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Wijnaldum Bites Back But Reds Need To Be Quiet

Wijnaldum Bites Back But Reds Need To Be Quiet

Sometimes things just pan out, don't they? This morning, as Latest News queued for coffee, the friendly gent who runs the shop offered complimentary ciabatta to your correspondent. A glorious breakfast ensued. Later, whilst scanning the news on Planet Liverpool and quite literally ruminating, there came another moment of serendipity. Following this column's recent lamentations about Redmen saying things that are probably best left unsaid until the season's over and a genuine goal has been achieved, BEHOLD - a Redman …
Philippe Coutinho: A Phenomenal Talent Squandered on the Wing

Philippe Coutinho: A Phenomenal Talent Squandered on the Wing

Philippe Coutinho has risen to the potential and exceeded the expectations fans had of him since joining Liverpool FC. After signing from Inter Milan in 2013, the little Brazilian has proven to be worth much more than the 8.5 million pounds paid for him. He has been Liverpool’s Player of the Year the last two years in a row and has won the Samba Gold Award as Europe’s best Brazilian player overcoming the likes of Neymar, Douglas Costa and fellow …
Liverpool vs Burnley Preview - Key Battles

Liverpool vs Burnley Preview - Key Battles

Ah yes, that feeling’s back. Following the elation Liverpool provided its fans at Anfield against a top-four rival in Arsenal, the mood should be all smiles and utter confidence. So why the sense of trepidation, the caution, and the preparation for disappointment at home to a newly promoted side? Well, it’s probably to do with the fact that Liverpool managed to lose to a Swansea team that hadn’t won a game since Gangnam Style was in fashion, a Hull City …
Liverpool Struggling Right Now - But Klopp's Troops Will Bounce Back Stronger

Liverpool Struggling Right Now - But Klopp's Troops Will Bounce Back Stronger

2017 just hasn’t been Liverpool’s year, has it? Three wins in 13 games since New Year has all but ended their chances of securing silverware this season - something that looked like an absolute certainty at one stage of the campaign. The Reds were eliminated from the two domestic cup competitions in January and Jurgen Klopp’s side failed to inspire confidence in Sadio Mane’s absence. Since the Senegal striker returned from international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations, the Reds have …
Dancing Lessons for Mané

Dancing Lessons for Mané

Today's is going to be one of those Latest News columns that relies heavily on the words of others, not out of authorial laziness, you understand, but because they are there to be quoted and they are saying interesting things. Well, I say 'interesting,' but I'm not so much talking about the content. What's interesting to this scribbler is the fact that they are STILL saying the things that they are saying. Now, it's been pointed out to me already …
This is how Liverpool qualify for the Champions League

This is how Liverpool qualify for the Champions League

Liverpool need 77 points to qualify for next seasons champions league, that's not my words, a "super computer" has taken the rest of the fixtures of all the top 6 teams and worked out all the possible results and the team to get 77 points will 100% qualify for the Champions League. With 76 points, you're 94% chance of getting it. Last season, Man City got 4th with 66 points! Liverpool, right now have 52 points. That means we have …
Are Liverpool really THAT bad against the Premier League’s weaker teams?

Are Liverpool really THAT bad against the Premier League’s weaker teams?

Make no bones about it, Liverpool are far better against their top-four rivals than those in the bottom-half of the Premier League. The statistics show that, and we can see with our own eyes that that is the case. The Reds have undoubtedly been poor when a number of so-called lesser teams have stood before them this season, which has proved incredibly frustrating, especially when the title looked achievable at one point. Too often for opposing managers, it has been …
Fried Dutch Eggs - English Media Created Klopp's Nemesis

Fried Dutch Eggs - English Media Created Klopp's Nemesis

We’ve been through a difficult patch. Liverpool squandered the momentum of late December with a string of lacklustre performances against substantially lesser sides, and we found ourselves teetering on the edge of the Champion’s League spots and crashing out of both the FA and League Cups. A byproduct of this disappointing run is the first inkling of an anti-Klopp sentiment by a very small but very loud section of the bizarre world known as LFC twitter. Klopp, of course, is …
Should Liverpool and Klopp Part Ways if the Reds Miss out on the UCL?

Should Liverpool and Klopp Part Ways if the Reds Miss out on the UCL?

When Liverpool beat Manchester City in a tense game at Anfield on New Years' Eve, the Reds were well placed for a serious title tilt. Back then, Jurgen Klopp's men were just six points behind EPL leaders Chelsea, while the mercurial Brazilian Philippe Coutinho was poised to return from a prolonged injury absence. At this stage, you would have been tempted Fast-forward eight weeks, however, and the Reds' season has embarked on a decidedly downward trajectory. A run of just …
Kirkby Development Will Be Good For Liverpool

Kirkby Development Will Be Good For Liverpool

In a move that is guaranteed to cause more groans and whines of petulant exasperation than gasps of excited wonder, Liverpool Football Club today revealed images detailing the projected appearance of the planned state-of-the-art training complex in Kirkby. The plans for the £50m campus, which will house the extant Academy along with the first team, will be viewed by local residents and businesses today, as the proposed redevelopment enters into the public consultation phase. The theory is that Jürgen Klopp's defending Champions …
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