Five Potential Liverpool Targets from the Championship

Five Potential Liverpool Targets from the Championship

With the summer fast approaching and Liverpool’s march towards Kiev in full effect, injuries are shining a light on Jürgen Klopp’s worrying lack of depth. A devastating long-term injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Danny Ings’ glaring lack of cutting edge in comparison to the men he usually replaces off the bench and Emre Can’s likely departure (and current injury) have many pondering who Klopp will look to in the summer to bolster the ranks of his squad. That this year’s Championship …
How Much Longer Can Harry Wilson Go Unnoticed?

How Much Longer Can Harry Wilson Go Unnoticed?

"Curiouser and curiouser!" Cried Alice. She was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English."
An apt start to an article for a player who raises a lot of questions. Liverpool have a great track record of producing some fine young talents, with Jurgen Klopp no stranger to giving players a chance in the first-team. Alexander-Arnold is a testament to that, occupying a key role at right-back this season both domestically …
Why Rúben Neves Would Be Liverpool's Midfield Conductor

Why Rúben Neves Would Be Liverpool's Midfield Conductor

There will always be archetypes that footballers fit into. Creators, destroyers, poachers, leaders, midfield maestros. That “maestro” trope will be overused, as is the tendency of footballing media. It’s natural to categorise, but what exactly does that trope mean? Maestro? Is he a magic-wielding passer of the ball? Is he tricky with his feet, guiding defenders one way while fully intending to go the other? Does he possess trickery or guile? Is he selfish or will he play others in? …
Why Klopp may favour Origi, Mane & Firmino as the Attacking Trio

Why Klopp may favour Origi, Mane & Firmino as the Attacking Trio

First things first, I know it was only Burton Albion, I know they're currently sat 18th in the Championship and I know they've conceded nine goals in just the four league games this season. I'm by no means implying, announcing or suggesting that Liverpool going to win the league because of how easy it was for the Reds to defeat the Championship new-boys.  The scoreline wasn't, isn't and never will be the most important part when analysing a game like …