Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Preview: Reds must deal with Eagles in the air

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Preview: Reds must deal with Eagles in the air

Liverpool face their final game in a three week run against aerial threat as they take on Sam Allardyce's Crystal Palace this Sunday. If Liverpool can take three points they'll take another big step towards securing a top four place, on a weekend where many around them don't play in the league due to FA Cup commitments. THE DETAILS Match: Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Venue: Anfield Date: Sunday 23rd April Time: 16:30 BST FORM Liverpool are flying right now, although you might …
Title Obsession Is Clouding Liverpool Supporters’ Judgement Of 2016/17

Title Obsession Is Clouding Liverpool Supporters’ Judgement Of 2016/17

Few sets of supporters crave something as much as Liverpool fans crave a league title. It really is a drug.  For 27 years, we have waited and waited for the curse to end, but unlike most footballing records, this one seems destined to last forever.  We have had to watch Man United dominate the English game for two decades, while Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City have also notched up nine league titles between them. Even Blackburn and Leicester have had …
No Mane - Can We Cope?

No Mane - Can We Cope?

Liverpool have enjoyed an impressive season so far and Sadio Mane has been at the heart of it. Few could have envisioned the magnitude of his impact when he completed a £30million summer switch from Southampton. All the questions that were initially raised about the investment have been well and truly answered, with the forward slotting in perfectly to Klopp’s side. Featuring in all but one of Liverpool’s 20 Premier League games, Mane has registered nine goals and five assists …
How Gerrard Made Me a Liverpool Fan

How Gerrard Made Me a Liverpool Fan

This article is going to be a lot different than what I normally write up or tweet. It’s not going to be an analysis, it’s not going to be a tactical discussion, it’s not going to be a player profile, and it’s not going to be an opinionated piece that gets people to churn their thoughts. In light of Steven Gerrard’s retirement from football as a professional player, I felt it was only right to honour the incredible journey of …
Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview: Big Night Under The Lights

Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview: Big Night Under The Lights

The international break is over, and oh boy is it over. We resume Premier League action with arguably the biggest fixture of the English footballing season. It's Liverpool vs Manchester United. At Anfield. On Monday night. Under the lights. One word? BOOM! FORM Put simply, Liverpool's is better than United's. We're seven games into the league season now, so when you add in cup competitions there's been an adequate level of games to get a good look at either side. …
Six of the Best, or Six Feet Under? Liverpool's Upcoming Fixtures

Six of the Best, or Six Feet Under? Liverpool's Upcoming Fixtures

I honestly believe I say this to myself almost every week... but I think we have a really big 6 games coming up. It’s all very tight at the top of the Premier League at the moment, and as Liverpool continue to flatten their inferior opposition with a goal-fuelled fly swat, we’re keeping ourselves very much in the mix. Only two points from the top after Man City were beautifully beaten by the brilliant, baby-faced assassins at White Hart Lane. …
Time for a winning mentality to return at Liverpool

Time for a winning mentality to return at Liverpool

When you look at Liverpool’s most successful teams of the 21st century, they all had one thing in common: a winning mentality. They often never knew when they were beaten, and they would overcome moments of adversity thanks to sheer quality and an outstanding team spirit. Both Gerard Houllier’s treble-winning side and Rafa Benitez’s team of the late 2000s had it in abundance, even if a Premier League title did elude both. They became genuine forces in Europe, winning the …
Attack, Liverpool's best form of defence

Attack, Liverpool's best form of defence

Three games into the new Premier League campaign, Liverpool have conceded six goals, whilst scoring just five. Experiments with players operating in new positions, no clear preferred back five, or defined midfield protection, result understandably in questions being asked, even at this early stage. The mistakes and uncertainty will fail to alleviate fans fears, that the defensive frailties of seasons past, have once more not been addressed this summer. When Jürgen Klopp arrived, the area I thought he'd address first …
The Power Of Positivity Will Set You Free

The Power Of Positivity Will Set You Free

After months of rumours, links and downright lies, the summer transfer window has slammed shut. We all have varying opinions on how successful it was and whether the necessary improvements were made to allow the squad to cope with a gruelling assault on the Premier League. There's been many heated discussions on Twitter over the clubs net transfer spend and whether it's right or wrong that we made a profit this window. None of that matters now though folks. All …
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 …
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