Does Curtis Jones’ rise signal the end for Harry Wilson’s Liverpool career?

Does Curtis Jones’ rise signal the end for Harry Wilson’s Liverpool career?

Among his growing list of plaudits, 19-year-old Curtis Jones can now add captaining his boyhood Liverpool into the fifth round of the FA Cup after this week's triumph over Shrewsbury. After long being touted as one of the many academy graduates who looks more than capable of playing a major role in the first team, Jones is now really starting to add fuel to that fire. Jones has impressed in each of his three showings in the FA Cup this …
Odsonne Edouard: Liverpool's Potential Back Up Forward

Odsonne Edouard: Liverpool's Potential Back Up Forward

Liverpool's front three, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, are world renowned for their quality and on field compatibility. Behind them in the Reds' pecking order are Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi, both of whom played their roles -- with the Belgian especially prominent in the march to Madrid -- in the club's sixth European Cup triumph last June. However, due to injury and inconsistency of performance when selected, neither Shaqiri nor Origi have truly grasped their chances and …
The Kids are Alright - Liverpool's Future is its Present

The Kids are Alright - Liverpool's Future is its Present

If there was ever a way to demonstrate how Liverpool are currently top of the world, their FA Cup victory against Shrewsbury was it. Not the comfortable victory over the old enemy Manchester United, not putting four goals past Southampton at a whim, they’re becoming quite standard. Not the effervescent performances of Liverpool’s stars, all of whom have their case for the various Player of the Season awards. It was Liverpool’s academy, emblematic of the everything this Liverpool side is. …
Milner: Liverpool's Cultural Architect

Milner: Liverpool's Cultural Architect

The youngest team in the history of Liverpool Football Club qualified for the fifth round of the F.A. Cup with a 1-0 victory over Shrewsbury at Anfield last night. While youngsters such as Harvey Elliott, Neco Williams and Curtis Jones -- who, at 19 years old, became the youngest captain in the club's history -- received much of the plaudits for their on field contributions, the first team squads elder statesman had a role to play in the victory, too. …
Klopp's stance on FA Cup replay is right, but let's cut the excuses

Klopp's stance on FA Cup replay is right, but let's cut the excuses

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp caused an outcry amongst the British media and many football fanbases by turning his disdain for domestic cup competitions up to eleven, in the aftermath of the Reds' 2-2 draw against Shropshire outfit Shrewsbury Town. Suggesting that the Premier League's winter break had offered him the foresight to give his first team a week's holiday around the date that the replay will be played, the German manager explained to the media that even he wouldn't be …
Liverpool 4-0 Southampton: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool 4-0 Southampton: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool pick up another 3 points in the Premier League after a thumping 4-0 victory over Southampton at Anfield. The Saints played well for the first hour or so of the game, but after the Reds scored their second it finished them off. In the end, it could have been 6 or 7. Our beautiful gloved Brazilian was at it yet again, putting in another excellent performance. Everything he had to do was done with incredible ease and confidence. At …
Ruthless Liverpool Extend Lead At The Summit

Ruthless Liverpool Extend Lead At The Summit

A Mohamed Salah brace and a goal each from Alex Oxlade Chamberlain & Jordan Henderson saw Liverpool beat a very game Southampton 4-0, and open a 22 point lead at the summit of the Premier League. Going in 0-0 at the interval against Ralph Hasenhüttl’s well drilled and high pressing visitors, an imperious second half showing — furnished with four goals and many more chances — saw the Reds claim a deserved three points. A subdued opening 20 minutes — …
The Gentle Giant: Bob Paisley, immortalised in bronze

The Gentle Giant: Bob Paisley, immortalised in bronze

dynasty (noun.)
"a series of rulers or leaders who are all from the same family, or a period when a country is ruled by them" - The Cambridge Dictionary
Spanish newspaper AS led with the headline, "eterno Liverpool", after the club won its sixth European Cup, in Madrid, last June. That achievement placed Liverpool third in European Cups won, behind AC Milan (6) and Real Madrid (13). Liverpool's greatest rivals, Manchester United have only half of Liverpool's European titles in their …
Why Origi will forever be a moments player

Why Origi will forever be a moments player

Liverpool's 2-2 draw away to Shrewsbury Town was a tough watch, simple as that. We'll allow it, in a season that has produced such an unrivalled level of brilliance. At 2-0, Liverpool appeared to be cruising into the fifth round of the FA Cup, but there was little to actually enjoy about the performance, barring Adrian's continued expertise as Alisson's deputy. Then the Reds fell to pieces, defending like it was 2015 and gifting their League One opponents a way …
The perfect Andrew Robertson replacement

The perfect Andrew Robertson replacement

Max Clark was a surprise name recently linked with a move to Liverpool. The 24-year-old came through the ranks at Hull City and replaced Andrew Robertson in the starting XI following the Scotland captain’s move to Anfield. Prior to the 2017/18 campaign, Clark spent time on loan with Cambridge United. He stint as first-choice left-back for the Tigers was short-lived and in the summer of 2018 he moved to Vitesse.  He battled against former Manchester United full-back Alexander Buttner for …
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