Five left backs who could replace Alberto Moreno

Five left backs who could replace Alberto Moreno

The confirmation that Alberto Moreno will be leaving Liverpool after a five-year stint at the club finally came this week. The Spaniard has found it impossible to prize minutes away from Andy Robertson who is arguably the world best left back at this moment in time. This announcement means the club has no obvious back-up for Robertson and they must look to rectify this during the summer transfer window. With game time severely reduced, it may be hard to get …
An Ode to Albi, goodbye Moreno

An Ode to Albi, goodbye Moreno

Alberto Moreno, it's been a pleasure, to many of us you were a treasure. Hated by some, adored by the rest, to Andy Robertson you were second best. We'll always have the strike against Spurs, a Liverpool career full of twists and turns. The Europa League final, a night of shame, lots of people didn't want to see you again But you fought back mightily, oh so well, the best left back in the league for a freaky spell. …
Why Liverpool can dominate the Champions League

Why Liverpool can dominate the Champions League

The glittering Champions League trophy truly is a thing of beauty, and those scenes in Liverpool, the city centre awash with confetti and consumed by a scarlet hue, were glorious. The club will want a repeat of that iconic bonanza in 12 months time, and they will certainly be keen to prevent anyone else getting their hands on that handsome piece of silverware. Now that they've won it back after 14 years, they'll be intent on keeping it. The squad, …
The Case For Zero Liverpool Signings

The Case For Zero Liverpool Signings

As the last pieces of content from the Champions League Final dribble out, our attention turns fully to the transfer window. Our domestic and European rivals have begun to make official some of their squad additions with Real Madrid blowing past the €300 million mark already. Liverpool have been linked to several of Europe’s top prospects with De Ligt and Nicolas Pepe drawing the most interest. There is a case to be made that Liverpool should spend loads this summer …
Four Falls of Klopp

Four Falls of Klopp

‘Fight on my men, sayes Sir Andrew Barton, I am hurt but I am not slaine, Ile lay mee downe and bleed a-while, And then Ile rise and fight againe.’
JIM KELLY IS stood looking out over a national landmark, a waterfall so vast and colossal it attracts twelve million visitors a year. Niagara Falls, a beautiful and impressive natural phenomenon which flows between the border of North America and Canada. The year is 2015 and Kelly has …
Adam Lallana - The Last Cruyff Turn

Adam Lallana - The Last Cruyff Turn

We did it! Liverpool Football Club is the champion of Europe. It's been a week now and I still can't get my head around how the club went from embarrassing Steven Gerrard on his farewell tour (losing a combined 2-9 to Crystal Palace and Stoke in his last game at Anfield and his last game for the club, plus the FA Cup exit at the hands of Aston Villa was nothing short of an embarrassment) to last Saturday. The change …
Virgil Van Dijk - Here To Stay

Virgil Van Dijk - Here To Stay

Virgil Van Dijk has been not just one of Liverpool’s best players this season, but one of if not the best player in England. His deserved triumph at the PFA Player of the Year awards, coupled with the fact that he’s now a realistic contender for the Ballon D’Or, means that he is swimming in accolades. It’s incredibly difficult to compare across positions, so let’s just say that he’s the best defender in world football, and almost certainly a top …
Thank You, Daniel Sturridge

Thank You, Daniel Sturridge

I'll never forget the first time I spoke about Daniel Sturridge at length. I was on holiday with my family in 2008, and in true father-son fashion a footballing debate was going on. My dad was adamant that the state of English football was in a bad way - he was probably right, in hindsight - with no talented teenagers coming through at time when the 'Golden Generation' were not getting any younger. I spent my time singling out two …
Klopp's Liverpool are far more than heavy metal football

Klopp's Liverpool are far more than heavy metal football

Jürgen Klopp said once that he likes his sides to play heavy metal football. We have had many, many examples of this over the past three-and-a-bit years of his reign as Liverpool manager, with some incredible and memorable performances along the way. We all remember some of the roller-coaster games of Klopp's Liverpool; Norwich 4-5 Liverpool in 2016, the incredible comeback against his former side Borussia Dortmund - and while we're on the subject of European comebacks, how can we …
Liverpool: Dreams and the Songs we Sing

Liverpool: Dreams and the Songs we Sing

Why do we sing our songs? Is it for nostalgia. Is it to give confidence to the players, to reassure each other? Is it to intimidate the opposition? Maybe it’s all of those things, but after taking the title back to Anfield, we sing because it’s fact. Again. We conquered all of Europe, would be met with an eye roll a couple of seasons ago. Liverpool living in the past. Now, shouting ALLEZ, ALLEZ, ALLEZ, is effectively a public service …
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