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Former Liverpool striker gives his take on potential Bundesliga signings for Reds

Former Liverpool striker gives his take on potential Bundesliga signings for Reds

Emile Heskey says that both Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig look like they would be ideal signings for Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool. Heskey played 150 games for Liverpool under Gérard Houllier between 2000 and 2004. He scored 39 goals for the club and was part of the treble-winning side of the 2000/01 season. In a recent interview with GentingBet, Heskey gave his view on the suitability of Sancho for Klopp's Reds squad.
"When you look at …
Goals change narratives

Goals change narratives

There was never going to be an ideal time to pause football but doing so after a loss was always going to be torturous. Liverpool’s last outing was a 3-2 loss to Atletico Madrid. There’s no shame in losing to a team managed by Diego Simeone, even if they aren’t in the best form. The Argentine tactician has masterminded some famous victories during his time with Atleti. It isn’t necessarily the prettiest football but it is successful, sort of.  However, …
Napoli midfielder touted as ideal Reds signing on AI Pro podcast

Napoli midfielder touted as ideal Reds signing on AI Pro podcast

Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett recently spoke about Napoli midfielder Fabián Ruiz and how his game has developed at Napoli. Both feel that Ruiz would be a great addition to the Liverpool midfield. The conversation was featured on Anfield Index Pro podcast A-Eye Scouted: Transfer Chat this week. The Spain international turns 24 next month. Standing at 6' 2", Ruiz adds some much-needed physical presence to Napoli's midfield and looks like he would have no problem adjusting to the physicality …
Imagining A Post Apocalyptic Anfield

Imagining A Post Apocalyptic Anfield

A small drone whizzes down a deserted street. Two mangy dogs face off over possession of a discarded can. The tin echos as it bounces across pavement and concrete. The camera pans up, past the shuddered businesses and grey landscape as a shimmering, modern stadium comes into focus. Post apocalyptic Anfield. Because, no matter what happens to society, football will live on. Right? That is the assumption we're going on at least because if we can't assume Liverpool are coming back to …
James Pearce's insight into Liverpool's approach to the lockdown as a club

James Pearce's insight into Liverpool's approach to the lockdown as a club

James Pearce from The Athletic recently joined Nina Kauser on the Anfield Index Pro Media Matters podcast to discuss Liverpool's approach, as a club, during this lockdown. Jürgen Klopp's Reds were 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League table when the action was brought to a stop due to the current Coronavirus pandemic. With Liverpool quickly approaching their 19th league title and their first in 30 years, the club is certainly one of those with the most to …
A Football Club is About More than Just Football

A Football Club is About More than Just Football

There have been so many yearnings for what we no longer have. A platitude of moral dilemmas trying to figure out how much we’re allowed to miss football whilst also framing every such pining with “we know football’s not important in the grand scheme of things.” But, it is, isn’t it? If anything’s been proven over the last week, it’s that football is both immeasurably important and of no consequence whatsoever. It’s allowed to be both of those things at …
Alexander-Arnold's in-depth interview on British GQ

Alexander-Arnold's in-depth interview on British GQ

The Scouser in our team, Trent Alexander-Arnold, gave an in-depth interview to Alastair Campbell and British GQ in recent days in which he professed his love for his Merseyside club. Liverpool's number 66 was asked about many subjects in an interview that's certainly worth watching if you get the opportunity. TAA was asked about the connection between the fans and the club. He said he feels that even players like Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané who grew up in another …
Why is Virgil Van Dijk so underrated?

Why is Virgil Van Dijk so underrated?

When does a player become too good that people start to underrate their performances? In Virgil van Dijk’s case, it was almost immediately after he moved to Liverpool. Though he went on to claim the PFA Player of the Year in his first full season at Anfield, many put that down to the hype surrounding him. The fact he was the world’s most expensive defender for a period of time meant all eyes were on him and, to the annoyance …
Why Villa away is Liverpool's biggest win of 2019/20

Why Villa away is Liverpool's biggest win of 2019/20

When Liverpool do eventually win this Premier League title, there will always be moments looked back upon as the most pivotal during the season. For me, the game that stands out more than any other is the trip to Aston Villa in November. This was long before the Reds started building an unfathomable lead over Man City at the top of the table - a time when many still viewed Pep Guardiola's all-conquering side at favourites. On November 2nd, Liverpool …
Former Everton and Manchester United star admits Liverpool

Former Everton and Manchester United star admits Liverpool "deserve this title"

Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney believes Liverpool deserve the Premier League title and that the right decision has been made with regards to completing the current domestic league season at some date in the future. Writing in his column in The Times, Rooney had high praise for the achievements of Jürgen Klopp's Reds and the standard they have set this season.
“Liverpool will win the Premier League. Now, as you can imagine, I have Everton fans phoning me up saying: ‘The …
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