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Don't You Forget About Mo

Don't You Forget About Mo

A question that often gets asked of Liverpool fans is, "Who do you feel is the most underrated player in the squad?". You see the same sort of names provided, more often than not: Gini Wijnaldum, Joel Matip, even Andy Robertson before his excellent 2018/19 season. A player who I feel deserves the tag of most under-appreciated within the Reds' roster, though, is Mohamed Salah. Some of you probably think I'm mad to suggest Mo: 2017/18 PFA Player of the …
Is Divock Origi ready to start for Liverpool?

Is Divock Origi ready to start for Liverpool?

The success story of Liverpool in the European Champions League for last season would not be complete without adulating and noting Belgian attacking stalwart Divock Origi. In the build-up to the Champions finals in Madrid, Origi starred in the return semi-final game against Barcelona at Anfield, thanks to a banjaxed Roberto Firmino. He was a thorn in the flesh of the Barcelona players from start to finish - a tap-in in the 7th minute was followed by a staggering 79th …
L'Equipe claims Liverpool have made an approach for Ousmane Dembele

L'Equipe claims Liverpool have made an approach for Ousmane Dembele

French publication L'Equipe is claiming that both Liverpool and FC Bayern have made an approach to sign Barcelona's young winger Ousmane Dembele. L'Equipe's report states that Dembele would prefer to stay at Camp Nou, however. The 22-year-old French international has already impressed in the Bundesliga after spending one season with Jurgen Klopp's old club, Borussia Dortmund, where he moved for €15 million from Rennes in 2016. Barcelona snapped up the youngster just 12 months later and brought him to LaLiga. …
Why Keita could be key to Liverpool becoming English Kings

Why Keita could be key to Liverpool becoming English Kings

In the context of a football match, a midfielder receiving the ball, dawdling on it, eating a few seconds of time before laterally recycling it is no big deal. It happens umpteen times in the course of every game. In the case of Naby Keita’s Liverpool career, however, it could be symbolic of the Guinean fully acclimating to both Jurgen Klopp’s tactical demands and the pressure’s associated with playing for a worldwide footballing institution such as the Reds. In a …
Steve Nicol tells ESPN he would be in favour of Philippe Coutinho return

Steve Nicol tells ESPN he would be in favour of Philippe Coutinho return

Former Liverpool and Scotland defender Steve Nicol has told ESPN that it would be "ideal" for Philippe Coutinho to return to Anfield. Nicol stated that on the back of a successful 2018/19 season, The Reds "don't have a huge need [for many new players]". However, he did say that his transfer "wishlist" would include another centre-back, namely Matthijs De Ligt, and a midfielder like James Maddison who can win the ball back for his team but also "pick a pass …
Why Liverpool Don't Need An Attacking Midfielder

Why Liverpool Don't Need An Attacking Midfielder

Ever since the departure of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January 2018, one principal question has lingered on Merseyside during transfer periods: how will Liverpool replace him? On the surface, it makes sense, but look deeper and it doesn't really hold water. Since January 2018, a Countinho-less Liverpool have been to two Champions League finals, tallied a club-record points haul in the Premier League and lifted "old big-ears" for the sixth time. So while headlines abound as the Reds are …
Ruthless Reds: How Liverpool Can Build on a Sixth European Cup

Ruthless Reds: How Liverpool Can Build on a Sixth European Cup

Having still not come down from the high of watching the mighty Reds lift number six, it's easy to cast a sentimental judgement on the squad which gave us a night to remember in Madrid. However, this summer is not a time for Liverpool to rest on their laurels. From winning the Champions League in 2005 to finishing second in the league in 2008/09 and 2013/14, the Reds have found themselves in extremely strong positions in the past but we've …
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores again as Egypt advance in AFCON

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores again as Egypt advance in AFCON

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah made it two goals in two games as he helped Egypt to top Group A of the AFCON with a 100% record. The Reds' number 11 scored an excellent free-kick to open the scoring against Uganda in the 36th minute. Egypt went on to win 2-0 and qualify for the last sixteen of the AFCON with the maximum possible 9 points.
Selecting the perfect 2019/20 Liverpool squad

Selecting the perfect 2019/20 Liverpool squad

After a tiring but ultimately thrilling season, Liverpool are almost ready to go again. A number of players will return to Melwood for pre-season training next week, as preparations for another huge campaign begin for Jurgen Klopp and his staff. It's been a relatively silent summer on the transfer front so far, barring the addition of exciting centre-back Sepp van den Berg, but a few more incomings will surely arrive in the coming weeks, despite what some are reporting. Several …
Nice transfer rumour, be a shame if something happened to it

Nice transfer rumour, be a shame if something happened to it

You remember that one summer where you had big plans of being invited to backyard keggers every night, finally getting guts to ask out that girl from the ice-cream stand, and instead you basically ended up having to work every day bagging groceries and spent your remaining free time playing Xbox in your basement until you realized it was September? OK, so this is turning into my own personal therapy session rather than an informative transfer post, but the point …
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