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The Kenny Effect

The Kenny Effect

Who would've thought that we would end the 2010/11 season off fighting for European qualification and having probably the best attacking duo in the Premier League? A look at the effect of Kenny Dalglish …
Fulham Vs Liverpool - Basic Match Stats

Fulham Vs Liverpool - Basic Match Stats

Despite being at the risk of repeating ourselves from the article "Where the game was won" we just wanted to post some match stats from the Fulham Vs Liverpool game. These stats are normally available to our subscribers but we have used them in match reports before so we thought we'd share them even though we've already done our match report in the article mentioned above …
Where the game was won (Fulham Vs Liverpool Report)

Where the game was won (Fulham Vs Liverpool Report)

The rest of the Premier League took note as fantastic Liverpool gave a five star performance at Craven Cottage last night. Liverpool scored five goals with another hat-trick from Maxi Rodriguez, Luis Suarez scoring in his second consecutive and Dirk Kuyt matching a 10 year record by scoring in five consecutive games. Liverpool were breaking records of their own as Maxi Rodriguez scored the fastest goal in the Premier League season, netting the opener on 32 seconds. So where was …
Player Of The Season 2010/11: Lucas V Kuyt

Player Of The Season 2010/11: Lucas V Kuyt

As the end of the season approaches some of our thoughts turn to who is Liverpool's player of the season. I've voted on various polls on blogs, websites and forums. Two players always seem to be on top Lucas and Kuyt. Lucas now a favourite with the fans has to be one of the most improved players in the Barclay's Premiership. Its has been said so often this season that many of Liverpool's supporters had written the Brazilian off and …

Expectations: Transfers and Next Season

Twitter can only get you so far when trying to explain your thoughts on a lot of things, limited to 140 characters, it's difficult, especially when I see so many people being very optimistic and so many "ITK"'s contradicting each other with whatever rumours there may be. So I thought I'd look at what we can expect and what I think we should expect to see from now until May of next year. Since purchasing the club, John Henry has …
The statistical best and the worst: Defenders

The statistical best and the worst: Defenders

In this three part series of articles I will be looking at the statistics behind Liverpool's best and worst players in each position. After already conceding four more goals than last season, with three games still to be played, Liverpool's defenders have no doubt come under questioning this season. By starting to look at our defenders' tackling, this category came up with some strange results. Our two worst tackling full-backs so far this season have been Young Jack Robinson, only winning …
Who do they pass to the most? (Kuyt, Suarez & Lucas)

Who do they pass to the most? (Kuyt, Suarez & Lucas)

We were asked a question on our twitter account; Which player is passed the ball the most? It was a question we couldn't answer as we didn't hold these stats. After some analysis and searching we've found some of the answers thanks to the Guardian.co.uk's excellent Chalkboard service which is run by Opta Data (just like Anfield Index's Stats Centre). We've covered the last three Liverpool matches, it took long enough to analyse these so doing a whole season for …
Partners At The Back (Carragher, Agger & Skrtel)

Partners At The Back (Carragher, Agger & Skrtel)

For a number of years now there has been much debate about who exactly makes up our best central defensive partnership. The 3 main players in this debate are the long serving Jamie Carragher, the misunderstood Martin Skrtel and the mostly injured Daniel Agger …
Liverpool FC v Spurs: The Battle and the Burnout

Liverpool FC v Spurs: The Battle and the Burnout

THE RACE for the Premier League's sole Europa League qualification place has fast become one that neither side really seems to want to win. Not least because the once beloved UEFA Cup has devolved into a cheap imitation of the Champions League with unenviable jaunts to former Eastern Bloc backwaters, but also the upheaval that would potentially bring to the schedule of either Liverpool or Tottenham. Kenny Dalglish's side remain in the box seat to secure a fifth-place finish, which …
Our best captain of the 2010/11 season

Our best captain of the 2010/11 season

Unlike previous seasons Liverpool have had to use three captains, due to injuries and suspension to our normal candidate Steven Gerrard. So far in Gerrard’s absence Jamie Carragher Liverpool’ s vice captain has taken the step up, but in both of their absences fan’s favourite Pepe Reina has made the arm band his own. But which captain has had the most success this season? Jamie Carragher, has the highest win percentage as skipper at 55%, while Reina is placed in …
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