Don't Look Now - The Reds are Coming!

Don't Look Now - The Reds are Coming!

On the recent Molby on the Spot podcast on AI Pro, Trev Downey discussed the recent feel-good factor at Anfield with ex-professional and Liverpool legend Jan Molby. Trev asked Molby if he had ever scored a no-look goal or a performed a no-look pass:
"I think I might have done a no-look pass without it ever being fashionable in the days we played. I guess we did have a couple of, you know games, where you are just completely in …
Has Robertson solved LFC's Left-Back riddle?

Has Robertson solved LFC's Left-Back riddle?

The only player who will give Mo Salah any competition for signing of the season will be our fullback Andy Robertson. The £8 million theft from Hull has been coming on in leaps and bounds in recent weeks, seemingly cementing his name in the team sheet despite the return of Alberto Moreno. Robertson created two clear cut chances against West Ham, bringing his total up to five for the season. That is only topped by Azpilicueta, Walker and Holebas, despite …
Red Hot Reds Have Transcended The Fab Four

Red Hot Reds Have Transcended The Fab Four

It was rather telling that after a game in which all three of Liverpool’s front three scored – taking them to a total of 66 goals between them – none of the conversation was about how good Salah, Firmino and Mané were. So I’m going to start this article with that bit. Because they were all very good against West Ham and indeed have been phenomenal all season. Bobby was all flicks and tricks, passing brilliantly and putting the ball …
Observations as Liverpool Cruise Past 100 Goal Tally in Ultimate Style

Observations as Liverpool Cruise Past 100 Goal Tally in Ultimate Style

Liverpool cruised to a routine win against West Ham, moving up to second place in the Premier League with Klopp's in-form front three all enhancing their already impressive goal tallies. Emre Can was the man to get the 100th goal of the campaign, capitalising on a pin-point cross from Mohamed Salah to steer home. From then on it should've been a cakewalk for The Reds, but a lack of cutting edge in the final third ensured just one goal separated …
Has Klopp Found the Perfect Balance with his Full-Backs?

Has Klopp Found the Perfect Balance with his Full-Backs?

Since Nathaniel Clyne suffered a serious back injury in pre-season there has been a lot of uncertainty as to who Klopp will view as his first choice full-backs. Would he favour Alberto Moreno or new signing Andrew Robertson at left-back and on the right-hand side would he opt for the more attacking Trent Alexander-Arnold or more defensive minded Joe Gomez? With Klopp recognising Robertson would need time to settle into a new system Moreno was given the opportunity to prove …
What James Milner brings to Liverpool's midfield against a low block defence

What James Milner brings to Liverpool's midfield against a low block defence

After two terrible defeats in the space of six days and the Reds failing to add to their squad in the January transfer window, Liverpool fans were understandably extremely concerned about how the rest of the season would pan out. One of the most pressing issues was the team's lack of creativity in midfield, without the magician, Phil Coutinho, how were the Reds going to break down teams who play with a low block? Gini Wijnaldum has rarely been effective …
Liverpool 4-3 Man City: Reds Defeat City In 7 Goal Thriller

Liverpool 4-3 Man City: Reds Defeat City In 7 Goal Thriller

Liverpool: Karius, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Robertson, Can, Wijnaldum, Ox, Salah, Mane, Firmino.  Man City: Ederson, Delph, Otamendi, Stones, Walker, Fernandinho, Gundogan, De Bruyne, Sterling, Sane, Aguero. Match Report And breathe... Liverpool were in a rampant mood on Sunday afternoon as they handed Manchester City their first Premier League defeat of the season in a thrilling 4-3 contest. The Reds got off to the best possible start when Oxlade-Chamberlain's long-range effort found it's way into the far post, marking his third …
Observations as a Virgil Van Strike beats Everton

Observations as a Virgil Van Strike beats Everton

TELL YER MA, YER MA, TO WIPE AWAY ALL YOUR TEARS, NO TROPHIES FOR 20 YEARS, TELL YEAR MA, YER MA. Thanks to big Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool fans will be able to sing that for another year yet. It was touch and go at times, especially when the Reds spontaneously combusted defensively to let Gylfi Sigurdsson level up, but in the end, a combination of James Milner's penalty spot talent and Van Dijk's aerial prowess mean that the Reds …
Liverpool's Transfer Window: A Missed Opportunity

Liverpool's Transfer Window: A Missed Opportunity

What a curious transfer window; after snapping up Robertson, attempting to convince Virgil Van Dijk to join, and registering an interest in Naby Keïta, the Liverpool transfer front went silent. Then, suddenly after trouncing Arsenal, Michael Edwards and his team sprung into life, wrapping up a seemingly dead deal in securing the services of Naby Keïta for the coming season, on a bargain transfer, before moving onto Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shortly afterward. With a day to go, expectations of Lemar and …
Andy Robertson - The Solution At Left-Back?

Andy Robertson - The Solution At Left-Back?

So we’re all in agreement then? Andy Robertson is the best left-back who ever lived and will go on to win the Ballon D’or for Liverpool? Yes? Yes. Good. Glad that’s cleared up. In all seriousness, I didn’t expect to see Robertson just yet. He hadn’t played much for the Reds in pre-season and Klopp had previously indicated that he was still settling in. I figured that maybe he'd return after the international break, which was why it was a …
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