andy carroll

Twice a year, football clubs from all over Europe get the chance to go shopping for players. And for fans it’s one of the most exciting moments of the season, because it could either make or break their season. You go into a store looking for a watch, because the one you have is either […]

To Infinity and Beyond… I feel I’ve let our captain down.  His story is similar to that of Woody in Toy Story.  The arrival of Buzz Lightyear, coupled with an injury-ravaged campaign has meant that Jordan Henderson has been pushed to the back of my mind.   In this case, our Buzz Lightyear may well […]

Anfield Index is five years old! It’s that strange age when the adorable toddler you once knew begins to get a little less cute and little more annoying. The 8am tantrums begin when getting ready for school. Incessant questions on absolutely everything in the entire universe. Questions of which you quite clearly have all the […]

Unicorns. Myth. Loch Ness Monster. Myth. Bigfoot. Myth. My girlfriend saying she’ll only go in one shop. Myth. No value in the January transfer window. Myth. All are spoken about as though they’re fact when in reality they’re no more than myths. Of course you can find the odd bit of evidence to support these […]

“This time we’ll be destroyed for sure. This is madness.” – C3PO. A long time ago, in the annals of English football, there was a club… But this was no ordinary club. 18 League Titles, 5 European Cups and dozens of alternative trophies had launched Liverpool into the status of Global Superpower. Having fought against […]

There’s a delirium going around the fields of Anfield road as the Klopp-coloured haze descends upon Liverpool’s once fractured fanbase. It’s a wonderful thing, really, and suddenly what malaises Liverpool possessed under a stagnant regime have turned to the riveting, pulsating ecstasies. Concerns about a lack of goals have turned into the more welcomed discussions […]

Clubs like Livepool, Man Utd or Barcelona have their own ‘way’, by which their club is meant to operate. These clubs have principles that define them; their identity empowers its players and managers to play a certain way, it strikes fear into visiting clubs, and it inspires jealousy in rival fans. Bill Shankly embodied the […]

Evolution is inevitable. In football and in everyday life you change to adapt. So what’s the difference between transition as a club and evolving? Why are some teams praised for adapting whilst others use being in transition as an excuse? Since Brendan Rodgers took the helm of Liverpool FC it feels like ‘Liverpool are in […]

If Liverpool had goals last season they’d have finished 4th. That’s the general consensus, and the main excuse, for people when they refuse to admit everything else wasn’t up to standard either. Of course goals do win games but the need for goals is lessened if you have a functioning defence but I won’t get […]

Andy Carroll has finally completed his protracted move to West Ham today, after spending a full season in east London on loan from Liverpool. The transfer has been on the cards for a few weeks now with Carroll reportedly stalling on the deal out of hope for a move back to his boyhood club, Newcastle […]

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