Liverpool v Arsenal Preview - Someone's 100% record must go

Liverpool v Arsenal Preview - Someone's 100% record must go

THE DETAILS Venue – Anfield, Liverpool Referee – Anthony Taylor Date & Time – Saturday, August 24th @ 17:30 Current Odds – Liverpool 9/20, Draw 4/1, Arsenal 19/4 Liverpool welcome Arsenal to Anfield in the evening game this Saturday as the only remaining sides with 100% records in this season's Premier League go head-to-head. With 30 goals in the last six meetings between these two at Anfield, it's likely to be another eventful night under the lights on Merseyside. FORM Liverpool Form …
Player Ratings as Liverpool Beat Norwich 4-1

Player Ratings as Liverpool Beat Norwich 4-1

Liverpool kicked off the 2019/20 Premier League season with a 4-1 win over newly-promoted Norwich. A bit of the old Liverpool came out with some very dodgy moments defensively, but, fortunately, the attack was at its scintillating best and was extremely clinical in the first half. There’s some work to be done for Jurgen Klopp’s men as you would expect a better side to punish us more with the chances afforded to the Canaries. However, the biggest cause for concern …
Liverpool v Norwich City Preview - Klopp looks to start league season with a win

Liverpool v Norwich City Preview - Klopp looks to start league season with a win

THE DETAILS Venue – Anfield, Liverpool Referee – Michael Oliver Date & Time – Friday, August 9th @ 20:00 Current Odds – Liverpool 1/7, Draw 7/1, Norwich City 14/1 The Premier League returns this Friday night as newly-promoted Norwich City visit Anfield to take on the current European champions, Liverpool. The Canaries won the Championship title to gain promotion last May having scored 93 goals and conceded 57 over their 46 league games. That's an average of over 3.2 goals per game …
Werner vs Pepe - who is the better fit for Liverpool?

Werner vs Pepe - who is the better fit for Liverpool?

Not long ago now, Timo Werner was the man the entire Liverpool fanbase wanted the Reds to sign. However, with interest from Bayern Munich well publicised and RB Leipzig seemingly not keen on selling the German international on the cheap despite his contract situation, interest in him waned and a new player replaced him as desirable number one.  Reports in France claimed Jurgen Klopp and the recruitment team at Anfield liked Lille’s Nicolas Pepe. His 22 goal in Ligue 1 …
Clarity The Key for Origi

Clarity The Key for Origi

After weeks of conjecture, Divock Origi recently penned a contract that will see the Belgian remain at Anfield for the foreseeable future. Origi, who scored twice in Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final victory over Barcelona and the sealing goal in the Reds’ Champions League final victory over Spurs, had been linked with, among others, Real Betis. The former Lille academy product began the season well off the first team, barely even making matchday squads ahead of the likes of Daniel Sturridge. …
Is Liverpool's Laptop Legend Budget Bound?

Is Liverpool's Laptop Legend Budget Bound?

Imagine if you will, Michael Edwards, still clearing the cobwebs from the meanest of post-parade hangovers, popping open his laptop, seeing endless messages from supporters complaining about Liverpool’s lack of signings and specifically the need for a reserve left-back. Edwards swings open his office door, sloshing a bit of coffee on the floor in the process as he slurs in an uncharacteristically gravelly voice, “who’s the best left-back we can get?” “Junior Firpo, sir,” a fresh-faced scout replies, leaning out …
Why claims Liverpool don't need players like de Ligt are wrong

Why claims Liverpool don't need players like de Ligt are wrong

There's been an unrivalled amount of chatter surrounding the future of Ajax's Matthijs de Ligt in recent weeks, with plenty of rumours linking him with a move to Anfield. However, reports in the past 48 hours seem to point toward the Dutch wonder kid joining PSG. There's also talk of Liverpool making moves for Lille's Nicolas Pepe and Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes. While it's difficult to quantify anything at this stage of 'silly season', one thing that we do know …
Liverpool: Dreams and the Songs we Sing

Liverpool: Dreams and the Songs we Sing

Why do we sing our songs? Is it for nostalgia. Is it to give confidence to the players, to reassure each other? Is it to intimidate the opposition? Maybe it’s all of those things, but after taking the title back to Anfield, we sing because it’s fact. Again. We conquered all of Europe, would be met with an eye roll a couple of seasons ago. Liverpool living in the past. Now, shouting ALLEZ, ALLEZ, ALLEZ, is effectively a public service …
European Royalty back where it belongs

European Royalty back where it belongs

Pack your bags, we’re going to Madrid. It’s the biggest stage of all in club football, and the Reds will be hoping they can go one better than last year in Kiev. A place in Liverpool folklore waits for the current squad. This year’s UEFA Champions League road to the final in Madrid has proven that Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are back where they belong. Not just another English side making up the numbers in Europe, but one of the most …
Muchas Gracias - How Liverpool upset the population of Barcelona

Muchas Gracias - How Liverpool upset the population of Barcelona

Three days after Liverpool emphatically turned around a three-goal deficit to reach the Champions League final, I arrived in Barcelona for a short trip still ecstatic from the result. What I learned just moments after getting off the plane was that this result hasn’t just hurt Messi and the rest of the team it’s hurt a whole city. Getting into a taxi outside the airport the driver immediately noticed my Liverpool jersey before venting his frustrations in a Spanish slur. …
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