Former Liverpool striker gives his take on potential Bundesliga signings for Reds

Former Liverpool striker gives his take on potential Bundesliga signings for Reds

Emile Heskey says that both Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig look like they would be ideal signings for Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool. Heskey played 150 games for Liverpool under Gérard Houllier between 2000 and 2004. He scored 39 goals for the club and was part of the treble-winning side of the 2000/01 season. In a recent interview with GentingBet, Heskey gave his view on the suitability of Sancho for Klopp's Reds squad.
"When you look at …
Houllier's Treble-Winners: The Squad Klopp Should Replicate

Houllier's Treble-Winners: The Squad Klopp Should Replicate

It may only be the start of June, but already transfer rumours have started, and talk of next season will only intensify. Frankly, we could all just do with a breather after such a stressful last 12 months at Anfield. The various discussions over which players are potentially moving to Anfield will be non-stop in the coming weeks and months, which is bound to cause of mix of happiness, anger and frustration. Rather than Jurgen Klopp signing an array of world-renowned, first-team …
God is a Red - Robbie Fowler | Strikers Week on AnfieldIndex!

God is a Red - Robbie Fowler | Strikers Week on AnfieldIndex!

"It doesn't matter what you do, we've got God on our side", a fairly common retort from a Liverpool fan in the mid to late nineties. No matter who you were bantering with, which one of your mates' sides LFC were facing that week - United, Arsenal, Spurs, Newcastle, even Sheffield Wednesday at the time - it wasn't important, because we had God, and He was gonna win it for us. And, more often than not, He did! A shining …
Emile Heskey - The Forgotten Man

Emile Heskey - The Forgotten Man

Born in Leicester in 1978 to parents of Antiguan decent, Emile Heskey made a name for himself as one of England’s hottest prospects representing his country at U-16, U-18 and U-21 level. Rising through the ranks at hometown club Leicester City making his first team debut in 1995, his only Premier League appearance for 15 months as Leicester were relegated to then Division 1 in May 1995. Bouncing straight back up the following year and by this point Heskey had …