Why Madrid Must Be Liverpool's Crowning Moment

Why Madrid Must Be Liverpool's Crowning Moment

This Liverpool team has to be remembered. This has been the main thought going round my head in recent weeks, during what has been one of the most emotionally draining seasons in memory. For anyone under the age of 40, I doubt I'm alone in saying a Reds side hasn't felt this special before - none have left you feeling so connected and in love with it. There have been some top class teams since the glory days, but this …
Quiet Transfer Window Shows Reds' Growth

Quiet Transfer Window Shows Reds' Growth

I hate transfer windows. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. A solid third of the year – and that’s just when it’s open – dedicated to incessant droning about every player under the sun, consistent links and, worst of all, complaining about things that haven’t even happened yet. “Why on earth haven’t Liverpool signed any players yet?” bemoans Steve, 14, from Huddersfield, on 1st July (this is a random example so apologies if your name is Steve, …
Liverpool Fans - It's Okay to Hope, This is Why We're Here

Liverpool Fans - It's Okay to Hope, This is Why We're Here

It’s not the hope that kills you. It’s never the hope that kills you. Languishing in mediocrity, having to play in Macedonia on a miserly Thursday night, with aspirations of only being relevant again, that’s what kills you. Being nowhere, existing but not prospering, that’s what kills you. Seeing your best players leave, that’s what kills you. Replacing them with players who can’t possibly fill the void, at the behest of a faulty transfer strategy and wildly obscene ego of …
Ageism Is Working Against James Milner

Ageism Is Working Against James Milner

When a footballer hits 30, or at least in and around that age, something instantly changes in the way they are perceived by supporters. Every bad performance is suddenly due to their advancing years, every misplaced pass is because they’re not as young as they once were and they are used as target practice every time their side suffers defeat. Steven Gerrard even suffered from it, which says it all. This is something we are suddenly seeing come to the …
Operation CupOut Complete: Wolves 2-1 Liverpool

Operation CupOut Complete: Wolves 2-1 Liverpool

Ah, the magic of the FA Cup... Is there another competition in the world that would allow Liverpool supporters a moment to sit back and appreciate their front-line starters more than this?  How about that squad depth am I right? You could tell Jurgen Klopp was really feeling the magic.  He revered the cup so much that he put out a side consisting of teenagers and Brodge retreads barely hanging on to their squad numbers.  The Reds were leaning on …
Player Ratings as Liverpool are eliminated from FA Cup

Player Ratings as Liverpool are eliminated from FA Cup

This game was always going to be a strange one. Should Klopp go for it and risk injuries to key players in the midst of a genuine title challenge? Or should he play a youthful eleven, succumbing a chance to obtain his first piece of silverware since taking over for Brendan Rodgers? Many fans hoped for the former, with attentions firmly fixed elsewhere on the Reds' upcoming Premier League game against Brighton, the perfect time to offer a response after …
Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup Preview - With The Reds' focus elsewhere, will Wolves pounce?

Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup Preview - With The Reds' focus elsewhere, will Wolves pounce?

The Details Venue - Molineux, Wolverhampton Referee - Paul Tierney Date & Time - Monday, January 7th @ 19:45 Current Odds - Wolves 29/10, Draw 27/10, Liverpool 1/1 Form Wolves Form Nuno Espirito Santo's side have shown some real inconsistency in recent months. Wolves currently sit 9th in the Premier League table though so they would have to be very happy with that upon their return to English football's top division. They had a fantastic 3-1 win at Spur in their final game of …
Jurgen Klopp & The Price For Style

Jurgen Klopp & The Price For Style

There is no correct way to play football no matter how much we may hear the phrase “Play the right way” across the media. The uber-pragmatic style which epitomized the mid-noughties could not be further from the pressing dominant, possession styles of the modern era. Both Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp employ styles which don’t necessarily adhere to the bulk possession ethos demonstrated by the likes of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea, however, comparing the …
The curious case of Harry Wilson's Liverpool future

The curious case of Harry Wilson's Liverpool future

While Jürgen Klopp’s first choice Liverpool team continue to earn all of the plaudits from the media for their solid start to the season, it could perhaps be easy to forget those Liverpool players currently plying their trade elsewhere on loan spells. There are a number of young Reds currently out and about getting valuable experience and getting their own slice of the limelight which is rightly deserved. Perhaps the leading light of Liverpool’s current crop of players out on …
Do Liverpool Need to Win a Trophy To Justify Their Spending?

Do Liverpool Need to Win a Trophy To Justify Their Spending?

Do Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp need to win a trophy this season? No. Do Liverpool need to justify their spending this summer by winning a trophy? No. I could honestly end the article there. To be blunt, even a cursory look at transfer spending over the last three to five years will tell you that the spending of the two Manchester clubs is vastly in excess of Liverpool’s. To even compare the amount spent on accumulating Liverpool’s squad with the …
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