Flanagan Back To Anfield?

Flanagan Back To Anfield?

This is the time of year that makes idiots of us all, as we speculate wildly about new recruits arriving to L4. Rarely has there been a transfer window where the club's need has been so great but the fact that nobody really knows anything will ensure at least four more weeks of wild emotional oscillations. Belligerent Twitter types are ready to lambast every potential target, Grand Romantics are certain that a couple of key additions will push Liverpool towards …
Good or bad business by Liverpool this summer?

Good or bad business by Liverpool this summer?

It’s been a busy summer of ins and outs at Anfield so far this summer, with more to come it seems. But, has this been a good window for Liverpool with the business that has been done? Players In Joel Matip and Marko Grujic arrived this summer, but both deals were agreed back in January, with Matip a free transfer following his contract at Schalke 04 expiring and Grujic staying at Red Star Belgrade on loan. Grujic immediately captures your …
Still Spaces To Fill At Liverpool - A Left Back Please

Still Spaces To Fill At Liverpool - A Left Back Please

AI writers have got together and what will follow will be a series of articles where in an ideal world scenario, if we could still have one further acquisition to enhance the Liverpool playing squad who would it be, and what position would that player fill. As we know Liverpool have been very busy in the off season bringing in a number of players, in attacking positions  we now have numerous options to cause opponents problems, and how Jurgen Klopp …
Jon Flanagan: Does He Deserve A Chance?

Jon Flanagan: Does He Deserve A Chance?

All fans have their favourites and also those players they feel are not up to the playing standards to play for the club they support passionately. One of those players who divides opinion amongst fans is Liverpool born full-back Jon Flanagan. Flanagan, 23, has only recently returned to playing following an injury to his left knee which sidelined the player for 18 months.  Even when he returned to playing in January 2016 in an FA Cup match against Exeter City, …
Why Liverpool should bin Jon Flanagan

Why Liverpool should bin Jon Flanagan

After nearly two seasons out with injury, Jon Flanagan made a much awaited comeback from his injury in February. But, things haven't exactly gone to plan for the young Scouser. Expectations were no doubt high from Flanagan, given what he had achieved before he got injured at the end of the 2013-2014 season. In a squad that looked very strong, the left back position was the one that needed able hands to be in, and Flanagan stepped in wonderfully, relegating the more experienced José Enrique …
Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane? No, It's Super-Flan!

Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane? No, It's Super-Flan!

As another round of transfer window madness sets in, the rumour mill is already in overdrive. Seriously, I used to be okay with the window, but that was pre-Twitter when we lived in much quieter less bullshit-riddled times. Of course every hushed tone player rumour, once kept to the smoky backroom of the local, now booms onto Twitter via some in-the-know who usually knows sweet FA, and triggers a ripple of retweets that quickly grows into a tidal wave before …
Tactical Autopsy of the loss to Southampton

Tactical Autopsy of the loss to Southampton

Liverpool's disappointing loss to Southampton was the definition of a game of two halves. The first half was a Jurgen Klopp masterclass. The Reds were like a Duracell bunny in the first half; first to second balls, pressing Southampton before they reached the Liverpool half and devastating when transitioning defence into attack. The second half couldn't have been more different. Southampton gained control of the midfield and in turn gained control of the match. The Southampton substitutions, along with Martin …
Adding Mettle & Metal to Klopp's Rote Maschine

Adding Mettle & Metal to Klopp's Rote Maschine

Some parts of Jurgen Klopp’s Rote Maschine are still on the production line, but during the past few weeks there have been signs that some of the components are finally coming together. Devils in the Detail Following a run of games which saw Liverpool regularly playing twice a week, the week break between the two Europa League ties against Augsburg, and now Manchester United, gives the manager a rare chance to work with his players in more detail. Rather than …
Oddities and Aggression Reignite Liverpool's Season

Oddities and Aggression Reignite Liverpool's Season

From its opening shots back in Summer 2015, this season has been one of the most unpredictable ever seen. Even now, as we roll through March, nothing is certain. Oh, unless you’re a Villa fan that is. As a supporter I’ve never experienced anything like it. I mean we’ve all seen blips in the usually predictable landscape over the years. I remember Norwich City having a spell in the sun, Blackburn Rovers as champions, Newcastle United and their Keegan influenced …
Crystal Palace 1 Liverpool 2: Player Ratings

Crystal Palace 1 Liverpool 2: Player Ratings

For a change, it was Liverpool who inflicted heartbreak on Crystal Palace as a soft penalty in extra-time meant Liverpool came away with three points at Selhurst Park, after what seems like aeons. Surprisingly, Liverpool seemed more spirited once they were down to ten men and were duly rewarded with some long awaited luck. This is how the Reds fared tonight: Simon Mignolet (6.5) - Mignolet had a solid first-half, swiftly coming off his line to deny Bolasie a clear …
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