Evolve. Adapt. Attack. Liverpool in 2015/2016

Evolve. Adapt. Attack. Liverpool in 2015/2016

The three words in the title aren't ones you'd associate with Liverpool after the disappointing 2014/2015 season, but if Liverpool, and more importantly Brendan Rodgers, learns from the mistakes then last season could help build next season into something special. No I'm not crazy. I think Rodgers may have a way around his no defensive midfielder policy. I never thought I'd say those words. The 13 game unbeaten streak that was sandwiched between an embarrassing and a reality check showed …
Where will Liverpool be come August?

Where will Liverpool be come August?

What a difference 12 months makes.  This time last season Liverpool FC had come so close to winning the league and played the best attacking football seen at Anfield for 20 plus years.  Brendan Rodgers was considered a bold forward thinking manager with many big clubs closely 'monitoring'  his situation.  With the unexpected success, Rodgers supposedly negotiated a more powerful position at the club with the manager having a more controlling position in the say of transfers and the coaching set …
5 Realistic (and better) alternatives to Christian Benteke for Liverpool FC

5 Realistic (and better) alternatives to Christian Benteke for Liverpool FC

The Christian Benteke link doesn't seem to want to go away and whilst right now I feel as though it's Villa pushing to sell him, I can't shake the feeling come the last week of the window we'll throw an extraordinary bid in for him and make him the 'marquee' signing. Many, and I mean many, believe the Belgian International is Didier Drogba reincarnated and this could be true (it's not) but do Liverpool set up in a way which …
Rodgers and the Committee; Friends with Benefits?

Rodgers and the Committee; Friends with Benefits?

The much maligned 'duo' of Brendan Rodgers and the Liverpool transfer committee have taken much criticism over the past 12 months. To summarise it, the Liverpool fan base is pretty much divided by which side of the fence you take refuge on. Are you someone who sympathises with Brendan Rodgers having to find room in his squad for the committee signings? Alternatively, are you someone who finds it bewildering that Rodgers doesn't fully utilise all of the tools afforded to …
Time for a Change, time for a Director of Football

Time for a Change, time for a Director of Football

This season Rodgers remarked that he had limited time to coach the team on the training ground due to more games. This should have been an invitation for FSG to step in and implement an idea they wanted all along: a Director of Football. This wouldn't take any credibility away from Rodgers. If anything it would show that the owners not only backed him but valued his opinion and coaching ability. So they'd be taking some responsibilities off of him …
Oh Captain, My Captain: Should Gerrard Stay or Should He Go?

Oh Captain, My Captain: Should Gerrard Stay or Should He Go?

It’s always been a personal belief of mine that no player is bigger than Liverpool Football Club. This motto has served me well when I thought I’d have died of a broken heart when players have exited the club, but Liverpool Football Club and I have always bounced back and gone from strength to strength. Then came the rumours that Steven Gerrard might leave his beloved Liverpool if he wasn’t offered a contract extension that met his demands. Unthinkable right? The …
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