Matt Smith: January Transfer Window and Liverpool FC Q & A

Matt Smith: January Transfer Window and Liverpool FC Q & A

Ronan Murphy: Bundesliga and LFC Q&A

Ronan Murphy: Bundesliga and LFC Q&A

With the January transfer window looming on the horizon, you could be forgiven for focusing elsewhere with the recent news coming out of Anfield. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered! We caught up with Bundesliga expert Ronan Murphy (FootballTransfers and Sonypicturessportsnetwork.com) to expire all the links to Germany. Jude Bellingham! How do you see his situation and do you think it’s realistic he comes to Anfield? Bellingham is going to be so in-demand next summer, it will be hard …
Key Points That Klopp Needs To Address In The World Cup Break

Key Points That Klopp Needs To Address In The World Cup Break

With the remaining Reds that won’t be heading to the World Cup in Qatar, it represents an opportunity to realign what has veered off course this year. Jurgen Klopp and Pep Lijnders will undoubtedly be laying out a route back to consistent success, and I think we would all like to see that old mentality, old drive, and much loved intensity return, when the Premier League resumes in late December. These first team players are not boarding their national team's …
The Silly Season is (nearly) over...

The Silly Season is (nearly) over...

Silly season(n) 1: a period (such as late summer) when the mass media often focus on trivial or frivolous matters for lack of major news stories 2: a period marked by frivolous, outlandish, or illogical activity or behaviour. There’s been a lot of silliness. It’s roughly two months since the Champions League final. A disappointing end on the pitch to what was nearly the greatest season of all time. A near tragedy off the pitch. We didn’t quite get over the line …
The Importance Of Naby Keita

The Importance Of Naby Keita

With a year remaining on Naby Keïta’s current Liverpool deal, a decision must now be made on the future of the gifted Guinean. After a somewhat staggered first few years, last season he showed himself to be of the required level that the Reds' midfielders need. Regardless of how you judged him prior to last season, his importance to the side last year cannot be overlooked. Every player has his loyal followers, and unfortunately just as many have the opposite. …
Observations: Against Benfica, the real Naby Keita stood up

Observations: Against Benfica, the real Naby Keita stood up

In a recent interview, Naby Keita said 'I don't believe we've seen the real Naby Keita just yet. I've had quite a few injuries & I'm trying to get back to full form & fitness. Recently I've felt 100%. It's my aim to try and establish myself and be seen in the world of football either this season or the next.' Well Naby lad, if you wanted to be seen, then tonight you did everything right to make it happen. …
Should Liverpool be interested in Youri Tielemans?

Should Liverpool be interested in Youri Tielemans?

Youri Tielemans is on the move this summer. According to reports, the midfield maestro is set to be available for as little as £25million due to his contract situation. The 24-year-old, once touted as a £60million-rated midfielder, has just 12 months left on his deal and Leicester do not want to lose him on a free.  The Foxes reportedly paid £32million to make his loan move from Monaco a permanent one. If that is accurate, they’re going to be making …
A Timely Reboot

A Timely Reboot

Liverpool finally lost a game at Anfield this week, with their second leg tie against Inter ending in defeat. In a period where Jürgen Klopp has had no choice but to rotate his stellar cast of performers, it was inevitable that a slight bump in the road would occur. It reminded me of a time where Blackburn Rovers once lost to Liverpool, before immediately celebrating their Premier League title win. No Rovers fan cared about the loss that day, and …
Burnley 0-1 Liverpool: Player ratings from a stereotypical Turf Moor triumph

Burnley 0-1 Liverpool: Player ratings from a stereotypical Turf Moor triumph

Torrential rain, galeforce wind - the conditions and the arena almost demanded an ugly win, and that's what Liverpool provided. Fabinho Nazario bundled in from a corner shortly before half-time and it proved to be the winner, securing three points that keep the Reds' title hopes alive. Burnley may be bottom of the Premier League but coming into this game, they'd only suffered eight defeats - as many as fourth-place West Ham - and conceded 29 goals, fewer than Manchester …
Why James Milner started against Chelsea

Why James Milner started against Chelsea

There is a misconception that if a player starts ahead of someone else, they are the better one. In reality, they are usually just viewed as the better fit for that game by the manager. Football these days is not a one size fits all sort of thing. It really is a squad game and that is why so many teams spend ridiculous amounts of money adding depth.  This has been a topic of debate on Liverpool Twitter following the …
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