A Positive Christmas

A Positive Christmas

It’s impossible to fully grasp how impactful this period of the season could be. It’s literally become a lottery for all football clubs, as to who in their squad list will test positive next. Managers cannot plan, training sessions and movement have to be monitored, yet fixtures will continue to come to all. The Premier League management group supposedly held a meeting on Monday, where the decision was taken to continue as planned. How this next week shapes up is …
Who is Liverpool transfer target Kacper Kozlowski?

Who is Liverpool transfer target Kacper Kozlowski?

So, Kacper Kozlowski.  According to reports, Liverpool are rivalling Brighton and Hove Albion for the youngster. The Argus claim the Reds are prepared to pay £10million to secure the services of the versatile 18-year-old, with the Seagulls only prepared to pay £8million for the Poland international.  It’d be a bit of an odd move for the Merseysiders. They are always in the market for the next-next big thing. As in, the likes of Jude Bellingham and Erling Haaland come with …
Everton 1 - 4 Liverpool - The Player Ratings

Everton 1 - 4 Liverpool - The Player Ratings

Alisson Becker - 7.0 Wasn’t at fault for Grays goal, and showed good use of the ball. Not his busiest evening (in terms of shots saved), and commanded when is required. Trent Alexander Arnold - 7.5 Possibly could have swept tighter for the goal, but the all in all, a solid game. Good progression of the ball, if not entirely brilliant in a sometimes frantic game. His standards are high, and his importance not in doubt. Andy Robertson - 8.0 …
The New Sporting Director

The New Sporting Director

Any new role undertaken at a sporting team (let alone a major club like Liverpool FC), brings a certain amount a risk, especially when the role was previously engineered with brilliance. FSG have made some high profile mistakes along the way, yet the overall structure of the club is now one to be admired. As Michael Edwards gets ready to depart his role as Sporting Director, Julian Ward was immediately confirmed as his successor. As with the celebrated American TV …
Time To Welcome Simeone

Time To Welcome Simeone

Liverpool Have Looked Great, But Not Like Champions Yet

Liverpool Have Looked Great, But Not Like Champions Yet

Before the season started, I predicted that Liverpool would finish in third behind Manchester City and Chelsea. It was clear that, with our first-team centre-backs fit again and the structure of the team restored as a result, we'd compete for the title, but I did think we'd ultimately fall short. Ten Premier League games into the season - the 'start' of the campaign boxed off, if you will - I haven't really seen anything to suggest that feeling was misguided. …
Atletico Madrid v Liverpool - Player Ratings

Atletico Madrid v Liverpool - Player Ratings

Alisson Becker - 8.0 Where Caoimhin Kelleher did nothing wrong, Alisson is a world class asset & his authority showed tonight. He brought assurance and dominance into a big match, and that showed. Some crucial saves kept Liverpool in the game on the first half. His ability to smother on coming forwards is the best in world football. Trent Alexander Arnold - 6.0 Defensive awareness mostly on point despite some incisive Madrid attacks, but somewhat limited going forward. Was often …
Watford v Liverpool - Player Ratings

Watford v Liverpool - Player Ratings

Roger Hunt - Forever Remembered

Roger Hunt - Forever Remembered

I’ve chosen to write articles here and there about Liverpool legends from my own youth. It’s often a light hearted look at past brilliance, with a nostalgic and enjoyable tale of a player, once cheered on by the ever changing face of the Kop. As the years roll by, certain heroes that explode from a young age, can be gone in the blink of an eye. Our memories allow moments and players to live on within the Liverpool hearts and …
Jude Bellingham - All The Right Moves

Jude Bellingham - All The Right Moves

There’s been so many different players that have threatened excellence, yet their eventual path has seen them achieve so little. Careers have been mapped out before their teenage years are complete, only for stalled progression, indifferent form and unlucky injuries to tarnish what could have been, and often times, what should have been. The emergence of talent in this country carries unrealistic expectations, pressure and only limited chances by which to fully evolve. As England continue their road to next …
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