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 …
Liverpool's Midfield - Still Not Consistent Enough

Liverpool's Midfield - Still Not Consistent Enough

Liverpool's unbeaten start in the league came to an end last week, which prompted old insecurities in the supporters. A lot of finger-pointing and scapegoating has taken place since. When the starting line-ups were announced there were only two ways it was going to go - the Reds don't lose, and nobody cares, or City beat us, and we all blame the midfield and Dejan Lovren. The Croatian is a topic for another day. I decided to look into how …
Time To Respond, Liverpool

Time To Respond, Liverpool

Thursday's narrow defeat at the Etihad was, in many ways, the perfect depiction of football. A game primed on fine margins, Liverpool could easily have extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to ten points but for a desperate goal-line clearance. Technology would reveal the ball was within just 1.12 centimetres of crossing the line and giving the Reds the lead before a customary strike from Sergio Aguero struck at the heart of Klopp's side. Things could've …
Manchester City v Liverpool Preview - This is the big one...

Manchester City v Liverpool Preview - This is the big one...

The Details Venue - Etihad Stadium, Manchester Referee - Anthony Taylor Date & Time - Thursday, January 3rd @ 20:00 Current Odds - Manchester City 26/25, Draw 14/5, Liverpool 13/5 Form Manchester City Form December proved to be a tough month for Manchester City as they suffered two league defeats in a row, at home to Crystal Palace and then away to Leicester City. City have only won two of their last five in all competitions, needing a penalty shootout to overcome Leicester City …
Milner is this generations McAllister

Milner is this generations McAllister

Cast your minds back to the start of the 2015/16 season. Brendan Rodgers was at the helm of the club and Liverpool had just signed James Milner on a free transfer. The former Manchester City midfielder arrived for nothing having run down his deal at the Etihad but his £150,000-per-week deal raised a few eyebrows, as did the fact he was joining the Reds to play as a centre-midfielder. It was a role he'd played intermittently during his career but …
Liverpool 4-0 Newcastle: Observations as Reds go six points clear at the top

Liverpool 4-0 Newcastle: Observations as Reds go six points clear at the top

Liverpool extended their stronghold at the top of the Premier League table with another routine home win, scoring four goals in a dominant performance against Newcastle United. Dejan Lovren was the unlucky hero to set the ball rolling, cannoning in a stunning half-volley with precision and power in equal measure before Mohamed Salah's penalty doubled the advantage. Second-half strikes by Xherdan Shaqiri and a first goal for the club for Fabinho ensured there would be no dramatic end against Rafael …
Liverpool vs. Manchester City | Who will win?

Liverpool vs. Manchester City | Who will win?

Football has become not just a game or sport, it has become art or even an empire that continues to attract great attention of football players and fans. This is a spectacular sport that gives unsurpassed emotions, goals and other events. Even a person who is not keen on such entertainment knows what the Champions League is and how Cristiano Ronaldo looks. It is no secret that the football industry will expand for a long time since we have many …
Can Liverpool Beat Manchester City in the EPL Race?

Can Liverpool Beat Manchester City in the EPL Race?

As Christmas is looming and the first half of the season in EPL is almost done, all the eyes are on Liverpool and Manchester City, the two teams that appear to be destined to finish 1 and 2 on this season’s table. The Manchester side victoriously broke into the season and looked invincible until Chelsea finally ended their undefeated run, leaving Liverpool as the only side without a defeat after 16 games. Both teams have done an impressive job so …
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 …
Liverpool's blistering start surpasses title benchmarks

Liverpool's blistering start surpasses title benchmarks

Prior to the season beginning, I wrote an article on what Liverpool must do to win the Premier League, taking into account things such as goals scored, goals conceded, points won and European form of title winners in the past 10 years. Another thing I touched on was the first 10 games, with the idea being that title winners must get off to a decent enough start if they're to lead the pack come May. With that in mind, there's …
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