Liverpool's Rollercoaster Ride Ends - Consistency Inevitable

Liverpool's Rollercoaster Ride Ends - Consistency Inevitable

It’s been a very entertaining year for Liverpool fans across all seven corners of the world so far. Scintillating games from October last year with masterful performances against Chelsea, Manchester City, Villareal and Borussia Dortmund, followed by disappointing results against West Ham, Watford, Southampton and Newcastle was indeed a rollercoaster ride last season, as said by plenty of Reds when Liverpool Football Club decided to part ways with incumbent Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, and appointed who is probably their biggest …
Liverpool Need To Convert Leads into Victories - It's Not Easy

Liverpool Need To Convert Leads into Victories - It's Not Easy

If it happens once you can pass it off as being normal. You're told that It happens to everybody and not to worry about it. You nod in agreement at the reassurance being offered. If the same problem continuously happens then you have two choices; bury your head, pretend it's normal and carry on nodding or actually acknowledge there's an issue and look to rectify it. Liverpool have a few problems, too many to state and if you attempted to …
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 …
The LFC turnaround under Klopp - Stoppage time Victories

The LFC turnaround under Klopp - Stoppage time Victories

Jurgen Klopp arrived at Liverpool and in his very first press conference he stated he wanted to turn 'doubters into believers'. The German spoke from the heart much like he always does and even though this phrase was aimed towards the fans who, towards the latter period of Rodgers' reign had turned cynical to the point that a win was a negative, he was also speaking to his players. Anfield wasn't a fortress. In the past it was a VIP …
Danny Ward's time to shine?

Danny Ward's time to shine?

After yet another mistake, this time against Sunderland, Simon Mignolet's time as undisputed Liverpool number 1 must be nearing an end. The ex-Sunderland 'keeper has had a torrid time this season and his 'mistakes' have cost Liverpool an apparent 15 points according to Squakwa.com. It's not as simple as this but add those 15 points to the clubs current tally now and it takes Liverpool to 50 points, and second in the league table. Goalkeeping errors against Sunderland, Arsenal and …
The Importance Of Jordan Henderson

The Importance Of Jordan Henderson

So captain Jordan Henderson is injured AGAIN. Surprisingly enough I'm not that surprised. I mentioned it before the Stoke City match on Tuesday night that maybe it was a risk playing Henderson so soon after the Norwich City match, which as we all know was a high intensity match. With the reoccurring injuries it seems Henderson is going to be suffering from now on I think the club and especially the manager Jürgen Klopp needs to manage him and his …
Lucas vs Norwich - Why a DM is the More Important Transfer Target

Lucas vs Norwich - Why a DM is the More Important Transfer Target

11:00 p.m. GMT, 1 February is just around the corner, and little transfer business has been done by Liverpool this year.  Marko Grujic is bought and loaned back to Red Star Belgrade while Steven Caulker, believed to be a centre-back while actually, secretly being a centre forward, is loaned in from QPR.  Yes, yes, the Alex Texiera saga rages on – some say he’s coming, others that he’s not, and still others with more twisted, vague theories about the issue. …
Brendan Rodgers - Under The Microscope

Brendan Rodgers - Under The Microscope

Since the departure of the mercurial Luis Suarez, it has not been the easiest of times for Brendan Rodgers, but where has it gone wrong, for a man believed to be so tactically astute? In this detailed article I intend to run over some of the more recent mistakes of Rodgers, and where the improvements can be made. Firstly, the personnel must be looked at: in five of the seven league games played this season, Rodgers has opted for Mignolet, Clyne, …
Injuries Could Temporarily Solve Our Striker Puzzle

Injuries Could Temporarily Solve Our Striker Puzzle

Daniel Sturridge returned to Liverpool’s ranks against Norwich as a man under pressure. In fact, many Liverpool fans had pinned the potential successes of our season all on him, just as they had done last year with sad consequences. Liverpool’s squad for 2015/16 has been bolstered though by the incoming Benteke, Ings and Origi, which would have lifted some of the pressure of Sturridge had Liverpool’s attacking play so far not been so stale and laboured. Despite the poor attack, …
Liverpool v Norwich Preview | Predicted Line-Ups & Stats

Liverpool v Norwich Preview | Predicted Line-Ups & Stats

This is a great time for either team to be playing the other.  For Liverpool, the weekend brings a struggling-to-survive, newly-promoted Norwich that hasn’t quite got their feet off the ground.  The Canaries have taken down Sunderland and Bournemouth, but neither team is outside the realm of relegation fodder.  The Reds will feel more at ease going into this match, but so too will Norwich.  If ever there was a time to play Liverpool, it would be now: big losses …