Why Liverpool Being Hated is One Huge Compliment

Why Liverpool Being Hated is One Huge Compliment

So this is how it feels to be hated. Feels good, doesn't it? Although Liverpool haven't exactly spent their post-glory days being liked the world over, there has never been too much animosity from the masses. Of course, Man United and Everton fans have understandably loathed them throughout, and other sets of supporters have also shown plenty of dislike, but this is different. For the first time in almost 30 years, the Reds are the team to hate more than …
Liverpool Football Club - The Envy of All

Liverpool Football Club - The Envy of All

“Guess we’re living rent free in your head, mate.” This phrase, in itself, is an overused cliché of social media that, like most other phrases originating on Twitter, has become marred by accounts with names of “IconicPogba” and “CityChief” who use it to propagate the air of ridiculous sensationalism that is modern football. Liverpool fans like it a lot. But that’s because, out of everybody, Liverpool fans are most qualified to use it. After all, it does seem like everybody …
Obsessed: Everyone Can't Stop Talking About Liverpool

Obsessed: Everyone Can't Stop Talking About Liverpool

"People don't like winners."
Pep Guardiola was remarkably defensive but also equally defiant at his press conference. He would go on to state that his club simply does not get the same respect afforded to Liverpool. It's probably true. Over the past few months, he has likely faced as many questions about Liverpool as Jürgen Klopp. Liverpool is the team that simply refuses to go away. Unshakeable, and impossible to throw off, Liverpool took Manchester City all the …
Mo Salah’s 'Villainy' Sums Up Change In Character

Mo Salah’s 'Villainy' Sums Up Change In Character

When Sergio Ramos hauled Mo Salah to the ground in Kiev last May, ending his participation in the Champions League final, you could be forgiven for a familiar feeling entered the mind. Nice guys finish last. Salah, a great person, hugely sporting footballer and icon in his homeland, was cut down in his prime by one of the most cynical players in the history of the game. The Egyptian’s tears were tough to watch as he left the field and …