Origi

A few reports surfaced on Wednesday that had Newcastle perhaps interested in making an offer for Liverpool forward, Diogo Jota. The Magpies are looking to accelerate the growth of their footballing enterprise, making some very good acquisitions since their change in ownership. Eddie Howe has invested well thus far, with a clear intention to create […]

Looking back, it struck me that very few of my favourite derby memories took place at Anfield. Most were at other grounds – Wembley, Maine Road and Goodison. The standout games across the park were the 3-2 in 1985, when the teams were arguably the two best sides in Europe, and the 5-0 in 1982. […]

It can be tough as a youngster in Liverpool’s first team squad. For all the talk about the crowd being forgiving and encouraging youth, the first half of the campaign has meant that the pressures of reality have seen that forgotten on occasions. Time and patience tend to give way to instant judgement and Fabio […]

Throughout nearly the entirety of Liverpool’s recent domestic and European campaign, Jürgen Klopp’s team was faced with the low-block reality presented by opposition sides. I’ve written before about how elite sides such as Liverpool and Manchester City need to adapt their style of play in order to combat the all too common low-block. Weaker sides […]

There’s always talk that Liverpool could raid a relegated club for a player. The idea stems from the fact the Reds did just that when they signed Andrew Robertson and Gini Wijnaldum in consecutive summers. Are the club beyond that now? Back then the hopes were of a top four finish, now everything is geared […]

Alisson Becker – 7.5 Did everything well, and the few chances that came Wolves’ way, were dealt with in a usual fashion. Trent Alexander Arnold – 7.0 Struggled with the deep block and defensive overload, but had next to no issues defensively. A good game, and always frustrating when opposing teams are so organised. Andy […]

How does Divock Origi do it?  If you piece together a highlight reel made up of all of his best moments, he’d look like one of the best players ever to put on a Liverpool shirt. There are world-class finishes amongst memorable moments that will never be forgotten.  His goal against Preston was outrageous, yet […]

Domestic cup wins are a glorious building block for success, though only if your team is blessed with a squad to cope. We have seen Manchester City consistently able to achieve cup wins (in recent years), whilst maintaining both strong League and European campaigns. The issue is never the desire to lose in the League […]

Now and again an opposing side can cause such a stir it has the manager (on the receiving end) look deeply into said team, and more importantly their players. I wrote about the RB Salzburg tie from a few years back and how the intelligence, elegance and work rate of a certain Takumi Minamino, prompted […]

The final few embers of the Brendan Rodgers regime still remain, with Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Joe Gomez and Divock Origi now rotation pieces of varying quality, within Jürgen Klopp’s squad. As part of any management era, there is always incoming failures that have a shelf life. Under the Brendan stewardship, the hits were few, […]

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