Pepe Reina

Pepe Reina: A Keeper’s Reflection on Liverpool Love and the Road Ahead Pepe Reina stands at the twilight of an illustrious career, looking towards a future that is both thrilling and daunting in equal measure. As we delve into the heartfelt musings shared with James Pearce of The Athletic, we find a footballer deeply ingrained […]

Given, Monday, June 1st was the one year anniversary of Liverpool’s sixth European Cup final victory, social media is awash with videos, photos, and stories of the Reds’ momentous achievement. There are video’s of Divock Origi smashing the late, game-sealing goal past Hugo Lloris; photo’s of captain Jordan Henderson and manager Jurgen Klopp’s emotional embrace; […]

The new Premier League season is finally upon us, and after last season’s changes, the transfer window slamming shut comes with it. Liverpool were the biggest spenders in England this summer, and fans and pundits alike are touting Klopp’s men for a big season. But just how good was their transfer window? In: Following the […]

Prior to the World Cup, Liverpool could conceivably have delivered the most spectacular summer for many a decade (in midfield alone). The midfield roster was oh-so-close to being Fabinho, Keita and Fekir. An upgrade of epic proportions and the kind of statement of intent that has been rare in the Anfield Premier League era. Midfield […]

This time just over a year ago, imagine being told Liverpool would sign Alisson, Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita in the 12 months that followed. It would have felt like the most beautiful of pipe dreams, even if Alisson wasn’t the world-renowned goalkeeper he speedily blossomed into at Roma. Great teams have great spines […]

It’s Friday afternoon as I write this and the World Cup is all but over. On the whole, it’s been a triumph. The home nation’s journey to the quarter-finals have made it interesting domestically – ever the hallmark of a good World Cup – and the introduction of VAR have kept all but the usual […]

Please note that this article was written before the Southampton game. Over the years, Liverpool have had persistent goalkeeping problems that have ultimately contributed to the club being unable to make decisive surges forward to win silverware. Liverpool’s last trophy was won in 2012 with Pepe Reina between the sticks, and a year later Simon […]

You probably won’t believe me but I had the idea for this article way before the Arsenal game. I had even started gathering the stats from the different sites before the game started. The article was due last Thursday but I decided to postpone it for this week so I get a sample size that […]

Since Liverpool stopped ruling English football in 1990, there are many reasons why a return to the summit of the game has continued to evade them. There have been dreadful signings, bemusing managerial appointments, unprofessional squads and rivals spending vast chunks of money, among many others factors. One of the Reds’ greatest Achilles heels has […]

My Desert Island Line-Up is made up of players who have represented Liverpool from 1989, when I first started supporting the club, to the present day. The formation is 4-3-3: GK Pepe Reina Liverpool have had some truly dodgy goalkeepers in the past 28 years (David James, Sander Westerveld, Jerzy Dudek to name but three) […]

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