Predicting Liverpool's starting lineup for Arsenal clash at Anfield

Predicting Liverpool's starting lineup for Arsenal clash at Anfield

Liverpool face Arsenal at Anfield tonight in the last-sixteen of this season's Carabao Cup. We've had a look at Jurgen Klopp's possible starting eleven for the fixture. Assistant Manager Pepijn Lijnders confirmed to Liverpoolfc.com that Irish goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher would keep his place in the starting lineup for the League Cup fixtures. Lijnders also said that Xherdan Shaqiri won't be fit and available again until after the upcoming international break. Joel Matip, as reported during the week, is out for …
Klopp And Lijnders Plotting Success

Klopp And Lijnders Plotting Success

There's a lot of talk about spectrums these days. Sexuality, politics, autism - nearly everything, it seems, is subject to a scale or gradation. I have discovered recently, for example, that I am annoyingly close to the unpleasant end of the spectrum determining the severity of damage to one's brain as a result of migraines. Ah, you say, THAT explains so much about the column over the year, and you'd be right. It seems only natural, then, to think of ourselves …
Solving LFC's Number Six Position and Four Perfect Transfer Targets

Solving LFC's Number Six Position and Four Perfect Transfer Targets

In this article: Understanding the Dutch 'number six’ midfield position & specialist roles today The Liverpool history of Jordan Henderson Liverpool’s attacking & defensive failures and how to resolve them The perfect transfer targets for 2017/18 Understanding the Dutch 'number six’ midfield position & specialist roles today On face value, Jordan Henderson has done surprisingly well this season as a player you would describe as a ‘known known’. As a symbol of consistency amidst the years of flux in footballing …
Pepijn Lijnders - The Managerial Wildcard?

Pepijn Lijnders - The Managerial Wildcard?

"Keep your friends close but your enemies closer." I recently read an article on this site by the talented Rory Greenfield. It was a piece about why Jurgen Klopp was the sole candidate to take over as Liverpool FC manager if Brendan Rodgers were to leave. He talks about his playing style and what he'd bring to the Liverpool fans. Some much needed unity. I won't spoil it for you, you can read it yourself here. It was an article …