Should Liverpool be interested in Diego Carlos?

Should Liverpool be interested in Diego Carlos?

Liverpool were on pace to break the record for most points in a single Premier League campaign before football was paused. Remarkably, the Reds had won 93% of their matches in the English top-flight this term. For a bit of context, the Manchester City centurions, regarded by many to be one of the best sides ever, won 84% of their games.  It highlights just how incredible this Liverpool side is. Upgrading any area isn’t easy but with football perpetually evolving, …
Reds linked with highly-rated Sevilla defender

Reds linked with highly-rated Sevilla defender

Sevilla defender Diego Carlos has apparently attracted the attention of Liverpool's backroom team who view 'The Beast' as an ideal addition to The Reds' squad. The 27-year-old Brazilian centre-half could be an ideal partner to Virgil van Dijk at the heart of the Liverpool defence. That is, of course, if Jürgen Klopp doesn't feel he can place his trust in Joe Gomez's ability to fill that role in the long-term. Carlos signed for Sevilla last summer after impressing during his …
Lessons Learned From Liverpool FC's American Tour

Lessons Learned From Liverpool FC's American Tour

Liverpool completed their pre-season tour of The United States with a 2-2 draw against Sporting CP in Yankee Stadium, New York in the early hours of Thursday morning. The draw was the Reds' third game of their tour, and the first game they didn't taste defeat in after falling to Borussia Dortmund in Indiana and Sevilla in Boston's Fenway Park. As was the case in European Champions' previous off-season jaunts across The Atlantic, the tour can be considered a commercial …
Jurgen Klopp gives update on Yasser Larouci injury

Jurgen Klopp gives update on Yasser Larouci injury

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Yasser Larouci's injury may not be as bad as first feared after the player was stretchered off in Sunday night's Fenway Park 'friendly' game against Sevilla. Klopp watched on in dismay as young left-back Larouci was taken out of the game by a terrible tackle from Sevilla's French defender Joris Gnagnon.
Win!

Win!

Though I know I'll never lose affection For people and things that went before I know I'll often stop and think about them In my life, I love you more Allow me to explain if you will. You’ll need coffee. Tissues optional. Heart necessary. Fortitude compulsory. If 2011 was the season that started me, this season could so simply have been the one that finished me. Back then, so many years ago, I became a father for the first time. …
Liverpool and that Semi-final feeling again

Liverpool and that Semi-final feeling again

When I watched Ryan Babel sprint past a tired Cesc Fabregas to finish off an incredible Champions League night, little did I know it was going to take me that long to experience that feeling again. That feeling! That feeling of being in the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League. That feeling is back again, thanks to a bunch of heroes led by Jurgen Klopp. That feeling is just made all the more special by the happenings of the last ten …

"Liverpool Shouldn't Fear Anyone" - Right?

“Liverpool shouldn’t fear anyone.” This is the common statement, trotted out by everyone from fans, pundits and players. And if you’re expecting this to be the part of the article where I mount an argument that disagrees with this parable, well then you clearly haven’t read any of my articles before. Because I am forever the optimist, delusional or not. And Liverpool shouldn’t fear anyone. There are a multitude of reasons why Liverpool shouldn’t fear anyone, so let’s start with …
Have we underestimated Liverpool's squad depth?

Have we underestimated Liverpool's squad depth?

Over the last month or so we have seen Jurgen Klopp increasingly trust his squad which has seen him rotate a number of his first choice eleven in and out of the side. With the added demands of European football, it was clear Klopp was going to have to utilise his squad players a lot more this season but it should also highlight to us all how the German is building a team which is capable of challenging on all …
The Unfair Alberto Moreno Witch-Hunt Returns

The Unfair Alberto Moreno Witch-Hunt Returns

First things first: I have been one of Alberto Moreno’s biggest critics over the last few years. The horrendous performance in the Europa League final essentially cost Liverpool a trophy - he was not the sole reason for the defeat, but the key reason for it - and too many lapses in concentration and a perceived lack of focus have irritated the life out of me. That footage of him flipping a bottle on the sidelines last season, instead of …
The Sevilla Shambles - What went wrong for Liverpool?

The Sevilla Shambles - What went wrong for Liverpool?

So it was about two days ago I considered a return to writing, after a long spell out (no ACL injury thankfully). It's been a good while since I wrote regularly, so had the usual questions of "Can I still write in a semi-decent, readable way?" and "Will anyone actually give a shit as to what I'm saying?" so I guess we're about to answer those two questions in due course. Now, this isn't going to be structured in a  …
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