UEFA - The Green-Three-Eyed Monster

UEFA - The Green-Three-Eyed Monster

“It is time for Liverpool Football Club to go to yet another European Cup Final”.
Yet, many have been priced out and many are left without tickets. In a few weeks, there will be a mass exodus from the banks of the River Mersey to get to Madrid for our ninth European Cup final. Fans are still looking around planning the cheapest and most reasonable routes due to the spike in flight costs and hotel prices in Madrid. …
Why Madrid Must Be Liverpool's Crowning Moment

Why Madrid Must Be Liverpool's Crowning Moment

This Liverpool team has to be remembered. This has been the main thought going round my head in recent weeks, during what has been one of the most emotionally draining seasons in memory. For anyone under the age of 40, I doubt I'm alone in saying a Reds side hasn't felt this special before - none have left you feeling so connected and in love with it. There have been some top class teams since the glory days, but this …
Dejan Lovren speaks about Reds' improvement under Jurgen Klopp

Dejan Lovren speaks about Reds' improvement under Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool's Croatian international defender Dejan Lovren feels that this current Reds squad is capable of battling for major honours over the next few years under Jurgen Klopp. The Reds' number six, who had to deal with plenty of injury concerns this season, is still a vital cog in Klopp's Liverpool machine and a strong asset to have as part of the squad. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Lovren was asked about the progress his team has made since Klopp's arrival in late …
Time For Klopp's Liverpool To Stop Being Nearly Men

Time For Klopp's Liverpool To Stop Being Nearly Men

In Jürgen Klopp’s first season as Liverpool manager, his team reached an excellent two cup finals, losing the League Cup final on penalties to Man City, before throwing away a 1-0 lead at half-time to Sevilla in the Europa League final, a competition that included sensational wins over Man United, Villareal and most notably Borussia Dortmund. Now at the time, and certainly with hindsight, Liverpool fans certainly felt that these cup finals were the Reds ahead of schedule, and not …
Joe Gomez feels Reds are a stronger proposition ahead of this year's Champions League final

Joe Gomez feels Reds are a stronger proposition ahead of this year's Champions League final

Liverpool's young defender Joe Gomez believes The Reds are better placed for Champions League success this season than they were ahead of their meeting with Real Madrid in Kiev a year ago. Gomez, who only turns 22 next week, missed out on the squad for the final last season after undergoing ankle surgery. This time around, the former Charlton Athletic player is just returning from another serious injury, having fractured his lower leg at Burnley in early December. However, positivity …
Andy Robertson targets some much-needed R&R ahead of meeting Spurs in Madrid

Andy Robertson targets some much-needed R&R ahead of meeting Spurs in Madrid

Liverpool left-back and member of the PFA Team of the Year, Andy Robertson, believes rest and recuperation will serve The Reds well ahead of their preparations for the Champions League final in Madrid. Jurgen Klopp's side will face Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs team at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium for Europe's biggest prize on June 1st. After a hectic season where Liverpool also did battle for the Premier League title until the final day of the campaign, Robertson said he feels …
Liverpool vs Southampton Preview - Potential Key Battles

Liverpool vs Southampton Preview - Potential Key Battles

Liverpool kept the pressure on Manchester City with a last-gasp winner against Spurs, and in doing so secured a win in arguably their most difficult remaining league game. However, next up is a different kind of test against a Southampton side scrapping for points any way they can, and the Reds don’t have a great record at St Mary’s, winning just one of their last four, although that win was last season. So what are the key battles ahead of …
A Lesson In Defending From Virgil van Dijk

A Lesson In Defending From Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool’s 2013/14 title challenge was defined by moments. The  moment Jordan Henderson saw red against Manchester City. The  moment Steven Gerrard lost his footing and Demba Ba emerged through on goal. The  moment Iago Aspas produced an abhorrent corner to set up a Chelsea counter. All painful, pivotal nails in the coffin for Brendan Rodger’s side. Sunday’s 2-1 win against Tottenham carried similar weight. Manchester City will know their destiny remains in their own hands, with maximum points from their …
Unpacking Liverpool and City's Title Run-In

Unpacking Liverpool and City's Title Run-In

It doesn't matter how they go in at this stage of the season, it just matters that they do. Toby Alderweireld's own goal in the 90th minute gave Liverpool a potentially pivotal three points on Sunday, ensuring they returned to the top of the Premier League with six games left to play. The Reds, who have played one more game than title rivals Manchester City, were far from their vintage selves and looked for all the world as though they …
Reds await Van Dijk fate after defender picked up injury in win over Spurs

Reds await Van Dijk fate after defender picked up injury in win over Spurs

Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk picked up a knock during his man of the match performance in The Reds' 2-1 win over Spurs at Anfield on Sunday. The Dutch international defender seemed to collide with Moussa Sissoko after brilliantly defending a counter attack where he was alone, defending against Sissoko and Heung-Min Son. Jurgen Klopp was asked about Van Dijk's injury in the post-match press conference.
“We have to see. I asked him and I think it was in the …
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