Thiago a shining light and continued key man for Liverpool

Thiago a shining light and continued key man for Liverpool

Even when Liverpool are producing one of their ugliest and most disappointing seasons in recent memory, Thiago still manages to be beautiful. In a campaign littered with both team and individual deficiencies, the Spaniard continues to shine and do his best to alter the Reds' fortunes. There are some who may lazily look at Thiago and claim that he is part of the problem, just as Fabinho and Jordan Henderson now undoubtedly are, but this couldn't be further from the …
Lesson Learned: Brighton (FA Cup)

Lesson Learned: Brighton (FA Cup)

There’s a great quote from parenthood that goes ‘you can’t go through life allowing pain to dictate how you behave’. Clearly the scriptwriters for this don’t know the effects that Liverpool can have on people. There were a few positives to take from a return to the scene of the crime at The Amex, but it was hard to feel anything but deflated when Brighton’s second set-piece goal and injury time winner hit the net. We look at the lessons …
Wolves 0 - 1 Liverpool - FA Cup Player Ratings

Wolves 0 - 1 Liverpool - FA Cup Player Ratings

Wolves 0 - 1 Liverpool - FA Cup Player Ratings Caoimhin Kelleher - 7.0 Recalled for this competition and enjoyed a very quiet first half. The second half was very controlled and he once more had very little to do. James Milner - 6.0 Had moments where he struggled to get back, with Wolves targeting the flanks for their attacks. Showed good composure up and down the flank in the first half and was a constant voice for Harvey ahead …
Liverpool 2 - 1 Leicester - Premier League Player Ratings

Liverpool 2 - 1 Leicester - Premier League Player Ratings

Liverpool 2 - 1 Leicester - Premier League Player Ratings Starting XI Alisson Becker - 6.0 The worlds greatest keeper, it’s a joy to have him back. Could do little for the opening goal and had to react well after that. Was a little too busy through the second half, without really having to over extend himself. Trent Alexander Arnold - 8.0 Had to start after his great display versus Villa. Produced a great interception in the first half, whilst …
Gakpo a Good Start, The Ending is Key

Gakpo a Good Start, The Ending is Key

The natural excitement around the signing of Cody Gakpo is both expected and understandable. Liverpool needed an attacker and they went out and got a good one, especially in what can be considered real value in today’s market. The Dutchman’s signing will give everyone around the club a boost and help reinforce the belief that the top four is a realistic achievement. There is a harsh reality at play though for Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, and fans alike. If they are …
Could Moisés Caicedo Be the One?

Could Moisés Caicedo Be the One?

Jude, Enzo, Declan, and now Moisés. These are the names that have been most notably linked with a January move to Liverpool, so with the transfer window now almost upon us, it could be that another signing is about to be confirmed. Cody Gakpo has this week been unveiled as the Reds' new forward addition, with his signing managing to surprise just about everyone. Throughout the season we are continually linked with dozens of players, therefore just about everyone we …
Tony Evans: Henderson Haters Could Put Bellingham Off Signing For Liverpool

Tony Evans: Henderson Haters Could Put Bellingham Off Signing For Liverpool

The love-in between Jordan Henderson and Jude Bellingham is sending exciting signals to Liverpool fans. The Borussia Dortmund midfielder would clearly fit into the Anfield dressing room with ease. Bellingham is good. If Liverpool can bring the 19-year-old to Merseyside next summer it will be a coup. All the noises coming from Qatar and Germany suggest there’s a good chance it might happen. What could put Bellingham off? A huge offer from Manchester City or Real Madrid might make the …
Key Points That Klopp Needs To Address In The World Cup Break

Key Points That Klopp Needs To Address In The World Cup Break

With the remaining Reds that won’t be heading to the World Cup in Qatar, it represents an opportunity to realign what has veered off course this year. Jurgen Klopp and Pep Lijnders will undoubtedly be laying out a route back to consistent success, and I think we would all like to see that old mentality, old drive, and much loved intensity return, when the Premier League resumes in late December. These first team players are not boarding their national team's …
World Cup Squads 11/11: Van Dijk, Nunez In, Thiago, Fabio out

World Cup Squads 11/11: Van Dijk, Nunez In, Thiago, Fabio out

On November 11th, we saw a clash of the Borussia sides in the Bundesliga, and eight World Cup squads released! Netherlands, Senegal, Uruguay, Argentina, Qatar, Portugal, Serbia and Spain all revealed their teams today. Unsurprisingly, Netherland's captain Virgil Van Dijk was selected, and $85M frontman Darwin Nunez was picked for Uruguay. Thiago and Fabio Carvalho were both sadly omitted from their respective sides, while Jota missed out due to injury. Ex-Red Sadio Mane was predictably picked for Senegal, as were …
Liverpool 2 - 0 Napoli - Champions League Player Ratings

Liverpool 2 - 0 Napoli - Champions League Player Ratings

Starting XI Alisson Becker - 7.0 Was maybe a consideration to come out, but his importance in keeping his team in games is clear. Very little to do, except for the odd pot shot in the opening half. Trent Alexander-Arnold - 7.0 Was surprisingly taken off against Leeds. Was tested by a pacy attack, and was pretty reserved in his attacking play. Was assured defensively with a clear intent to cover his zone. A solid game. Subbed - 86 mins …
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