Are Liverpool 'listos' for La Liga signings?

Are Liverpool 'listos' for La Liga signings?

AIPro's Dave Hendrick took his A-Eye Scouted series to Spain this week for a look at La Liga. Journalist Karl Matchett was along for the ride to give his take on eight hidden gems of Spanish football that could be a fit for the Reds. I'm not sure which contributor was Don Quixote and which was Sancho Panza on this epic search but they came up with some intriguing suggestions for the next Spanish Liverpool star. La Liga has always …
Liverpool's run in: Cometh the hour, cometh the Studge?

Liverpool's run in: Cometh the hour, cometh the Studge?

Hello, hello. Here we go. It's getting closer. Southampton at home, West Ham away, Middlesbrough at home. "Six points will do us," says Fred. "Nah, we need seven" offers Barry. "Don't be so pessimistic, four points and Champions League football is as good as ours" predicts Bob. Maybe all Liverpool need is Daniel Sturridge, in order to go above and beyond those totals. To say that Sturridge is a secret weapon is unfair. Everyone's aware of his qualities, to the …
Kop Still Silent For Daniel Sturridge

Kop Still Silent For Daniel Sturridge

Liverpool fans can be called as biased as others wish to. But Daniel Sturridge is the best English striker at the moment, probably in the past decade. Any fan, neutral or supports another club who are reading this can throw Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy’s goals & assists tally at me any day you want, but that will never change my opinion. So here’s why you should change yours. Sturridge has been a phenomenon since he’s signed for Liverpool in …
Not wanting Europa League Football is a mistake

Not wanting Europa League Football is a mistake

There’s a train of thought currently steaming along that suggests not competing in Europe next season is actually a blessing for Liverpool and Klopp. That it was a Champions League or bust situation, and bust was worth more than a spot in the Europa League. It’s a train of thought that I won’t be boarding, and have never truly understood. In both the run up to, and the wake of our two cup final appearances, and ultimately failures, this season, …
Relive Liverpool's route to the Europa League Final

Relive Liverpool's route to the Europa League Final

Liverpool 0-1 Grazer AK – 28th September, 2000. Liverpool 0-0 Rapid Bucharest – 24th August, 2004. Remember them? Nope, me neither. Rarely do European campaigns begin with barnstorming victories and scintillating football. The two aforementioned results won’t live long in the memory, but the Reds ended each season with European silverware to their name. The same could be true if we overcome the Europa League specialists Sevilla on Wednesday, but it’s only in recent months that Reds all over the …
James Milner: Divisive, but increasingly brilliant

James Milner: Divisive, but increasingly brilliant

I have spent the whole of James Milner’s long and illustrious career trying to decide how good he is at football. He has forever baffled me. He was tipped as England’s new wonderkid when he burst onto the scene for Leeds United back in the early 2000s, but barring a few glimpses of class, I remained unconvinced. His spells at Newcastle and Aston Villa seemed to pass me by a little - I was too busy obsessing about how good …
Emre Can, a risk worth taking?

Emre Can, a risk worth taking?

Less than a month ago, Liverpool had beaten Borussia Dortmund at Anfield in one of the most spectacular games in recent memory. Subsequently, Liverpool became favourites to win the Europa League and secure a Champions League spot, under the guidance of Jürgen Klopp. The following two league victories, against Bournemouth and Everton, led many to believe that Liverpool would coast their way through the remaining league games and Europa League semi-final matches without the injured Emre Can; but horrorshow displays against …
Never underestimate the power of the twelfth man!

Never underestimate the power of the twelfth man!

When the unlikeliest of victories happened, just over two weeks ago, Jürgen Klopp could do no wrong. He was the new saviour, the miracle worker, who coaxed every ounce of every players ability, heart and fight, to battle back against the odds and claim victory, against his beloved former club. The supporters were elated, not just at the victory, but the prospect of what we may become. Supporters united, bonds were formed and bread was broken. But just like any …
Prioritising the Europa League was the correct choice

Prioritising the Europa League was the correct choice

The last ten days haven't been Jurgen Klopp's most memorable as Liverpool manager. He saw his Reds throw away a 2-0 lead at home to Newcastle to draw 2-2, then had the misfortune of watching on as a series of individual errors undone what would've been an excellent European semi-final away draw and then to round off a miserable week relegation threatened Swansea dismantled a shadow Liverpool side securing a 3-1 victory. The frequency of fixtures coupled with injuries to several …
Hope is Important as Klopp's Doubters Rear Their Heads

Hope is Important as Klopp's Doubters Rear Their Heads

Jurgen Klopp’s first challenge at Liverpool was to instil his ideas and philosophies on a squad of players left to him following the departure of Brendan Rodgers... ...OK, maybe his first challenge was the journey from John Lennon Airport to the city centre, and the subsequent negotiation of the selfie requests on the streets surrounding his hotel on Hope Street. An apt name, Hope Street. It’s a road which connects the Anglican and Catholic cathedrals in a city where the …
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