Premier League Preview | Liverpool vs Watford

Premier League Preview | Liverpool vs Watford

Liverpool welcome Watford to Anfield on Sunday afternoon following their success in overturning a 1-0 deficit against Villarreal to progress to the Europa League final. Liverpool are on a ten match unbeaten run at Anfield heading into the game, including four Europa League wins (W7 D3) which has seen them book their place in Basel for the final of the competition. The Reds have improved drastically on the dismal home record they had under Brendan Rodgers’ last few months and …
Now is not the Time for Danny Ward

Now is not the Time for Danny Ward

The latest Simon Mignolet horror show that gifted Sunderland a way back into a match they had been comfortably second best in, was for most Liverpool fans the final straw in the Belgian’s chequered Reds career. Well, to be fair it was more like the final straw in a long line of final straws previous. In a season that has seen the generally hit and miss goalkeeping performances of Mignolet gradually descend to the point where he misses pretty much …
Wake Me Up When The Season Ends

Wake Me Up When The Season Ends

What a season this has been and I don’t mean for good reasons. The highlight this season has undoubtedly been Jurgen Klopp’s arrival at Anfield, but other than that it has been a season to forget for the Reds. Every time we as fans seem to get a little bit excited, we come crashing down to earth. It’s been the story of the season. A season I, for one, can’t wait to be over. Form If you look in the …
Lallana: A Force Awoken

Lallana: A Force Awoken

Since Klopp’s arrival, it's been a tale of ups and downs at Liverpool. Unconvincing performances in the Europa League were forgotten as qualification into the knock-out stages was secured and impressive thrashings of Southampton, Manchester City and Chelsea showcased Liverpool’s potential quality. However, disappointing results against Watford, Crystal Palace, Newcastle and West Ham in the Premier League, were signs that “Klopp mania” wasn't the fairy tale everyone thought it would be. Liverpool's Capital One Cup semi-final clash against Stoke City …
Liverpool's Biggest Hurdle in 2016 is Impatience

Liverpool's Biggest Hurdle in 2016 is Impatience

It’s easy to look at the United fans with their radically pre-emptive Mourinho scarves, and their Sharpie covered kitchen-towl signs, and to forget that Liverpool fans can be pretty stupid too. Jurgen Klopp alluded to one element of the idiocy, or at least childish impatience, in Reds fans, when he said of Liverpool’s inconsistent performances that “of course, there are explanations for this, but nobody wants to hear these explanations”. There are swathes of football followers who you can rely …
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