How Liverpool Are Perfect Suitors For The Champions League.

Okay, many of you are going to think I'm mad or deluded. But, hold fire and hear me out before pre-judging the title. If, if we manage to get top four this season, which I honestly believe we will. And... Continue Reading →

Reds Revival-Winter Sun.

New Year's Eve. Liverpool vs Manchester City. Under the lights of Anfield, a magical atmosphere. An air of invincibility surrounded the late afternoon clash, of which didn't disappoint. From the first second we dug deep, was resilient, was tireless in... Continue Reading →

Laying Foundations-Potential Targets?

You can't build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you're going to have a strong superstructure. Thougt I'd start with this metaphor amongst the current storm of negativity surrounding the team .... Continue Reading →

Patience Is A Virtue.

For those of you who want a overnight fix here's a reminder why Jürgen Klopp asked for patience in his first interview and why it should be well worth the wait! In his time at Dortmund, Klopp took the club... Continue Reading →

Emre Can….Can….Can’t He?

Emre Can is believed to be stalling on his decision to sign a new deal with Liverpool, the 23 year old midfielder could be sold if no breakthrough is made. With contract extension talk beginning way back in June there's,... Continue Reading →

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Daniel Sturridge's time at Liverpool football club has been a rollercoaster ride of emotion, goals, injuries, outside of the foot sorcery, dancing and of course more injuries. Now back to full health he faces a different proposition based purely on suitability... Continue Reading →

How The Tide Has Turned.

Let me set the scene, 17th January 2016, the biggest game in England. Liverpool v Manchester United at Anfield. 21 games in, which consisted of 8 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses. At the time we were  consistently inconsistent and... Continue Reading →

Trial And Error-Return Of The Magician.

Jürgen Klopp fielded Liverpool's youngest ever first team (average age of 21 and 296 days) for their 0-0 draw with Plymouth Argyle on Sunday. Handing starts to Alexander-Arnold, Ejaria, Ojo, Stewart, Gomez and Woodburn. Which a few have criticised due... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Headed Liverpool FC Goals!

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