It’s that time of the year again, Liverpool’s fixture list is coming thick and fast. The Reds’ next test is against a struggling Burnley side away from home at the Turf Moor. In the past, Burnley away has been a difficult test for many teams in the Premier League however with their recent inclusion in UEFA’s Europa League, they’ve struggled to maintain their aggressive style … Continue reading How Liverpool’s Left Flank Can Still Be Effective Without Sadio Mané – #BURLIV
Incredible, spectacular, speechless, still can’t believe it and I’ve had the whole night to let it sink in. Probably similar to the majority of the fanbase, I was so nervous before the game, we are all aware of what Manchester City are capable of. Continue reading 4th April 2018: A Night To Remember
It was a night to remember for Virgil Van Dijk, on his first home debut for the Reds after a dramatic 2-1 Derby win against Everton. Jürgen Klopp made 6 changes to his side against Everton this evening, bringing in Karius, Matip, VVD, Robertson, Milner and Firmino. Joe Gomez retained his spot in the side after an immense performance against Burnley whilst Lallana – who … Continue reading Debut Delight for Van Dijk!
With the dip in form of players like Jordan Henderson and Emre Can, Liverpool fans can’t wait until Naby Keita finally arrives at Anfield next summer; the 22-year-old Guinean midfielder is one of the most highly acclaimed midfielders in world football. I would like to argue that – I personally feel Emre is a strong player but finds it difficult to play on the counter and … Continue reading Keïta Is Exactly What We’ve Been Missing
Adrian asked a few fans for their opinions on who the best midfielders are at Liverpool. Here’s what they had to say: Who do you think the best midfielders at the club are? Jack Thomson: (Owner of Anfield Express) 1. Coutinho 2. Can 3. Wijnaldum 4. Lallana 5. Milner 6. Grujic 7. Henderson Coutinho for obvious reasons. Can because he’s 23 and we concede less … Continue reading Fans Reaction: Who are our Best Midfielders?
(@premierleague) Klopp’s Red Men continued their good form with a clinical performance dispatching a well organized Brighton and Hove Albion side on the south coast. With news of Joel Matip’s injury and a congested fixture schedule throwing team selection predictions to the wind, the rotation has become a necessity to survive the busy Christmas period. Liverpool supporters were thrown with the curve-ball of what initially … Continue reading Brighton vs Liverpool: The Verdict
Adrian recently interviewed Graeme Kelly. Here’s what he had to say: With Keita coming into the squad in summer, would you be happy for Emre Can to leave? We will definitely need to replace Can too in my opinion. Even if we do sign Gortekza (who we are in for strongly and the player is up for the move) we still lack a defensive minded … Continue reading Q&A with Graeme Kelly
Mohamed Salah has been a revelation at Liverpool Football Club since his arrival from Roma in the summer. The season is only 4 months in and the Egyptian winger has tallied 17 goals and 4 assists in 21 appearances in all competitions (according to transfermarkt). (The Independent) Many Liverpool fans thought the club would need a true number 9 to score 25+ goals a season. … Continue reading The Recent Success of Mo Salah – will it continue?
Adrian interviewed Rahul on his experience of his trip to Seville watch Liverpool play Sevilla in the Champions League Group stage match. 1. With a win against Sevilla, the Reds could of qualified and topped the group. What were your expectations going into the game? Going into the game I wasn’t confident and kept saying to my mates I’d take a draw against Sevilla. However, … Continue reading Q&A with Rahul Tanna : Sevilla (A) Experience