As another international break comes to a close, Liverpool face into a group of fixtures that many see as an opportunity to really send out a warning to those around us about our title ambitions. Huddersfield, Cardiff, Arsenal and Fulham along with two games against Red Star Belgrade will see us through to the next international break - I hate those things, I really … [Read more...] about Liverpool Match Prediction: Don’t underestimate Huddersfield but this should be three points for the Reds
You could see it from a mile away. When he came on and bagged two away at Stoke last season, you could envision it materialising in the distance. Contrary to poular belief, he’s human. In the same way we one day have to admit that Batman is merely a comic-book character, we now have to concede that Mohamed Salah isn’t a superhero, nor is he immortal. In the same way that … [Read more...] about Big Decision Could Await Klopp As Pressure On Salah Builds
Monday of a Champions League final week was a strange day. Stage one was the realisation that Liverpool Football Club will play in the Champions League final on Saturday night. Stage two was when the tedium kicks as you realise that you have to wait 5 full days until kick off. People often say that the average man thinks about sex every 30 seconds, well, I've honestly thought … [Read more...] about Champions League Final Week – The Longest Week.
So here were are, Rome, Liverpool Football Club 5-2 up after a typically mental 1st leg at Anfield. We've arrived within touching distance of Kiev after Jurgen's reds have gone on the absolute march through Europe, leaving their mark in Seville, Moscow, Maribor, Porto and Manchester. It's a place not many would've dreamt we'd find ourselves back in August, when we were handed … [Read more...] about Liverpool Football Club: European Aristocracy And Don’t You Forget It
Jürgen Klopp joined Liverpool in October 2015 with Liverpool fans immediately taking to the German manager and what he is all about, and rightfully so. Two and a half years down the line, he has reached 100 league games transforming the club from perennial underperformers to one of the most expansive and attacking teams in Europe poised to challenge for major honours once … [Read more...] about Klopp’s Premier League Century: The highs, the lows and the progress