Football has always been my life. I can still remember my first match like it was yesterday. I was 7 years old when I came on as an early substitute for Bromborough Boys Football Club. As you can imagine, the game was frantic but in the midst of the madness, the ball fell to me at the back post and instead of panicking when faced with the chance of scoring my first ever goal, … [Read more...] about Jurgen Klopp – The Master Of Emotion & Reconnecting My Love For The Game
Was beating Barcelona 4-0 a better performance than winning in Istanbul? On the face of it it's a simple question and it's one that should give an easy answer. For me I'm going against the grain and probably against popular opinion to say it was and here's why. 2005 in Istanbul as it's been pointed out to me online was a magical night. One that really only we are … [Read more...] about Barca Victory The Best Ever?
Ahead of Tuesday's Champions League Quarter Final vs Manchester City, we asked some of our LFCDaytrippers for their predictions ahead of the big game...... Jamie Holme (@JamieHolme) "I can't wait for this one. I said before the first leg that I felt this Liverpool side was tailored made stylistically to cause Manchester City problems and I don't see that changing in … [Read more...] about Champions League Quarter Final: Manchester City vs Liverpool – LFCDaytrippers Predictions
It is all both sets of fans can talk about since the draw took place just under three weeks ago – two of the Premier League’s most attacking teams going head-to-head in a competition with Europe’s elite. The draw triggered an otherwise timid rivalry. Liverpool supporters all hoping and planning for a familiar European atmosphere – pyros, banners and flags lining the streets … [Read more...] about Liverpool vs Manchester City is much more than “just a game”
The Good, The Bad and The V.A.R. So, this weekend was all about an FA Cup Fourth Round Fixture list, full of action and incident, but this has suddenly become all about the Video Assistant Referee. It’s incredible how a referee sat in his office in Central London looking at a bank of screens, the like of which was last seen in the film “Sliver”, advising referees over … [Read more...] about The Good, The Bad and The V.A.R