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Archives: Liverpool

Pay Attention Liverpool and Spurs, It’s All Down to How You Finish

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

Arsenal and Manchester United emerged as the big victors from the weekend not because of their superior attacking play, but because their forwards were clinical in front of goal. While Liverpool and Tottenham can claim to be unlucky, they only … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 27: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

  A big question will be answered today. Whether Arsenal can maintain the consistency and explosiveness that they showed last Sunday against Tottenham Hotspur, and whether Liverpool’s Carling Cup Final victory can be a catalyst for greater glories this season. … Continue reading

Random Thoughts From Premier League Gameweek 26

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

1. Arsenal fans can exhale and begin chanting, “All is well”. Yes, the Gunners played much better Sunday, but this is still the same club that was routed at the San Siro recently so it is difficult to get a firm … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Carling Cup Silverware Will Be A Catalyst For Greater Glories

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

Following the long awaited end to their trophy drought, a sense of optimism surrounding Liverpool Football Club is inevitable, with fans predictably praying that the team can use the result as a springboard for the rest of the season. They … Continue reading

Man United 2-1 Liverpool: The Day Class Left The Stadium

Posted on by Earl Reed

I don’t care which side you happen to support. If you’re a Liverpool or Manchester United supporter, or just a neutral viewer, this is a dire day in the Barclay’s Premier League. It’s the day we saw petulance win out … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 25: Open Thread (Including Man Utd vs Liverpool)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The biggest rivalry in the Premier League is, still, Manchester United against Liverpool. It’s not your Manchester derby. Neither is it Chelsea against Manchester United. The Red Devils against the Reds remains at the top, featuring the two most successful … Continue reading

Premier League Racism Scandal Has Made Everyone Look Bad

Posted on by Matt Duncan

One of the most depressing things to have emerged from the racism scandal that has threatened to overshadow large parts of the Premier League season is the loyalty blindness that has affected large amounts of fans throughout the league. The … Continue reading

Why Can’t Kenny Dalglish Drop It About the Luis Suarez Case?

Posted on by Rory Marsden

Monday evening’s match at Anfield between Liverpool and Tottenham was a low-key affair. However, it did feature one standout moment: the return of Luis Suarez from his lengthy suspension for racially insulting Manchester United’s Patrice Evra. Entering the fray with … Continue reading

Wolves 0-3 Liverpool: Pressure Mounts On Wolves Boss Mick McCarthy

Posted on by Chris Machin

  “Changing the manager does not affect the way the players play on the pitch” … I begin fittingly with that quote from Wolves captain and £7million summer signing Roger Johnson. This was a quote given to journalists after the … Continue reading

FA Cup Fourth Round Saturday, Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The fourth round of the FA Cup today offers too very explosive matches for all of the wrong reasons. Let’s hope the off-the-field drama involving QPR and Chelsea plus Liverpool and Manchester United doesn’t spill over to the pitch. The … Continue reading

Was the Decision to Award the Penalty Correct or Harsh? Read This First

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Take any Premier League match and there will often be one or more crucial calls made in a game by the referee that will be incorrect and, sometimes, will sway the final score of the match. Whether it’s the correct … Continue reading

Liverpool Through 3-2 On Aggregate To Carling Cup Final

Posted on by Earl Reed

Manchester City’s month of January continued to drop like a lead balloon. Craig Bellamy stuffed home the decisive goal at Anfield with just over 15 minutes remaining, and Liverpool set up a Wembley date with Cardiff City in the Carling … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger and Kenny Dalglish are Untouchable, For Better or for Worse

Posted on by Jim Flanagan

The managerial merry-go-round is one of the unpleasant facets of Premier League football. Too often, the board members of clubs are quick to sack a manager due to a string of poor results or because of outside pressure. The objective … Continue reading

Liverpool Faces Make Or Break Week With Manchester City and United On Deck

Posted on by Dominic Allen

“We’ve got to look at ourselves. If that’s the level they expect this football club to play at, then they won’t be here long.” These were the words of Kenny Dalglish after a humiliating defeat to Bolton at the weekend. … Continue reading

Liverpool and Chelsea Planning 2012 Summer Preseason Friendlies In US, Says Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool and Chelsea are both planning summer tours to the United States to compete in preseason friendlies, which may include Liverpool playing AS Roma at Boston Red Sox’s Fenway Park baseball stadium, says The Boston Globe. The newspaper reports that … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Stoke Match Preview: Reds Aim to Continue Good Form

Posted on by Frank Sale

After two successive cup games, Liverpool return to league action this Saturday with a home fixture against Stoke City. The Reds have already met Tony Pulis` men on two occasions this season, suffering a contentious 1-0 defeat at the Britannia … Continue reading

English Football Cards From Early Nineties (Pro Set): Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the late 1980′s, football stickers were still the rage so when Pro Set launched a collectible card collection in England and the United States in the early 1990′s, they definitely turned heads. The quality of the photos were spectacular … Continue reading

Glen Johnson’s Tackle Was Worse Than Vincent Kompany’s: Animated GIF

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Glen Johnson committed a two-footed lunge against Manchester City in Wednesday night’s first leg of the Carling Cup semi-final. However, the tackle (see above animation), which was far worse than the one that Vincent Kompany committed against Nani this past … Continue reading