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Archives: Liverpool

Are these Liverpool’s Home, Away and Third Shirts for the 2012-13 Season? [PHOTO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Mockups of what may be Liverpool’s home, away and third shirts for the 2012-13 season have been posted on the Internet. Whether these are the actual designs or not, we’re not sure right now, but it certainly will raise some … Continue reading

Reader Mailbag: Evaluating the Chances of Suarez and Balotelli Staying in the Premier League

Posted on by Morgan Green

Welcome back to another edition of the EPL Talk Mailbag. Before we get into the questions, I celebrated my birthday yesterday and after all the dinners with family and such was done, the best present I got by far was … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Chelsea: FA Cup Final the Perfect Tonic to Below-Par League Form

Posted on by Alex Muller

Two teams who have under-performed in the Premier League this season meet in the FA Cup final, as Liverpool and Chelsea will look to salvage their seasons on May 5th at Wembley. FA Cup final tickets will be snapped up … Continue reading

Despite Their Flaws, Liverpool Earns FA Cup Final Date to Rescue Disappointing Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool’s win against Everton in the FA Cup semi-final wasn’t pretty nor convincing, but the Reds took their chances in front of goal — something they’ve been unable to do for so long — and now face the winner of Chelsea … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Everton FA Cup and Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 34: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Two massive matches kick off early on Saturday between Liverpool and Everton in the FA Cup semi-final, and Norwich against Manchester City in the Premier League. There’s plenty on the line in both matches. The bragging rights of Merseyside and … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi-Final Previews: Liverpool vs Everton, and Chelsea vs Tottenham

Posted on by Daniel Lofti

It would be hard to wish for a bigger and better duo of FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley this year with the prospect of Everton meeting Liverpool in a Merseyside derby, and Chelsea meeting Tottenham, in a London derby. Here’s … Continue reading

Why I Agree With Alan Davies that Liverpool Should Play on April 15

Posted on by Matt Duncan

In this Internet-fueled world, we are led to believe that we have never been so free. Free to get our information from wherever we want and apparently free to voice our opinions in ways that simply were not possible before … Continue reading

Reader Mailbag: Where Liverpool Needs to Improve; Plus Mourinho to Man City?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s that time for the weekly Reader Mailbag. It’s your chance to ask those questions that have always been on your mind, but you always forget to ask! Until now Q: Todd asks … What does Liverpool do with this … Continue reading

What Now for Andy Carroll?

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

“He was the best person we could have got in to play the number nine shirt.” That’s how Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish described the £35m capture of Andy Carroll shortly after the striker’s move to Anfield last year. It was … Continue reading

Now Newcastle United is a Better Side than Liverpool, Even On Paper

Posted on by David Eykelestam

If soccer was played on paper, Liverpool would be challenging for a place in next season’s Champions League whilst Newcastle would be scrapping, trying to avoid relegation to the nPower Championship. That was the opinion of many pundits before this … Continue reading

James Perch and Pepe Reina Incident Demonstrates the Flaws in Modern Soccer

Posted on by Ahmed Yussuf

Yesterday’s Newcastle United against Liverpool match demonstrated the flaws in modern soccer. The simulation by James Perch after a clash of heads between him and Pepe Reina was a prime example of this. The blatant deception of officials seems to … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 31: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If Fernando Torres can do it, why can’t Andy Carroll? Newcastle United host Liverpool in the early Sunday kickoff in a match that will see the return of Andy Carroll to the hallowed pitch at St. James’ Park. It’ll be … Continue reading

Liverpool to Face Tottenham Hotspur In Baltimore This July On US Tour

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will play against each other in a friendly this summer in Baltimore, it was announced this morning. The two classic Premier League clubs will play on July 28, 2012 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kick-off … Continue reading

Liverpool Officially Announces 2012 Summer Tour of United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool today officially announced their 2012 summer tour of the United States. The much anticipated visit by Liverpool, which was reported by EPL Talk more than two months ago, will see a welcome return for the Reds to America — … Continue reading

Despite Poor Week For Liverpool, It’s Not As Bad As It Seems

Posted on by Jim Flanagan

Shambolic is the only way to describe Liverpool’s season so far. Admittedly, they have won a trophy and adding the F.A. Cup in May is a distinct possibility. Silverware is never a bad thing, but a 7th place finish in the … Continue reading

Welcome to Reader Mailbag: Questions about the Premier League and English Football

Posted on by Morgan Green

Today starts a new regular feature at EPL Talk — a weekly mailbag where you can post questions, and we’ll pick the best ones out to be answered in future columns. All your comments and opinions are greatly appreciated and … Continue reading

Who Leaked the Confidential Hillsborough Disaster Documents to the BBC?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

BBC Radio 4′s programme World At One today reported it has received confidential documents from the Hillsborough Disaster. The leaked papers reveal that top ranks of Merseyside Police misinformed British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher that drunken Liverpool supporters caused the Hillsborough … Continue reading

Greatest Premier League XI Of All Time: From 1992 to 2012

Posted on by Saikat Mandal

Since its inception in 1992/93, the English Premier League has gone from strength to strength, establishing it as one of the best leagues in the world. Many top players from all around the world have graced the league over the … Continue reading