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Archives: Liverpool

Liverpool’s Game Plan To Knock Barcelona Out

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Despite the cruel blow that Liverpool received Saturday when the better side lost to Manchester United, Rafa Benitez will be smiling on the streets of Merseyside this weekend. That’s because he will have watched Sevilla’s 2-1 win against Barca, and … Continue reading

The Truth About the Hillsborough Disaster

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It’s been 6,447 days since the Hillsborough Disaster occurred on what many believe was the darkest day in the history of football. On that fateful day in April 1989, 96 innocent football fans tragically died when many of them were … Continue reading

Reflections from the Community Shield Match

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Premiership Countdown: 5 Days to Go. The season is upon us, and what a terrific Community Shield it was. While not the best classic, it reminded me of the reasons why we love English football so much. Here are just … Continue reading

Best Striker Partnerships in the Premiership

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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In today’s transfer news, it looks like Hernan Crespo wants to return to Italy while Bayern Munich are inching closer to signing Ruud Van Nistelrooy. The question it leaves in my mind is this: Who are the strikers that’ll be … Continue reading

Premiership Countdown: 26 Days to Go

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The Times newspaper today published an exhaustive and fascinating discovery of who is the greatest football team of all time in England. The statisticians at the newspaper calculated every game played since the 1888-1889 season all of the way up … Continue reading

Premiership Countdown: 38 Days to Go

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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During the upcoming 2006/2007 English Premier League season, who can stop Chelsea from winning the title, and do you think Chelsea can be their own worst enemy and drop much-needed points? For me, I see Arsenal and Liverpool as being … Continue reading

FA Cup Final Frustrations

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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I tried listening to the FA Cup Final via the internet today, but didn’t have too much luck. First BBC Five Live had the pre-match build up but they broke in with their “We’re sorry, but due to contractual obligations, … Continue reading

Liverpool Put Pressure On Man United

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Liverpool’s 2-1 FA Cup semi-final win against Chelsea yesterday was good news for the Premiership. For the past decade, the Premiership has been a two horse race with Arsenal and Manchester United dominating the league. Now, looking at next season, … Continue reading

You’ll Never Blog Alone

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It’s always refreshing to read interesting insights into the Premiership, and the You’ll Never Blog Alone page is no exception. Coined by a female Liverpool fan living in America, the blog features spunky copy, videos, photo slideshows and more.

Chelsea v Liverpool: FA Cup Semi-Final

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The biggest match of the weekend won’t be televised on Fox Soccer Channel. So, if you’re interested in following the Chelsea versus Liverpool FA Cup Semi Final, read on… In the States, the only way to watch the game is … Continue reading

Graeme Souness’s Biggest Mistake

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Graeme Souness knows his days are numbered. And it’s his own fault. His extremely negative attitude the past few weeks when answering questions from the press has had a detrimental effect on the team’s play. He’s been clutching on to … Continue reading

Premiership Roundup, January 14-15 2006

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Other observations from this weekend’s Premiership matches: Liverpool’s Cisse changes his hairstyle again (sheesh). Newcastle adds a new third strip. This one is the new style that Adidas has launched, and looks almost identical to Liverpool’s new home strip (scheduled … Continue reading

Premiership & The Continental Divide

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Is it any coincidence that out of the top five teams in the EPL table, that four of the five managers are from the continent? Of course, the foreign managers are in charge of big money clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool, … Continue reading