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Tag Archives: Brendan Rodgers

Preview – Queens Park Rangers vs. Liverpool

Posted on by Craig B
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Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool are two teams which thus far have failed to meet expectations for the 2014/2015 Premier League season. After a high profile transfer window with each team losing their main source of proven top-flight firepower, both … Continue reading

Steven Gerrard’s Attacking Midfield Cameo An Added Dimension For Liverpool

Posted on by Seb Kemmerer
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The age-old myth of a player’s lifespan in football is a constant discussion point around the world and for Liverpool great Steven Gerrard, there is persistent conjecture about his supposed waining effect on the pitch. The 34-year-old is currently in … Continue reading

Liverpool Under Pressure To Retain Rising Superstar Raheem Sterling

Posted on by Chris Moore
Sterling Spurs

Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling is starting to attract interest from at least two big clubs in Europe. Following reports a few weeks ago that Real Madrid is looking to lure the 19-year-old Sterling to the Bernabeu, Paris Saint-Germain have also recently … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Best Starting XI For the 2014/15 Season

Posted on by Sam Pollock
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Liverpool have experienced a stuttering start to the new season and have already been on the end of four losses in all competitions. Having come within two points of their first league title in 24 years during the last campaign, … Continue reading

Analyzing Liverpool’s Problems When Defending Against Set Pieces

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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When Liverpool played AS Roma at Boston’s Fenway Park in a pre-season friendly over the summer, the weather could best be described as sultry. Boston is a workingman’s city, full of the blue collar and the white collar, and people … Continue reading

Tactical Analysis – Liverpool 1 Everton 1

Posted on by Jacob Dorman
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The first edition of the Mersey Derby in this year’s Premier League campaign saw two teams dealing with different problems. Liverpool, the match’s hosts, is trying to figure out how to move without the transcendent talent of Luis Suarez. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

Liverpool vs. Everton – A Merseyside Derby With An Extra Edge

Posted on by Sean Barry
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With both Liverpool and Everton desperate for a win, there is an extra importance to this forthcoming tie. The nervous fans of either camp need a sign that their season is not lost- what better way to show this than … Continue reading

Why It’s Critical That Everton Shed Their Anfield Complex

Posted on by Matt Jones
Kev Campbell

It’s the Merseyside Derby at Anfield, March 26 2006. The infancy of the match is being played at a typically ferocious pace and as is commonplace for this volatile fixture, Phil Dowd has already dished out some yellow cards to the men donned in red … Continue reading

Adam Lallana Ready To Make His Mark For Liverpool

Posted on by Sam Pollock
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Just over five years ago Adam Lallana was lining up as a Southampton player in League One. Today he’s reflecting on being selected in Roy Hodgson’s England squad for the World Cup in Brazil and making his Champions League debut … Continue reading

Why Keeping Fabio Borini Could Save Liverpool’s Season

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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It takes a lot of balls to reject a club outright to stay at a club where you’re clearly not wanted. But in a football economy as tight as the Premier League’s both players and clubs will often do whatever … Continue reading

Liverpool’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by JD Pappagallo
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Liverpool Football Club have played in five competitive games so far this season and there is still no definitive answer to how they will cope in a post-Luis Suarez world. Out of the five, only against Tottenham away have they … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 4

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Liverpool has not learned the lesson that Jose Mourinho taught it, while Louis van Gaal ended his affair with the three-center back system. The Stagnant Reds Go Marching In Staring at screens around the world and sitting in the Kop, Liverpool … Continue reading

Daniel Agger Is The Last Of A Dying Breed

Posted on by Søren Frank
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After eight-and-a-half injury-plagued, yet successful years at Anfield, Liverpool’s Danish vice captain Daniel Agger was allowed to leave this summer after finding himself dropping further down the pecking order. However, Agger was not only allowed to leave, he was allowed … Continue reading

Tactical Analysis Of Liverpool’s Aggressive Tackling And Pressing Mentality

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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We can chalk that up with something not associated with a squad that scored 101 goals last season, along with something else that’s stuck in the back of the mainstream football brain – defense. Before we get into how the … Continue reading

Tottenham vs Liverpool Predicted Lineups

Posted on by James Ferrier
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Two league wins, scoring five goals and conceding zero in the process have seen Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table, although it is very early days. They entertain Liverpool on Sunday the 31st of August. The Merseyside team … Continue reading

Manchester City vs Liverpool Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Liverpool and Manchester City go again in Premier League play on Monday when the Reds travel to the Etihad to battle the Sky Blues. The two outfits played to a 2-2 draw at Yankee Stadium over the summer with the … Continue reading

Mario Balotelli: The Man, The Myth, The Legend [VIDEOS]

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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Mario Balotelli’s name precedes him, just as it was with the man he’ll be replacing with his imminent arrival at Liverpool. When Premier League fans think of Balotelli, they think of “Why Always Me”, bathroom fireworks, and his slew of … Continue reading

While Fans Enjoy Their Holiday, Premier League Players And Managers Will Be Pushed To Their Limits

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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For soccer fans, the next seven days are going to be pure bliss. Every Premier League club will play three games starting with Boxing Day (Dec.26th) and ending on New Year’s Day (Jan.1st); Arsenal and Chelsea will actually play four … Continue reading