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Tag Archives: Liverpool

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

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Decisions From Week 5

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most entertaining game of the weekend came at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester came back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 at the expense of Manchester United. There is no escaping that United’s defense were all over the … 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

A Soccer Fan’s Guide to Netflix Viewing

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Netflix is the unquestioned leader in movie streaming and, even though other services may have a better selection for your particular tastes, it has become the gold standard and most used service. As a movie connoisseur I can safely say … Continue reading

5 English Premier League Players That Promised A Lot But Became Flops

Posted on by Julian Delicata
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There’s little doubt who the star of Chelsea’s superb start to the season is. Diego Costa’s seven goals in his first ever four games for the Blues helped Mourinho’s side to maximum points from their opening four fixtures in the … 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

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Refereeing Decisions From Week 4

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The Premier League returned this weekend after the international break, and there were plenty of talking points in terms of incidents and decisions. Starting at The Emirates in the early kick off, Jack Wilshere was involved in a handball claim … Continue reading

Signing Of Loic Remy Could Prove To Be A Shrewd Move For Chelsea

Posted on by Amadi Tidiane
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When the news broke that Chelsea were sanctioning the departure on loan of their £50m flop Fernando Torres, the rumors had already begun to swirl about who they would look to sign to replace him.  In his three seasons at … 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

Interview With Guillem Balague: Talks Di Maria, La Liga, Premier League and Music

Posted on by Matt Jones
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The go-to man on all things Spanish football has long been Guillem Balague and he took time out from his busy schedule to have a chat with World Soccer Talk. The journalist, author and pundit provided us with some typically … 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

The Major Talking Points From Round 3 Of The English Premier League

Posted on by Nipun Chopra
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Howard deserves criticism for his performance against Chelsea Asking for improvement from a goalkeeper who has conceded six goals isn’t brain surgery. For the last couple of seasons, Tim Howard has been rightly heralded as one of the best goalkeepers … Continue reading

Liverpool Player Ratings Versus Tottenham Hotspur

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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Liverpool registered a comfortable 3-0 victory over a sorry Tottenham Hotspur outfit, to breathe life into their season after a poor showing away to Manchester City. Simon Mignolet – 8/10 The Belgian’s weaknesses were occasionally on display at White Hart … 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

The Sweeper: 10 Soccer Stories You May Have Missed This Week

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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Allow The Sweeper to hurtle you through this past week’s best stories at the speed of Mario Balotelli racing through Milan’s streets in a Ferrari with his queasy pet Rottweiler by his side. 1. “Think Outside the Ibrox” Picture Ben Roethlisberger … Continue reading

Clubs Silly To Continue Paying Over The Odds For British Players

Posted on by Ben Weich
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It’s often claimed Premier clubs pay a premium for British players – a homegrown tax, if you will. But what does it look like when we actually compare fees for British players with those for their foreign counterparts? At first … Continue reading

Analyzing The Success of Clubs Spending Their Financial War Chest From Big Player Sales

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Every off-season a big name is sold in European football – often even two or three. From Tottenham selling Gareth Bale to Porto moving James Rodriguez and Joao Moutinho to Monaco, players are sold for huge sums of money. While … Continue reading