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Tag Archives: Liverpool

Leaked Pictures Of Football Shirts Are Often The Real Deal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Every year, mass media organizations such as Sky Sports, the BBC and The Guardian are scooped by a small band of football bloggers who leak photographs of new, never seen before football kits sometimes months before they’re officially unveiled to … Continue reading

The History Of English Football Before The Big Four

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sometimes it’s hard to believe because they monopolize the Premier League so much, but the Big Four in England have not always been the big four. Chelsea only joined the ranks in 2003. Prior to that, the league was topped … Continue reading

New 08/09 Liverpool Third Shirt: New Picture

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you had to guess what color Liverpool’s new third shirt will be for the 2008/2009 season, you wouldn’t expect it to be green but as ridiculous as it sounds, it’s true. Last season Liverpool wore black for their European … Continue reading

New Liverpool 08/09 Away Shirt: Pictures

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool FC has unveiled their new away shirt for the 2008/2009 season. The grey Adidas kit with red trim will conjure up a lot of memories for Liverpool fans. The club used to have a grey shirt with Candy as … Continue reading

2008/2009 Premier League Fixtures As Predictable As League Itself

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Pundits and fans often complain about the predictability of the Premier League. Looking at the fixtures announced for the 2008/2009 season, the fixtures themselves seem awfully predictable too. There’s the token match pitting the newly promoted side against one of … Continue reading

Dossena joins Liverpool

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Udinese fullback Andrea Dossena has become the first Italian international to sign for Liverpool. The players agent has confirmed that Dossena has passed his medical at Anfield earlier this week and expects the move to be finalised next week. Liverpool have paid … Continue reading

Everton Adds US Tour To Preseason Schedule

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Everton will be playing two friendlies in the United States this summer. According to ToffeeWeb, the club is rumored to be playing against Chicago Fire on July 30th and Colorado Rapids on August 3rd. Last July, Everton played a friendly … Continue reading

Javier Mascherano And The Seven Nation Army

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When Jack White and Meg White of The White Stripes wrote the song Seven Nation Army, which was released in 2003, little did they know it’d be adopted and twisted and turned into a chant by Liverpool fans in support … Continue reading

Top 10 Most Visited English Soccer Club Websites By U.S. Visitors

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Manchester United is not just European champions as well as Premier League title holders. The team’s web site is also the number one most visited English football club by visitors from the United States. Here’s the top 10 list for … Continue reading

Fernando Torres And Soccer Superstars Coming To Texas This Summer

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On July 5, Premier League star Fernando Torres is scheduled to play in the Free Kick Master 2008 tournament at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. Accompanying the Liverpool striker at the event is a who’s-who of the star players in … Continue reading

A Rough Night for John Arne Riise

Posted on by tyduffy

Liverpool and Chelsea are often blamed for sucking the essence and style out of football, and no player embodies that more than Dirk Kuyt.  His work-rate is tremendous., his vitamins are in order, and he covers great ground.  At the … Continue reading

Scouser Supporters the Next Sub-prime Loan Victims?

Posted on by tyduffy

Fernando Torres has titillated the Anfield crowd with thirty goals this season, but–due to recent revelations about the club’s finances–banks may cut his Merseyside career short. Liverpool borrowed £31.5m last summer to purchase Torres and winger Ryan Babel, unusual since … Continue reading

When Does Arsene Become Accountable?

Posted on by tyduffy

The Kids, they’re alright. But alright does not win you a title. Yes, Arsenal got hosed. Theo Walcott’s coming out party was spoiled by a pathetic penalty decision, a putrid product of the Kop End. Stevie G got to grin … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 7 April 2008

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Arsenal Reserves drew Liverpool Reserves 1-1 in a Saturday thriller. Rafa went with Jermaine Pennant and frisky Peter Crouch. Arsene started two English lads. Liverpool should have put the match away earlier. Crouch had a brilliant effort saved. Riise missed … Continue reading

Champions League Odds and Sods 2 April 2008

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Liverpool and Arsenal had an Oscar and Felix feel.  Both clubs are each other’s bogey teams.  Arsenal’s Frenchified fancy dans cannot break down disciplined defenses and remain prone to adept counterattack.  Lump and pray Liverpool struggle when forced to play … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 31 March 2008

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Arsenal beat Bolton 3-2 at the Reebok, keeping mathematical title hopes alive.  The Gunners, with 10 men on the pitch, scored three goals to reverse a 2-0 deficit.  Diaby deserved his red card for raised studs.  Poor fortune averaged itself … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 23 March 2008

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Manchester United 3 – Liverpool 0: The scoreline was unfair, United should have won by more.  Rooney and Ronaldo combined for five fluffed chances.  Captain Stevie disappeared twice for the Reds.  First, when he decided to stop running and not … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 17 March 2008

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Derby 0 – Manchester United 1 This match epitomizes the season for both clubs.  Derby worked but weren’t quite good enough.  United’s only enemy was their own cuteness.  Ronaldo should have scored at least three, or more according to his … Continue reading