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Tag Archives: Liverpool

Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle United, A True Premier League Classic

Posted on by James Beckett

Date: 3rd April 1996 Let me set the scene. Newcastle United had been having their best season in decades. But after blowing a huge lead at the top of the Premiership, they know they that must bring back three points … Continue reading

Benitez Hits Back At Liverpool

Posted on by James Beckett

It’s already not been the best of weeks for Liverpool. A defeat at Manchester United is never easy to take, but now former manager Rafa Benitez has revealed some worrying information about the clubs hierarchy. Pressure on the decision makers … Continue reading

Torres: How Does Roy Solve A Problem Like Fernando?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

It is never surprising to hear Sir Alex Ferguson saying something ‘controversial’. Whether it’s emotional, pointless sniping at a beleaguered enemy or an attempt some kind of Jedi Mind Trick deployed to ‘psych out’ Liverpool and their players is up to you. An interesting … Continue reading

Is Dimitar Berbatov Finally Living Up To His Vast Price Tag?

Posted on by James Beckett
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They may have done it the hard way but Manchester Untied did get their victory over arch rivals Liverpool. But Sir Alex Ferguson will have to thank Dimitar Berbatov for the win, after the Bulgarian scored a stunning hat-trick.  Was … Continue reading

Torres Must Up His Game To Get Move

Posted on by James Beckett

This coming weekend Liverpool will travel to Old Trafford giving Fernando Torres a chance to relive arguably his finest hour in a Liverpool shirt. In March 2008 Liverpool travelled along the M62 take on Alex Ferguson’s men knowing a win … Continue reading

Is Houllier The Right Man For Aston Villa?

Posted on by James Beckett

Former Liverpool boss Gérard Houllier is reportedly the man earmarked to take over at Aston Villa. The commanding Frenchmen has been out of work since 2007 after leaving Lyon but rumours have it that he is currently considering  an offer from … Continue reading

Hodgson Transfers to Bring Liverpool Success?

Posted on by James Beckett

Fernando Torres returned to goal scoring form to give Liverpool’s season a much needed kick-start against West Brom. But will this be the start of a bright season for Roy Hodgson’s side or will the men from Merseyside disappoint once … Continue reading

Torres Commits to Anfield, But is This Best For Liverpool?

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

El Niño has ended his silence today and has announced he “is more committed to Liverpool FC than ever.” This almost feels like a summer move, because with Liverpool finishing 7th last season, it seemed inevitable that the combination of … Continue reading

Can Liverpool Challenge for Fourth?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The last three permanent managers of Liverpool have all overseen a familiar pattern of events. Roy Evans, Gerard Houllier and Rafael Benitez all enjoyed moderately successful starts – Evans had a decent first full league season, Houllier a distant third … Continue reading

The Rebuilding Job That Faces Roy Hodgson at Liverpool

Posted on by Ayush Srivastava

With the departure of longtime club favourite Rafael Benitez, a lack of Champions League football and a hard rebuilding job with minimum cash influx in front of Roy Hodgson, it’s indeed a tough time to be a Liverpool fan as … Continue reading

Liverpool v Hamburg, 1977 Super Cup: Video Flashback

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Every once in a while I come across a unique video that I feel would be worth sharing with you, my readers. And here’s one. It’s the 1977 European Super Cup between Liverpool, holders of the European Cup (the precursor … Continue reading

Liverpool Launches Third Jersey for 2010-11 Season: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool today unveiled their third kit for the 2010-11 season. Designed by Adidas, the kit is black with yellow trim. It’s a pretty straightforward design from Adidas but it gets the thumbs up from me. It’s clean, bold and looks … Continue reading

Roy Hodgson to be Named New Liverpool Manager: Good or Bad Decision?

Posted on by Gaz Hunt

Roy Hodgson’s possible move to Liverpool is, of course, still in the realm of speculation, however, multiple sources (including The Guardian and The Telegraph) have reported he will be named as early as Thursday as the new manager. With reports … Continue reading

Benitez arrives at Inter Milan with change

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Benitez has finally arrived at Inter Milan, the Spanish manager has signed a two-year contract to bind himself with the European champions. It seems that while Benitez is a great manager, he certainly is perceived as defensive. And while Benitez … Continue reading

2010-11 Premier League Opening Day Fixtures Fiasco

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Yay! The new fixtures for the 2010-11 Premier League season have been announced. And all around the world we soccer fans are rubbing our hands with glee at the thought of who our team will play on the opening day … Continue reading

Liverpool Away Shirt for 2010-11 Season Revealed: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Photographs of Liverpool’s new away shirt have been leaked on the Internet ahead of the official unveiling on Thursday. The photographs confirm that Liverpool’s new away jersey will be white with vertical pinstripes in red, gold and black, running down … Continue reading

Rafa Benítez: A Success?

Posted on by Chris McQuade
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When Rafael Benitez was chosen to succeed Gerard Houllier it was considered a smart move by both parties; Liverpool had signed a master tactician who had proven success in Europe Continue reading

Heysel Stadium Tragedy: 25 Years Later

Posted on by Christopher Harris

My memories of how I learned about the news regarding the Hillsborough Disaster and the Bradford Fire Disaster are a lot more vivid than what happened 25 years ago today in the Heysel Stadium Disaster. Part of the reason was … Continue reading