Tag Archives: Liverpool

Top 4 Anti-Bias

Posted on by Phillip Badger

When I first started watching English football as a Yank six years ago, I was drawn to the best clubs and star players, like anyone would be.  But then I quickly realized that being a fan of one of the … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips For This Weekend

Posted on by Josh Allen

It’s the holiday of choice for chubby kids and confectionery companies all over the world. Eggs are rolling and cute bunny rabbits are running for cover. Yes that’s right, Easter is upon us! So fix up, look sharp and waddle … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips For This Weekend

Posted on by Josh Allen

It’s the Premier League season that just keeps on giving. Nobody is running away with the title, there’s a four way battle for fourth position and bar Portsmouth, nobody has been cast adrift at the bottom. As a result, this … Continue reading

For Liverpool, the Great Unraveling Must Now Begin

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Somewhere deep in the bowels of Anfield there is a timer ticking down.  That timer shows about 100 days on it now, and tomorrow it will show about 99, and sometime this July the timer will hit zero.  At that … Continue reading

FoxSoccer.tv Drops the Ball with Man United v Liverpool Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Anyone watching the Manchester United against Liverpool match live on FoxSoccer.tv Sunday would have been terribly disappointed with the poor quality of the service. You would think that for the biggest game of the Premier League season that Fox would … Continue reading

John Nicholson Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

In addition to being a contributor to EPL Talk, author John Nicholson writes a regular feature for Football365.com. On today’s episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, John joins me to talk about two of his recent pieces, detailing the problems … Continue reading

Oliver Kay Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Six weeks ago, Oliver Kay joined us ahead of the onset of UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16, venturing a prediction that the English Premier League teams would find this year’s tournament rougher than those of the preceding seasons. Today, … Continue reading

Misha Sher Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

On this episode of the EPL Talk podcast, Soccerex’s Misha Sher rejoined the podcast to talk about … his views on the stage of the World Cup 2018 bids, any improvements in England’s bid, the strength of Russia’s bid, Soccerex’s … Continue reading

Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Thursday gives the team of Kartik Krishnaiyer, Laurence McKenna and Richard Farley their first chance to reflect on a banner week for the Premiership in the UEFA Champions League. The team gets together to discuss Manchester United’s 4-0 (7-2) win … Continue reading

Liverpool Supporters Erect Anti Hicks and Gillett Billboards

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Spirit of Shankly, a Liverpool supporter’s union, has erected billboard posters in its city to protest against the American owners of Liverpool FC, Tom Hicks and George Gillett. The posters, which read “Tom & George: Debt, Lies, Cowboys – Not … Continue reading

The Importance Of A Defensive Midfielder

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

When watching Manchester City’s fantastic 4-2 Victory away to league leaders Chelsea, one thing was paramount in that game and it wasn’t Wayne Bridge V John Terry,  Two red cards, Manchester City’s flowing football, Shay Given’s commanding goal keeping or Roberto Mancini’s … Continue reading

When A Soccer Match Feels Like A Nil Nil

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the Manchester City against Liverpool game on Sunday, it felt like I was watching a tedious chess game. There was little fluidity to the game and mistakes were plentiful. Just as one team made a move, the opposition would … Continue reading

Book Review: A Random History Of Football

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Colin Murray is fast becoming the rising star of British sport punditry. After cutting his teeth with Channel 5′s football coverage here in the UK, Murray has slowly been making his mark at BBC Radio 5 through the excellent Fighting … Continue reading

Why I'll Be Cheering For Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool This Week

Posted on by John Nicholson

Watching European football has always had an exotic element for us in Britain. In the 60s and 70s, abroad was a long way away. The world seemed much bigger and the visit of a team from Italy, Germany or Albania … Continue reading

A Night At The Emirates: A Fan's Perspective (Video)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’re ever wondered what the fan experience is like going to a Premier League soccer match, or what it’s like going to the Emirates Stadium, film director Rohan Blair-Mangat has put together a five-minute video that beautifully captures the … Continue reading

Arteta, Everton Suffer From Tim Duncan Syndrome

Posted on by Dave Warner

When Tim Duncan was a senior at Wake Forest University, his teammates often utilized a very basic strategy: 1.) get the ball to Duncan, and 2.) watch him play. A 7-footer can only do so much on a basketball court, … Continue reading

Being A Football Fan Can Be A Fickle Old Folly

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

In Europe, following a football team can be a lot like gaining another sibling. You even see in places like Argentina, where money is scarce, people will come out to see their team and live every moment of their season … Continue reading