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Winning, the Liverpool Way

After the draw at St. Andrews I contended that Liverpool needed to change the way they played to get results. They were too narrow, with no pace and their full-backs went nowhere. It led to a dour game of football and a nil all draw that kept Liverpool in the […]

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2009-2010 Premier League Table Predictions

It’s that time of the year for you, the readers, and me to post the predictions for the final table of the 2009-2010 Premier League season before a ball has been kicked. In some ways, I hope that the predictions are completely wrong. At least then we can say that […]

Can Luis Figo and co smash the Blatter system?

So for a few months at least, FIFA will become a multi-party democracy. After former Portugal international Luis Figo joined the list of those challenging incumbent Sepp Blatter, there is now a broad range of candidates offering change. The big question is whether FIFA’s member associations will truly embrace the […]

Redemption For Jurgen Klinsmann: USA Head Coach’s Controversial Decisions Proven Correct

Jurgen Klinsmann has been derided by critics on both sides of the Atlantic as being incapable of taking a tactical approach to the way he sets up and manages his teams. In 2011, Phillip Lahm who played for Klinsmann — both with Germany and Bayern Munich — said the following […]

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