Like most people with families filled with sports fans, I started to enjoy football at around the age of seven. I was born in 1995 and so 2017 earmarks 15 years of football for me. It got me thinking – I wonder, who has been lucky enough to pull on the famous red shirt of… Continue reading My ‘most appearances’ Liverpool XI (2002-17)
Liverpool head into the weekend facing off against Watford away from home and, for once, that’s very exciting news because it means the Premier League is back! It’s been fun watching the lads play in the Asia Trophy and the Audi Cup – even better as we’ve got a piece of silverware – but it’s… Continue reading Liverpool FC: Season Preview (2017/18)
AFC Liverpool have been knocked out of the FA Cup by Litherland REMYCA, the Rattlers ran out 2-0 winners on their home turf against Chris Stammers’ Little Reds. I was at Litherland Sports Park and have compiled highlights from the match:
Sean Dyche believes he doesn’t get the top managerial jobs because the world is ‘gingerist’. The Burnley boss has only lost on five occasions this season, despite only joining the Premier League at the beginning of the season. The Clarets sit 15th in the Premier League table, with a clash with West Ham still to… Continue reading Sean Dyche reckons he doesn’t get top jobs because he’s ginger
Last summer there was a ‘media storm’ when Jetro Willems, via Twitter, wished Gini Wijnaldum good luck for his move to Liverpool. That shouldn’t be all that interesting; they played together at PSV a few years ago but the story didn’t stop there.
Piotr Zieliński was strongly linked with a move to Merseyside last summer but Udinese turned down Liverpool’s £12million bid for the attacking midfielder and he eventually opted to join Napoli. Jürgen Klopp still wanted a creative midfielder to add to the Reds’ roster and set out to prise Gini Wijnaldum from newly-relegated Newcastle but, according… Continue reading Scout Report: Piotr Zieliński
According to Unibet’s Big Six Premier League Squad Study, Liverpool currently have the most English players out of Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City, Man United, Spurs and themselves. The aforementioned teams will now be referred to as the Big Six from this point onward. As the graph above shows, the Premier League heavyweight’s reliance on British… Continue reading England players better represented at Liverpool than any other “big six” club