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.
I thought of seven drinks, breakfasts lunches and dinners that I enjoy but are low in calories and compiled them in a menu, with the idea being that I wouldn’t get bored…
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
Former Everton footballer Johnny Heitinga has been speaking to Dutch media about adjusting to life after professional football. Heitinga, known for being brought on by David Moyes when Everton were already 1-0 down, earned around £50,000 per week while at The Blues. Johnny doesn’t earn anything near that now he’s retired, it actually appears he… Continue reading Ex-footballer Johnny Heitinga moans about being unable to use private jets
There has been an interesting issue in the UK over the last month or so. The Bank of England admitted that the new £5 note contains animal fat. Well, vegetarians and vegans were up in arms over it all. Absolute outrage from some people – if absolute outrage is posting an angry tweet. I’m… Continue reading The new £5 note has animal fat in it – here’s what else isn’t vegetarian
An album clearly born out of his struggles prior, James Arthur’s “Back from the Edge” is a truly emotional musical account of his thoughts and feelings. Simply, if you liked his debut album, you’re going to love his latest offers and if you hated him before, there’s a slither of a chance that this release will change your… Continue reading Album Review: James Arthur – “Back from the Edge”