Nathaniel Clyne

Sep 152016
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool Selection Headache - Who to Pick v Chelsea?

After the fantastic win against reigning league Champions Leicester City last weekend, Liverpool face the tough assignment this Friday when they take on Antonio Conte’s Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Embed from Getty Images We have all seen how dangerous Liverpool can be in attack. Creating chances, scoring goals, playing football with real freedom as they did last Sunday. Friday will be a real challenge to that, though. Chelsea are disciplined in defence and have been playing with two strong defensive minded midfielders in N’Golo Kante and Nemantja Matic. They are notoriously difficult to break down. Jurgen Klopp has a few decisions to continue reading

Oct 282015
Liverpool 1, Bournemouth 0 - LFC Player Ratings & Tactics

Liverpool 1, Bournemouth 0 Anfield, Liverpool (41,948) Liverpool scorer: Clyne 17′ Player Ratings *Adam Bogdan – 7.5 Made a few really good saves in the first half from Junior Stanislas which were a big reason for the clean-sheet, and a big reason some of his team-mates mistakes weren’t noticed as much as they might have been. Kicks the ball with more conviction than Mignolet, and isn’t afraid to come off his line. Made another good save in injury time from Ritchie. Nathaniel Clyne – 7 Was playing out of position at left back but put in a good performance. Scored his continue reading

Aug 182015
Liverpool 1, Bournemouth 0 - LFC Player Ratings  & Tactics

Liverpool 1, Bournemouth 0 Anfield, Liverpool (44,102) Liverpool scorer: Benteke 26′ Player Ratings Simon Mignolet – 6 Had little to do when it came to meaningful saves, but looked safe when it came to stopping the odd shot. *Nathaniel Clyne – 7 A dynamic presence on the pitch in both attack and defence. Was pivotal to the team’s attacking play as he provided the outlet on the right once Coutinho had drifted inside. Played the return ball to Henderson in the build-up to Liverpool’s goal. Also made a great cross to Benteke in the final minute of the game, but the striker hit continue reading

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