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May 022017
Can's Wondergoal Stuns Watford As Liverpool Win Away Again

Watford 0, Liverpool 1 By Umarah Naz Embed from Getty Images   The tension in the room was palpable. Even if you weren’t in the room. The bank holiday Monday dragged on and on; joke after joke, meme after meme, gifs galore mocking Liverpool’s forthcoming Monday night trip to Watford. Liverpool fans after seeing the results this weekend before remembering they're going to lose to Watford — Football Whispers (@FB_WHISPERS) April 30, 2017 The extra spice was provided by both Manchester clubs dropping points at the weekend, handing Liverpool back the initiative in the Champions League race after losing continue reading

Jan 132017
Jurgen Klopp on Manchester United and 'world class' Mkhitaryan

Jurgen Klopp is expecting a different Manchester United side the the one which parked the bus at Anfield earlier in the season, and he says a big reason for their improvement is the introduction of the “world class” Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The former Shakhtar player was courted by Liverpool before he joined Klopp’s Dortmund in 2013, and despite being up and down under the management of the man who signed him, he returned to top form under Klopp’s replacement Thomas Tuchel. Embed from Getty Images His good form prompted Manchester United to sign him in the summer of 2016, and the continue reading

Jan 092017
Jurgen Klopp Wants Manchester United v Liverpool Final

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp spoke to the media ahead of his side’s League Cup semi-final first leg against Southampton, and admitted that the final most people would be looking for would be Manchester United against Liverpool. United play their first leg against Hull at Old Trafford tomorrow night, and though Klopp commented that whichever side gets through would deserve to be there, a game between the two rivals would be the bigger occasion. “In this moment a few people think Manchester against Liverpool will be a nice final, but there is still a game to play. Hopefully not Hull versus continue reading

Jan 082017
Liverpool 0, Plymouth Argyle 0 - Match Report

By Umarah Naz. Remember that one, single week in January that Liverpool had to recuperate from a packed fixture list? Well, it’s been filled. The Reds were held to a 0-0 draw today in the third round of the FA Cup by a Plymouth Argyle side that offered next to nothing at Anfield. After having made £600,000 for this tie alone, Plymouth backed it up by earning a replay at Home Park to be played a few days after the Premier League game against Manchester United. Embed from Getty Images Most people thought that it would be a walk in continue reading

Jan 062017
Jurgen Klopp Thanks Pep Guardiola for Diverting Media Attention

Jurgen Klopp was angry and annoyed in his press conference after Liverpool’s game against Sunderland, but the German manager was glad that his colleague from Spain diverted any unwanted attention from him. Speaking ahead of his side’s FA Cup Third Round tie against Plymouth the German manager commented: “I was really happy Pep had his press conference and no one spoke about my press conference.” Guardiola was spiky in his post match interviews following his side’s 2-1 win against Burnley, which saw another red card for midfielder Fernandinho — his second of the season — and second half goals from continue reading

Nov 272016
Jurgen Klopp: It's a Joy To Manage A Globally Popular Club Like Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp spoke of the enjoyment he gets from managing a big club such as Liverpool, and that the size of the club doesn’t bring any extra pressure. The German manager was speaking following his side’s 2-0 win at home to Sunderland, where goals from Divock Origi and Jame Milner eventually gave them a win over a defensive Sunderland side. Embed from Getty Images He also revealed that the club are to tour Asia in the near future, and that he might get more of an idea of the global reach of Liverpool when they visit this region. continue reading

Jul 072016

Having not played a single minute of football at the European Championships in France, Emre Can was brought into the German side for their massive semi-final tie versus the hosts. The versatile Liverpool man, who’d spent much of last season in midfield under the management of his compatriot Jurgen Klopp, was listed as a defender when Germany submitted their squad prior to the tournament. For this game, however, Germany manager Joachim Loew called upon Can to provide a physical presence in midfield against France’s much talked about midfield duo. Both Blaise Matuidi and Paul Pogba have been linked with big continue reading

Apr 182015
Liverpool v Aston Villa Preview - FA Cup Semi Final

Liverpool go into Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa on the back of a 2-0 win at home to Newcastle. The clean sheet and two goals scored make this look like an ideal scoreline to take confidence into Sunday, but to take comfort from an unconvincing performance against a poor Newcastle side would be a mistake. Aston Villa will pose an entirely different threat compared to the meek showing offered up by Newcastle’s players on Monday, and going into the game with the mindset that this game was a comfortable win could lead to complacency. Whilst Aston Villa manager Tim continue reading

Jul 242013
Liverpool Get Run-Out at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

95,446 fans swarmed upon the Melbourne Cricket Ground to witness a respectable performance by a young Melbourne Victory side, as they held Liverpool to a winning margin of just two goals. Much of the build-up to the game was concerned with the future of Liverpool’s number 7, Luiz Suarez, which focused on an increased bid from Arsenal, and some confusion regarding a release clause in his contract. However, the fans in Melbourne soon made sure that this game was about the occasion and not any one person, as they passionately sang You’ll Never Walk Alone. Liverpool were far from convincing continue reading

Jul 072013
Suso Hopes to Learn From Spain U20 Defeat

As Spain limped out of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey after defeat against Uruguay in the quarter-final stage, Liverpool’s Suso told that the tournament was another learning experience. Suso played a big part in much of what was good about Spain’s football in the tournament, playing either from wide on the right, in central midfield, or even as a centre forward for a period of this game against Uruguay. “I think we have to learn from every moment, from every point of the tournament. I think this will obviously be the biggest one, and it will be continue reading

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