Preview: Liverpool vs Huddersfield

Securing a vital 2-0 away win at Cardiff, the Reds will welcome Huddersfield Town on Friday night. Rooted dead last in the table and their relegation fate sealed long ago, the Terriers aren't expected to pose much of a trouble. Still, the Merseysiders will approach this game with caution, knowing that any slip will spell doom in their title chase. In view of the clash at Anfield, the following is the ...

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Beck on Top

Stalemate again. The worst performance of the league season so far for Liverpool, without a doubt. We were dreadful. Manchester United, despite their resilient defending, were there for the taking. The frustration comes from the failure to capitalise on their injuries in terms of both their makeshift line-up and the 3 first half substitutions. If Liverpool had played anywhere near their best, victory would have come easy. Old Trafford is a ...

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Perfect December for Liverpool

What a month we've just witnessed. It's not very often a team goes through the whole month of December without defeat. But this Liverpool team isn't your average team. There's a resilience to us, we're relentless! Jürgen Klopp has instilled a winning mentality into his players.   https://www.instagram.com/p/BsBXuxBHFUC/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=kw4fzph07bn8 Everton at Anfield,  2nd December: 1-0 Everton arrived to Anfield with confidence, and made things difficult for Liverpool. But we kept going until virtually the last kick of ...

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Liverpool’s Mid-Season Review

As 2018 draws to close, Kopites can look back on the year with both pride and joy. Rising from the ashes of defeat in Kiev, the Reds have made a storming start to the new season. With more than half of league matches played already, let's review the progress made by this team so far. Competitions Competition wise, Liverpool are in one of the best position they could ever be. Top of ...

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Liverpool Fans – Their Own Worst Enemy

Throughout our history, Liverpool FC have prided ourselves on the unrelenting support and belief of the fans. Some attribute that attitude to the City's hardships, particularly in the years of the Thatcher government. During the 1970's and 1980's especially, the City was in turmoil, and football was a release not just from work, but from life for many. Liverpool FC was at the forefront of it all, but in truth, ...

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Beck in Business

“I won’t blunder like Alisson.” What a win. And what a way to do it. Literally, the best way. Give me that over a 6-0 thumping any day. That was Everton’s best performance in a derby at Anfield I have ever seen and yet the result was the same as it ever was. I was convinced we would win the game up until about the 70th minute when I began to get ...

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Brazilian Derby Debuts

Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'Lu0pTeKOTnRD_lnj5qrTQA',sig:'zxZUgrW5G1fHeGHJb94kNKlXziDX9hlFNDVj-PkvXyg=',w:'594px',h:'435px',items:'502692306',caption: false ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); Sunday's clash against Everton marks the first Merseyside derby of the season. Barring any injury between now and then, Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson is odds on to make his derby debut. Also, with captain Jordan Henderson suspended following his sending off against Watford last weekend, Alisson's fellow Brazilian Fabinho may also play against the Toffees. But how have former Brazilian's performed when making their derby ...

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November International Roundup

For the final time this year, fans will have to make do with international football instead of club football. With Liverpool not in action for the weekend, let us check in on several Reds who're away on international duty. In Thursday's 3-0 victory over USA, Trent-Alexander Arnold grabbed his maiden goal for England. In the buildup to the game, all talk was centered on Wayne Rooney's farewell game, but it was ...

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Three Years with Klopp: Some Perspective

In football you are only ever a few negative results away from a crisis. According to some, Liverpool’s winless run of four games is a warning sign that things are not quite right. Panic buttons have been well and truly pressed as Liverpool failed to be at their creative, menacing best against Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. While some of the comments are not inaccurate, the disregard for the progress seen ...

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Another little reminder for Liverpool

So Liverpool have come out of the other side of two showdowns with Chelsea in the same week.  No two English sides have faced each other more often in competition action since the turn of the century and once again the viewing public have not been left down. Liverpool have endured contrasting experiences in each game it’s fair to say. From the sour disappointment of a cup exit last Wednesday night, ...

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Ratings Revealed: 3 LFC Players Feature in the top 81-100 of FIFA 19

For some fans September brings up thoughts of both the first dreaded international break and the beginning of a new UEFA Champions League. For others however, it means just one thing: the newest installment of Electronic Arts' popular FIFA franchise. The FIFA series has become almost ubiquitous within football, especially in the Premier League. Each launch brings about elaborate social media campaigns featuring many of today's superstars, like Cristiano Ronaldo and ...

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League and Champions League squads confirmed

Liverpool Football Club have confirmed their Premier League squad as well as their Champions League group stage squads with the most telling of omissions. Serbian Lazar Markovic who hasn't made a competitive appearance for the club since his debut season of 2014/15 has not been selected despite there being ample room to fit him in. Connor Randall who is currently out on loan is named amongst Liverpool's home grown contingent. The ...

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Extra Ingredients

Liverpool now have the talent to compete at the top, what they need is the know-how and that little bit of luck. Much has been made of Liverpool’s pursuit of the very best players in 2017 & 2018.  The signings of Salah, Van Dijk, Keita, Alisson and Fabinho are examples of a ground shift by the club.  Half measures and second rates transfers will no longer cut it with a manager ...

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