Spurs’ Stadium Shows The Progress Liverpool Have To Keep Pace With

Spurs’ Stadium Shows The Progress Liverpool Have To Keep Pace With

AS the debates roll on as to what would – and wouldn’t – represent a good season for Liverpool, there was a gentle reminder over the weekend that The Reds’ progress towards prizes doesn’t happen in isolation. After much delay, Tottenham Hotspur finally put on a match...

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Spurs’ Stadium Shows The Progress Liverpool Have To Keep Pace With

Spurs’ Stadium Shows The Progress Liverpool Have To Keep Pace With

AS the debates roll on as to what would – and wouldn’t – represent a good season for Liverpool, there was a gentle reminder over the weekend that The Reds’ progress towards prizes doesn’t happen in isolation. After much delay, Tottenham Hotspur finally put on a match...

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Should Liverpool Take More Pride In Their Global Superstar Mo Salah?

SOMEBODY once asked me what my biggest gripe about Liverpool city centre was on an Anfield Wrap episode of AFQ. I could have mentioned the newly built “haunted house” eyesore that had opened on Dale Street which looked completely out of place. Or the fact that I...

Is Klopp Right To Say Liverpool Won’t Spend Big In The Summer?

I’M not in the habit of picking fights with people as big as Jürgen Klopp. However, I do think Liverpool need to spend again before next season. I don’t why he chose last week to announce that the company credit card would be staying in his pocket this summer. Maybe...

How Robertson Made A Youngster’s First Away Trip One To Remember

SUNDAY was a good day. Considering it started with me dry heaving in the shower after over-excessing at a wedding the day before, the rest of it represented a great turnaround we can all be proud of. I left the house at around 8am, grabbing a dozen or so beers I...

Why Klopp’s Comments Should Have Liverpool’s Rivals On Red Alert

JAMES Milner’s fault? Virgil van Dijk’s fault? Alisson’s fault? Whomever was to blame for Fulham’s equaliser against Liverpool on Sunday, they owe me, and presumably all of you, for the years that goal took off us… For seven minutes at least. Tongue out of cheek, all...

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