Liverpool: Jürgen Klopp’s Reds Are A New Vintage

YET another international break and heightened irritation at not seeing the Mighty Reds light up our weekend. Of course, we’ve been here before – being the third occasion already this season – but in the wake of Liverpool’s dazzling, free-scoring shows since the last...

LIVERPOOL 5 COVENTRY CITY 0: 30 YEARS LATER

APRIL 12, 1986. It was 30 years ago today. There were many things wrong with this day and they were all my fault. Every single one. No one else’s. I could point to many things – maybe my feng shui was all over the place or my chakras weren’t balanced or something, but...
Everton 4 Liverpool 4: The scars that can’t be seen

Everton 4 Liverpool 4: The scars that can’t be seen

HERE’S how this starts: In football, as in life, you’re surrounded by hindsight. It’s everywhere, colouring your outlook, shaping your views. You can’t move for the stuff. All the opinions, all the analysis, all the outrage. All formed with hindsight. All the...

LIVERPOOL: WHAT HAPPENED TO PARTNERSHIPS?

PARTNERSHIPS is a word I have heard a lot on our shows in the last week or two, to the extent that I realised it has somewhat slipped out of vogue. This week on part 1 of the 85-86 version of What We Call History, Mike Nevin spoke as eloquently as ever on the strength...