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The Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Conundrum

The Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Conundrum

With his minutes and influence on this Liverpool side dwindling, Dan Morgan asks what the future holds for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain...   “DO I believe in myself? Yeah, of course I do. “But there’s a lot of external factors in there. How much you play, how you...

Why A Return To Anfield Offers Hope

Why A Return To Anfield Offers Hope

Dan Morgan writes about how signs of things getting back to normal and talk of fans returning to Anfield can be a source of hope...   THERE was a sense of anticipation in the air this week. The excitement of Aintree and the Grand National means there is always a...

Why We Needn’t Worry About Mo Salah

Why We Needn’t Worry About Mo Salah

Liverpool have seen so many big stars leave down the years, but Dan Morgan writes that we needn't worry about that when it comes to Mo Salah...   THERE are certain things you realise whenever a highlight reel from the past 10 years emerges to mark a football...

Liverpool v Real Madrid: Could Revenge Be Sweeter?

Liverpool v Real Madrid: Could Revenge Be Sweeter?

Liverpool face Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter finals, and Dan Morgan explains how revenge on the mind could help The Reds...   I NEVER held any kind of Real Madrid grudge. They were too experienced, wily and sure of themselves to be bitter. Kyiv was...

Why Nat Phillips Is Right Where He Needs To Be

Why Nat Phillips Is Right Where He Needs To Be

With debates surrounding the ability of Nat Phillips, Dan Morgan writes that the defender is right where he needs to be at Liverpool...   A WEEK of lessons in many senses. We’ve learnt the true extent of never, if it wasn’t already clear enough, should we think...

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European Super League Reaction With Rory Smith
Neil Atkinson is joined by The New York Times’ Rory Smith to talk about the European Super League, what it means for Liverpool and the rest of football…
Rory wrote on Twitter: “I don’t think it is necessarily true that national leagues are the natural conclusion of football, or that the Champions League (as it stands, or as it is about to be) is somehow perfect and unyielding. I think it’s important football has space to change and, ideally, improve.”
“But even to someone not unilaterally opposed to the idea, this one falls down in two ways. One is the permanence: not because it doesn’t protect the pyramid – the current status quo doesn’t protect the pyramid either, nobody on either side actually gives a shit about the pyramid.”
“But because the ‘pyramid’, here, basically represents the pretty basic sporting principle that attainment is a direct result of effort. You have to earn your spot, every year. The permanence of the 15 founders in a super league contradicts that.”

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Dan Morgan’s take on a topical issue in the world of Liverpool Football Club…

The Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Conundrum

The Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Conundrum

With his minutes and influence on this Liverpool side dwindling, Dan Morgan asks what the future holds for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain...   “DO I believe in myself? Yeah, of course I do. “But there’s a lot of external factors in there. How much you play, how you...

Why A Return To Anfield Offers Hope

Why A Return To Anfield Offers Hope

Dan Morgan writes about how signs of things getting back to normal and talk of fans returning to Anfield can be a source of hope...   THERE was a sense of anticipation in the air this week. The excitement of Aintree and the Grand National means there is always a...

Why We Needn’t Worry About Mo Salah

Why We Needn’t Worry About Mo Salah

Liverpool have seen so many big stars leave down the years, but Dan Morgan writes that we needn't worry about that when it comes to Mo Salah...   THERE are certain things you realise whenever a highlight reel from the past 10 years emerges to mark a football...

Liverpool v Real Madrid: Could Revenge Be Sweeter?

Liverpool v Real Madrid: Could Revenge Be Sweeter?

Liverpool face Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter finals, and Dan Morgan explains how revenge on the mind could help The Reds...   I NEVER held any kind of Real Madrid grudge. They were too experienced, wily and sure of themselves to be bitter. Kyiv was...

Why Nat Phillips Is Right Where He Needs To Be

Why Nat Phillips Is Right Where He Needs To Be

With debates surrounding the ability of Nat Phillips, Dan Morgan writes that the defender is right where he needs to be at Liverpool...   A WEEK of lessons in many senses. We’ve learnt the true extent of never, if it wasn’t already clear enough, should we think...

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