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Why Kabak And Thiago Will Be Worth The Wait

Why Kabak And Thiago Will Be Worth The Wait

While everything in modern football is over in a flash, Josh Sexton writes that Ozan Kabak and Thiago will be worth the wait for Liverpool...   A LOT of what I’ve written in the past few weeks has been a bit bigger picture. And when I say bigger picture I don’t...

Taking The Time To Talk About Fenway Sports Group

Taking The Time To Talk About Fenway Sports Group

Josh Sexton writes about Fenway Sports Group and whether he believes they are to blame for Liverpool's lacklustre league title defence...   BE careful what you wish for. Some of us were offering organs and attempting to do deals with the devil, all to make sure...

Jürgen Klopp: The Sound Of Silence

Jürgen Klopp: The Sound Of Silence

Josh Sexton writes about the weekend filled with rumours that Jürgen Klopp would leave Liverpool and how the manager and his captain stood defiant today...   NUANCE. A quality of something that is not easy to notice but may be important. Some words that many who...

Liverpool, Football And Faith: Losing My Religion

Liverpool, Football And Faith: Losing My Religion

While life may make us question what we love (Liverpool), Josh Sexton writes - with faith as in football - the promise of better days to come can spur us all on...   I GOT bang into gospel music over this lockdown. I’m not even really religious but I do believe...

What Difference A Week Makes In Michael Edwards’ World

What Difference A Week Makes In Michael Edwards’ World

Just a week ago all felt doom and gloom at Anfield, but Josh Sexton writes that the mood has been turned around by Liverpool getting it done on and off the pitch...   YOU know what they say about centre halves… You worry about only having three in the summer, all...

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Josh Sexton’s take on a topical issue in the world of Liverpool Football Club…

Why Kabak And Thiago Will Be Worth The Wait

Why Kabak And Thiago Will Be Worth The Wait

While everything in modern football is over in a flash, Josh Sexton writes that Ozan Kabak and Thiago will be worth the wait for Liverpool...   A LOT of what I’ve written in the past few weeks has been a bit bigger picture. And when I say bigger picture I don’t...

Taking The Time To Talk About Fenway Sports Group

Taking The Time To Talk About Fenway Sports Group

Josh Sexton writes about Fenway Sports Group and whether he believes they are to blame for Liverpool's lacklustre league title defence...   BE careful what you wish for. Some of us were offering organs and attempting to do deals with the devil, all to make sure...

Jürgen Klopp: The Sound Of Silence

Jürgen Klopp: The Sound Of Silence

Josh Sexton writes about the weekend filled with rumours that Jürgen Klopp would leave Liverpool and how the manager and his captain stood defiant today...   NUANCE. A quality of something that is not easy to notice but may be important. Some words that many who...

Liverpool, Football And Faith: Losing My Religion

Liverpool, Football And Faith: Losing My Religion

While life may make us question what we love (Liverpool), Josh Sexton writes - with faith as in football - the promise of better days to come can spur us all on...   I GOT bang into gospel music over this lockdown. I’m not even really religious but I do believe...

What Difference A Week Makes In Michael Edwards’ World

What Difference A Week Makes In Michael Edwards’ World

Just a week ago all felt doom and gloom at Anfield, but Josh Sexton writes that the mood has been turned around by Liverpool getting it done on and off the pitch...   YOU know what they say about centre halves… You worry about only having three in the summer, all...

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