Archive for August, 2013

Winning A Different Way

Winning A Different Way

“Unless you have got the Manchester City or Chelsea money and just bring in £70m-£80m worth in one summer to add to a Champions League-winning group, you need a different way.” – Brendan Rodgers Very few clubs can buy certified world-class superstars. Liverpool haven’t signed one for decades, and yet we’ve had Fowler, McManaman, Owen, Gerrard, Alonso, Reina, Mascherano, Torres and […]

This is Rodgers’ Liverpool

This is Rodgers’ Liverpool

It’s now been over a year since Brendan Rodgers’ appointment as coach of Liverpool Football Club, but long before the Northern Irishman took charge of a competitive match, his notorious football ‘philosophy’ was well-known to Liverpool fans eager to get a feel for their new manager. Or so we thought.    Read the full article on This is Anfield.

It is Suarez Who Broke the Promise

It is Suarez Who Broke the Promise

My thoughts on Luis Suarez’s claims that he had an agreement with Liverpool and should be allowed to leave.

A Sterling Effort

A Sterling Effort

Raheem Sterling couldn’t have it easier. In the past, young players breaking into the Liverpool first team have had huge pressure placed on their shoulders almost immediately. Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler and especially Michael Owen quickly became fans’ favourites expected to perform to a high level consistently, but through a combination of good management, circumstance and the odd misconception, Sterling is […]

Thoughts on ‘Swansea City: The Rise and Fall’

Thoughts on ‘Swansea City: The Rise and Fall’

Last night I watched the BBC documentary Swansea City: The Rise and Fall. As I watched, the documentary brought to mind several points either relevant to LFC fans or football fans in general which I thought I’d list in brief here:   1) Although Swansea previously enjoyed a period of success, it was largely due to the ability of their […]

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