The news that Kenny Dalglish is to remain at the Liverpool for the next three years was met with understandable joy from supporters of the Anfield club, and Ian Mahon is as excited as anyone.
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As both teams gear up for this weekend’s show down and a probable place in next season’s Europa League, Thomas Gaunt takes a look at the pro’s and con’s of winning this match and the glory or burden it could bestow upon the victor.
One must understand the term “Inglorious Basterd” to grasp this article. Yeah, if you have watched the Quentin Tarantino flick then maybe you know half of it, but I will try to simplify it in order to bridge a “common ground”—and to make one comprehend of what sense I take this term for. Inglorious: Not […]
Charlie Adam is a good signing in theory, but is he a good signing for Liverpool at this moment in time? Sammy Lee doesn’t believe so.
The first of a weekly column from Liam Newman, winding down the weekend’s Premier League action.
Liverpool have been the talk of the Premier League in the past few weeks with the return to the helm of Kenny Dalglish and, in the first of a new weekly column, Iain Swan gives his thoughts on the return of a club hero.
New owners. New manager. New start? Its make or bust at Anfield and Eamonn Power looks at Liverpool Football Club’s latest managerial appointment as they strive to save themselves from their current crisis and the looming threat of mediocrity.
The weekend’s on field action wa completely overshadowed by events at Anfield where Roy Hodgson departed Liverpool to be replace by Kenny Dalglish, and Barry Landy from the Down in the Box blog gives his reaction to the whole debacle.