Shane Costello examines the idea of identity in English football, and how Liverpool and Newcastle United represent opposite ends of the spectrum.
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After years of neglect, European performances suggest that Russian football is finally committed to fitness, writes Alan Moore.
With Jürgen Klopp at the helm Liverpool have the best man to lead them back to the top, writes Paul Doherty.
Chris McMullan gives his thoughts on Jurgen Klopp’s plans for Liverpool in the wake of the German’s first game in charge.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little spend an hour discussing Ireland’s mixed fortunes, the other Euro 2016 results, and Jurgen Klopp’s appointment at Liverpool.
Alan Moore lets us in on his experiences with newly appointed Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
Kevin Coleman plucks out five players who’ll be looking forward to meeting Jurgen Klopp and hoping to reinvigorate their Liverpool careers.
Thomas Wyer explains why Brendan Rodgers is a scapegoat for the deficiencies of ‘Moneyball’, a transfer policy whose flaws extend well outside of Merseyside.
Thomas Wyer analyses why Shakhtar Donetsk, Olympique Lyonnais and FC Porto succeed in the transfer market, and what other clubs can do to emulate them.
The former prodigy turned pundit is much maligned but why do fans detest Michael Owen so much? Liam Maguire looks at the former boy wonder’s fall from grace.