Aaron Cawley

The Second Team Soft Spot

The Second Team Soft Spot

Second team: what do you mean you have a second team that you have a soft spot for? You're a Liverpool fan, you're not allowed support a second team and if you do sod off and support them and leave supporting Liverpool to the real fans. This is an argument I've had with several Liverpool fans over past eighteen or so months on Twitter, sorry it's a synopsis of an argument I have had with Liverpool fans over the past …
Norwich vs Liverpool: Never Give Up

Norwich vs Liverpool: Never Give Up

First of all I'm going to say this is not a match report, I repeat this is not a match report, all this is, is a bluffer giving his thoughts and opinions on the nine goal thriller Liverpool and Norwich were involved in this weekend. Liverpool never do things the easy way do they, but wow just wow. What a game that was against Norwich. I am actually at a loss for words and am at a loss as to …
Same Old Liverpool

Same Old Liverpool

Same old Liverpool: they dominate possession, get in to great scoring positions but just can't find the back of the net. Opposition team creates one half decent chance and they score. Manchester United can count themselves very lucky to come away from Anfield with three valuable points. Liverpool's performance was brilliant. They carried on their intensity from the Arsenal game but couldn't find the goals to put Manchester United away. Manchester United had only one, yes one chance on target …
Leicester City in Premier League Dreamland

Leicester City in Premier League Dreamland

Who would have thought that when the season started, that at the turn of the year newly promoted Leicester City would be leaders of the Barclays Premier League  and almost guaranteed Champions League football next season at the expense of the so called bigger clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool. Leicester certainly are the surprise club of the season. Some might have thought that they might have run out of steam especially during a hectic Christmas period, but no, …
Seamus Coleman: The Boy From Gods County

Seamus Coleman: The Boy From Gods County

Not too many players have crossed Stanley Park in the recent past. In fact the last few players to cross Stanley Park have included Nick Barmby (Everton to Liverpool), Abel Xavier (Everton to Liverpool) (remember him, remember the hair) and one I didn't know about or seemed to have forgotten about is Sander Westerveld (Liverpool to Everton). But there's one player currently plying his trade at Goodison Park that I personally would love to see playing at Liverpool and no, …
A Liverpool Fans Dream Midfield: Roy Keane & Steven Gerrard

A Liverpool Fans Dream Midfield: Roy Keane & Steven Gerrard

I know Liverpool fans are going to hate reading this, because of the player involved, because of the club he played for. Because of the animosity between Liverpool and the club this certain player played for. When talking about this player it's these words that echoed around stadiums like Old Trafford, Celtic Park and The City Ground, what words am I talking about well its Keano, Keano, Keano of course. Roy Keane had a stellar career at Manchester United winning …
Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool fan - Gianfranco Zola

Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool fan - Gianfranco Zola

We’ve all got one. The one we weren’t allowed to look at; the one we had to admire in secret, from a distance. One more appropriate to deny than to acknowledge, to dismiss than to appreciate. Guilty pleasures in football usually cross supporting lines. It’s very seldom that one can support one of the top sides and not suddenly themselves in awe, in nearly shameful veneration of a particular talent that not only plays for a rival team, but in …
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