Kostas Tsimikas – A Pretty Good Fit for Liverpool, If not “Perfect”

Kostas Tsimikas – A Pretty Good Fit for Liverpool, If not “Perfect”

Ever since the Premier League season ended, all eyes in the football world have been focused on Liverpool to see how the Premier League Champions strengthen their squad to mount a defence of the title in the next season.  The left back position has been a key area to be strengthened since there has been little cover for Andy Robertson in that position. The ever-reliable James Milner has covered for him, but he is hardly a like-to-like replacement for Robertson …
Eight Centre-Backs Liverpool Could Look At To Fill A Need

Eight Centre-Backs Liverpool Could Look At To Fill A Need

With Kostas Tsimikas set to be announced as Liverpool's first summer signing this week, Liverpool have ticked off one box on their list of tasks for this summer. They have found a back-up leftback to offer cover and competition for Andy Robertson. With that done and dusted, Liverpool can move on to other areas that need addressing. Those would appear to be a back-up central defender, cover in attack and a central midfielder if a deal can be struck for …
Minamino Ready To Step Into Firmino's Shoes

Minamino Ready To Step Into Firmino's Shoes

Leading up to Liverpool’s recent fixture against Arsenal, the TV broadcaster showed highlights from the Reds’ 5-1 trashing of the same opposition at Anfield towards the end of 2018. Much like this season, Roberto Firmino had not scored at home for more than eight months but delivered a virtuoso performance on the night and the only hattrick of his Liverpool career. What struck me most was his behavior after tucking in a 65th minute penalty that secured his hattrick. While …
Arsenal Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Arsenal Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Two of Premier League’s six biggest clubs went one goal up in their respective games this weekend. But both then conceded unnecessary goals to achieve disappointing results in those games. For Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp felt that the draw against Burnley at home was like a defeat, while for Arsenal, it was an actual defeat against Tottenham Hotspur. This Wednesday night, the two teams with hurt pride will face each other as the Gunners host the Reds. The defeat to then …
Liverpool Vs Burnley Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Liverpool Vs Burnley Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

With Liverpool winning the league with almost a fifth of the fixtures to be played, there was a fear that their remaining fixtures will be devoid of a lot of interest and passion. However, if the past three games are anything to go by, these remaining fixtures are anything but dull. With Sean Dyche’s Burnley visiting Anfield on Saturday afternoon, the fear of a dull fixture might return, especially given that the Clarets are not in a relegation scrap. However, …
Brighton and Hove Albion Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Brighton and Hove Albion Vs Liverpool Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Liverpool head to the American Express Community Stadium on Wednesday night to play their 34th game of the season against Brighton and Hove Albion. While the Reds will want to put in a good performance and hopefully break the streak of goal-less away games, the Seagulls will be playing to ensure continued Premier League survival. Not that it is threatened a lot. At the start of the 34th matchday, Brighton are nine points clear of the relegation zone. This is …
Liverpool Vs Aston Villa Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Liverpool Vs Aston Villa Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

After being crowned Premier League champions last week, there might not be a lot left to be played for Liverpool in the remaining games, but the fight to stay up at the bottom is intense and this Sunday night, the Reds find themselves playing a key role in this fight. They host Aston Villa, who at the time of writing are 18th in the table – a point below Watford and three points behind West Ham. For Villa, three points …
Thirty-Two Years Following Liverpool - A Chronology

Thirty-Two Years Following Liverpool - A Chronology

1988 - Red shirt with Candy splayed across the front, a seven-year old is hooked. 1989 – Hillsborough in April and Michael Thomas in May, it is all too much for a kid to take. 1990 – My favourite player, John Barnes, lights up the league and King Kenny tosses the tracksuit aside for a final appearance as Liverpool win Number Eighteen. I could get used to this. 1991 – Kenny stuns by leaving midseason and club legend, Graeme Souness, …
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