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  1. Liverpool Have Better Premier League Run In Than Opponents

    Liverpool have a much more favorable end to this Premier League season than any of our rivals for the top four positions. We currently sit in fourth place with 56 points from 29 games while our rivals for the coveted fourth place, Manchester United and Arsenal, sit on 52 and 50 points respectively with only 27 games played.

    While the games in hand may seem like a lifeline to both Man Utd and Arsenal, they are not easy games by any stretch of the imagination. Both Man Utd and Arsenal have to play an away fixture at Southampton while Arsenal also have a visit to the Emirates from a resurgent Leicester City as their games in hand.

    Of the eleven games that Manchester United have left, they have a home tie against league leaders, Chelsea as well as three tough away fixtures against Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham.

    Add to that the congested fixture list which could see them playing a game on average every 3.3 days as they compete on three fronts in the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League and it looks like a big ask for them to make top four.

    Arsenal also face Manchester City at the Emirates in their next game as well as an away game at Tottenham and the aforementioned game against Man Utd at the Emirates all before the season ends. They are also still competing in the FA Cup with Manchester City as their next opponents on April 23rd.

    Tottenham will have to square up against both Arsenal and Manchester United at White Hart Lane and are also still involved in the FA Cup with an away tie against Chelsea scheduled for April 22nd.

    Chelsea look all but out of sight with a 10 point lead over Tottenham but they still have tough fixtures at home to Manchester City and an away tie at Old Trafford that Liverpool will be hoping they can take maximum points from.

    Liverpool have taken 20 points from a possible 30 available against or top six rivals this campaign but our final games of the season certainly wouldn’t be seen as difficult as our rivals as we do not face another top six team this season.

    We have home games against Everton, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Middlesborough and away ties against Stoke City, West Brom, Watford and West Ham as our final nine games.

    All of these games are certainly winnable games for Liverpool but for our tendency to perform poorly against the so called lower teams this season which has seen us lose to teams like Burnley, Bournemouth and Swansea during this campaign.

    Reds supporters will be hoping that this trend has now been ended with our scrappy 2 – 1 victory over Burnley at Anfield earlier this month showing that we can grind out a result against the so called lower teams.

    Hopefully this victory and the recent results against Arsenal and Manchester City can instill the confidence that has been lacking at times in Jurgen Klopp’s men this season that will see us through to the end of the season to maintain fourth place at the very minimum.

    It’s now more important than ever that we put the final nine teams that we face to the sword without mercy and that we show the same fight and hunger against this opposition as we did against top six teams this season.

    I, for one, feel that we can not only achieve a fourth place finish this May but that we can mount a genuine challenge for second place.

    All will unfold over the next 10 weeks

     


  2. Klopp: We Are Still In The Battle

    Jurgen Klopp insists that Liverpool are still in the battle for the coveted top four places in this years Premier League.

    The Liverpool boss was quizzed after yesterday’s 1 – 1 draw with fellow top four battlers, Manchester City on whether Liverpool would be made to rue the dropped points to lesser teams during this premier league campaign.

    Klopp responded, “We are still in the battle. That’s how it is. It’s important but we have to improve. I know a lot of reasons why we couldn’t, but it’s a long term project.”

    “If I have to wake up every morning and think ‘Oh my God, we lost the points here and there’, it wouldn’t make any difficult so I don’t do it.”

    “I am really focused on the moment. If I think about something then it’s about the future. The rest in done with analysis.”

    “We could have done better in the other games. There is one outstanding consistent side this year and they will be champions, that’s well deserved and then all the rest fight with all we have for the Champions League.”

    “If we do it then it’s a success, if we don’t then we will be disappointed but it would not stop working and believing in this project. We are really convinced about the circumstances we have and we want to use it.”

    Liverpool face Everton at Anfield on Saturday, April 1st after the international break and Klopp added, “The next game against Everton, they are quite impressive, it’s not only a derby but another very important game.”

    “We send the boys around the world to their national team and hopefully they come back healthy. Then we go again.”


  3. Sturridge Leaves Liverpool Training Camp

    Daniel Sturridge has returned to Liverpool early from the Reds warm weather training camp at La Manga in Spain.

    The 27 year old has reportedly been suffering from a virus all week but still wanted to travel with the squad in the hope that it would improve enough for him to train.

    He didn’t train with the rest of the team on Thursday and after being assessed by Liverpool medical staff, it was decided that he wouldn’t be able to take part in any of the training.

    Sturridge returned to Liverpool today ahead of the rest of the team, who will return on Sunday.

    He is the second player in the last few weeks to suffer from a virus as Ragnar Klavan missed some of last weeks training with a similar ailment.

    Sturridge took to Instagram to reassure fans that he’ll be back in training next week.

     

    lil virus ting. Nothing crazy I’ll be training when the boys gets back. Contagious ting. No risk…. ✌🏾

    A post shared by Daniel Sturridge – Dstudge (@iamdanielsturridge) on


  4. Match Report: Liverpool 2 Spurs 0

    Liverpool showed creativity, composure and discipline by beating Tottenham Hotspur by 2 goals to nil at Anfield today to narrow the gap to second place to just one point.

    It was a tale of two halves as Liverpool showed great qualities in both attack and defence.

    The first half was a case of overloading Spurs and pressing them at every opportunity while the second half was an example of how to contain a team while still managing to create chances.

    Mane showed that Ben Davies was the weak link in Spurs side very early on and Liverpool took full advantage of it down that right hand side.

    From the four tackles Davies attempted during the game, only one was successful and he was caught out for pace and position on a regular basis.

    The first 20 minutes set the tone for the rest of the game. Mane put in a man of the match performance as he drew save after save from Hugo Lloris as well as putting two past him showing exactly what we have been lacking during January while he was away at the African Cup of Nations.

    Any questions of an AFCON hangover were put to bed after 20 minutes with 2 goals in 138 seconds and he continued to prove a thorn in the Spurs defence until he was replaced in the 92nd minute by Trent Alexander-Arnold.

    Spurs never really threatened even though Liverpool were not at full strength at the back.

    Lovren missed today’s game with minor injury and Klavan didn’t play much of a part in training during the week, having suffered with a virus.

    Klavan made the bench but Lucas got the nod ahead of him in the starting line up at the back.

    Lucas made sure Harry Kane didn’t get into today’s game and was replaced by Klavan in the 81st minute.

    Gini Wijnaldum was exceptional today and proved the point that Emre Can and Jordan Henderson should not start in the same line up.

    The second half saw Spurs come into the match a bit more but the frustration grew as did the card count for both Spurs and Liverpool as the game became a lot more scrappy.

    Liverpool just edged the possession with 51% to Spurs 49% but created twice as many chances as Spurs with 10 chances created.

    Liverpool had 17 shots with 13 of them coming in the first half compared to Spurs 7 with a passing accuracy stat of 72% compared to Spurs 70%.

    Speaking after the game, Jurgen Klopp praised his players saying, “every single one of them gave everything during the game.”

    “We had to show reaction and the reaction was perfect. “

    He continued by saying that there were a few outstanding performances today, naming Henderson and Wijnaldum as stand out players while also singling out Firmino by saying, “I never saw a better performance from a striker without scoring.”

    When asked about the performance in an interview with BT Sport after the game, Jordan Henderson said, “Even without the ball we looked good.”

    He continued by saying, “We need to play like that every week no matter who it’s against”

    Pochettino on the other hand was very critical of his side’s performance saying, “Liverpool were better and fully deserved the win. We were sloppy.”

    “In the second half we reached the same level as Liverpool but it was too late. We were very poor first half.”

    He refused to single out the defence and said that the whole team was poor.

    When asked about his team’s challenge for the title, he said, “Based on the first 45 minutes, that is not a team ready to challenge for the Premier League”

    Steven Gerrard said in his punditry for BT after the match that, “Liverpool never gave Spurs a chance to breathe today.”

    Liverpool now head into a two week break with our next game away to Leicester on Monday February 29th.

    Jurgen Klopp will be hoping that the time spent with the squad help to achieve his goal of winning the final 13 games.


  5. Liverpool Find Unlikely Backer In Neville

    Liverpool have found an unlikely backer in Gary Neville after the Reds suffered a mid season slump after exits from both the FA and EFL cups and hard to swallow defeats to Swansea and Hull who are both battling relegation.

    Gary Neville has tipped Liverpool to improve over the remainder of the season as their hectic schedule of games has come to an abrupt end.

    Neville said,  “Liverpool had a period where they could pick the same side, they had that week to prepare. The minute that that squad hit three games a week, with the way that they play, was always going to hurt them. You cannot play that way three times a week.”

    “When you are leaving six players back at base, it causes disruption, it disrupts the squad and the squad isn’t good enough.”

    “Liverpool will get stronger as the season goes on. Now they are out of the cups, they are back to that period where they will have a week between games, and that is when they get can get their energy up and become devastating.”

     

    “Next season, when they potentially get back into Europe, they will have to strengthen the squad.”


  6. Gerrard Confirms MK Dons Jobs Rejection

    There have been a number of reports over the last few days about Steven Gerrard being offered the managerial position at MK Dons.

    It emerged yesterday that the former Liverpool captain rejected the offer after speaking with MK Dons chairman, Pete Winkelman.

    Speaking to BT Sport, he confirmed that he was indeed offered the job of replacing Karl Robinson at the League One side saying:  “I’m just taking a bit of time to consider what’s next. Exciting times moving forward.”

    “I spoke to MK Dons. I had a chat with the chairman, it’s a very exciting job for somebody else but it’s a bit soon for me.”

    “But it’s true, I did speak to them.”

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    Gerrard is back on Merseyside weighing up his options after his 18 month contract with LA Galaxy ended and is reported to be in talks with Liverpool over the possibility of taking up a coaching role at the club.

    He has previous experience coaching at youth level with the Liverpool under 16’s as well as working with the England under 18’s.

    We discussed Steven Gerrards return at length on our last podcast. Listen below.

    Listen to “Southampton v Liverpool Match Review & Philippe Coutinho Rumours” on Spreaker.


  7. Classy Milner Speaks About His Role Under Klopp

    James Milner has yet again shown his class by speaking out about his role in Jurgen Klopp’s team.

    The 30 year old who has played the majority of games at left back for the reds this season spoke to the Liverpool Echo.

    “It is down to me to make sure Liverpool don’t buy a left back.”

    “Klopp doesn’t owe me anything. I am a Liverpool player, he is the manager, he picks the best team to win and it is my job to make sure that what is best for Liverpool is me.”

    “You read a lot about players not being honourable and loyal, but clubs are not loyal to players either. But we know what business it is.”

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    ”A left back for Jurgen Klopp is going to be playing a lot different to a left back for another manager.”

    “I would find it harder playing left back for another manager in another system because Jurgen likes his full backs to play, he wants his teams to be fluid.”

    “There are going to be times when I will end up in centre midfield and centre midfield will be covering me.”

    Milner has been like a breath of fresh air sonce signing for Liverpool lasy year and has established himself as one of the first names on Jurgen Klopp’s team sheet.

    He has been one of our most consistent players since signing from Manchester City on a free transfer and has been the consumate professional throughout.

    Daniel Sturridge and Mamadou Sakho could learn a thing or two from James Milner.


  8. Whelan: Liverpool Have Tools To End Title Famine

    Former Liverpool player, Ronnie Whelan has been talking up Liverpool’s title challenging credentials, saying that we now look a more balanced team than we were under our previous title challenge in 2014  but also than last year’s team under Klopp.

    Writing in his column for The Irish Independent, Whelan said, “That was a statement, and a very significant one too. Liverpool have a real title challenge on and Jurgen Klopp’s victory grin had a feral look to it.”

    “Most people were celebrating the goals Liverpool scored against Watford and the overwhelming momentum Klopp’s team was able to build up and sustain over a full game, but I saw other things which made me even happier. I saw a much better balance to the team.”

    “I remember during the first four or five months of Brendan Rodgers’ run at the title feeling distinctly queasy about climbing on any bandwagon for two reasons.”

    “The team had a bad habit of winning big and failing against weaker opposition and Rodgers had very few options to bring off the bench.”

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    “Liverpool had a huge win over Arsenal in early February, 2014 and I remember challenging them to go and stamp their authority on Fulham in their next game at Craven Cottage.”

    “They went behind twice and left it until a Stevie Gerrard penalty in the 90th minute to win it and launch themselves on a real title chase.”

    “Just a month ago, I still had some of the same doubts about Liverpool. I was concerned about brittleness at the back and inconsistency.”

    “But against Watford, I saw defenders put their foot through the ball at the right time. I saw pragmatism at the back.”

    Roberto Firmino celebrates after scoring for Liverpool against Watford at Anfield

    Roberto Firmino celebrates after scoring for Liverpool against Watford at Anfield

    “It’s great to play the ball out when it’s right to do it but sometimes it’s a much better option to just play it long. As a result, when Watford came back at Liverpool, they only got one.”

    “In Rodgers’ time, that game might have ended 5-4 and even a year ago under Klopp, Liverpool would probably have conceded more.”

    “However, this time when they had a dip, Watford scored but the response was a bit like Ireland when the All-Blacks inched to within four points of them in Chicago.”

    “They put their heads down and went again. On came Daniel Sturridge and Gerogino Wijnaldum and Watford were pinned back again as shots peppered substitute goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.”

    “It was great to see and very encouraging. We knew Klopp had a plan and I think this was the closest the players have come to executing it fully.”

    Whelan also took the time to give weight to a Bill Shankly adage about being the best team on Merseyside by making refernce to the contrasting fortunes of Liverpool and Everton over the weekend.

    “What a contrast with Ronald Koeman and Everton. Just a few months ago, everyone wondered whether Liverpool would be the best club on Merseyside, never mind in England.”

    “The goal difference between the two teams shifted by 10 in Liverpool’s favour in one day”

    This article probably wont go down well with one Watford fan as yet another Liverpool legend has come out in praise of Klopps team but such is life when you’re winning. Must remember to post this on “The Hornet’s Nest” Watford Fans Forum.

     


  9. Impressive Liverpool Top Of The Table

    After 11 games with 4 wins at home, 4 on the road, only dropping two points at home and 5 on the road, the Klopp factor has well and truly taken shape.

    We look an unstoppable force at the moment, playing amazing football. We know we are one of most inform teams in this seasons premier league. We have no fear with Man City, Arsenal and Spurs all dropping points over the weekend and we needed a massive performance against a Watford team that beat us 3 – 0 last season. Boy did we get one!

    To be honest I thought we would find it hard and it did take us a good 20 minutes to get into the game, but when Mane scored the opening goal with a perfectly placed header, the flood gates opened.

    Coutinho is on another level and reinforced the reason why we need to do everything we can to keep him on the 30th minute when he fired home from Firmino’s pass.

    We let Watford come at us for a bit after that but caught them with great attacking play, leading with Lallana’s cross to Emre Can on forty three minutes to end a nice first half for Klopp’s men.

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    The Second half was a similar story with lots of pressure from Liverpool with Watford soaking it up. Lallana yet again turned provider and set up Firmino on the 57th minute before Firmino himself became the provider for Mane on 60 minutes making it 5-0 to Liverpool.

    We became a bit sloppy at the back and allowed Janmaat score a consolation in the 75th minute, which did not go down well with Klopp as was evident on his face immediately afterwards.

    Sturridge came on and had some great chances to score but the Watford keeper made one of greatest saves from a opposing keeper at the Kop end by pushing Sturridge’s shot onto crossbar.

    It was not Daniel’s day as yet again Costel Pantilimon saved another effort from him and pushed it out for a corner.

    Liverpool took a quick and deadly corner and yet again opened up Watford’s defence. The goalkeeper parried another Sturridge shot away but it fell straight into the path of Wijnaldum who scored  his first goal for the club to make it Liverpool 6, Watford 1.

    Who needs Suarez? was sung by Liverpool fans and rightly so. We look like Liverpool of old resurgent in 2017 having not lost a home game and let’s hope it keeps going.

    We are up there fighting among the top teams and I feel I can say now, we have the look of title challengers.


  10. This Watford Fan Thinks Klopp Is A Fraud

    A Watford fan has published their thoughts on the Watford fans forum, The Hornet’s Nest and it was clear that he or she was not impressed by what they saw of Liverpool prior to yesterday’s 6 – 1 demolition.

    The rant included some pretty funny comments that I have to admit, made me laugh though as they took a pop at everyone from Sky Sports to basically all of the Liverpool legends.

    “I can’t believe how much ridiculous media hype Liverpool are getting this year. Even at lunch on Sky Sports today, they had Phil Thompson spouting his 5 reasons that they will win the league. I’m sure one of which was that they had 11 players starting each game.”

    “It was pretty much “1. Jurgen Klopp is the new saviour of the world. 2. We’ve got 11 players starting every game. 3. We’re the mighty Liverpool. 4. Jurgen Klopp is the new saviour of the world. (did I already say that?)”.

    “What a load of utter tripe. ”

    “Every day a random old Liverpool player is rolled out in front of us to tell us how fantastically amazing everything is with Liverpool and the new saviour.”

    ‘This love in with Jurgen Klopp “ooh Jurgen we love you”, “ooh Jurgen, how amazing it was that you broke your glasses because you’re such an awesome guy that you just love your amazing team and your amazing self so much”, “ooh Jurgen what a great formation you put out”, “Ooh Jurgen what was the secret behind your amazing transformation of the greatest football team in the world”, “Ooh Jurgen when you win the league with your amazing team, what’s the first thing your amazing self will amazingly be doing to celebrate how absolutely fantastic you and you team are”. “Ooh Jurgen what colour are your underpants this evening”.

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    “It’s like utterly ridiculous. Bonkers. Why is everyone in the media so desperate for Liverpool to do so well that they orgasm every time they get to spout out some other c**p about what a great and fantastic team Jurgen Klopp is creating and how wonderful it is that he has graced the humble premier league with his almighty presence.” (Editor’s note – I had to take a break to breath after I completed that sentence as there was no punctuation whatsoever used)

    “Why are they all so desperate for this second rate team to get back to the heights of success they really had so, so, so long ago now. I mean, they last won the league 26 years ago. TWENTY SIX YEARS AGO. It’s not like they’ve fallen recently. They’ve not been champions for 26 years. Get over it media. Get goddamn over it.”

    “Now I have absolutely nothing personal against Liverpool. (Editors Note – Really?) Heck it would be good for a second team of minnows (Editor’s Note – Minnows???) in a row to topple the other giants of English football. But this media love in is just sickening.”

    “We need to stuff them… Heck, even if we stuffed them 5-0 the media would massage Jurgen’s ego telling him how it’s the awful ugly side of English football that some little brats like Watford can come along and have the audacity of winning at the famous Liverpool in front of the awesome and most amazing fans in the world on the Kop, and ruining his perfectly good day.” (Editor’s Note – I had to take another break there)

    “The papers the next day would be full of how amazing Jurgen is that he showed such god-like composure after the defeat and how he’s so amazing that he will turn it around and “oh when he almost lost his glasses again, whadda super guy.”

    “The Telegraph would have a field day about how we had 11 men on the pitch, that one of our players got on the bus without a ticket so should be investigated, or that Capoue’s socks were 2mm higher that the premier league regulation 32 mm below the knee so the game should be forfeit and awarded to the glorious and obviously cheated Liverpool.”

    “1-3 Watford.”

    Liverpool 6 Watford 1

    Scene’s broadcast during yesterday’s stuffing, (Editor’s Note – yes, I’m using the word stuffing as it was so eloquently used by this Watford fan so it seemed fitting) showed Watford fans preferring to check their phones rather than watch the utter annihilation of their team that had unfolded in front of them.

    Maybe the person responsible for writing the piece on the fans forum should have used the opportunity to remove the post to avoid another stuffing in articles like this.

    Heck, I enjoyed the game.