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  • Liverpool 0 Atalanta 3 (Apr 11 2024)

    Tell me, could you possibly be the same Liverpool Gladstone Trotter who, in 1992, fell down the cellar of Spartak Moscow, and received one hundred pounds compensation? I can’t remember that far back sir.   Well, let’s try a more recent case then. Could you be the same Liverpool Gladstone Trotter who, in 1995, fell down the cellar of Brondby, and received a two hundred and twenty five pound out of court settlement?   Me mind’s a blank!   Maybe you were the same Li

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  • Salah: Gakpo and Darwin are vital factors to our success

    Mo Salah has detailed how valued Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez are within the Liverpool camp.   The two 24 year-old forwards  came to the club last season, a campaign which was marked by its inconsistency on a  overall team level.   Despite the fragile confidence level of the team, both Nunez and Gakpo performed adequately in their debut campaign (Nunez 15 in 42 appearances) while Gakpo arrived midway through the season from PSV when the Reds were suffering a true crisis of con

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    Kelleher: I have always believed in my own ability

    Caoimhin Kelleher has had to bide his time but he is now showing the footballing public the great qualities he possesses as a goalkeeper on a consistent basis.   There is often no middle ground being a keeper, you can either be the hero or the villain. where all fingers are pointed.   It is a harsh predicament and for those who are not yet established as a number one option, quite a cutthroat occupation as any mistake could quite easily see them lose their spot in the first t

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    Van Dijk: FA Cup defeat is still fresh in our minds

    Liverpool captain Virgil Van Dijk has spoken about the hurt that the squad felt after their heartbreaking extra-time defeat to Man United in the FA Cup.   Three weeks down the line and the league leaders are preparing themselves to meet their bitter rivals at Old Trafford once again and very keen to extinguish those bitter memories.   The cup defeat will arguably go down as one of the more infuriating in recent times as for most of the game, it seemed like the visitors were i

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  • That was the Week that Was (Apr 8-12 2024)

    Monday Apr 8:   “Amorim has verbally agreed to join us”, say a load of twitter bluffers. “No he hasn’t, the Reds are still doing their due diligence” say the LFC reporters. I know who I believe, and it’s not the likes of that Pletigoal jabroni from Sky Germany, who two weeks ago said Alonso was joining Bayern. It probably is Amorim, it feels inevitable now, but it won’t be finalised as up until a couple of weeks ago we were still in talks with Alonso.   Sporting are going for

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    Liverpool 0 Atalanta 3 (Apr 11 2024)

    Tell me, could you possibly be the same Liverpool Gladstone Trotter who, in 1992, fell down the cellar of Spartak Moscow, and received one hundred pounds compensation? I can’t remember that far back sir.   Well, let’s try a more recent case then. Could you be the same Liverpool Gladstone Trotter who, in 1995, fell down the cellar of Brondby, and received a two hundred and twenty five pound out of court settlement?   Me mind’s a blank!   Maybe you were the same Li

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    Premier League Round Up (Apr 6-7 2024)

    Another weekend dominated by refs and VAR as controversial decisions for Arsenal and Man City, plus yet another one against Wolves ensured the officials were the biggest talking point of the weekend once more. It’s par for the course now and even when they’re right it’s still a shitstorm.   I’ll start with City’s trip to Palace. The only thing I’ve seen from the game are clips on twitter of the Palace opening goal by Mateta (who looks a different player since the managerial change) and

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    Manchester United 2 Liverpool 2 (Apr 7 2024)

    Not beating this dogshit Man United side once can be put down to bad luck. Not beating them twice is careless. Failing to beat this fucking horrendous shambles of a United side on THREE occasions is embarrassing and inexcusable. It’s going to take a long time for me to get over this one, unless of course we somehow still end up winning the title.   That’s no longer in our hands though. It was before this fucking debacle. Everything that had gone before this weekend was irrelevant as it

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    That was the Week that Was (Apr 1-5 2024)

    Monday Apr 1:   Been thinking about what I said last week about not having any better suggestions than the managers that have been linked with us so far, which is basically Amorim and De Zerbi as there hasn’t really been any credible links to anyone else. It’s a sad state of affairs that neither of those feel right at all and I don’t want either, but there isn’t anyone else who ticks all boxes either. So if there’s no-one who ticks every box, no clear outstanding candidate, then should

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