Friends Of Liverpool

After Sunday’s demolition job on Aston Villa with 6 Liverpool players all scoring goals to defeat the hapless Villians 6-0.

I was just wondering and hoping that Liverpool FC had finally exorcised the demons of the 2014 Campaign where we nearly won The League.

It has seemed as if we have never gotten over that near miss for the Premier League title we all want so badly.

Players have suffered and departed, Managers have gone also, yet the Pall has remained, the hangover, the near miss has haunted Liverpool FC and all Reds supporters far and wide.

A Season or so of poor results, the departures of Luis Suarez and Steve Gerrard, the major catalogue of injuries to Daniel Sturridge in particular has put paid to Liverpool’s hopes of replicating the type of form needed

Until now.

Daniel Sturridge has been injured for most of the last year and Liverpool FC have sorely missed him.
This is not to say we are a one-man team as we are clearly much more than that, but the minute he scored that header against Villa, Liverpool as a team, began to believe again.

Gone were the shackles from before, replaced instead by a re-found confidence and belief in what this club is all about.

In scoring six goals against Aston Villa, Liverpool have given themselves the perfect platform to finish this Season on a high.


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