Day: 8 March 2018

The Optimist Friends of Liverpool

The ‘impressed’ Optimist

Two games, two wins. There’s not much more you can ask for from one hundred and eighty minutes of football. At the end of the day statistics don’t win games, goals do. Passing stats don’t gain you points, wins do. Don’t get me wrong, dominating the play and having impressive passing stats is nice (Liverpool […]

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Afternoon Bulletin

Firmino CL draw hope, Can deal off until the end of the season

No charge for Brewster incident UEFA have found that there was no evidence to support a racial complaint made by Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster. Brewster made a complaint against Spartak Moscow U19’s captain Leonid Mironov after the clash between the two sides in the UEFA Youth League at Prenton Park in December. After a lengthy […]

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Jurgen Klopp

5 Reasons To Believe That Jurgen Klopp Is Building A Side Capable Of Winning The League Next Season

The date was October 9th 2015.  Just 5 days after the sacking of Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool Football Club’s new manager was making his debut in front of the media; his name was Jurgen Klopp. Mesmerised by the German, journalists wondered if he could be the next manager to take the Premier League by storm. Comparisons […]

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Friends Of Liverpool

The Slippery Slope: Against Modern football

What’s happened to the game I fell in love with, kicking that rag ball around the streets and dreaming of scoring a goal in front of my adoring fans? Yes, being young you have innocent dreams but those dreams came about by pretending to be my hero on a muddy field and not in the […]

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