Day: 22 March 2018

A Liverpool Classic: Out Of The Fog, A Legend Was Born

On the 7th of December 1966, football entered a new chapter, the English way of playing started to become diluted with a foreign substance called ‘total football’. A game defined in the history books as ‘De Mistwedstrijd’ (the fog contest), led to one of the most fascinating conceptions of a European superpower. On this day […]

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The Optimist Friends of Liverpool

The ‘stunned’ Optimist

Let’s get one thing straight. We’re in March now – there are no easy games. You can look at our remaining fixtures and say they are ‘favourable’ as much as you like. But there are some really tricky games in there. We are notoriously poor at Selhurst Park, our next destination. The Merseyside derby is […]

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Afternoon Bulletin

U23s knocked out the cup, Can aims for ‘very big club’ and Wijnaldum talks about illness

Liverpool U23s out of cup Liverpool U23s were knocked out of the Premier League Cup last night after losing 3-1 to Middlesbrough. Neil Critchley’s men went out at the last-16 stage of the competition after a hat-trick from Boro’s Mitchell Curry. Matthew Virtue scored a consolation goal for Liverpool but it failed to spark a […]

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Naby Keita

Another glimpse of Naby Keita conveys how important a signing he may become

Liverpool fans were once again given reasons for a bright future at the club with a phenomenal victory against Watford on Saturday night, with Mohamed Salah proving just how special he really is with four goals in the 5-0 thrashing. With Virgil van Dijk guiding the Reds to another clean sheet, there were plenty of […]

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