Henderson Artwork by Ismael Alabado Rodriguez
With two games left to play, it’s pretty safe to say that Liverpool FC has had a pretty good season this year- in both Europe and England. A brilliant season, if you consider the net spend, and the (lack of) depth. If all goes well,
Manchester United came out on top in the battle for second place against Liverpool as Marcus Rashford found the net twice,further staking his claiming for a place in the starting XI.
"Rashford meanwhile got his first goals of that year, to make it three wins in a row for United, and
Manchester United and Liverpool will meet today at Old Trafford for what promises to be an exciting affair with Champions league qualification up for grabs as the two sides are only separated by 2 points.
Liverpool, buoyed by their progression to the Champions League quarter finals for the first time in
(© AFP 2017). Mohamed Salah's 32nd goal of a remarkable season helped lift Liverpool into second place in the Premier League after a 2-0 victory on Saturday at home to a Newcastle United side managed by former Reds boss Rafael Benitez.
Sadio Mane, with his 14th goal of the season, was
”If we can, the club will do everything possible to match the value of the player. If they end up going to another club that is difficult to take. But you can't worry about it, you've just got to keep looking forward."
Brendan Rodgers was left bitterly disappointed late in the
Somewhere in the middle of the first half of the season ,it can be said that the very foundation has been set for the plot to unfold.Manchester City are pulling away and there are ominous signs for the others in the top-6. With the Terriers pulling out a shocker and
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has uncovered that Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho is probably not going to play against Manchester City this end of the week as they keep on managing the back damage which has kept him out of club activity so far this season.
The news comes as a shock
The importance of the Defensive Midfielder in football today. In theory, football is (should be) a simple game. Eleven players attempting to put the ball in a net, in the process moving it among themselves and keeping it away from the grasp of the opposing team. In practice though, the
This fixture never fails to disappoint. Over the years, Liverpool vs Arsenal has been an action packed fixture filled with mesmerizing attacking play. This stems from the fact that both teams attack better than they defend. This time though, Liverpool’s attack absolutely dismantled the Arsenal defense whereas the Arsenal attack
We’ve seen a steady inflow of attacking talent into this Liverpool squad over the past 3 years. Varun Shah gives his take on the strongest Liverpool XI that we might see this year.
Disclaimer: I am an Arsenal fan, this article is written because I am a fan of the phenomenon