Tag Archive | Andy Carroll

It’s curtains until January….

Transfer windows.  They divide the football community.  Some love them, with the drama they bring; others loathe that they carry on until the season has started.  I do prefer them to when transfers could happen all season long, but in recent years Liverpool have done so badly in them that it’s almost like it would […]

Isn’t it about time I made a post about Liverpool??

Haven’t really posted on here about Liverpool for a while now.  Mostly that’s down to the fact that I just haven’t found the time to get on here and blog.  As my kid gets bigger and more active, it’s just more enjoyable to spend time chasing him around and cleaning up after him than it […]

Borini becomes LIverpool’s First Signing, and Maxi departs

So, we finally have Brendan Rodgers’ first transfer market dealing, and I have to say its not a bad one at all.  For a relatively low fee of 8 million pounds, Liverpool have signed the services of a 21 year old Italian international, Fabio Borini.  With him being only 21, he is one that would […]

Liverpool Wave Goodbye to Anfield Crowd in style

So here we are, finally near the end of a long and ardous journey in the Premiership.  With the last game being away, last night’s game against Chelsea brought with a chance for the various stars to say goodbye to the Anfield crowd for this season.  That meant the various players being able to walk […]

Liverpool Lose their way

No matter what any other team’s fans say when they’re not in them, FA Cup Finals still have that aura of greatness about them.  Football’s oldest cup competition, where any team in England (and some from Wales) get a chance for a dream.  Of course not many get to go all the way, but it […]

It’s just like buses……

Until we reached the Carling Cup final, so much had been made about us not having been to Wembley in so long, and now here we are, on our way to Wembley for the third time in the space of as many months.  Let’s hope that when we do play at Wembley for the third […]

Bad day out for Liverpool

Liverpool started the day behind Everton and 8 points adrift of Newcastle.  A win was a must if we were to get a degree of respectability back into the league season, and it would have also stopped the rot that threatens to ruin the semifinal at Wembley.  Confidence is a huge thing, but the way […]