Tag Archive | Premier League

What a difference a week makes… oh wait hang on….

Last two games saw us win one nil.  Up next was United.  Would I be happy with another one nil…. you betcha.  Did I expect it?  No… not in the slightest.  Now that’s not to say I didn’t think we could win, on the contrary.  The thing is Toure was out injured, and van Persie […]

Liverpool’s new manager – Brendan Rodgers

So Friday marked a busy day in Liverpool’s post season.  First there was the launch of the new kit, which is a true work of art.  I found out on Friday that Warrior has set up a new website just for Asia (actually also includes Australia and New Zealand).  Until Monday, you can get free […]

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 […]

Suarez returns to a bore draw at Anfield

It’s like he was never gone, he comes back into the line up, gets to play at Anfield, gets a great reception from the crowd and he sees us draw again; at Anfield.  Still at least it wasn’t a loss.

The Return of Suarez

Liverpool’s victory over Wolves also marked the end of Suarez’s 8 game ban.  That means he will be eligible to be picked for the home game against Spurs, followed by the away game against United.  I expect between now and Monday there will be a lot of headlines that involve Suarez, and his return.  So […]

Liverpool trounce Wolves despite great keeping from Hennessey

Deadline day saw Liverpool travel to Wolves for the last premiership game of January 2012.  They had asked to delay the game by 24 hours in a bid to conclude their transfer business but were rejected by Mick McCarthy.  Liverpool went on to beat Wolves 3 nil with goals from Carroll, Bellamy and Kuyt.  It […]

Transfer deadline passes without any major news

So it came and pretty much went.  In complete contrast to last year, it seems that there were hardly any notable signings for the top teams in the EPL.  The biggest signings seem to have been Cahill and de Bruyne to Chelsea.  One possible explanation may come from the below article: http://thefcf.co.uk/2012/01/25/transfer-market-aware/10781/