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Tag Archives: Arsenal
Football has returned, finally! Club football I mean, the good stuff, the stuff that matters. Yes, the Premier League kicked off its new season last Saturday and, by now, all 20 clubs involved have played their opening two matches. The … Continue reading
In this shorter than usual post, I’ll be looking at a topical talking point which has been thrown up by this week’s Champions League matches, specifically those involving English clubs. The issue in question is (in case you hadn’t … Continue reading
Pre-game nerves, lingering doubts over top four credentials, residual post transfer deadline blues, concerns over squad strength, fears of being overrun in midfield, pessimistic predictions of an “inevitable” slide down the league, were all cleansed from the minds of Liverpool supporters … Continue reading
The new Barclays Premier League season is (almost) four games old, and at this early stage of the campaign, Liverpool Football Club sit in joint first position. It’s been a long time since the Reds occupied the top spot, even … Continue reading
With just twelve games left to go in the Barclays Premier League, Brendan Rodgers first season in charge of LFC is treading a fine line between relative success and what will be seen by many as abject failure. After a … Continue reading
It’s been a long season for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool Football Club and it’s only just over halfway through. The Reds have played over thirty-five competitive games in the campaign to date and could, potentially, play another twenty-five matches before … Continue reading