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Tag Archives: Barclays Premier League
Many moons ago (roughly ten), last season ended in glorious failure, of sorts, for Liverpool Football Club and its fans. That failure (to get a point against Chelsea/to keep a lead against Palace) was however, very much tempered by the … Continue reading
As the Barclay’s Premier League roars down the home straight in 2013/14, two of the three title contenders come face to face on Sunday in a duel which will have an immense impact on the final destination of this year’s … 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 around a quarter of the season left to play, the battle for Premier League survival is reaching fever-pitch. By my reckoning there are six teams who remain in real peril and last weekend saw all of them in action … 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
With 22 games gone in the Barclays Premier League, the 2012/13 campaign is well over the half-way point. One of the biggest surprises to many onlookers this season has been the steady demise of Newcastle United. Granted, many people realised … Continue reading