Fulham 2-3 Liverpool – “We Are Not Title Contenders”

  By Jonathan Carroll   Brendan Rodgers post match interview with Martin Tyler on Wednesday night included a reference from Tyler that Steven Gerrard's winning penalty and the resulting celebration was one of possible title contenders. Rodgers didn't agree with Tyler but instead wisely opted with the route "we've got to keep pushing". While no direct acceptance was made in relation to Liverpool being... Continue Reading →

Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal – Rodgers Small Squad Setting Solid Foundations

Picture courtesy of liverpoolfc.com   By Jonathan Carroll After leaving the Hawthorne's last Sunday, Kolo Toure was chastised as the villain of the piece. Obviously his high profile mistake cost the reds three valuable points. On Saturday the former Arsenal defender set about correcting his West Brom nightmare with a sold performance against his former team. The good news for all... Continue Reading →

Liverpool 2-2 Aston Villa – Complacency Costs Reds

Picture courtesy of liverpoolfc.com By Jonathan Carroll Following a fantastic away win at Stoke City where Liverpool were previously winless in the Premier league, Brendan Rodgers readied his team for the visit of Aston Villa as well as John Henry from Boston. There was a certain complacency with the tactics used on Saturday as Rodgers looked to utilize Steven Gerrard... Continue Reading →

Stoke 3-5 Liverpool – The Playground Football Approach

Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com   By Jonathan Carroll   Liverpool went to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday afternoon looking for their first win there in the Premier League against a historically physically tough and dogged Stoke City team. The result may have surprised even Liverpool supporters and may have shocked everyone by which they achieved the... Continue Reading →

Sunderland 1-3 Liverpool – Suarez and Sturridge Shine

  By Jonathan Carroll In a game that was defined by Liverpool's response following Sunderland's goal showed that even though Liverpool were far from top class they still done enough to win the game and claim all three points. It was the lethal combination of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge that took Sunderland apart and keeps them rooted... Continue Reading →

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