Liverpool (1) Crystal Palace (3): Reds Hit a New Low With Latest Croydon Collapse

It’s a comedy of errors, but no one, bar the rest of the league, is laughing as Liverpool continue their winless streak with a gutless performance against Premier League basement dwellers Crystal Palace. Well, they were in the basement, anyway. The Eagles weathered an early storm to pull level through Dwight Gayle after Rickie Lambert scored…

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It’s the Fear of the Unknown: Crystal Palace Match Preview

I think I’d be justified in saying that, after the events of last season anyway, I hate Selhurst Park. There’s no way to talk about Liverpool visiting Crystal Palace without talking about the last time we took a trip there, so let’s just get that out of the way, shall we? With the title seemingly…

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Crystal Palace Buildup: Warnock to Put One Over, McArthur’s in a Race and Kelly Wants the Points

Crystal Palace will be a bit sore at coming up shy against Manchester United just under fortnight ago when the Red Devils claimed a now increasingly rare win against Neil Warnock’s side, but the Eagles are back at it on Sunday and they’ll have another chance at scalping one of the big boys when Liverpool…

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Liverpool (1) Chelsea (2): Third Loss in a Week Sees Reds Dip Even Lower

There’s no way to hide from the numbers; quality of opposition aside, losing three matches in the span of seven days is a tough go for any team, and when you’re Liverpool football club, it borders on unacceptable. It was Newcastle United last weekend, Real Madrid midweek and now Chelsea earlier today with a single…

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Liverpool (0) Real Madrid (1): Points to Ponder as Reds Edged Out in Spain

By the time the team-sheet was announced, you’d have been excused for suggesting that Liverpool had sacrificed further progression in this season’s Champions League in order to focus on qualifying again next year. By the final whistle, it was hard to know how to feel. Reds boss Brendan Rodgers made wholesale changes to the side…

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November 22, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Video courtesy of Suleyman Sahin

Ahead of Liverpool’s meeting with Crystal Palace tomorrow, in Reds boss Brendan Rodgers pre-match press conference, the Northern Irishman took some time to discuss the latest injury setback suffered by Daniel Sturridge and to rubbish reports that Lille striker Divock Origi — currently on loan from the Anfield outfit — would be recalled early.

November 22, 2014 · by Steven McMillan · Match Preview, Premier League

Skretel and Sterling get ready for the Eagles

I think I’d be justified in saying that, after the events of last season anyway, I hate Selhurst Park. There’s no way to talk about Liverpool visiting Crystal Palace without talking about the last time we took a trip there, so let’s just get that out of the way, shall we?

With the title seemingly in our grasp, we chucked away a three goal lead to all but hand Manchester City their second title in only three years. Steven Gerrard’s slip against Chelsea the week before may have been tagged for all eternity as the seminal moment that our title chances squirmed through our fingers, but if you ask me, that Monday night in London was really where the dream truly died. Did I mention how much I hate Selhurst Park?

November 22, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Close to a new deal

A lot has changed since Reds boss Brendan Rodgers and young winger Raheem Sterling butted heads on TV documentary Being: Liverpool. The 19-year old is now one of the leading figures for not only the Anfield outfit, but the senior England team as well.

While that might sound like a whole lot of responsibility for a player that’s still so young, his manager is quick to point out that he’s no longer the same guy that had a pop at him in front of the cameras. “It is incredible to think that just two years later he is carrying all those hopes on his shoulders for country and club,” said Rodgers when asked about the new-found maturity of the youngster. “He is growing up and gaining experience all the time. This last period has been difficult for everyone but he has handled it really well. It is something I now expect from him because he has matured a lot.”

November 22, 2014 · by News Desk · News, Video

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With Liverpool mired in the bottom half of the table going into December, it might seem a bit pie in the sky to be dreaming of a fourth place finish in May, but Reds midfielder Adam Lallana isn’t about to give up hope of securing Champions League football for a second successive season — or bagging a trophy to go along with it.

November 21, 2014 · by News Desk · News

Get well soon

Despite suffering one injury setback already during his ten week absence, the news that Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is set to miss another six weeks with a new thigh problem has come as a shock to both the club and Kopites everywhere.

The 24-year old, who had returned to full training with the club ahead of Sunday’s trip to Selhurst Park, will now be on the treatment table for the foreseeable future — something that has devastated him according to Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson. “It is a big blow, not only for the team but for him as well” he told ESPN FC when asked about the striker. “He is devastated, at a really low point really because he was looking forward to getting back playing. He felt good so it is disappointing for us as a team and him personally.”

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