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Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez Continues to Thrive With Philippe Coutinho

Posted on 11 Mar, 2013, by in Soccer

It was Steven Gerrard who got to have the final say in a thrilling and vital win at Anfield for Liverpool, but make no mistake. Luis Suarez, with his scoring ability and everything good and bad that goes along with it, enhanced by the arrival of Philippe Coutinho, was the main reason for a third consecutive league victory. More

Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez Has to Play Next to Daniel Sturridge

Posted on 18 Feb, 2013, by in Soccer

If recent weeks haven’t proven it already, the 5-0 demolition of Swansea showed Brendan Rodgers what everybody knows – Liverpool have to play with two forwards, strikers more likely, in the lineup. Fabio Borini is once again injured, so as it should be, it’s pretty much up to Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge. More

Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez & Steven Gerrard Deserve Better Tactics

Posted on 31 Jan, 2013, by in Soccer

When you’re facing a team that utterly panics each time Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturrdige come at their defenders, it’s a wise choice to keep attacking with a few players, even if you’re naturally trying to hold on to a lead in an away match. Brendan Rodgers wasn’t too far away from his biggest win as Liverpool manager, but his conservatism blew it once again. More

Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Need a Little Bit of Luck

Posted on 29 Nov, 2012, by in Soccer

They’re going in the right direction, but the lack of another finishing leg next to Luis Suarez simply screams to the sky after each match in which Liverpool failed to score, or score enough. Brendan Rodgers had his team playing well in a fixture they lost, but he needed a bit more than that. More

Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez Still Waiting for Help

Posted on 26 Nov, 2012, by in Soccer

While not losing an away match in such a season is somewhat of an achievement, this isn’t what Liverpool are about, or should be at least. The problem for Brendan Rodgers is not having anyone but Luis Suarez to trust; to know he’s going to show up on gameday with a chance to score a goal. The tune is getting old, but it doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be addressed. More

Best Full Backs in the World – 2012 Edition

Posted on 5 Jan, 2012, by in Featured

Dani Alves being mostly an attacking tool doesn’t mean he isn’t the best full back in the world today, joined by Sergio Ramos, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Marcelo, Jose Enrique, Micah Richards and Philipp Lahm, making up the list of the best full backs in the world heading into 2012. More