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Philippe Coutinho Soon to Become the Top Scoring Brazilian in Premier League History

Posted on 8 Nov, 2016, by in Soccer

It’s been close to four years since Philippe Coutinho made his debut for Liverpool, and pretty soon he’ll become the top scoring Brazilian player in Premier League history, which is kind of odd when you first think about, but really isn’t when you look at the players who have come before. More

Sadio Mane Can’t Stop Copying His Liverpool Teammates Goal Celebrations

Posted on 25 Oct, 2016, by in Soccer

Pretty simple: If you’re a Liverpool fan, you’ll find this video of Sadio Mane copying the goal celebrations of Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho adorable and sweet. If you’re not, maybe you’ll hate it, but it’s all about the team you like. The video is awesome when looking at it objectively: More

Arsenal, Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, Philippe Coutinho & the End for Arsene Wenger?

Posted on 15 Aug, 2016, by in Soccer

There’s nothing new about key Arsenal players being injured. There’s nothing new about Arsene Wenger seeing his players lose on the first day of a new Premier League season. Liverpool have beaten the strong teams with Jurgen Klopp on the sidelines last season, but the main question regarding both sides is whether or not their opening encounter is any indication of the changes we’re about to see this season. More

Liverpool FC – Jurgen Klopp Sending Jose Mourinho to a Darker Place Than Ever Before

Posted on 1 Nov, 2015, by in Soccer

Finally, Jurgen Klopp has a meaningful victory as Liverpool manager, his first in the league, thanks to Philippe Coutinho scoring his first brace for the club and Christian Benteke showing what a force to be reckoned with he is. Even better, mostly for the fans, was the opponent and the venue: Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, while Jose Mourinho looks more and more lost in his paranoia and failures to reignite a fire beneath his players. More

Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Prepares Perfectly, Messes Up Later On

Posted on 24 Aug, 2015, by in Soccer

The way Brendan Rodgers selected his formation, lineup and alignments all over the pitch resulted in a fantastic first half from Liverpool, but his substitutions later on helped Arsenal nearly score and deliver heavy pressure in the final minutes of a 0-0 draw. More

Liverpool FC – Philippe Coutinho Provided a Light in the Darkness

Posted on 10 Aug, 2015, by in Soccer

Entering something of a do-or-die season for Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool, through a beautiful Philippe Coutinho strike, managed to rise above the dreadfulness of their season opener to pick up a win in a stadium they usually don’t leave with smiles on their faces over the last few years. More

Liverpool & Steven Gerrard – Missing a Penalty to Set up a Redeeming Goal

Posted on 2 May, 2015, by in Soccer

Odds are Liverpool still finish behind Manchester United and miss out on the last Champions League spot. But moments like Steven Gerrard delivered for his club in a 2-1 win over QPR bring them very close to actually achieving what seemed impossible not too long ago. More

Match Highlights – Liverpool Beat Blackburn to Reach FA Cup Semifinal

Posted on 8 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

A replay was needed for Liverpool to finally figure out Blackburn, a Championship club, but a late Philippe Coutinho goal made all the difference in the FA Cup quarterfinal, sending the reds to the semifinals and a setup encounter against Aston Villa. More

Liverpool FC – Philippe Coutinho Creates Magic, Jordan Henderson & Joe Allen do the Dirty Work

Posted on 2 Mar, 2015, by in Soccer

The season is starting to look better and better for Liverpool, getting magical performances from Philippe Coutinho, surprising flair from the hard working Jordan Henderson while Joe Allen, flying under the radar, develops into a trustworthy defensive midfielder. More

Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Needs to Stop Getting His Tactics Wrong

Posted on 17 Sep, 2014, by in Soccer

Once again Liverpool struggled creating chances and scoring goals, as Brendan Rodgers insists on playing with just one striker for most of the match, which means too much to do for Mario Balotelli, who looked a lot better in all of the instances when another forward was playing along side him. More