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Liverpool FC – Sturridge & Suarez Need Coutinho Back

Posted on 20 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

There are going to bumps in the road for this Liverpool team on their way to a better season than what we’ve seen from them in recent years. However, the flourishing partnership between Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge isn’t going to be enough to keep up the pace with the rest of the big names if the creativity and passing skills of Philippe Coutinho aren’t back from injury anytime soon. More

Liverpool FC – How Long Can This Last?

Posted on 8 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Even if Liverpool are tied for first in the Premier League and might be using the best striking duo in the Premier League with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, there are few who believe this excellent start to the season can last for much longer. More

Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez Can Make Daniel Sturridge Even Better

Posted on 30 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

For those who questioned Daniel Sturridge and his ability to blend in with another dominant forward on the side, the comeback game for Luis Suarez proved that not only does it not hurt anyone’s ability to play together, but actually make Liverpool a better team when the two are on the pitch. More

Liverpool FC – Luis Suarez is Overweight and Rusty But Not For Long

Posted on 26 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

If there was any question about the level of commitment and professionalism Luis Suarez has, the effort and performance he gave on his return-from-suspension match for Liverpool erased those questions. He’s going to need a match or two to find his bearings again, but it doesn’t seem like too much of a concern, as he wasn’t too far away from scoring on his season debut. More

Liverpool FC – Iago Aspas Gets His Moment to Shine

Posted on 21 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe the Philippe Coutinho injury means the end to the impressive start Liverpool have been on this season, but it might also be the chance for Iago Aspas to finally show it was a wise decision to sign him this summer, and erase the bad impression he has left during the first month on the job. More

Liverpool FC – Philippe Coutinho is Indispensable at the Moment

Posted on 17 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

The perfect start wasn’t going to last forever, but the sharp decline in quality of attacking football after Philippe Coutinho left the match with an injury caused some serious doubts about Liverpool and their ability to keep on their undefeated streak, as the debuts of Victor Moses and Mamadou Sakho weren’t enough to pull this team back up from the moment they stopped trying to win the match. More

Liverpool FC Transfer Rumors – Victor Moses, Mamadou Sakho & Tiago Ilori Signed at the Last Minute

Posted on 1 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

There hasn’t been anything official about any of these last-minute deals Liverpool have been linked with, but maybe they’re just waiting for the Northwest Derby to be over with, and then let the world know that Mamadou Sakho of PSG, Victor Moses from Chelsea (on loan) and maybe even Tiago Ilori from Sporting have signed with the team. More

Chelsea FC – Juan Mata Makes All the Difference

Posted on 18 Feb, 2013, by in Soccer

For about 55 minutes, Juan Mata was denied space and freedom, and Chelsea looked like a team that might lose to a league one side in the FA Cup replay. But then he scored, and floodgates opened for Chelsea, and Mata helped Frank Lampard look better than he really is, and gave Rafa Benitez a few more days of relaxation. More

Victor Moses & Emmanuel Emenike a Level Above (Nigeria vs Mali)

Posted on 6 Feb, 2013, by in Soccer

It should have been a closer match, but all the talent disparity between Nigeria and Mali was there for everyone to see from the first minute of the semifinal, and led by a fantastic and in form Victor Moses & Emmanuel Emenike led the Super Eagles to their first Africa Cup of Nations final in over a decade. More

Chelsea FC – The Ongoing Brilliance of Juan Mata

Posted on 27 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

Everything is suddenly getting back to normal. Rafa Benitez is adjusting to life as manager of Chelsea, and the club is adjusting to his organized, less exciting ways. They’ve even re-entered the title race club, mostly thanks to the continued brilliance of Juan Mata, the real star and best player this season for a team that probably expected to be a bit higher at this stage. More