Liverpool FC – Steven Gerrard & Joe Allen Doesn’t Work
Instead of moving forward, Liverpool take steps back. Further from contention for a European spot in the Premier League, and not really in a good position to turn their Europa League knockout tie on its head, as Brendan Rodgers learnt once more that playing with Steven Gerrard and Joe Allen together isn’t good for a team that simply doesn’t know how to play defensively.
Liverpool FC – The Return of Lucas Leiva
When a win over a relegation bound team gets people at Liverpool so pleased with their match and the result, you know the expectations and descriptions of success at Anfield have changed. When Lucas Leiva is the defensive midfielder everyone has been waiting for, what should that mean and say about Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard?
Liverpool FC – Brendan Rodgers Still Has Plenty of Work
The fact that Liverpool traveled to Edinburgh without Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard was no excuse for another bad performance, somehow scraping an away victory thanks to an own goal from Andy Webster, probably giving the Reds the ticket to the Europa League group stage.
Rough Times at Anfield – What’s Wrong and What Should Be Done With Liverpool
From old and hated owners to new ones, who bring in money and hope, and Roy Hodgson’s troubles with ways of getting out of the current crisis.
What Rafa Benitez Bought For Liverpool
Reviewing Rafa Benitez’ 75 acquisitions and 229 million pounds spent trying to win a league title with Liverpool.
2010 Summer Transfer Rumors Part I
The World Cup is over, and finally there’s time to delve into the European transfer market, checking the latest rumors about Torres, Balotelli, Dzeko, Joe Cole and yes, even Liverpool’s Lucas.
Aston Villa Stun Liverpool at Anfield
Aston Villa hand Liverpool their second loss of the season after only three league games, beating them at Anfield 3-1.
Liverpool Grab Easy 3-0 Victory Over Newcastle
Liverpool brushed aside poor Newcastle United with a comfortable 3-0 victory this afternoon at Anfield with goals from Dirk Kuyt, Yossi Beanyoun and Lucas Leiva, keeping their hopes of catching up with Manchester United alive while reducing Newcastle’s hopes of survival in the Premiership to nearly none.