After Liverpool returned to winning ways at Anfield, Paul Connor reflects on impact from fringe players and celebrates being one game closer to the return of our African goal-getters.
Paul Connor releases his frustrations after an anaemic performance from the Reds at Anfield, but knows a better showing at the Emirates will cast away all bad memories.
After news of the new Official Supporters Board of Liverpool was made official, Paul Connor hails its potential – and hopes it will be used to full effect.
Daniel Moxon bemoans the “sickening” new trend of players and their PR teams feeling the need to release public statements of apology every time they take a mis-step.
Konaté has been impressive from what little we have seen of him so far in a Liverpool shirt, but Jack Bryant reminds us all that it may be a while until we see the Frenchman appearing regularly for the Reds.
Daniel Moxon laments the fact some seem keen to use any opportunity to slam Naby Keïta – even with the Guinean playing more consistently than at any point in his Liverpool career so far.
Mohamed Salah’s goals, Alisson’s shot-stopping skills and Virgil van Dijk’s defensive dominance all take the headlines whenever Liverpool taste success, but Jack Bryant thinks Thiago’s contributions – while less celebrated – could be just as important for the Reds.
Liam Wraith wonders if Wijnaldum’s recent comments are an indication that the Dutchman is already regretting leaving Anfield for the French giants.
Ollie King looks at 17-year-old Gordon’s short Liverpool career so far, and wonders just how far this talented youngster can go at Anfield.
PAUL CONNOR wonders whether Liverpool would ever have the desire or the financial muscle to pull off a spectacular transfer swoop for one of football’s emerging megastars.