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.
Category: Editor’s column
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.
Since moving to Merseyside, the German has lifted the Premier League and Champions League trophies – but, with the context of what the Reds have had to contend with this season, DANIEL MOXON wonders whether securing Champions League football against all the odds is the boss’ greatest Anfield achievement.
In his latest column, DANIEL MOXON explains why Philippe Coutinho returning to Liverpool might not be the fairytale some are hoping it would be.
DANIEL MOXON loves Thiago Alcântara and wants him to show off his best football on Merseyside. But he feels the Spaniard won’t be able to do that until he reins in the number of needless fouls he is committing.
Champions League success in 2021 is about more than a trophy – it could define Liverpool’s next five years
DANIEL MOXON on Liverpool’s Champions League chances – and why focusing on that competition could solve all the Reds’ problems.
After some high-profile errors in recent times, Billy Koumetio bounced back with a superb showing as the mini Reds tore Arsenal apart. DANIEL MOXON couldn’t be more pleased for the Frenchman, who has been on the end of some unacceptable abuse on social media.
After a tribunal announced how much Liverpool would have to pay Fulham for the Harvey Elliott transfer, DANIEL MOXON wonders if it might just be the best deal the club has struck in years.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Trent Alexander-Arnold hinted that Liverpool players have been expecting results to come their way, while they haven’t been doing the basics. It has infuriated DANIEL MOXON, who says you should be angry about it too.
DANIEL MOXON says the latest injuries to Joël Matip and Fabinho means signing a centre-back is no longer just a good idea – it’s vital to Liverpool’s season.