Jürgen Klopp’s side finish 2020 top of the Premier League, but were made to rue several missed chances once again as other sides closed the gap. OLIVER LAWRENSON picks out the Reds’ winners and losers from the game.
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Klopp’s patched up side ruins Rodgers’ return to Anfield with best overall performance of the season. OLIVER LAWRENSON picks out the Reds’ winners and losers from the game.
Several players found themselves on the fringes of the first team last season whilst contributing to the team’s overall success when called upon. Moving into the 2020/21, which of these players can make more of an impact? OLIVER LAWRENSON looks at the candidates.
Five years to the day after James Milner agreed to join the Reds, James Noble assesses his contributions and impact so far.
He may not be the most flashy, or indeed most important player at Liverpool, but even at 34 James Milner brings some irreplaceable qualities to this brilliant squad.
The versatile James Milner deputised for Andy Robertson on the left of the defence against AFC Bournemouth, and showed that he is as reliable as ever.
At times this trio has been bemoaned — even derogatorily dubbed the ‘Brexit midfield’ — but they are still quietly proving that they remain a vital cog in Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool machine.
Following news of Fabinho’s month-long injury layoff, midfield concern has been the topic of conversation amongst Liverpool fans. Having scraped past Brighton and blown away the Blues all seems good however, as Cameron Rimmer gives his thoughts on the midfield ‘situation’.