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We’re going to win the league

We’re going to win the league

MAYBE I’m a dreamer, but I’m not...we're going to win the league. Let's get carried away, three wins and top of the table in an international break, Man United beaten...LFC fans must enjoy this. Optimism isn't a sin. The league's 6th longest...read more »

Patience now secondary to instant gratification

Patience now secondary to instant gratification

AS the clock struck 5.45pm on Sunday evening and we drew breath to analyse what was displayed in front of us, it really was a ‘glass half full or empty’ moment. On one side of the coin we witnessed a display...read more »

FSG Deserve Benefit of the Doubt During This Rocky Road

FSG Deserve Benefit of the Doubt During This Rocky Road

THREE league games in and the hysterical reactionists are circling the club with a taste for blood. A mediocre start yielding a solitary point from a possible 9, a thin squad minus a front man of prolific calibre and an...read more »

Less Hype Please! Give Young ‘Stars’ More Time To Mature

Less Hype Please! Give Young ‘Stars’ More Time To Mature

THE modern player is built up of multiple components particularly when he is available for transfer or vying to be so. The hype machine is rolled out by marketing the strengths this player possesses. Agents and advisors surround the asset,...read more »

Why There’s No Longer Room At Anfield For This Dutch Legend

Why There’s No Longer Room At Anfield For This Dutch Legend

WHILE "news flashes" and "breaking news" reports stalked our television screens in the hunt for our new manager FSG's other pressing matter was to replace the disposed of Sporting Director Damien Comolli with someone who could oversee footballing matters at...read more »

Have We Moved On Since Hodgson?

Have We Moved On Since Hodgson?

WITH the impending visit of Roy Hodgson to Anfield, question's must be asked about how far we have progressed since the former Switzerland manager's short ill-fated stay in the Reds hotseat. The West Brom boss' tenure was marred by questionable...read more »

Was Comolli a Victim of the English Game?

Was Comolli a Victim of the English Game?

AS the dust settles in the aftermath of Damien Comolli's exit from the club questions must be asked of the effectiveness of his role. It is a modern trend in English football to look at the continent for inspiration, positive advances...read more »

Patience Is Key But Pragmatism Looms For LFC

Patience Is Key But Pragmatism Looms For LFC

LIVERPOOL'S American custodians John Henry, Tom Werner and their partners at Fenway Sports Group have a strategy. One summed up by an early quote from the former: "We are not going to be successful by merely filling short-term needs at...read more »

Will John W Henry’s new Baseball strategy work for the Reds? Can Roy right these wrongs, and Should Kenny become Liverpool’s Philosopher-King? This week on live4Liverpool.com

Will John W Henry’s new Baseball strategy work for the Reds? Can Roy right these wrongs, and Should Kenny become Liverpool’s Philosopher-King? This week on live4Liverpool.com

On the whole it is been a pretty positive week if you are a Liverpool fan. A battling away win against Bolton Wanderers last weekend was followed up by a great comeback in the Europa League against Napoli on Thursday...read more »

Damien Comolli: A View from a Spurs Fan

Damien Comolli: A View from a Spurs Fan

Former Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli has agreed a move to Anfield. A lot of us think we were right to let him go but several disagree. The Frenchman’s three-year spell at the club was very “controversial” to say...read more »