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‘Carra can leave managing LFC to me!’ jokes Gerrard

‘Carra can leave managing LFC to me!’ jokes Gerrard

The Metro reports that Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard has entered himself into the fray of who may replace Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager whenever he steps down at the club. The Liverpool captain has admitted he sees his future in a management capacity,...read more »

Gerrard wishes LFC legend would return for ‘one more season’

Gerrard wishes LFC legend would return for ‘one more season’

LIVERPOOL'S captain Steven Gerrard has admitted that his first season without fellow Scouser Jamie Carragher will be 'strange'. Gerrard also believes that Carragher's replacement will have a massive void to fill at Anfield, replacing a man who has been a constant...read more »

LFC: Kings of producing the TV pundit

LFC: Kings of producing the TV pundit

EARLIER this week Sky Sports announced that Jamie Carragher will join the Sky Football pundit team alongside Jamie Redknapp, Graeme Souness and Gary Neville for the 2013/14 season. "I watch Sky Sports all the time and I'm a huge fan. I...read more »

Support Sky or the stadium?

Support Sky or the stadium?

THE feeling of being in the Kop and hearing YNWA sung by the Anfield faithful is, in my opinion, amazing. No public house can compare to the atmosphere of Anfield. It’s a spiritual experience I am keen to revisit and take my...read more »

Time For This Defensive Stalwart To Bow Out Gracefully?

Time For This Defensive Stalwart To Bow Out Gracefully?

FROM being an untouchable first choice player to don the red shirt on a matchday for over a decade, to being left on the fringes of the action as the inarguable first-choice partnership of Skrtel and Agger usurped him as...read more »

Is Carragher Finished? Try Telling Him That!

Is Carragher Finished? Try Telling Him That!

ALTHOUGH he lifted his first trophy in 6-years it’s been a far from vintage season for Jamie Carragher, who, for the first time in a decade, has found his position as a first-team regular far from assured. Indeed, for much...read more »

This Oversaturation of Coverage Can’t Go On

This Oversaturation of Coverage Can’t Go On

A couple of years ago I had a spat with a fellow contributor to a football fanzine, when I perhaps foolishly commented that supporters that have to travel a long way to see their team play cannot complain when fixtures...read more »