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Book Review: Rovers Revolution
19:00 Friday 14th February 2020

It’s easy to forget that when Blackburn Rovers won the Premier League in 1995, the campaign is one of the most impressive in English football history. The Lancashire club rose from a precarious existence in the second tier to Premier…

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Conspiracy Theory: Is the Curse of LeBron affecting Liverpool?
08:00 Sunday 5th May 2019

Throughout history, monarchs married off their daughters to secure peace and political alliances. Thanks to revolutions of the democratic, socialist, despotic and sexual nature, that is no longer an option. Who knows? The world might be a better…

Book Review - Tunnel of Love - Football, Fighting and Failure: Newcastle United after the Entertainers
17:07 Sunday 18th December 2016

Kevin Keegan's Newcastle United were a joy to watch. With an intoxicating brand of high scoring and free flowing football, they had become the neutrals favourite, the nation's 2nd team, one that was surely on an unstoppable march to success,…

Is Dalglish's History Liverpool's Future?
12:46 Thursday 10th May 2012

Liverpool Football Club have a huge history in both English and European Football, winning an astonishing 18 domestic league titles, 7 FA Cups as well as being European Cup/UEFA Champions League champions 5 times. 22 years have gone by since…

Is it time for Liverpool to say goodbye to Kenny Dalglish?
06:55 Tuesday 10th April 2012
By Harry

There's no doubting that Kenny Dalglish is inextricably linked to Liverpool FC, having played for them for thirteen years and managed the club for a total of seven years and counting. As player-club relationships go, it's up there with Keane…

Benitez Was Always The Right Man For Liverpool
10:47 Friday 16th March 2012

In a recent interview, Rafael Benitez was asked to comment on the Merseyside derby. He spoke of the passion of the fans, the excitement in the streets and the obvious anticipation amongst the playing staff at the club leading up to the game.But…

Steven Gerrard - Captain Fantastic Shows He's Still Got It
22:03 Thursday 15th March 2012

The glory days of Istanbul might well be behind him but on Tuesday night, Liverpool's talismanic skipper stepped up to plate once again on what was a memorable night at Anfield. The 217th Merseyside derby was simply a must win for the red half,…

Match Report: Sunderland 1-0 Liverpool (Sunderland Fan's Perspective)
20:14 Sunday 11th March 2012

It was back to the grind for the North East after the dust finally settled from last week's pulsating derby. Liverpool visited the Stadium of Light desperate for a win to keep what little hopes they had of a Champions League spot alive, while…

The Race For Fourth
14:54 Wednesday 29th February 2012

The validity of the term ‘the big four' in English football had been difficult to argue against in recent years. Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have been the dominant forces, filling the top four spots every season bar one…

Match Report: FA Cup 5th Round Liverpool 6-1 Brighton (Brighton fan's perspective)
22:39 Monday 20th February 2012
By Andy

FA Cup fever spread across Sussex again as both the county's league sides met Premier League opposition in the fifth round for the second successive season. Crawley Town hosted last season's finalists Stoke City whilst Brighton traveled to…

Suarez Apologises For Shunning Handshake
17:09 Tuesday 14th February 2012

The Uruguayan forward was returning to the starting line-up for the first time since his eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra in October's meeting at Anfield. It was the first time the pair had crossed paths since the incident…

How The Two Biggest Clubs In The World Let Themselves Down
14:01 Sunday 12th February 2012

Regardless of Liverpool's poor recent history, nobody can deny that Liverpool vs. Man Utd is globally the biggest football match on the planet. The two clubs have the biggest worldwide fan base and in English football they have the most decorated…

Keep The Champagne On Ice: The Bittersweet Taste Of Liverpool's Domestic Cup Double
22:02 Monday 30th January 2012

A week that includes two cup triumphs over neighbouring rivals at no extra cost in the way of injuries would be deemed a cause for celebration for any football club. However, the long-term implications for Liverpool of winning even one of the…

Long Live The King?
23:36 Monday 23rd January 2012

Mutter anything negative on Merseyside about Kenny Dalglish and its like committing some form of Scouse treason. King Kenny is a hero to Liverpool fans, winning six league titles and three European Cups during his first spell at Liverpool as…

The English Game Is Destroying The Northern Irish Game
18:38 Friday 6th January 2012

Picture the scene. Its 1967 and over 30,000 people attended local Northern Irish side Glentoran's dream European Cup tie against Benfica at The Oval in East Belfast. The Glens drew the game 1-1, with legendary Portugese stiker Eusebio on target…