With 32 Premier League games played in its 2013/14 campaign, Liverpool stands atop the table with 71 points. Manchester City and Chelsea are the only other realistic contenders for the title, with the former lying four points behind the Reds but, perhaps crucially, with two games in hand. Continue reading →
The summer of 2013 has been one of much stress for the average Liverpool supporter. With the uncertainty brought during these turbulent times, there may be several people wearing red tops while rocking back and forth in the dusty corner of their bedroom.
After yet another dreadful week in the recent history of Liverpool Football Club, attention will thankfully return to the field of play when the Reds travel to St James’ Park to lock horns with a Newcastle United side still flirting with the possibility of relegation. Continue reading →
With seven games to go in the English Premier League, Liverpool’s hopes of European football next season depend as much on the results of the teams around them as on Brendan Rodgers’ side’s own fortunes. Continue reading →
Liverpool heads to East London on Sunday to take on one of the most impressive clubs of this Premier League season. However, Brendan Rodgers’ side needs to find a way to win without its best goalscorer.
Luis Suarez is suspended from the match due to card accumulation, and this now puts the club in a position many supporters feared at the end of the summer transfer window. There are now no first team forwards fit in the squad. This will be problematic, as Suarez leads Liverpool with 10 goals in 15 league matches. The makeshift squad setup will need to be perfect to keep pace with West Ham. Jonjo Shelvey will likely have to play out of position to lead the attack for the Reds. Continue reading →
The most remarkable thing about Liverpool’s season so far (apart from having experienced the club’s worst league start after five matches for 101 years) is the number of young faces we’ve seen wearing the red and, um, nightshade.