Liverpool v Tottenham: Don’t lose your nerve

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

After seven straight Premier League wins in a row, Liverpool now has seven games remaining in a season that could yet be a historic one for England’s most decorated club. Continue reading

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Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool – Improving Reds Make A Case At The Emirates

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By Jonathan Carroll

Compared to Liverpool’s last appearance at the Emirates stadium in November, Sundays FA Cup game was a vast improvement in comparison. Liverpool dominated the game for large spells and were unlucky not to get a replay when Luis Suarez was blatantly tripped by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the box. Referee Howard Webb arrogantly waved a finger at Suarez’s appeal and decided to play on. Liverpool supporters and players alike were mystified. Continue reading

Arsenal v Liverpool: Reds look to sup from cup of cheer

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By Séamus Leonard

Eight days after inflicting a humiliating 5-1 defeat of Arsenal at Anfield, an in-form Liverpool makes its way south to see if it can deal a further blow to the Gunners’ flagging fortunes. This FA Cup fifth round tie will not necessarily make or break either side’s season, but a loss would leave Liverpool with just the league to compete in, while defeat for Arsenal would deepen the slump it finds itself in. Continue reading

Liverpool v Arsenal: Reds look to scratch seven-year itch

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By Séamus Leonard

Table-toppers Arsenal visit Anfield on Saturday looking to maintain its ever-more convincing Premier League title push. However, the visit to Merseyside marks the beginning of a series of fixtures which will likely make or break the Gunners’ season. Continue reading

Liverpool v Aston Villa: Lambert’s men enter Fortress Anfield

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By Séamus Leonard

For a number of years, stretching from the end of Rafael Benitez’s reign, through the horror show of Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalglish’s second coming and Brendan Rodgers’ first season in charge, stepping onto the hallowed turf at Anfield held little fear for visiting teams. Continue reading

Liverpool v Fulham: Reds require ‘bouncebackability’

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By Séamus Leonard

Apart from giving us the most recognizable pair of eyebrows in football, former Northern Ireland international Ian Dowie left his mark on the beautiful game in another fashion by inventing the word “bouncebackability”. Its genius is in its simplicity. Continue reading

Arsenal v Liverpool: Emirates visit holds no fear for Reds

By Séamus Leonard

There was a time when a top of the table meeting between Arsenal and Liverpool was a regular occurrence. They were the halcyon days of the late 1980s and early 1990s, just before Sky Sports got its grubby hands on English football broadcasting rights and changed the landscape forever. Continue reading