Crystal Palace v Liverpool: Playing Catch-Up

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

After nine months of an extraordinary Premier League season, there are just four games left to be played to decide which club will finish top of the pile in England. Continue reading

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Liverpool 0-2 Chelsea – Creativity Stifled

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By Jonathan Carroll

It was a game that Liverpool needed only a point from. A game that Chelsea really needed to win in order to stay in the title race. Brendan Rodgers didn’t back in down in trying to go straight at Chelsea from the off and take the game by the scruff of the neck. His Liverpool side did face two resilient lines of four as Chelsea camped out twenty yards from goal. Demba Ba and Willian capitalized on two Liverpool mistakes to hand the title initiative back to Manchester City. Continue reading

Liverpool v Chelsea: The Power of Negative Thinking

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Photo courtesy of liverpoolfc.com

By Séamus Leonard

In a season chock-full of big games, Liverpool faces yet another huge test of its Premier League title credentials when fellow contenders Chelsea visit Anfield for what could be a monumental occasion at the famous venue. Continue reading

January Transfer Rumors Part I

By Justin Fitzgerald

‘Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the Kop there were plenty of creatures stirring actually, especially Brendan Rodgers who undoubtedly has visions of clinical strikers dancing through his head. As the January transfer window looms large, reports say Fenway Sports Group has made it a priority to bolster the attacking options and get Luis Suarez some much-needed support in front of goal.

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Liverpool tries to end slide at Newcastle

By Christopher Boulay

Liverpool will try to make up a tremendous amount of ground when they head to Sports Direct Arena in Newcastle on Sunday.

If the season started in January, the Reds would be flirting with relegation, and the form is in desperate need of change. Manager Kenny Dalglish may have taken a step in the right direction during the loss against bottom-feeders Wigan, as he put on starlet Raheem Sterling for his first-ever senior team cap. An injection of youth may help the club as the season winds down, especially with many of the elder players being rather ordinary in recent matches. Continue reading