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Luis Suarez – Words Are All We Have

Luis Suarez – Words Are All We Have

Posted on 01. Nov, 2013 by .

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There are many words than can be used to describe Luis Suarez. So many superlatives have been spoken already that Brendan Rodgers and John W. Henry chose the same derivative for him after his display against West Brom: Magic. But there’s one word that matters more than any other for Liverpool fans. One word that [...]

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Farewell, Dani Pacheco: The Classic Spanish Underachiever Trapped in an Age of Success

Farewell, Dani Pacheco: The Classic Spanish Underachiever Trapped in an Age of Success

Posted on 04. Sep, 2013 by .

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In the summer of 2009, just weeks after the close of Liverpool’s most successful domestic campaign in almost twenty years, the Guardian newspaper reported that Fernando Torres had recommended to his manager, Rafa Benitez, three players to improve the Premier League’s second-best side. We all know of managers haunted by decisions they have taken, but [...]

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Black. White. There Is No Grey.

Black. White. There Is No Grey.

Posted on 20. Aug, 2013 by .

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Twitter has the potential to be a wonderful device. It can be used for truly great things, such as the unquestionable revolution it helped to mastermind during the Arab Springs. It allows like-minded people to communicate about any number of topics they may not otherwise be able to deliberate. From sharing thoughts on Embarrassing Bodies [...]

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Clause and Effect: Suarez Symptomatic of the Soulless State of Football

Clause and Effect: Suarez Symptomatic of the Soulless State of Football

Posted on 09. Aug, 2013 by .

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“Liverpool fans will understand” said Luis Suarez. Oh we do Luis, oh we do. We understand how to conduct ourselves. The football world watches on as another overpaid, self-important prima donna throws his toys out of the pram. The average person on the street looks for escapism, for a hero to warm their heart. The [...]

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Reckless Wenger May Have Broken Bad, But He’s No Walter White

Reckless Wenger May Have Broken Bad, But He’s No Walter White

Posted on 07. Aug, 2013 by .

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‘Come on, man. Some straight like you, giant stick up his ass, all of a sudden age, what, 60? He’s just going to break bad?’ If I were to describe a man who, after years of playing it safe decided to do something so drastic that there was no coming back from it, you might [...]

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The Book of Suarez: A Story With A Sting in Its Tale

The Book of Suarez: A Story With A Sting in Its Tale

Posted on 25. Jul, 2013 by .

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This all seems rather familiar, doesn’t it? Our prized striker forcing through a move to a London rival. A move that, much like a heartbroken teen, saw Liverpool fans worldwide promise to never place their trust on a player again. Unfortunately, however, that isn’t the familiarity I am referring to. Following Torres’ departure, nobody could [...]

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Liverpool Cannot Afford to Stop Spending

Liverpool Cannot Afford to Stop Spending

Posted on 22. Jul, 2013 by .

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As the transfer window creeps into its fourth week, we can begin to see increasing activity from prospective title hopefuls. United are in pursuit of Fabregas, Arsenal will undoubtedly have begun identifying their yearly centre back purchase, and Manchester City will once again flash their cash at anything with legs like a horny millionaire. Yet [...]

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Academy Review 2012/13

Academy Review 2012/13

Posted on 24. Jun, 2013 by .

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When looking back on a season and deciphering what we can actually take from it, it’s always best to evaluate the most important aim of that season. Development. 2012-13 has been one of the most progressive seasons in years for the U21 & U18 sides as the Academy staff have really started to change the [...]

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