Posts Tagged dejan lovren


Expect The Unexpected

Speaking to a few Reds fans after the game and I think it’s fair to say that the final score of 3-3 was no big surprise. It should have been, but what this current Liverpool side has taught us is to expect the unexpected. In recent years we have had a fair few roller-coaster games […]

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Liverpool Fans Are Getting Restless

Yesterday’s emphatic scoreline of Tottenham 4, Liverpool 1 does not really fully reflect how the game went. Yes, Tottenham were clinical, yes Tottenham were good, but were they 4-1 that good? Tottenham fans will probably say that they were. But as ever with Liverpool, a scoreline does not necessarily paint the complete picture. Is it […]

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Honours Even But More Promising Signs

Not the result we wanted or deserved. But as things stand, honours even but more promising signs to give us encouragement. In many ways our 0-0 draw with Manchester United was so typical of so many of some of our recent matches. Dominate possession, loads of shots, playing well generally but no end product. It […]

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Liverpool Again Dominate But Fail To Win

Well what can we say. Do we post details of the match against Newcastle at St James Park? Or do we copy and paste the details from the Spartak game, the Burnley game, Leicester game etc. If you didn’t know already, yesterday we saw Liverpool again dominate but fail to win. Sounds so familiar doesn’t […]

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The Return Of Champions League Football

You could sense the nerves throughout the stadium for 45 minutes, but eventually Liverpool secured their Champions League return. Nerves turned to cheers as already relegated Middlesbrough crumbled at Anfield. Liverpool are the way back to the return of Champions League football. As top-four rivals Arsenal were leading against Everton, Liverpool huffed and puffed. They […]

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Liverpool With Stunning Comeback

Liverpool quite brilliantly staged one of the most stunning comebacks Anfield has ever seen. Well, not only Anfield for that matter. The magnitude of the comeback in terms of the quality of the opposition was quite staggering. In the first leg a week before, Liverpool earned a credible 1-1 draw in what must have been […]

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