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LIVERPOOL DRAW YET ANOTHER GAME, THIS TIME AT HOME TO WEST BROM 0-0...

Sunday, 3 December 2017

GOOD WIN FOR ROOKIE LIVERPOOL TEAM AT THE AMEX ARENA

So glad that Liverpool beat Brighton away on Saturday. It was like as if deep weight had been lifted off of every Liverpool supporter with the performance and result.

Going into the game we had lost Joel Matip and Joe Gomez to injury and Klopp had to announce a make-shift defence of error-prone Dejan Lovren alongside Emre Can and Georgino Wijnaldum together with the under-used left-back, Andy Robertson.



Thankfully, that defence was spared much blushes by Liverpool's attacking abilities with  Can, Firmino and Coutinho among the goals at the Amex Stadium. 

The respected Brighton coach Chris Hughton did have something to cheer when his wasteful striker Glenn Murray scored from a soft penalty decision near the end of an otherwise dominant display by Klopp's Red machine.

Who would have thought it, after all the draws and leaking of goals and a few heavy defeats from Man City and Spurs, Klopp's rookie Reds are fourth in the table ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham, at this moment in time.

Great to see us scoring goals from corners at last.

Let us hope that somehow this will continue into the new year and beyond.

Saturday, 25 November 2017

LIVERPOOL THROW AWAY ANOTHER LEAD TO DRAW 1-1 WITH CHELSEA

Liverpool blew a great chance to move into the top four with the concession of a strange Willian goal to cancel out another Momo Salah goal at Anfield on Saturday evening.

Klopp left out Mané and Firmino who had torn Sevilla apart in the Champion's League mid-week and opted for Salah, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Coutinho in attack.





In a highly contested game, Liverpool had the better of the match, Salah scored on 65 minutes.

Liverpool then went on the retreat Willian scored from a freak shot/cross into the box and that was it really, two more points dropped from a winning position, story of Liverpool's Season.



Tuesday, 21 November 2017

LIVERPOOL NEVER CEASE TO AMAZE ME ANYMORE

Letting a 3-0 lead slip away to Seville, in Spain at half-time in a Champion's League game  that finished 3-3 in the end has left me speechless, annoyed, fed-up and incredulous.


Firminho scored twice, Mané scored a header from a corner, at least we are beginning to sort out that area.

Moreno reverted to bad type spectacularly, conceded a free-kick for Seville's first goal and then their penalty, time that Klopp's blinkers were finally removed. 
Sevilla will not be the only team to expose us this Season if Klopp does not see reason and play his best players, not on a whim, but on form.

Play your best players Klopp, then we might just win something.


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