The Liverpool Tribune: September 2017 ".
LIVERPOOL DRAW YET ANOTHER GAME, THIS TIME AT HOME TO WEST BROM 0-0...

Thursday, 14 September 2017

LIVERPOOL LOOKING TO BOUNCE BACK AGAINST BURNLEY


Liverpool are looking to bounce back as heavy favourites this weekend against Burnley according to Sports Betting Dime".

Following last night's painful 2-2 draw with Sevilla at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp and his team will be hoping to return to winning ways against Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.


The game is interesting as both teams have 7 points with lowly Burnley one place above Liverpool in 7th. So, despite our attacking wealth, our porous defending is costing us dearly. 
We have a good chance to bounce back from our 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Man City by out-scoring Sean Dyche's side.

Even without the presence of banned striker Sadio ManĂ©, the likes of Firmino, Salah, Sturridge and the return of Philippe Coutinho means Liverpool should have enough about them to beat Burnley comfortably. 


Wednesday, 13 September 2017

DEFENSIVE CRISIS AT LIVERPOOL CONTINUES

Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw by Seville in the Champion's League opening match at Anfield tonight.

After shipping 5 against Manchester City last weekend, a much-improved attacking performance by Jurgen Klopp's side still failed to yield a victory. 


Defensive lapses by Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren and Emre Can resulted in Yedder's 5th minute opener.

Liverpool, to their credit went on the attack and overturned the deficit with goals by Firmino and Salah.
However, a missed penalty by the Brazilian Firmino, which struck the post, would cost the Reds dearly.
An equalizer by Correa for Seville in the 72nd minute undid all the positive attacking play by Liverpool as they had to settle for a draw at Anfield.
Two points dropped due to poor defending again.

Saturday, 2 September 2017

LIVERPOOL WANTED €200 MILLION FOR COUTINHO

Liverpool were indeed willing to sell unhappy midfielder Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona on Friday but, only for a huge figure of €200 million about £185 million pounds sterling.


But Barcelona Director of Sports, Albert Soler ruled it out.
"On Friday, after weeks of offers and talks, Liverpool put a price on the player that we wanted [Coutinho]," he said alongside sporting director Robert Fernandez in a news conference on Saturday.
"A price of €200m and we decided we wouldn't do it. That's an example of the way football is now. This club and this board will not get involved in that, though. What's happened in the transfer market this summer has taken us to a totally different model of football which we're not used to."

So the great Catalan club were willing to use every underhand method to lure Coutinho to Spain but when it came to a large fee, they froze. Tough luck gentlemen. Liverpool are no longer a soft touch.


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