Liverpool Monthly Review: October

I think that I caught the bug at the start of the month, just before the Swansea game. Then James Milner dinked his winning penalty down the middle and the fever inflamed but at some point during the longest international break of all time, … Continue reading

Liverpool Captains:A Journey Of Leadership From The Pitch – Can Jordan Henderson Follow The Greats?

This article was published on The Anfield Wrap in October 2016 JORDAN Henderson had a hard act to follow when he was appointed Liverpool captain. Not only did he have to take over from perhaps Liverpool’s greatest ever player, and … Continue reading

Weird Weekends: Finding Friends and Visiting Forfar with TNS

I arrived in Forfar on a sunny autumn afternoon without any real idea about what I was doing there. Facing the idea of a dull, Liverpool-less, international weekend, I decided to have a look and see what else was on. … Continue reading

Liverpool Monthly Review: September

Results Liverpool 4-1 Leicester City Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool Derby 0- 3 Liverpool ( League Cup ) Liverpool 5-1 HullCity I liked September. For me it meant that my second year of university was starting, which felt a hell of a … Continue reading

Liverpool Monthly Review: August

Premise: So I’m pretty inconsistent at blogging. Last year I went through spells where I was writing once a week and everything was fine but then I’d lose motivation and would publish nothing for three months. It’s just that when it … Continue reading

Helsinki: A tale of one city

‘ABSENSE make the heart grow fonder’ Helsinki’s Stadin derby is unique almost because of its scarcity. In over 100 years, Helsinki’s two biggest teams Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Helsingfors and Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi, also known as HIFK and HJK, have only played … Continue reading

Feature: Analysing the Link Between Europa League Participation and Domestic Performance

Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday showed once again that competing in the UEFA Europa League has a negative impact on domestic performance. The Reds took to the pitch against Palace less than 70 hours after beating Rubin … Continue reading