Liverpool Monthly Review: November

I wasn’t sure what tone to take when writing the opening line to this month’s review, so I went back and read what I had wrote exactly 30 days ago.  At the time I was in a feverish mood. It was … 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

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

Feature: A Look at the Growing Issue of Football Tourism

Ahead of last weekend’s Manchester derby, Manchester United pub ‘The Trafford’ introduced a ban on half and half scarves. The pub encouraged fans to put their half and half scarves in the bin before entering in order to ‘clear their conscience.’ For any … Continue reading

Edinburgh City 1-2 Buckie Thistle: Match Review of Scottish Cup Second Round

The Scottish Cup is the oldest football competition in the world. Hampden Park has been the venue for the majority of the Scottish Cup finals, including the very first in 1873. It also holds numerous attendance records such as Europe’s … Continue reading

Spurs 0-0 Liverpool: Player – and Manager – Ratings

It was the day every Liverpool fan had been waiting for since Jurgen Klopp and his beaming smile arrived at Anfield. The outcome? A 0-0 result with Tottenham Hotspur but with plenty of positives to build on in what was … Continue reading