Karthik Ramakrishnan (by @redkopmersey)
“15 on the back; Sturridge on the back; And HE is back!”
Thus was the commentator’s proclamation, as the #15 entered the field, fingers raised skywards, eyes closed slightly, inhaling deeply the atmosphere around him. Five long months had been the buffer time for this appearance and this reception. It was finally here.
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Liverpool seized the opportunity to climb the ladder as they kept a clean sheet and saw their star striker return to score the goal that cemented a crucial win. A brilliant defensive and attacking performance in the second half gave fans and their on looking captain much to celebrate as Liverpool leap-frogged West Ham to claim seventh place. Dynamism, vigour and passion pushed the team on as West Ham caused no real trouble for the reinvigorated Simon Mignolet. Read the rest of this entry »
Who was your Man of the Match, Reds? Read the rest of this entry »
Youth sports are a great outlet that provides players with surprising ability an opportunity to progress their skills. If you’re in charge of running a junior football team, to be successful, you must treat this entity as a business.
Yes, the main intention of running a junior football team is to provide a place for youngsters to have fun on the pitch, while sharing your passion for the sport. The first order of business is to hire a group of coaches that will spend countless hours to ensure the team operates smoothly and succeeds on the pitch. Read the rest of this entry »
Liverpool have been linked with Burnley’s Danny Ings, but does history suggest such a move should be avoided… Read the rest of this entry »
Brendan Rodgers may deserve to be ranked higher in this list… Read the rest of this entry »