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Liverpool 4 - 0 Tottenham | Premier League | 30.03.2014

  • Kaboul OG 2’
  • Luis Suarez 25’
  • Philippe Coutinho 55’
  • Jordan Henderson 75’

MOTM: Raheem Sterling

Next match: West Ham (A) | 06.04.2014

Liverpool 2 - 1 Sunderland | Premier League| 26.03.2014

  • Steven Gerrard 39’
  • Daniel Sturridge 48’

MOTM: Philippe Coutinho

Next match: Tottenham (H) | 30.03.2014

International round-up:

  • England NT: Steven Gerrard; Glen Johnson; Raheem Sterling; Jordan Henderson; Daniel Sturridge.
  • Denmark NT: Daniel Agger
  • Uruguay NT: Luis Suarez

Southampton 0 - 3 Liverpool (01.03.2014) (Premier League)

  • 17’ Luis Suarez
  • 58’ Raheem Sterling | (Luis Suarez assist)
  • 94’ Steven Gerrard | (Luis Suarez assist)

MATCH REPORT | Rodgers post-Southampton | Gerrard post-Southampton

Next Game: Manchester United (A) | 16.03.2014

Pre-Arsenal notes:

  • Glen Johnson, Daniel Agger, Lucas Leiva and Mamadou Sakho are all still out with injuries.
  • Rodgers on the Kop: “These types of games are the opportunities that allow you to make a statement. We go into it with big confidence, aligned with the support we get from the fans. The atmosphere at the last home game against Everton was incredible. When the bug games come to town, that’s when the supporters come into it. The players and the supporters together will make it a really difficult game for Arsenal at the weekend.” 
  • Rodgers on injuries: “Glen Johnson is making a great recovery, so there might be a point towards the middle or end of next week [when he can return]. Daniel Agger will hopefully be next week at some stage. Sakho is still out for a little bit, but apart from that we will be the same as what we have been for the weekend.”
  • No player is in danger of missing the next game due to suspension.
The Luis Suarez show: Liverpool 5 - 1 Norwich (04.12.2013) (Premier League)

What more can you say? Luis Suarez and Norwich…Norwich fans must be sick of him lol.

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Our eccentric number 7:

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He seemed almost as shocked as we were with that 3rd goal:

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15 Years of Steven Gerrard

Liverpool 4 - 0 Fulham (Premier League) (09.11.2013)

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I miss his afro…

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Happy days!

FT: Liverpool 4 - 0 Fulham

FT: Liverpool 4 - 0 Fulham

Liverpool 1 - 0 Manchester United (Premier League) (01.09.2013)

I have no words, still buzzing so enjoy the pictures instead. Hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend (here in North America).

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Lol the United fans’ faces…

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Bwahaha! Phil Neville!

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Aston Villa 0 - 1 Liverpool (Premier League) (24.08.2013)

Another close, nerve-jangling game with Mignolet, Toure & Sturridge being the stand out performers.

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And the new boy:

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Liverpool 1 - 0 Stoke City (Premier League) (17.08.2013)

Okay I’ve calmed down a little now, well enough to write a recap of sorts at least. Debuts for Aspas, Toure and Mignolet and every single one of them gave a good account of themselves.

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Game started off with a good pace. We pressed well and had some good movement. In all honesty we could’ve and should’ve had a goal way before the one we actually got but the woodwork (where have I heard this story before) denied Kolo Toure a debut goal and a better pass would’ve put Aspas in for his.

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The woodwork also saved us when Huth (really, really don’t like this guy) hit it after a Stoke set piece.

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Also, Begovic was just immense today and I honestly thought “here we go again”, a draw at Anfield because the keeper has an absolute blinder.

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Lucky for us that Daniel Sturridge wasn’t having any of it and just before half time he curled one in from outside the box to give Liverpool the lead.

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And he got lots of love too for it:

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Second half was pretty good. Jordan Henderson hit the woddwork, Begovic made loads of saves keeping Stoke in the game and every time Stoke had a set piece, I watched through my fingers.

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And for good reason because right at the end of the game, Daniel Agger (for some unexplicable reason) decided to handball in the box and Stoke got a penalty and all us Reds I’m sure thought “just our luck.”

MIgnolet, who honestly looked really shaky early on and flapped a few times during set pieces had to face a penalty to prevent a game we should’ve wrapped up long ago turning into a draw. And boy did he step up.

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Not once, but twice.

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I probably celebrated that save more than the goal.

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All in all, I’m delighted with the 3 points because Stoke is not an easy team to beat especially because they seem to be our boogey team so I’ll take the win today.

MOTM: could easily go to Sturridge, Mignolet, Lucas or Coutinho but I’m goign to give it to Kolo Toure who was immense back there today.

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Starting XI against Stoke. YNWA! Let’s go boys!

Starting XI against Stoke. YNWA! Let’s go boys!