Despite domination, Liverpool draw against Sevilla 

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was left scratching his head after Liverpool conceded two goals from three chances to draw 2-2 with Sevilla in their opening Champions League match on Wednesday night. A comedy of errors saw the Reds fall behind within five minutes to Wissam Ben Yedder’s tap-in that was far easier than it should have been.

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Liverpool officially in the Champions League now 

It is official. The most successful British club in European Football is back where it belongs – the Champions League welcomes Liverpool.  After what was a simply stunning performance, with world class attacking I am convinced that tomorrow most of Europe will be hoping to avoid a visit to Anfield. The atmosphere on European nights with the lights are are […]

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Liverpool now turn their attention to Champions League draw 

After completing the job against Hoffenheim, Liverpool can now start thinking about which of Europe’s top sides they might face in the group stage. None of the English teams can be drawn against each other as sides from the same country are kept separate, although one of them could be drawn against Scottish champions Celtic. Liverpool, placed in pot three, […]

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Alexander-Arnold’s first goal was a ‘dream’.

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold described scoring on his European debut for his boyhood club as “a dream”. The 18-year-old opened the scoring in what was his 14th senior appearance with a superb free-kick as Liverpool beat Hoffenheim 2-1 in their Champions League play-off first leg. A goal that he described as being ‘indescribable’. 

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Hoffenheim stand in the way of Liverpool’s dream of Champions League

Liverpool were paired with the Bundesliga side Hoffenheim at Friday’s draw in Nyon, setting up a first-ever clash between the two clubs in August with the prize of a position in next seasons Champions League group stage. After a roller-coaster season which had us all dreaming of the title in the first-half of the campaign, to a nerve-wracking second-half of […]

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Fallout of no Europe…?

With no European football next season the question is what will the fallout be? One of the benefits as discussed in my article ‘Advantage in Premier League title race?’ is that Jurgen Klopp will have additional time with his squad to prepare for the league games, thus giving them an advantage compared to other clubs in Europe. Small squad only […]

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Liverpool have to question “What next?”

I wonder if Jurgen Klopp come to terms with the result last night? I’m not sure he has yet. Especially how easily Sevilla tore apart the team, effectively putting the final nail on the coffin within 24 mins into the 2nd half. Liverpool have to question “what next…” It’s almost as if we no longer had a midfield, watching as Liverpool […]

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The morning after the Europa League Final

What can be said about the final. We didn’t want half time of the Europa League final to come that’s for sure. I still can’t believe Liverpool lost to Sevilla. Within 17 secs of the 2nd half my head knew it wasn’t to be. It just took another 47 minutes till the final whistle to make my heart realise my head […]

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Liverpool’s European Nights at Anfield – The heart of European football.

What makes our European Nights so special? Liverpool’s European nights are so amazing, but why? Is it the roar of the Kop? Possibly the magic that only happens at Anfield when the lights are on? Or the anticipation that something amazing will happen – we can dream. As a club we have had so many amazing nights, so many amazing […]

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