Category Archives: Opinion

Block The Sun out with your iPhone

Sick of seeing links to that rag in Apple News? Here’s how to banish them back to the gutter. People in Merseyside have boycotted The Sun newspaper ever since it printed a pack of lies about the Hillsborough Disaster on its front page in 1989 and headlined it “The Truth”. Red, Blue or indifferent, to the people of Merseyside the […]

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Sakho challenges Klopp, suggests fitness claims are a “lie”

Mamadou Sakho has almost certainly brought the end of his Liverpool career even closer, unless he has a good explanation he can give to Jürgen Klopp for a 3am rant on social media referring to “the lie” about his fitness. Ignoring the friendly advice to “behave himself” from his predecessor at centre-back, Jamie Carragher, Sakho seems to have opened up […]

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OPINION: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB SHOULD BE DEEPLY ASHAMED OF HILLSBOROUGH SNUB

LFC SNUB HILLSBOROUGH FAMILIES AND SURVIVORS AGAIN There probably isn’t much to add to this, maybe other than some background that doesn’t really cover the issues in detail.  The Hillsborough Justice Campaign have today issued a statement – reluctantly – about Liverpool Football Club’s decision to snub their request to acknowledge the passing of a man who did an immeasurable amount of […]

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Ex-Liverpool defender Daniel Agger retires at 31

Sad news from Daniel Agger as the ex-Liverpool defender used Twitter to announce his retirement from football at the age of 31

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What do Liverpool need for the coming season?

New LFC goalkeeper signing Karius

Now Jurgen Klopp has had over half a season of Premier League experience, it is now time for him to bring in his own players and take Liverpool to the next level. I will be analysing what positions Klopp will need to invest in and possible candidates. Signings so far Loris Karius is the latest Klopp signing, a young promising goalkeeper […]

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96 people were unlawfully killed and now the establishment has questions to answer.

The Hillsborough Inquests jury returns its verdicts on a historic and momentous day.

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Opinion: Stop thinking about money and start thinking about cups

Football in England is growing increasingly obsessed with the importance of finishing in the top four – but not for the right reasons, argues Jim Boardman. Liverpool take on Manchester United at Anfield tonight as the two sides meet for the first time ever in Europe. The prize on offer over the two legs – the return is in a […]

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Reports: Reds in for £15m French midfielder

Liverpool are interested in a summer move for Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye, according to sources, writes Sam May. The Frenchman, 30, is said to be worth £15 million and is also a target for West Ham United. He signed for PSG in January 2014 for £19 million from Newcastle United, before moving to Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee. […]

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Liverpool pay the penalty – 5 things we learned

Liverpool 1-2 Manchester City (AET) – Yaya Toure shootout penalty settles Capital One Cup Final and secures the first trophy of the season for Manchester City – 5 things we learned. Sam May was at Wembley Stadium for narrow victory for the Sky Blues. Liverpool fans were left to hold their head in their hands after seeing Manchester City secure […]

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Is FSG’s ticket U-turn as good as it first sounded?

Liverpool’s owners responded to protests and outrage at their plans to introduce a £77 ticket by announcing a climb down – but, asks Jim Boardman, is their announcement as big a victory as it first seemed? When news broke last night that Fenway Sports Group had announced they had dropped the £77 ticket idea and would be freezing prices everyone […]

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