- Arsenal Star Ruled Out Of Crucial Games Against Liverpool & Bayern Munich
- Arsenal Rocked By Devastating Injury Blow To Key Man
- Agent Confirms Unhappy Attacker ‘Wants To Leave’ Arsenal This Summer
- Mourinho To Launch £30m Raid On Arsenal If Man Utd Boss Fails To Land Chelsea Star
- Tottenham Eyeing Audacious Swoop On Man Utd For £36m Attacker
- Player Confirms Interest As Man Utd Eye Audacious Swoop For £40m Chelsea Star
All posts by Phil Dickinson
Wiping the slate clean – Hodgson breathes new life into Reds ahead of the 2010/2011 season
By Phil Dickinson Rafael Benitez’s Liverpool limped to the finish line in May, battered and bruised, marked by all the scars of another campaign without a Premier League title. Not only were performances poor, morale low and...
- Posted August 15, 2010
“Working hard, doing the right things” – An assessment of Rafa’s reign as Matador of Merseyside
By Phil Dickinson. As a Liverpool fan, I had a strange sense of déjà vu last week. 6 summers ago Gérard Houllier departed Anfield after a 6 year tenure at the club and there were a mixture...
- Posted June 6, 2010
Liverpool fans wait expectantly as Broughton and Purslow cross the minefield
By Phil Dickinson. Liverpool’s nightmare season finally came to an end on Sunday in a 0-0 stalemate that again typified the sense of frustration hanging in the Anfield air. Liverpool twice struck the woodwork but were unable...
- Posted May 11, 2010
Missing The X-Factor?: Why a lack of tactical evolution has cost Liverpool
By Phil Dickinson. As a Liverpool fan, it absolutely pains me to occasionally have to give Alex Ferguson credit. The sight of his blotchy, weather beaten face, as he furiously gnaws a whole packet of Wrigleys Extra...
- Posted April 27, 2010
Every Little Helps – Reds climb the table ahead of mammoth Madrid trek
By Phil Dickinson. Liverpool brushed aside a despondent West Ham United at Anfield last night, hauling themselves back into 6th place with 3 Premier League games to play. For the most part, it wasn’t a particularly fluid...
- Posted April 20, 2010
Liverpool remember the 96
By Phil Dickinson. On this day in 1989, 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough Stadium during an FA Cup semi-final with Nottingham Forest. The football world sorrowfully remembers what remains the most...
- Posted April 15, 2010