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The Premier League Preview 2021/22

The European Championships are over. Mercifully no more players collapsed with cardiac issues and Italy saved us from a tidal wave of insufferable English triumphalism, which, with a win, would finally be liberated from the embarrassment of perpetual failure. The … Continue reading

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Will FSG get away with demolishing Jürgen Klopp?

Yeah, sure, the title is clickbait. A similar tactic is used by the utterly vapid ESPN.co.uk, who utilise antagonistic headlines to encourage hits on a plethora of shitty opinion pieces lamenting faux crises at ‘big clubs’ (usually because they failed … Continue reading

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Brendan Rodgers – The perfect patsy.

In my Premier League preview column I predicted that Liverpool would finish seventh, and argued that this was largely due to the ownership group of Liverpool, Fenway Sports Group, attempting to run a successful Ponzi scheme. I did so fully aware … Continue reading

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Why and how too many Liverpool fans are in a perpetual state of self-made denial.

After last season’s thrills, spills and ultimate belly ache there were high expectations heading into the new season. But Liverpool’s season has been a disheartening, disjointed, limp mess. With six league games left their chances of finishing in the top … Continue reading

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