It's looking good. It's looking very good. Twelve games down, eleven wins, one draw, zero defeats. Liverpool are the team to beat, and most importantly, the team to catch. 19/20 has already delivered silverware and more (much more) could be on its way, writes @sam0007ster. All is well. The Reds are
This Manchester City team is a title-winning machine and equipped with a plethora of world class talent. Their aim this weekend is clear: win at all costs and cut the gap. Anfield, Klopp and players must (and will) be ready to fight fire with fire. A titanic tussle will inevitably follow, writes @sam0007ster.
One criticism leveled at Klopp's Liverpool over the past 12 months has been the lack of creative spark in midfield, but now even this critic - the smallest squabble - is being quelled. Let's hope the trend continues, writes @sam0007ster. Uncertain, frustrated and seemingly out of ideas. Old Trafford.
Liverpool's current crop are excelling in the Premier League so far this season, currently sitting atop the table. But across both the UK and continental Europe, there are a few on-loan talents making a case for the future. http://gty.im/1165207198 There's been a lot of limelight shone on those putting in solid performances
Despite an emphatic showing in the Champions League, Jürgen Klopp reverted to his tried-and-trust midfield in a pivotal game against Spurs at the weekend. And it worked. Again. The midweek victory over Genk in the Champions League was refreshing for a number of reasons. There were goals aplenty after the cumbersome 1-1
Just like Manchester United on Sunday, Genk away represents another potential 'banana skin', writes @sam0007ster. There is certainly no room for complacency on Wednesday night. Think of the trip to Belgrade last season, where Liverpool - the overwhelming favourites - were well beaten and mustered just four shots on target. The Reds
When a game doesn't quite go the way you want it to, it's not always the fault of individual players. There wasn't necessarily a single, specific area during the hardships Liverpool faced against Salzburg that was to blame. However, if we were to be really critical, Liverpool's midfield didn't cover itself in glory. The
Last week, Liverpool fans could be forgiven for feeling miserable after their first defeat of the season away at Napoli. Fast forward to the weekend, and they're back on cloud nine after a hard-fought win away at Chelsea. What a difference a game makes. Neither performance against Napoli and Chelsea was terribly