First of all I'm going to say the table shows a more true reflection of how we have played and how Liverpool have played.
We will be in REAL danger of dropping out of the top 4 if we fail to win this match. Tottenham will beat Palace which will only leave them 1 point off the top 4.
Sadly we will just set up...
Hahaha, They lost at home against small pub team from Sweden in their off season?
Wait, what? I thought he only cared about himself?
the direct yes and no footy question: Y or N
Such results add more credibility to shouts about Brendan Rodgers being an incredibly limited manager, and only being successful in Scotland due to the sheer financial muscle of Celtic over other clubs.
Bayern would completely and utterly trounce them at the moment I have no doubt about it.
Mbappe and Griezmann are class acts. Pogba is a good player but overated and inconsistant. Benzema is finished and I dont even think he will be selected for the World Cup.
I think France will do very well and I think they will reach the semi finals at least.
His hate for the guy is just strange
David De Gea and Jordi Alba are playing extremely well this season.
Or are the teams above them in the league, ( City, Liverpool, United, Chelsea and 5th placed Spurs) perhaps too good and consistent, dare i even go there, but boast 'stronger' squads than Arsenals ?
That said, are we not looking at the 6 'biggest' clubs in EPL in the Modern Era taking positions...
They're expected to appoint Craig Bellamy as manager. People will point to Bellamy's experience coaching with Cardiff to Campbell's lack of experience but he feels this isn't case. Campbell's own take on it is that clubs are afraid to appoint one of the greatest minds in football! What do you...
They look a side comfortably winning matches now
Southampton 0-2 Liverpool
Porto 0-5 Liverpool
Liverpool 4-1 Westham at the moment
Looks like van dijk brought some stability as much as it pains haters like Ryan and Mo Salah is not only the signing of the season but the best player in the league for the chelski...
Blame the Americans who basically copied Rugby football / "Rugger" but just called it football instead...
The two games were the same until 1880, when the rules started diverging between UK rugby and the US version.