Yet another birthday in this month of June. This time it is Dean Saunders who is celebrating his birthday. “Deano” is 54 today. Like father like son in the Saunders family. Deano’s father, Roy, also played for Liverpool as a wing-half (who’s old enough to remember that position description?).
The highlight of our six games in January was of course our 4-0 demolition job over our neighbours across Stanley Park, Everton on the 28th January. The way in which we took them apart was incredible in so far as they had only conceded 11 goals on their travels all season and, to many, were […]
The month of August saw the completion of our pre-season friendlies when we took on Olympiacos, Valerenga and Celtic. All three games resulted in victories thereby completing a very successful pre-season campaign where we played seven and won all seven. The early signs were that our new signings, Simon Mignolet, Iago Aspas, Luis Alberto, Kolo […]
Thanks for the memories Carra. Really a true Reds legend. I remember being in the Kop against Aston Villa back in 1997 when we won 3-0 and the young, central midfielder Carragher bulleted a header in the Kop net. We were soon to find out though that scoring goals was not a Carra speciality (well, […]
Very fitting that Jamie Carragher bows out as Reds skipper for his final two games. I wouldn’t have been surprised if he would have been made captain even if Steven Gerrard was fit. If not, for both but probably most certainly for the last home game of the season against already relegated QPR. No doubt […]
Did I imagine it but did we not hear Brendan Rodgers saying yesterday that he wouldn’t discuss Andy Carroll until the end of the season? If so, what is all this about in the article below. Already in his fledgling Liverpool career Rodgers has said a bit too much at the wrong time on more […]