Lucas Leiva to be used as Scout

September 8, 2012
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  Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva will be missing from the squad for up to three months with an injured thigh said Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers but he will not be allowed to sit around the house and recover as Reds boss Rodgers has other plans for the 25-year-old. Leiva limped off the pitch after five minutes into the match against Premier League champions Manchester City at Anfield. Rodgers said: "It is very unfortunate. He has worked ever so hard to come back and he has been an outstanding player for me and person off the field as well. "The indications are two to three... Read more...

Match Preview: Liverpool v Sunderland 15/9/12

September 7, 2012
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Liverpool now have what is probably a needed week off after the defeat to Arsenal, before heading to the North East to play Martin O’Neil’s Sunderland go into the match having started the season off with a goalless draw at home to Arsenal followed by an impressive 2-2 draw away to Swansea last weekend. The reason Sunderland have only played two games is that the match against Reading on the 25th had to be cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch in August no less. After relying on Arsenals Nicklas Bendtner to provide their firepower last season Black... Read more...

Week 3: The season so far

September 7, 2012
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What can I say when asked about our season so far except to point out that the last time Liverpool got off to a start like this the Beatles were just getting ready to release “Love me do” in October of 1962. OK so we have signed Agger, Skrtel, and Suarez to new contracts yet we failed miserably when it came to transfers, and I do not think we will ever know who is to blame for not signing the American midfielder Clint Dempsey from Fulham. Here was a player that was relishing playing for the Reds, who’s jersey sales in North... Read more...

Match Report: Liverpool 0 – 2 Arsenal

September 4, 2012
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I was eagerly awaiting our home game against Arsenal especially after the performance against Manchester City that but for Skrtel’s clanger of a back pass allowing Carlos Tevez to score a gift of a goal. Against City I thought we played well and were unlucky not to capture all three points. Arsenal like us were coming into the match without a win, and like us the manager was already taking some stick from the fans, especially after selling their best player to our biggest rival Manchester United. Before the match kicked off all the talk was about who was to blame for... Read more...