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MacKenna On Monday: Liverpool, A Rose Among Football’s Many Thorns

Back in November, after Virgil van Dijk had scored the Netherlands’ last-gasp equaliser against Germany in the Nations League, what followed quickly took over in terms of both headlines and chatter. Well-known now due to the reaction then, he went to referee Ovidiu Hategan at the final whistle, put his arms around him, and offered the weeping official his sincere …

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Video: Livepool Owner John Henry Shares His Thoughts On Hurling

Liverpool owner John Henry, who also owns the Boston Red Sox, was talking about hurling in light of the Fenway Classic that took place last month. The hurlers of Dublin and Galway faced off at the famous baseball ground in Boston, and despite a brawl in the middle of the game, the match met with positive reviews. Henry mentioned how it …

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Jurgen Klopp & Liverpool’s ‘Moneyball’ Policy

Liverpool have become an experiment since John W. Henry’s takeover of the club in 2010 through New England Sports Ventures’ acquisition of the club. There has been a heavy, almost slavish reliance on player statistics in order to determine which players are most undervalued by “experts” in the game. The system was first used to full effect by Billy Beane, General …

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Reds Have Already Decided To Replace Rodgers, Says Liverpool-Based Journalist

After a less than satisfactory beginning to the season, the Liverpool hierarchy may have just run out of patience with Brendan Rodgers.  Radio station Talksport spoke with Liverpool-based journalist Graham Beecroft about the situation and he understands that the Fenway Sports Group, who own the club, have already decided Rodgers will be replaced. This decision was apparently made even before Liverpool’s …

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No Man is an Island, But is Brendan Rodgers Becoming One

The sacking of Brendan Rodgers’ assistant, Colin Pascoe, and first team coach, Mike Marsh, leaves the Liverpool boss looking isolated The term Splendid Isolationism, is used to describe Britain’s foreign policy in the 19th century. Unwilling to enter into alliances and only becoming entangled in European affairs if it was deemed necessary to do so, Britain and its empire remained …

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Agger’s Loyalty Makes Him A Liverpool Legend

Sarah Fitzpatrick pays tribute to Liverpool legend Daniel Agger following his move back to Brondby after eight years at Anfield. Danish defender Daniel Agger completed a £3 million move to former club Brondby from Liverpool last week and many Reds fans were saddened to see the defender leave following  eight years with the club. Agger made 232 appearances and netted 14 times for …

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Liverpool Fans The Biggest Losers

Full-time from Old Trafford and Liverpool have suffered another loss to their biggest rivals. The battle of the Premiership’s two most potent strikers was never really in doubt. Van Persie finished the game with a goal and an assist, while Suarez left with a pair of sore ears from the constant barrage of abuse he received from the Old Trafford faithful. On …

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