Fekir Failure Good Business for Liverpool

Fekir Failure Good Business for Liverpool

Liverpool's decision not to go back in for Nabil Fekir can be described as "microeconomic" policy - long term, structural reform designed to produce benefits over an extended period of time.

It seems that ever since FSG were burned by the colossal failure of the Andy Carroll deal, they have been determined not to be the laughing stock of the transfer market. And rightly so.

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The Two Club Fight

The Two Club Fight

Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen to the fight for the title of Premier League Champions 2019! The contenders? In the Blue corner, the team that broke the Premier League points and goals scored records last season, the reigning Champions, Manchester City (muffled mumblings of support from the crowd due to poor attendance from their fans).  Annnnnd in the RED corner, the most successful club in English football history! Five time winners of the European Cup! The mighty LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB (ground shaking, ear shattering cheer from the best supporters in the world)! 

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Why Liverpool fans should trust Klopp to get it right in the transfer window

Why Liverpool fans should trust Klopp to get it right in the transfer window

In seasons gone by, Liverpool have always had mixed fortunes in the transfer market, and have never really excelled in their recruitment. Yes there have been a number of key signings and good deals done, but not half as many as the amount of bad ones that’s taken place.

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Firmino’s omission from Team of the Year again highlights how under-rated he is

Firmino’s omission from Team of the Year again highlights how under-rated he is

As the PFA announced their Premier League Team of the Year this week, many were unphased to see Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah included in the 11, alongside Spurs’ Harry Kane, City’s Kevin De Bruyne and United’s David De Gea. However, the focus was more on one particular player who didn’t make the cut. That man is Roberto Firmino.

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