Tag Archives: Brendan Rodgers

Preview: Liverpool vs Man United

  TKTG brings together all the best articles from around the web for today’s thriller at Anfield.  Both sides have points to prove and David Moyes will look to improve his form against Liverpool having never won at Anfield.  With Wayne Rooney, Kolou Toure, and Joe Allen likely missing, both sides will have to look […]

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Thoughts on the Premiership and La Liga

About the author: Back Of The Net is a newly set up by an aspiring football writer Josh Lawless. The Blog is a source where I will be unravelling my views on the latest topics in the beautiful game as well as submitting articles such as scout reports, match reports, statisicial articles, tactics, previews and much more! […]

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Suarez is a filthy cheat but Bale should be protected?

The moment the supremely accomplished British footballer Gareth Bale falls over an imaginary leg during a match, it sparks outbreaks of copycat behaviour right across the land. Not on our football pitches, but in the nation’s television studios and press boxes as pundits trip over themselves, too, in a desperate hunt to find excuses for […]

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Match Report: Man United vs Liverpool

  TKTG brings together the best articles from around the web on Manchester United’s 2-1 Victory at Old Trafford over Arch-rivals Liverpool.  Goals from Robin Van Persie and Nemanja Vidic were enough to hold off some second half pressure from Liverpool which included another Sturridge goal.  United are hoping that Vidic and Ashley Young are […]

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Sturridge Deal Could Shape Rodgers’ Liverpool Reign

Most newcomers receive a welcome. Daniel Sturridge’s introduction to life at Liverpool came with not one but two warnings: From Brendan Rodgers came the message that, at 23, the £12 million striker is already on his last chance at a major club; from Steven Gerrard, the advice that there would be no excuse for failure. […]

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Match Report – Chelsea vs Liverpool

Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1 Getty   Chelsea failed to close the gap on Premier League leaders Manchester United as Luis Suarez’s equaliser gave Liverpool a point at Stamford Bridge. Captain John Terry headed the Blues an early lead but was then taken off on a stretcher after appearing to sustain a serious knee injury in […]

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Liverpool decline embodied by crumbling Anfield fortress

Brendan Rodgers’ team is struggling at their famed stadium and although fans’ expectations have lowered over the past couple of seasons, Liverpool have still not been able to put together a good run at home. During the seasons of 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11, the Merseyside giants enjoyed a success rate of over 63% at home […]

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Why Suarez must trust his teammates

There is no doubt that Luis Suarez should be the focus of Liverpool’s attack as he continues to be highly effective as the team’s striker. Although the Uruguayan’s goal return is still quite prolific, he leads the other top scorers of the league as far as shots are concerned, as featured in the Top Scorers […]

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The Story So Far – An EPL Review

With 7 weeks gone is it too early to make a judgment on players and teams? Well, it may be too soon but that’s not stopping us at TKTG from using this international break to take stock of what we’ve seen in the EPL thus far. The next few months are going to be quite […]

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El Clasico Preview

Barca and Real are in good shape going into El Clasico, says Guillem. Barcelona have come from behind four times this season and against Sevilla they came back from 2-0 down for the first time since 1999 to win 3-2 with a last-minute goal from David Villa. That is proof of their character. If anybody […]

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