Mohamed Salah was named one of Time’s top 100 most influential people in the World this week. The”Egyptian King” was nominated by British comedian John Oliver, a long time Liverpool fan, and commendably chose to express his thoughts about the mistreatment of women in the Muslim world. “We need to change the way we treat the woman in our culture. I support the woman more … Continue reading Mo Salah calls out mistreatment of women
The big game of the weekend (and of the season for United and Liverpool fans) is definitely Manchester United hosting Liverpool at Old Trafford. United entered the top four recently and have Arsenal and Chelsea breathing down their neck. With Spurs having lost against Burnley today, Solskjaer’s men have the chance to close in on third place. Liverpool on their end need at least a … Continue reading ManUnited – Liverpool Combined XI
Liverpool welcome Manchester United as league leaders this weekend. Fresh off a last gasp Champions League knockout phase qualification at the expense of Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli, Liverpool will now want to focus on the league and keep Manchester City in second place. It starts with a visit from the other Manchester team. See also: Ronaldo’s Excellence in Numbers The two teams have an eclectic rivalry. … Continue reading Liverpool ManUtd Combined XI
The score was 1-1 in Kiev, Liverpool having cancelled out a Karius’ mistake with a Sadio Mane goal. On came Gareth Bale in the 61st minute. Three minutes later, Bale produced a spectacular overhead kick to put his team 2-1 up. Even the likes of Zidane and Ronaldo, who are used to producing magic on the pitch, were amazed by the brilliance of Bale’s goal. … Continue reading Bale’s Overhead Kick is Goal of the Year
The Best Fifa’s Men’s Player shortlist has been announced: Luka Modric, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah. Notice anything familiar? There are no defensive players on the list. Continue reading FIFA Men’s Player of the Year award is a travesty
Liverpool’s transfer window has been pitch perfect so far. They are well ahead of all of their top 6 rivals. Among Premier League teams, only Arsenal and West Ham can claim to have done as much as Klopp’s team in the transfer window. Liverpool have not only strengthened their squad in terms of numbers but have brought in solid, quality players. Continue reading Liverpool impress with transfer business
The news coming from French giants Olympique Lyonnais is that their captain Nabil Fekir will be staying with the club next season. Continue reading Nabil Fekir staying at Lyon?