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LIVERPOOL'S INJURY LIST GETS LONGER BY THE DAY

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Jurgen Klopp must be cursing his luck as new Liverpool Manager.
In the space of a few short weeks of his tenure he has lost several key players to injury:




  1. Daniel Sturridge: Seems like he is now permanently injured, knee injury.
  2. Danny Ings: Our best Summer buy is out for the Season with a cruciate injury.

THIS BACK-PASSING HAS TO STOP

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I had hoped with the arrival of a new Manager on Merseyside that the Brendan Rodger's culture of playing the ball back to the keeper would end.

However, some of the less than brightest sparks in this Liverpool team persist in doing it, bringing about calamitous results.

Alberto Moreno is by far the worst culprit of this negative tactic with Emre Can also prone to lashing it back to Simon Mignolet at every opportunity.

ALEXANDRE PATO TO BE KLOPP'S FIRST SIGNING IN JANUARY?

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Big rumours doing the rounds about this Pato guy, according to various sources and now The Mirror, the striker is set to join Liverpool in the January Transfer Window.


Liverpool have reached an agreement in principle to sign Corinthians striker Alexandre Pato , according to the Brazilian club's president.

WHAT A GAME:LIVERPOOL 4-0 REAL MADRID. 2009

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One of my favourite memories as a Liverpool fan at Anfield has to be the total destruction of Real Madrid in the Champion's League knock-out stages back in 2009.

Under then Manager, Rafael Benitez, Liverpool produced a magnificent performance to reach the Champions League quarter-finals in style.

JORDAN HENDERSON KEY TO LIVERPOOL SUCCESS

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Lets face it, we haven't been much good lately, is it nine draws in a row or some mad, sad figure like that?


Tenth in the League after ten games despite a new Manager on board, nothing seems to have changed. This Liverpool Phoenix hasn't risen from the Ashes just yet.
Blame the owners: No, they have spent £300 million on players alone since they took over.

WE NEED TO FIND OUR CUTTING-EDGE AGAINST SOUTHAMPTON

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So after Thursday night's sobering 1-1 draw with Rubin Kazan in the Europa League, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool face Southampton at Anfield on Sunday at 4:15 pm.

Fresh in the minds will be the amount of frenetic wasted opportunities against Kazan and the hope that many of the opportunities available on Thursday will be converted into goals on Sunday.

JAMES MILNER:NOW OR NEVER

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What will we do with James Milner?

Brought in on a free transfer by Brendan Rodgers this Summer, the former Man City midfielder has hardly made one notable contribution to this Liverpool team since his much-heralded arrival.
Brought in a central midfielder to not replace or fill Steven Gerrard's boots but to be a midfield anchorman, a go to player when thing got tough at the back.

JURGEN KLOPP HAPPY TO MANAGE AT LIVERPOOL

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Liverpool look set to announce Jurgen Klopp as our new Manager today.

In case you don't know what he looks like, here is the smiling happy chappy:




Can't wait for the new era to begin



LIVERPOOL ODDS-ON FAVOURITE: JURGEN KLOPP'S CAREER SO FAR

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Jurgen Klopp is the hot favourite to become the new Liverpool Manager and here is why.

The eccentric German has had a successful career in his homeland both with Mainz where he won them promotion to the Bundesliga top division.

Then with Borussia Dortmund he won the League Title twice, the Super Cup and the German FA Cup and also got to the Champions League final in 2013 losing to Bayern Munich 2-1.

STURRIDGE, LUCAS & SKRTEL TO RETURN V EVERTON: TEAMSHEET

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After Thursday's yawn-fest against lowly Sion in the Europa League, expect Mr. Brendan Rodgers to field his strongest side at Goodison Park against Everton.

Rested on Thursday were notably Daniel Sturridge, Martin Skrtel and Lucas. They will all return for the vital clash against Roberto Martinez's improving team.

AMAZING NEW PHOTO'S OF ANFIELD REDEVELOPMENT

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Latest images of the remarkable expansion of Liverpool's main stand have emerged.
Advanced work on the new upper terracing is now taking place.

The new main stand will add an extra 13,00 seats the famous Anfield ground, bring total seating capacity to 54,000.
This means that when its open next September, Liverpool will finally have a 21st Century Stadium to be proud of.

NEW BEGINNINGS FOR LIVERPOOL,STARTING THIS WEEK

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Liverpool FC appear to have turned a corner under indefatigable Manager Brendan Rodgers.

With the 3-2 victory over Aston Villa, things, at the moment seem good, 8th in the Premier League in its infancy after seven games played, into the next round of the Capital One Cup against Bournemouth and a Europa League game to play against FC Sion on Thursday, who knows what will happen over the next seven days.

RODGERS ROUNDS ON HIS CRITICS AFTER FIRST WIN IN 7 GAMES

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After a vital victory against Aston Villa at Anfield on Saturday, Manager Brendan Rodgers managed to find time in his post-match interviews to have a go at some of his critics:
" I am pretty confident that there is a group of people that don't want me to be manager here. In all competitions we have lost less games than Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.

IS THIS BRENDAN RODGER'S FINAL LIVERPOOL TEAM SELECTION?

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Liverpool and under pressure boss Brendan Rodgers face Aston Villa at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.

With the vultures now firmly circling the Manager, a win is an absolute must for the likable man from Northern Ireland. Lose this game and its curtains on the Brendan Rodger's reign.

With that in mind, here is a possible team selection for a game against Aston Villa:


Sakho and Gomez to return in defence alongside Skrtel and Clyne with Can potentially dropping into a back three as Clyne and Gomez as attacking wing-backs.

WHERE TO NOW FOR BRENDAN RODGER'S & LIVERPOOL?

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After Wednesday night's debacle against lowly Carlisle Utd from League Two where Liverpool had Adam Bogdan to thank for getting them into the next round of the League Cup, the sense of desperation is palpable all around Anfield.

Manager Brendan Rodgers is under serious pressure to hold onto his job.