So... Deadline Day has been exciting hasn't it? Pfft. Liverpool go into the game with Leicester on Tuesday evening with almost certainly no new additions to the side. The owners did indicate that they wouldn't be backing Klopp financially until the summer but after drawing 0-0 with West Ham at the weekend and failing to score against Stoke in the League Cup semi-final, it is clear as day that the Reds need some fresh talent.
Guess at a line-up: Mignolet Clyne Lovren Sakho Moreno Henderson Lucas Can Milner Firmino Lallana
On Boxing Day, Liverpool almost wholly negated Leicester, and eventually eked out a 1-0 victory, mainly by matching Leicester's formation 4-4-1-1 v 4-4-1-1 and matching Leicester's notorious work-rate.
Liverpool welcome West Ham to Anfield on Saturday evening as Jürgen Klopp aims for another win in yet another cup game. The Reds of course come into this clash having secured their place in the league cup final beating Stoke on penalties, the Hammers pack a punch though and many feel this may be a step too far for the Reds.
Liverpool travel to Norwich on Saturday afternoon and Jurgen Klopp has indicated that there will be no sign of forward Daniel Sturridge who apparently is 10 days away from fitness. The Reds enter this game on the back of a win over Exeter City and will be looking to get back to winning ways after defeat at the hands of Manchester United most recently in the league.
Liverpool welcome Exeter to Anfield on Wednesday evening as both sides prepare themselves for an important FA Cup replay. After playing the kids in the first clash between the two sides, Jurgen Klopp has hinted that he may well play the youngsters again.
Liverpool welcome Louis van Gaal's so called army to Anfield on Sunday afternoon in what is sure to be a heated clash between the two sides. United have somehow managed to remain in the top sector of the table for the majority of the season despite some questionable performances, at the time of writing the devils remain above Klopp's side.
The Reds welcome Arsenal to Anfield on Wednesday evening and after some improvement in terms of injuries, along with the signing of Steven Caulker, boss Jurgen Klopp may be able to field a slightly stronger team than first predicted.
Fielding a team with a grand total of 34 appearances so far this season was perhaps a questionable decision made by Jurgen Klopp on Friday evening but despite their weakened line up, Liverpool still managed to collect a draw at St James' Park.
Liverpool will make their best effort to show up at Exeter's St James' Park on Friday evening as manager Jurgen Klopp continues to try and find a functioning and fit starting XI. Since the league cup clash with Stoke on Tuesday the Reds have seen their players drop like flies with no fit centre backs resulting in Ilori called back from loan and most recently, news today filtered through that Jordon Ibe is the latest to succumb to the hamstring curse.
It's a big game for Liverpool on Tuesday evening as Jurgen Klopp takes his side to the Britannia for the first leg of a league cup semi final against Stoke. The Reds of course were beaten by West Ham at the weekend and confidence is running low at the moment around L4.
After victory over Sunderland on Wednesday evening Jurgen Klopp's side face West Ham on Saturday for their first fixture of 2016. The Reds will face tough opposition from the Hammers who are just one point behind them in the league.
Liverpool travel to the Stadium of Light on Wednesday evening as they aim to collect another win following victory over Leicester on Boxing Day. Jurgen Klopp has apparently had a "man conversation" with Christian Benteke so we can only assume that this will result in the big Belgian featuring up front for this one.
Merry Christmas! I hope you all have a cracking day tomorrow whether you are celebrating or not, more importantly, let's hope Liverpool can do the business on Boxing Day. There's one slight issue though, the Reds welcome league toppers Leicester to Anfield and after the results we've been picking up of late it could be a rather embarrassing fixture.
Andros Townsend starts for Newcastle tonight at Everton and the other good news is that Seydou Doumbia has got his visa and has been cleared to play and he's on the bench with the number 22 shirt. Aleksandar Mitrovic has been dropped with Ayoze Perez up front in the starting line-up and Paul Dummett is [.
It would be difficult to getmuch closer to an exact three-way split for the result tonight at Everton a game Newcastlemust get something out of. Another defeat would not be good and that would be out sixth loss in the last eight games so that cannot happen. Andros Townsend should make his [...]
Steve McClaren has just announced the Newcastle team for the game against West Ham today at St. James' Park and Jonjo Shelvey starts the game and will make his debut today. Henri Saivet is on the bench. Teams: Newcastle (4-2-3-1): Rob Elliot; Daryl Janmaat, Chancel Mbemba, Fabricio Coloccini (c), Paul Dummett; Jonjo Shelvey, Jack Colback; [.
With Jonjo Shelvey and Henri Saivet both very likely to make their debut tomorrow against West Hame it will be very interesting what side Steve McClaren put out especially since thelads played well against Manchester United on Tuesday night but we will assume both will start the game. And with Cheick Tiote being sold [.
We see the upbeat reports in the papers about Newcastle's form against Manchester United and that was good to see, but fairlysoon we must convert thosegood performances to wins otherwise we'll be down in the relegation zone for some time yet. It would be great if we can put a string of wins together and [.
Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren has just names his team for the tough home game against Manchester United and the game will be watched by Newcastle's two new signings Henri Saivet and Jonjo Shelvey. Newcastle: Elliot, Janmaat, Mbemba, Coloccini, Dummett, Sissoko, Colback,Tiote, Wijnaldum, Perez, Mitrovic Subs: Darlow Lascelles Sterry Gouffran de Jong Marveaux [.
In his press conference yesterday for the important game tonight at home against Manchester United, Steve McClaren mentioned that some of our players had a few niggles, but that Jack Colback should be available again after a slight hamstring problem. Some doubts existover the fitness of Fabricio Coloccini (hamstring), Kevin Mbabu (thigh) and Florian Thauvin [.
Steve McClaren has just announced the Newcastle team for the 3rd round FA Cup tie at Watford today and there's just one change from the side that narrowly lost 1-0 at Arsenal last week with Kevin Mbabu coming in for Jack Colback in midfield. Newcastle: Elliot, Janmaat, Coloccini, Mbemba, Dummett, Mbabu, Sissoko, Tiote, Wijnaldum, Mitrovic, [.
Because we are not in Europe and are out of the League Cup, we expect Steve McClaren to play his strongest side in each of theremaining games of the season and that includes ties in the FA Cup. Tomorrow we are at Watford in the 3rd round of the FA Cup and we expect Newcastle [...]
Steve McClaren has said today that he thinks the game at Arsenal tomorrow is one of Newcastle's biggest tests of the season and we come into the game having taken only one point fromthe last three games against much lesser sides than the Gunners. We are 3rd bottom of the league and the Gunners are [.
It would be good to get off to a good start to 2016 especially after last year was one of the worst fans have had to endure in the long 123 year history of Newcastle United with just 7 wins and 30 points in our 38 league games. That's relegation form with a capital [...]
With less than 48 hours since the last game against Everton, Steve McClaren will need to make some changes to the side for the game at the Hawthorns tomorrow afternoon against West Brom. We'd like to see Cheick Tiote, Kevin Mbabu and Siem de Jong all brought in to get a start tomorrow. Papiss Cisse [.
It looks like Seydou Doumbia may not get his visa through for the tough game at Everton tonight so we'll assume he's not available, but with four new players coming in we should be able to field a good side from now on through the last 15 games of the season. Bournemouth won [...]
Apathy is a strange concept. Often an emotion that follows the understanding of inevitability. Like waking up every day to a Tory government, or the sound of your own biological clock ticking and increasingly the fact that our most beloved are dying while many continue to breathe our limited oxygen.