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Four Things Jurgen Klopp is Doing to help Liverpool
Last Word Staff - Sep 20, 2022

Liverpool are not having the best of starts to the current Premier League season, but there are four things Jurgen Klopp is doing to ensure that the Reds’ are still title-worthy. It showed in their Champions League clash against Ajax, and this brand of football will be dangerous in the Premier League. The evident absence of […]


David de Gea

It seems so long ago that David de Gea was considered by many to be the best goalkeeper in the world. Between 2015 and 2018, the Spaniard was unplayable, and it can be argued that he was the main reason why Manchester United’s fall from grace after the retirement of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson […]

Gerard Houllier
Nat Goodlad, Editor - Dec 14, 2020

Former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier has passed away at the age of 73. The Frenchman spent six years in charge of the Reds from 1998 to 2004, winning the FA Cup, two League Cups, the Charity Shield, the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Super Cup. He also spent one season in charge of Aston Villa […]

Mesut Özil
Martin Keady - Nov 21, 2020

To read Part One of this article, click here. Mesut Özil: An Arsenal Career of Two Halves The Second Half In our time of plague (or at least pandemic), it can be easy to forget what life was like at the start of 2020, let alone at the start of 2018, when Arsenal faced the […]

Mesut Özil
Martin Keady - Nov 21, 2020

The Premier League returns this weekend, but of course, Mesut Özil will not. Having been left out of both Arsenal’s Premier League squad and Europa League squad, Özil is not eligible to play for Arsenal again until January at the absolute earliest, but by then he will be able to speak to foreign clubs about […]

Sean Wilson - Nov 11, 2020

Despite missing out on a top four place last season, Leicester have started this campaign superbly. But how have they done it?

Mikel Arteta Arsenal Aston Villa
Fraser Bernstein - Nov 8, 2020

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has taken “full responsibility” for his side’s 3-0 loss at home to Aston Villa – admitting that the Gunners failed to play as a team. Mikel Arteta Takes ‘Full Responsibility’ for Arsenal Performance Gunners Slip to 11th Going Into International Break An own goal from Bukayo Saka along with a brace […]

Nat Phillips

When Virgil van Dijk received the news that his season was over, the search for an adequate replacement instantly began and, but for Fabinho, that search would still be underway. And it looked as though the Brazilian, who has previously been without many injury concerns, would be able to do a more than capable job […]

Diogo Jota
Nat Goodlad, Editor - Oct 25, 2020

One of the few hindrances to having an established, world-class talent in your team is that when you need to rest them, the player coming into replace them often cannot perform to the same levels. Tottenham Hotspur have had it for years with Harry Kane, but will be hopeful that the addition of Carlos Vinicius […]

Steve Bruce
Jonny Tiplady - Oct 18, 2020

Newcastle United’s form before the international break was inconsistent if anything; encouraging signs in their opening day performance against West Ham United fizzled quickly after lacklustre showings against Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur. Beating Burnley brought some confidence back, but it also highlighted a lack of innovation in the tactics Steve Bruce deploys. […]

Manchester United
Alexander Ayling - Oct 5, 2020

Manchester United served up a disastrous defensive performance in their 6-1 mauling by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. What’s more, it was all so entirely predictable. In the club’s previous Premier League encounter, Brighton & Hove Albion hit the woodwork no fewer than five times as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s side gave up chance after chance. Adding […]

Neco Williams
Jonny Tiplady - Sep 30, 2020

When a football Goliath-like Liverpool comes up against its own David in the cup, you would expect the Reds would march on. This was the case last week as the Premier League champions romped to a 7-2 victory over Lincoln City in the Carabao Cup. Yet, despite advancing to the next stage with ease, fans […]

VAR handball
Kunle Ajao - Sep 29, 2020

At first, it all looked innocuous, as it initially always does. Crystal Palace had a chance to double their lead at Old Trafford, but Jordan Ayew’s shot was blocked by Victor Lindelof and Manchester United thought they had gotten away with it. Except they hadn’t, as VAR called back Martin Atkinson to check for handball, […]

Roy Hodgson
Charlie Gordon - Sep 24, 2020

Against the odds, Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace toppled Manchester United in their own backyard last weekend to make it two wins from two this campaign. Having been among the favourites to go down, it appears there is still plenty of life in 73-year-old Hodgson and his South London squad. His longevity certainly makes you wonder where […]

Alexandre Lacazette
Zac Campbell - Sep 23, 2020

Alexandre Lacazette notched his second goal in as many Premier League games to help an unconvincing Arsenal earn all three points against West Ham United last Saturday. After last week’s announcement that his partner in crime, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, penned a new deal with the club, it’s time for the Gunners to tie Lacazette up for […]

West Ham
Kunle Ajao - Sep 17, 2020

There have been so many reasons why football in its current Covid-laced state – without fans – is a bit bland. There’s no real atmosphere – however much they pump in fake crowd noise – to aid a sterile game and augment a great one. There’s no roar, yell, or rally cry after a fourth […]



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