Found February 15, 2013 on
Last night's 2-0 Europa League defeat felt like a hangover from the Kenny Dalglish era: lots of clear-cut chances created but an abject failure to finish them off. Defensive frailty ultimately cost Liverpool the game against Zenit, but Anfield legend Gary Gillespie has laid the blame for the loss squarely at the feet of Reds striker Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan had plenty of chances to break the
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With the futures of Fabio Borini and Luis Suarez up in the air at the moment, Liverpool continue to look at alternate striking options, and Spartak Moscow striker Emmanuel Emenike is apparently one of the players on the club's wanted list.
Reports yesterday claim that the Reds are monitoring the Spartak Moscow striker as a possible replacement for Luis Suarez (!), and according...
Philippe Coutinho marked his full debut with a goal as Liverpool returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion with a 5-0 rout of Swansea City at Anfield.
The Brazilian found the net with a fine solo goal just seconds after half-time to add to Steven Gerrard‘s first-half opener from the penalty spot.
Jose Enrique then finished a fine team move by stabbing in a third before Luis...
Liverpool conceded two goals in less than three minutes to Zenit St Petersburg to leave their Europa League campaign hanging in the balance after a 2-0 defeat Thursday night.
Despite having failed to properly test goalkeeper Vyacheslav Malafeev with a number of chances the Reds seemed to be managing to hold on in their last-32 Europa League first-leg tie in the sub-zero Petrovsky...
Zenit St Petersburg coach Luciano Spalletti accepts his side cannot afford to be second best against Liverpool on Thursday in their Europa League last-32 first-leg tie.
The Russian champions have not played a competitive match since mid-December because of the break in the domestic season, but Spalletti does not view that as an excuse.
"We can't play as number two. We...
Liverpool’s hopes of Europa League success took a blow after it went down to a 2-0 defeat to Zenit St. Petersburg in the first leg of the last 32 tie in Russia on Thursday evening.
The Reds created plenty of chances in an entertaining game but were ultimately punished by two late goals for the home side.
Hulk fired Zenit into the lead with just over 20 minutes remaining when he...
Generally speaking, great footballers rarely go on to become great managers. There are, of course, exceptions to that rule, and for Liverpool, Reds legend Kenny Dalglish is the most obvious example. Goalscoring hero Ian Rush played under Dalglish during the Scot's fantastic first spell at the club, and he hopes that another current Liverpool player will one day make the step up to the Anfield