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  1. Deadline day disappointment looms

    Kristian Walsh

    The end is nearly here. The final day of this putrid, sideshow of a month is upon us. Thirty days have passed, and just one remains. Even that may have expired by the time you read this. This article will self-destruct in five, four, three ... And...

    Blog | January 30, 2014
  2. Liverpool's attacking genius paving Euro road

    Kristian Walsh

    This is probably the thousandth time it has been said, but needs saying again: Liverpool's 5-3 win against Stoke showed they are a serious football team, a football team that is serious about reaching their expectations this season. - Usher: Luis ...

    Blog | January 16, 2014
  3. Second half subs end deja vu feeling vs. Oldham

    Kristian Walsh

    For 45 minutes, there was an unwelcome sense of deja vu on Merseyside. This may have been Anfield and not Boundary Park, and the majority who watched from the sides wore red instead of blue, but this was still a Liverpool side struggling against a de...

    Blog | January 05, 2014
  4. Focus deserves to be on Rodgers after solid start

    Kristian Walsh

    Liverpool's fine start to the season, their best since 2008-09, has led to praise being flung in scattergun style. Praise is tossed towards goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, who, true to form, dives to his left and pushes it away; praise is given to Mart...

    Blog | November 14, 2013
  5. Liverpool the nearly men at Old Trafford

    Kristian Walsh

    With 72 minutes played at Old Trafford, Luis Suarez exhaled. In his breathless return to the Liverpool side after his 10-game ban, this was the first time he truly stood still since the first whistle. The striker had scuttled, twisted and trekked acr...

    Blog | September 26, 2013
  6. Unlike 2010, World Cup opportunities will keep young squad hungry...

    Kristian Walsh

    The reals have finally dropped for Brazil national team coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. Reports in his home nation suggest he has twirled his brush-like moustache long enough: the time has come for Philippe Coutinho to be called up to the Selecao. It's...

    Blog | September 09, 2013
  7. Unlike 2010, World Cup chances will keep young Liverpool squad hu...

    Kristian Walsh

    The reals have finally dropped for Brazil national team coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. Reports in his home nation suggest he has twirled his brush-like moustache long enough: the time has come for Philippe Coutinho to be called up to the Selecao. It's a...

    Blog | September 08, 2013
  8. Liverpool set to win nothing with kids

    Kristian Walsh

    When you watch an event in history, there is sometimes an urge to change it, to find life's giant remote control under the sofa and rewind everything back to the beginning. It is an opportunity for a fresh start, a different outcome, a second chan...

    Blog | August 11, 2013
  9. Back to reality for Liverpool after Far East tour

    Kristian Walsh

    After seven goals, 27 players used and endless hours spent receiving unbridled, unconditional admiration, it is time for Liverpool to return home. This is the final boarding call for Flight 1892, and a return back to reality. Preseason tours of fa...

    Blog | July 29, 2013
  10. Anfield dreams of Carragher for the final time

    Kristian Walsh

    There will be plenty of time for Liverpool to dissect this season. There will be moments of quiet contemplation and intense, microscopic analysis; moments to assess what went right, what went wrong and just why everything happened. There will even be...

    Blog | May 19, 2013
  11. Coutinho making Liverpool minds dance with possibilities

    Kristian Walsh

    Philippe Coutinho is 20 years old. Sit back and ruminate upon that. It might make you happy, it might make you sad; it should definitely make you question what you were doing at that age. Whatever is was, it cannot match up to running football games ...

    Blog | May 12, 2013
  12. Coutinho shines in Liverpool win

    Kristian Walsh

    Philippe Coutinho is 20 years old. Sit back and ruminate upon that. It might make you happy, it might make you sad; it should definitely make you question what you were doing at that age. Whatever is was, it cannot match up to running football games ...

    Blog | May 12, 2013
  13. Fun at Fulham could help May malaise

    Kristian Walsh

    Looks are more deceiving in football than most other things in life. Take Craven Cottage, home of Fulham. Though the walk along the Thames is pleasant and the stadium, fraying by the game, appears quaint and inoffensive, it can become anything but...

    Blog | May 11, 2013
  14. One-man team myth dispelled dramatically

    Kristian Walsh

    Of all the questions asked about Luis Suarez in the past week - both bite and ban - there was one posed with voices more hushed and worrisome than any other: How does the one-man team survive without the one man? Trick question. Liverpool have not...

    Blog | April 27, 2013
  15. Back to the football - remember that?

    Kristian Walsh

    So this was the week that was, the week that will be no more. The week Paradise was lost and man took a firm, frustrated chunk from that forbidden apple so ripe; the week politicians commented on a sport they detest instead of engaging in discours...

    Blog | April 26, 2013
  16. Suarez bite 'saves' forgettable game

    Kristian Walsh

    It would be easy to focus on Luis Suarez. It would be a simple task to roll eyes, shake heads and wag fingers with a fearsome thrust. There is no excusing the inexcusable, after all. But there is also little point in adding a boot to the reputati...

    Blog | April 21, 2013