Liverpool are expected to give a serious title challenge in the Premier League this season. Their star man Mohammed Salah will be expected to play a huge role in that after a phenomenal debut season at Anfield that saw him clinch several awards.

Well, there are many other stars that have been one season wonders. A good example is Andrew Johnson who was brilliant in a Crystal Palace shirt in the 2004/05 season. So much was expected of him the following years but he never quite match his exploits.
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Gerrard on England chances

Former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard said that the national team has an outsider chance of winning the tournament. He said that there is so much quality as well as youthfulness in the team that he is sure that they will have a great tournament.


Steven Gerrard said that this is a generation of players that have not won anything yet at international level and that they will want to prove their critics wrong. He said that very often England has had a great generation of players but they did not manage to make their mark at an international level.
He believes that this generation is different and that they will be giving their best in the tournament in Russia. He said that they have already won their first game against Tunisia and that they now have to seek qualification against Panama.
He believes that the final game of the group stage will determine the finishing position of Belgium and England and this can have an incidence of the tournament future. He said that England has had a relatively easy draw in this tournament and that they will reach the quarter-final quite easily.
Steven Gerrard said that it is at this moment that things will become more difficult and that the England players will have to be at their best. He said that it is not enough to be winning games during friendly matches and that they will have to prove themselves against the best teams in the world if they want to lift the World Cup trophy.
Steven Gerrard said that there are some quality players in the England team and that they have played at the highest level with their clubs. He believes that they have the experience to handle such a competition and will definitely make their country proud of them.

Steven Gerrard hails Celtic boss as ‘fantastic man manager’

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has hailed Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers as a ‘fantastic man manager’ prior to the Hoops’ Champions League playoff tie against Astana tonight.

The former Reds midfielder was previewing the game on BT Sport where he spoke about the influence Rodgers had in his career.

“He’s top drawer. He’s very slick on the training ground, he’s a fantastic man manager, he makes you feel good and confident all the time. He helped me an awful lot. People might not think that but he helped break my game down and change my game so you’ve got to give him a lot of credit.” he said while speaking to Gary Lineker.

Rodgers celebrated a domestic treble with Celtic last season, but their Champions League outing was still a disappointment as they finished last in their group. Celtic have beaten the likes of Linfield and Rosenborg to reach the playoff stage of the competition this season, and fellow BT Sport pundit Steve McManaman also heaped praise on Rodgers for his efforts.McManaman said:”What you have to remember is they did it the hard way Celtic. Yes, they played Linfield early on and dispatched them quite comfortably, but to go and beat Rosenborg when they are top of their league and well into their league, that’s always a difficult game Rosenborg.” Read more »


After years of searching for a capable heir to folk-hero Jamie Carragher and failing multiple times, Liverpool FC came close to a player capable of closing the gap left behind by the former Kop captain – Virgil van Dijk.

The Dutch international on what seems to be an eerie cycle of spending two years at every club he’s being since starting out at Eredivisie side Groningen could have sworn to have started silent preparations to move to Anfield.

The story started out as the Red Army fortified by the prospect of their qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, enhancing their ability to entice premium players to Anfield, got involved in a transfer rumour with the Southampton defender.

Yeah, that’s not a crime until you – Liverpool in this case – refuse to openly deny the rumour and allow it to linger on till the Saints management got pissed by the manner with which the Fenway Sports Group-owned club decided to go about the business.

For years, since the Reds fell into the low-quality pool of the Europa League, signing top players have been more of a nightmare. Read more »


Liverpool organized a tribute for their long time player Lucas Leiva.

The Brazilian has spent a decade at Anfield so the club made out time to celebrate him. Former skipper Steven Gerrard was available as he led the tributes for the Brazilian star.

The club’s biggest personalities were there at a special dinner in Leiva’s honour on Monday at the new Main Stand at Anfield. Former star Jamie Carragher joined Gerrard to thank Leiva for a decade of hardwork.

Gerrard took to his social media account to wish Leiva a goodwill message that reads: “10 years a Red. Congratulations Lucas Leiva,” adding a photo of both of them. Read more »

Steven Gerrard reveals which player he would love to see in Liverpool

The 2017 January Premier League transfer window started on the 1st of January and concluded in the 31st of that same month.

This is a very important period of time for clubs that are competing in any European League as manages have the chance to upgrade their respective squad by signing new players while releasing some of their own at the same time.

Leicester City was reinforced by the arrivals of OnyinyeNdidi and MollaWague. Pep Guardiola signed Gabriel Jesus after offloading £27 million in the Brazilian player. Almost all the other clubs that are currently competing in the Premier League signed a few players as well.

Liverpool is one of the few clubs that did not sign any new players, the only arrivals that made their way to Anfield were LazarkMarkovic and Adam Bogdan as they came back to Anfield because their respective loan deals with their former clubs had reached it’s end. Read more »