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Liverpool FC – Who’s going to be shown the door?

Posted on March 19, 2016 at 2:14 pm

It’s been a disanointing season for Liverpool, and as a fan myself; I can’t wait for the season to be over. We’re sitting at mid-table with a team of average players, and even the almighty Jurgen Klopp can’t help us! There’s going to be a lot of movement in the summer transfer window, and one man already on his way in is centre-back Joel Matip.

This may mean Skrtel, Toure or Sakho may depart, but there are plenty of other players fighting for their place. Here’s our rundown of players we think may leave this summer:

  • Joe Allen
  • Toure
  • Mignolet
  • Bogdan
  • Balotelli
  • Benteke
  • Ibe
  • Moreno

Time could well be up for all of these players, and we’re pretty sure Liverpool will be one of the busiest clubs in the transfer window. Let’s just hope key players like Sturridge and Coutinho stay.

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A quiet transfer window for the big clubs

Posted on February 14, 2016 at 10:30 pm

On the whole, it was a rather quiet transfer period for the so-called ‘big teams’ like Liverpool, Manchester United, Man city, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. Funnily enough, the team that spent the most was Newcastle, which made a big change, with Shelvey and Townsend the big two coming in. The rather quiet period suggests there will be big signings to be made during the summer, and we’ll have to wait another few months to see whether that’s the case. With Klopp yet to make a stamp on the Liverpool team and Guardiola joining Man City relatively soon, it would be strange if there weren’t any high profile signings. Manchester United may well be getting Jose Mourinho and we’re sure he too will want to make some changes, so perhaps the quiet window can mean a much more exciting summer period.

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Has Hiddink turned things around?

Posted on January 30, 2016 at 8:42 pm

So it’s been over a month since Chelsea sacked Mourinho, and things are actually starting to look better. The Blues have climbed the table, and they’ve actually picked up a bit of form, although they have had a fair few draws in recent weeks. The players seem happier, they seem to be giving more—which is natural considering they’re essentially playing for their futures at Stamford Bridge. Obviously, the season hasn’t gone to plan, and they’re unlikely to make top 4, or top 6 for that matter, but the storm seems to have passed, and there’s now the feeling that the only way is up. The win against Arsenal was huge, and it will certainly give the players a boost, but we’re sure this season could just be a blip and they may go back to being title contenders this time next year, depending on who the permanent manager is.

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