Liverpool vs West Bromwich Albion – Post Match Analysis

Liverpool vs West Brom - Post Match AnalysisSteve Clarke made a perfect start as West Brom manager with the emphatic 3-0 win over Liverpool at Hawthrons on the opening day of new premier league season. Liverpool played with 10-men for the last half an hour after Daniel Agger was sent off for the challenge against Shane Long.

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Liverpool Season Preview: A New Era Begins

Liverpool Season Preview: A New Era BeginsMuch has changed at Liverpool since the end of last season. Kenny Dalglish and his coaching staff have been sacked and in came Brendan Rodgers, a young manager with his own ideas and his own staff. While most people, including me, were sceptical about Rodgers he stepped up with confidence and has so far impressed in everything he has done.

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RVP Deal Emphasises Man Utd’s Attacking Ambition

RVP Deal Emphasises Man Utd’s Attacking AmbitionAfter witnessing Manchester City snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, and thus snatch the Premier League trophy from the hands of Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United aim to reinstate their dominance.

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Van Persie Lied, So Does Everyone, None Can Explain Why?

Van Persie Lied, So Does Everyone, None Can Explain Why?Robin van Persie will finally complete his so called dream move away from Arsenal, only to join their rivals Manchester United. Last year’s star striker leaves the gunner fans with scars that will take some time to heal but eventually they will get over him.

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Liverpool Must Not Make Agger Feel Unwanted Like Alonso

Liverpool Must Not Make Agger Feel Unwanted Like AlonsoThey say “no player is bigger than the club” perhaps right, but there are certain the club can hardly replace, especially the Loyal ones. Liverpool fans have been desperate for success since the departure of pass magician Xabi Alonso, still not replaced. For worst, they might be repeating the same mistakes with Daniel Agger, making him feel unwanted when he absolutely loves the club.

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Arsenal Finally Signing Ready-Made Stars But Must Keep Theirs

Arsenal Finally Signing Ready-Made Stars But Must Keep TheirsArsenal are having an impressive transfer season as manager Arsene Wenger have added top quality players for a price that can be considered equal to a “steal”. Needless to say, Arsenal have spent unlike themselves as they usually do not just splash a lot of cash without selling players. There is still considerable time left in the closure of transfer market and most importantly the Gunners must keep their best stars.

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Dzeko Not Versatile Enough and Must Leave Manchester City

Dzeko Not Versatile Enough and Must Leave Manchester CityRoberto Mancini, on signing Edin Dzeko, considered him as a player who can “make the difference”. 18 months later, the Bosnian striker finds himself in a complex scenario. Dzeko was signed for a heavy fee of £27 million i.e. sixth highest transfer figure in the premier league, still he might have to depart the club in search of first team football.

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Oscar, Drogba and Players Who Wore No. 11 for Chelsea

Oscar, Drogba and Players Who Wore Number 11 for ChelseaNew Chelsea signing Oscar dos Santos will wear Number 11 for the blues next season. The talented youngster has been a star at Olympics and will look to carry that from for Chelsea. The number 11 shirt has been worn by numerous quality players for the blues. Soccerisma provides the list of Chelsea players who have worn the number since the inception of premier league.

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The Asian Market Attracting The Biggest Stars – Revolution in the Making

The Asian Market Attracting The Biggest Stars - Revolution in the Making Asian football is looking it’s brightest at this moment of time. At national team level -Japan’s national team beat Spain by a goal to nil in the London 2012 Olympics therefore breaking their record of never beating Spain at any age group level.

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Liverpool Transfers – Reducing Wage Bill, Reducing Quality

Liverpool Transfers – Reducing Wage Bill, Reducing QualityAlberto Aquilani adds to the list of Liverpool departures after Kuyt and Rodriguez as the club looks to reduce the wage bill but inturn reducing quality as well. Brendan Rodgers has full control over the transfer activities but up till now Liverpool have only signed Fabio Borini from AS Roma.

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