Browsing All posts tagged under »Liverpool«

‘Bad boy’ Suarez back on form?

October 19, 2011


Yesterday’s blog post was perhaps a little too pro-Liverpool for my liking, even if it was about the Hillsborough disaster. I feel like I need to even it out a little. So… Luis Suarez, anyone? No doubt the guy has to go down as one of the signings of 2011, and proof that despite all […]

Finally, the actual truth on Hillsborough

October 18, 2011


“Now for the truth”. The Liverpool Daily Echo has every reason to be happy with the outcome of yesterday’s parliamentary debate on the 1989 Hillsborough disaster. Twenty-two-and-a-half years is a long time to wait for justice. But the families of the 96 Liverpool supporters who tragically died will finally get the truth after Home Secretary […]

A Tale of Two Eds

September 26, 2011


Have the shadow chancellor and the leader of the opposition agreed on a ‘good cop, bad cop’ policy for this year’s Labour Party conference in Liverpool? For while Ed Miliband faced criticism from all sides for his backtracking on tuition fees, a climbdown that followed quick on the heels of similar betrayals and U-turns on […]

‘Poor old Chelsea’

September 5, 2009


It is hard to find too much sympathy for mega-rich Chelsea as they face a transfer embargo for tapping up a young player. They’ve been accused of it before and it’s good to see some action being taken. It is a little harsh, however, that it is only Chelsea that have been singled out. There […]

Premier League

August 13, 2009


My thoughts on the upcoming Premier League season, which begins on Saturday. Arsenal To my mind Arsene Wenger’s side are the most vulnerable of the Big Four, with the departing Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor, the latter especially given that the club appears to lack someone capable of scoring 20+ goals a season, not adequately […]