Sumptuous Liverpool Tear Spurs Apart

Sumptuous Liverpool Tear Spurs Apart

If there were any doubts about Liverpool's ability to brush their peers aside in the absence of You Know Who, a sumptuous and exhilarating performance at White Hart Lane will have blown such concerns away. Brendan Rodgers' side were superb in beating Spurs 3-0, a brilliant Raheem Sterling opening the scoring before a Steven Gerrard penalty and marauding run and finish from Alberto Moreno did the rest. Wow, is the word...

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ven if United were to sign CR7 & Messi to play upfront, the fact remains Fletcher and Cleverly are playing in midfield. That's where the problem is. Fletcher is too slow with an awful pass, while Cleverly is simply rubbish

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Di Maria - A Signing of Necessity, or Opportunity?

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hese days, these days, you can't say something racist without somebody saying that you're a racist.

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rop Rooney (he's so disappointing, overrated and overpaid), and play Di Maria and RVP upfront, much like the set up at the Netherlands team with Roben and RVP...

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