Tag : liverpool

Honours Even at the Emirates

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Image Credit: [The Guardian] Liverpool remain unbeaten despite conceding a late equaliser to Alexandre Lacazette. Liverpool maintained their unbeaten run and momentarily climbed back to the summit of the Premier League on Saturday evening as they surrendered a slender lead to draw 1-1 at Arsenal. Jurgen Klopp’s side survived an … Read More

Sumptuous Sturridge saves Liverpool’s unbeaten record

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Image Credit: [The Times] The game was wedded to be ‘The Battle of Salah and Hazard’ by various tabloid media outlets, but this only tells the superficial side of the football match. Saturday’s late afternoon fixture was the coming together of Klopp’s revved pressing machine against Sarri’s speedy passing locomotive. … Read More

Last gasp Firmino strike gets Liverpool off the hook.

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Photo credit [Andrew Powell/Getty Images] The matching of these two in Group C was mouth-watering as soon as the draw was made. Liverpool’s attacking trio of Roberto Firmino, Mo Salah and Sadio Mané all came joint second top goal scorers in the Champions League last season, with ten goals each; … Read More

A Tale of Two Halves

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Since 1982, the unstoppable Manchester City have only won once at Anfield; and Tuesday night proved that stat will remain until further notice. Liverpool exhibited earlier in the season that their relentless pressing could emit chaos in a City defence which has been close to watertight this season. Liverpool managed … Read More

University of Liverpool Labour Students “Tongue-in-Cheek” Call for Execution of Monarch Criticised

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The University of Liverpool Labour Students have been condemned for a tweet which appeared to insinuate a desire to execute Queen Elizabeth II. Referring to the 369th anniversary of the execution of King Charles I, UoLLS tweeted ‘Happy #RegicideDay comrades! We did it once, we can do it once again.’ … Read More

Hillsborough families report: Why has it taken 28 years?

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The fact that it has taken 28 years for a Hillsborough families report is nothing short of a national disgrace. Many Hillsborough family members and also survivors of the disaster have had to deal with awful mental health problems as a result of the tragedy in 1989.  An example of … Read More

Wearing his heart on his sleeve – ‘Grayson Perry’s Dresses’ at the Walker

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‘Making Himself Claire: Grayson Perry’s Dresses’ opened at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool on Saturday and features many of the dresses worn by the artist when dressing up as his female persona Claire. Perry describes himself as a transvestite and has been cross-dressing as ‘Claire’ since he was a … Read More

North: Identity, Photography, Fashion – a celebration of diversity

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Sat on Liverpool’s waterfront is Open Eye Gallery, one of the most important galleries -not only in the northwest but also throughout the UK- for promoting photography as an artistic discipline. This year the gallery celebrates its 40th birthday of pioneering work in this field and it has certainly started … Read More

Steven Gerrard retires after ‘nineteen spectacular years’

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Steven Gerrard has today announced his retirement from professional football after nineteen spectacular years. The former captain of Liverpool, who has spent the last year and a half in the MLS with David Beckham’s former club LA Galaxy, has retired amid rumours he may be interesting in going into coaching. … Read More

Clean Cut Kid @ Headrow House, 23/10/16

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Heading back to Leeds on their first headline tour were Liverpudlian band Clean Cut Kid at Headrow House. They kicked off the night with ‘Runaway’, their single that was released in October 2015 along with the B side ‘Jean’. They performed ‘Jean’ stripped back, giving lots of emotion to the … Read More