Daniel Doran

Daniel Doran has written 9 posts for World Football Columns

The Scouser Report: Liverpool Stewing Over Downing & Stevie G

Steven Gerrard is on the mend and Stewart Downing is on a tear. Will the two soon prove mutually exclusive? Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Carroll Sits & Liverpool Hits At The Transfer Deadline

Daniel Doran wonders what Kenny Dalglish is ultimately going to do with Andy Carroll and examines the Reds flurry of last minute transfer business. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Liverpool Will Never Find A Better Time To Catch The Gunners At Home

Daniel Doran thinks that the Gunners are low on ammo. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Liverpool v Sunderland, Time To Get Serious

On Saturday, both theory and practice go out the window. Now it’s time to do. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Why Aren’t Liverpool Fans Asking Where’s Alberto?

It’s not easy, but Liverpool has made£20 million disappear. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Jose Enrique and The Left Back Dilemma

The Scouser Report runs the rule over the prospect of Jose Enrique in a red shirt. Continue reading »

Aston Villa Get Their Man And Wigan….?

Daniel Doran takes the road less traveled by praising Charles N’Zogbia and trashing Wigan Athletic. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Soccernomics, Moneyball and Liverpool’s Transfer Policy

Daniel Doran examines the Liverpool version of Moneyball. Continue reading »

The Scouser Report: Steven Gerrard’s Injuries And Charlie Adam’s Signing

With Steven Gerrard now unavailable for Liverpool’s pre-season Asian Tour, apparently due to injury, does Charlie Adam become a more important signing for the club? New Scouser Report correspondent, Daniel Doran, has the answer. Continue reading »

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