The Scouser Report: LFC Sing An Early Easter Carroll

Andy Carroll took flight, Dirk Kuyt made his usual critical contribution and Kenny Dalglish had plenty of reasons to smile. Liverpool’s win over Man City on Monday night almost seemed too easy but there’s no rest for the wicked as a trip to Arsenal is up next.

The Scouser Report: Why Are LFC Supporters Still Fixated On Fernando Torres?

Stephen Brandt, who also posts his own LFC blog, Collecting Cups the Liverpool Way, is taking over the reins of the Scouser Report for the foreseeable future. We hope you like what you read from Stephen, as we’ve promised to keep him on for at least as long as Roman Abramovich keeps Fernando Torres. Which, of course, presents an ulterior motive for his first post.

The Scouser Report – Kenny Dalglish Has A Lot Of Work To Do

After an uninspired Europa League performance against Braga, Matt Dalton is concerned about Liverpool sliding back into the apathy the squad exhibited under Roy Hodgson.

The Scouser Report – Liverpool vs Manchester United

Matt Dalton is happy the Reds put on so dominant a display against United on Sunday but wishes they’d spread the wealth more judiciously, rather than blowing it all on one afternoon.

The Scouser Report – The Honeymoon Is Over For The New, Improved Liverpool

The emotional surge which has produced good results and strong play since Kenny Dalglish assumed command has suddenly gone missing, revealing that the club still has work to do. Matt Dalton offers his advice on what still needs doing and provides a shopping list for King Kenny’s summer spree.

The Scouser Report – Rafa’s Underappreciated Liverpool Legacy

Rafa Benitez has borne much of the criticism for Liverpool’s fall-off after their second place finish and many have pointed to his abbreviated stay at Inter as further proof of his shortcomings. It turns out, though, that he may have done a few things better than anyone is willing to admit.

The Scouser Report: Reds Look To Rooney? Say It Ain’t So!

After last weekend’s high, beating Chelsea in their own back yard and seeing the frustration on Fernando Torres’ face, dropping two points at home to Wigan Athletic has been difficult to swallow. One would have expected Liverpool to take all three points from this encounter, particularly once Raul Meireles had put the home side ahead … Read more

The Scouser Report – Are Liverpool & The Champions League Getting Back Together?

Nicolas Anelka, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres and £85m combined in fees make for quite a daunting prospect, as the media has tripped all over itself to point out for the past 6 days. However, once the late kick-off was finally underway at Stamford Bridge, that proved not to be the case.  The Chelsea strike-force, despite … Read more

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