Mourinho & Chelsea: Who Says You Can Never Go Home?

When Martin Palazzotto says never say never, he means it. Not content with teaching pigs to fly or installing air conditioning in Lucifer’s offices, the WFC editor takes a flight of fancy, examining how the impossible could occur, by tracing Jose Mourinho’s path back to Stamford Bridge.

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.

John Henry’s Liverpool Dilemma: The Pride Of The Kop

John Henry has thus far proved to be an ideal owner for Liverpool FC. He has pulled the club from the brink, financed some impressive purchases and given the Kop their dream manager. Now, Reds supporters are queuing up with requests for players to be acquired in the summer transfer window. However, as the man writing the cheques, maybe John Henry deserves to get something he’d like in exchange.

Man United Thrive On The Edge While Chelsea Placidly Live In Denial

Chelsea are spending far too much energy pretending that their problems don’t exist. Meanwhile the side that just put them behind the eight ball in the Champions League, Manchester United, are less concerned with appearances than with winning.

European Lights: Chelsea & Bayern Stake Their Final 8 Claims, Man United & Real Madrid Have Work Still To Do

Quasi Zulquarnain reviews the best of the Champions and Europa League matches which took place over the week.

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.

Chelsea Could Be In For A Copenhagen Surprise

Chelsea head to Copenhagen, on Tuesday night, for their Champions League clash with the perennial Danish champions FC Copenhagen. Even though the Danes have been inactive, except for a series of prepatory friendlies, since before the holidays, Chelsea cannot afford to take a side lightly that battled to a stalemate with Barcelona and is far more accustomed to the frigid conditions expected at Parken in the opening leg of the tie.

If Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t have his side prepared, the Lions will roar.

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

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