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Liverpool FC 2011-2012 season review

June 26, 2012 1 comment

To say Liverpool’s campaign in the 2011-2012 season was a strange one is an understatement. It had just about everything: glory, heartbreak, frustration, suspensions, injuries, sackings, woodwork and anything in-between that added up to create the perfect storm of a season gone wrong – yet not without its moments of memorable success. Read more…

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Going Forward: Ways Liverpool can improve in the final 10 games

Steven Gerrard’s hat-trick Tuesday night against Everton was special, and Liverpool picked up a much needed and very deserved three points over their Merseyside rivals. But, to be perfectly frank, Liverpool’s form in league play has been nothing short of disappointing.

Given the way the team played under Kenny Dalglish last season, the results this campaign have left a lot to be desired from the Reds – despite putting in a number of good performances. Whether it be the lack of goals, lack of effort in some games, or questionable team selections, there are a lot of issues with the first team.

Here are my suggestions for the rest of the season. Read more…

Storify | Liverpool 6-1 Brighton: Reds advance in FA Cup

February 19, 2012 Leave a comment

My Storify piece recapping Liverpool’s 6-1 win over Championship side Brighton in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

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Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: Bellamy fires Reds to Wembley

January 25, 2012 2 comments

It’s been 16 years since Liverpool last visited Wembley, but a 2-2 draw with Manchester City in the second leg of the Carling Cup semi-final at Anfield was enough to send the Reds south to the capital, advancing on aggregate 3-2. Read more…

4 examples of great online sports storytelling

January 22, 2012 Leave a comment

Online sports reporting can be anything from good to lazy to in-depth. And, some of the best online sports coverage comes from outside the mainstream media. Here are four examples of good online sports storytelling, two from the mainstream press and two from independent websites. Read more…