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KOP Single Issues 2010-2012

KOP Single Issues 2010-2012


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In 2012, a Liverpool legend was summoned to Boston by an American sports investment company to be fired for a target he didn’t hit. A Northern Irishman promptly escaped from a Stadium of Liberty to the Melwood training ground. Halfway through his first season, still employed by Liverpool Football Club, he survives as a manager of no fortune. If you have a problem with him, if no other magazine can help, or if you rate him highly, maybe you should read...THE RODGERS REPORT.

Ok, so we could do with a few bullet-holes and some ‘der der-der der, der der der-der’ music as well, but this month we examine Brendan Rodgers and his Plan A-Team. From his tactics to his transfers to the ‘little technical board’ the Liverpool manager is part of, we’ve got it covered in our in-depth feature about his first six months in the job. And, like BA at his finest, we aint pulling no punches, fool.

Our five-fingered saluting cover star Daniel Sturridge also features prominently. We analyse everything from his goalscoring ability to the tactics needed to get the best out of him to the alleged attitude problems that have dogged Studge’s career. Is Dan the man to fire Liverpool up the table?

We explain what needs to happen for Spirit of Shankly’s campaign for cheaper away tickets to prove successful, John Aldridge tips an Academy starlet to become a first-team star and Chris McLoughlin has a strong opinion on Liverpool unnecessarily changing out of their iconic all-red strip for away games to satisfy commercial demands.

Keith Costigan looks at the reasons behind the resurgence of Stewart Downing and Jose Enrique, we’ve got a warning that the notorious Lawro virus is on the increase and after Luis Suarez was lambasted for not owning up to a handball goal at Mansfield, we reveal how football has been full of nothing but honesty down the years. Yeah, right....

We also help South Wales Police with their appeal to catch a football wanted in connection with an attempted murder on a Dutch national in the Swansea region.

The Kop. Comment. Analysis. Humour. Opinion. Passion. Pegguy Arphexad in shorts! Gerrit ordered, lid.




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