Liverpool are well and truly in the race for the title following three months without a loss. Arsenal is setting the pace for the league and have only lost once; they will be tough to catch but another good month in December could put us into contention. December is a tough month for us regardless […]Read more "#FM17 | Liverpool #5 | Congestion"
We are well and truly on our way up the table after our disappointing start to the season. We are now unbeaten in seven games, including ties against Everton and Tottenham. The Reds are starting to climb the league and put pressure on the top four after our streak. The board wants Europa League qualification, […]Read more "#FM17 | Liverpool #4 | Unbeaten"
What a journey it has been already. My first month as Liverpool manager was one to be forgotten as we lost all four of our fixtures. But the lads were able to bounce back in September, picking up three wins from three and not conceding a goal. October is a tough month for us as […]Read more "#FM17 | Liverpool #3 | Derby Day"
I’ll be the first to admit it, and my Facebook would not let me forget, August was a disaster for me. I was given a baptism of fire in the league with my opening two fixtures against Manchester City and Arsenal. Losses against top opposition could be excused, but back-to-back defeats to Rotherham and Southampton […]Read more "#FM17 | Liverpool #2 | The Resurgence"
Football Manager has been out for a few months now and while I have played around with some simulation saves, I am yet to get into the game. My first save was riddled with long-term injuries meaning I soon lost interest and ended up abandoning my save. With the game updating to 17.2, I have […]Read more "#FM17 | Liverpool #1 | Pilot"
The January transfer window has arrived with clubs given the chance to strengthen their squads yet again. While some players who were signed in January have struggled, there have been plenty of success stories despite some people believing that deals halfway through the season do not work out. Stay tuned to find out the top […]Read more "Top Ten Premier League January Transfers"
Liverpool entered the January transfer window in second place, six points behind league leaders Chelsea. Jurgen Klopp spent big in the summer transfer period, but the Reds remained in profit after offloading the likes of Christian Benteke and Jordon Ibe for significant transfer fees. Liverpool have picked up the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho […]Read more "Who Will Liverpool Sign and Sell in the January Transfer Window? – FM17"
The January transfer window is just around the corner with clubs given the chance to strengthen their squads yet again. The mid-season transfer period usually involves more expensive deals as clubs are unwilling to lose their star players halfway through a league campaign. After a summer of massive spending, don’t be surprised to see more […]Read more "Ten Premier League January Transfer Targets"
It’s been a hectic week of Premier League action in the busy festive period with all clubs playing twice in seven days. Matchday 17 included a top of the table clash between Manchester City and Arsenal, a bottom of the table must-win game for Sunderland who faced Watford and the eagerly anticipated Merseyside derby between […]Read more "Premier League Team of the Week – Matchday 17"
Everton host Liverpool in Jurgen Klopp’s first Merseyside derby at Goodison Park. The Reds haven’t won at Goodison since 2011 and will be looking to keep pace with league leaders Chelsea with a win over their rivals. The Toffees will be looking to build on an impressive win over Arsenal to keep their momentum heading […]Read more "QUIZ: Can you beat our Merseyside derby quiz?"