Tag Archive: Gerrard

Jan 28

Chelsea 1 – 0 Liverpool: Coutinho and Gerrard restrict Chelsea’s midfield, before Mourinho’s changes tactics in second half

Chelsea’s midfield duo of Fabregas and Matic will definitely feature in most of the EPL XIs till now this season, but Brendan Rodger’s setup at Stamford Bridge not only turned up but also triumphed over the highly efficient Chelsea midfield. Rodgers retained his central midfield duo of Henderson and Lucas, flanked by Markovic and Moreno. …

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Apr 12

Rodgers might need to change midfield diamond shape to match Manchester City’s lone striker system

Much of the English media have undermined Mourinho’s claims of a “fake table” over the last 2 months. But here we are, facing arguably the biggest game of the season, and Jose’s Chelsea are not involved in it. Liverpool and Manchester City are not the most traditional of rivals; infact, in a more ironical sense, …

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Mar 17

Manchester United 0 – 3 Liverpool: Rodger’s midfield diamond and Sterling’s selection pays off

While Chelsea might have lost at Villa Park and Manchester City do look beatable with every passing day, Liverpool and Arsenal are still considered by many to be “barely there” in terms of the title race. But Rodgers’ Liverpool team dodged a major bullet by beating Manchester United at Old Trafford in a game which …

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Feb 24

Liverpool 4 – 3 Swansea: Henderson’s forward bursts saves Liverpool after Gerrard’s horror show

Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool side welcomed his former team Swansea City in a Barclays Premier League encounter at Anfield in a game that finished 4-3 to the hosts. Three points were crucial for The Reds from this game, especially after Manchester City, Arsenal and table toppers Chelsea all registered wins yesterday. Liverpool started the game on …

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Jan 23

Lucas’s injury exposes the Gerrard liability for Liverpool and England

This season of the EPL has often been described as the most interesting, particularly due to the instabilities created by managerial changes across top clubs at the start of the campaign. And unsurprisingly, the 2 more consistent clubs till now in top 6 were the ones which chose to retain their managements: Arsenal and Liverpool. …

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