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PhD Candidate in Literature & Politics, but I spend most of my time thinking and writing about Liverpool FC and avoiding my dissertation entirely. You can find me in California, Wisconsin, or Merseyside.

Pep Lijnders with Glowing View of Harvey Elliott’s Mentality

The youngster looked to make a real impact on the first team this season, making his positive response to his set-back all the more impressive.

Henderson Could Reach Milestone Against Crystal Palace

Henderson — and some other Liverpool players — are chasing records against Crystal Palace

Preview: Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace

Liverpool hope to get back to winning ways against in-form Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Liverpool Squad Honor’s Salah’s Special Achievement

Though the mood has been somber following Harvey Elliot’s unfortunate injury, the team nonetheless came together to mark Salah’s goal benchmark

Klopp Not Alone in International Duty Availability “Farce”

While Alisson and Fabinho would be important misses for Liverpool, Klopp’s frustrations are shared around the league

Leeds to Pose a Particular Tactical Challenge for Klopp’s Reds

While much of the chat leading up to the matches at the weekend surround issues of player availability after the international break, Klopp spent some time unpacking the tactical challenge posed by Leeds.

Less Football is Good: UEFA Reject Biennial World Cup Plan

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin detailed today why the body is against the proposal.

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Unpacking the Homophobia of the “Rent Boys” Chant is Crucial

While knowing it’s homophobic should be enough reason not to use it, some may be confused as to the underlying meaning of the chant.

Klopp Hints at No Further Transfer Business

Klopp’s press conference was not easy listening for...the internet

Preview: Liverpool vs. Chelsea

Liverpool have lost just two of their last 13 meetings with Chelsea in the league — though one of those defeats is the most recent.