Liverpool Tactical Review & Longform
Tactics. Analysis. Opinion. This is where TLO gets serious.
Ahead of the World Cup, it seems there’s no end in sight when it comes to talking about Trent
With the world watching, England’s most visible export, the Premier League, takes a step toward nationalism and provinciality.
The 19 year old has been consistently been Liverpool’s best player in midfield to start the season
Under Klopp, Liverpool don’t do stop-gap or short-term signings. If you can’t at least make peace with that, you might be following the wrong club.
The new Premier League season is ahead, and a world of a heartbreaking last campaign behind.
In the final part of our season preview we predict how the season will unfold, making our top eight, relegation, and silverware picks.
Who we’re expecting a big year from, who we’re expecting a breakthrough from, and who we’re a little worried about as the 2022-23 season kicks off.
After last year’s quadruple push came up just short, we ask what the Reds should prioritize this year and what would make for a successful season.
Part of an ongoing effort to help you not sound daft at the pub.
Heading into a new season, we ask if Liverpool have done enough to stay ahead of the chasing pack and maybe even close the gap on Manchester City.
With Sadio Mané departing Liverpool for Bayern Munich, the Front Three has run its race. And a new Front Three starts the race anew.
The Uruguayan not only has the physical tools to become a force as he enters his peak, he is also surrounded by a ridiculously strong cast that should provide him with plenty of opportunities to score at a club built to compete at the highest levels for the long term.
With 2021-22 behind us, team TLO sat down to discuss what has to happen for the Reds to challenge for the top trophies again next season.
The staff at TLO sat down to figure out which players exceeded our expectations in 2021-22 and who fell a little short.
Premier League draws against Tottenham and a failure to score in the cup finals rank high on our lists of regrets for Liverpool’s 2021-22 campaign.
A pair of dominant victories over Manchester United and key contributions from fringe players in the cups feature heavily as we think back on the top moments of 2021-22.
Liverpool have had a largely settled squad for much longer than most, but are now having to come to grips with losing the likes of Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah soon.
Liverpool came closer than anyone to a quadruple only for the final week of the season to end in a pair of missed trophies. We try to put 2021-22 into perspective.
Two different stories of events on the ground at the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Liverpool FC CEO Billy Hogan says the club is requesting a full investigation to establish the facts of what happened outside (and inside) the Stade de France in what became a nightmare for many fans.
Following Liverpool’s loss to Real Madrid, I try to make sense of the emotional impact of a loss that was also a disaster off the pitch due to the failings of the authorities.