Liverpool Podcast: Will Andy Carroll Walk Alone? Nov30

Liverpool Podcast: Will Andy Carroll Walk Alone?

Jimmy K and Anthony join us at Solas in Boston’s beautiful Back Bay to discuss all things LFC.  Also available on iTunes and various other dark corners of the web.  Cheers and thanks for listening! p.s. Anthony definitely makes reference to Carl Crawford’s “very defined body” at some point. Photo by tommypatto ~ IMAGINE Podcast: Play in new window |...

Liverpool: 60% of the Time They Win All the Time Nov04

Liverpool: 60% of the Time They Win All the Time

Hey Clowns, So it’s been a great week for Liverpool….sort of. Last Wednesday, the Reds actually CAME FROM BEHIND…wait for it….AWAY FROM HOME to beat Stoke City in the Carling Cup. Think about those two things…come from behind….away from home. I don’t think we’ve done that in years. *note: if any of you read that as “cum from behind” and chuckled a little bit, nice. However, Liverpool fans can never have just a pure, straight-up “fantastic” week. If the Gods see us enjoying our football and savoring success, they immediately shit all over us. Just for kicks. So sure enough, following two fantastic wins, Steven...

Boston Liverpool Fans: LFC Update – The Scare Halloween Edition Oct28

Boston Liverpool Fans: LFC Update – The Scar...

Hi, For Halloween this year, I’m going to be Jordan Henderson and have sex with my girlfriend since the lad can’t seem to score in real life. Heyoooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!! We are four days away from Halloween weekend, but I am already scared out of my pants. I’m scared we will keep dropping points, when a victory is so close. SO CLOSE. My god, are we serious? Do you know how many opportunities we had to score a goal? 29!! And if you’re a highly esteemed Business Analyst like myself, you’d figure out that if all our goal scoring opportunities went in, we would have won 29-0 (did I do that math right?). I hate writing these emails...

Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview Oct14

Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview

The final whistle blew, and for the first time in what seemed like years, there was something to cheer about in Liverpool. In a game dictated by Premier League newcomer Luis Suarez and executed by the working class hero Dirk Kuyt, Liverpool bested United on all fronts. The 3-1 victory over United sent a clear message to teams across Europe: King Kenny and Liverpool are back. That was March 6th, 2011. While Liverpool continues to improve under Dalglish, reality has started to sink into Reds fans. The climb to the upper echelons of European football will be an arduous task. It will take time, determination, unity, and – of course – money....

Boston Liverpool Fans: Woe is Me Sep23

Boston Liverpool Fan...

Hello again fellow fans, Obviously this is the hardest email I’ve had to write to you so far this year. Our 4-0 thumping to Tottenham at the weekend was difficult to swallow. Not only did we lose, but none of you clowns were around to go to the Phoenix with me. And while I normally would...

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