The Curious Case of Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge

In January 2013, Daniel Sturridge signed for Liverpool in a deal that many deemed opportunistic at the time. Was the former Chelsea forward worthy of the rumoured 12 million pound price tag despite barely setting the Premier League alight with his previous clubs? Well, 3 years and a few injuries later, it’s fair to say he’s warranted the price tag that Liverpool paid, but is the 27 year olds time at Liverpool coming to a stuttering end under the guidance of their new boss, Jurgen Klopp?

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Ultimate Fighting Championship – 205

The Ultimate Fighting Championship finally graced the state of New York this past Saturday in the world famous, Madison Square Garden. With the world watching, Conor McGregor made history by defeating Eddie Alvarez, just as the Irishman had previously predicted. With that being said however, it wasn’t just the main event that millions of spectators from around the globe were tuning in to see. The likes of Khabib Nurmagomedov, Yoel Romero, Tyron Woodley and Stephen Thompson further cemented their own legacies within the company  after impressive individual performances.

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The Stigma Surrounding Frustrated Football Fans

As we know all to well, football can be a frustrating game- especially for the loyal supporters out there that stick with their side through not just the highs, but the lows too. Whether your team has just been relegated, knocked out of the cup or they’ve conceded in the 90th minute to local rivals, the frustration can sometimes boil over and make you question the players and manager that spearhead the club you love, so why is this largely frowned upon by other supporters that have perhaps a more positive outlook and consider themselves the “better” fans?

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Manchester United are in Footballing Freefall

It doesn’t seem too long since Manchester United were the most feared side in Europe- the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra, Paul Scholes, Michael Carrick, Ryan Giggs, Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and of course, Sir Alex Ferguson, put them alongside Barcelona in terms of the worlds greatest sides. With that being said however, it now seems they’ve become a team content on challenging for a Europa League spot, even if the players they possess are being paid astronomical amounts of money to join and remain in Manchester under the guidance of their new manager, Jose Mourinho.

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Napoli’s Expectations Drop Dramatically

After such an incredibly optimistic start to their Serie A campaign, it seems Maurizio Sarri and his Napoli squad have been struck with a harsh dose of reality in the form of a devastating injury to their new hitman, Arkadiusz Milik, along with an unexpected home defeat to Roma at the San Paolo.

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Liverpool beat Swansea at the Liberty Stadium

Swansea City 1-2 Liverpool
1st October, 2016
Liberty Stadium – English Premier League

A classic tale of two halves. That’s the only way to describe Saturday’s early kick off where Liverpool came from behind to beat Premier League strugglers, Swansea City, 2-1. Swansea, who took the lead through Leroy Fer, couldn’t hold on and found themselves on the back foot throughout the entire second half after Jurgen Klopp gave his Liverpool side a wake up call during the break.

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