1. Why The Only Liar Behind Masherano's Transfer Could Only Have Been Himself

    As I was about to check the line-up for Liverpool's match against Birmingham, I couldn't have got more irritated by yet another comment on Javier Mascherano's transfer to Barcelona...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 4 years ago 124 reads 3 comments

  2. Liverpool's Current Affairs: A Fan's Perspective

    Like it or not, a massive club like Liverpool FC is always under immense pressure. But somehow, Liverpool have always been the subject of criticism as well as being in the middle of ...

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  3. Depleted Liverpool Versus Advantageous Benfica: Europa League Preview

    Liverpool are set to take on Benfica at Anfield this Thursday, in the second leg of the Europa League quarter-finals...

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  4. Pipita May Be Too Much a Risk For Liverpool To Take

    Latest rumour from Spain (which you normally can't trust, but anyway, this is interesting stuff) states that Fiorentina Perez is preparing to offload up to nine senior players of ...

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  5. After a Match, It Seems That The Reds Have Found The Place They Belong

    Liverpool kick-started their Europa League campaign with a narrow 1-0 win over Unirea Urziceni yesterday, courtesy of a late goal from David N'gog...

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  6. What If Cesc Waves Goodbye In The Summer?

    The rumour has gone on for ages now, many times has it been denied, but is it only a matter of time before Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas flies back to Spain? Barcelona's interest ...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about over 4 years ago 332 reads 1 comments

  7. An Open Letter To Steven Gerrard

    Dear Steven Gerrard, I rarely trust rumours, but I must say that I'm shaken by the rumour linking you with an exit from Liverpool Football Club...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about almost 5 years ago 787 reads 2 comments

  8. Liverpool's January Transfer Activity: Bargain Hunting?

    It's the time of the year when rumours spread everywhere as clubs prepare to reinforce their squads for a better second-half of the season...

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  9. Jason Samuels: Once a Red, Always a Red

    Steven Gerrard scored a hat-trick as Liverpool defeated Aston Villa 5-0 at Anfield in March 2009. Among the over 44,000 spectators stood a young man, he was Jason Samuels...

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  10. Fact: Fernando Torres Doesn't Want To Be Anywhere Else

    It's funny how "experts" out there still make laughable assumptions—that Fernando Torres will be unhappy if Liverpool fail to qualify for Champions League next season...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about almost 5 years ago 989 reads 6 comments

  11. English Premier League 2009-10 Prediction and Analysis

    Ten matches have been played by most of the teams as the Premiership goes through its first quarter this season. As exciting as ever, the English Premiership this season has been very competitive and unpredictable thus far...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about almost 5 years ago 571 reads 4 comments

  12. Italy After Four Years: Cannavaro Keeps Going, No More Totti

    230 days to FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Seems pretty long way to go but as the club football seasons progress, the biggest stage of football will arrive in the blink of an eye...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 236 reads 0 comments

  13. La Liga or the English Premiership: Beautiful Football vs. Competitive Results

    I know it's too early to say anything but whether you like it or not, this season's La Liga title is again between Barcelona and Real Madrid...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 2,464 reads 65 comments

  14. A Little Prediction On What Rafa Is Going To Do Throughout The Season

    Liverpool are currently third in the league table, ahead of Manchester City, Aston Villa, and Tottenham by goal difference...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 394 reads 14 comments

  15. World Cup 2010 European Qualifier: 10 More Spots Up For Grabs

    Mid-October is when the European nations give their final battle for a place in World Cup next summer. The 13 best countries from Europe will become eligible to play in the World Cup 2010, which consists of 32 teams...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 178 reads 0 comments

  16. Daniel Pacheco: Can He Do A "Yossi Benayoun"?

    Daniel Pacheco arrived in Liverpool in the summer of 2007, aging only 16 at that time. The tiny forward is gifted with a pair of magical feet and electric pace. He was also an integral part of the Liverpool Reserves that won the league in 2007-08...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 51 reads 3 comments

  17. Reliving the Biggest Stage in Football: The First Six World Cups

    The series Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football comes to a little break before summarizing the later World Cups. So what did we learn from the first six World Cups? To read about my full ...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 158 reads 4 comments

  18. Reliving the Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1958

    The World Cup 1958 is known as the stage where Pelé paved his way into becoming a legend. 1958 was also the time when Brazil won their first of five World Cups. Hosted by Sweden from June 8 to June 29, 16 teams took part in the competition...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 152 reads 2 comments

  19. Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1954

    In the fifth episode of the series, we will look at the memorable World Cup 1954 in Switzerland from June 16 to July 4. That World Cup was the first for West Germany, which they would eventually win...

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  20. Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1950

    World War 2 prevented the World Cup 1942 and 1946 from being held, the World Cup returned in 1950 in Brazil from June 24 to July 16. Before going through the fourth World Cup in history, do read about the previous World Cups 1930, 1934, and 1938 as well.

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 182 reads 0 comments

  21. Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1938

    The reliving of old memories continue here as we proceed to the third World Cup in 1938 held in France. The tournament started in June 4 and ended in June 19. To read about World Cup 1930, click here...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  22. Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1934

    The World Cup fever is about to unleash anytime soon as the 19th World Cup will be held in South Africa next summer. Therefore, I started a series of Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football recently ...

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  23. Reliving The Biggest Stage of Football: World Cup 1930

    The World Cup fever will once again spread across the globe as the 19th Fifa World Cup will be held in Africa for the first time in 2010...

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  24. Dunga's Dilemma: Kaka, Ronaldinho, Diego Or All?

    Brazil boasts some of the finest talents in the world, which gives every brave man that coaches the nation a positive headache. Daniel Alves, Maicon, and maybe Rafinha battle it out for the right back position...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 231 reads 8 comments

  25. Blame It On Rafa and Yes Lucas As Well (Satire)

    Liverpool finished last season with only two league defeats; to Tottenham and Middlesbrough, away from home respectively. However, Liverpool have reached the same figure this season, losing two games after only three league games played...

    Choon Yau Tan Written by Choon Yau Tan about 5 years ago 285 reads 17 comments