Tag Archives: Steven Gerrard

Mario Balotelli’s Winter of Discontent

The staff here at Every Day is Zlatan Day are proud to present our latest project: #BrendanWeek with a daily post all this week dedicated to Liverpool’s umm… eccentric manager. The man, the myth, the legend himself (just ask him). … Continue reading

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New Scholes Flow

In many eyes, Paul Scholes is one of the most underrated players in Premier League history. A league which revels in midfielders that are either bruising bullies in battle or have cannonball shots worthy of scorching the net from improbable … Continue reading

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Standing In The Way Of Greatness

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is one hell of a player, a player who at one time in his career could will his team to victory seemingly by himself. There is perhaps no Premier League player better at taking a game by … Continue reading

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Manchester City 2, Liverpool 1: A State Of Change

Fernando and Yaya Toure’s midfield relationship from Newcastle carried over against Liverpool. Fernando’s main job was to be apply pressure on whoever had the ball in the midfield, not allowing the trio of Gerrard, Allen and Henderson to have much … Continue reading

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A Culture Of Fear: The English National Team

Last season’s Liverpool team was perhaps the best and worst thing to happen to the English national team setup. Brendan Rodgers built a free flowing, attacking squad on a mostly English spine. All Roy Hodgson had to do was take … Continue reading

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