The Internet was alive this morning with Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool endorsing Nescafe 3-in-1 coffee. I wonder. Is that his beverage of choice? Or was it because of the fact that Liverpool lost 3 – 1 to Leicester City? Could be…could be not.
Yep. Liverpool crashed out again…this morning at the KC Stadium against Hull City. So what excuse was it this time Klopp?
- The wind?
- Bad pitch?
- No Mane?
- No Coutinho?
So…I will just leave this post from YNFA here. The honeymoon period is over lads!
It is going to be match of epic proportions tonight. When we last met at Anfield, it was a 0 – 0 stalemate. You can bet Jose Mourinho will be bringing out all the firepower tonight, as will Klopp. Let us see how it will go
We took on Liverpool at Anfield. You know the place…Liverpool’s home ground…big home crowd support all singing You’ll Never Walk Alone…and we held them off. Zlatan could have scored but to be honest, Liverpool could have scored too if it was not for some great saves by David De Gea. I was hoping for a win but as Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand said a couple of times…it is not easy to come to Anfield and win…not easy at all. But at least we held off those bin-dipping scousers. Glory Glory Manchester United!
The day before yesterday, Liverpool lost to Burnley. There were many out there who were optimistic before the match started…”Oh. It’s only Burnley” they said. What these Liverpool fans did not count on was to give Liverpool a bollocking. What made it extra sweet for me was the Burnley goalkeeper and captain was an ex-Manchester United player, going by the name of Tom Heaton. Then yesterday, while trawling the forums, I came across this. Now this made me laugh! Poor Klopp. I wonder what is going through his mind or how would he react of he saw this?
I am a Manchester United fan but today, I walk in solidarity with my Liverpool brethren. You Will Never Walk Alone
A few hours from now…about four hours in fact, Manchester United will play against Liverpool at their home ground of Anfield. Will this be make or break time for the players and Louis Van Gaal? Let us see how it goes.
———- EDITOR’S NOTE ———-
Well, to be honest, it started out really sloppy. There is no denying it. Both teams were sloppy and both had chances in the first half. The second start started off a bit better with United starting to get more aggressive and in the 78th minute, we were rewarded with a goal by Rooney! I was almost doing cartwheels! Manchester United up by one at Anfield!
And that is how it ended. David De Gea was nominated for Man Of The Match. But for me, I would have voted for Fellaini. If it was not for his towering presence and causing havoc to the Liverpool midfield, we would have been in hell. A win is still a win though. Glory Glory Manchester United!