In preparation for the Premier League season, I have started up a new football blog with my brother, Jeddy, called ‘Anfield A to Z’. It is, of course, a Liverpool blog, dedicated to posting about the mightiest Red men around. I will try to be less biased on blametheblogger as now I can be biased… Continue reading Countdown to Kick-Off: New Blog!!!
It’s impossible to call who will win the Premier League 16/17, and even who will qualify for the Champions League, but as I’m such an awesome blogger and a general great guy, I’ve decided to have a guess even though it’s a total shot in the dark and I’ll totally humiliate myself. What I am… Continue reading Countdown to Kick-Off: Team-by-Team Preview (Top 6)
We all know abut the players switching English clubs this summer – the likes of Andros Townsend, Sadio Mane and Victor Wanyama – but there are plenty of new players to our league that will make it stand out as certainly the most competitive, exciting league in the world. Here is a bit more about… Continue reading Premier League Transfer Round-Up
Foreword: On my blog, I pride myself in the unbiased nature of my articles, and I will always aim to never be biased towards Liverpool Football Club. Last night saw the greatest European comeback since Istanbul best, most one-sided win ever in the Europa League, as Liverpool edged out Dortmund 4-3 as Liverpool demolished Dortmund, scoring… Continue reading A Great European Night at Anfield
Sterling became the most expensive English player ever when he joined Manchester City. However, the transfer won’t be as pivotal in City’s title challenge as some people say it will be…
The world of football has gone mad this week because of the whole FIFA thing, so people have only kept one eye on the managers and players moving all over the place… This man, Jurgen Klopp, the target of many a club, has decided to take a break from football ‘until further notice’, squashing Liverpool… Continue reading The Manager Market & Transfer Gossip for Every Prem Club
That’s all from me! It has been a good match and Liverpool, Arsenal, Aston Villa and Reading are the teams battling it out to have their name engraved on the trophy come the 30th of May. The Reds are off to Wembley. It sets up a clash with Aston Villa to reach the FA Cup… Continue reading Live Blog: Blackburn 0-1 Liverpool – FA Cup Quarter Final Replay
Steven Gerrard will confirm his decision to leave Liverpool later this week after 16 years in the first team. Despite being offered a new deal by his home club, he is wanted by three MLS clubs and the prospect of being on the bench for much of next season has deterred him from putting pen… Continue reading Gerrard to Leave Liverpool at the End of the Season
Chelsea are by far and away the top team in the Premier League this season, and the standings reflect that. However, individual players have also been affected. Here is my team of the season so far (as of 27/11/2014): GK: Thibault Courtois The Belgian giant has been a hero between the sticks this season, and any player… Continue reading Premier League Team of the Season so far
The above video shows Daryl Janmaat, of Newcastle United, absolutely codswalloping into Mario Balotelli! However, the defender only picked up a yellow card for this horrendous piece of play. The match ended in a 1-0 victory for Newcastle United over Liverpool to send the Mersey men down into the lower depths of the top half… Continue reading Video: How is this not a red card?
Liverpool’s marquee signing of the summer, troublemaker Mario Balotelli, has had a very underwhelming start to his Liverpool career. Liverpool’s inconsistent start to the Premier League season has led to criticism of various people: Steven Gerrard, Brendan Rodgers and even Raheem Sterling, the bright spark of the team. However, I put the blame down to… Continue reading Why Mario Balotelli is partly at fault for Liverpool’s poor start to the season
Super Mario is back in town!!! Pictured above is the horrific incident thought to be the reason that the bonkers Italian left the Premier League in the first place. During Man City training, he was ordered off the field by then manager Roberto Mancini for a bad tackle on Scott Sinclair. However, then Mario took… Continue reading Balotelli To Liverpool?
It was a whirlwind season of cheers, jeers and fears, but here is my top 10! 10: FELIX MAGATH All smiles! Everything’s a joke! We get relegated? Bah, it’s funny! That’s Felix Magath for you. Eccentric and Electric, Daft and Dreamy! 9: UNITED’S DOWNFALL From champs to chumps, from heroes to zeroes! It was funny,… Continue reading The Top 10 Things About the 2013/14 Premier League Season
I have created a fantasy football mini-league for blametheblogger on Match of the Day’s Fantasy Football! To join the fantasy football and compete against me and others, go to http://www.motdfantasyfooty.com and register. Then create your team. Once your team is created, hover over the ‘mini-league’ section on the header and press ‘Join a Mini-League’. Insert… Continue reading blametheblogger Fantasy Football
A man walks into a bar… the start to every bad joke. But then, what DOESN’T happen next is: He picks up the menu, puts it down again, and points at three of the waiters: “I’ll have some of him, some of him and some of him”. Well, if it’s Luis Suarez we’re talking about, then… Continue reading If You Can’t Beat Them… Just Eat Them!!!
Liverpool vs Man City. The clash of the titans! It has been a fantastic season! We have brought you through the line-ups up until the midfield, but these two teams attacks are everything. Suarez, Sturridge, Coutinho, Sterling for Liverpool and Silva, Nasri, Aguero, Dzeko for City! It’s a two horse race now! Who would have… Continue reading The Crazy Title Race Part 5: Two left!
The Race for the Premier League is hotting up, so in part four of the series, who is the best central midfielder in the Premier League? Liverpool moved to second place behind Chelsea, whilst Arsenal dropped to third, ahead of Man City, who have two games in hand. So now let’s count down: 18. Etienne… Continue reading The Crazy Title Race Part 4: Central Midfielders
Liverpool’s 3-0 victory at Southampton was one that was welcome at a ‘bogey’ ground to them. The Reds went to St Mary’s with a thought nestled in the back of their mind that they hadn’t won at Southampton for 11 years! However, Liverpool got off to a flyer when Luis Suarez ended his 5 match… Continue reading Why Not?