How Liverpool can stop “world’s best” Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard appears to have hit peak form at a timely stage as Chelsea head to Liverpool, and Jurgen Klopp is wary of ensuring his side have a plan to stop him. Hazard has scored seven and assisted two in his last nine games for club and country, and produced a stunning display as the Blues beat West Ham 2-0 last time out in the Premier League. The Belgian has long been a thorn in Liverpool’s side, with six goals and eight assists in his 17 appearances against Sunday’s opponents,…

Salah receives support & Gerrard’s apt view on Henderson – Friday’s Liverpool FC News Roundup

We round up the latest Liverpool news and transfer rumours on Friday, as Jurgen Klopp conducts his pre-Chelsea press conference. Today’s Main Headlines Mignolet Will Be Sold This Summer Simon Mignolet has made just two appearances for Liverpool this season, against Chelsea and Wolves in the League Cup and FA Cup respectively. DH report that the likeable Belgian will move on from Anfield this summer, bringing an end to six years at the club. Mignolet is seen as too expensive to be a deputy to Alisson, with the 31-year-old also…

Van Dijk vs. Hazard, Sarri’s blues & response to Salah racism – The view from Chelsea

Liverpool host Chelsea in an enormous Premier League game on Sunday, with Blues supporters dreaming of denting another Reds title bid. Jurgen Klopp ‘s side haven’t been at their free-flowing best of late, but their ability to dig deep has been admirable. Six wins in a row sees them full of confidence and top of the table ahead of the visit of Chelsea, in what could be a season-defining affair. The Blues broke Reds hearts back in 2014 and Klopp’s men will be desperate to avoid a repeat of that…

Liverpool FC mourn death of Tommy Smith as ex-players recall his greatness

Liverpool owe Tommy Smith a “debt of gratitude” after his death at the age of 74, according to former team-mate Phil Thompson. The Anfield club announced Smith – a multiple trophy winner during his time with them – had died on Friday night. Smith earned the nickname of the ‘Anfield Iron’ due to his uncompromising style as a defender for his hometown club. Despite that reputation, Smith was only sent off once in his 638 appearances for Liverpool which came between 1960 and 1978 and saw him win four league…

Reds face biggest remaining Premier League hurdle – Liverpool vs. Chelsea Preview

Liverpool host Chelsea on Sunday in their most important Premier League game of the season, seeking a monumental win in their quest for title glory. Liverpool vs. Chelsea Sunday, April 14, 2019 – 4.30pm (BST)AnfieldPremier League Referee: Michael Oliver When a Champions League quarter-final feels like welcome respite, it sums up the relentless nature of the Reds’ league campaign. Tuesday’s comfortable 2-0 victory over Porto was achieved in relatively serene fashion—something that cannot be said of the 3-1 triumph at Southampton in their last league outing. Liverpool’s win at St…

Unnecessary media narrative prevalent & obvious ahead of potentially title-defining Anfield clash

Liverpool will face one of the biggest tests of their title challenging run-in when they come up against Steven Gerrard’s slip, their failed 2014 title challenge, Iago Aspas’ corner, Jose Mourinho, narrative, and fate. The odds are piled against the Reds who would struggle against one of these things, never mind all of them put together. Mourinho has put his sabbatical on hold and Gerrard has taken his boots down off the hanger to once again fall over on the Anfield turf and deny Liverpool their first title in the…

Joel Embiid Could Face Stiff Discipline for Using Phone on Bench

By: Liam McKeone | 13 hours ago Joel Embiid and Amir Johnson could face discipline from the NBA after a camera shot caught the pair looking at a phone during their loss to the Nets in Game 1 of their playoff series. According to the NBA rule book, anyone who actively uses a phone on the bench while a game is in progress could face either a suspension or a fine. Use of a cell phone on the bench is a violation of the NBA Operations Manual. Violation will result…

Everyone is Being a Hypocrite Over Sixers Cell Phonegate, Which is No Big Deal

By: Bobby Burack | 13 hours ago Follow @burackbobby_ So, everyone is upset right now because Joel Embiid and Amir Johnson were caught looking at a cell phone while getting blown out at home. Like Doris Burke on the broadcast, the reaction has not been kind. It has been filled with outrage, disappointment, and anger. I say, who could actually care? I mean, get over ourselves, people. You think these two are the first people to ever use their phones while at work when they are not supposed to? For…

Weatherproof Nomadic Lifestyle Batteries – The RoamProof PWR27 Easily Survives Any Environment (TrendHunter.com)

The RoamProof PWR27 Easily Survives Any Environment The RoamProof PWR27 travel power station is a durable piece of technology that will easily withstand the rigors of life on the road or in concrete jungles to keep users connected at all times. As the name suggests, the unit features a 27,000mAh battery within that can be used for charging up to four devices at ones including a laptop and much more. The 99wH profile of the external battery pack makes it a TSA-approved device that is ready for business professionals who…

Toilet Humor Family Games – Flushin’ Frenzy is a Kids Game Inspired by Plunging a Toilet (TrendHunter.com)

Flushin’ Frenzy is a Kids Game Inspired by Plunging a Toilet Flushin’ Frenzy is a hilarious family game that explores the less favorable moments of toilet ownership. The game, aimed at young children, involves a small toilet that players must successfully plunge in order to release a poop figurine. Players are additionally awarded points for catching the poop as it launches out of the toy toilet. Each player rolls the die to see how many plunges they get to do on their turn, with the winner being the child who…