Video Lucas Leiva all Liverpool Goals (7 Lucas LFC goals)

Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, one of Liverpool’s longest serving players, has decided to swap Anfield for the Olympic Stadium after inking a contract with Italian giants Lazio.

Lucas made close to 350 appearances in LFC colours. He scored only seven goals in his decade long stint with the Reds, but they were quite good ones- as this video will show you. From his first strike against Havant & Waterlooville to his last against Plymouth Argyle and goals against the likes of Chelsea, Benfica and Steaua- he found the back of the net in a variety of competitions.

He went five seasons without a goal before breaking the drought against Argyle. His most productive season was 2008/09, when he scored thrice.

Everton set to continue summer of investment

Thus far, Everton have been an unlikely leader in terms of transfer business in Premier League this summer.

The Toffees seem intent to make themselves count among the big boys of Premier League ever since businessman Farhad Moshiri bought a stake in the club last year. And it has been obvious from their eagerness to procure talents this summer. Continue reading

Sheffield Wednesday vs HTAFC Penalties Video | Huddersfield vs SWFC Playoff Highlights Second Leg


Played on 18.5.2017 in 2016/17 Championship season Second Leg

Huddersfield Town will play Reading in the playoff finals at Wembley after edging out Wednesday on penalties in the second leg Continue reading

Liverpool to debut new kit in must win home game against Middlesbrough

Liverpool will debut their new 125th anniversary strip in Sunday’s must win final game of the season against Middlesbrough at Anfield.

The equation for the Reds is simple- beat Middlesbrough, and they are assured of a spot in the 2017/18 Champions League, which would make this a successful season for Jurgen Klopp. Lose and it could end up a very disappointing season for the Reds- it’s therefore one game that could define their season, much like the upcoming Europa League final against Ajax will be for Manchester United and Jose Mourinho. Continue reading