Michael Healey

My name is Michael Healey and I am from Liverpool. I am 25 years old and I am a massive Liverpool fan and regulary attend Lthe games. i hope you enjoy my blogs and feel free to leave sensible comments. Follow me on Twitter: HealeyLFC

Liverpool Game One Review

August 18, 2011

Approaching the ground on Saturday 13th August I had a good feeling regarding the opening game of the season. A home game at Anfield against Sunderland, who had brought in 9 new faces during the summer, was surely the perfect opportunity for Liverpool to take 3 much needed early points. I left Anfield with a […] […]

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Borussia Dortmund: A refreshing sight for football

August 9, 2011

Now, call me single minded but there is more than one reason for me enjoying current German Champions Borussia Dortmund. Not only do I enjoy coverage of youngsters that have been given licence to express themselves by impressive and passionate coach, Jurgen Klopp but it also gives me hope. Hope and inspiration. My reasons for […] […]

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Borussia Dortmund: A refreshing site for football

August 9, 2011

Now, call me single minded but there is more than one reason for me enjoying current German Champions Borussia Dortmund. Not only do I enjoy coverage of youngsters that have been given licence to express themselves by impressive and passionate coach, Jurgen Klopp but it also gives me hope. Hope and inspiration. My reasons for […] […]

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Expensive price for home grown talent

July 28, 2011

There has been a recent large outlay of money for home grown players between English Clubs. In many peoples view the money exchanged for certain players has been described as ‘excessive’. Names including James Milner, Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson have all crossed the £20 million plus threshold. The reason for the recent [ […]

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Modern Day Football: Fan Power

July 20, 2011

Wherever and whenever I go somewhere and begin to talk to people about football the usual negative comments about football is given: “Footballs not what it was back in my day” or the new classic “Footballers are paid too much money”. In all honesty it’s very true. Modern football is not a sport nowadays, it’s […] […]

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Big clubs beware: River Plates fall from grace

June 23, 2011

The world of one part of Argentina’s top two clubs, Club Atletico River Plate (referred simply as River Plate in most circles) is on the brink of disaster. Having suffered defeat to CA Lanus (2-1 at home) the club then faced the prospect of a two-leg playoff with second division outfit Belgrano for a place […] […]

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The English Model vs. the Continental Model

June 16, 2011

The recent successes of the Spanish National team in the last two international tournaments, 2008 European Championships and the 2010 World Cup has highlighted a wind of change in world football. Couple Spain’s international glory with the emergence of Barcelona combining winning football with fantasy, flair and creativity and you have a recipe f […]

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Jordan Henderson and Phil Jones: Great Business by the North West Giants

June 10, 2011

The two prized England Under 21 internationals Jordan Henderson and Phil Jones have recently moved from their respective clubs to two North West giants separated by the East Lancs road. As Liverpool were busy tying up a deal for Sunderland midfield all rounder Jordan Henderson, Manchester United were seemingly busy beating other Premier League heav […]

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Andy Carroll: A £35 million headache?

June 8, 2011

31st January 2011 was an eventful and stressful day for Newcastle United forward Andy Carroll. He started the day as normal, still being Newcastle’s main front man. He ended the day making a £35 million pound move to North West heavyweights Liverpool. The 22 year old Geordie had left his home city and his boyhood […] […]

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2010/11: A Historic Season For Liverpool FC

June 2, 2011

The parallel between the start of the 2010/11 season for Liverpool Football Club was drastic, immense and vast. Starting the season with a new manager who was completely unwanted by the majority of supporters, who were still angry at losing fan favourite Rafael (Rafa) Benitez and having seen club icon Kenny Dalglish been looked over […] […]

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Will Manchester United stop the best of Barcelona?

May 27, 2011

The final of the Champions League at Wembley Stadium is almost upon us. The iconic twin towers of the old Wembley may be gone but the arch of the latest, rejuvenated and reinvigorated Wembley Stadium is all set to become just as famous. Saturday 28th May 2011 will the biggest day in the new stadium’s […] […]

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In Arsene do Arsenal trust?

May 26, 2011

Another season of high hopes and eventual frustration for Arsenal has ended. Another season of, at times enterprising football, but ultimately poor defending and poor decisions has ended with the Gunners going six seasons without a trophy. The chance of finishing the season without a trophy looked very unlikely as Arsenal went into the Carling [&he […]

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