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  • saints_spotlight - Saints Spotlight | 0.1k @saints_spotlight 2 minutes ago
  • 🚨MATCH PREVIEW🚨
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It’s  #gameweek3 and tomorrow we face Brighton away at The Amex. Last time out our travelling fans were fantastic, let’s hope we can keep up that the support tomorrow for the South Coast clash.
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🔵⚪️Brighton have had a great start to the season picking up 3 points with an excellent away 0-3 victory at Vicarage road against Watford. In their second game they faced West Ham United at home and managed to pick up a 1-1 draw although it seemed Brighton were the better side. I believe their stand out player will be Trossard as he he looked promising on his debut.
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🔴⚪️ We’ve had a rough start to the season, we’ve picked up no points and in our first game against Burnley we were shocking in the second half after a promising first 45 mins. Defensively we fell apart in 12 mins and lost 0-3. However second time out back at St Mary’s we showed a far more encouraging display. We dominated the first half against Liverpool however switched off from a throw in at the end of half costing us a goal, we were unlucky to go in 1-0 down. We were a lot shakier second half however if we took our chances we would’ve gotten a result against the European Champions. Our stand out player, if he starts, may be Djenepo he looked good against Liverpool last week and he may be the difference for us in this fixture.
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I’m going to go for a 1-2 win to Saints in this one, Trossard to score for them and Danso and Adams for us. 😇🙌🏻
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#pl #premierleague #brighton #saints #saintsfc #southamptonfc #brightonandhove #brightonandhovealbion #amex #seagulls #stmarys #awaydays #plawaydays #premierleagueawaydays #wearesouthampton #liverpool #ynwa #watford #westham #blowingbubbles #foreverblowingbubbles #vicarageroad #anfield #comeonsaints #coyr #coys #wemarchon 🚨MATCH PREVIEW🚨 ————————————————— It’s #gameweek3 and tomorrow we face Brighton away at The Amex. Last time out our travelling fans were fantastic, let’s hope we can keep up that the support tomorrow for the South Coast clash. ————————————————— 🔵⚪️Brighton have had a great start to the season picking up 3 points with an excellent away 0-3 victory at Vicarage road against Watford. In their second game they faced West Ham United at home and managed to pick up a 1-1 draw although it seemed Brighton were the better side. I believe their stand out player will be Trossard as he he looked promising on his debut. ————————————————— 🔴⚪️ We’ve had a rough start to the season, we’ve picked up no points and in our first game against Burnley we were shocking in the second half after a promising first 45 mins. Defensively we fell apart in 12 mins and lost 0-3. However second time out back at St Mary’s we showed a far more encouraging display. We dominated the first half against Liverpool however switched off from a throw in at the end of half costing us a goal, we were unlucky to go in 1-0 down. We were a lot shakier second half however if we took our chances we would’ve gotten a result against the European Champions. Our stand out player, if he starts, may be Djenepo he looked good against Liverpool last week and he may be the difference for us in this fixture. ————————————————— I’m going to go for a 1-2 win to Saints in this one, Trossard to score for them and Danso and Adams for us. 😇🙌🏻 ————————————————— #pl #premierleague #brighton #saints #saintsfc #southamptonfc #brightonandhove #brightonandhovealbion #amex #seagulls #stmarys #awaydays #plawaydays #premierleagueawaydays #wearesouthampton #liverpool #ynwa #watford #westham #blowingbubbles #foreverblowingbubbles #vicarageroad #anfield #comeonsaints #coyr #coys #wemarchon
  • 🚨MATCH PREVIEW🚨 ————————————————— It’s #gameweek3 and tomorrow we face Brighton away at The Amex. Last time out our travelling fans were fantastic, let’s hope we can keep up that the support tomorrow for the South Coast clash. ————————————————— 🔵⚪️Brighton have had a great start to the season picking up 3 points with an excellent away 0-3 victory at Vicarage road against Watford. In their second game they faced West Ham United at home and managed to pick up a 1-1 draw although it seemed Brighton were the better side. I believe their stand out player will be Trossard as he he looked promising on his debut. ————————————————— 🔴⚪️ We’ve had a rough start to the season, we’ve picked up no points and in our first game against Burnley we were shocking in the second half after a promising first 45 mins. Defensively we fell apart in 12 mins and lost 0-3. However second time out back at St Mary’s we showed a far more encouraging display. We dominated the first half against Liverpool however switched off from a throw in at the end of half costing us a goal, we were unlucky to go in 1-0 down. We were a lot shakier second half however if we took our chances we would’ve gotten a result against the European Champions. Our stand out player, if he starts, may be Djenepo he looked good against Liverpool last week and he may be the difference for us in this fixture. ————————————————— I’m going to go for a 1-2 win to Saints in this one, Trossard to score for them and Danso and Adams for us. 😇🙌🏻 ————————————————— #pl #premierleague #brighton #saints #saintsfc #southamptonfc #brightonandhove #brightonandhovealbion #amex #seagulls #stmarys #awaydays #plawaydays #premierleagueawaydays #wearesouthampton #liverpool #ynwa #watford #westham #blowingbubbles #foreverblowingbubbles #vicarageroad #anfield #comeonsaints #coyr #coys #wemarchon
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  • lomc1892 - Liverbird On My Crest @lomc1892 8 minutes ago
  • Rebeca Tavares: Her Untold Footballing Story.
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In an exclusive interview with Her Football Hub, @rebecas.tavares tells about her personal footballing experiences that some may have overlooked.

A lot of people only know Rebeca Tavares as the wife of Liverpool midfielder, Fabinho. However, Brazilian-born Rebeca has her own footballing stories.

Rebeca grew up in a family who are huge fans of the beautiful game – she has also played domestic football herself.

Today she is retired and even if she misses the game, she doesn’t regret quitting it. Rebeca took the time to talk to Audrey Corminboeuf of Her Football Hub about her personal experiences – here is her story.

When asked by a fan on Twitter if she would take an opportunity to play professional football, she answered, “It’s difficult to say, but I think now for me it would be difficult to dedicate my full time in playing football.” Early Footballing Life
Rebeca was born in Brazil on December 2 1994. She moved to Spain when she was six-years-old and grew up there. This is where she experienced her first memory of football. “My family are a typical Brazilian family, we always watched football and I’ve loved football since I was a kid.” She says. “I remember one moment in particular that made me start watching and also playing football. It was when Ronaldinho started playing in Europe. His style captivated me.” As a Brazilian, football is in her blood. Rebeca is the youngest of three children and started playing football at an early age.

It wasn’t long before Rebeca joined a club. Firstly playing as an attacker in Spain for a few years before moving to Monaco with her husband.

Rebeca played for AS Monaco Women until Fabinho joined Liverpool FC and the family relocated again.

A Stigma on Women’s Football
When Rebeca first started to play, it wasn’t thought highly of women playing football. She expresses how difficult it was for her to talk about wanting to be a professional football player. She was often told that “football isn’t for women”. The mentalities have now changed and even if there is still work to be done, it’s no longer rare that a girl dreams of becoming a footballer.
#LFC #YNWA #Anfield Rebeca Tavares: Her Untold Footballing Story. - In an exclusive interview with Her Football Hub, @rebecas.tavares tells about her personal footballing experiences that some may have overlooked. A lot of people only know Rebeca Tavares as the wife of Liverpool midfielder, Fabinho. However, Brazilian-born Rebeca has her own footballing stories. Rebeca grew up in a family who are huge fans of the beautiful game – she has also played domestic football herself. Today she is retired and even if she misses the game, she doesn’t regret quitting it. Rebeca took the time to talk to Audrey Corminboeuf of Her Football Hub about her personal experiences – here is her story. When asked by a fan on Twitter if she would take an opportunity to play professional football, she answered, “It’s difficult to say, but I think now for me it would be difficult to dedicate my full time in playing football.” Early Footballing Life Rebeca was born in Brazil on December 2 1994. She moved to Spain when she was six-years-old and grew up there. This is where she experienced her first memory of football. “My family are a typical Brazilian family, we always watched football and I’ve loved football since I was a kid.” She says. “I remember one moment in particular that made me start watching and also playing football. It was when Ronaldinho started playing in Europe. His style captivated me.” As a Brazilian, football is in her blood. Rebeca is the youngest of three children and started playing football at an early age. It wasn’t long before Rebeca joined a club. Firstly playing as an attacker in Spain for a few years before moving to Monaco with her husband. Rebeca played for AS Monaco Women until Fabinho joined Liverpool FC and the family relocated again. A Stigma on Women’s Football When Rebeca first started to play, it wasn’t thought highly of women playing football. She expresses how difficult it was for her to talk about wanting to be a professional football player. She was often told that “football isn’t for women”. The mentalities have now changed and even if there is still work to be done, it’s no longer rare that a girl dreams of becoming a footballer. #lfc #ynwa #anfield
  • Rebeca Tavares: Her Untold Footballing Story. - In an exclusive interview with Her Football Hub, @rebecas.tavares tells about her personal footballing experiences that some may have overlooked. A lot of people only know Rebeca Tavares as the wife of Liverpool midfielder, Fabinho. However, Brazilian-born Rebeca has her own footballing stories. Rebeca grew up in a family who are huge fans of the beautiful game – she has also played domestic football herself. Today she is retired and even if she misses the game, she doesn’t regret quitting it. Rebeca took the time to talk to Audrey Corminboeuf of Her Football Hub about her personal experiences – here is her story. When asked by a fan on Twitter if she would take an opportunity to play professional football, she answered, “It’s difficult to say, but I think now for me it would be difficult to dedicate my full time in playing football.” Early Footballing Life Rebeca was born in Brazil on December 2 1994. She moved to Spain when she was six-years-old and grew up there. This is where she experienced her first memory of football. “My family are a typical Brazilian family, we always watched football and I’ve loved football since I was a kid.” She says. “I remember one moment in particular that made me start watching and also playing football. It was when Ronaldinho started playing in Europe. His style captivated me.” As a Brazilian, football is in her blood. Rebeca is the youngest of three children and started playing football at an early age. It wasn’t long before Rebeca joined a club. Firstly playing as an attacker in Spain for a few years before moving to Monaco with her husband. Rebeca played for AS Monaco Women until Fabinho joined Liverpool FC and the family relocated again. A Stigma on Women’s Football When Rebeca first started to play, it wasn’t thought highly of women playing football. She expresses how difficult it was for her to talk about wanting to be a professional football player. She was often told that “football isn’t for women”. The mentalities have now changed and even if there is still work to be done, it’s no longer rare that a girl dreams of becoming a footballer. #lfc #ynwa #anfield
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  • tutto_premier - Tutto Premier @tutto_premier 22 minutes ago
  • #EvoluzioneReds

Il Liverpool starebbe pensando ad un altro "upgrade" di seggiolini in quel di #Anfield.

Dopo aver ampliato la #capienza del proprio stadio a 54 mila spettatori nel 2016, il club starebbe considerando l'idea di realizzare degli ulteriori lavori ed aumentare ulteriormente la capienza fino a quota 60 mila posti disponibili.

In caso venisse accolta questa proposta, si prospettano almeno 7 milioni in più nelle casse dei Reds a fine stagione.

Quella dell'impianto però non è l'unica novità che si respira a Liverpool, infatti nel web trapelano voci di un possibile accordo con la #Nike riguardante lo sponsor delle divise dal 2020 in poi.

Lo sponsor attuale, ovvero la New Balance, ha un contratto con il club inglese che durerà fino alla fine della stagione, facendo guadagnare al team di Klopp circa 45 milioni.

Con il possibile inserimento della Nike invece si parla di una intesa a 85 milioni di sterline a stagione, una cifra incredibile che renderebbe il Liverpool la società inglese più pagata (al secondo posto il Manchester United con 75 milioni di sterline da Adidas) e la terza squadra più pagata al mondo dopo Real Madrid e Barcellona.

#TuttoPremier#premierleague #reds #jurgenkloop #anfieldroad #youllneverwalkalone #firmino #manè #salah #championsleague #kop #evoluzionereds Il Liverpool starebbe pensando ad un altro "upgrade" di seggiolini in quel di #anfield. Dopo aver ampliato la #capienza del proprio stadio a 54 mila spettatori nel 2016, il club starebbe considerando l'idea di realizzare degli ulteriori lavori ed aumentare ulteriormente la capienza fino a quota 60 mila posti disponibili. In caso venisse accolta questa proposta, si prospettano almeno 7 milioni in più nelle casse dei Reds a fine stagione. Quella dell'impianto però non è l'unica novità che si respira a Liverpool, infatti nel web trapelano voci di un possibile accordo con la #nike riguardante lo sponsor delle divise dal 2020 in poi. Lo sponsor attuale, ovvero la New Balance, ha un contratto con il club inglese che durerà fino alla fine della stagione, facendo guadagnare al team di Klopp circa 45 milioni. Con il possibile inserimento della Nike invece si parla di una intesa a 85 milioni di sterline a stagione, una cifra incredibile che renderebbe il Liverpool la società inglese più pagata (al secondo posto il Manchester United con 75 milioni di sterline da Adidas) e la terza squadra più pagata al mondo dopo Real Madrid e Barcellona. #tuttopremier#premierleague #reds #jurgenkloop #anfieldroad #youllneverwalkalone #firmino #manè #salah #championsleague #kop
  • #evoluzionereds Il Liverpool starebbe pensando ad un altro "upgrade" di seggiolini in quel di #anfield. Dopo aver ampliato la #capienza del proprio stadio a 54 mila spettatori nel 2016, il club starebbe considerando l'idea di realizzare degli ulteriori lavori ed aumentare ulteriormente la capienza fino a quota 60 mila posti disponibili. In caso venisse accolta questa proposta, si prospettano almeno 7 milioni in più nelle casse dei Reds a fine stagione. Quella dell'impianto però non è l'unica novità che si respira a Liverpool, infatti nel web trapelano voci di un possibile accordo con la #nike riguardante lo sponsor delle divise dal 2020 in poi. Lo sponsor attuale, ovvero la New Balance, ha un contratto con il club inglese che durerà fino alla fine della stagione, facendo guadagnare al team di Klopp circa 45 milioni. Con il possibile inserimento della Nike invece si parla di una intesa a 85 milioni di sterline a stagione, una cifra incredibile che renderebbe il Liverpool la società inglese più pagata (al secondo posto il Manchester United con 75 milioni di sterline da Adidas) e la terza squadra più pagata al mondo dopo Real Madrid e Barcellona. #tuttopremier#premierleague #reds #jurgenkloop #anfieldroad #youllneverwalkalone #firmino #manè #salah #championsleague #kop
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  • anfieldcentral_ - ANFIELDCENTRAL™ @anfieldcentral_ 26 minutes ago
  • This is my predicted starting XI to VS second placed #Arsenal at #Anfield 🏟🔴
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I expect Fabinho to come back into the squad after a rest in the Southampton game. Also think that Ox was superb last game in the midfield and provides more going forward with the ball. Adrian remains in goal as Alisson is still out with a leg injury. Other than that, there is no other notable changes to our lineup in my opinion! 😍 What would you change? 💭 Comment Down ⬇️⬇️⬇️ This is my predicted starting XI to VS second placed #arsenal at #anfield 🏟🔴 ___ I expect Fabinho to come back into the squad after a rest in the Southampton game. Also think that Ox was superb last game in the midfield and provides more going forward with the ball. Adrian remains in goal as Alisson is still out with a leg injury. Other than that, there is no other notable changes to our lineup in my opinion! 😍 What would you change? 💭 Comment Down ⬇️⬇️⬇️
  • This is my predicted starting XI to VS second placed #arsenal at #anfield 🏟🔴 ___ I expect Fabinho to come back into the squad after a rest in the Southampton game. Also think that Ox was superb last game in the midfield and provides more going forward with the ball. Adrian remains in goal as Alisson is still out with a leg injury. Other than that, there is no other notable changes to our lineup in my opinion! 😍 What would you change? 💭 Comment Down ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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  • anfieldupdates - LFC news and fanpage 🔴 JFT96 @anfieldupdates 32 minutes ago
  • Jurgen Klopp has said @alissonbecker is making progress in his recovery from his calf injury, but Klopp admits it's still too early to give a potential comeback date. 🔴
(LFC) Jurgen Klopp has said @alissonbecker is making progress in his recovery from his calf injury, but Klopp admits it's still too early to give a potential comeback date. 🔴 (LFC)
  • Jurgen Klopp has said @alissonbecker is making progress in his recovery from his calf injury, but Klopp admits it's still too early to give a potential comeback date. 🔴 (LFC)
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  • coy_gooners - @coy_gooners 2 hours ago
  • Match Preview;
Arsenal head to Anfield this weekend in what will be our toughest challenge yet where much will be learned about this current crop of players. To get a Liverpool insight, I spoke to @_this_is_anfield. 
Liverpool;
“Our form has been decent, in pre-season we seemed shaky losing a few games against the likes of Sevilla, Napoli and Dortmund but since the beginning of the season we've picked it up with a 4-1 win against Norwich on opening day. The super cup win definitely prolonged the overall morale which definitely helped in the tight win over Southampton. In defence we haven't looked as solid as last season and it seems we're relying on the centre backs to keep things tight with our fullbacks playing quite high. That is of course a strength aswell as a weakness because they can be so lethal on the attack without quality of their crosses but leaves the wings open. The danger man would be Sadio Mané as he's in incredible form and seems untouchable on the ball. With his pace and finishing ability, he will score lots of goals this season. In terms of play style (like I said before), we play with the fullbacks quite high and we attack wide and central with the pacy wingers who are multi faceted and cut inside. I predict a 2-1 win for Liverpool.”
Arsenal; “Following back to back wins with lessened sides, Arsenal are flying high. That being said, this will be their first real challenge where we’ll truly see where this side is at. Though Liverpool haven’t looked themselves at times, they’re still an incredible side who have caused us a lot of pain in recent trips to Anfield. The major talking point is going to be how Emery sets up his midfield. Following Ceballos’ masterclass last week in conjunction with Ozil’s lack of game time, one can assume that the Spaniard will start. Xhaka who has been one of Emery’s go to selections will return but in place of who? Willock? Guendouzi? Both of which would feel heart done by to be dropped. Pepe will also probably not get the start as he’s yet to complete a full 90mins. I’m hoping we can keep up our improved defensive record. I’m going to try and be optimistic and go with a 2-1 W for Arsenal. COYG.” Match Preview; Arsenal head to Anfield this weekend in what will be our toughest challenge yet where much will be learned about this current crop of players. To get a Liverpool insight, I spoke to @_this_is_anfield. Liverpool; “Our form has been decent, in pre-season we seemed shaky losing a few games against the likes of Sevilla, Napoli and Dortmund but since the beginning of the season we've picked it up with a 4-1 win against Norwich on opening day. The super cup win definitely prolonged the overall morale which definitely helped in the tight win over Southampton. In defence we haven't looked as solid as last season and it seems we're relying on the centre backs to keep things tight with our fullbacks playing quite high. That is of course a strength aswell as a weakness because they can be so lethal on the attack without quality of their crosses but leaves the wings open. The danger man would be Sadio Mané as he's in incredible form and seems untouchable on the ball. With his pace and finishing ability, he will score lots of goals this season. In terms of play style (like I said before), we play with the fullbacks quite high and we attack wide and central with the pacy wingers who are multi faceted and cut inside. I predict a 2-1 win for Liverpool.” Arsenal; “Following back to back wins with lessened sides, Arsenal are flying high. That being said, this will be their first real challenge where we’ll truly see where this side is at. Though Liverpool haven’t looked themselves at times, they’re still an incredible side who have caused us a lot of pain in recent trips to Anfield. The major talking point is going to be how Emery sets up his midfield. Following Ceballos’ masterclass last week in conjunction with Ozil’s lack of game time, one can assume that the Spaniard will start. Xhaka who has been one of Emery’s go to selections will return but in place of who? Willock? Guendouzi? Both of which would feel heart done by to be dropped. Pepe will also probably not get the start as he’s yet to complete a full 90mins. I’m hoping we can keep up our improved defensive record. I’m going to try and be optimistic and go with a 2-1 W for Arsenal. COYG.”
  • Match Preview; Arsenal head to Anfield this weekend in what will be our toughest challenge yet where much will be learned about this current crop of players. To get a Liverpool insight, I spoke to @_this_is_anfield. Liverpool; “Our form has been decent, in pre-season we seemed shaky losing a few games against the likes of Sevilla, Napoli and Dortmund but since the beginning of the season we've picked it up with a 4-1 win against Norwich on opening day. The super cup win definitely prolonged the overall morale which definitely helped in the tight win over Southampton. In defence we haven't looked as solid as last season and it seems we're relying on the centre backs to keep things tight with our fullbacks playing quite high. That is of course a strength aswell as a weakness because they can be so lethal on the attack without quality of their crosses but leaves the wings open. The danger man would be Sadio Mané as he's in incredible form and seems untouchable on the ball. With his pace and finishing ability, he will score lots of goals this season. In terms of play style (like I said before), we play with the fullbacks quite high and we attack wide and central with the pacy wingers who are multi faceted and cut inside. I predict a 2-1 win for Liverpool.” Arsenal; “Following back to back wins with lessened sides, Arsenal are flying high. That being said, this will be their first real challenge where we’ll truly see where this side is at. Though Liverpool haven’t looked themselves at times, they’re still an incredible side who have caused us a lot of pain in recent trips to Anfield. The major talking point is going to be how Emery sets up his midfield. Following Ceballos’ masterclass last week in conjunction with Ozil’s lack of game time, one can assume that the Spaniard will start. Xhaka who has been one of Emery’s go to selections will return but in place of who? Willock? Guendouzi? Both of which would feel heart done by to be dropped. Pepe will also probably not get the start as he’s yet to complete a full 90mins. I’m hoping we can keep up our improved defensive record. I’m going to try and be optimistic and go with a 2-1 W for Arsenal. COYG.”
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