Liverpool have made four significant transfer sales thus far in the 2022 offseason. Sadio Mane was the biggest name to leave Anfield this summer, but he isn't the only first-team player to leave the club.
Divock Origi and Nat Phillips could leave Liverpool in January as potential transfers away from Anfield emerge
Divock Origi and Nat Phillips are two of Liverpool's biggest cult players. Origi is held in high esteem for his clutch goals, while Phillips was arguably Liverpool's player of the season in 2020-21 after coming into the side to shore up the team's defence. Unfortunately, neither player has seen much action this campaign and potential... Continue Reading →
High 5: Divock Origi’s most important goals for Liverpool
Divock Origi has scored some of Liverpool's most important goals of the last five seasons. The Belgian striker was at it again versus Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on matchday 15 with a second-half stoppage-time winner. The Belgian has had a hot and cold career at Liverpool. Beset by injuries, Origi has often looked... Continue Reading →
Has Divock Origi played his way back into Liverpool’s first-team?
Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino were thrown onto the pitch by Jurgen Klopp late against West Ham on Sunday with Liverpool desperate for a goal. In just 15 minutes of play, the Carabao Cup goalscoring pair made a difference, although Liverpool ultimately fell to defeat. Origi's 83rd-minute goal made the game interesting and pulled Liverpool... Continue Reading →
Is Liverpool forward’s time at Anfield set to end in January?
Divock Origi is a Liverpool legend. It seems strange to say that about a player who has struggled to get into the first-team since day No. 1. However, his exploits against Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals in 2018-19 go down in club history alongside the achievements of other great players. Now in his sixth... Continue Reading →
Chelsea vs. Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp’s predicated XI to face the Blues
Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge on Sunday aiming to keep their 100% winning record intact. The Reds are the only Premier League team not to drop points this season. However, Liverpool are coming off of a loss to Napoli, 2-0, in the Champions League. Jurgen Klopp's team may have misfired in Naples, but they have... Continue Reading →
Fresh Divock Origi injury update
Liverpool have released a fresh update on Divock Origi after the striker injured his ankle against Newcastle United on Saturday afternoon at Anfield. The striker was substituted in the 37th minute of the Reds' 3-1 win. According to Liverpool's official announcement, Origi will spend some time on the sidelines due to the ankle injury. It... Continue Reading →
Divock Origi to undergo scan on twisted ankle
Divock Origi landed awkwardly after planting his foot in the turf on the touchline against Newcastle United on Saturday during the first half of Liverpool's 3-1 win at Anfield. The Belgian forward went down on the sidelines and received treatment. After coming back onto the pitch, Origi went down once more and was substituted for... Continue Reading →
Liverpool vs. Chelsea: Predicting the Reds’ starting XI for the UEFA Super Cup
Liverpool play Chelsea tonight in Istanbul for the UEFA Super Cup. The Reds are competing in their sixth UEFA Super Cup having won the fixture on three previous occasions. Jurgen Klopp's team head into the fixture after winning last Friday night to open the new Premier League season, 4-1, against Norwich City. Chelsea, on the... Continue Reading →
Liverpool 4-1 Norwich City: Reds win but lose Alisson Becker to calf injury
Liverpool kicked off their Premier League season with a fine win at home against Norwich City, 4-1. The Reds were rampant for 60 minutes but did let off for the final 30 minutes, allowing Norwich City's Teemu Pukki to get a consolation goal. Divock Origi opened the scoring with a hard cross into the penalty... Continue Reading →