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From being part of the SAS to Liverpool's sending out an SOS for more goals, in this month's Kop Magazine we ask is Sturridge Our Saviour? We analyse whether the return from injury of Danny Sturridge is the key to an upturn in form and explain why seeing him sign a new contract is different to when Luis Suarez penned a new deal in December. At the other end of the pitch Simon Mignolet's form is being continually questioned so we take a look at whether the criticism is justified and what the possible arrival of Victor Valdes will mean for the Reds keeper. We'll also tell you why it's time to get Real in the Champions League, what travelling Kopites got up to in Basel and profile emerging young local talent Jordan Rossiter. There's also the chance to win a meal for four plus wine and cocktails at the Albert Dock's fantastic Smugglers Cove venue and we've got an exclusive interview with Reds author Jegsy Dodd and the opportunity to win copies of his new book, On The Road With The Redmen. We ask whether Anfield's new Main Stand is going to be affordable for match-going Reds, Chris McLoughlin marks FSG's 4th anniversary as LFC owners by revealing how badly things could've turned out if George Gillett had got a spade in the ground within 60 days on Stanley Park and Keith Costigan explains why, despite the poor start, we're not in for a repeat of 2009/10. Add to that the Kop Mole, the Kopite who has quit supporting the club in protest a Champions League ticket prices plus an endangered species taking The Kop Challenge and there's far more worth reading than you'll find in Roy Keane's hatchet job of a book. The Kop. Opinion. Analysis. Comment. Passion. Humour. And the FIFA 15 floodlight problem. Gizza read.

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