The Kop Magazine - April 2015
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Here's to you, Jordan Henderson, Brendan loves you more than you will know. But does he love Hendo enough to make him the new Liverpool captain when Steven Gerrard leaves for LA Galaxy in the summer? If you think it's a foregone conclusion then think again... Also in The Kop Magazine this month we analyse how Brendan Rodgers has transformed the role of wing-back by utilising wingers and midfielders in the position and assess whether Alberto Moreno is truly cut out to play there. We'll also be sending up to 10 of you to jail with £100 to spend on ale in an exclusive Kop competition in association with Liverpool One Bridewell – the only bar in the city centre where you can take a genuine cellfie – and we launch out new Red Lists feature. Liverpool's stuttering FA Cup run also comes under focus, as does the Reds' Europa League exit to Besiktas, while travelling Kopite Mike Hennessy explains why the return to Istanbul was very, very different to how we all remember Taksim Square and The Ataturk in 2005. We'll also explain how FSG are using statistically-developed incentives during contract negotiations and why that could be holding up a new deal for Raheem Sterling, offer a few words of advice for Dunkin Donuts and the club's other commercial partners and our round-by-round review of Liverpool's successful 1965 FA Cup campaign reaches a quarter-final double-header against Leicester City. Add to that Big Jan Molby playing darts, the Kop 8 bench-warming keepers and the first piece of FIFA 2022 merchandise from a winter World Cup in Qatar and you'll have enough reading to keep you going during the 82-week wait for the FA Cup replay at Blackburn. The Kop. Comment. Humour. Analysis. Passion. Opinion. David Beckham in Tom Werner's coat. Gizza read.
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