Everton 0 Liverpool 0

A tepid derby that’s for sure. Jurgen rang the changes but nobody complained this time around. Naturally I wanted a win, but under the circumstances I’m happy not to have lost. The Kaiser rested and rotated so we had Clyne back for his first try out since last season, Ings made his first start since Brendan was manager and Dom Solanke was put up front with Danny Boy. We even had an aging centre back playing left back because Moreno couldn’t get through the warm up.  And for 75-minutes we were still the better team. It was only when a few more changes were made the Blueslime got into the game and near the end the home support celebrated winning a corner like they’d finally won a derby.  So 0-0 it was, another point picked up on the road to the fabulous fourth spot and we have a slightly bigger fish to try and fry haven’t we?

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John Pearman

Editor of the only remaining Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. On sale outside Anfield on match days. Started this Fanzine in 1995