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Kop That is always looking for fans keen to share the work that they have done already or write something new for us.

This is ideal for those of you that wish to write the occassional or frequent LFC post about a subject close to your heart or thoughts, be it a recent transfer rumour or game event or maybe even the first LFC game that you attended. There are many Liverpool FC related blogs out there by devoted fans but for those that perhaps dont have the time to run their own but would like to write an article from time to time, then this could be for you.

You may even wish us to promote an article that you have written already on your own blog/site, which we would of course be happy to credit. If you wish to submit a blog to this section then please just send your article by email to editor@kopthat.co.uk and we will review it and see if it can be added to the site for you.

For anything you send over to us, please always remember to ensure that you have included your full name and links to your blog or Twitter account as applicable so they can be referenced in. Please let us know also if you would like your existing blog added to our LFC Blog Directory.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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2 thoughts on “Write For Kop That

  1. Fernando

    Very dissapointed a strong fully fit lfc team getin beaten by an average united team so much for the lfc way of playin since wen have we become stoke etc. Eleven men behind the ball fuck kd he takin us bckwrds and his status as legend is costing us points weve been blinded by the reputation of a king dam gutted ynwa fr life

  2. When I seen the team kenny picked before kick off my heart sank. I wrote on my facebook wall that we would lose and sadly I was proven right. If Kenny thinks that Jay Spearing is good enough to play for Liverpool FC, then we must call into question he ability to judge players. Jay for all his heart and determination just hasnt got the ability to make a decisive pass or to spread the play. Jordon Henderson was again played out of position as was proven by his first half display. When he pushed up closer to the forwards in the second half, he was the player we bought him to be. He held the ball up, and his distribution was fantastic. Suarez, as brilliant as he is, was playing as a lone striker for most of the game and looked lost. He really struggled on his own, and with Gerrard too busy covering for Jay and Hendo in defence, he couldnt get forward as often as he usually does to help Suarez. The man who turned the game, is the man that should have been on from the start, Andy Carroll. To leave big Andy on the bench was a sin. He had the strenght, power and ability to trouble Chelseas defence, as was proven when he came on. I have been singing Carrolls praises from the moment we bought him. He is a world class player and it will be proven that his £35 million price tag will be a bargain. From the moment Carroll came on the tide turned. We were it total control of the game, total and full control, and should really have won the game. The Liverpool I seen in the last 30 minutes is the Liverpool I grew up watching, and that last 30 minutes raised my heart and my spirits. I feel so sorry tonight for liverpool fans the world over. As for Reina? The first goal, at his near post, was a bread and butter save and I’m sure he will lose some sleep over it tonight. Today match was like a high-lights reel of our entire season. For a short period we were really poor, for most of it we were average, and for the rest we were brilliant. Because of who he is I’am willing to give Kenny 2 more seasons, but please Kenny find your best team and stick with them. No more defensive mistakes, Liverpool are an attacking team and thats the way we should be playing. And for christ sake Kenny, ANDY CARROLL must play!

    Shay Teague

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