Liverpool

3rd Premier League | 9-1-3
  • Goals For
    1st
    32 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    24 GA
  • Shots
    1st
    157 Shots
  • Saves
    17th
    25 SAV
  • Origi Work Rate Key to Development
    The Liverpool Offside

    Origi Work Rate Key to Development

    Football fans are no strangers to hot takes and hissy fits, and - as much as we’d like to think otherwise - Liverpool fans are no different. Divock Origi experienced this fickleness first hand over the course of the 14/15 season, from several sides. First, the adoration of fans from his former club Lille when he burst onto the scene during the 2014 World Cup, which transformed into derision in the immediate wake of the tournament, when it was announced that he had signed for Liverpool. The Reds fans’ bullishness over his talent, fueled by the emerging narrative from France that he was — let’s see if you can guess the adjectives — overrated, arrogant and lazy, changed into exasperation that this Liverpool team couldn’t just go out there and buy ready-made superstars to drag them out of their mediocrity.