Ibrahim’s Review of 2016

I’m back! My first blog post of 2016! Let’s do the Sturridge… Wait… what? Oh yes… I haven’t blogged all year. Oops. Sorry everyone. My ONLY blog post of 2016. Technically that isn’t […]

Ibrahim’s Review of 2015

Here we go again. Another annual review. My seventh actually. A great opportunity to reflect on a rollercoaster twelve months. As rollercoaster rides come, this has been quite a thrilling one. Sometimes a thriller doesn’t quite go the […]

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The Road to Manchester

No. I have not become a Manchester City fan. Neither do I support that other club that is within close proximity to them. Don’t even go there. Liverpool FC through and through. […]

Ibrahim’s Review of 2014

It’s that time of year again. The time when I turn around 180 degrees clockwise or anti-clockwise and immerse myself with flashbacks. Whoa, that was bright! Oh, that was just me being […]

The Road to Anfield and Beyond

My first blog post of 2014. I should have written this ages ago… I have been really busy! In recent years, January has been largely uneventful. When I was at […]

Ibrahim’s Review of 2013

Salutations. My fellow readers, welcome to the blog post that you have all been waiting for. You have been rubbing your hands viciously with excitement. Your heart has been pounding. […]

The Power of Networking

Thursday 7th November 2013. A day to remember. “Erm… why?” Well, well, well. Look who it is. It’s the invisible voice! Go and crawl back into your hole. “Oh wow. […]

Ibrahim’s Double Header

No. This is not about football. I did not head the ball twice. I’m not very good in the air anyway. Tell you what, Luis Suarez’s header from outside the […]

Suarez and Sturridge: The Red Connection

“I am not sure there are two better in the league. Those two are right up there with the best in the country…” Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was full of […]

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Ibrahim’s Review of 2012: Part Two

“This review is far from over, and there is only one person who can finish the job. Step forth, Mr Rahman…” How about that? Sounds like this blog post introduction […]