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Phil Thompson is backing Liverpool to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League, despite the poor display in Basel.
Frank Lampard is a football icon and can be proud of a ‘stellar’ England career, says Phil Thompson.
Phil Thompson says Chelsea will triumph and that we should keep an eye on Drogba and Aguero.
England must adopt Germany's coaching structure if they are to match the world champions, says Thommo.
Luis Suarez and Alexis Sanchez may have gone elsewhere, but Liverpool will find new stars, says Phil Thompson.
Phil Thompson says Brendan Rodgers won't influence Steven Gerrard’s decision over his England future.
Phil Thompson remembers Pele, Eusebio and more as he tells us why he loves the World Cup.
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Mario Balotelli's form remains a worry despite being on the winning team for Liverpool at Queens Park Rangers
It isn't often that a team wins 3-2 despite only scoring once but Liverpool profited from a huge slice of fortune at QPR thanks to own goals from Richard Dunne and Steven Caulker.
"Who are better than me? The two extra-terrestrials, Ronaldo and Messi, Ibrahimovic, Ribéry and Robben. They make the difference almost every game."