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18 Jan 2019 20:33:38
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18 Jan 2019 20:33:38
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18 Jan 2019 03:23:27
I expect West Ham to bid for Origi within the next 5 days.

Believable4 19Unbelievable

18 Jan 2019 11:42:09
I expect to win the lottery tomorrow but there you go.

Agree4 8Disagree

18 Jan 2019 13:18:19
The Euromillions is looking quite tasty tonight Salah. I won't win but one can always dream.

Agree1 1Disagree

17 Jan 2019 17:56:49
It would appear that over the past few days we're being linked with players - Ciro Immobile, Weston Mckennie, Fekir again (I know that one is tripe) - where as previously it was very quiet.

Do you see us dipping into the market or staying as we are?

Believable1 15Unbelievable

17 Jan 2019 20:10:02
Where do you see Ciro Immobile fitting in? That would be a massive waste of money and I think the powers that be know better than to go for a transfer like that.

Where did you even read this rumour?

Agree8 6Disagree

17 Jan 2019 21:22:24
It's been all over the web today Eric.

Nonsense in my opinion. Klopp sold Immobile after he flopped emphatically at Dortmund. Not sure he'd give him another chance. He's improved a lot since those days, but I'm still not convinced.

Agree12 2Disagree

17 Jan 2019 21:33:42
I very much doubt Immobile and Klopp would want to work together again. I think he's very much suited to Serie A as well, no idea why he'd leave that league now.

Weston Mckennie seems like a random name. Even if that was on the cards - which it probably isn't - that's one for the summer, surely?

Agree3 0Disagree

18 Jan 2019 09:55:58
He is to static.

Agree1 0Disagree

18 Jan 2019 10:56:45
I can only potentially see us going for a fullback if someone good unexpectedly became available (to replace Clyne), or perhaps an outside chance of a forward (but again only if some really special became available, and also Sturridge or Origi were to leave) .

On balance I suspect neither will happen and we will continue with our current squad which is just fine by me.

Agree0 1Disagree

18 Jan 2019 13:28:09
Immobile must be the most unfortunate name ever for a footballer.

Agree3 0Disagree

18 Jan 2019 17:02:24
Agreed johnnyr. It's even worse than Danny rubbishtu.

Agree0 3Disagree

17 Jan 2019 17:22:49
Any truth in the rumours Lallana being lined up for Loan move to rangers.

Believable3 15Unbelievable

17 Jan 2019 20:45:31
Could Rangers even afford him?

Agree3 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 20:58:19
Can’t see a move happening until the summer but I’ll be happily surprised. I would’ve thought a team like Bournemouth would be a better suit?

Agree1 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 22:03:51
Even a return to Southampton try keep them up.

Agree2 0Disagree

18 Jan 2019 12:42:43
Or a loan to nowhere, need to keep the squad we have to cover injuries.

Agree0 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 13:15:02
Heard a rumour about Eder Militao from Porto.

Believable0 0Unbelievable

{Ed002's Note - Try the search engine.}

17 Jan 2019 21:30:13
Think I heard that one too. Something about a horse, a goat and 50 kilos of Nutella?

Agree2 1Disagree

18 Jan 2019 11:41:12
50 kilos of Nutella. That's a lot of damn money!

Agree0 0Disagree

18 Jan 2019 16:07:28
I know Amerigo it’s obscene what these players get paid these days!

Agree0 0Disagree

16 Jan 2019 22:08:23
A quick question in regards to the rumour that Klopp is considering a cheap reliable midfielder this month. Would there be any chance he looks at Adrien Rabiot? PSG have apparently named there price for him to go this month. Or would it not be a case of his wages being the stumbling block? It's said Klopp is looking for a loan or a cheap buy. I know it would present Klopp with more problems also trying to get them in to the team but it seems our midfield players have been well managed and rotated as and when the time has called for.

Believable0 8Unbelievable

16 Jan 2019 22:22:40
Would love this move think he'd replace Milner next year if he decides to move for more football but its pretty much nailed on Rabiot is going to Barcelona. Seems to be what the player wants.

Agree0 2Disagree

16 Jan 2019 22:23:03
Would he be cheap? Also doesn't the lad have attitude issues, not sure if that's true but maybe Ed001 can confirm? If that is the case then I wouldn't risk upsetting the squad at this point in the season just for a bit of cover in an area of the pitch we're the most stocked in.

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{Ed001's Note - it depends on what you call attitude issues. He refused to be on stand by for the French squad in the summer, for instance, that is the kind of thing he has done.}

16 Jan 2019 23:29:12
I'd go back to Southampton and take Romeu. Think he'd make an excellent backup player.

Agree1 17Disagree

16 Jan 2019 23:39:22
From a Chelsea fan- steer well clear. I remember we were linked with him as a youngster and his mother (agent) was described as abhorrent to deal with.

Agree4 1Disagree

17 Jan 2019 05:32:30
He does seem to have a bit of an attitude issue but it's really his mother/ agent that I want us to steer clear of. No amount of talent and quality he possesses will convince me that it'd be worth taking on his mother.

Agree3 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 06:02:44
10 million euros signing on fee and wages equivalent to what Salah makes hardly qualifies as a cheap option.

Agree5 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 10:05:09
Red Ted, i would not waste my time with Romeu, Jurgens record of picking up great players from relegated teams, [Wijnaldum, Robertson, Shaquiri over the last three seasons could continue at the end of this season when Huddersfield go down, and we could go in for Mooy, who i think is a very good and under rated player who could fit into a number of positions in our midfield, anddo a more than descent job as a cover/ replacement for both Milner and Lallana, and should not break the bank either.

Agree2 8Disagree

{Ed001's Note - oh god please no! Overrated if anything. So slow he would be completely unable to play in Klopp's system.}

17 Jan 2019 10:58:02
Only four players I'd think about getting from Huddersfield would be Jonas Lossl as a backup GK but he is 29 and would want first team football Philip Billing he seems to have something about him, Mathias Jorgensen. Erik Durm is not a bad LB as a back up option played plenty of times LB and RB.

Agree0 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 12:03:40
Aaron Mooy would be a cheap and reliable midfielder.

Agree0 7Disagree

{Ed001's Note - and crap.}

17 Jan 2019 12:14:25
Malcolm on loan would be neat.

Agree1 2Disagree

{Ed002's Note - Zero chance.}

17 Jan 2019 12:24:42
Love it Ed001 😂.

Agree1 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 15:03:02
Kloppers - I definitely agree, let's go for all three and get a bit of Danish talent back to Anfield!

Agree0 0Disagree

17 Jan 2019 20:58:37
I really don’t think we need to be disrupting the squad in this window after this next game we have a 10 day break in which matip and Gomez and lovren should return also lallana and keita need to step up . Trent is a blow but we have very good players than can fill in and adapt all throughout the team . New players coming in will only interrupt our flow and solidarity in my opinion . Come on the red men give us what we crave 🤞🏻.

Agree2 0Disagree

16 Jan 2019 17:56:30
Telegraph are reporting that Tottenham are interested in Origi, any truth in this?

Believable1 18Unbelievable

16 Jan 2019 18:40:18
I'd find it as unlikely/ foolish. Origi is not better than Llorente. Surely if they were going to go for a loan to cover for Kane's injury, Batshuayi would be a better option?

I know he's not a top calibre forward, but I think he's better than Origi.

Agree1 23Disagree

16 Jan 2019 19:31:35
By no means am I saying this is true, just posting what I read, I think Llorente is as good as gone and Batshuay is off to Monaco.

Agree1 13Disagree

16 Jan 2019 19:37:09
I despair of posters who give such nonsense even a second’s thought. In what parallel universe would we help out a major competitor by selling/ loaning them one of our players?

Agree15 4Disagree

16 Jan 2019 20:39:41
Jonesred - They may reconsider that Llorente transfer out now. It would leave Jannsen as their only striker (and he's a big poo pie), unless they have someone in the academy, but that is a lot of responsibility for a young player, replacing Kane until mid March.

Lucas Moura is injured, Son is on international duty. I can't think who they can play up front if they let Llorente go.

Agree0 1Disagree

{Ed001's Note - the Asian Nations final is on the 1st Feb, if I remember correctly, so it is only a couple of weeks then Son is back.}

16 Jan 2019 22:08:15
Who said it would be classed as helping them lol.

Agree1 8Disagree

17 Jan 2019 07:53:31
Vary true Ravi, and I don’t see them catching us.

Agree0 3Disagree

17 Jan 2019 12:04:55
I would keep Origi personally. For all his negatives and poor form when playing for loan teams away from us, when he's been in a red shirt, he's put the ball in the net on basis decent enough to be at rotation or cover.

Agree2 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 12:14:49
Any one else hear that TAA is out for at least 4 weeks?

Believable8 5Unbelievable

15 Jan 2019 12:20:22
I have not heard that but that is worrying news. Might have to resort to Fabinho or Milner filling in there.

Agree4 5Disagree

15 Jan 2019 12:29:40
Confirmed, Gini a doubt for the weekend too.

Agree9 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 12:39:59
Never understood the Clyne situation. End of season yes season short sighted. Gomez and TAA out. Has to play Milner. can't play Camacho against Zaha.

Agree11 24Disagree

15 Jan 2019 12:41:59
Hopefully Matip is fit enough because he'll need to play CB with Milner or Fabinho RB!

Goodness me these injuries!

Agree19 1Disagree

15 Jan 2019 12:48:24
play fabinho CB and milner RB. think we well be just fine.

Agree19 2Disagree

15 Jan 2019 13:21:36
If we play Fabinho CB and Milner RB then we are left with only Hendo and Kieta in midfield as Gini is also injured.

Agree2 13Disagree

15 Jan 2019 13:24:05
Don't forget that Hoever (who came on at CB against Wolves), his natural position is at RB. Maybe he'll be on the bench as cover, but he certainly looked more than competent when he played.

Agree11 4Disagree

15 Jan 2019 13:26:41
We will be Ok

Robertson VanDijk Fabinho Milner.

Agree15 1Disagree

15 Jan 2019 14:05:19
Matip was on the bench V Brighton so he could well be back in the starting 11 for the Palace match.

Agree15 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 14:28:52
Absolutely no need for panic chaps. We can still put out a strong defence/ midfield against Crystal Palace :


Milner Matip VVD Robbo

Fab Hendo

Shaq Bobby Sadio


Agree27 1Disagree

15 Jan 2019 14:38:31
Hoever's natural position is not RB, he is a CB.

He has been playing RB above his age group much like Joe Gomez did for a long time.

Also, I don't think he should be thrown in any time soon. He is doing very well progressing where he is. The Wolves game should've been a nice cameo for him for 20 minutes at the end, instead he was thrown into the cauldron in a disjointed team.

I would rather play Fabinho and Milner out of position rather than put a 16yr old into the firing line. What if he makes a mistake that costs us a game, or even worse costs us the title? He might never recovery as the "fans" would destroy him.

I think there's a time and a place for young players to be bedded in. As we reach the business end of the season when we're closer to the league title than we have been in years. that's not the right time.

By all means have him on the bench and give him minutes, but don't pin our hopes on him.

Agree13 5Disagree

15 Jan 2019 14:56:19
We should absolutely not be relying on a 16yr old in critical PL matches. Milner is a better RB than Clyne so happy to see him start there any day and still have Hendo, Gini, Keita and Shaqiri for midfield. and Fabinho too when Matip and Gomez back.

It’s gutting to see him injured but not a crisis, we have quite a few players who can cover there.

Agree8 6Disagree

15 Jan 2019 16:00:13
Talksport reporting it .

Agree0 9Disagree

15 Jan 2019 16:36:26
We won’t be relying on him let’s get the lad on the bench and give him more confidence how will we no how good he is unless we try him again.

Agree4 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 16:40:01
If hoever is on a red card from an under 23 s match does this apply to the premier league?

Agree1 1Disagree

15 Jan 2019 17:10:37
Love of god Matip is back already Gomez is not far behind milly will play RB.

Agree13 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 17:13:22
Says 2 weeks on BBC, it was done in the warm up before kick off. Should be ok with Fab the new Steve Harkness. 😁.

Agree3 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 17:21:40
I agree with you Reusch. If you're good enough, you're old enough.

Jack Robinson if I remember correctly made his debut against Arsenal at 17 and did very well. Milner, Rooney, Lennon and Jeffers all got thrown in at the deep end at 16. Owen, Mcmanaman and Fowler got a chance at a young age too. Gomez and Trent are now first team regulars too after being given a chance and trusted.

Agree5 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 18:26:16
Epic-How many centre backs have played at 16?

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15 Jan 2019 18:31:44
Cobra666 - The only one I can think of is West Ham's Reece Oxford. Didn't he get man of the match on his debut against Arsenal?

I am however referring to the right back slot, but Hoever showed perfectly capable in the centre.

Agree2 1Disagree

15 Jan 2019 18:34:39
Also, Hoever turns 17 on Friday. Happy Birthday to him :)

Agree4 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 20:04:40
Milner will cover RB, no problem, Matip will play, then I think we have a 2 week break, so most players out should be back by then,
Gomez will be like a new player for us,
I think by the end of the season, people will think that VVD and Gomez are probably the best centre half partnership in the world .

Agree5 0Disagree

15 Jan 2019 21:24:44
Epic every player you mentioned there is a forward or winger where you can afford to make more mistakes. At the back you simply can’t. If we had a 16 year old at the back Palace would target him with everything they’ve got and it could set him back immeasurably.
Why not just player Milner there who we know we can trust until Gomez and TAA are back. Simples.

Agree2 0Disagree

16 Jan 2019 00:09:30
Agree Bobby.

Comments like ‘if you’re good enough, you’re old enough’ are fine, but it’s also about when you choose to introduce inexperienced youth players and against whom.

In a close title race, in a defensive position (where a mistake costs a goal, not lost possession) and against a player like Zaha would not make any sense to me when you have Milner and Fabinho as established international pros more than capable of playing in that position.

Hoever will get him time, but I don’t see Klopp taking a risk like that at this stage.

Agree5 0Disagree

16 Jan 2019 00:52:38
Now look, TAA is injured. should have kept martin kelly.

Agree6 3Disagree

16 Jan 2019 04:00:33
A 16 year old cannot have a natural position, he’s 16!

Agree1 2Disagree

16 Jan 2019 09:27:17
BB I think this game will be too soon for Hoever but a lot of great defenders have made their debut at 17.

Varane - 17
Mendy - 16
Marquinhos - 17
Gimenez - 17
Laporte - 17
Sule - 17
De ligt - 17

Even in the prem you have

Ferdinand - 17
Bellerin -18
Barry - 17 (maybe played midfield)

At some point you have to give the kids a chance otherwise what's the point in the academy.

Agree4 0Disagree

16 Jan 2019 16:22:50
Bobby, not really. Robinson, Trent and Gomez aren't strikers or wingers.

I also replied to Cobra about any other Premier League defender starting at the age of 16, and which I could only think of Reece Oxford at West Ham making his debut in their season opener against Arsenal. I know his chances have been limited since then, but a MotM awarded in that game does suggest that he did a bit more than OK.

The list above that Happy Red Pants put forward says a lot. Some of those defenders are some of the best in Europe and they started young. Wouldn't you want Hoever to be mentioned in the same breath as some of those players?

And for the record, I'm not saying that he should be picked ahead of Fabinho or Milner. I'm merely saying that he's an "option" and the idea of such shouldn't be discarded because he's only just turning 17.

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15 Jan 2019 11:12:54
Sorry there hasn't been any loan updates in a while I have only just got over my Christmas and New year antics! Im not the man I use to be.

Living in Brighton I was lucky enough to see the game at the weekend. Brighton were boring with 11 men behind the ball most the game. As the home team it was disappointing to see them display zero adventure for most of the match.
I had a great view of the game and it has given me a new appreciation for what Henderson does, particularly in the first half.
Our attack was slow in the first half and their was very little movement as we struggled to get through an organised defence.
Henderson was always looking to get on the ball and make things happen but there were no options in-front of him. I thought I would point this out as I saw a lot of criticism of him after the game for which I could not understand. But TV never gives you the full picture.

Anyways enough of my rambling, heres the loan update

It was a relatively low key weekend for the young Reds out on Loan with several European Leagues not yet returning to action from their Winter breaks.

Harry Wilson missed Derby's disappointing 2-0 defeat to Leeds due to injury and is likely to miss their FA Cup replay with Southampton this week as-well.

Talking of Southampton Danny Ings missed the weekends win over Leicester again due to injury but new Boss Hasenhuttl is hopeful Ings will be back for the FA Cup tie.

Newly loaned Nathaniel Clyne has already made more starts for Bournemouth in 2 weeks then he had for the reds this entire season.

At the weekend the cherries faced Everton in what resulted as a 2-0 defeat, despite the result Clyne gave a solid performance and Cherries fans are happy with the early showings from their new Right Back.

Herbie Kane was in action at the weekend for Doncaster Rovers but it is a match they would like to forget. Kane was at the centre of a dominant display that saw the Rovers 2-0 with just 14 minutes to play.

However despite their domination they were left with nothing as they left the pitch. A complete collapse in the final 10 minutes saw Wycombe score 3 times including an injury time winner that left Rovers and Herbie Kane shell shocked at the full time whistle.

Having left Rangers during the Winter break Ovie Ejaria has now found himself on loan in the Championship at Reading.

Playing on the left of an attacking 3 Ejaria played for 75 minutes in a lively performance as Reading beat Nottingham Forest 2-0.

Young Reds stopper Kamil Grabara who impressed in pre season has joined AGF Aahus on loan for the second half of the season as he goes in search of regular game time.

Taiwo Awoniyi has left KAA Gent after an unsuccessful stint on loan and returned to Royal Excel Mouscron where he was on loan last season. Hopefully the move will bring a change in fortunes for the young striker who was a big hit for R. E. M last year.

Ben Woodburn has returned to Liverpool early after an unsuccessful stint with Championship club Sheffield United.

Shamal George's loan at Tranmere has finished with the young Red stopper playing 3 times for the League 2 team.

Corey Whelan has also returned to the club after a successful stint with Crewe where the young full back played 18 matches.

Connor Randall has returned to the club after his loan was cut short due to an injury picked up in September.

And that's your lot.

Believable19 0Unbelievable

15 Jan 2019 11:53:25
Thank you so much for the update, 23carragold. Your comments and updates are pure gold - and 24 karat at that.

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15 Jan 2019 12:12:52
Good man carra.

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15 Jan 2019 12:58:18
Conor Randall is still on the books!? How on earth.

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15 Jan 2019 13:27:34
Surely if Corey Whelan played 18 times, he should have stayed on loan at Crewe? Seems silly not to extend that arrangement.

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15 Jan 2019 15:37:26
Thank you mate.

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15 Jan 2019 15:46:58
Thanks great effort xx.

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16 Jan 2019 00:12:36
Well said Carra, I also though Hendo was excellent and the epitome of someone in complete control of the game.

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14 Jan 2019 20:50:00
Rumours regarding Coady coming back.
I think he is good but found his level for a top 10 team. Fighting for LE at best. Any truth in the rumours?

Believable5 10Unbelievable

14 Jan 2019 22:06:06
I would take Coady back but only if Matip moves on. It would only marginally (If at all) improve our strength in depth, but it would help with the home grown quota and whilst I don't think he is good enough to start, he is a leader in the dressing room. He has arguably only ever looked good in a back 3, but I think playing for Liverpool he'd raise his game to a level above what he'd play at for any other club.

It wouldn't be what I'd advise him if I was his agent though. He is captain at probably the 7th or 8th best team in the league and should stay where he is.

Agree11 8Disagree

14 Jan 2019 22:40:30
No truth what so ever Martolfc. Absolutely zip!

Agree4 1Disagree

14 Jan 2019 23:56:00
We won't be signing any CBs for the foreseeable future. Expect Matip will sign an extension and Lovren still has 3 years remaining on his contract. And everyone knows that VVD and Gomez will be our long term CB partnership so pointlessly adding squad players when we have so many options already within the club is gross mismanagement of club funds.

Agree4 4Disagree

15 Jan 2019 02:34:17
No idea about the rumour but feel like ita good for him to be playing week in week out.

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15 Jan 2019 06:36:27
just scored an own goal :) . Love how this works.

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15 Jan 2019 10:51:03
akrubbish - He is the new Jamie Carragher?

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15 Jan 2019 18:49:42
Coady left to get games and give him his dues he's turned into a great player for wolves. He's hardly going to come back to us and not be guaranteed to play. Plus we would have to pay stupid money for their captain in this window knowing we are light at CB.

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16 Jan 2019 09:33:07
I would love to see him come back and be great for us but I just don't see it happening.

I think every time he plays well we will be linked with him.

Agree0 0Disagree

14 Jan 2019 11:50:10
Do we know if there is anything happening with chirivella this window?

Believable10 0Unbelievable

14 Jan 2019 18:11:02
Is he still with us? Wasn't he loaned to romania or something?

Agree0 1Disagree

14 Jan 2019 19:06:04
He's been playing most of the under 23 matches.

Agree1 0Disagree

14 Jan 2019 19:21:57
He is too good for the u23 - great passer, good game management. He looks frustrated but Im not convinced he has a future with us. Ed001 might know better.

Agree2 1Disagree

{Ed001's Note - he did look like he might have a chance but Fabinho has taken his place I think.}

14 Jan 2019 21:49:05
a shame i did genuinely think he had a good chance with us to atleast push for a squad player.

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15 Jan 2019 02:38:11
Ed01, that must be the ever-question for academy vs buying aye? I feel as tho a youth has to be over the top good, or at least assessed that way, in order to get a shot.

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{Ed001's Note - yes mate and this is why I would like to see something done to force teams to look to their academies.}

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