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25 Sep 2018 23:13:25
We have decided to change the Teams page to be the Liverpool Match Posts page, so look for posts talking about the latest Liverpool match there.

But most of the posts still go to the Liverpool Banter page.

25 Sep 2018 23:13:25
Also more posts are being added to the Liverpool Other Posts and the More Liverpool Posts pages.

24 Sep 2018 11:34:07
Hi Eds, I don't suppose you would be good enough to provide a short insight into the season plan for Solanke and Origi would you please? Obviously both are sat at 3rd/ 4th choice, but are they expected to get a cup run? Destined for a January move? Thanks in advance.

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{Ed001's Note - Origi was supposed to go out on loan but it fell through. One will go out on loan in January, is the plan, one will just be cover and probably get a fair few games if we progress in the cups.}

24 Sep 2018 14:30:56
Ed001 am I mistaken or do I recall you saying you'd prefer Origi to be the one given that chance? Or perhaps that was in comparison to Sturridge or Ings, not sure.
I know Solanke and Origi are quite different, so which do you think is best suited to this team and has more potential to remain useful beyond this season, if either?
Also, where can I find any player profiles you've done on Liverpool players?
Thanks a million as always.

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{Ed001's Note - I do think Origi has more to offer yes. As for player profiles, they are on the player profile site in the drop down menu at the top. Sorry am on my phone at the dentist so can't put the link in.}

24 Sep 2018 17:14:42
No worries I found it all by myself. Go me!
I'm a little torn because I think Solanke has more developing to do but I'm not sure how much potential he really has, while Origi has had more time to reach his potential but has so far pretty badly failed to do so. In retrospect perhaps signing Solanke and loaning out Origi was a mistake. I'd be happy to see them playing and scoring for us or sb else, but there simply isn't room for both at Liverpool.
I liked Origi a lot when he was in our team, although he could be infuriatingly inconsistent, but Solanke has the advantage of age, Englishness and contract length. Perhaps an unfair advantage for Origi, but the reality all the same.
I'd be interested in your and other readers' opinions on comparing the two directly and which people would pick.
Thanks again Ed001.

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24 Sep 2018 23:10:54
Cup games, like this week, I’d rather we went with Sturridge!

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24 Sep 2018 21:37:05
I was wondering about this today and then I suddenly remembered that Brewster is meant to/ expecting to be a part of the first team squad when he gets back from injury too - how likely do you think it is that he will get some first team game time this year Ed001? Obviously no one expects him to get into the starting 11, but I'd also be surprised to see him make the match day squad much at all this year too unless we have a good cup run. He decided to ignore interest and stay with us for a reason though surely?

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{Ed001's Note - it depends on his recovery, too many ifs and buts at the moment. Which is probably why he stayed.}

25 Sep 2018 08:57:21
Thanks for taking the time out to reply Ed001 - Personally I'd like to see Solanke get a Prem loan at a Bottom half side, like Huddersfield, who struggle with finding the back of the net and see if he really does have what it takes to be a competetor at this level. Origi I feel still has a part to play as he can cover a wide position if required.

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{Ed001's Note - I feel the same way.}

25 Sep 2018 08:57:36
Ooohhh yeeeeah, haha, Brewster TOTALLY slipped my mind there yesterday. Right so, problem solved, once Brewster is fit it'll be neither Solanke or Origi, sorry lads!
And Firmane I agree Sturridge is second choice but I'm thinking more long-term and specifically who has or hasn't got a future at the club.
Our first team squad is so good and solid now that it only leaves the backup guys to even talk about.
Outs -> Mignolet, Clyne, Moreno, Lallana, Origi, Solanke
Ins.

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16 Sep 2018 18:23:43
Something that has been bought to my attention.
With Danny Ings being at Southampton (and other players on loan at other clubs) would the managers of our opposing team get into the on loan players for any info with regards to tactics or training regimes to try and set out a tactic or formation to beat us?

I know they have their own scouting teams that watch upcoming opposition to analyse us in preparation but it's interesting to know if they pick at players for information to help their cause?

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16 Sep 2018 19:44:18
What could they learn that they can’t learn from watching us play? Most of us arm chair fans can see our strengths and weaknesses just from watching on tv. I’m fairly sure their scouts will have as much info as a loanee/ former players can tell them.

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{Ed001's Note - but they do still ask them, in case they do have some insight. Some managers do anyway.}

16 Sep 2018 21:20:01
Why wouldn’t they? Any information can’t help. In Ings case he isn’t coming back to Liverpool unless something goes very wrong for him over there, so why wouldn’t he try and give his new team a leg up?

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17 Sep 2018 11:01:41
If I was a manager I personally wouldn’t be asking loan players for help, I would find it a bit unprofessional and it’s putting the loan player in a difficult situation.
Besides your supposed to be a manager, I don’t think they should be asking players for help, especially players with split allegiances.

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17 Sep 2018 12:05:09
I think it was last season or the season before. Klopp was on Skysports and he pretty much laid out the tactics of the team. With the amount of money being spent on analysis, they can easily break down the tactics of the opposition no problem. However being able to execute it is another issue in whole.

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17 Sep 2018 18:28:17
Score more than them

Easy.

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18 Sep 2018 12:05:57
Although it'll always be worth the manager asking just in case, if your loanee can tell the manager anything useful that they wouldn't be able to find out from watching us play then either that loanee is shaping up to be a much better tactician than his temporary gaffer currently is or you've been working for weeks on special situational tactics that haven't been busted out yet - which is unlikely to be something we do for someone like Southampton who are neither specialized enough (like Burnley and last seasons patented 8 CB formation) or talented enough to warrant their own tactical approach. Although of course that doesn't mean they aren't dangerous enough to beat us.

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24 Sep 2018 07:23:17
Good on you 1985mikey. Nice to know if you managed a club which was struggling and decided against asking advice of a player ( who’s wages you would be paying) when any insite could keep them up ( and the hundred of jobs that go with it ) If you were to go down he can go back to his parent club and you could move down a division. Sound. lol.

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24 Sep 2018 14:04:40
Just out of curiosity, are there instances where a player goes on loan and can play against the parent club?

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{Ed002's Note - Yes in European Competion unless they have already played for their owning club.}

24 Sep 2018 15:14:22
Thank you Ed.

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16 Sep 2018 14:59:57
Liverpool rumoured to after Tottenham target Nicolo Barella from Cagliari.

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17 Sep 2018 07:26:38
Ah classic click-bait. Are you sure it's not 'Man United and Chelsea dealt transfer BLOW as Liverpool move into pole position to sign Tottenham and Arsenal target from Cagliari City'?

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{Ed001's Note - that is not even the true story. The story is that Barella wants a Premier League move and he is also desperate to meet LeBron James. James being a part-owner of Liverpool who attends the odd game, it was suggested Liverpool should use his influence to go and sign him. There is no suggestion of interest from us.}

14 Sep 2018 20:13:29
Liverpool have signed Holland Youth International Ki-Jana Hoever from Ajax. The deal was agreed to sign him earlier in the summer but he just got international clearance yesterday to play for Liverpool competitively.

He's a right back that can also play in the centre of defense. He apparently comes with a big reputation in Holland.

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15 Sep 2018 06:25:57
Welcome to Liverpool lad!

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15 Sep 2018 15:11:40
With him, Neco Williams and Arroyo we've somee serious talent coming through in that position.

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24 Sep 2018 22:38:04
He is a centre back . Straight from the horses mouth.

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13 Sep 2018 08:47:35
Interesting stuff on The Injury Insight about Fekir's knees.

Eds if we assume that Klopp still wants a leftish creative mid, are any of y'all aware of any Liverpool are looking at?
Thanks a bunch.

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{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of Liverpool making efforts to look at any specific left-sided midfield players at this time and I would not expect too much to happen in January beyond clearing the decks if they can of Lazar Markovic and perhaps Chirivella and Origi if he is not being used. They are still looking at players but I am not aware of any desire to add another in midfield at this time.}

13 Sep 2018 09:07:45
Okay cool, thanks amillion Ed002.

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13 Sep 2018 11:12:41
Thank you Jurgen Meister for the reference to 'The Injury Insight'. A good informative web site which I wasn't familiar with before your post.
Cheers.

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13 Sep 2018 11:48:27
That really is a great article. Thanks for sharing Jurgen Meister.

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13 Sep 2018 12:18:18
My pleasure guys, yep it's very interesting site alright.
I'm just trying to work my way through the 'Karius Concussion Conundrum' article now. :)

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13 Sep 2018 17:54:23
What a great article Jurgen Meister, I personally am recovering from an ACL injury right now and I had the same surgery type as Fekir which is interesting (involving the process of replacing your ACL with a cadaver’s) .

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14 Sep 2018 07:48:00
Interesting read.
The mere fact that Liverpool went after Fekir so strongly, in knowledge of his knee problems, was surely testament to Klopp’s admiration of his ability.
It’s a shame about his injuries, and I hope he goes on to have a long and successful career, but I do think that pulling out of the deal was the right move in the end.
I don’t know if Fekir had wowed at the World Cup whether that would have made any difference at all, I suspect not, but it doesn’t look likely that Lyon will be getting that type of offer for Fekir in the future.

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11 Sep 2018 17:34:14
Must be a slow news week as it is being reported that Barcelona want Moreno in January!

Can't see that happening myself.

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{Ed002's Note - Barcelona have four LBs they have an interest in - prhaps they would be interest in a pre-contract for Moreno but I think it unlikely.}

12 Sep 2018 07:44:02
Well he wouldn't have to do any defending at Barca, so he might actually do quite well.

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12 Sep 2018 09:14:37
I was having a conversation with a few friends a couple weeks ago about Moreno, and after a bit of debate we came to a conclusion that not many teams have a backup LB of his level. Additionally, we struggled to name more than 5/ 6 from the Premier League we would have ahead of him in general (I can't recall the exact list, but it's probably obvious) - I even had a United fan in agreement on this point!

In my opinion, he is a great option to have in back up to Robbo, if we can keep ahold of him.


That being said, I could see him doing well in Spain if he went back.

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12 Sep 2018 10:12:41
I think the good thing and problem with Moreno is that he's so different to Robbo in so many ways. If we want to change up what we're doing because its not working he's a great option to have around as backup. But if we need to replace Robbo involuntarily (injury, suspension etc) then we really have to change how we defend to avoid the big gaping hole he leaves.

That being said, I am curious as to how he'd do next to VVD. Not curious enough to drop Robbo but definitely curious.

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12 Sep 2018 10:16:56
Think the league might suit him as before, my question to the Eds is if you know what the club has in hold for him with his contract running down? Thanks in advance.

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{Ed001's Note - the question more is whether he would want to stay as a back up.}

12 Sep 2018 11:13:12
Lewis looks like he’s going to be ready in the next year or so too.

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12 Sep 2018 12:25:14
Honestly the kid showed his willing to knuckle down and do the hardwork pity his best isn't really consistent.1st milly now Robbo wouldn't really blame him if he moved on.1 thing for sure is that he always gave his all.

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{Ed002's Note - Although this is not the Barcelona page perhaps I should explain. Barcelona has a #1 pick left back in Jordi Alba but when they first approached him about a new contract he was unsure, so they came up with a list of four players they could potentially look to as they did not see Digne as the ideal replacement. Since then, the player and the club have come to an agreement to discuss a new contract this coming winter, so the priority has switched to a replacement for Digne who has departed to Everton. This is where the problem comes, the club have a reserve player in Juan Miranda who they have great hopes for but he is not seen as ready to step up just yet - but they hope he will be. They have their eyes on a young left back who is seen to be ideal as an initial back up and then as an eventual replacement for Alba who will be one of a growing number of players who will be 30+ by the end of the season, but he will not be interested in being a back up. This puts them in the position of looking for cover in January with no budget assigned (as that budget is being taken up by significant purchses they are looking at elsewhere) - and Valverde wants a specific player but others want to utilise B team players if they can and save money for starters. They will look to add a LB in January but have shown no interest in Moreno at all - he doesn't feature in any of this.}

12 Sep 2018 12:25:30
Thanks again for the quick response.

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12 Sep 2018 13:59:30
Who’s the player they want Ed? Alonso by any chance?

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{Ed002's Note - I have no idea what you are referring to.}

12 Sep 2018 22:46:11
Wow Ed2 never fail to blow me away with your depth in. Knowledge. Much appreciate the insight!

I’m Hoping the significant purchase that you mention is not a current Liverpool player! Any chance you care to expand on that?

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{Ed002's Note - Barcelona have plans to start on a rebuild due to having an aging squad. They will spend significant funds on the first pick players.}

12 Sep 2018 23:01:28
Thanks Ed.

Sounds ominous. can hear the jaws sound track dun dun dun dun dun dun.

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{Ed002's Note - Other clubs are doing the same - Real Madrid is one example.}

13 Sep 2018 01:21:20
As always ED02, Thank You for sharing your insight with us, very valued by a lot of us on these rumor pages.

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{Ed002's Note - You are very sweet.}

13 Sep 2018 12:34:42
Great read Ed, thanks for the info and time.

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05 Sep 2018 16:16:23
What's with all these Rabiot rumours?

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05 Sep 2018 20:59:41
The football media have very little to say at the moment, so I guess when one outlet reports of contact between Klopp and Rabiot's mum, everyone is jumping on the bandwagon and putting it on their websites and/ or printing it.

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05 Sep 2018 21:05:15
First time I'm hearing about them and it seems to be a load of nonsense imo mate, not that I know of course because I don't but with Ed2 saying the following,

{Ed002's Note - This might be something recycled from the summer. I am not aware of Liverpool having any discussions with his mother. }

It makes me think there's no truth to these rumours or certainly nothing solid at this moment in time anyway.

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06 Sep 2018 03:15:09
maybe its a date.

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06 Sep 2018 20:49:20
I would ignore the PSG rumours we always get suddenly linked with players when we have a game coming up against them in the next 2-3 games.

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06 Sep 2018 22:28:54
Is Klopp going to pull a Rabiot out of the hat?

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06 Sep 2018 23:49:56
Oh Ron, I'm tearing my hare out over this.

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07 Sep 2018 16:52:32
I think they are just Hutching at straws with this rumour.

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07 Sep 2018 20:41:55
This rumour started in Wales.

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07 Sep 2018 23:46:47
Would be nice to have a player who can pass a ball though. He’s class.

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08 Sep 2018 10:40:17
It Bugs me that we haven’t had an update on this rumour.

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11 Sep 2018 10:19:44
If the West Ham owners weren’t so greasy and didn’t appear to just have money making in mind, I don't think the fans would mind about the London Stadium so much. If they spend 100million a year on players and start moving up the league then I think they’d be a lot happier about the situation. Personally I reckon the amount they spent this year was meant to last for the next 3 or 4 with a couple of cheap deals here and there to sustain it.

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05 Sep 2018 16:28:18
Do we hold any interest in Rabiot? Apparently Klopp is very interested and the club are in contact with his agent (His mum) . Hope its true, looks a great player already.

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{Ed002's Note - This might be something recycled from the summer. I am not aware of Liverpool having any discussions with his mother.}

05 Sep 2018 17:15:41
Were do these rumours come from lol. We have been speaking to his agent mother? We are stacked in Central Midfield why would we be after another.

Thank you for putting this one to bed ed.

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05 Sep 2018 17:36:32
My reply not gone up. I will try a diff reply ed sory if ot was not acceptable mate.

So is that a no interest from us in the player please?

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{Ed002's Note - If there is interest Liverpool would need to speak with his mother and at some point PSG to find out any costs they might be expecting when his contract concludes. Other clubs have been speaking to both parties already.}

05 Sep 2018 19:37:59
Apparently, he has already had a call with Klopp, probably to arrange a trip to Blackpool.

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05 Sep 2018 19:41:54
Ok rd thank you for reply. Appreciate it.

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05 Sep 2018 21:01:00
Ed002, won't he be 24 by then? and hence as free as free can be?

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{Ed002's Note - No it is not related to the clubs who did his training but to any costs which PSG will look to claim. Being free of a contract does not mean the registration still resides with the club he was last contracted to. There are always residual costs to pay.}

06 Sep 2018 11:01:39
@Kloppbanger - I do think that these stories are guff however, when you say 'we are stacked in midfield why would we be after another' that doesn't really make a lot of sense if you look at the bigger picture. Lallana will surely leave in the not so distant future and, even if he doesn't, has not performed well for quite a while. Our new midfielder (Fabinho) is struggling to settle with no timeline (that I am aware of) for him to start playing games. Wijinaldum is wildly inconsistent and seems to, based on watching him last season and the start of this, have 3 bad games for every decent game he has.

So imagine Wijinaldum and Lallana leaving by next summer we have in midfield:

Keita, Henderson, Milner, Fabinho (whose ability to settle will be key in him becoming a long term fixture or not), Shaqiri can cover the advanced midfield area. I think their is still scope to improve the midfield personally. Milner is 32 and, sooner or later, will be unable to maintain his energy levels and consistency. Henderson is 28 with a dodgy injury record - he seems to have recovered well but anything could happen. Difficult to know what will happen with Fabinho - obviously we all hope he can settle and contribute. I can see space for another midfielder there personally, Rabiot on a free is not so far-fetched (in terms of us wanting a midfielder), though the actual story of speaking to his mother seems like pure fantasy from the gutter press.

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07 Sep 2018 16:45:37
Are we not looking for a player who can play the quick pass to the front 3 and escape the midfield press?

If I remember correctly, we wanted Jorginho for that role.

If Fabinho doesn't make it, then I suspect we will be looking at bringing in another midfielder.

Rabiot might make sense if we are priced out of Ruben Neves.

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09 Sep 2018 06:57:45
Geez, leave Fabinho out of this would you? He hasn't even played a single competitive game for us and people are talking like we are looking to offload him already.

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09 Sep 2018 13:13:56
Calm down.

Many indications Fabinho may well play for us a defender.

Nobody is slating him. He hasn't played yet!

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03 Sep 2018 15:27:47
Good Afternoon Redmen,

Hope all is well and that you are looking forward to the international break as much as I am. (Yawn) .

4 wins from 4, can't really complain, but I have to say we did not play well. The game seemed to completely bypass our midfield. We either played it back to Allison or long to the forward players.
I think Wijnaldum fell into a black hole in the 26th minute when he played that under-hit pass because from that moment on I didn't see him, has anyone checked if he is ok?!

In all seriousness Leicester is a difficult place to go and so to walk away from there with 3 points speaks volumes.

Enough of my ramblings, time for the loan update.

Southampton have a new striker who is setting the league on fire! 2 goals now in 3 starts for Danny Ings who scored the games opener as Saints beat Crystal Palace 2-0.
There is a history of Liverpool taking Southamptons best players and if Ings carries on like this we might not let them keep him :)

Ejaria scored his second goal for Rangers on Thursday night and this time it was a screamer.
Rangers only needed a draw to see them reach the Europa League group stages for the first time in a decade but Ejaria's early strike set them on the path for victory.
It was not a straight forward game for Gerrards boys though who were pegged back and reduced to 9 men in the second half!
However they clang on for a famous draw and can now look forward to competing in Europe this season.
Ejaria also played the full 90 against Celtic at the weekend and put in a good shift, unfortunately they were on the wrong side of a 1-0 defeat.

Ejaria has stolen all the headlines up North but Ryan Kent also played the full 90 in both games and put in good shifts, particularly against FC Ufa.

For those that missed it Sheyi Ojo moved to Stade de Reims on Thursday night and 48 hours he was thrown straight into action.
Ojo came on for the final 15 as Reims lost 1-0 to Montpellier.

Besiktas saw the best and the worst of Karius at the weekend as he made his first start for the club.
The first half saw Karius pull off a string of fine saves including a 1v1 to keep his team ahead at the break.
However with 5 minutes left in the game Karius completely misread a pass leaving him in no mans land allowing Bursapor to equalise. The game finished 1-1.

Grujic made his first start for Hertha Berlin and put in a mixed performance. Strong on the ball and good in the air Grujic dominated the centre of the park. However the young serb was sloppy in possession and also gave away a penalty.
Fortunately for him the penalty was saved and Hertha went on to win the game 2-0.

Awoniyi is finding life in the upper tiers of Football much more difficult as his struggles infront of goal at Gent continue.
After an ineffective hour against Bordeaux in the Europa league last week Awoniyi was subbed off with his team going on to lose 2-0 and be eliminated from the competition.
The young man was then left out of the squad completely for the weekend game against Cercle Brugge. With no suggestions he was injury it looks like he was dropped purely due to his bad form.

Randall made his debut for Rochdale in the league cup but was subbed after 60 minutes due to injury as they went on to lose 2-1 to Boro.
The injury meant Randall missed the weekends action.

The ever present Herbbie Kane played the full 90 for Doncaster as they drew 1-1 with Peterborough at the weekend.

And finally Adam Bogdan put in a good performance as Hibs lost 2-1 to Livingstone. There was little he could do about either goals and he was one of the few Hibs players who could leave the field with his head held high.

Whelan and Wilson are both still injured.

And that's your lot.

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03 Sep 2018 15:48:25
Very happy for Danny Ings. I only wish it would have worked out for him at LFC. I'm a big fan.

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03 Sep 2018 16:48:59
Danny Ings is far better than Origi, solanke and at the moment I’d have him ahead of sturridge based on his last few seasons. A fully fit sturridge is a different matter, wish Ings all the best and hopefully he gets his career back on track as his injuries haven’t helped his time with us.

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03 Sep 2018 22:17:54
Thanks Carra, nice update. The young reds seem to be struggling a bit apart from Ings and Ejaria.
👍.

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03 Sep 2018 22:24:50
Great, cheers carra much appreciated mate.

Same here stone, I really like Ings, gutted it didn't work out for him here.

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03 Sep 2018 22:25:22
I’ve watched a couple of rangers games and Ejaria does actually stand out as one of the best players in the rangers team.

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04 Sep 2018 06:48:38
Cheers carra.
Where's Allan got to?

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04 Sep 2018 10:19:56
I like Ingsy a lot too and it's nice to see him get starts. I've watched a bit of him and you can literally see the Liverpool in that goal as well as his all-round play.
Remind me Ed is the fee already agreed and can't be changed? 20 mil or sth like that is it? If he bangs in 20 for Southampton this season they'll be happy they got a bargain.
It's actually kinda nice to give something back to the club that gave us Virgil, Sadio, and, uhm, the rest. :)

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{Ed002's Note - The fee has been agreed already.}

04 Sep 2018 10:10:44
Hi Faith,

Allan is currently with Eintracht Frankfurt but was left out of the squad at the weekend.

I just realised I also forgot to mention that Woodburn was an unused sub at the weekend as was Shamal George.

Arroyo was not in the Gent match day squad but this is understandable as he only made the move late last week.

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04 Sep 2018 12:12:39
Great update as usual.

I particularly like the fact that you've developed a catchphrase - 'And that's your lot'

:-)

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04 Sep 2018 15:07:21
Parma some say I am the 'Roy Walker' of Liverpool Rumours.

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04 Sep 2018 18:44:31
Cool re:Allan.
Cheers bud.

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05 Sep 2018 18:30:44
Thanks Carra! ’ Much appreciated! Always a good read.

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01 Sep 2018 00:26:26
Markovic’s deal has fallen through, we’d gone from overpricing him to agreeing to sell him for around £3 mil. Twitter is blaming him but is there another reason it didn’t go through? He’s going to leave end of the season for nothing but most teams will not want him if he doesn’t play for a year. If he’s decided against the move it seems odd in my eyes but I’m sure you Ed’s know more than me!

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{Ed002's Note - I rather suspect he will still move this summer.}

01 Sep 2018 17:57:06
Apparently failed to agree personal terms.

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01 Sep 2018 19:55:27
Sorry Ed couod you advise please were he could still move to please? I thought it had to happen in August mate that's all.

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{Ed002's Note - Benfica might yet be an option.}

02 Sep 2018 18:18:44
The Portuguese transfer window closes on the 21st of September, so there's plenty of time.

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{Ed002's Note - Sporting has had an interest in the past and I understand they will be tried, and I think an attempt to get interest from a Russian side failed yesterday (Saturday). Else he stays and Liverpool need to make a decision.}

02 Sep 2018 18:54:33
Thanks Ed002. Didn't the Russian transfer window close at the end of August though?

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{Ed002's Note - Yes, but they had 18 hours leeway to get registrations completed allowing anything underway by 11PM local Friday to complete registrations. The idea being to overcome any issue like the Adrien Silva problem where the international clearance paperwork was late there are no problems. You will recall the fuss over Andrei Arshavin's delayed transfer completion. The FAs should all consider taking this approach - it is not meant to be an additional day or extension to the window, just something to help avoid problems. But what it did in the case of Markovic was allow sufficiant time to contact a Russian side on Friday and try and complete on Saturday - but to no avail. Right now, Portugal is the only realistic solution unless loaned to the Czech Republic or anywhere else the window remains open. The agent has made his views on Liverpool very clear indeed over this matter.}

02 Sep 2018 21:00:09
Thanks so much Ed002. Your knowledge on the matter is absolutely incredible.

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