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24 Apr 2017 10:54:08
With the papers now saying real will target coutinho to replace modric how likely are we to keep hold of him this summer especially with Barcelona also waiting in the wings.

I doubt he will stay especially if we miss out on top 4 which is a real possibility if the players do not wake up and smell the opportunity in front of them. They should be super focussed and switched on at this stage of the season considering the prize at the end of it.

No doubt you are all as frustrated as me at the result yesterday but realistically what could klopp have done about it. Aside from those that started who else could he have brought in aside from the kids.

The only thing i could queation is If either of our centre backs were not 100% he maybe should have considered Gomez instead of playing injured defenders. But if you go out on the field you are able to play to even that's not an excuse.

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24 Apr 2017 12:39:15
The 'papers' and you clearly haven't seen Modric or Real play for some time. He hasn't played as an attacking midfielder or a winger, the two areas Coutinho plays, since 2010. If Real want him, he'd be replacing James Rodriguez, Bale or Isco - not Modric.

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24 Apr 2017 15:20:16
Well if they are selling and modric and replacing him with coutinho then maybe there happy with casmerio and kross in the centre and will add a new number 10.

Or thag coutinho could play alsongside one of them like everyone on here has suggested. (Playing in our cm)

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{Ed002's Note - People need to get out of the mindset of like-for-like replacements.}

23 Apr 2017 07:09:12
I would love to see Leon Goretzka and Max Meyer sign this summer for Liverpool - Tell me Eds I am dreaming? Do you rate them both.

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{Ed001's Note - not seen a lot of Goretzka or Meyer to be honest. Seen the odd game that they have played but neither stood out. I don't know of either being likely to join us, Schalke would like to hold onto them, but are not in a position to refuse huge offers. I would not be surprised to see one move to Bayern in the summer.}

23 Apr 2017 13:12:00
Arsenal have a strong interest in Goretzka while Spurs have looked at Meyer in the past.

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23 Apr 2017 13:43:34
Watched Schalke thursday wasnt impressed but nasticic was good.

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22 Apr 2017 19:03:02
Hey ed001 i read somewhere tha daniel sturridge is a doubt for the game against palace, are you aware of anything like that?

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{Ed001's Note - apparently so. Shame. Hopefully it is not bad enough to keep him out, as he needs games.}

22 Apr 2017 19:16:19
Can i ask you ed what according to you is the main problem which is always keeping him away from being injury free?

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{Ed001's Note - he has physical issues due to his physique which make it very difficult for him to be injury free. Explosive players are always more prone to little niggles. That explosiveness causes a lot of muscle strains, which can lead to worse injuries as the body tries to compensate.}

22 Apr 2017 21:28:53
Tell you what Ed1 you sound as tho you've got a a lot of patience for Sturridge.

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{Ed001's Note - I do because I know what he does behind the scenes for the club and his attitude has been excellent. People have this false impression he is sulky, whereas he is anything but and has made an effort to help others while out injured, when he could easily have sulked. Where most players just get drunk and mawdlin while injured, which is how so many end up with drink, drugs and gambling related problems, Sturridge does not drink or get into mischief. He is a proper professional who does what he can to ensure he can get fit. It is just bad luck that his body is simply unable to cope with the demands made of it. If he had been born a few years later, the advances in training may have come in time to avoid a lot of the problems he has suffered. Sadly Roy Hodgson and his arrogance has to take the blame for most of the current injuries.}

22 Apr 2017 23:28:27
His injury problems are so depressing, what a player he was. He had everything footwork, movement and blistering pace. He was the complete forward. Hope he gets a decent move this Summer preferably abroad and he gets back to his form of 13/ 14. Hate the supposed fans who think he fakes the injuries, the guy loves playing for LFC.

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23 Apr 2017 05:08:26
This kind of insight is really helpful Ed - thanks. really feel for the guy.

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{Ed001's Note - Square Tomato will tell you how much Studger has helped out Joe Gomez, for instance. If we had more players with his attitude, then we would be a lot better off.}

23 Apr 2017 06:20:44
Cheers for the reply Ed 👍.

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{Ed001's Note - you are very welcome mate.}

23 Apr 2017 08:14:58
Thank you Ed this is both reassuring in terms of his attitude and disappointing to know he clearly has had such bad luck. I get a little frustrated seeing him on the pitch cruising in what looks like second gear but reality is that's all he can do with out getting injured risking injury etc. On the flip side he is still that good in terms of football brain, movement and finishing that there is a place for him in our side even when not 100%.

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{Ed001's Note - there are so many things that affect performances, especially when a player is returning from injury, it is often difficult to judge a player. The brain is still there, the fast feet and the vision, so he just needs to recover the fitness, both physical and mental, to allow him to get back to his best.}

23 Apr 2017 08:27:23
He's honestly the nicest bloke, everyone loves him especially the youngsters he's helped massively, and now Brewster is the latest he's taken under his wing.

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23 Apr 2017 09:19:49
Would you keep him ed? if he's as good as you say around the place and we were recieving offers not worthy of the player would it not make more sense to keep the player and not have to worry about getting a forward in.

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{Ed001's Note - yes.}

23 Apr 2017 12:08:41
Studge hasn't been explosive for three years! He's just either made of glass or plain lazy. Shame because he could've been one of the worlds best strikers.

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23 Apr 2017 13:12:56
Sturridge is the most complete forward we had in a long time. He could score all type of goals. Technically he is first class. He has terrific pace. short back lift, which is a blessing for a striker and excellent finishing abilities.
His goal against Sevilla outside his left foot from absolutely nothing is just one his genius skills.

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23 Apr 2017 13:32:44
I've said it before about sturridge he has a different technique of striking a ball, his swing is so straight, with all the power coming from the explosive movement of the quad. As a kid I had a similar problem taking goal kicks as our keeper was a too fat lol. It puts a lot of strain on the knees and muscles in and around it. I was never right until I stopped playing for a few years, and even now when I play it hurts afterwards.

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23 Apr 2017 19:11:58
Always been a fan huge fan Sturridge however after what he did to Dr Zaf, my opinion changed on him. He obviously has the talent but unfortunately he is always injured.

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23 Apr 2017 21:09:07
He is well and truly FINISHED.

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24 Apr 2017 02:45:31
How did Sturridge stay fit under Brendan Rodgers? was it down to the Training methods?

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{Ed001's Note - it was mainly down to the main damage not having been done by England at that point.}

24 Apr 2017 12:43:27
Love comments like Pips. Here is a detailed understanding of what is wrong with sturridge and why it keeps happening, as well as why it keeps happening and what Sturridge does about it. But nah, here's a fan whose ready his face for 5 minutes he has been on screen in the past 6 months with his view cause that has equal weight.

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22 Apr 2017 01:41:12
Eds seen a rumour we are in for robertson of hill city any truth? Thanks.

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{Ed001's Note - we had a look at him a couple of seasons ago, when they were in the Prem last time around, not aware of any fresh interest though.}

22 Apr 2017 07:56:49
Please don't p*ss about with the left back position. Just go buy Sessengon from Fulham and develop him to cover that position from day 1 and for the next ten years.

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22 Apr 2017 08:58:10
You heard him ed01 stop pissing about and sign sessegnon.

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{Ed001's Note - on it now!}

22 Apr 2017 10:58:16
I think Robertson would be a good addition to the team . He's made his way to the Premier League the hard way pretty sure he wad released by Celtic as a youth then ended up part-time at Queens Park even working for the Hampden Park box office before being signed by Dundee United where his performances led to being signed by Hull. Great attitude, still young enough to become better, tactically astute and has good delivery from the left side . It annoys me a lot of people on social media sneering at the possibility of this move probably because he doesn't have an exotic surname, but for me I'd be chuffed if Robertson signed for us . A hungry Premiership ready young International natural left back who would understand what playing for Liverpool is all about.

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22 Apr 2017 11:45:12
Ed01, I'm sure I've seen you say that you thought Sessegnon could go straight into our first team - do you think that's such a good idea given that everyone else thinks our defence is still inadequate? I mean if we had a superb back line then he may be able to slot straight in with the others covering his lack of experience however I'm not sure we have that at the moment so he may flounder with being so young.

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{Ed001's Note - he is good enough to improve our back line, his lack of experience is not really an issue, the rest there have plenty.}

22 Apr 2017 12:21:42
Robertson reminds me of Steve Finnan, which is no bad thing as he was a quality footballer.

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22 Apr 2017 12:28:11
But what about Sessegnon not being able to train full time? And is'nt he still going to school? That would probably mean him not training full time and maybe even missing some crunch games for us. Relying on a 17 year old no matter how good to be first choice is a very dangerous gamble.

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{Ed001's Note - he can train plenty, he is 17 in the summer, he will be able to do his schooling around away games. He will be in college, technically, not school, from next year.}

22 Apr 2017 13:37:06
Hi Ed just been reading that we've been linked with Benzema and Lacazette for me it has to be Lacazette 2 reasons one he is younger and the other and for me more important Benzema's baggage i refer to his blackmailing of a fellow French footballer what do you think thanx scouser phil.

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{Ed001's Note - I would avoid Benzema like the plague, the blackmail incident is the tip of a very nasty iceberg of involvement with gangs in his hometown. He is always in trouble off the pitch.}

22 Apr 2017 13:54:53
Is there really interest in Lacazette? What happens to Origi then? Not sure he would be too happy being 3rd choice CF.

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22 Apr 2017 17:40:18
Ed 1 just out of interest what would be your perfect summer signing wise ins and outs?

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{Ed001's Note - no idea mate. I haven't really given it much thought. Just so long as we improve the team I will be happy, particularly the fullbacks.}

22 Apr 2017 18:11:45
Would you like another rb or just see Trent given more of a chance.

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{Ed001's Note - it really depends on how the lad develops. Right now he should be given more of a chance, but I feel he will end up in midfield long term, so we need a rb for me.}

22 Apr 2017 20:09:11
Funny you say that ed I think he will play on the right side of midfield tomorrow.

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{Ed001's Note - certainly a possibility.}

22 Apr 2017 23:36:00
I'd be content to see a back line next season of.


Sessangon. Lovren Matip Alexander Arnold

Although I see improvement in Mignolet so may see him retain his place longer, depending on rest of this season.

Still it's only a if that Sessangon will be signed, not even sure Fulham would sell or we would pay asking price.

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23 Apr 2017 11:18:21
I forgot to add the other youngster I'd really like us to sign early on in window with Sessenogn would be Brandt. I think these two would really flourish under Klopp and both in my opinion could play from the off in the first team. Maybe more so Sessenogn than Brandt. I think both players are attainable for us and if we got champions league that would help us also.

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23 Apr 2017 12:37:59
Any player who can improve the back line should be considered regardless of age.

We play much better when we have a high defensive line to really squeeze the opposition into making a mistake. therefore our defenders need pace as there is a lot of space left behind the high line.

I think this is why Klaven and Lucas struggled and so did the results as the team unit had to play a lot deeper. It also reduced the attacking threat of the team.

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23 Apr 2017 13:36:09
I'd be happy with sessegnon, has about as much experience as Milner left back and he's been out best full back! If also agree with Alexander Arnold, but like to see a top organiser at CB, help the young ones out! Matip starts with him, lovren and Gomez as back up.
Ideally I'd add a winger for competition, wouldn't see the need for a striker, even if sturridge does go, firmino and origi can play there, and if the new winger is adaptable, hoepfully can cover too if desperate!

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25 Apr 2017 01:24:47
Lovren was woeful at the weekend

He was pulled out of position.

He put so much slice on one clearance that defied the laws of physics.

His distribution is poor and concentration non existent.

Yup you guessed it! we are negotiating a new long term contract for him.

You couldn't make it up.

We're as well to bring back djimi Traeore.

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21 Apr 2017 19:22:40
Evening eds

Don't know if this has been mentioned, but a friend of mine has said that thetes a lot of talk between the Leeds fans that Liverpool have serious interest in Chris wood.

Have you heard anything?


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{Ed025's Note - bloody hell lavers if liverpool are interested in wood then they are scraping the bottom of the barrel mate..

22 Apr 2017 02:13:27
Like reading a 90s version of shoot magazine.

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22 Apr 2017 03:01:54
Some of these rumours at the moment make us look like a side fighting relegation, £8m Andrew Robertson another one today. Hopefully they are all just for clicks.

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23 Apr 2017 15:40:06
He can't see the Woods for the trees .

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21 Apr 2017 09:14:25
Ed02 if you're about . is lacazette or Marco rues a possible option for us? I've listened to the sharkpod and it's a good listen and you're knowledge is much appreciated. I'm not just plucking names out of the air here as we've been on and off for a while been linked with these in the press. I think up top of the field we look great better than most but we need strength in our squad if we do manage champs league and want to try and win domestic league next season? If we got no chance of these 2 do you have a clue where these might end up?

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{Ed002's Note - Possibly and probably not is the answer.

Interest in Lyon's Alexander Lacazette from Newcastle and Inter has long gone. Additionally, whilst Guy Hillion has continued to extol his virtues but there is no support whatesoever from the folks in London for a bid at this time - so prior interest of Chelsea has gone. Barcelona, Atletico, Juventus and Spurs had him watched late last season - but Barcelona had another solution in mind for what they want and will not be following up. Juventus took it no further and moved to hold talks about another player and Spurs purchased Janssen but may still want to add a striker in the summer - but Lacazette may become an option again so I would not totally discount Spurs nor Juve.

West Ham enquired after Lacazette's availability previously and submitted two bids that were rejected - but wages and the lack of desire from the player to move to a club like WHU means that option has probably gone - plus Lacazette will want Champions League football.

Dortmund are continuing to hedge their bets by looking for a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replacement and have watched Lacazette on a couple of occasions.

Arsenal decided that the asking price was too high in the summer and opted, for reasons beyond me, for Lucas Perez. I suspect that they might return in the coming summer when they will be in the market for a striker and Lacazette might well be a good option for them - much will however depend on who the manager is.

He is not first or second choice for PSG but they could potentially turn to him if they fail to bring anyone else in - I think a less likely option.

I am not aware of Liverpool showing any interest in the player recently, but (a) if they look to move Sturridge on (which I think they will), (b) if Liverpool qualify for the Champions League, and (c) if Liverpool have the stomach to pay what will likely be €60M for the player, then Lacazette might well be an option.

Lacazette is a player that Mourinho has looked at from his time at Chelsea, but any interest will depend on what happens with Ibrahimovich. Right now Manchester United have shown no interest.

Lyon are very difficult to negotiate with and they may well see an Gallic shrug in response to any initial bids. Lacazette wants English money and Champions League or Juventus. Lyon will look for at least €10M more for a sale to an English side as they know what they can expect from elsewhere. Two French players who have played in England have been providing advice to Lacazette that it is not essential to move to England immediately, but I suspect he has other ideas now and would welcome a move.

Dortmund would be open to selling Marco Reus this summer as a means of generating funds for what may need to be a major rebuild of the side.Arsenal could be interested as a possible replacement for Sanchez if he was available at a reasonable fee and critically can prove his fitness - which in itself is a major issue (and an on going issue). Bayern is no longer pushing for him and I think are unlikely to look to him again even though there are issues with both of the long-term replacements for Ribery and Robben and Dortmund are reluctant to lose any more players to thems. Real Madrid and Barcelona interest has moved on for now. The interest shown briefly by PSG has gone and it would depend what happens from a head coach stand point whether or not that returns. As with everything there are issues, the one Chelsea identified that made them step back from their interest, whatever the asking price ends up being, and his ability to prove and sustain fitness.}

21 Apr 2017 09:47:06
Hey ed! Could you share some more info about who Bayern's long-term replacements for R&R are? I ask on this page because it might have an impact on Brandt, who is one of our confirmed targets.

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{Ed002's Note - Kingsley Coman and Douglas Costa.}

21 Apr 2017 10:09:53
Wow. Now that's what you call a detailed response. 😋.

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21 Apr 2017 10:48:56
Cracking response ed👍 Didn't expect anything else cheers bud much appreciated. I'll take you're response as their nailed on for us then 😂😉.

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21 Apr 2017 11:43:52
Brilliant response Ed, thanks for the reply

Think Lacazette would be a good option if Sturridge were to leave and complementary to Firmino and Origi as a different sort of player to both of these.

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{Ed002's Note - Don't forget Ings.}

21 Apr 2017 13:26:30
Fair call but he still needs to prove he can recover from some pretty serious injuries. I think going into a potential CL campaign season with just Firmino and Origi and Ings is a big risk (again assuming we sell Sturridge) .

On a related topic, we also clearly need an option to cover for Mane/ Coutinho too, but Firmino can offer that flexibility, so I personally think we should either go for a WF (e. g. Brandt) or a new CF (e. g. Lacazette/ Dembele) depending on how Klopp sees Firmino long term (ie. Is Firmino a full time striker or a part-time false nine? ), but we don't need both.

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21 Apr 2017 14:08:05
Agreed with Zimbo. A wide forward like Brandt/ Williams will give us enough flexibility; Mane I think can also play in the middle, after all. Firmino and Origi with Mane as a cover and hopefully Ings/ youth players for cup games ought to be enough. That said, I really like the growth of Dembele and wouldn't mind seeing him in the club. We are not in a position to offer him regular time though.

Also, if Alex OC comes to the club, he would be able to offer cover both for the Lallana and the wide positions, minimizing the need of "pure" CF even further. I guess we will see.

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22 Apr 2017 09:31:40
Do you think Liverpool could possibly have the stomach to pay 60 million euros?

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22 Apr 2017 11:11:10
Somewhat related, personally from what little I've seen of him to like him do like him as a player. But he has 25 goals in 27, but read 9 were from the penalty spot (which again I don't discount as is a talent to put pens away) but that means in open play has 15 in 27.

Mane has 13 in 27 from playing wide in the BPL which I think shows how good a signing Mane has turned out to be!

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23 Apr 2017 12:45:35
Who for, Robin?

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21 Apr 2017 05:38:45
Good morning all

Eds i've been reading through the posts regarding Sturridge possible suitors and is likely to push for him. My question is his replacement. you mentioned Berbeton, Azmoun and Dembele in the Sharkopod but recently said Azmoun is not keen on a move to Liverpool. Are there any others in the Striker mould we are looking at and has there been any advances on Dembele?

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{Ed002's Note - Moussa Marega was another Liverpool have watched regularly but he is another who won't be making the move as he has extended his loan period. Azmoun was concerned that he would not get game time. Iñaki Williams has also been of interest but it would be a significant risk to pay the very high asking price for such an inexperienced player. Andre Silva and Malcom have been looked at but are similar to Mane. Dembele is attracting a great deal of interest fromelsewhere and has already rejected one transfer as he wants guaranteed game time. Right now there is nothing more.

21 Apr 2017 09:21:30
Ok mate thank you for update I appreciate it.

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{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}

21 Apr 2017 09:47:29
Cheers ed02, you da best.

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{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}

22 Apr 2017 02:35:20
Who is the Berbeton you mention? Can find much on him.

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{Ed002's Note - Ben Brereton is a youngster - try Google.}

20 Apr 2017 19:34:15
Evening all, I doubt Joe Gomez will play again this season ( he'll probably start against palace now and make me look stupid) apart from maybe a cameo now and then, Klopp wants him to have a proper pre season, he's a big part of the plans going forward he'll be pushing lovren and be ahead of Klavan from what I can gather, sturridge looking likely to leave which seems to be common knowledge right now not that he particularly wants too, also Klopp really wants TAA to be a regular 1st team player next season not sure what that means for Clyne but I just know Klopp wants Trent in the team, it could mean nothing as we know he's very versatile.

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20 Apr 2017 20:10:20
Always good to hear your in ST.

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20 Apr 2017 22:17:35
Thanks for the info.

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20 Apr 2017 23:35:51
Boss thanks la.

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21 Apr 2017 02:37:17
I think TAA would make a good RM/ RW. best crosser of the ball I've seen in a Liverpool shirt for a long time. Once players like origi get used to where he is going to put the ball it could be a deadly move. Or maybe klopp is thinking 532 which in my opinion would suit TAA more than clyne.

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21 Apr 2017 04:33:44
TAA is so important to the future of the club but also the future of Klopp. By bringing players like TAA through the ranks it allows Klopp to really build HIS team in his mould and allow him also to say "look at the players I've brought through". There is big focus on this at all clubs but when top clubs can do it, its huge.

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21 Apr 2017 08:26:47
Cheers for the info squareT send Joe our best as always and again thank you for the info much appreciated and great to hear about Joe and Trent.

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21 Apr 2017 11:26:34
Does anyone else see us playing 3 at the back next season

Matip lovren Gomez or hopefully VVD that would be a dre

TAA would be perfect for the Rwb position- Klopp ready said he needs to work on the defending side so playing 3 at the back would allow him to push forward.

Milner and hopefully the Fulham kid also are better attacking.

Hendo Gini can can fight it out for the cm postion

Coutinho postion would not change because he likes to play inside.

Mane can play the other side

Lallana can play any of them 2 postion

Firmino and Origi can also fight it out.

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21 Apr 2017 11:57:32
I think Klopp will continue to play the 4-3-3 but I've noticed that against sides that set a low block and aim to hit on the break, our deep midfielder is increasingly sitting almost between the CBs to create a defacto 3-4-3 and provide a bit more protection against the counterattack.

In more balanced games where possession is 50/ 50 and play frequently switches between attack and defense, he seems to use the high press more and keeps the 4-3-3 or 4-1-4-1 shape to cut down the space.

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21 Apr 2017 15:02:59
Cheers Square Tomato, Surely Gomez will play against Palace seens as all other defenders are injured mate?

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21 Apr 2017 15:20:07
Big game for the lad.
Klopp has said he's been the complete package in training for the last few weeks.
He may know some of Benteke's tricks from earlier training sessions.

I hope Migs and Lovren help and not hinder the lad.

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21 Apr 2017 15:21:34
i would think sturridge wants to play, and he has every right to leave to seek for first team opportunities if he's not getting it here.

ive seen players come ago, and i feel like he genuinely loves the club.

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23 Apr 2017 12:52:10
The thing is that the lad is never fit for long enough to warrant first team opportunities
It must be hard for any manager to plan a team around Sturridge.
The lad has ability by the bucket load but needs a less intense league.

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20 Apr 2017 17:51:42
Hi eds. Was watching the Leicester vs Atletico game the other night and noticed Jose Gimenez looked quite the defender, researched him today and seen a few posts about us rivalling Man Utd to get his signature? Any truth in this or just lazy journalism? Thanks guys.

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{Ed001's Note - lazy and utter bollox. I wish we could get him.}

20 Apr 2017 18:44:06
Fantastic defender as is most of Madrids defences Godin is good, lucas hernandez is quality, savic has built his reputation up a little same as nastasic since leaving city.

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20 Apr 2017 19:36:41
I thought the "lazy and utter bollox" referred to Gimenez!

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{Ed001's Note - no mate. Gimenez is a quality defender.}

21 Apr 2017 12:35:27
Sounds like the Spanish Joe Gomez!

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20 Apr 2017 15:35:24

Have you heard anything about Michael Keane being close too joining us?


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{Ed001's Note - nope. Burnley are making no deals with anyone right now for any of the players they want to keep. If they do survive, then they will not be looking to sell, so it will take a big offer to prize away their players. If by some chance they do go down, then they would be more willing to make a deal for players that have Prem interest. Not because of the money, they are no longer desperate for money.}

20 Apr 2017 15:47:53
What is so special about Keane? Whenever i have sen him play, he gets turned inside out by half decent forwards. Also looks a little slow to react.

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20 Apr 2017 15:56:46
Okey eds,

Thanks for your reply.

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{Ed001's Note - welcome.}

20 Apr 2017 16:57:44
I know you hate these sort of questions but if you had to money on it would you put it on United resign him .

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{Ed001's Note - I would be very surprised if they resigned him, he simply is not that good.}

20 Apr 2017 18:48:16
Thanks ed I save my money.

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{Ed001's Note - I would.}


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