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26 Nov 2014 18:43:22
Team: Mignolet, Manquillo, Skrtel, Toure, Johnson, Lucas, Gerrard, Allen, Henderson, Sterling, Lambert

Be interesting to see how Gerrard and Lucas are deployed. I'm assuming it'll be a diamond with Gerrard at the tip and Lucas at the base, but I'm worried that it'll be both of them as DMs which didn't exactly work against West Ham.

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07 Jul 2018 21:21:51
A couple of Irish websites starting to link us with Gavin Bazunu. 16 year old goalie who's just broken into the Shamrock Rovers first team. Played 4 games so far and has 4 clean sheets, and a couple of eye catching saves to his name. Achterberg apparently went to look at him.

That rumour will probably make it's way to the English media in the next week.

Idk, if a 16 year old kid is at a club, playing well for them and is having his schooling paid for, I reckon he should be left there for a while.

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{Ed002's Note - This was dealt with here last week.}


1.) 07 Jul 2018 21:37:24
Apologies, Ed. Wasn't around much last week.


 

 

26 May 2018 21:44:04
Well, potentially 30+m for Butland is looking like a much better idea than it was at 7 o clock today.

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1.) 26 May 2018 21:52:09
Man we didn't lose because of Ramos hurting Salah we lose because of Karius being not good enough! 1 mistake ok move on but man he didn't save when mattered.


2.) 26 May 2018 22:01:19
If we're going to buy a keeper, break the bank and get Alisson Becker. We need to be able to rely on our keeper and we haven't been able to do that since Reina.

I feel for Karius though, unfortunately for him, that match will be his legacy.


3.) 26 May 2018 22:35:50
I think the goal keeper coach needs shipping out too tbh happening way to much with our keepers over the last few years.


 

 

04 Apr 2018 19:35:19
For all our nerves about Sane and City exposing Alexander-Arnold, I note that City have Laporte, a centre back, at left full against Salah.

That flank could be an avenue for us too.

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1.) 04 Apr 2018 21:45:02
TAA was excellent against one of the best wingers in world football.

{Ed0333's Note - yes he was


2.) 04 Apr 2018 22:36:34
TAA’s going to get home to find an Afro sticking out of his pocket. Great performance tonight by everyone but especially happy for Trent after the stick he’s had recently.


3.) 04 Apr 2018 23:24:46
Sane tho a very talented player, ran up against a player just as talented as he is and to crown it all, he got shut down by a player who is not even a defender or a FB.


 

 

14 Jan 2018 15:04:16
Karius in goal.

Is Migs' reign as no. 1 finally over, or is Klopp just toying with his keepers again?

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05 Jan 2018 22:28:27
Klopp: "It was a similar situation [to the penalty against Liverpool for Everton last month], the first one was no penalty in my opinion and this one wasn't also. It's the same. There is contact and the referee used his whistle. Exactly the same situation.

Meanwhile Allardyce says it wasn't a pen cos it was given against him this time and complains about the referee being pro-Liverpool despite the fact that Holgate wasn't booked and Rooney didn't get a second yellow for fouling Can.

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1.) 05 Jan 2018 22:43:49
Fat Sam is just Fat Sam no words for him.


2.) 05 Jan 2018 22:57:13
Credit to Klopp for saying what he said. I didn’t think Everton’s penalty against us was a penalty and I don’t think ours tonight was a penalty. Both very soft penalties. Either way though I’m happy we’ve got the win and are into the next round, hopefully we can go far in this comp. would love to win it as we’re crying out for some silverware. YNWA.


3.) 05 Jan 2018 23:21:22
I don’t like seeing them given but there is contact and so a penalty, but same as hazards against aresneal and the Everton own against us. If it wa sup to me, no penalty but as per the law? Yes.

{Ed025's Note - i cant argue with that mate, it does seem to be becoming a non-contact sport though JBLP which is ruining the game imo..


4.) 05 Jan 2018 23:44:13
Klopp was right and honest. He is a truly honorable man who told the truth, IMO. Both were NEVER penalties. However, the one who ended up with lots of eggs on his face is Big Scam. Remember, Big Scam after the last derby, "A soft penalty does not exist. It is either a penalty or not". Well, how the tables have turned. I knew he would regret that statement and tho I did not know it would happen in this game, I'm just happy it did and the fact that Scam is moaning is just priceless.


5.) 05 Jan 2018 23:52:39
There are words Alonso but they would rightly be filtered out on the site 😁.


6.) 06 Jan 2018 12:09:01
After watching Arsenal v Chelsea and the Chelsea pen every pundit said it was a pen Alan Brazil said on talk sport in the rules minimal contact in the area warrants a pen so Evertons pen in first game and LFC tonight were minimal contact a pen if it is good enough for hazard it is good enough for us two teams.


 

 

 

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11 Feb 2019 17:59:48
Worse still, the reports say the £400k is his basic salary. I assumed it included a MASSIVE signing on fee averaged out over the life on the contract, that he was able to negotiate because he was on a "free" transfer. I hope the reports are wrong in that regard.

Basically they've done the equivalent of paying a £40m transfer fee for Ramsey and then paying him £200k a week. I suppose it's not completely insane in the current market, but compare Ramsey to Fabinho and it doesn't really strike me as a great idea. And that's before they've paid his agent or any performance bonuses.

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14 Dec 2018 18:25:31
Clyne won't be taxed defensively against Man U, so I'm not worried about that. It's habit of not playing any pass other than a simple 10 yard infield one that worries me.

It's also really cute that 25 still thinks Andre Gomes had any influence on that game at all. (Well, apart from missing his side's best chance. ) Tidy? Yeah. Actually effective? Not on that day at least.

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{Ed025's Note - but you are blind to anything that is not red SR, he was the best player on the park that day by a country mile mate, but there is none so blind as those who dont want to see..


 

 

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15 Nov 2018 18:41:34
Walkon, you don't run a car dealership anywhere do you? Cos I'd like to swap a 14 year old MG for a new Merc.

Joking aside, I don't want to be down on our own players, but it doesn't make much sense that Fulham would want Matip. They need a solid defender and leader at the back. Matip isn't really that player, he's arguably better with the ball than without it.

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15 Oct 2018 20:05:16
Wrist or hand injury I heard.

Did he miss the wife that much on international duty?

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{Ed025's Note - love it SR..


 

 

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30 Sep 2018 12:13:33
Maybe I'm in the minority, but I wouldn't describe him as "poor".

The final ball and finish is missing atm, but his link up play is still good, his movement is good, his pace still terrifies defenders, he isn't hiding from the ball. I thought in the first half yesterday he played far better than either Mane or Firmino and was surprised when he was subbed after 65 minutes. He's not playing badly, it's just the finish is missing. That can happen to players for periods, it's not a major disaster.

He will start scoring again.

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17 Feb 2019 12:55:50
What really got me about Keane in the Ireland job was the hypocrisy. I knew the man was an idiot and a bully, but I thought he at least had some degree of principle about how football should be played.

He was a poor enough manager in his own right, but he at least tried to have his teams play football. His big downfall seemed to be his inability to understand why Championship players couldn't play like him and Paul Scholes at their peaks if he shouted at them enough.

But with O'Neill, he sat there acting as the attack dog for a manager serving up the most negative, turgid, mis-shapen, disorganised crap I've ever seen from a football team anywhere (I really cannot put into to words how bad a game of football the 0-0 away draw with Denmark was, for example. Two pub teams playing on a bog the day after a triple 21st birthday celebration would've been ashamed of it) . Had he been in the dressing room as a player he'd have probably walked out on the squad in a huff. But he was happy to get a fat paycheck from the FAI to enable it as Assistant Manager.

And then to boot, after he's sacked, he comes back as a pundit spitting poison at teams who are 10 times better than anything Ireland served up while he was there.

Just a very poor quality bloke all round really.

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16 Feb 2019 19:48:07
Actually now that I think of it, didn't O'Neill's Celtic side dump us out of the UEFA Cup in 2003 (the only thing memorable about that for us was the discovery of the rare Senagalese Spitting Cobra) and then went on to the final that year?

Could've been why some people were going for O'Neill.

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16 Feb 2019 19:45:01
So was Alan Curbishley.

O'Neill spectacularly went to pieces in his last two years as Ireland manager. It wasn't just long ball or direct football, it ended up as "absolutely no football whatsoever". I don't expect an Ireland manager to try and have the Boys in Green try and pass their way around Germany or France, or even teams like Denmark who aren't exactly world class, but have a little extra that we don't.

But halfway through the 2018 World Cup campaign (at one point, Ireland led the group with a respectable away draw to Serbia and a win against Austria), we went away to Georgia, we scored early and then sat back and invited them onto us. It was Georgia. Not Brazil. We should've been able to play some bit of football against them, but once we were a goal up we didn't even try. Sure enough they equalised we drew the match and things kinda nosedived from there. I suspect Roy Keane's 'impact' on the squad was taking away from the only good thing O'Neill could do: motivate the players.

And then there was his fascination with changing the formation every other match, and putting Cyrus Christie and James McClean in every position but their best ones (admittedly in which they weren't brilliant in anyway) .

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15 Feb 2019 21:50:57
You could stop writing anything about Martin O'Neill after about 2003 and just complete the profile with "thereafter he never moved on and is now a footballing dinosaur that makes Houllier look like an attacking manager"?

Michael O'Neill's achievements with Shamrock Rovers in the LOI looked very good, until Stephen Kenny's Dundalk came along and showed you could try and play actual football in Europe and get much the same outcome as turtling up and hoping to bore the opposition to submission as O'Neill had done. (And Fenlon, Richardson, Doolin, etc. had before him) .

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15 Feb 2019 16:42:47
Fab is next in line for CB.

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