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04 Mar 2017 15:38:34
Anyone else think we will completely demolish arsenal today?
I do, it's almost typical of Liverpool to demolish a top team after a horror show against a relegation threatened team.
1.) 04 Mar 2017 16:23:12
Nah I feel like it will be a close game, narrow win either way or most likely a draw. We won't smash anyone without Henderson anchoring the midfield as we will most likely concede as well.
2.) 04 Mar 2017 16:56:08
Arsenals midfield isn't exactly brilliant though so hendos influence shouldn't be missed as much, who knows anyway, let's just hope the team shows up today.
3.) 04 Mar 2017 18:19:09
Demolished them in the first half anyway.
4.) 04 Mar 2017 20:14:00
I think if Wenger was to play against us like the bottom teams do he'd probably get the win, they just need to park the bus and catch us on the break, they have vastly better players to do this than the teams who've already beaten us this season.
12 Feb 2017 17:22:42
Loved seeing lallana back in the middle, his workrate makes a huge difference there I think.
15 Jan 2017 23:20:45
Just want to say a big shout out for Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Talk about getting chucked in at the deep end, he didn't just hold his own but actually looked really solid and composed for the most part, against man United at old Trafford! Almost scored early on as well.
Sorry Clyne but if I was Klopp I would not be dropping this young lad just yet.
1.) 16 Jan 2017 01:04:04
Couldn't agree more, he came into one of the biggest games of the season, sure made mistakes but who wouldn't at his stage, half of it is nerves. Top talent, Id keep playing the lad.
2.) 16 Jan 2017 01:19:52
Clyne is the incumbent and hasn't done anything to not deserve that. Not least the sparkling shine of the new youth prospect
3.) 16 Jan 2017 01:56:17
I think I was watching a different game. I think he didn't okay. But martial was having his way with TAA in the first half. TAA grew into the game in the 2nd half, not a horrible debut. Certainly better than the 100 million pound man in the other side.
4.) 16 Jan 2017 06:39:03
TAA will learn from yesterday's game and will go on
to become a top player for us.
5.) 16 Jan 2017 09:59:12
I agree an outstanding performance in an exceptionally tough situation but he wasn't perfect either and not sure he'll be displacing Clyne anytime soon. I hope he develops into a better attacking option though (his pass to Coutinho was pure class! ) and that'll see him play games where we need that cutting edge vs. Clynes more solid all round game.
6.) 16 Jan 2017 11:16:53
Have to agree with TjRed, thought it was always going to be tough for him in such a high-pressure environment but he did get run around a lot by Martial. Think he will regret giving Rooney so much respect for the cross that ended in Ibra's goal. You do learn from these moments though and he is young.
7.) 16 Jan 2017 14:01:28
He was clearly targeted early on and agree with TJ he did ok but struggled for the first 30 or so. I wouldn't say outstanding performance, but he didn't look shabby either. a solid game after a shakey start. He wasn't helped being alongside Lovren sadly.
04 Jan 2017 23:18:05
I was thinking if Chelsea won tonight and had that decent points lead coming into the game against us they might just sit back and play for a draw/ not to lose.
With a closer gap (hopfully) they might have a go and the game will be more open.
1.) 05 Jan 2017 00:15:34
5pts is still big enough gap to park bus against us. Hope they screw up again before meeting us.
2.) 05 Jan 2017 03:12:08
One game at a time, Leek.
3.) 05 Jan 2017 07:20:37
They have 49 points on the booars and if they win at least 14 off their next 18 games they will get 91 points good enough for the title. We bottled it with our draws against the minnows.
4.) 05 Jan 2017 08:29:46
Anyone who thinks there are minnows in the EPL is both disrespectful and deluded. To accuse our players of bottling anything is way, way off the mark. There are no easy games. Top 4 was the target at the start of the season, and we are on course for that. We are still developing as a side. We play one game at a time, always focusing on winning that game, this is the Klopp way and the only way.
So, we should be focused on Plymouth and the FA cup. Looking forward to seeing some of the younger players (Stewart, Woodburn, TAA) given a chance.
5.) 05 Jan 2017 09:13:15
Top 4 was never the target and I did not hear anything such from FSG as some people are pretending here. They always wanted the title and I believe they have spend enough to win one. There is no disrespect to any club but if you want to win the title you should be winning games against sunderland who are sure and certain to get relegated.
6.) 05 Jan 2017 09:46:27
How the hell have they spent enough. Look at United Chelsea city spent . We spent nave in thr summer. We be lucky to finish in the top 4.
7.) 05 Jan 2017 12:33:04
Harry your so negative mate. Sunderland are fighting for survival and it was never going to be a walk in the park. Chelsea will drop more points along the way, as will we. There's plenty of games left and they are yet to come to anfield. Have some belief, you post multiple daily messages and I can't remember reading a positive one. unless it's how good Chelsea are, or Spurs are. how goid kivacic is 😉. head up mate, enjoy the ride!
8.) 05 Jan 2017 13:19:29
A Negative person will never be satisfied over a loss. I am one of the most positive out there who believe this team could go a long way and not just Top4. The positive one is we will beat UTD in two weeks time.
9.) 05 Jan 2017 15:23:15
Welsh is spot on. He described Harry perfectly. There is never a middle ground with him. It`s always "we are useless, Klopp lost to Seville, Klopp should have done this or that, we should play like Chelsea or Barcelona or Spurs or we should sign or have our players play like "insert non LFC player here".
"We bottled the PL by drawing vs minnows". What the heck are you on about? Is the PL over? Is the season over cos the last time I checked, there was 18 games left (54 points left to play for)? It seems you are only interested in the negatives so to you, being second in a season where many on here and the media thought we`d be lucky to get 5th, is not enough progress in your eyes? You don`t want us to win the PL more than anyone else on these boards so stop acting like you are more ambitious than the rest of us just cos we disagree with you on our level of progress as a club.
You are free to moan about whatever you want BUT don`t expect the rest of us to just lay low and agree with you. we are second 5 points behind Chelsea with half a season to go. Those are the facts and no amount of moaning, ifs, buts or whatever, will change them. If we win the PL, great. We don`t and get CL, fine. And yes, Klopp wants to win every game he plays including at OT.
01 Jan 2017 15:29:06
Would like to open the Milner debate again if that's ok.
Now I was one of the dumbfounded ones who thought Klopp had lost his mind by deciding Milner should be our left back this season, I'm happy to not only been proved wrong but made to look completely stupid, so well done Milner and Klopp, that's why your on stupid wages I suppose.
I'm just wondering though, would Milner make an even better right back than a left back?
He's doing an amazing job and I'm not suggesting changing what's working, just asking everyone's opinion, on the one hand if Milner was on the right he would be even more effective with his attacking and crossing especially, but does him being on the left give him discipline, make him concentrate more and make him more defensively sound? I remember glen Johnson looking a lot better on the left than the right because he was out his comfort zone and needed to concentrate more.
I'm only asking as Milner in my eyes is a much better player than clyne and I wonder if he could take his place in the team if we where to target a new left back, or would you keep Milner there and target a new right back?
1.) 01 Jan 2017 15:39:28
Couldn't argee more mate.
2.) 01 Jan 2017 15:51:13
Personally I would leave Milner where he is. we have back up there with Moreno. With clyne I think is place will go to Trent sooner rather than later. We have four c backs. The goalkeepers I am also be happy with as the competition will improve both. Happy with midfielders and forwards also so I'm hoping we don't buy a player just for the squad as we also have some talented youngsters. Obviously if we sell anyone that changes things.
3.) 01 Jan 2017 16:43:49
Been saying the same thing for weeks Mikey, as it stands neither milner nor Clyne get to the byline very often, due to weak left foot for Milly and a lack of confidence I believe for clyne.
However it's working so I guess better leave well enough alone.
4.) 01 Jan 2017 17:30:45
Clyne has been superb these last 4 games.
Has been solid and looked a threat going forward.
Some people always need to be negative.
5.) 01 Jan 2017 18:26:53
In Clyne we have one of the best RBs in the league. If it's not broken don't fix it is my theory.
Chuck Milly in goal let see how he does 😂. Although in seriousness if Milner isn't playing LB does he get into the team? I would like to think yes but where would he fit in?
6.) 01 Jan 2017 18:20:18
Can't say I agree Clyne looks great going forward, he still can't ross for toffee, I'll also wait and see how he gets on without mane, who takes 2 opposition player with him everytime.
We still have 2 fullbacks on loan as well.
Milner is playing very well atm, his positioning is excellent. I'm still frustrated by his constant need to put the ball back onto his right foot, its very predictable. If he starts crossing with his left foot, he could really trouble defenses.
If we were to sell flanno and wisdom tomorrow, I;d still consider our fullback positions weak. Moreno improved in the 1 game is aw where he filled in, Clyne for me is not a long terms solution to an ambitious team. It's a lot of pressure on TAA to ask him to step in at such an early age.
7.) 02 Jan 2017 00:20:20
Milner was man of the match last night.
28 Mar 2017 10:10:35
It's unlikely Liverpool would be able to afford him if he played somewhere else and we wanted him now.
24 Mar 2017 19:06:51
i don't think Suso would see it as a mistake.
14 Mar 2017 18:28:44
Thanks once again ed002.
11 Mar 2017 01:14:11
Not for me thanks.
08 Mar 2017 21:52:17
£15-18m max I would say.
Too much of a risk for most clubs.
Unless he goes to China.
27 Mar 2017 12:04:11
With Mane as our only player that gives us any real width and pace on the wings I do think we need a left winger yeah, doesn't have to be a massively priced one, just someone who can get down the wings, chuck in crosses and maybe take corners as well, it will make the world of difference, especially when Mane is out.
Not sure I would want to play coutinho in midfield though, unless Klopp has a plan to change the formation.
23 Mar 2017 19:22:10
Make him our goalkeeper coach, migs might even become world class lol.
22 Mar 2017 22:19:22
Shouldn't expect anything from them games really.
22 Mar 2017 00:56:36
Errrm maybe he wanted a dream move to Columbia? ;)
21 Mar 2017 12:08:56
I'm sure if you googled it you would find out why he left.