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29 jul 2018 15:59:30
liverpool have accepted a £3.5million offer from rosenborg for pedro chirivella.


1.) 30 Jul 2018 15:42:29
With a buyback option for the first 3 years. That's a key part of the deal.



06 Jun 2018 20:32:43
Graham Beecroft who I've always found pretty reliable has just said Shaqiri def not being looked at by Liverpool and we aren't after Butland anymore either.

Make of that what you will during the transfer window silly season.


1.) 06 Jun 2018 20:59:07
Make of it what you will- It would make the window bloody marvellous if we are not looking at signing relegation fodder.

2.) 06 Jun 2018 21:07:51
I like Beecy, seems to know what he’s talking about.

3.) 06 Jun 2018 21:11:36
Like Andy Robertson you mean?

{Ed025's Note - good point dexter..

4.) 06 Jun 2018 21:39:51
Ive always thought he just reads the echo and relays whatever that says . I hope this time he's correct though.

5.) 06 Jun 2018 21:46:19
Mellissa and Paul Joyce claims we are definitely after him! Lol nobody knows what’s happening around.

6.) 06 Jun 2018 21:52:58
I wouldn’t mind Shaqiri at all for 12 million was stokes best player by a mile last year and he’s good cover. God forbid though we stay well clear of Butland.

7.) 06 Jun 2018 22:47:11
Shaqiri has an attitude probelm. doesn't even take the itk to see that. Just watch motd. he's not a player that we require. he's good for 10 games a season tops.

8.) 06 Jun 2018 22:46:08
Good enough player for back up, the sort of player Chelsea have had on their bench for years. I don’t know about the rest of what he might bring as to whether it would be a good idea or not though.

9.) 07 Jun 2018 01:14:06
shaqiris a klopp player. too lazy but klopp can figure that out. scores freekicks and outside of box like couts used to do when teams sat back. I thought he should have signed last year along with mertiens. Good squad not first team but squad.

10.) 07 Jun 2018 01:16:00
From all accounts about his personality, he would moan and whinge constantly if he was a bench player. Also, could you imagine him working for the team, pressing, I can’t. Avoid at all costs!

11.) 07 Jun 2018 03:56:21
I’d rather we got Fekir (who can also cover wide), Alisson and then get someone like Moses Simon who’s young and may improve, and let him and Wilson be the backup options out wide.

We don’t need a Prima Donna like Shaqiri in the dressing room when he’s not good enough to start.

12.) 07 Jun 2018 05:51:25
All these Stoke players are smokescreens for the real target, the return of Peter Crouch.

13.) 07 Jun 2018 06:22:27
The best thing to come out of all this is that Liverpool are starting to tighten up and do their business behind closed doors and are keeping it under wraps for as long as possible.

That’s a good thing and can only result in lower fees and less competition.



31 Aug 2017 18:23:01
Ballague just stated live on Sly 6.22pm that Couts is not being sold even if Barcelona raise their offer to 150m/ 160m euros.

Most expensive U23s player ever? :)


1.) 31 Aug 2017 18:32:16
Maybe if he was under 23.

2.) 31 Aug 2017 18:44:25
In the U23 league, 3 players over the age of 23 can be play at the same time in the team.

3.) 31 Aug 2017 18:51:24
Firmane, I think he is referencing coutinho playing in the u23 squad, not that he is under the age of 23.

4.) 31 Aug 2017 18:53:56
Haha. I think it's more to do with the fact he's refused to play first team football and to be named in our champions league squad so he will end up in reserves/ und23 team.

5.) 31 Aug 2017 18:58:57
He might be dropped for a game or two, but unlikely to be much more in it then that. Same with VVD at Soton.

6.) 31 Aug 2017 19:00:54
Ed002 has given enough hint, he is gone.

7.) 31 Aug 2017 19:43:26
He doesn't deserve a route back to the first team. If he does then it's hardly fair when you consider the punishment that Sakho received. For arguably lesser indiscretions.

8.) 31 Aug 2017 21:05:56
What's he actually done? Not refused to play for us, just requested a move to the club all South Americans want to end up at.

Has given his all for us since he arrived and if we don't sell him we should be welcoming him back and be greatful for having such a talent playing for our great club. And owners that had the balls to resist the massive money on offer.

9.) 31 Aug 2017 21:36:16
Beddoe, he has actually refused to play, he had feigned injury and illness, yet was well enough to make himself available for Brazil and be selected, he's told the club that he doesn't want to be in the champions league squad and he's been putting word around that he doesn't get on with Klopp to create disharmony in the squad. Now you tell me that any of that is acceptable? He shouldn't even be selected for the u23's. Frankly, training with the youth team is an insult to the youth team.




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09 Aug 2018 12:57:27
Currently on holiday in a town called Javea in Spain. On the beach this morning minding my own business when none other than towering ex Watford centre forward Ross Jenkins sat near me having paid for one of those fancy sun beds with the grass umbrellas that only rich people hire. Ross played in the same team as John Barnes in the 80s and are still great mates. So I couldn't help but over hear Ross saying that John told him at a BBQ the night before at lifelong friends who live nearby in a town called Denia that "Liverpool fans can expect at least one more signing before the summer transfer window shuts in 2019."



1.) 09 Aug 2018 13:25:50
10/ 10 mate!

2.) 09 Aug 2018 13:34:15
Wait a minute, the sea in Javea is pushing towards high tide at mid morning so why would anyone be going to the beach when it was just starting to disappear?

And hang just one second, Denia is a small port town which is very densely populated with very few open or green spaces until you reach Santa Paula, so where were these people even hosting their BBQ?!

And hold on just a damn phone, how would you even recognise a player who was of middling importance to a lower league team in the 80s and has had a very limited public profile for over 30 years?!?!

Are you sure this didn't all take place at burger king? Cause I smell a whopper!

(only kidding mate but I think unless Salah's care gets struck by lightning which welds him inside forever, we are done for the window)

3.) 09 Aug 2018 13:36:18
So preposterous it can only be true surely?

4.) 09 Aug 2018 13:42:09
Well it is only a year away, so very likely.

5.) 09 Aug 2018 13:50:13
10/ 10 for effort.

6.) 09 Aug 2018 14:03:03
Hijkle - your local knowledge is impressive however you should have realised that the sea is always ‘in’ at the beach end of javea and why it is popular with bathers and swimmers a like. Also Denia is less populated towards the bottom of Montgo mountain so BBQs are more common though a fire hazard for sure. Finally, my dad used to take me to Watford games in the 80s and Ross is very tall with a distinctive pony tail so easy to spot.

Finally, as a hint please read the final line as there is a clue you’ve missed. :)

7.) 09 Aug 2018 14:05:21
Thanks MK and Beef and well done Mikey.

8.) 09 Aug 2018 16:02:55
Tbh 1jj, my local knowledge was entirely built from what should have been a day long car trip from Valencia to Alicante that turned into three when our car caught fire in the heat (our fault, we knew the engine was dodgy) not far from Denia and we needed to source a new one. Not much time for beach sadly, did always mean to go back though, I just keep ending up in the wrong corner of Spain now.

I have also now got the joke as well ;)

9.) 09 Aug 2018 16:48:20
He means he was in Skeggy and a taxi driver told him all that. He's just embellished it - a little.

10.) 09 Aug 2018 17:04:11
Coincidentally I happen to live about 10 miles inland of both Javea and Denia - little village called Orba.

No rumours to report from here.



20 Jul 2018 19:29:00
Everton possibly buying Richarlison for £50m - where does this money madness stop? I've seen him live a number of times and he can hardly hit a barn door!

Maybe I'll come out of retirement and someone can sign me - just £1m will do (a real bargain) 😂.


1.) 20 Jul 2018 19:37:07
I winced when we paid £75 mil for VVD and £67mil for Allison but at least we know what we are getting. £50mil for Richarlison is absolute madness considering how inconsistent he is.

2.) 20 Jul 2018 19:53:34
I'm sure that Watford have raised the price because it is Everton. Silva clearly liked him from working with him at Watford and is happy to pay for him. I thought he was very good last season up until Christmas and then terrible after.

3.) 20 Jul 2018 20:03:39
I find this highly amusing and they are the ones saying we got robbed in the Alisson deal lol you can't make it up!

4.) 20 Jul 2018 20:07:46

5.) 20 Jul 2018 20:10:53
Salah, you were far better value for money.

6.) 20 Jul 2018 20:21:56
Cheers FMS, I was a bit of a bargain wasn't I mate ;) .



03 Jul 2018 09:46:22
I saw a debate about whether Origi or solanke are better at this stage. Having watched Belgium and the impact that Fellaini had last night (and numerous times he's saved manu) the one extra thing Solanke has is the Plan B option with a target man who is good in the air.

I think solanke is more than just that but there have been and will be numerous occasions where we need to do something different to win or even draw games and he is the best option we have at the moment IMO.


1.) 03 Jul 2018 09:56:39
He’s not been that affective in the air though Solanke, he can’t dominate defenders like he did in the youth ranks.

2.) 03 Jul 2018 10:24:40
Hi cobra - clearly he isn’t going to be as good against some of the best defenders in the world versus kids however he is our best option (and I think he is still pretty strong in the air from what I’ve seen and better than Origi at that) .

3.) 03 Jul 2018 10:24:40
Hi cobra - clearly he isn’t going to be as good against some of the best defenders in the world versus kids however he is our best option (and I think he is still pretty strong in the air from what I’ve seen and better than Origi at that) .

4.) 03 Jul 2018 10:47:13
Considering it was Solanke's first season in a senior top 5 European division, and he only got about 800 minutes of game time, I think he did really well.

His best momemts for me were against Everton where he was unlucky not to score, West Brom where he had a goal disallowed, Palace where he created Mane's late winner, Stoke where he created the opening goal that changed the game, Chelsea when he came off the bench and had more attempts on goals than the front 3 mustered all game, and of course the Brighton game where he broke his duck with a stunner and was arguably in contention for man of the match.

Of course he has been inconsistent, but He's never had an unbroken run in the team and was only 19 last season. Origi and Solanke are different players though. Origi is the better goalscorer and has the pace to play out wide, but Solanke is the better all around striker with his creativity, movement and hold up play.

I personally think Origi will leave for first team football (as last i checked he's nearly 23) and we'll go into next season with Firmino, Solanke and Brewster as the first team strikers. If you want to keep the best young talent, you have to trust them. Solanke and Brewster are two of the best u21 strikers in English football but without game time they'll just end up on the scrap heap.

5.) 03 Jul 2018 12:14:43
I hope that Brewster and Solanke hey some time and also some patience from us.

6.) 03 Jul 2018 12:22:10
When you say scrap heap Adam, you surely don't mean Goodison, do you?

7.) 03 Jul 2018 12:59:31
Doesn’t Origi see himself as more of a wide forward or winger than a striker? I’m sure he said something along those lines in an interview, although it was a few years back, so maybe he has changed his mind. My point is that both could have a role to play from the bench next season and I would like to see both get some game time.

8.) 03 Jul 2018 13:37:03
I agree on giving Solanke opportunities to improve and he could become a priced asset for the club. However, he was found wanting in a few areas last season. I thought his touches were too heavy often. And I don't agree that Solanke had a good game against Everton. It was a game where we probably had 80% or more of the possession for 3 quarters of the game and considering the numbers of times we raided their box, I don't remember much of note from Solanke that game. Also, I disagree that he 'created' Mane's late winner against crystal palace. Solanke tried to control the ball unsuccessfully and deflected off a defender's foot and fell to Mane who slotted it home.

Origi, before the injury caused by Funes Mori was actually leading our lines for a good few matches and was scoring all kind of goals. That incident really pegged him back and he never seemed to recover from the setback. But he has potential and I still think he could play a part if he is not hell bent on First Team football. Again, just my pov.

9.) 03 Jul 2018 14:01:37
Das, that's fair enough mate but I have to disagree. From my perspective though, Solanke was a huge part of us dominating Everton. He occupied their defenders and was heavily involved in the build up play. If he had the composure to finish off the chance that fell to him it would've crowned his performance. Composure will come with experience and confidence.

The Crystal Palace goal I think you have done Solanke an injustice with your description. Solanke won back possession high up the pitch with a bit of aggressive pressing and it fell to Mane who scored. The fact is that if Solanke hadn't won the ball back 20 yards from goal, we'd have drawn that game otherwise awful game 0-0. It doesn't always have to be pretty but Solanke made an impact, no question.

I agree with you that Origi looked good at about 20 years old, but he has allowed himself to regress. Flanagan looked good at 20 years old and now he is off to retire early in Scotland! Origi won't fall that far from grace, but he hasn't improved at all in 2 years and that is not good enough. Solanke is on an upward trajectory and Origi, sadly isn't anymore. He should go back to Europe to rebuild his reputation because he has the talent but he has let his levels drop in recent years.

10.) 03 Jul 2018 14:12:33
Nah Zed, Goodison isn’t a scrap heap. That would imply the players had some value in the first place. 😉.

11.) 03 Jul 2018 14:31:42
Fair point on the Everton game, MK. I watched it on Tele and it is not always the best platform to judge a player's impact on a game.

However, I stick to mine on the Palace assist :) We expect strikers to go for the ball near the opponent's box at home always and more so with our style of play. I am sorry, I cannot yet attribute this to Solanke.

I agree with your point that Solanke is on an upward trajectory and I am not sure if Origi should be given more opportunities or let go. I concur, he probably hasn't shown enough evidence of progress in the last 2 years. I just feel he gave us more moments of quality when he was at the peak of his powers over Solanke so far. But hopefully this will change this season. Firmino, Solanke and Brewster definitely does not look bad on paper.

12.) 03 Jul 2018 14:54:28
No worries Das, it is a game of opinions and I have to say I appreciate the fact you've had a civil debate with me! That's rare on the internet!

You are not wrong to say Origi has given us more so far. Next season is very important for Solanke. He'll be 20/ 21 years old and as we saw with Origi in his first year, it is very much possible to get 5-10 goals at that age, even as a rotation player. Solanke has to show Klopp he has learned from his first season.

It is much harder for a player like Solanke to move up to senior level. Origi has pace and that is a trait which carries through to any level or age category. Solanke's game is built on intelligence and strength though and as we know, senior defenders are much more experienced and far more physical. So it's a harsh learning curve for young strikers like Solanke.

Like you say; Firmino, Solanke and Brewster doesn't look bad on paper. I wouldn't be against keeping Origi but I don't think it is what's best for him as a player.

13.) 03 Jul 2018 15:56:00
Has Solanke put a bit of beef on, do you think MKS?
Muscle, i mean, not Wayne Rooney Big Mac beef.
I thought he looked over-bulked up, and it's limited his mobility as a result?

14.) 03 Jul 2018 16:04:12
I'm glad to agree with MK whose opinion I highly respect. I totally agree about solanke. The only thing he lacked was a touch of composure. The lad certainly has it in his locker but I just think he was so eager to prove himself he just didn't get it in the net. He hit the woodwork what? 3,4 times. He is capable of being a plan b but also has the pace and movement of a high class centre forward. He can score from outside the area as we saw in Pre season. Its easy to forget he is only 19! I'd like to see solanke get a run, hopefully we go far in the league Cup coz it could be a great platform for him.

442 is coming back and it would be good to see Firmino and solanke spearhead our attack.

I do like origi and I was gutted when he went on loan but he doesn't have that touch of class that solanke has and I would rather give the youngsters a chance coz we have 3 of the best in the country.

15.) 03 Jul 2018 19:35:14
Nah, MK. Not for me. Because one wants someone to be better than someone else does NOT mean he is and that is what I am seeing here. Many may want Solanke to be better than Origi YET the evidence on show does not bear that out and neither do the numbers. Solanke and Origi are not in the same league as in, Solanke is not in Origi's league yet. I know he did not get as much time as Origi did when he first arrived BUT if you compare the stats, Origi scored 11 goals in his first season while Solanke scored well, one.

IMO, Origi has all the tools you need to be a top CF. Pace, power, aerial ability (tho he can improve on this), superior dribbling ability and has a powerful shot on him. These are the traits we all saw when he bullied Hummels vs BVB in both games as a 19 yr old (same age as Dom when he came to us), bullied the big bad Stoke defenders and scored a brace, terrorized Everton for fun and the list goes on. I also seem to remember many of us salivating about Origi's potential of being Klopp's new Robert Lewandowski as he has all the fundamental tools Lewandowski possesses. IMO, that player is still there and he can still do a job provided he can put it together.

Even In his second season, he scored another 11 goals while being 3rd choice striker behind Studge. Again, I don't see Dom doing all the above yet so until he does all I mentioned and has the same nos. as Origi has, he will never be better than him. There is NO way I can be convinced that a player who has NOT produced at the highest level (Origi also scored in a 2014 WC and kept Lukaku out of the team), scored goals for us as 3rd choice, is inferior to a 19 yr old rookie who has proven NOTHING at the same level Origi has. Sorry MK and others, that dog ain't going to hunt.

16.) 03 Jul 2018 22:45:26
I'd have to go with BRover here. Without going into a lengthy essay, I disagree with the opinion that Solanke is better than Origi. Without nitpicking and going into the fine (and totally subjective) details, I would go with Origi as the first backup to Firmino.

17.) 03 Jul 2018 22:53:00
Non sensical answer, Andy Cole had scored more goals than Micheal Owen when Owen was still a kid. Doesn't mean he was better. Origi has had decent runs that solanke hasn't had, it's that simple. Origi got his shot coz of injury. Like I said, I like origi but to put him in the same sentence as lewandowski is ridiculous. As has been said over and over, origi's highlights happened 2/ 3 seasons ago. No one is claiming solanke has done more, how could he? He has only been in the senior team for one season. We saw the best of him in Pre season when he was brilliant and his goal against Brighton showed his class when given 90 minutes.

Again, I like origi but solanke has more potential.

18.) 04 Jul 2018 09:35:24
Agree with BR and ArAy.

Origi has shown much more than Solanke who looked lost when he came on for us last season.



19 Jun 2018 20:22:43
On the plus side of Egypt's early exit Salah will now have a nice long summer to rest and recover from injury and get ready to hit another 40+ goals for us next season!


1.) 19 Jun 2018 20:58:02
If Salah even scores 25 goals next season, I would be chuffed to bits.



19 Jun 2018 12:21:39
Full on knee jerk 20 minute World Cup cameo.

Loftus-Cheek anyone? 😄.


1.) 19 Jun 2018 12:36:52
The only other time I've watched him was against Germany and he was excellent that day. Not sure where he'd fit in our squad but I think he'll end up at a competitive club, Chelsea should give him a chance.

2.) 19 Jun 2018 12:45:41
Reminded me of Emre Can when he first signed. Terrible at keeping the ball under control on the run, and ran down blind alleys with his head down. He has a great first touch and when he gets his head up his passing is very good. I'm not sure he is an upgrade on Wijnaldum, Lallana, Milner, Keita or Chamberlain on the side of the midfield three.

3.) 19 Jun 2018 12:52:06
Nah not for me.

4.) 19 Jun 2018 12:54:28
Give us a bit more height against hoofball merchants - like ManU 🤣.

5.) 19 Jun 2018 13:06:01
Really, Loftus-Cheek in the same sentence as Wijnaldum, Lallana, Milner, Keita and Chamberlain would only be okay if was underlining how bad he is, compared to the others menitoned.

6.) 19 Jun 2018 13:14:27
RLC is streets ahead of Wiji and Milner.

7.) 19 Jun 2018 13:36:36
Only player I've not really seen before and have been impressed by in this tournament so far was one of the south Korean CB's, Kim Young-gwon. I thought his positional play was exceptional all game against Sweden when his partner kept going off for a little walk, put his body on the line for the team and generally played an excellent game. Looking forward to watching him in the next game now.

8.) 19 Jun 2018 13:41:59
Putney, those two players were part of the team that knocked Roma and Man City out of the Champions League. They are good players. If RLC is streets ahead he must be at least top class? Which begs the question, why Can't he get into a torrid Chelsea midfield ahead of only decebt players like Fabregas, Bakayoko, Barkley or Drinkwater 🤔

I usually agree with you mate, and I appreciate RLC has a lot of potential, but he wouldn't even make our bench if everyone was fit, in my opinion. Milner creates way more goals, yltakes better set pieces and presses better. Gini is miles better at protecting the ball, scores more, creates more and is by far superior tactically.

There is a tendency every transfer window to crave change for changes sake. RLC is flavour of the month but in truth he only made the England squad because Chamberlain was injured and Milner has retired from international football.

9.) 19 Jun 2018 13:53:16
Really surprised he has impressed you that mich hjikle. He does exactly what Lallana does to a lesser standard - dithers on the ball, throws in a few fancy turns for the camera, and then realises the pass is gone and tries to draw a foul. He did one (sort of) good thing last night and that was his pull back for Rashford. The pull back was too awkward for anybody to get a clean strike away though, and he'd have been better off standing up a cross to the back post than fizzing a cut back into a crowd of 6 or 7 players.

I personally think he is over rated just because he looks the part. Good looking, tall, muscley bloke who looks good on highlight reels? Very fashionable in modern football's celebrity culture. Fact Is, he's not good enough for the highest level (could be one day to be fair) which is why he'll probably go on loan and fight relegation again next season. Never judge players on international performances even if you do think he has been good. That is how we ended up with Diouf, Swansea with Sanches, and Real Madrid with Rodriguez. He needs to improve a lot before he's ready.

10.) 19 Jun 2018 14:53:33
Think you skimmed my posts MK, mine was about the only impressive unkown I've seen being a South Korean CB! Loftus-Cheek looks like Chelsea's answer to Jack Wilshere to me - capable of class moments but not capable of promising them with anything like the regularity to win a place in a top team. Sort of player that's worth investing in if he came through your academy to see if he settles down and starts doing it most games, not worth spending money on if you don't already own him.

11.) 19 Jun 2018 14:58:02
He has talent and I think he will be a great player one day but I agree with MK, he is not champions league finalist stuff.

MK, yesterday we were being linked with dacoure and Richarlison of Watford. I remember you saying months ago that you would take dacoure (spelling) . Would you still like us to sign him or does signing fabinho cancel that out. What are your thoughts on Richarlison?

If the eds have any thoughts on those two I would be grateful. Sorry to bug you mk, eds.

12.) 19 Jun 2018 15:24:10
Apologies hjikle. I misread read the first line. I thought you meant Loftus Cheek and the Korean centre back had impressed you. I did read your whole post, I just misinterpreted the very first line.

Prince Hendo, I like Doucoure a lot and think he has the quality to play further forward behind the strikers so Fabinho wouldn't have to be an alternative. He'd be great for us but I don't think he is the type of player Klopp wants. If we want a powerful runner in attacking midfield then Ox or Gini can play that role. I think Klopp wants someone with a bit more craft and guile, who poses a threat from set pieces to give him more options.

Richarlison is another in the same bracket as RLC, for me. He is not a bad player for his age, but they won't improve on what we have so if we want kids to make up numbers, why not give our own lads a chsnce first? If Wilson doesn't impress in pre-season maybe Richalison would be okay. I am at a point where I just don't see why we keep selling our own youngsters and replacing them with players of a similar standard from other clubs. In Fact, I'd rather give Trent a chance in midfield because he has far more about him than RLC.

13.) 19 Jun 2018 15:23:48
Ox is better. Move on.

14.) 19 Jun 2018 15:45:42
Great, informative answer mk, thanks buddy.

I think if solanke played as many minutes as Richarlison he would have out scored him. I'm really excited about Wilson too. On Richarlison defence, he does seem older than he is, doesn't seem to get bullied. I thought lingard was too easily bullied last night btw
That said I think Troy deeney's has bullied Richarlison at Watford, didn't like him getting the limelight. I remember him saying "in training our players try to kill me"

15.) 19 Jun 2018 17:44:59
Mk, the fact they played in the final is a bit ingenuous, they're decent players and have worked hard for us but neither are top class. If RLC was here he'd be above them in the pecking order (but behind the other players you mentioned) .

As for Chelsea it would be a waste of talent if he wasn't in their team next year, he's better than a lot of the players they have there.

16.) 19 Jun 2018 21:09:57
What is ingenuous about that, Putney? Based on what I have seen from RLC, he would not even make the bench at LFC and would definitely not be above Milly, Lallana, Ox and Wiji and them having played and impressed in the CL does prove something. It proves they can hack it at the highest level of club footie vs teams and players who are supposedly better than them, something RLC cannot do right now as he needs to develop more cos he is still too raw and has to fine-tune his decision making especially. Chelsea need him more than we do cos he would help them and their midfield cos the only good midfielder I would take out of that lot is Kante. He would get games there for sure. At LFC? NOPE!




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08 Aug 2018 10:40:35
Klopp has said Gomez is fine, relax.




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01 Aug 2018 08:37:30
Amazing how no one has mentioned money. Maybe he will get a big signing on fee and whopping weekly wages guaranteed for four or five years.

This could set him up for life to live in one of the most fantastic cities in the world. Doesn’t sound that bad to me. And maybe he’s happy to be second fiddle to achieve this.

Good luck to him - wish I had that type of luck!




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25 Jul 2018 08:40:47
Cheltenham Cheese and chilli festival - love it Jurgen!




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19 Jul 2018 07:32:17
The more experienced and quality players we have, within reason, the more likely we are to win trophies. I want us to win trophies as we are hardly trophy laden recently so good for me. Plus I’d imagine the pressures on Klopp this year to do likewise so why risk anything as a few injuries and you’re suddenly light again like last year.

Never leave things to chance.




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18 Jul 2018 19:31:37
Seems my waters are reliable after all heh!





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17 Aug 2018 14:24:39
I watched Macca every home game in the Kop. He had a lot of skill but used to drive the fans mad by always beating a player then stoping almost so he could show off and beat them again by which time their defenders were always back in place.

Needed to learn from Barnes to beat the man then whip in a quality cross or shot.

He was part of the Spice Boys that all loved their hair!




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10 Aug 2018 15:22:25
Make everyone wear Fellani wigs to soften the blow!




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09 Aug 2018 15:58:45
I don’t want to stop a mans career of course but slightly selfishly if Ings does stay it gives us a better squad. I think he’s a natural goal scorer and fits Klopps style of play more than our other strikers and would be a great back up to Bobby.

I know we have Studge but we can’t rely on his injuries. I know Ings has been unlucky also but very unlucky if all three injured at same time. We have Solanke but let’s be frank here we are aiming for top spot from city and they have Ken and Jesus as options.




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09 Aug 2018 14:05:21
Thanks MK and Beef and well done Mikey.




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09 Aug 2018 14:03:03
Hijkle - your local knowledge is impressive however you should have realised that the sea is always ‘in’ at the beach end of javea and why it is popular with bathers and swimmers a like. Also Denia is less populated towards the bottom of Montgo mountain so BBQs are more common though a fire hazard for sure. Finally, my dad used to take me to Watford games in the 80s and Ross is very tall with a distinctive pony tail so easy to spot.

Finally, as a hint please read the final line as there is a clue you’ve missed. :)