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

1jj

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.

1jj

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? :)

1jj

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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12 Apr 2019 11:37:43
Sunday is looking like Chelsea's game of the season (except spurs) . Rested most their top players just for it. To win we need to play at our best and have the fans cheering us on as it's probably our most important game now also!

Nervy 2-1 win to us.

1jj

1.) 12 Apr 2019 12:55:46
I think my premonition for the Saints game was premature and it actually related to the Chelsea game.

7-2

:)


2.) 12 Apr 2019 13:24:31
Regardless of resting their best players. Hazard and Kante both had to come on. most of the starting XI from that game will start on Sunday. We have also had a further 2 days prep and didn't have to travel for our european game. We should have too much for them anyway.

2-0 - Salah scores both!


3.) 12 Apr 2019 13:29:07
Travel and 2 days extra prep are much bigger factors than resting a few bodies, I agree with Lambo, but not on the score, i'll go 4-1.


4.) 12 Apr 2019 13:33:34
I agree it's the travelling that seems to knock it out of teams Playing in UEFA cup but I may be wrong.

It would be interesting to see player running comparisons between games after European games and in games where there are no European games beforehand.

Is it mental fatigue or physical fatigue that is affected if there is an affect.

Does winning or losing the game in midweek have an impact on the next performance.


Edds, any thoughts or insight?

{Ed001's Note - they all can make a difference. Team morale is the big thing, players who are confident and on a winning streak will not feel tired. However, concede a goal and get put under the cosh and they feel the travel in their limbs. It is mostly mental, but physical fatigue has its effects too, especially on the mind.}


5.) 12 Apr 2019 13:37:49
The Liverpool 2019 side will beat Chelsea.

We are a different animal to last season.

Maybe just maybe this side that Jurgen has built are going to be history makers.


6.) 12 Apr 2019 13:55:31
Ed, to draw on TG’s point about us being different in 2019, from your perspective what are the main differences between the way Klopp and Rodgers have handled their respective title run-ins?
It sounds obvious but I’m sure there is stuff we could learn.

{Ed001's Note - the main difference is that Klopp has experience in this position so the players respect him. Oh and he is not claiming every good thing is down to him, while every mistake is down to the players. Klopp brings the whole group together as a team with everybody else being given credit, rather than trying to swallow up all the glory for himself. That makes a huge difference at times as players like that he is loyal and play for him that tiny bit harder than they would if they do not feel like he will back them on their bad days. Rodgers felt like he had to prove himself constantly, he was constantly pointing to everything saying "I did this" when it was something good. Klopp does not have that issue, so when something goes well he says "they did that" and the players gain in confidence.

It reminds me of a scene in (I think) Coach Carter, where Samuel L. Jackson (a Liverpool fan) tries to get that out of his players. Rodgers could do with learning that lesson, that he does not need to take the credit for good things, as the glory is a shared glory anyway. If the team wins, he wins. He does not need to keep pointing to everything and saying "I did that". In my opinion he is insecure in his ability as a manager, which is why he constantly keeps telling everyone he is a great manager. If you believe you are something, then you don't feel the need to tell everyone all the time. That insecurity will eventually transmit to the players, particularly at times of pressure and stress, such as title run-ins.}


7.) 12 Apr 2019 13:58:59
2-1 to Chelsea!


8.) 12 Apr 2019 14:12:19
Awesome, thanks Ed!

{Ed001's Note - welcome.}


9.) 12 Apr 2019 14:16:02
Europa League isn't Europe, it's just a doss.
They've had a week off in my opinion, both as fresh as each other going into the match.


10.) 12 Apr 2019 14:23:59
Coach Carter reference love it Ed001!

{Ed001's Note - it is based on a true story, so it does have relevance. Some relevance anyway.}


11.) 12 Apr 2019 15:07:18
LiverpoolFC8 - It is still Europe mate. When we were in the Europa League and the Mancs fans were saying this to us we still wanted that win against Dortmund and that final against Seville. It hurts your premier league run in for sure, but let's not discount the competition altogether.


12.) 12 Apr 2019 15:20:24
Rich-wah? ;-)

One of my all time fave movies!


13.) 12 Apr 2019 13:36:33
ed002 would Chelsea have travelled back after the game of first thing this morning. Massive game Chelsea not been great away from home but I think this weekend could be the turning point for one of us Palace away not easy after to trips to London all ready last week and this and Pep will have one eye on Wednesday after losing the first leg. thanks ed002.

{Ed002's Note - They would have returned to Stanstead after the game.}


14.) 12 Apr 2019 16:31:47
I think that this season, Klopp has tried to make sure that the team is not depleted of energy near the end of the season, like before,
this makes a huge difference, meaning we can give every game 100 per cent,
I have seen some seasons end were some of the players were knackered come the last few matches,
last game is at home, we might need to win this one .


15.) 12 Apr 2019 17:23:31
It's funny to see how some of our fans think it's going to be a cakewalk for us lol

its one of the most difficult game for us, Chelsea has always been difficult game for us neither we are top of our game atm, they've got players in just blink of an eye can tear us apart.

I hope we press and harry them and play at a tempo where we can gain some advantage of their Europe league game :)


16.) 12 Apr 2019 18:32:58
I think the game will be a close one in terms of performance as both teams have all to play for but as touching result, I think we ll edge this one with a 3-1 scoreline. Hopefully, though unlikely, Palace picks a point off City. 👌.


17.) 12 Apr 2019 18:53:31
I have a friend who is a Chelsea fan, now aside from that he is fine. All week all I have had is Slippy G, they will slip up again etc etc. Then it hit me and I said "Stevie did slip and it cost us a game, its not like a Chelsea legend ever slipped at a vital moment, in the biggest game they have ever played to that point in a competition they had never won, oh hang on didn't JT slip taking a missed penalty in the CL final or did I imagine that". No answer came back other that " fair point"


18.) 13 Apr 2019 11:45:44
Spot on, Ed re: BR vs Klopp. I have read several interview articles that Klopp has givem (some of them even before he came to LFC) and he has always struck me as someone who is a supremely-intelligent and very secure in his skin. Regardless of what is happening around him, he always remains calm, cool and collected for the most part. I know after games that his emotions can get the best of him BUT after some time, he calms down and actually apologizes when the situation warrants it.

One more thing I noticed is that Klopp NEVER speaks about himself regarding his achievements as a manager in Germany and the trophies he's won. He has NEVER spoken a word about that throughout this season with us going for the PL. This is another place where he is diff. from BR. Had this been BR, he would NEVER stop talking about the trophies he won in his "Look at me. Look what I have done and look at my achievemnts". As you say, if you have achieved stuff really, why talk about it It seems BR is insecure and ALWAYS wanted validation from whoever hence, it makes him look insecure anf if players know you are insecure then they won't respect you cos they know everything is always about you in the main.


 

 

10 Apr 2019 09:07:57
Good result last night and I think we got away with one with Salahs tackle (I thought with var it was a def red as looked even worse in slow mo) . If that was Ramos we would be baying for blood.

1jj

{Ed001's Note - it did look a red, only thing I can think of is that they thought he was being pulled back, which caused him to lean back so his foot was raised higher than he intended. He certainly didn't stamp, but it was over the ball and landed on the guy's ankle, so it seemed, at the very least, it has to be a yellow card.}


1.) 10 Apr 2019 09:17:56
Yes. We got Away with one there id say. If he had received a straight red, would he have also missed more 'Potential'games.


2.) 10 Apr 2019 09:23:23
Anyone know if UEFA have right to review after a game? The shocking way VAR is working is that we still don’t know if they reviewed it during the game!

{Ed002's Note - By exception if something was a "serious missed incident".}


3.) 10 Apr 2019 09:35:14
Am i right in thinking nothing was given as VAR can't be used for yellow card incidents? So in that scenario it was either all (a red) or just play on.

I don't think the people in charge of the coverage helped either, there was footage from all over the shop which just confused matters.

{Ed002's Note - It may be used to confirm red cards as being correct.}


4.) 10 Apr 2019 09:36:25
Was it reviewed using VAR?
Surely there can be no further action by UEFA- as that would mean it would be a double-seriously-missed-incident.

{Ed002's Note - I have answered this already.}


5.) 10 Apr 2019 09:52:40
That was a red card any other day and anywhere else on the pitch. I also think Danilo's lack of a histrionic reaction helped Salah quite a bit.


6.) 10 Apr 2019 11:20:24
Personally I think salah meant to stand on the ball as he often does on this occasion he missed and caught the player badly. I do think it endangered the opponent however I don't think it was intentional or malicious.


7.) 10 Apr 2019 11:33:57
That was my thpught too ed01. I actually thought the var was about the foul on salah! (Commentary was in dutch) i thought the ref had a bad game all in all. People were jumping on each other and the ref wasnt blowing. I was constantly worried we were going to lose someone to injury.

{Ed001's Note - it was a very odd performance from the ref, he certainly does not let contact like that go in Spanish football.}


8.) 10 Apr 2019 11:57:19
to be honest, I think if Ramos tackled the way Salah did I wouldn't be baying for blood. I mean he goes for the ball and misses, its a mistake and should be punished but sending him off? I'm not sure about that. I get the argument and what the letter of the law says, but if we say for example compare that tackle to when stevie got red carded a min into 2nd half vs manU, that is a clear stamp. I think the refs called it right anyways!


9.) 10 Apr 2019 12:13:37
I have to say, I had mixed feelings about The concept of VAR, but based on what I have seen so far, it is a shambles. It seems to be creating more difficulties than it is solving. It at least needs simplifying.


10.) 10 Apr 2019 15:38:55
At one point in last night’s game, the stadium announcer said “VAR review - potential penalty” - but the referee had actually restarted the game! The game carried on for a minute or so and then the announcer said “VAR review over - no penalty”. Shambles isn’t the word.


11.) 10 Apr 2019 20:19:12
Regarding VAR, Ed01 has already said that it will be a disaster cos those who are running it or will be running it, are as incompetent as the refs VAR is trying to help and I fully agree with him. Instead of improving the standard of officiating and investing resources into making the referee position a good job prospect as a profession or as a job, they are trying to cut corners and make it look like they are doing something whereas they are doing nothing.


 

 

05 Apr 2019 19:42:19
So that puts Mane leaving to bed then.

"If we don't win it, we'll keep going next season. ".

1jj

1.) 05 Apr 2019 20:54:28
Matips awerness is dodggy at best.


2.) 05 Apr 2019 23:06:10
Matip was very shaky, TAA didn’t have a good game either. Turning point was Milner and Hendo coming on, our midfield looked poor prior to that.


3.) 05 Apr 2019 23:13:56
Ores, Matip was abysmal ALL game long. Frankly, VVD might as well play w/ o a partner as he is babysitting him too much. I would rather Lovren come in now if Gomez is not ready cos right now, Matip is no longer possible for us, IMO.


4.) 06 Apr 2019 00:00:39
I thought Matip was shaky first half but did ok second half, I don’t recall Southampton having a chance second half.

{Ed025's Note - he was crap all game to be honest smeg..


5.) 06 Apr 2019 06:27:32
Get Gomez back in there.


6.) 06 Apr 2019 07:13:30
Matip was shocking. At this point, I'd rather have an unfit Lovren in the starting 11. Move Matip on and sign a young CB like Dael Fry or Ben Goddfrey who we can develop and help fill the English quota.


7.) 06 Apr 2019 08:07:49
Matip got given an 8 in sky’s player ratings, the highest rating!

{Ed025's Note - that just proves everything we thought about sky cobra, clueless bunch of chancers mate..


8.) 06 Apr 2019 00:38:53
Spot on, Ed25. Don't know what game others were watching. There was a reason why Long played on him ALL game long till he came off. The guy does his best BUT he is piss poor, period. Like I said before, Matip is no longer possible anymore at CB. He just isn't. hopefully, either Gomez or Lovs can come in.

{Ed025's Note - he is a weak link red wolf, he is getting away with it at the moment mate but how long that will last is anyones guess, eden hazard is just the type to take full advantage of that..


9.) 06 Apr 2019 09:16:37
Poor old Matip . must be a nightmare having a bad game, every game and before the first whistle has even been blown, in the eyes of some supporters .
He may not be VVD level, even Gomez, but give the lad a chance!?
Klopp must see something in him to keep him in the team ahead of a World Cup finalist, who can have shaky moments himself, let's not forget!
In my opinion he didn't have the worst of games last night and he played ok. Ala pass for Bobby on hendo'd third goal.
His positional sense let's him down but I thought he was the better if the defenders last night.
I hate the way that there always has to be one player who the fans have to jump on - even when it's going better than ever?!

Get behind the lad rather than kill him with the same old critism every single week!

I know I'm committing cardinal sin by having a different opinion to Eds and some of you but we're in an amazing position and should be supporting all the boys!?

YNWA.


10.) 06 Apr 2019 09:33:46
I have said this before regarding Matip, but more often than not he is defensively sound, it's his decision making which let's him down; he always seems to feel that he has to do something special with the ball before he passes it. He needs to take a leaf out of VVD's book and keep it simple 99% of the time. VVD used to have similar flaws to his game in his early days, but has become a colossus through discipline and simplicity. For me, he's not a starter, but a decent backup.


11.) 06 Apr 2019 09:41:38
Fair play silly milly. His performances against bayern alone. Ot put him right up in my estimation. Kicked lewandowski off the park.


12.) 06 Apr 2019 10:04:02
agree with RW and Ed025. Matip had done decent in some games, but his performances has been dipping (at a funny time too when Lovern and Gomez are back, thought he did up his game more) .

Put him up against Chelsea and he'll be caught upfield when Hazard sells him with a pass and move (just like Kane did recently) . I had absolutely no idea what he was doing all game last night, especially when we conceded. yes, some will point to his mazy run (solitary, and when he tried that again a few times in the game, he opened us up to counters), and others to the long punt that resulted our the 3rd goal. But as a CB, i expect the player to 1st and foremost defend, keep a clean sheet, give confidence to the players ahead to do their job, but he seems to be shaky, jittery and clumsy at best.


13.) 06 Apr 2019 11:37:21
i get supporting our players thru and thru but having glimps at how he looked lost when they scored is heart breaking. The reality is that the team has developed passed him and opposition is targeting him as the weakest link in the team. not every1 is meant to be part of growth and some will just fall behind.


14.) 06 Apr 2019 13:55:05
Spot on, Ores. Notice that Spurs attacked his side a lot. So did Saints. If those defending Matip think Chelsea, Porto and every other team we will be facing, have not seen that then they are deluding themselves. I think Lovs should come back in cos even tho he could make a mistake (Matip has made tonnes more mistakes BUT he i getting away with with them cos of VVD), he is a better CB, a better all round defender, aggressive and ruthless.


15.) 07 Apr 2019 02:04:11
Matip lacks competitive edge IMO.
A 6 ft odd defender should not be easily beaten in the air by 5 ft 7 Shane Long. Not only is he easily beaten, he doesn’t even compete.

I can forgive an error prone dodgy defender but I can’t forgive a player who doesn’t contest a header with a player who is 7-8 inches smaller than him.


 

 

10 Mar 2019 21:25:56
After watching the Liverpool game I cheerily went with my brother to the Emirates today (he's a big Arse fan sadly) . I have to admit I cheered every time Arsenal scored and Lukaku missed another sitter!

1jj

1.) 10 Mar 2019 22:28:18
my brother is an arsenal fan as well and I cheered for them as well today. good result for them.


2.) 10 Mar 2019 22:41:57
Great result for Arsenal, I thought utd was going to do them.


3.) 11 Mar 2019 00:31:30
Great result for us as well. The more points they drop/ stay outside the top 4, the more they’ll actually have to play against city rather than just give them a walkover.


4.) 11 Mar 2019 02:41:21
I doubt United would give City a walkover irrespective of how the league looks at that time - they're not Everton, they are a big club with a huge following, if they lose their fans will have a silver lining, but I can't forsee them throwing away a derby to spite Liverpool - I think, like ourselves, they have the mentality of whoever wins the league deserves it. They'd hate us to win it, but they would begrudgingly respect it.


5.) 11 Mar 2019 03:17:06
Its a big win for us that Arsenal beat Utd. Now the few Utd fans that actually wanted to throw the game against City will shut up. If they are willing to risk finishing outside the top4 and losing players like Pogba and DDG just to spite LFC, its their loss more than ours coz we will be challenging next season again while they lose a lot of their momentum if their star players leave.


6.) 11 Mar 2019 19:59:10
Utd like it or not, are an institution in world football. They will not be "handing" even a virus to City anytime soon, IMO. The majority of the fans will NOT allow it. Just like majority of LFC fans would NEVER have allowed us to just roll over and let Blackburn win the PL on our patch just so Utd don't in the 94/ 95 season. If City want the PL, they are going to have to earn it at OT. Here's to hoping they don't.


 

 

04 Mar 2019 17:25:02
Best chance we have of winning league now we are 9 games from end and 1 point behind is to have at least one of Keita or Shaq in midfield and be a little more creative supporting our front 3 IMO.

1jj

1.) 04 Mar 2019 18:09:17
1jj, you might be right but that is not a guarantee either. Case in point. We played a so called "workman-like midfield" vs Watford and we smashed them with 5 (could have been 10 really) so things rare not as cut and dry as they seem. The main reason we did that was we pressed them high, won the ball back and the quality of our FB's esp. TAA when allowed time and space to find our forwards in movement, told the story.
Also, we played the very same midfield bar Hendo vs Everton and create 4 clear scoring chances (enuff to win a tight derby) and we fluff our lines. There were also a few times when we are on the break and the players don't make right runs or the ball carrier does not make the right pass at the right time. Again, not cut and dry.

What I will say is that I think (I know hindsight is a b-word) Klopp and the players got caught up in the whole "derby" fever and allowed their nerves to get the better of their heads and that may have caused the tightness in the players when the chances came. Also on Klopp's side, he got caught up as well cos if you are trying to win a game, you don't take Mane off and put Lallana on. I love Klopp BUT who does that? That is essentially two mistakes in one go right there.

Should have prolly put Naby on instead of Milner cos Frankly, Milner added nothing to the game really. We just got to relax and play our game the way we have been doing and no longer get caught up in the hype cos clearly, we are not experienced to deal with these emotional games at times. Just my take.


2.) 04 Mar 2019 19:52:24
We had three or four huge chances yesterday and didn't take them. One of them goes in the back of the net and nobody is mentioning our "terrible"midfield.

{Ed025's Note - its not that they are terrible naby, just that they are all much of a muchness and creativity and goal scoring is not their forte mate..


3.) 04 Mar 2019 20:25:46
Exactly my point ed25.

{Ed025's Note - the forwards are very good 1jj but sometimes they need a little help, you need someone like stevie g mate who will pop up with a goal now and then (not for his comic routine or happy go lucky demeanour).. :)


4.) 04 Mar 2019 21:40:00
We need trent in the middle his long range shots are excellent, unfortunately we have nobody to play rb.


5.) 05 Mar 2019 07:27:09
Wan Bissaka? Why not go for him?


6.) 05 Mar 2019 10:43:13
Don't really think they're terrible Ed, think some of them like Gini have had super seasons. we just need to stay cool, there'll be twists yet. Just us fans want it so much every non win is blown out a proportion.

{Ed025's Note - yeah naby as i said they are not bad players just a bit one dimensional mate, they dont really possess an attacking threat or score nearly enough goals, that will have to be addressed next season i think..


 

 

 

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22 Apr 2019 20:51:21
Salah is staying end of.

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10 Apr 2019 08:59:28
Moreno!

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07 Apr 2019 10:04:03
You said you wanted a rumour - he is certainly not who I want!

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07 Apr 2019 09:24:39
Memphis Depay.

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06 Mar 2019 18:21:15
Klopp may not be first choice but I bet they'd bloody love him - which I'm guessing is vunlikely due to them, him and us!

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18 Apr 2019 20:42:47
First team I ever saw live (and I wasn’t going to support Watford! ) Also, my mate in class at school died at Hillsborough so I had to keep his support going for life through thick and thin.

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18 Apr 2019 18:34:58
2-2 at theirs as they will come out to play. 3-2 at ours.

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13 Apr 2019 13:03:35
Be nice to be in champions league as champions!

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11 Apr 2019 15:38:35
Dybala is a show pony and lazy. Busquets is massively overrated. Neymar is a brilliant technician (some of his play at Barcelona was unreal) but is a poor team player and a cheat. Pogba is a one good game in four player.

I’d add Hazard who is one of the very best yet only turns up when can be bothered (fingers crossed that’s Sunday but I bet he turns it on as knows Real will be watching! )

Lukaku is possibly the worst finisher I’ve ever seen. £80m for a donkey and that’s insulting to Eeyore!

Richarlison is possibly in the top 5 as his end product is and always was terrible.

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10 Apr 2019 09:02:38
Not Liverpool’s biggest fan.

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