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03 Jul 2018 16:47:07
So Dunarunner is a no-go?

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30 May 2018 11:02:45
Just read that Roma want 80m. As it is newspaper journalists could easily be £ or €, as they don’t do fine details. Be that as it may, read we are interested in Cillessen but Barcelona want €60m. Alisson is a no-brainer if that is the price of a keeper who is no improvement. Pay the money and our main problem position is sorted for years to come.

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16 Jul 2018 22:43:39
5 CBs at the club? Really? Or is the thought that a GK will be like a fairy godmother and turn 2 bang average CBs and an unproven CB who can barely be trusted at RB because he let's the ball sail over his head? We have Lovren and VVD both good CBs and a great partnership. But until recently Lovren was always a brain fart away from being persecuted by his own fans. Now he is the Messiah! Then we have Matip, who cannot stay fit, who is inconsistent after a bright start and for me is a DCM not a CB, and a poor DCM at that. He was a free solution, a sticking plaster and he needs to be ripped off. Klavan is Estonia’s best defender but he is no Mart Poom, more of a Poo-Mart. And Gomez cannot stay fit and will we ever know whether he is a CB star or not? All 3 of these will be undermined by Karius/ Navas/ Butland, in fact we could play all 3 of them at once and Achterberg would still find away to turn them into chocolate wristed flappers. We may still do well in the CL in 2018/ 19 but if we make ourselves top heavy and fail to address the deficiencies at the back our challenge for the Premier title will be over by October. Buvac is not there to cover up Klopps defensive oversight this season. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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02 Jul 2018 19:31:04
Happy with either Oblak or Alisson and it is long overdue that Liverpool take this issue seriously. We have not had a great keeper since Grobelaar and that is too long. Almost 30 years for goodness sake. And we wonder why we are still waiting? Every time I read “I’d be happy with Butland” or “What about Schmeichel? ” it makes my blood boil.

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04 Jun 2018 09:34:26
Allisson has a pretty poor game yesterday. And yes I know he kept a clean sheet. Distribution was poor, kicked the ball out a number of times and slow off his line. Not great. Can anyone tell me if this is an isolated incident? He didn’t stand out when we played Roma and now this? I have not had the pleasure or luxury of watching him in Serie A but I am aware their league is played at a lower intensity and slower pace. Is he really the messiah? Or is he another case of “when are we going to get a proper GK” in 12 months time? For perspective De Gea hardly looked world class this weekend. It is just the lot of a GK I suspect. No hiding place.

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30 May 2018 11:14:04
Sorry Salah, I don’t want to thumb down your post because it is valid but Karius mistakes are not of the scale of he failed to track the run from midfield, or he shinned it over the bar. He threw the ball towards an attacking player who was 3 feet away. He was beaten all ends up by a shot from 40 yards that barely moved trajectory and don’t forget he almost spilled a shot from Kolarov from a similar distance but managed to fumble it over the bar. The scale of these errors is catastrophic, and although the two on Saturday could have been a consequence of a blow to the head, the Kolarov one was not. I remember a saying “he has got chocolate wrists” and this applies to him. Karius has pulled off some game saving saves, not too many, and he kept us in it before his mad few minutes on Saturday BUT if you could have a goalkeeper of the ability of De Gea/ Buffon/ Neuer for the start of next season, would you take it or would you insist that we back Karius?

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29 May 2018 21:24:32
Fatboy that is the conundrum we have to solve. Our limited options off the bench were the gulf in the CL final. We are limited but it does not have to be that way. To compete we need at least 3 game changers on the bench, and we have to take into account 5-6 players missing through injury. That is a first XI plus 8-9 outfield players, who need to be quality. And a decent back up GK. They do not all need a o be £40m + but the way transfer prices escalate .

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