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08 Aug 2020 16:14:20
It seems fairly clear that the club would like to bring in Thiago at the expense of Wijnaldum if possible this summer. Do any of the Eds know of any potential buyers for wijnaldum or any clubs he has his sights set on?

Anonymous Woolback

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any efforts to sell Wijnaldum by Liverpool, nor anyone making an approach for him.}

1.) 08 Aug 2020 18:15:54
Fairly clear? Eh?
Why would the club be looking to renew Gini's contract if they're going to replace him days later?
What on earth brought you to that conclusion?
Please don't say Tw@tter.

2.) 08 Aug 2020 22:21:32
It seems to me that Thiago is only possible if Gini doesn’t sign a new contract and leaves. I’ve heard that he is interested in going back to Holland but how much truth is in that rumour I don’t know.

3.) 09 Aug 2020 02:31:49
I would be so surprised that Gini would be looking for a move back to Netherlands now. He is still in his prime and can contribute to one of the big clubs in Europe's major leagues for at least the next 3 seasons.

{Ed0666's Note - I said the same thing to Eds 001. Like you say He can make lots more money for the next two to three seasons anywhere in the world and then go home and still win titles galore at whichever Dutch team he chooses. I know it’s not about money sometimes but I’m adamant he won’t go back to holland just yet.

4.) 09 Aug 2020 08:30:51
Ed0666 maybe he thinks he has enough money and just wants to go home to be near his family. Am sure after this contract if he never played again he would have enough money to last him. He might just want him play for his boyhood club in his peak as kids that’s all ways the dream not how much money you can earn.

{Ed0666's Note - yeh I get what you’re saying but I’m not sure that’s the case. Footballers are on the whole mercenaries due to the short career spans. I’m not expecting him to sign this contract on the table, I hope I’m wrong but in this current broken economic climate we have to sell if he’s dragging his heels. We can’t afford to lose him on a Bosman I don’t care how much of a soldier he’s been for us. He a 30 million pound player at least and we can’t just give him away.

5.) 09 Aug 2020 09:32:14
So why won't he sign Ed0666?Where do you think he'll go if he does?

{Ed0666's Note - Barry I have no idea why he’s not signing maybe he’s holding out for more cash maybe he wants to try another avenue who knows? I truly hope he signs as he fully embedded in the Klopp philosophy and trying to embed another midfielder quickly is gonna be an issue. Where would he go? I seriously don’t know but at the price we’ll want with only a year left on his contract I’m sure he’ll have a load of admirers winking at him

6.) 14 Aug 2020 05:13:35
certainly possible Barry, just saying I'd be surprised if this is his position at this stage in his career. maybe C.V. is an influencer? who knows.
for me, I'd like to see him stay in red.



28 Jun 2020 12:33:15
Question for the Eds, seeing a lot of links to Traore which could be plausible, but obviously we have just backed out of signing Werner for around the same amount of money. One detail that astonished me was the amount of money that Werner is reportedly going to be earning at Chelsea, which is more than salah and van dijk and would have been inconceivable at LFC. Do you think that it was a purely transfer fee related issue, or was it more Werners demands both financially and in terms of game time that made the deal implausible?

Anonymous Woolback

{Ed002's Note - I have no idea what Chelsea will be paying Werner I am afraid. Liverpool have financial issues as has been explained repeatedly - even Peter Moore issued a statement to the fans. Liverpool did not try and negotiate the transfer with RBL.}

1.) 28 Jun 2020 20:56:27
Hi Ed. was it the fact that they had to pay upfront to activate the buy out clause whereas if they did buy traore for 70m they may be able to pay circa 17m for 4 yrs. which is more affordable?

{Ed002's Note - I have no idea what you mean. Liverpool illegally tapped the player up and they did not speak to his club. In addition to what I have said, the Chief Executive has explained the money situation at Liverpool.}



04 Dec 2017 12:25:09
Eds, i remember on the sharkopod that you said Barcelona would look to get a deal done before the end of november as one of the key instigators of the deal would no longer be involved and this would lead to them viewing other targets. In this situation, is it possible we could see coutinho stay a bit longer in a de gea to real madrid scenario? Or would he definately try and force a move to another team like psg, madrid, maybe even juventus to replace dybala?

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{Ed002's Note - Yes, we are now beyond the end of November and they will be considering their options. It is possible that Coutinho could move in January or the Summer but be clear he wants out. Coutinho is not of interest to Juventus and he is not first choice for Real Madrid. PSG might retain and interest but it is Barcelona who want him and that is where the player wants to go.}

1.) 04 Dec 2017 19:56:00
Up to Barcelona to make us an acceptable offer. The ball is in their court. 🤝.

2.) 05 Dec 2017 03:05:38
Barca will once again resort to underhand tactics to get Coutinho cheap. We trust Henry to duke it out with them.



10 Apr 2017 20:29:48
Just read that coutinho rejected the requests of the coaches to stay at home, so he could make the bench for the game on saturday, then to come off the bench and score. This is the exact attitude and type of player we need here at liverpool, hats off to him.

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1.) 10 Apr 2017 23:22:10
Couts has to stay, build our team around him, need another Mane .

2.) 11 Apr 2017 00:53:45
What would you do with another Mane if you've built your team around Coutinho?

3.) 11 Apr 2017 02:02:09
Coutinho was always needee to stay. He didn't need to do anything like that to justify it.

Hes our boy. Show him the love and he will give you the heart.

4.) 11 Apr 2017 03:24:35
build another mane and mane running around firmino!? and then someone can get their dream of firmino in central midfield realised.! :p.

5.) 11 Apr 2017 03:52:08
probably the best £8.5m the club has ever spent.

6.) 11 Apr 2017 06:07:23
Sure the best 8.5 we ever spent was on ings, that free transfer.

7.) 11 Apr 2017 08:25:26
support coutinho zimbo, as Mane has done.

8.) 11 Apr 2017 15:26:17
Don't worry I'd happily take another Mane! Just not sure if we'll get someone of his level to join with no obvious starting spot. Think hopefully Coutinho, Firmino and Mane will be our starting lineup and wouldn't want to see that changed myself.

9.) 11 Apr 2017 15:41:46
kudos couts, however if and when he is not in form let's remember this instead of wanting him out.

10.) 11 Apr 2017 21:18:01
The problem with football these days is that the Doctors think they pick the team. Hats off to Coutinho for his positive attitude and nonsense to all that red zone, orange zone, green zone crap.

11.) 12 Apr 2017 01:28:00
He must be mad. If someone offered me the day off id take 2.

12.) 12 Apr 2017 09:17:18
Haha that's good one mingo.



20 May 2016 17:56:44
From what i can work out the players we are interested in are:


I have never seen any of those players play but i guess any addition at goalkeeper and left back is welcome. Zielinski and silva seem slightly unneccasary unles we get rid of a lot of players. Hector is apparently more defensive minded which is exactly what we need. I was still hoping for perhaps a holding mid to push Can and Henderson more but maybe Grujic is that player. However i fail to see the point of chilwell as he is just another joe gomez surely? And personally i like joe gomez so i'd much rather see him or smith given a chance.

The outs that everybody can virtually agree on are:

And all the academy players who will be moving on.

If all that happens i'd consider it a very successful summer and cannot wait for next season with a squad of klopps own players.

Anonymous Woolback

1.) 20 May 2016 18:09:47
Lallana will stay, Klopp said as much the other day. I can't see Milner moving on either on his wages and the sort of club he'd want to go to.

2.) 20 May 2016 18:54:38
Joe Gomez is a cb not a lb Rodgers just stuck him there like he did Flanagan. I really like Gomez he's got a lot of promise, good with the ball at his feet, is comfortable with a challenge and not bad in the air. just hope he comes back from injury well.

3.) 20 May 2016 18:54:50
Milner's leading our assists table. I'd keep him on the condition that he's usually played on the right of midfield rather than in the middle.

4.) 20 May 2016 19:07:00
AW, Migs not be moving, neither will Milner. Lallana, I think, may make way for Goetze, but not necessarily. I think illori will move on too.

5.) 20 May 2016 19:53:12
Aren't we also interested/ linked with another midfielder? Dhroud is it?

6.) 20 May 2016 19:58:53
Perhaps Goetze will replace Coutinho? Barcelona have been looking recently and something was said earlier in the year, about him wanting to move on if there is no champions league football at Liverpool.

It wouldn't surprise me if a decent offer came in for him at least. We're not in a position where we can reject the advances of clubs like Barcelona, we haven't got the finances and we don't have any European competition next season.

One thing is for sure, Coutinho will not sell cheap, so if he does leave we'll at least get a tidy sum for him.

7.) 20 May 2016 20:44:40
I don't think Goetze and Coutinho are related at all. I would aso be not so sure either of Hector or Silva are coming in. While Liverpool has scouted both players, we have not made any effort to move for them, and are concentrating on bringing in Zielinski, Chilwell, Karius and seemingly Goetze.

8.) 20 May 2016 21:36:46
Mignolet has a 5yr contract.
He will not be leaving unless some fool offers us more than his contract is worth.

9.) 20 May 2016 22:09:24
im sure whoever klopp buys will be the right player for the team, he knows what he needs to do after this season so i will put my faith in him to get it right instead of trying to second guess him, if he brings these players in then he needs them yes we have other players in the team already but he might not see a future for them because unlike us he sees them every day and knows there weaknesess, like lallana for instance he is a good player but there's hardley any end product from him and i don't think he is at the right standard for us maybe Zielinski will have a better end product because these 2 are very a like, also the players he is buying he is getting them cheap not like BR who over spent on players, its so refreshing that he is getting players this cheap for a change,

10.) 20 May 2016 23:47:07
Great insight despite having never seen any of them play.

11.) 21 May 2016 01:11:06
I don't agree Lallana and Milner should go. 2 of our most consistent performers under Klopp. Allen could do a job as a squad player. Moreno - has still (some) time to learn how to defend. Not sure he will though!

12.) 21 May 2016 07:00:34
AndyM, lalana should go if Gotze replace him. Milner can go if we get Zielinski.

13.) 21 May 2016 14:52:38
Andym that mean no one significant leaving and based on that no one coming in. Simple tranfer window.

14.) 22 May 2016 00:45:17
Skrtel, Benteke and Allen, if he moves, all significant 'Outs'. I don't see CM as a priority for strengthening. Matip and Grujic both significant 'Ins' already done. A GK and Lb needed (Lb whether Moreno stays or goes) . I hope for a lot from Ings next season.




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28 Aug 2020 19:55:53
Ed001, always trust your opinion on players and love to hear your opinion. If Mane was to leave, who would you choose to go for on the left hand side, and who could you potentially see the club moving for if that happens?

Ed002 mentioned Dybala would be his pick as he is versatile, but he is a left footed right winger rather than a right footed left winger, so this would make little sense to me. Sarr is too raw for me and beyond that i struggle to think of anyone. Neres maybe or is he too laid back?

Anonymous Woolback

{Ed001's Note - defo not Dybala, too lazy for my liking. I do like Neres though a bit lightweight. Maybe Saka from Arsenal?}

1.) 28 Aug 2020 20:46:52
Saka came left field, not that I am saying he is bad just hasn't come to mind. Trust your opinion Ed1 so could you give the briefest of brief assessments on him, because you peaked my interest. I haven’t seen a lot of him but Arsenal fans seem to love him.

{Ed001's Note - just a hard working left winger with pace and good technique. He has also shown willingness to play out of position at left-back plus he can play on the right wing too.}

2.) 28 Aug 2020 20:49:33
I think if we sell Mane we'll end up with Zaha. Complete guess.

3.) 28 Aug 2020 21:22:31
Zaha? You’re joking me. Only place he ever scores is in David Moyles daughters bed.



28 Aug 2020 01:43:58
Listen, Barcelona is one of the most beautiful places to live on the planet, hell i want to move there someday.

But after all we’ve achieved, all we could still achieve, for Mane to want to leave Liverpool to go and play for a barcelona side that are shaping up to be turning into AC Milan Mk 2, that may not win La Liga or the Champions League for many seasons to come, it just makes no sense to me and, to be quite honest, would be more gut wrenching than the pain of Suarez and Torres put together.

I know nobody sticks around forever, one last pay day and all that, but this feels one or two seasons premature. Just when you think players are desperate to play for our club for as long as possible, a rumour like this comes out and it breaks your heart.

Anonymous Woolback

1.) 28 Aug 2020 03:18:43
Completely agree, Woolback.
What you have described would be compounded by the fact that I, and I’m sure many others, fully expect us to win the league again next season, at which point we might be coming towards the end of the C.V. tunnel and will be in possibly the strongest position we’ve been in up to that point.
We would be completely stark, raving mad to sell Sadio Mané this summer, it would be simply unjustifiable.



26 Aug 2020 01:12:33
With it looking as though we’ll finally be missing out on Messi to another club, i think it might finally be time for #FSGout. Kenny Huang would never have allowed this to happen!

Anonymous Woolback

1.) 26 Aug 2020 11:29:54
OP, I am firing up the airplane with the #FSGOUT banner, as we speak.



11 Aug 2020 15:38:44
The signing of Tsimikas got me thinking about what the next stage of evolution is for our squad. Seemingly every summer our side evolves tactically and the coaches decide what they can tweak to make us even stronger in the coming season. Looking at our last two major signings and the ever growing faith in Williams from Klopp, am theorising about what this could be.

I’m beginning to wonder whether the next step in our tactical evolution is rotating more often in the positions that demand the most energy. For me, our dips in performances have always coincided with one of our key players looking very off the pace and tired; namely Firmino, Trent and Robertson. They are all key to the way our system operates and if one of them has an off day, it shows badly when it does. Over the past season the form of all 3 of these players has felt more up and down than it ever has because of the amount of pressing and energy they use up during.

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1.) 11 Aug 2020 16:21:54
U may b onto something there, AW. Normally, Klopp rotates the team ep. in the fstive period but regarding both FB's and esp. the two AM positions, he will normally rest one regular FB and play the other starter or play one regular CM and rest the other starter.

We may see a bit more rotation more often during the festive period into prolly Feb and March esp. if we are still in the CL, to keep us fresh for the run-in es. if we are in a tighter title race than this past season's. We shall see BUT very interesting indeed.

2.) 11 Aug 2020 16:28:54
Let's wait and see. Williams looks the real deal. Can't really comment on the new lad. But he goo comes with a good reputation. I'm glad we took him instead of Lewis. Yeah Lewis would've been hg but tsimatas has the better reputation. But Trent and Robbo are exceptional. I don't think there are that many people on the planet who can kick a ball like taa. And I haven't seen a lb as energetic and as effective as Robbo since Roberto Carlos.

But you're totally right. We sometimes struggled this past season after big European games. I really hope we can now rest our fbs after these games. Not always.

3.) 11 Aug 2020 18:21:18
Given the importance of both first-choice fullbacks to Liverpool’s system, particularly in an attacking sense, I’m not sure we’ll see wholesale rotation of those positions.
But, at the same time, I’m sure Klopp and his team recall the period around Xmas 2018 / January 2019 when we had the fullbacks missing and dropped vital points in the league that ultimately cost us.
Great that the depth to the fullbacks looks much stronger now and, I think, the deputies do look good to still provide a threat going forward that has not been the case hitherto.

4.) 11 Aug 2020 18:48:59
It's an interesting thought AW. I was myself wondering something similar after the announcement of Tsimikas. Robbo and TAA as well as the front 3 have had their patchy runs at some point during the season but we seemed to struggle most when the fullbacks looked out of form or tired (and understandably so since they are our prime creators) . That could easily be something we probably looked at and maybe that prompted us into sign a natural LB with the aim to provide Robbo and TAA ample amount of rest next season to keep them at their sharpest throughout the campaign. Having two quality fb deputies in Williams and Tsimikas will definitely help.

5.) 11 Aug 2020 19:11:11
And the evolution of our squad continues. Interesting times indeed.

6.) 11 Aug 2020 22:10:34
Robertson struggles at times this season he looked exhausted it's great we can rest him and look after him now.



08 Feb 2020 12:31:25
With all the Player of the Year talk, i’m going to float an idea that most people don’t seem to give a second thought to; the Salah of today is a far better and more effective all round player than the one who scored 44 goals in 2017/ 18.

Back then Salah was, like Thanos, an inevitability. Virtually every game it was a certainty he would score. Sometimes he would have a relatively quiet game and then pop up with a moment of magic that would change the whole complexion of the match.

I’d argue that Salah’s unbelievable goalscoring record was largely a result of the unique collective brilliance of the front 3 as a unit and the explosive counter attacking football that was being coached by Klopp. Back then, we were probably the finest counter attacking team since Real Madrid in 2011/ 12, and relied exclusively on the oppositions willingness to get at our defense, which they invariably always did as back then our defense had a pretty bad reputation.

After a year of obliterating teams on the counter and playing football at 100 miles an hour, Klopp knew he would have to tweak the tactics to make us more multi-dimensional and sustainable over the course of the season, otherwise we would be found out. Naturally, this affected Salah’s game enormously, and he has had to adapt his game to be able to play in a possession based side.

I would argue he has adapted better than the vast majority of players ever could. Firmino and Mane find it far easier to contribute with goals as they possess a bizarre natural ability to score headers from the crosses of the fullbacks, which Salah does not. Despite this, he still continues to top the scoring charts over the course of the season, despite playing through bad injuries for long periods and suffering clear knocks in confidence when the fans get on his back about selfish play. He is still able to create massive amounts of chances for himself and teammates, and i would argue that this season he is having one of those inexplicably unlucky seasons in front of goal that cannot be explained, just as in the same way his first season could not be explained, and is very unfortunate not to score more.

What is most impressive is that despite not being able to counter attack and use his pace anywhere near as much as he used to due to the conservative play of our opponents, he has adapted his all round game to suit this new system. His hold up play with his back to goal is absolutely outstanding, it is a far cry from the speedy nippy winger we saw in his first season. The man has become an absolute beast and holds up the ball better than the vast majority of 6’4 target men. His footwork is now absolutely dazzling and his control in tight areas is now at a standard of some of the true greats in the game, sometimes he’ll be surrounded by 3 or 4 players in the attacking third and yet he’ll be able to shift his feet so rapidly it is almost impossible to dispossess him. If you look at the statistics, he has been by far the most creative player in the premier league over the last few seasons, but you wouldn’t believe it because the narrative is that he is ‘selfish’.

Salah doesn’t seem to be getting the credit he deserves this season because of people who do not watch full liverpool games are passing judgement on the Salah of today to the Salah of two years ago. The truth is that they simply do not understand the complexities of how our team operates now compared to then, and do not watch anywhere near enough of Salah to give him the credit he deserves. We should appreciate him while he’s here and get off his back whenever he makes a poor decision in the final third; the man is a world class player, just let him get on with it!

Anonymous Woolback

1.) 08 Feb 2020 12:41:51
I’m starting to think this AW. You don’t know what you have till it’s gone kind of situation. Salah is the ever world class player in the team since the day he arrived. His numbers are ridiculous.

2.) 08 Feb 2020 12:46:58
Agree I constantly have friends that are fans of other clubs saying Salah is rubbish because he hasn't score as many goals. But his work rate and also his runs that create openings for the other players. The other thing is he's not out of the running for a 3rd goldenboot in a row. I still find it hard to look beyond big Virgil. But to be fair you could give it to Trent, Allison, Henderson, Mane and I don't think anyone would argue much.

3.) 08 Feb 2020 13:32:47
AW, That is the most cogent, competent post about Salah I have ever read. Not only is it both of these things, it is actually the truth. I watched an interview on RedMen TV where David Maddock addressed this very topic on Salah and you are spot on with his analysis. He said that Salah has become a true animal not just cos he is STILL scoring goals BUT cos his pressing ability under the new system we play, has been outstanding.

Maddock said people can go on about Salah not scoring enuff or the other rubbish about him being sold as a result of that BUT Klopp is not arsed about any of that nonsense. To Klopp, Salah is having the season of his LFC life right now and judging him on goals scored is a fool's errand cos well, Klopp does not judge Salah on that. Therefore for me, I now watch Salah differently now with this info in mind and based on what I have seen, Maddock is spot on. So to those who think Salah should be sold, I suggest you watch that interview and get informed.

4.) 08 Feb 2020 14:29:16
I don't know why people have a downer on him. Is it because of the agent touting him about and Liverpool fans worried about losing another big star to the Spanish league? He's scored tonnes of goals for Liverpool in his 3 seasons. And who can blame him for hitting every chance he gets?

The only down side is his decision making on rare occasions. There have been a few times when he should have passed. But only about 4 or 5 times this season and that's not too bad really.

5.) 08 Feb 2020 14:51:40
I actually find this season he's relying more so on breaking in behind as a source of his goals as opposed to a much more variation over last 2 seasons. Of his 14 league goals 3 were pens which leaves him with 11 from open play. From my memory most of them were 1v1 situations or 6 yard finishes from squared passes.

In previous years salah would score long range goals, curlers from tricky areas or individual solo efforts. I can't recall one of those type of strikes this season and his goals are resulting from getting in behind defences solely which is a great stat as he's getting goals from probable areas and not relying on goals out of nothing. I'm sure with growing confidence well see him bag a few like the types of worldies he's scored vs spurs, Everton, Chelsea, southampton, Roma, Watford, Bournemouth over last 2 seasons.

This season though he's racking up nearly all his goals from 1v1 areas behind line of defence and every goal inside the box.

6.) 08 Feb 2020 14:54:48
Robbie, I think the people who have a downer on him have been spoiled with the amount of goals he scored in his first season so they cannot see past that, as if that magical season can be sustained. Also with this in mind, they are unable to see that Salah based on his overall game, is three times the player he was when he had that season. Like I said, if you judge Salah on goals scored then you are fooling yourself and missing the big picture.

Klopp does not judge him on the bleeding obvious (goals/ assists) . Klopp judges him (according to Maddock) on his movement, his instinctive pressing, positioning, understanding of pressing angles in other words, ALL the things you cannot see if you are only searching for goals and assists. If you watch Salah with all these judgment points Klopp uses to judge him, you will see how great Salah has become under Klopp and if the OP could see that then, anyone can see these things IF they actually bothered to try.

7.) 08 Feb 2020 15:23:03
Some good insights being posted about salah here in fairness. I'd much rather have a salah get 20 goals in a season if it means mane might also get 20 and firmino notch 15 as opposed to having a player get 30 or 35 goals but harming our overall attacking threat. We used to purr at the numbers Suarez or Torres scored while ignoring our next threat below was a kuyt or a coutinho maybe getting only 10 goals.

Same when people have called for likes of Henderson or gini to be replaced by fernandes, maddison etc simply cos they score more goals.

8.) 08 Feb 2020 15:35:20
And salah gets double teamed, if not tripled. That first season he was another promising winger but by season 2 defenders and coaches knew he was a world class talent who would damage them if given space.

Har red's post was interesting and correct I think. I remember a lot of 10 yd goals and penalties but not the top corner curlers either. I love the guy. When he picks up the ball in the final third I get a little surge of energy, knowing he can do amazing things.

9.) 08 Feb 2020 20:53:01
Warning. This will be controversial!

Salahs first season.44 goals. very impressive number. however. I still had the overall impression he needed 3 chances to score one. much like Andy cole back in the day. I think the problem now is salah scoring 20 goals in a season when he needs 3 chances to score a goal. his finishing inefficiency is now a little more obvious. Honestly. out of the front three, he is definitely the only one we could upgrade on #mbappe2020 😁.

10.) 08 Feb 2020 21:44:54
Nice one, Torben BUT Klopp does not see things that way, I'm afraid. You can get your Mbappe (good luck with that, lol) in to replace Salah BUT if he cannot do all the other "invisible" things Klopp demands of his team, it ain't going to happen. Bobbie doesn't score enuff goals as a CF, so they say. Do you want to replace him too?

I did some research and found that Klopp is more concerned about a player's conduct when he does NOT have the ball than when he does. Hence in Salah's case, Klopp is not worried about the goals he misses cos in the end, Mo WILL score goal regardless.

Klopp is more concerned about Salah improving his overall individual and team play, pressing instincts, angles and overall improvement cos IMO if he can do that, he will be able to score more goals. Now if Salah wants to go then fine BUT we should not kick him out cos he did not score a few tap-in's. Just my opinion.

11.) 09 Feb 2020 08:53:44
Thanks. I am glad that you KNOW what Klopp wants. for info. I think bobby is irreplaceable right now. and mane is close to being irreplaceable. Mo offers a decent work rate and an unreliable end product. That is upgradeable!

12.) 09 Feb 2020 10:58:42
Torben, I know what Klopp wants cos I have watched interviews of those who have inside info provide that information. This information is available to anyone who bothers to want to know it, even you.




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23 Oct 2018 13:18:09
We have three players that can fill that role, one is out for the season wirh injury and two are new signings who are learning the ropes. What good would adding another player into the mix do?

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21 Aug 2018 17:17:31
I find it very hard to feel sorry for someone who let down all his teammates and tens of millions of fans around the world, on two occassions in the clubs biggest game in a decade, all for a loss of concentration that you find it hard to believe a sunday league player would make. I also find it hard to be sympathetic given that after said mistake, instead of offering to give up his holiday to train all summer and reclaim some dignity (as many of our players have offered to do over the past few years despite not cocking up) he chose to go on holiday without shame and absolutely blitz his social media. And then on top of all that, when we sign a world class player in his position, which all things considered was warranted, he decides to complain about it in public to the press.

I’m not saying i have any particular distain for the guy, i wish him well, but he has left like a spoilt brat and i will not miss him anymore than i did Enrique, Johnson or Balotelli. Mignolet will not get a move he has probably been looking towards for a much longer period of time and still has handled it with more grace than Karius has.

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31 May 2018 14:14:34
Think it speaks for the measure of the man that he pushed so hard to go to Madrid, has been there 5 years and can’t even be arsed to learn the language, don’t know what he expected to be honest.

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30 May 2018 22:33:02
Difference being that Fekir has let it be known for a while he willleave, has told the club well in advance and will almost certainly leave with more dignity than any of the others, he won’t have to go on strike or fake injuries to move.

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18 May 2018 04:51:13
Not to be cheeky Macca, but where is the right back? It’s one of the few holes left to plug.

I don’t watch enough of burnley to know but I prefer the sound of Mee much more than Tarkowski, but id take either of them and put trust in them to grow and iron out their deficiencies.

Butland still makes no sense to me for what he will cost, if we really are after a backup keeper it should be somebody with more experience who will cost little. Call me a romantic but Buffon joining us, even to just be backup, would give me shivers, but Reina would be good as well.

Ceballos seems to have been covered by the Ed’s endlessly and would be a smart buy.

Fekir and Dembele would leave us all in dreamland, I’m not fussed if dembele would only be a loan he has so much talent.

As for the speculation that this all means Salah is leaving, personally any player can leave if they so wish. Say what you like about Suarez, Coutinho, torres or mascherano, but at least they all stayed for a few years before controversially departing. If Salah honestly wants a move after one bloody season, and is incapable to see what we are building here, then sod him. As great as he is I see him as a product of the system, and we could almost certainly find somebody to do a decent job in his stead. This is all hypothetical of course as I don’t think he will leave this summer.

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25 Sep 2020 09:23:45
That’s absolutely disgusting and a clear example of why more and more people (including myself) are distancing themselves from Twitter. It is an echo chamber for idiots who know nothing about football to voice and accentuate their horrible toxic opinions. He’d be best off binning it altogether and getting his head down and working, he doesn’t need those cretins getting in his head.

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24 Sep 2020 00:03:32

Williams Koumetio Van den Berg Tsimikas

Milner Jones Keita

Elliott Minamino Jota

That’s the team i want to see play and the one i think is more than capable of winning the game. I want to see all those players get game time and an opportunity to get up and running for the season, i really hope Klopp doesn’t behave like a massive child and put out a load of kids to prove a point when we have a squad more than deep enough to go far into these competitions now. Really excited to see what they can do.

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21 Sep 2020 13:22:56
Assuming Tyrion Lannister is Harry? Mad how a city fan is coming on here telling all of us that a club legend who was an excellent centre back for years was only good enough for the championship, as if us humble little scouse folk are so stupid as to only rate players because they like us, even if they have no ability. Have a day off lad it’s boring.

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21 Sep 2020 13:07:47
I think now is the time to make Bobby work for his place a bit and give Minamino the shot he deserves. Maybe not immediately but after Arsenal game consider rotating against a bottom half side because i am really excited to see what Minamino can do and do firmly believe it could be what Firmino needs to will himself back into form.

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20 Sep 2020 21:16:57
An easy game to come on in certainly, but you don’t have to play it down, his quality was blindingly obvious and fantastic to finally witness in a liverpool shirt. His touches, his drop of the shoulder, passes, composure, he moves about the midfield in a way none of our midfielders can (in fact in a way few men on the planet can) . I was in awe of his ability and am giddy with excitement at the prospect of seeing him in the midfield with Hendo and Fabinho in future games, its just such a different level of quality and play style to what we’re used to, only player i've seen play for liverpool with that grace was Alonso. If he can stay fit and do what he does in most of the games we will be a frightening proposition this season.

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