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09 Apr 2018 19:10:11
Just saw an article on us being interested in Ndidi, person breaking story is the same who broke the Keita deal.


1.) 09 Apr 2018 20:27:13
Not true mate im affraid. Ed001 has said he is one he would go after but no interest from us sadly.

2.) 09 Apr 2018 20:42:55
Yes Nndidi.

3.) 09 Apr 2018 23:22:29
Would love Ndidi.

4.) 10 Apr 2018 08:13:23
Sound like ned Flanders ace!

5.) 10 Apr 2018 13:38:39
Ndiddly squat ;)

6.) 10 Apr 2018 17:21:20
Would prefer Doucoure personally.



15 Jun 2016 23:11:52
This is going to sound like a wind up but it's not. Live in New Jersey went to my local Pizzaria, owned by a Napoli and former resident of supporter and he said did you hear Klopp was at the Argentina game last night. We always talk football not many in my neck of the woods do. They say he was watching one of their players etc. so there you heard from my local pizza guy!


1.) 15 Jun 2016 23:18:51
Gonzo Higuain? 😉.

2.) 15 Jun 2016 23:47:05
Gorgonzola Deep Pan more like.

Everyone wants a slice of Klopp it would appear. It'll take a good rumour to top that one.

3.) 16 Jun 2016 05:14:45
I could TOP it 😉.

4.) 16 Jun 2016 05:16:44
Bit of a cheesey rumour if you ask me.
Sure it wasn't Gonzo Hawaiian and higuain he was looking at?
I'll stop there. I could go on but I'll save some for the morning.

5.) 16 Jun 2016 10:51:36
Smells fishy to me.
Could be the anchovies though ;)

6.) 16 Jun 2016 11:00:14
Now now. There's no need to take the "pizza". He is a "goodfella" for posting. Rumours will "deep pan" as the "seasoning" draws near and the fake rumours will topple like "dominoes". Thanks to Eds for all the hard work, we know you don't get any "dough" for doing this. God I need a life.

7.) 16 Jun 2016 11:51:22
Hopefuly we are getting a slice of good luck, anyway hope we get it boxed off as the temperature is rising.

8.) 16 Jun 2016 21:06:30
We won't sign Higuain, it'll be another that Pasta's by.

9.) 16 Jun 2016 22:17:56
Stop taking the pizza!

10.) 17 Jun 2016 11:29:59
Heard he can hit a good dough ball.

11.) 18 Jun 2016 20:59:34
Looking at a defender front river plate i read.




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25 Apr 2019 04:06:03
Thank god some of you weren't in the dressing room at halftime in Istanbul.


1.) 25 Apr 2019 07:59:31
Behave yourself. That game is something WE could affect. Those who have given up on the league, like myself, are not negative doom mongers as you paint out. We are realistic. Some of your self righteous lot need to get a grip. The league is gone. “ Burnley will put up more of a fight “ no, no they won’t. They’re not playing for anything. “ Rodgers will win Liverpool the title, Vardy on the counter attack” nope, a straight forward win coming there where Leicester don’t needs any points and city will sit on 80% possession. “ Brighton may need a point to stay in the league” was one thing I’ve read, and well, just reeks of desperation.
We’ve been phenomenal this year and it’s been a hell of a season. Man City’s has been 1 point better though. There’s absolutely no shame in that.

2.) 25 Apr 2019 08:08:29
Fight till the end Redmen! We won’t go away!

3.) 25 Apr 2019 08:16:23
Whilst your at it give is the scores as well as id like to place a bet.

4.) 25 Apr 2019 08:19:17
give yaself a yellow benny :p.

5.) 25 Apr 2019 08:27:04
Benny I have no problem with you or others who believe that, everyone's state of mind is different. It's just a shame that you feel that way,! Using words like 'realistic' is something I'm just not ready to accept yet. The minute I feel that way is the minute that I lose all belief and hope.

And many of us aren't giving up on the belief and hope yet, and I actually feel sorry for the fans like yourself waking up this morning with that feeling that the league is gone. It's possible that we will all feel that crushing heartache in the next week or 2 but it's also possible in my mind that the most amazing moment as a fan might still be around the corner.

I'm not letting go of that hope until I need to. It's not like city need 1 point from 3 games, it's not a completely hopeless dream to imagine they can slip up in 1 of 3 games.

6.) 25 Apr 2019 08:41:49
Benny you bash optimistic people for trying to remain optimistic? aren't you doing the exact same thing as those calling you negative.

There is every possibility city drop points, you are not the football oracle you don't have to throw your toys out the cot coz people don't adopt your "realistic" attitude towards yesterday's result.

If everyone was rational we wouldn't get so emotional about 22 men kicking a ball into a net.

7.) 25 Apr 2019 08:53:14
My view is if we give up it takes pressure off city, we need to keep on their tails and hope for a slip. It looks unlikely but weirder things have happened.

{Ed002's Note - Manchester City don’t care if the Liverpool fans “give up” or not. They don’t care.}

8.) 25 Apr 2019 09:27:47
I’ve loved this season, it’s not over at all Benny, they just have the advantage, that’s all. Teams blow it on the last day and every day before mate. I wouldn’t be surprised if both teams drop points before the end.

9.) 25 Apr 2019 09:31:35
Why is this idea of giving up even being considered? Nonsense.

10.) 25 Apr 2019 09:38:55
Being a realistic? Are you joking? There is a team out in those 3 which defeated them in the reverse fixture. before that match u would have said be realistic . then what about burnley? They have defeated the previous year champions whenever they have been in epl recently. point is no match is decided before kickoff. let's just get behind the boys. wherever it may take us. coz we are Liverpool.

11.) 25 Apr 2019 09:49:26
It’s not about giving up 😂 or keeping hope. This is nothing to do with supporting Liverpool.
You need to understand the league is out of our control. Just because Man City WILL win the league, you automatically think I want to stop supporting Liverpool and don’t want to win our remaining games? 😂
Like klopp said, you don’t support or play just for the holy grail.
Not one of you who say “ keep the hope “ “they can drop points” etc, would go and put your house on Liverpool winning the league. Not one. And that’s my point. Give over the blind optimism. Feel free to prove me wrong and someone go and put a pony on Liverpool to win the league.

12.) 25 Apr 2019 10:03:47
Benny, I wouldn’t put my house on city winning it either mate. I’m not sure what your arguing except that your very passionate and passion is always welcome. There will always be a few people who go both extremes. It’s how we deal with things. No one here on this site can argue that we “lost” the league only that man city won it. This isn’t news, look at the points tally. That said, it’s a little unfair to patronize those who believe there is hope and are riding that hope until the final day.

13.) 25 Apr 2019 10:07:24
On their day City will beat everyone in the league, they were NEVER going to be complacent in the derby game.
If there was 1 game of their last 4 which I was certain they’d win, it was that one.
However, Burnley away is a tough fixture, they don’t concede very easily, they like to spoil the party, they always play with a physical edge.
Leicester have some big players, it wasn’t long ago they were champions and with a new manager they are playing for their futures.
Brighton are not safe, Chris Hughton knows how to set up a team.

I don’t think City will win their last 3 games.
That being said - Wolves and Newcastle will be tough games for Liverpool and Huddersfield are not walkovers.

14.) 25 Apr 2019 11:44:16
Benny mate, as you are so confident in your ability to see into the immediate future (“City WILL win the league”), can you let me have the winning numbers for this week’s Lotto please. I’ll let you have a slice of my winnings.

15.) 25 Apr 2019 13:00:19
Not sure about blind optimism, Benny, but you're being blindingly negative. When Klopp told supporters to believe, im sure he didn't mean only when we are on top of the league. there's 9 points left still. City look ruthless but they have had blips before. Throwing the towel in at this stage makes no sense at all, just because City look good. I guess there's no point watching next season either as City’s team will be the same or strengthened. Probably best to give up on the Champions League as Messi will be playing and Barcelona beat Man Utd by more than City did.
Cmon Benny, you're better than this.

16.) 25 Apr 2019 14:31:45
I'm with you Benny.
The odds are in City's favour and they are most likely to win it. That doesn't mean that we can't celebrate the results we've achieved this season. Only losing once so far out of 35 games is phenomenal.
But realistically City will win the league and there is not much we can do about that. Win our games, yes, but it is out of our hands.
After the draws against Leicester and West Ham I'd made peace with us coming second. It probably will happen and fair play to City if they win it.
Probably our best chance until Pep leaves or City get properly punished for the fiddling their books.

17.) 25 Apr 2019 15:16:24
I just don't understand why people are celebrating another failure. facts are facts we will win nothing again this season.
just seems people are happy to settle for 2nd best.

18.) 25 Apr 2019 15:26:15
Its not over yet. Leicester took points before, they can do it again. We have a massive chance of winning the European Cup.

Whatever happens, i have been so proud of the team this year and i only see them getting stronger.

Its coming.

19.) 25 Apr 2019 19:07:01
Benny, you asking us to be realistic is to me a lack of self belief and courage, as you are afraid to keep your head high, and believe in a good outcome of events REGARDLESS of the unfavorable odds. You may not know this BUT being a true fan, requires you to be an eternal optimist and believe your team can do it. Same thing goes for athletes. They are also eternal optimists who believe things can be accomplished regardless of all the odds.

If that was not the case then how did we overcome a 3-0 deficit in Istanbul? How did we overcome WH in the FA Cup? How did we get to where we got to this season? How did Klopp win all the trophies he has won against all odds? If you are a manager and you are always "realistic" then I promise you, you will not last in that career or even that of an athlete.

You are free to be "realistic" and throw in the towel BUT pls, do not lecture the rest of us just cos you lack the bottle to believe in your team till the very end. After all it's not like City are 5 points ahead with 3 to go. They are ONE point ahead with three to go and we still have a chance and as long as we still have a chance, the rest of us will BELIEVE till the end. You on the other hand, can remain "realistic". Peace!



29 Dec 2018 13:53:55
Ed2 I must say you are the best wind up merchant ever. Please never stop and when the knuckle staggers start up again please don't disappear, although I completely understand why you do. When I see you are replying to posts I generally read your reply's before the post! Thanks for all you do and most importantly put up with.


{Ed002's Note - You are too kind.}



07 Nov 2018 02:02:16
So tonight was at best pathetic. Overall big picture it's not the end of the world. The other 2 drawing made it less frustrating. All that said the boys need to start finishing. We let the Gunners get a point, we allowed Red Star to win. We keep creating chances but seem to keep choking. Players occupying same places, playing weak passes and not making a full challange. We are hurting ourselves more than being hurt by the opposition. Whatever the lads need to do to fix it I hope it happens soon. It's not all doom and gloom jus to frustrating.




26 Oct 2018 13:26:16
So I see the what about so and so from posts coming in again. Could we use another player or two to bolster the team? Most likely but who leaves to allow them a seat on the bench? Our bench has been excellent this year in fairness and it's grest to see Danny back making an impact. We all knew Shaqiri had the potential it was a matter of application. So far I think it's fair to say he has shown he has it, plenty of it. Fabinho being allowed to settle is looking like a great move. He had a great game Wednesday. As ed25 notes the opposition wasn't a test but nonetheless he grew into the game. Lastly rotating Hendo, Gini, Milner and Keita is proving to be a great treat. Sorry to say Llanna seems to have lost a step so maybe he can make room for someone, like Ox. My point after this long spout is let's see how we get on the next 2 months. Let's give our youth a chance. Let's not worry about others and how might they fit. Enjoy the weekend guys.


1.) 26 Oct 2018 14:17:12
I'd like to see a chance for some younger players personally. I think Milner is great, but he's 32 now. He's prob got another season or two but if we could prepare a younger player ready to step in. Other than that Lallana, seems to be similar scenario to Ings. He needs plenty of games and I can't see him getting that at Liverpool.

2.) 26 Oct 2018 15:19:53
Hmm, always seems to be the case that we need 1 or 2 players to complete the squad and make us contenders.
I can’t see any weaknesses in our first team though and the immediate back ups are performing quite alright as well, so don’t see the need to add anyone in the immediate future, don’t think I’ve ever been able to say we have a complete squad for my entire adult life.

3.) 26 Oct 2018 18:58:39
I think priorities should be a permanent RB to allow Gomez a permanent CB role and Trent a chance to prove his worth in the centre. Secondly a creative attacking midfielder, this could happen by allowing Shaqiri the role, or promoting Wilson upon his return. Hendo, Milner and Gini and Fab all have ability and work ethic but are not quite that David Silva/ Coutinho I think the team is currently missing. A back up for Robinson as Moreno clearly isn’t it. Maybe young Lewis. Hope to see Brewster play some games when he’s fit rather than Origi or Solanke also. l and Studge as great as he’s been recently is getting no younger.

4.) 26 Oct 2018 19:46:53
I worry that if we were to buy a RB then Trent won’t get a look in in midfield, we are well stocked there and they are all at this time ahead of Trent in the midfielders role. Keep Trent at RB with Gomez and Fabinho as back up and he will get the experience he needs to make it with us.

5.) 26 Oct 2018 20:18:15
Spot on, Westwood. We need cover for both FB positions and we can do that by promoting from within or go out in Jan BUT I doubt if you will get a guy to come in and be second fiddle in Jan. That makes no sense. I trust Klopp to do what is right in this instance. Apart from FB cover, we are good to go, IMO.

6.) 26 Oct 2018 21:09:40
Do not try to fix that which is not broken. It's going okay and the points tally is excellent. Unless injuries require it, I am not for putting any youngster into Milner's place. If we lose points than most will say "what do you expect from a youngster, he needs game time and experience". The reality is that we will have lost points and they will not be regained when Milner is put back in the team.

7.) 26 Oct 2018 22:41:12
The only position I can think of is lb. I don't trust moreno and can you imagine robbo getting injured with 5 games left and us at the top of the league. Also if sturridge gets injured then we may be a bit light up top. We do have solanke and brewster though and I'd like to see them given a shot.

I think we may sign another cm in the summer. Hendo will be knocking on 29/30, milner 33 and lallana 31.

8.) 27 Oct 2018 09:32:50
Gomez has shown in the past that he is a capable lb when required. Id personally go with trent loven virgil gomez if available rather than Moreno at lb. I don't see Moreno being there next year so I think its better to use the players that will be.



30 Aug 2018 18:21:23
Tough group but at the end of the day it's the best teams in Europe, we have to face tough teams at every stage to get to the final. In reality there are never any easy games. All we need to do is play our best football every match and we should be fine.


1.) 30 Aug 2018 18:32:18
I'm happy with that draw. Napoli won't be the team they were last season with ancelotti, PSG are better in attack than in defence which will suit us, and Belgrade will be tough but manageable.

2.) 30 Aug 2018 19:00:08
Not many teams go to Napoli and win, we probably will have to beat them at home.
Don’t get this play the best nonsense, rather cities group than ours, yes we did well last season but there’s no guarantee we are even getting out the group this year.

3.) 30 Aug 2018 18:56:11
There are a lot of easy games like Maribor, Shakhtar, Porto and how about Group D? City are also placed in the most easiest group in the competition.

4.) 30 Aug 2018 19:31:12
Really excited for our group games, they're tough but winnable!

5.) 30 Aug 2018 19:36:48
Tough group for PSG, Napoli and Red Star.

6.) 30 Aug 2018 19:53:19
Just ask yourself what the other fans are thinking when looking at who they drew.

Psg liverpool and the other for napoli. Are they happy with them? Do they look at that as easy.
Napoli, liverpool and other for psg. Are they happy?

Where no mugs anymore. We are to be feared.

7.) 30 Aug 2018 20:00:04
We will need to take at least 7 points at home and find a way to get another 3 points at least away from home. 10 points gets you into the next round. It's that simple.

8.) 30 Aug 2018 21:39:44
I think we can get 12 points, and come top of this group .




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27 Feb 2019 19:54:58
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30 Jan 2019 16:48:20
How about this, worry about our next game. Simple. Who cares about anyone else next 13 games. I only care about each game as it comes and hope the same is true for the lads on the pitch. Get in the bubble, stay in the bubble and play each game as if it’s the last.




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06 Dec 2018 15:35:47
Salah I agree to a point on Studge. Once Mo and Bobby came on he dropped a bit deep and started playing lovely balls forward. His pass to Mo to set up 3rd goal an example . He did what was needed and well at that in the final 20 minutes.




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30 Nov 2018 13:33:11
One of my favorite players, you could tell he loved the club. A great memory of him was off the pitch, on a summer break he went home to Brazil, he’s from a ranching background apparently, and there’s a photo of him on horseback essentially being a cowboy. I still get a mile thinking about it.




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27 Nov 2018 12:40:19
They’d are a French Team, with Neymar flopping around it’ll look like a white flag waving.