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30 Nov 2017 18:29:42
Disagree, King. I think you must be watching the Studge of 13/ 14. The complete striker? Surely you gest. The guy has been average and Ed01 has said repeatedly that he has not merited more game time which is why he is not playing. Solanke got a start ahead of him vs Stoke and did okay. If a complete striker is getting benched by a 19 yr old rookie then, a complete striker, Studge is definitely not.




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30 Nov 2017 18:24:54
I remember clearly Ed02 saying we got him too soon and that Chelsea who had first option on him, stepped back as they knew he was not ready. BR's been gone 2 years and we are still cleaning up his useless mess in the TW.





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17 Dec 2017 00:02:08
Spot on, Jezza. The fans fall for the same crap and false media narrative all the time there is a negative result. "Oh the lineup this and the lineup that". It has always been a red herring and a false narrative BUT seems some simply need someone or something to blame for football not being an exact science so they focus on such a pathetic talking point.

Rotation happens all the time with all big clubs esp. during the festive season in the PL. Klopp doid not invent that wheel as Rafa rotated as a policy and that peeved me off. Klopp is doing that to specifically protect our boys from burnout like they sufferred last Dec-Feb. If you don't/ can't understand that then there's no point.




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16 Dec 2017 23:57:07
I want my Ron back as the one we have now is an imposter.

Seriously tho, I would stay well away from VVD. He is not only damaged goods BUT he is not interested in playing for Saints anymore and he has been average if not poor all season. We should look elsewhere for a CB and there are decent if not great ones out there. Not sold on De Vrij tho as he is injury prone and not that quick.




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16 Dec 2017 23:54:40
OP, no one has ever said Pep is overrated. He is a damn good coach and fine manager, no doubt. What we are saying is that he always goes to teams where he has the best players and has DEEEEEEP pockets to spend. He has spent half a billion in the past two seasons so what were you expecting? That they don't run away with the PL? Pep is a fine manager BUT being able to spend 300m every season definitely helps and that, you can't hide from.

Our owners are not City owners (SHOCKER) where if Pep sign a poor GK like Bravo for 35m and he flops, no problem. They drop 40m the next season on Ederson and the move on. If you expect our owners to do that then for sure, you are supporting the wrong club so I suggest you go get your Citeh gear on and support them going forward cos spending half a billion on players in two seasons will NEVER happen under FSG and I am cool with that.




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16 Dec 2017 23:47:51
Jordz, I agree with you overall however, Klopp has changed a bit. Yes, he believes in coaching and moulding players as that is how he started his career at Mainz taking over from his mentor Wolfgang Frank, an Arrigo Sacchi disciple. Frank taught him that you can beat any team if you are meticulous in your training, tactics and preparations cos to him at times, Having your best 11 is better than having 11 of the best players and clearly, that ethos has served him well with the success he has had.

Now the diff. is that he now has more spending power compared to his Bundesliga days so he now has no prob bidding or willing to drop 150m for VVD and Keita if he feels they will improve his team. Pep and Mou do the same thing as well as we see with the mony both have spent. The diff. is that Klopp has his way of recruiting as he will no longer settle for stop gaps so he will rather coach the team up to try to make up for the player he is missing rather than sign one he does not believe in. I'd rather that than just buying for buying sake, something both Pep and Mou do.




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16 Dec 2017 23:39:47
What does Hendo and Milner have to do with this thread, Hailstones as no one was talking about them and they don't even play the same role as KDB?