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28 Oct 2016 00:09:37
Eds, is this true that we signed this 15 yr old emeka obi, and is he really as highly rated as reported?

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{Ed001's Note - we are waiting on some paperwork, but yes it seems to be all done apart from that. He is very highly rated, but a lot of that is down to his physique.}


1.) 28 Oct 2016 06:33:47
Hopefully doesn't turn out to be like Cherno Samba.


2.) 28 Oct 2016 08:30:15
He's 6"5. I guess you could say he's tall for his age.


3.) 28 Oct 2016 08:42:58
Thanks ed001 much appreciated, what position does he play?

{Ed001's Note - he has played defence up until now, but youngsters often end up playing in a completely different position when they are an adult. Carragher was a striker as a kid, before becoming a midfielder and then ending up a defender.}


4.) 28 Oct 2016 13:11:45
Either tall for his age or young for his height.


5.) 28 Oct 2016 13:36:50
Firmino was a centre back also, I believe.


6.) 28 Oct 2016 14:52:40
Van Der Sar was once a midfielder as a kid

Also Klass-Yan Huntelaar was once a keeper I believe.


7.) 28 Oct 2016 15:07:53
Firmino was a defensive midfielder when he was younger actually Annie, he attributes that to why the defensive side of his game his so strong.


8.) 28 Oct 2016 20:51:44
Actually Annie is correct, he did play CB when he was younger.


9.) 29 Oct 2016 11:49:07
If he is 6"5 at 15 years old he is going to end up playing as a centre in the NBA.


 

 

 

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24 Dec 2016 10:09:41
Just wanted to wish all the eds an fellow reds a happy xmas. may u all be blessed with good fortune and happiness and of course may the mighty reds give us what we long for in 2017.

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13 Dec 2016 10:12:41
I know this has been done to death but I really wish klopp would give sakho another chance. i think a pairing of him and matip would be immense. they would compliment each other massively. if not give ilori a chance. i think both are a step above lovren.

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1.) 13 Dec 2016 10:29:54
Sakho doesn't deserve to play for us. If it wasn't for his attitude sure, him and Matip would be great together but he's done and dusted at Liverpool.


2.) 13 Dec 2016 14:00:52
If you know this has been done to death and know the reasons why Sahko (who I love) isn`t playing, why are you bringing it up? The only reason Sahko is not playing is well, Sahko.


3.) 13 Dec 2016 15:59:33
Because Hamilton while he is a lfc player it is still a relevant discussion. i wash the u23s week in, week out and I can't see a stronger partnership than matip and sakho. yes his attitude was terrible but has he not knuckled down and got on with it since. suarez did much worse and we got behind him. i just think it's a waste of an exceptional defender and considering our lapses lately sometimes u have to bite the bullet.


4.) 13 Dec 2016 17:36:51
Just wanted to add, I do not wash the u23s week in week out but I do watch them. 😂😂😂😂.


5.) 13 Dec 2016 18:08:25
Big, there is no biting the bullet here. Sahko has messed up repeatedly, way before Klopp arrived per the Ed`s. Then, he gets into trouble with the doping thing and regardless of him being "exonerated", he should never have been in that position and caused the club some damaging PR and robbed us of him being in the EL final as he may have helped.

If a player messed up that much, wouldn`t he have tried to keep a low profile and keep his head down and work hard to get in the good graces of the club and the managers. Sahko did none of that. On the contrary, he kept messing about, turning up late for meetings and meals and had the gaul to film Klopp during a presser in the U. S in preseason and that was the last straw. Klopp has laid down the law, is fed up with his antics, attitude and unprofessional conduct and whether we are having issues or not in defence, there is NO way Sahko will come back and I fully support Klopp on this.

If we "bite the bullet as you suggest, Klopp has lost credibility with the DR and that is dangerous as other players will think they can mess up too and people like you will make excuses for them to come back. We need all the players and fans on-side and Klopp cannot be seen to be giving a pass on recurrent bad behavior by a known felon in this case, Sahko.

Sorry, but we can`t have the lunatics running the asylum. This is how Suarez got Kenny fired because we all apologized for him for every dreadful thing he did. Sahko`s gone and we should all get over it, myself included and I have. I suggest you do the same.


6.) 13 Dec 2016 18:13:14
You watch them wash?


7.) 13 Dec 2016 18:13:55
How many times a week do you wash them mate?


 

 

17 Nov 2016 13:09:44
Been watching a few of the u23 games this season and as well as the youngsters who we have high hopes for, I am really impressed with ilori. he is calm and composed on the ball, has great pace, one of the quickest cbs I've seen (broke ronaldos sprint record at sporting) and is good in the tackle. i think he has all the attributes to make a top defender. surely should be knocking on the door of the 1st team squad.

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1.) 17 Nov 2016 13:32:42
its just not going to happen for him at Liverpool, especially when you consider lucas plays at centre back when lovren is out, he needs to leave and rebuild his career elsewhere, tbh I don't know why we bought him in the first place.


2.) 17 Nov 2016 13:43:26
I don't get it with this kid. Some many positives reviews about him since before he joined that have continued despite him never featuring? Surely he is lacking something to progress at this level as he couldn't even get a game ahead of Richards Lescott or Clark at Villa. They are all poor poor cbs.


3.) 17 Nov 2016 13:56:49
I feel as though he lacks the desire to succeed.


4.) 17 Nov 2016 14:22:18
Going nowhere unfortunately. the lad had potential but that's gone.


5.) 17 Nov 2016 17:38:56
The Messiah 😇.


6.) 17 Nov 2016 18:23:09
He was never given a chance by the incompetent manager who signed him from the word go and that has damaged him, confidence wise. He came in highly rated 2 years of pointless loans and injuries have definitely staunted his development and there may be no way back for him at LFC. I hope he gets his career on track even if it`s not at LFC.


7.) 17 Nov 2016 20:04:48
Ive been watching them too and agree with BigSqueeze that there is much to like about Ilori. Fast, good on the ball, passing. However he does seem to get caught out of position a bit, gets sucked towards the ball and forgets about what behind him.


8.) 17 Nov 2016 21:00:28
I think he could genuinely be one of those players we let go and then regret it within couple of years. mark my words if he goes he will be at a big club and for a big fee within 2 years.


9.) 17 Nov 2016 22:22:59
I think he's going to come good and I hope its us that benefits.
All of a sudden it will all come together.
He's got all the attributes to be a top player. He probably now needs more physical football than the u23s, maybe Scottish prem. for a year and then a full preseason with klopp.


10.) 18 Nov 2016 08:31:42
He was never fit enough to show his potential and the club, rogers in particular needs to take some responsibility for that. Being farmed out across europe and the uk has not helped him either and it must surely have knocked his confidence given the clubs historical lack of support and plan for loaned players.

I too think he can be a very good defender but sadly not at lfc, for the sake of his career he needs to move somewhere where he feels he is wanted and start to show his potential again. With all due respect ron i expect more from you than those messiah jibes, he has been mis-treated by the club and ridiculed enough by the fans.


 

 

30 Oct 2016 00:24:13
Just an observation but anybody else wonder why karius didn't come out with arms up for their first goal. i just don't understand a gk doing that.

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1.) 30 Oct 2016 01:01:08
Couldn't agree more I personally think he has been shocking for us apart from distribution is better than mings.
hopefully he will get better and rival de gea etc in the premiership as best keeper if honest can't see it happening but would love to be proved wrong.


2.) 30 Oct 2016 01:51:21
I thought he kept his arms down and attempted to head Lovren's ball away, but MacArthur beat him to it.

Also super random, but Karius has pretty long hair for a keeper. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't think of another keeper whose hair is that long. I hope it doesn't get in his eyes at an inopportune moment. The boy needs a headband.


3.) 30 Oct 2016 02:12:09
So it's Karius' fault that Lovren hung him out to dry. The fact that some are blaming Karius for the first goal shows that many are just negative for no reason. IMO. Karius had a very good game and can build from this.


4.) 30 Oct 2016 03:47:32
I think he may have thought that he couldn't handle the ball because it would have been regarded as a back pass? And he thought he was going to get to it before the Palace player.


5.) 30 Oct 2016 04:07:21
Wondered what was going on in his head. He is not much of a shot stopper, but impressive with build up play.


6.) 30 Oct 2016 21:38:11
Xpertoyin, whose head, Karius or Lovren?


7.) 31 Oct 2016 10:06:29
I'm not slating our keeper, I don't slate our players.


 

 

26 Oct 2016 11:01:37
Great performance last night and good to see studge back in the goals. this is the first time as a lfc fan for a good while that we have so many talented players in almost every position. to read the comments regarding who should play where is actually a credit to klopp, the team and of course the owners and academy. may we kick on from here and continue the good work. i for one am the most optimistic and excited towards our prospects as I can be.

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1.) 26 Oct 2016 11:30:37
Agreed, I havn't been this excited since the 13/ 14 season, but the huge difference now is, we're not relying on 1 player (Suarez) now we have a full team of quality not to mention the younger lads. exciting times!


2.) 26 Oct 2016 11:53:54
Liverpoolfc16 couldn't agree more, teams are genuinely scared of us again and we haven't had that fear factor for a while. onviously they were scared of Suarez but now as a unit we are terrifying teams. to play a completely different 11 last night and to still play that quality of football speaks volumes. everyone who played last night would not look out of place in our 1st 11 if needed.


3.) 26 Oct 2016 19:01:00
I would say that this squad is much better than the 2013/ 14 team because there is danger from literally everywhere on the pitch bar GK. In 2014, we had a very good attacking team made up of 3/ 4 players. Now we have a much more homogenous squad and more attacking threats who can do damage in a system that suits them. We no longer rely on the SASAS (Suarez, Studge, and Sterling) for goals. We have goals from the strikers, wingers, midfielders and even CB`s if required. Also, we have a top class manager who is at the helm and has a set yet flexible system of play instead of the one we had in 2014, who seemed to be making it up as he went along.


 

 

 

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24 Jan 2017 12:24:08
Are they asking benfica what they think of him port red, because I thought he played for sporting😂😂😂

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04 Jan 2017 11:40:47
Been watching Juanma as well as the rest of the u23s and he looks quality. great going forward but most importantly, great defending. kid has a bright future.

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28 Oct 2016 08:42:58
Thanks ed001 much appreciated, what position does he play?

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27 Jul 2016 12:41:27
Mario has got serious burners but nothing else as far as I was concerned and Sanches to me is an unbelievable player for his age. he will have a big career ahead of him for sure.

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16 Mar 2016 07:44:04
All the best hutch.

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28 Jan 2017 22:31:04
Good read Irish, because we started so well, everyone's expectations rose higher. beginning of the season with the no money that we spent, I would of been ecstatic with top 4.but as we were bang there so early we immediately scream title. of course the league is our priority and it must come soon but this is klopps 1st full season so let's not be getting on his back already. i agree we do seem to struggle when teams sit deep and defend and I also think we need some serious pace injection. i would like to see a lot more of ojo because our 4-3-3 formation as far as I'm concerned should be 1 central striker and 2 winger/ forwards. firmino must play central in my opinion

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05 Jan 2017 17:07:43
Sweet chin, I never said I'm happy with 4th. im saying of course I want us to win the league but u can only judge us since klopps reign. since he has been here we are playing much better football and much more consistently. we are only half way through the season and so far I am more than happy.

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05 Jan 2017 10:55:19
It's all about progression surely. we are LFC and we all want to be winning titles but let's face it we have exceeded expectations so far this season. every year I want us to win the league but secretly would have settled for top 4.this year I think we have a realistic chance of winning the league but if we don't top 4 is a must. to me it's about building consistency and my hope is that we are in the position we are in now for many years to come. let us create a dynasty like we did in previous years. let every year we be challenging on all fronts. when the top players at home and abroad want to leave their club, let it be Liverpool they want to join. we have a better stadium and a great manager, let this be our time. YNWA.

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29 Dec 2016 10:25:28
Congrats Mk.

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23 Dec 2016 13:40:40
It's obvious we will miss mane because he is the only player we didn't have in our attack last year that we have now and look at the difference. he brings that explosive change of gear that none of our other attackers have. i will be more than happy with ojo stepping into his shoes mins u, because just because a player will be missed, dosent mean we won't win games without him. i think it's just as important to keep matip fit because he brings a much more solid look to our defence and the fact we are unbeaten when he's played says a lot.

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