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15 Jun 2017 09:08:22
hey REDS!

Just looking over some of Suso's highlights from his time at AC Milan and can't help at think we should never of let him go.

At his time at the club I really rated him (more than Sterling) as a future talent and now he seems to be fulfilling his potential also being linked with a lot of big clubs.

What do u guys think? I know its random but a change of topic I suppose haha!

BradleyBear

1.) 15 Jun 2017 09:46:31
A lot of people agree but we're talking 2 different leagues and there's no guarantee he would have had the same impact in this league.


2.) 15 Jun 2017 09:50:11
Suso always had a lot of ability but frankly I never saw him as a top EPL player. Pace and style of the Italian league suits him better. He was definitely not first team material here when he was sold.


3.) 15 Jun 2017 10:10:00
I remember watching him in the Euros or World Cup U19 for Spain and he played a Xabi Alonso or Stevie G (later in his career) deep QB midfield role.

I think this may of suited him better in a league like the Prem because like you said his lack of pace but his passing range and vision is good and he's deceptively strong.


4.) 15 Jun 2017 10:10:34
Aquilani comes to mind.


5.) 15 Jun 2017 10:34:04
Dont say thay ron where about to buy salah.


6.) 15 Jun 2017 11:04:58
Aquilani was very unfortunate with injuries when we signed him. He actually had a lot of quality. On Suso, I loved the lad but how long has he been gone and is still only showing glimpses that he could be a star. He would not have had the playing time here to develop and it was right for him to go. Sterling is on a different level. Only for we got crazy money for him, he would be one of our biggest regrets.


7.) 15 Jun 2017 11:05:21
It's a grass is greener on the other side situation. The background with Rodgers and the fact that Sterling didn't work out make Suso look better on reflection.

If he'd never been our player would he even be on our radar? I doubt it.


8.) 15 Jun 2017 11:31:33
Say for example he bumbled his way through inconsistency for two seasons before now, do you think you would have stood by him while he developed into the player he is now? ( and we're not talking about Iniesta here haha)


9.) 15 Jun 2017 11:53:39
Italian league is a dead slow league and this who watch it regularly ( full length 90 mts ) match would get an idea. You could literally Jogg and walk through the pitch often.


10.) 15 Jun 2017 18:44:38
Suso was a top prospect who didn't get the game time he deserved which caused him to suffer and ultimately, the team to suffer during his final season with us. He would have been a natural player to replace Coutinho's skill and he worked hard. He may never have become a top player no matter what we did, but he certainly merited more game time then he got with us and could have helped us far more than he did.


11.) 16 Jun 2017 17:28:42
Hjikle, this is one of my bugbears. Suso was given a good run in the first team, he got far better opportunities than any youth players has since Klopp took over. His problem was that he made little impact when given pitch time whilst Sterling, who was a year younger, contributed from the start.

Suso was always going to be behind Sterling in the pecking order and therefore chose to leave despite being offered a new contract, it had nothing to do with not being given a chance.


 

 

10 Dec 2015 12:28:57
Hi Eds and fellow REDS!

I would really like to see J. Teixeira have a extended run in the first team.

I really think he got what it takes! what's everyone else's opinion on him?

Cheers.

BradleyBear

1.) 10 Dec 2015 12:44:55
It doesn really matter what everyone else think becase the one that counts, Mister Klopp is appearantly not impressed.


2.) 10 Dec 2015 13:39:52
Who said Klopp isn't impressed?

I like JCT he'll get a chance when all the unwanted fringe players have been moved on.


3.) 10 Dec 2015 13:57:05
TBH our best performances have been from 3 Attacking midfielders up top. Klopp may decide to return to this rather than use the immobile and Disinterested Benteke. I don't think Origi is read to lead the line just yet, so would like to see Klopp revert to to a font 3 of Lallana Fimino and Coutinho, but with Coutinho's recent injury, this may open up space for Tex.

That is my preference of a front 3 at the moment and there's no reason Tex can't slot in there.


4.) 10 Dec 2015 13:38:19
Teixeira plays in an area where Klopp has Lallana, Coutinho, Firmino ahead of him which makes it very difficult for him to get chances as Klopp will want to see what those 3 senior international players have to offer.

The only fit RB is Clyne that's why Randall has got his chances, same goes for Moreno that's why Smith is begining to get his chances. Teixeira is a good player but will have to wait his chance, he will get registered in the europa league squad soon and get more chances then.


5.) 10 Dec 2015 14:58:27
Young players need to be groomed and given chances here and there before before being given extended runs. Builds there confidence, otherwise some "supporters" and the media "experts" will turn on them.
Ibe is a prime example, started the season little off and everybody was giving him stick and his confidence was gone. Thanks god that Klopp came when he did and now Ibe is a very reliable starter.
So let Klopp do his thing!


6.) 10 Dec 2015 15:23:03
I understand people giving out about rodgers not playing tex, but I trust Klopps judgement on whether he's good enough or not.


7.) 10 Dec 2015 15:58:39
Omalley, then by that logic, if klopp doesn't think he is good enough that would justify Rodgers not playing him or registering him for the EL.


8.) 10 Dec 2015 18:54:21
but he could play him in the league or carling cup so.


 

 

02 Oct 2015 09:57:38
Morning everyone!

Purely hypothetical question for you guys/gals!

With Klopp rumours still hitting the headlines (but unlikely he will become Liverpool manager) just wondering who would be your first choice replacement for Todgers out of Ancelotti and Klopp?

Myself would go for Ancelotti based on the fact he has managed in England and won a PL/Cup double not to mention his numerous other accolades. Vastly experienced!

With regards to Klopp I fear he could just be another Villas Boas who did exceptionally well in Portugal just to come to the PL and fall short of the mark. Maybe I am wrong as the Bundesliga is a better standard.

Be great to hear some feedback off everyone!

Ta

BradleyBear

1.) 02 Oct 2015 10:03:01
Head says Carlo,
Heart says Klopp.
Either would do well with us though, both would attract better players to our club and keep them here longer and get more out of them than Rodgers.


2.) 02 Oct 2015 10:03:34
Ancelloti


3.) 02 Oct 2015 10:21:44
Ancelloti for me


4.) 02 Oct 2015 10:56:20
Are there any other managers of similar quality that maybe available or want to manage Liverpool?

Rodgers will drive us into the ground.


5.) 02 Oct 2015 11:12:46
I would of thought there are some just as good but maybe not available.

The two names mentioned most are Klopp and Ancelotti mind.


6.) 02 Oct 2015 11:27:51
Klopp for me. I think we need his Charisma, passion and excitement. Anchelotti is a better fit to a side who is a bit more settled. We need a proper revolutionised approach and a bit of magic.


7.) 02 Oct 2015 11:31:29
Klopp!!! Dortmund was in the very same similar sorry state on the park to us . He used players that was there and brought the best out of them . Carlo had always had the cookies in the cookie jar to eat . Klopp deals with the crumbs


8.) 02 Oct 2015 11:56:47
Well were not getting either so no point discussing it.


9.) 02 Oct 2015 12:10:52
Mikey sums it up head says ancelotti heart says klopp


10.) 02 Oct 2015 12:34:11
Yeah I have to agree with Mikey too.


11.) 02 Oct 2015 12:46:32
All those words could have been applied to rodgers when he arrived, fanobip.

What we need now is experience, proven winners and no nonsense. Klopp is a great manager but he would only be talking the same game as brendan did when he arrived.


12.) 02 Oct 2015 12:53:48
I think LFC could do with someone who has won things in the past and knows how to win in the PL. Ancelotti has experience in the PL and I will lean towards him over Klopp. Klopp's teams play more expansive attacking football though.


13.) 02 Oct 2015 14:01:51
Klopp HAS won things on a much smaller budget than BR so saying he would bve the same as BR makes no sense. i would tae either of them BUT Ancelloti has the advantage because he`s won more in different leagues and has coached in England before as someone already said. CA for me if I had to pick but wouldn`t mind Klopp


14.) 02 Oct 2015 15:16:38
Neither. Emery (probs unrealistic now), De Boer or Farve


15.) 02 Oct 2015 19:34:27
Macca's post whether it turns out to be right or wrong, certainly suggests that the storm clouds are gathering over BR's tenure.

I recently sent an e-mail to FSG pointing out not only my disillusionment with the current situation but also suggesting that they take a look at this website and see just how much the vast majority of Liverpool fanbase on this site are similarly concerned. It would be nice to think that someone did and that what they read made a huge impact.

There have been comments frequently posted on here that without Champions League football it will be difficult to attract top players.
Even without Champions League football, surely there would be a lure when a team is in the EUFA league cup. There are after all decent teams in that competition and now with entry into the Champions' league for the winners that surely is also an attraction.
How would the knowledge, despite a team being in that competition, that their top players are not even guaranteed playing in those matches, affect a player's decision to join a club?
Shouldn't youth be blooded in the likes of the League cup and early rounds of the F A cup rather than in a competition in which the winners gain automatic entry to the Champions' league?

Rodgers has said that he has never lost a derby match but fails to mention that he has only won one. Everton's recent form suggests that they will go into the derby as favourites. He was appointed Liverpool manager after Swansea's fast flowing football style which carried them into the premiership. My understanding is that he took the credit of a team created by Roberto Martinez so this sunday should be very interesting.

Hopefully Macca's source is correct. Whilst we are still within a few points of those 4 Champions' league places we need to fix this asap. It won't be long before we will need to be fighting for a place in the top three and that on current form is a pipe-dream.


 

 

24 Aug 2015 20:54:51
Positive first half!!

Would like to see Can is always passing backwards would like to see him turn and go forward with the ball.

The win is ours for the taken tonight. Fingers crossed

BradleyBear

 

 

09 Aug 2015 16:54:09
Looking very reminiscent to last season first half. Blunt and out of ideas! Need some creative spark from somewhere 2nd half.

Hope this is just first game rust and doesn't become story of the season.

BradleyBear

1.) 09 Aug 2015 17:04:20
Our set up is totally wrong. Midfield isn't creative enough to carry the ball forward. Countinho dropping deep making it easy for them to mark him out.
BR got it wrong in the team selection.


 

 

 

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21 May 2015 11:23:36
pleasant change to hear a good player is desperate to join us, after all the bad news of late!

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07 Jan 2019 12:30:52
I was unaware of any mental health issues sgynwa. It wasn’t aimed Caulker personally and very much tongue in cheek. : (.

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07 Jan 2019 10:42:16
I’d bring in Steven Caulker on loan, can play centre half or striker if needed 👀 😂😂😂.

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08 Mar 2018 10:53:54
Or really upset a few Bluebirds Ron! haha ;)

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31 Aug 2017 21:37:21
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31 Aug 2017 13:21:52
AHAHAHA! Ron lol!

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