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11 Jan 2016 10:44:54
Hi Eds, I know you guy's dealt with the Pato stuff last week, but a lot of people today on the official LFC forums are talking about a done deal for Pato. Has there been a change to what you guys said last week? Thanks in advance.

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{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any "done deal" but if the official club forum has announced it is then the club would not say that unless the player had obtained a work permit after passing his medical and agreeing personal terms and the club had agreed and paid the fee to Corinthians and the fee to the third party owners and the six representatives who need paying off.}


1.) 11 Jan 2016 11:11:45
Sorry Ed, I didn't word that correctly, I should have written that fans are talking about it on the forums, there isn't an official announcement from the club. But as for your response I understand what you mean.


2.) 11 Jan 2016 13:08:43
Hey bris, just posted on rumours but a few days ago it was on fox sports and Aus ESPN, it's now on BBC and a few other LFC and media sites. Done deal for 11 million Pound.

{Ed002's Note - There you go, apparently (according to the poster) Liverpool and the BBC say it is a "done deal".}


3.) 11 Jan 2016 13:17:10
I'm hoping it's not true, and honestly believed that when it was reported in the Aus media on Saturday, really worried now that it's being reported elsewhere, BBC alerts are generally spot on with there info but I'm praying this is one of the ones they are getting wrong.


4.) 11 Jan 2016 14:09:24
The BBC are NOT reporting it. It is just in their Monday Gossip section where they reference the Star.
If there is any truth to it I really hope it's a loan and not 11 million as suggested. We don't need another big Balotelli ballsup.


5.) 11 Jan 2016 15:11:59
"My private advice to you is don't follow the Pato path any longer. "

Thanks Jurgen. Moving on.

{Ed002's Note - Maybe the club have not told Klipperty it is a "done deal"?}


6.) 11 Jan 2016 18:23:30
Maybe jurgen can't pronounce the word patio?


7.) 12 Jan 2016 08:57:25
Pato means duck in Spanish, maybe he was just telling the journos not to go down the path with ducks on it.


 

 

 

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02 Feb 2016 13:12:04
Ed's, what role would Jurgen Klopp have in the money a transfer would cost for a player he may want. Using Teixeira as an example, would he say something like, I like this player, would like him to come here but don't pay anymore than 30 mil for him because he isn't worth more than that. Or is it more the case he says I like the player and its up to Ayre or whomever to deal with the transfer fees etc? Thanks in advance.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - No, Klopp would not be assigning values to players. He may be part of a discussion on how much the club bid but that is all.}


1.) 02 Feb 2016 14:38:53
Shock, horror Ed2, are you saying that it wasn't Rogers fault that Lfc paid too much for the likes of Baloteli, Firminio Allen etc etc, if he had no say in how much to bid.

{Ed002's Note - The money is not, and never has been, the responsibility of the manager.}


2.) 02 Feb 2016 15:25:41
He`s already said we will not spend money we don`t have nor for the sake of it. That`s his input right there.


 

 

31 Jan 2016 09:06:49
What are your thoughts in regards to Ward Ed, seems a little baffling to bring him back from what was a reportedly successful loan stint, when we are even yet to see him play. It seems very strange and seems to point to our continued misuse of our younger players, it seems as he would have been better off staying at Aberdeen, at least he would have been playing week in, week out. Maybe I am jumping the gun a little, and there is a plan for him to play in some coming games or the EL. Thanks in advance.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - The fans have massively over-reacted to his return. They see secret messages in everything that happens. Nothing more.}


1.) 31 Jan 2016 09:34:46
Hi Brisbane,

I'm very surprised by this too but can only imagine klopp trusts bogdan that little that he wants to have ward waiting in the wings and Jan would have been the only time Aberdeen would have let him go mid season?


2.) 31 Jan 2016 09:38:05
Every team had a reserve keeper on the bench. Clearly Bogdan wasnt good enough so we bring Ward back in.

He's been playing well so that seems very logical.

Why is that misuse of a player?

Hes contracted to Liverpool, just had some experience at Aberdeen and done well so has now forced his way up the pecking order.


3.) 31 Jan 2016 09:56:40
Sorry Ed, I'm not really sure what you mean by secret messages and massive over reactions. I was ask for your thoughts on whether it may have been better to stay on loan where he was playing, than sitting on the bench not playing is all.

{Ed002's Note - You asked for my thoughts in regards to Ward. My thoughts are based on the surprise given to me by the collective orgasm of the Liverpool fans when this reserve player was taken back from having played a few games in Scotland. Since then I have seen hundreds of posts proposing Ward as the savior of the season - and there is zero basis for such weird thoughts by the fan base. He is simply another kid that the manager has decided to end the loan of in order to provide a vastly bloated squad and an increased wage bill. He has gone from getting good and useful experience to hanging out in Liverpool. Makes some sense if Bogdan were to be released from his contract tomorrow or Liverpool find somewhere that he is happy to go on loan to. But that is not why Ward's loan was ended early.}


4.) 31 Jan 2016 10:45:01
Everyone was raving about Llori as the saviour to Liverpool defensive woes, until he was given his chance and struggled to run after ten minutes.

Not everything is a solution.


5.) 31 Jan 2016 13:17:42
Difference is Davey, Ward was playing well, albeit in the Scottish leagues, whereas Ilori wasn't even playing, so not getting match fitness! Why bring Ward back to have him sit on the bench, especially for an FA Cup match where there were other youngsters playing? I appreciate he'll be understudy to Mignolet in PL and EL matches, but why bring him back for bench work in FA Cup matches, when he could have had much more in Scotland with Aberdeen and so gain much needed experience? I know the answer in a way and that will be if Mignolet gets a bad injury on Feb 5th, he'll be around to step in rather than the other option of Bogdan! Trouble is, Bogdan was at least getting a few games, even if played badly in!


 

 

18 Jan 2016 06:51:20
Ed001/ 002,

I'm curious as to the obligations of the buying club in a loan to buy scenario as Balotelli has with AC MIlan. I think one of you mentioned that there was already an agreed fee for him attached to the loan to buy deal. I am not really sure on what obligations MIlan has in the way of sticking to the deal and buying him for the agreed amount. I assume they don't have to go through with buying him, but if they do the fee is already set in stone and its just a matter of signing off on the permanent deal. Thanks in advance.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - It depends whether it is a loan to buy or a loan with an option to buy. In the case of Balotelli the fee is fixed for Milan if the decide to buy.}


 

 

18 Jan 2016 06:51:20
Ed001/ 002,

I'm curious as to the obligations of the buying club in a loan to buy scenario as Balotelli has with AC MIlan. I think one of you mentioned that there was already an agreed fee for him attached to the loan to buy deal. I am not really sure on what obligations MIlan has in the way of sticking to the deal and buying him for the agreed amount. I assume they don't have to go through with buying him, but if they do the fee is already set in stone and its just a matter of signing off on the permanent deal. Thanks in advance.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - It depends whether it is a loan to buy or a loan with an option to buy. In the case of Balotelli the fee is fixed for Milan if the decide to buy.}


 

 

18 Jan 2016 06:51:20
Ed001/ 002,

I'm curious as to the obligations of the buying club in a loan to buy scenario as Balotelli has with AC MIlan. I think one of you mentioned that there was already an agreed fee for him attached to the loan to buy deal. I am not really sure on what obligations MIlan has in the way of sticking to the deal and buying him for the agreed amount. I assume they don't have to go through with buying him, but if they do the fee is already set in stone and its just a matter of signing off on the permanent deal. Thanks in advance.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - It varies depending whether it is a loan to buy or a loan with an option to buy. But in the case of Balotelli if they wish to buy him the fee is fixed.}


 

 

 

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18 May 2016 05:56:31
Sorry Rd002, I meant to write Lollichon was mentioned in the link, not approached. Obviously I take most links with a grain of salt, just thought i'd mention what I saw as goalkeeping coaches were being spoken about.

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17 May 2016 17:41:23
Ed's I don't know if you have heard or seen the links with Chelsea's goalkeeping coach being approached. I saw that somewhere yesterday. can't think of his name now. Petr Cech has talked him up previously about how much he improved his game.

BrisbaneLFC

{Ed002's Note - Christophe Lollichon. I am not aware of Liverpool approaching him. It would obviously be an issue if they have made a direct approach.}


 

 

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16 May 2016 09:34:33
AG, apologies if you took my comment as meaning that your opinion doesn't or shouldn't count, didn't mean it to sound this way. I just meant that Klopp seems to have a good record of buying young players and developing them, and if he sees Zielinski or anyone else he may wish to buy important in his plans moving forward, then I for one won't criticize him.

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16 May 2016 05:29:09
Yet interesting AG, many here heap the praise on Milner and Henderson for their running ability while they both lack in other aspects of their games. If Klopp wants Zielinski, who are we to argue with that?

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14 May 2016 09:48:30
Kevin Volland can play left wing, right wing and striker. He is pretty good at all of them. It seems he is a player Klopp is very much interested in going by the Ed's comments regarding Klopp wanting him watched extensively. Would be a good signing IMO.

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09 Jun 2016 05:47:26
The last thing Henderson is is a good leader. He more often than not, goes missing when it really matters.

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09 Jun 2016 05:45:15
Coutinho is only worth what the market is prepared to pay for him, similar to any saleable commodity.

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20 May 2016 06:39:08
Not starting Lucas as DM was the biggest mistake. I know most Liverpool fans hate him, but he is our best DM by far.

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18 May 2016 09:33:30
Furthermore, I think being in the CL or not, it won't make one iota of difference to who Klopp is targeting. Klopps targets will remain Klopp's targets whether we win tonight or not. I highly doubt we have ever been interested in Ter Stegan or him in us.

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18 May 2016 09:30:12
A highly rated Karius for around 5 mil, or a barely played, bench warmer Ter Stegan for 20 mil? I know which one I have always preffered. That's the cheap one.

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