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Team: Liverpool


Where from: Singapore


Favourite player: Steven Gerrard


Best team moment: When LFC nearly won the BPL during the 2013/2014 season.


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16 Apr 2015 08:27:32
hi Eds, I read that Arsenal are also interested to sign Milner. I'm sure they will have the upper hand if it is true as they are almost guaranteed a CL spot. Any truth in the rumour?

DAPred

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any interest from them.}


1.) 16 Apr 2015 09:23:36
No one else showing real intetest at this stage then ed? I think he would be a good addition if we can get him, do you?

{Ed002's Note - Manchester City were looking for James Milner to agree a new contract but they accepted that he won't. There is interest from Valencia (although I think they have now moved on), Roma (with rekindled interest), Inter and from Liverpool - his wage demands might be an issue.}


 

 

 

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13 Oct 2015 02:15:28
Fresh from being appointed as the new Liv manager, rumours are already flooding in even before our first game under Klopp. I personally believe its a ll media bullsh*t. Common sense would suggest that Klopp will need to access the players he inherited and see how they respond to his training and tactics. Even those left out by Rodgers previously would have a fresh opportunity to impress. So, I don't see why there should be talks of any ins or outs before we even kick the ball. Having said that, I'm sure he will need to tweak the team a bit when the opportunity arises, hopefully in the Jan transfer window.

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1.) 13 Oct 2015 09:40:59
We all knew there was weak areas of the squad before Klopp arrived and I really can't see this changing much. Klopp may well improve every player individually but is Mignolet going to become a world class keeper all of a sudden? CDM may well be another area that needs work. Rossiter may well come through and earn his place, Lucas I see as good for cover. Some have mentioned Can for that role but I don't see that happening as all his big weaknesses are defensive. Your also losing his big strengths IMO, his energy and willingness to run with the ball, his vision and ability to pick a pass. All of us can only guess though, just like the media. I doubt even Klopp himself has much of an idea yet.


 

 

21 Apr 2015 04:05:14
Hi Eds,
Things are not going particularly well for Liverpool at the moment. There are growing unrest about BR's future but I'm sure that will only be determined at the end of the season. My question is, IF Rodgers were to be sacked, will it in any way affect our current transfer targets? I'm sure every manager will have their own list of players they want to manage. Thanks!

DAPred

{Ed002's Note - There would likely be some minor differences.}


 

 

 

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17 Nov 2016 07:48:46
My personal opinion would be, he'll stay on if he's not pushed out of the club. at least till the Summer. We're in a good position to be in the title race and I'm sure he'll love to win something with Liverpool. Even with limited playing time, he's still a regular with the England squad and I'm sure he'll get more playing time once Mane is away. Till then, he will still play but I doubt he'll be in the first 11 if everyone is fit.

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11 Oct 2016 04:26:11
We really ought to keep our best players. Only sell if a player no longer has the desire to play for our club or if our manager thinks that he is no longer in his plan. We're trying to build a successful team under Klopp, so I do not see the logic of selling our top players and buying someone new, and we need time to train and develop them all over again. We want progress, and only with progress, we can keep our best players and attract other good players to join us.

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29 Aug 2016 08:29:40
I think the whole Sturridge thing is blown out of proportion. He is a top player and he wants to play in his best position. Of course he would be pissed if he's not selected to play when he is fit. Would you rather have a player who is more than happy to be paid to sit on the bench? His problem is his inability to hide his disappointment. I notice, he isn't happy even if he is subbed out. What Sturridge needs to learn is that he cannot expect to be automatically selected for every game. Everyone needs to fight for their place and its up to Klopp to decide if he plays or not and football is a team sport. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. There's no guarantee that he will score even if he started the match. Maybe Klopp is more cautious when it comes to Sturridge because he could be injured again if he's over used.

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24 Jun 2016 03:13:56
Hold your horses guys! Just because our player is linked with a move, doesn't mean it will happen. We are linked with tons of players but not all of them will happen. Besides, it is good that other clubs appreciate the quality of our players. I'd be surprised if our top performers are not in any way involved in any rumours.

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05 Nov 2015 05:46:35
I'm glad many fans recognizes that Gerrard's time as a player for Liverpool is over and rightly so. As much as he's a legend, it is time for others to step up and bring the club forward the way Gerrard did in his prime. Klopp should not be pressured to bring back ex-stars but rather bring in whoever he feels is right for his style and vision. That would include future signings or no signings at all if he can somehow utilize and improve our current crop of players. I would be more than happy to see our current squad perform well than keep buying and buying without producing the goods eventually. But I have no doubt that Klopp will surely get some players in or out. but not like 6 or 7 players like Rodgers did.

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