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07 Jun 2017 15:45:59
I've read that klopp met with van dijk in Blackpool to personally convince him his future is at anfield . (mirror)

Surely if this is true we will be facing some sort of transfer ban and fine . I fail to see how the club could be so stupid myself and not learn from past events .

Any idea if any the above is true?


1.) 07 Jun 2017 15:59:12
It's true they were spotted on the big dipper together and also shared some Blackpool rock.

2.) 07 Jun 2017 16:00:20
hope not.

3.) 07 Jun 2017 16:11:00
Considering this come from John Cross and the mirror, i really don't believe it. Plus I've seen photos the past couple days on Klopp on holiday in iceland.

4.) 07 Jun 2017 16:15:47
"Mirror" says it all mate 😂.

5.) 07 Jun 2017 16:18:02
Yeh and they both stopped in my hotel and had a full English brekky 😂😂.

6.) 07 Jun 2017 16:18:50
I guess the club would use the Mourinho/ Cole thing as a yardstick.



04 Jun 2017 00:12:38
I've heard a rumour and I stress rumour that hendersons career is basically going to be on a downward slope from now on as this injury means he is going to be playing through pain rest of his career . I was gutted when I heard this as Henderson is an unsung hero in this team and when fully fit and in form 1 of the best midfielders in the league and Europe . Just want the eds to clarify if they have heard anything similar?


1.) 04 Jun 2017 00:28:07
This contradicts what Henderson himself said couple of weeks ago where he said he was as fit as he had been for a long while or something along those lines.

2.) 04 Jun 2017 03:26:04
@DHFC Henderson "when fully fit and in form 1 of the best midfielders in the league and Europe. " Ummmmm, No.

3.) 04 Jun 2017 06:33:37
Ummmm Yes! He on his day has everything. Great stamina, strength, pace is good enough, passing range, leadership, tackling, tracking, goals, assists and desire.

He is underrated and under appreciated by too many fans.

4.) 04 Jun 2017 07:48:29
Come on Max, you should get with the program and realise that if you play for Liverpool you are automatically not good enough and deserve to be slated especially if there is no good reason to.



25 May 2017 20:47:25
Hey eds I know we have been linked with a million and 1 players but how many new faces are expected to arrive as I would love the club to add 2-3 of the highest quality players and promote from within rather than sign 6-7 decent players . Most needed areas are full backs and and left wing for me . I know you can't say it will be this amount or that amount more wanted to know the areas of priority really . Thanks guys.


{Ed025's Note - 2 full backs and a wide player are the priority we are hearing Dhfc, ED002 has outlined the players liverpool are looking at but of course this may change if deals cannot be done, there will be a back up list but the priorities wont change mate..

1.) 25 May 2017 21:02:44
Cheers ed
Really hope the club gets it right this year as I really think we could push on and compete with the likes of Chelsea spurs and city for the league next year also would love to see Wilson getting some game time to me he could be a major player 👌🏻.

{Ed002's Note - I think there will be a significant push from both Manchester sides as well.}

2.) 25 May 2017 21:12:56
Agree with that but don't want to think about Utd doing well. mourinho will spend big as always but I think city could be the team to beat next year.

{Ed025's Note - chelsea will take some stopping in my view Dhfc, they have a very good squad already and roman will no doubt bankroll another couple of worldies too, city for me will have to rebuild and it will take a bit more time but im sure they will be right in the mix mate..

3.) 25 May 2017 22:23:21
Chelsea will struggle to make top 4 next season Ed25.

{Ed025's Note - thats wishful thinking on your part i think ace, i expect them to win the league again as they have the best players and a very good manager, not to mention a very rich owner mate..

4.) 26 May 2017 10:06:27
Chelsea will win the BPL next season as well imo. City have big rebuilding job at the back and Utd are more obsessed with signing household names than players they actually need.

5.) 26 May 2017 10:54:13
Next year Chelsea will have also European Football and will also need a larger squad than the 14 players Conte was using this season but in general they are a team with an excellent spine clear roles in the field. Hope Hazard goes to Real it will be a big blow i think.

6.) 26 May 2017 12:32:46
Ed I'm having no joy on a phone searching for the targets ed02 has highlighted, is there a link as I suspect a lot are having the same problem and then keep asking the same question. The search parameters are too big and common I guess. Ed02 has a lot of posts. Lol.

{Ed001's Note - try the Sharkopods.}

7.) 26 May 2017 12:44:29
They also have 2/ 3 extra players in Kante.



07 Jan 2016 13:14:56
Not so much a rumour but seen this on the Internet . Jerome Sinclair staying at Liverpool rejecting a move to Spain how true is this as the kid needs games at a higher level other than u21 to reach his potential as he could be a decent player.


{Ed002's Note - It is true that his new has rejected an approach from Espanyol to take him as a free agent in the summer.}

1.) 07 Jan 2016 13:28:52
If he wasn't being so disruptive he could well have been starting against Exeter, shame really.

2.) 07 Jan 2016 13:22:39
Also while your there Eds is it the plan of the club to promote the youngsters during this injury laden time rather than buy . I hope so because at our current state I don't think buying is the answer if we are to buy the right people surel the summer is the window klopp will target
Thanks eds.

{Ed002's Note - I really don't know. The critical thing will be to not buy for the sake of it nor buy anyone who does not improve the squad.}

3.) 07 Jan 2016 17:28:37
I think that the sooner we off Jerome Sinclair the better. If we could sell him in January that would be beneficial to all parties as his career seems stalled at present. He is not getting near the first team and is actively seeking a move as well as he is now signed to Aidy Ward. I am not sure whether or not Ward has a problem with us as a club or if it is with Brendan Rodgers though. I get the feeling that we would rather not deal with AW. I like JS but cannot see him getting a game for us next season as he will at least fourth choice striker after the summer changes.

4.) 08 Jan 2016 11:13:11
Ok, I'm guessing I missed something here. I know he refused a new contract, but how is he being disruptive? I haven't seen or heard anything on here or any of the mainstream media sites myself.




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17 Feb 2018 07:47:23
Hey eds and reds

Was wondering what the plan is with grujic
By all accounts he's doing very well playing the 6 at Cardiff bar a few random pot shots from distance.
Is he a possibility to play deputy to Henderson as the 6 next season or will he be loaned/ sold
I think he could be a colossus in midfield he needs to bulk up and get fitter from what I've seen

Cheers eds.


{Ed001's Note - it depends on him, before he went out he was not working hard enough in training and so not getting chances because he did not earn them. Instead his dad was busy whining in the press. Now he has gone out on loan and had the kick up the arse he needed and hopefully it will have clicked. However it is up to him, he has to play well, work hard and earn his chance for next season.}

1.) 17 Feb 2018 08:33:34
The question is whether there is a place for him in the squad next season. Our midfield will be overloaded even if Can, Milner and probably Lallana leave. We have Keita and probably another midfielder coming in the summer. Hendo, Keita, OX, Gini, new mid competing for the midfield slots so Grujic better step up big time. Half a***d effort in training or poor performances in the championship will not cut it anymore. Its do or die for his LFC career.

{Ed002's Note - The problem comes IB from promises being made to players and not kept - hence the issues there have been. The ideal time for the loan would have been when he first arrived but that was not possible. YUou are right he is rapidly heading for a decision point, and hopefully Liverpool take the lesson learned away from this whole affair.}

2.) 17 Feb 2018 08:47:52
Unfortunately I think its too late for Grujic's LFC career. The kid will not want to be rotting on the bench or stands next season so a loan (more likely) or a sale will do his career a favour. But even that will probably be done with a view to raising the transfer fee if he plays well. No matter what Klopp says in the media, I think deep down he knew Grujic was never going to be a quality option in midfield especially with fans getting impatient for trophies and the player himself not giving 100% every time in training.
The blame for Grujic's LFC career however cannot be laid solely at LFC's doorstep due to lack of proper planning for youngsters' careers. Grujic and his dad must have had a say in matters and it looks like wrong decisions were made by both parties at all intervals.

{Ed002's Note - It is Liverpool's fault IB. Commitments were made that should not have been. Liverpool agreed to the transfer of Grujic after agreeing a record fee with Red Star Belgrade and making an astonishing wage offer (which has very much come back to bite the club due to the structuring of it. I don't know what promise of game time had been made but it was explained by his representative that Liverpool offered him a year as a squad player getting regular playing time and then the step up to the first team - the same promise as Klopp would lie to the Work Permit committee about. This far outstripped any other offer, particularly with the club are promising significant starting game time. Inter could not match the transfer fee in cash and certainly not the wages even though they were his first choice destination. Chelsea offered a lower transfer fee (that could have been resolved) but would not be looking at him for the first team for probably two and a half years. That would comprise an initial loan back to Red Star (perhaps even including the next season at Red Star - but that was not Chelsea's preference) and then two years on loan in Europe as he was seen as being behind the pecking order of another midfield player (Pasalic) who was going through that process with Chelsea already. Liverpool's offer also ended interest from Napoli, Hamburg, Wolfsburg, PSG, Manchester United, Everton, Manchester City and Roma (although none of these clubs put a firm offer on the table as I understand it) but Stuttgart, Udinese and Anderlecht had proposals which they thought would be more acceptable to the family of the player who were worried about the damage a move to Liverpool could do to his career - not just financial proposals but career building proposals. In order to get a work permit Klopp showed up to the hearing and made guarantees which Liverpool needed to keep or it could potentially be taken away - and that is the reason for the loan now. The wages are very significant for a player of his age. The club should not make any guarantees to youngsters.}

3.) 17 Feb 2018 09:30:00
Ed2 do you think we’ve learned with the new Colombian kid we’ve signed and sent on loan or do you think that is to get him a work permit? I’m still hopeful that criticism he received will be the makings of him.

{Ed002's Note - Arroyo is different to the likes of Allan, Taiwo Awoniyi and Brooks Lennon which were mistakes given the lack of a development structure. Lennon has left completely and the others will struggle to qualify again this coming summer. Arroyo is a risk because he does not qualify for a Work Permit but he has been purchased with some sort of plan in place. A couple or three years on loan and progression through the international ranks would help but Liverpool will likely still need the help of the "special conditions" clauses. Right now the credibility Liverpool had has gone. In two or three years it will be different.}

4.) 17 Feb 2018 11:30:54
Surely whatever promises were made to the player, he still has to hold up his side and put the effort in in training. Add to that he's had his fair share of injuries. it works both ways.

5.) 17 Feb 2018 11:15:24
The lesson learned for FSG / Club / Board : Not all youngsters would go on and become a £50 mill profit like sterling!

6.) 17 Feb 2018 11:52:55
Ed002, Liverpool seem to have taken steps to rebuild relationships with other clubs i. e Southampton by paying an inflated fee for VVD and Fulham by loaning Ojo. They seem to be learning from past mistakes and putting things in place so these are not repeated.
Is this something FSG have stepped in to do, which I believe is the case with the purchase of VVD, or is it more down to the Liverpool board learning?

{Ed002's Note - There was no rebuilding with Southampton and there was no negotiation for the price. FSG asked for the price not the club. They were given a figure £15M higher than the asking price that was to be told to another interested side - and returned to say they would pay it and proposed terms. As for Fulham, two people remain at the club who were around when the illegal approach was made by Liverpool and they have made the situation clear to the owner. I don't know if the loan helps or not to be honest. Hopefully Liverpool has learned as you say.}

7.) 17 Feb 2018 12:34:47
I still think he has a chance but needs to step up and prove he can perform at championship level first. Here’s hoping he does so and they go on and get promoted, then I’d love to see him playing in PL next season with them for another season too before deciding if he’s ready to return in 18 months to compete for a starting spot (which is what we should have done with Ward) .

8.) 17 Feb 2018 12:40:16
Cheers for the reply ed2, it’s nice to hear we at least have a plan with the lad. Can’t help but wonder how some of the young players’ careers may have turned out with the right structure in place. I’m a big believer in youth and in this day and age, proper development for youngsters should be a massive priority going forward in light of the insanity in the market. Not to mention the irresponsibility of mismanaging youth. I really hope the club changes it’s ways. I really hope this is a sign of at least a little thought being put into the future.

9.) 17 Feb 2018 13:51:34
Thanks for the reply Ed, appreciate it as always.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}

10.) 17 Feb 2018 16:53:54
I sometimes wonder who Ed02 is and how high up the food chain he is. Maybe a major decision maker in UEFA? I wonder how he gets such precise info. As omniscient as Dumbledore?

11.) 18 Feb 2018 09:53:00
Ha ha. This is nothing mate. If you want to see his vintage best, Try European page. He is literally unplayable over there. Only a highly knowledgeable man could even enter into the European Breakaway league topic. You could disagree with his views but I don’t think you could have a second opinion on his information. Liverpool news are Just like drinking a tea for him!

12.) 18 Feb 2018 11:21:21
I always thought he was young enough to turn into a centre back. He has the physical attributes and obvious ball skills. Maybe he doesn’t want to play there, I just think we should have tried it, done a bit of a “Hummels” on him.



02 Jan 2018 19:22:53
Hey eds and reds
With silly season up and running again and us getting linked to different players every day .
I think the club is in a healthy place at the minute with or without phil it's never great losing one of your best players but it's happened before and it will happen again

Any player that dons the red shirt has my support and yours too hopefully . As fans we should support and not critique every move the club makes .

Cmon the redmen.




28 Dec 2017 10:21:05
Hi eds and reds not a rumour more of an opinion of mine wanted to see what you guys say as my mates don't agree with me

Here goes

I think once coutinho goes and we play mane firmino salah front 3 with naby Henderson and gini/ lallana I think we will be a better team all round than we are now what I mean is more balanced can still attack and have flair but this season as good as coutinho is having him in the team does leave massive gaps on the field . Am I mad or is this the case and my mates have coutinho tinted glasses on

What do the guys think?


{Ed025's Note - i think couts will be a big loss Dhfc, hes world class and if he does go liverpool will be weaker for it imo mate..

1.) 28 Dec 2017 11:00:41
Coutinho has that ability to do something out of nothing. Where as hendo/ wij/ can/ lallana etc don't really. Ask yourself how many times have we seen that coutinho goal against swansea.

Number of my mates that are arsenal and utd fans saying its a typical coutinho goal. Who else in our team offers that? Maybe Salah or firmino but losing someone with that ability would weaken us unless we can get someone who can do similar.

End of the day we have to come to terms he will leave eventually, hopefully the summer but think we could still get top 4 without him, but pushing any higher without a replacement would be difficult unless someone else in the squad steps up.

2.) 28 Dec 2017 11:21:37
If we hold any ambition of challanging for the league and winning trophies Gini cannot be a starter in our team. Ask yourself this, would he break into any of the top 6 sides? and there lies your answer.

3.) 28 Dec 2017 11:47:25
Couthino going will be a big miss. We do not have another player like him nor are there many players like him around.

I would like to fantasize over the possibility of us keeping couths and adding a quality goal keeper and another cb next season. It would be really interesting.

4.) 28 Dec 2017 13:07:01
It would make my year if we convinced Couts that his future lies with us, he's a brilliant player coming into his prime and he's been just as good as Salah this season.

The simple fact is that any replacement we can get will not be as good as Couts, the team will be weakened when he leaves.

5.) 28 Dec 2017 16:01:00
We need to accept he is leaving and put the effort into signing a suitable replacement. This doesn't mean someone the same as him, but someone with genuine quality, someone who can slot straight into the first team and someone who will ensure that his departure doesn't leave such a gaping hole. When key players have left before it really has weakened the entire side - I don't want to see that again when Coutinho leaves.



27 Dec 2017 18:50:21
Reds calm down like the eds say for
Many years don't get caught up on the money Side of things . All we need to think is every fan has said we need a centre half and the club/ klopp have went and got their 1st choice let's get behind the lad the club and let's see if we can improve as a team and club from this whole saga .

Cmon the redmen.




01 Sep 2017 07:37:31
Hey eds and reds and macca

Just wanna thank everyone associated with this site kept me informed and amused all summer

Now let's get behind whoever dons the Liverpool shirt and support them no matter what . Liverpool player = my full support til they stop being a Liverpool player

Come on the red men.


1.) 01 Sep 2017 08:56:51
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16 Feb 2018 21:49:58
I think we could upgrade in a few positions in the summer (keeper, cm ) but the front 3 are nearly impossible to upgrade on . They have everything liverpool and klopp are about pace power aggression passion .
I think our back up options could be improved upon . But I’d love to see the likes of Woodburn Ojaria grujic solanke Trent get given opportunities to make the fans and the club think twice about buying players . I’m all for people making the step up .




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11 Feb 2018 19:53:55
I kind of agree with Aldo as as good as firmino is and scoring goals this season I think we could upgrade in a central striker but the only thinks is whoever wer to come would have to match firmino work rate . I see firmino as a number 10 more of a creater than goal scorer.




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18 Jan 2018 20:54:41
Has to be milinkovic savic 100%
Watched the lad quite a lot this season oozes class and would be a mainstay in our team for next 10 years .
Going to be a midfield superstar next season or so .




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14 Jan 2018 21:16:11
I’m not 1 to give stick to players . I’d rather support them but after watching karius a bit now he seems slow to react in certain situations . I hope I’m proved wrong and he improves massively.




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14 Jan 2018 20:32:39
I think any fan can see we need an upgrade in goal .
I like karius but he’s not gunna win us points in a season you look at teams who have won the league or challenged keepers will keep them in games and win them 10-15 points a season . Petr Cech in his Chelsea days is the best example I can give the man was pure class his 1st 3/ 4 seasons their.





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