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02 Mar 2019 22:35:09
Echo is reporting the Ox is expected to feature for the under-23s over the coming week.


1.) 03 Mar 2019 00:01:28
yes, read that, great news, and he is really liked by all the staff, players and fans, so its a huge lift,
I have a good feeling about this return from injury,
he is really good for the club .

2.) 03 Mar 2019 04:19:05
Could be extremely helpful to inject some energy into midfield as we go into the final run-in.

3.) 03 Mar 2019 05:56:46
He’s built like a horse that lad.

4.) 03 Mar 2019 11:22:57
I think it's important we don't place too many expectations on him for this season at least. Coming back from a horrible injury often has many set backs. I would expect him to suffer little niggles and strains a lot as he's trying to get back to full fitness.

Next season I'm sure he will be back to his best.

5.) 03 Mar 2019 14:37:50
Surely if you’re gunna say that, he’s built like an ox?

6.) 04 Mar 2019 07:58:45
He’d better be careful then. another leg injury and they might shoot him.

{Ed025's Note - nice one marshy..

7.) 04 Mar 2019 16:14:46
If anyone in the team were built like a horse shouldn't it be Mane?

{Ed025's Note - love it 67..



14 Jan 2019 07:49:02
Morning Ed002.

Was thinking, if Salah and his representatives are / have been attempting to engineer a move away, are the owners and those running the club not aware of this? Surely they must be, I'd be astonished if they weren't

If so, are they making provisions to replace him in the Summer? One can say the summer is a long way off but replacing someone like Salah will require some work. As we all know if a player wants to leave and there is an opportunity they will.



{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of Salah doing anything specific, and his representative can speak to whomever they wish - it is no different from another players agent talking with Liverpool, Arsenal or anything else. I am not aware of any club looking to buy Salah in the summer at this time - it was seemingly a begging activity which would see Salah's future opportunities removed if Real Madrid were to buy the forwards they are looking at. Right now, I would not worry too much.}

1.) 14 Jan 2019 08:17:25
Thanks Ed002.

2.) 14 Jan 2019 11:48:17
Seriously Edd 002, an extremely well balanced answer, to a much too frequently and unoriganal question.

{Ed002's Note - It is simply the situation as I understand it right now.}

3.) 14 Jan 2019 18:53:32
Hey Dorgie, how did you manage to get 3 thumbs down for saying Thank You!

Gosh there are some lemons on here.

4.) 14 Jan 2019 19:31:31
If we analyse the way a thank you is delivered, we can start to ascertain why people may deliver a 'thumbs down'.

In years gone by, it was accepted that a nod, a tip of ones bowler hat or, as people expressed themselves more liberally, even a wink would be enough to acknowledge appreciation.

As times passed, expressing gratitude, evolved into a verbal exchange using the words 'thank you', which became shortened to 'thanks' or 'cheers'.

However, in this digital age, things developed further, with people going all out in expressing their appreciation. Phrases like 'Totes amazing', or wholly over the top comments meant that simply 'thanks' was of a bygone age.

So there we have it, I suspect the thumbs down was a result of vegan millenials passing by on their digital device and not recognising this more traditional way of expressing gratitude.

If you have read this far, then you a totes amazing and a far more superior being than me. I hereby tip my hat to you. Thanks.

That should have covered everything and everyone there.

5.) 14 Jan 2019 20:03:33
Boobybf post of the week.

6.) 14 Jan 2019 21:53:32
Grazi Mille.


do jeh, daw- dyeh

Danke sehr.
Khop Khun Mak Kha.

7.) 15 Jan 2019 01:33:56
Great reply BobbyF!

8.) 15 Jan 2019 12:58:37
Drogie - taking it to new and more cultural levels! I am impressed.

9.) 15 Jan 2019 17:47:19
Post of the week? This should be a mandatory read for anyone entering this site. brilliant bobby f. Oh and 'merci beaucoup'

10.) 15 Jan 2019 20:56:25
Gracias billynwa!

My new favourite poster.



04 Jan 2019 16:11:18
Solanke is a done deal -£19m.


1.) 04 Jan 2019 16:25:07
£19 million for someone who has potential. nuts but fair play to Edwards for getting that much for him. particularly if there’s a sell on fee/ first option clause in it.

{Ed0333's Note - Micheal Edwards has played a blinder, well done that man.

2.) 04 Jan 2019 16:34:48
A couple of people on here were saying that the Solanke deal to Palace falling through the other day was a disaster, they’ll be eating humble pie now.

3.) 04 Jan 2019 16:58:51
Getting clyne surely had to be an incentive for them paying over the odds for Solanke, it made little sense for us to move him on otherwise. If that’s the case then it’s still a good deal.



29 Dec 2018 20:08:34
The Echo have reported the club could be open to a more lucrative sponsor with either Nike or Adidas, any truth in this?


1.) 29 Dec 2018 20:43:57
I have read they are attempting to get 75m per season with New Balance Adidas Nike and Puma all mentioned as potential providers of the kit. It does seem we need to maximise our selling point to help Klopp delivery success on the pitch.

2.) 29 Dec 2018 22:24:29
There have been reports that Liverpool are looking for a record deal with NB. To be honest I really like the kits we’ve had with NB. I think the Nike kits are hideous.

3.) 30 Dec 2018 09:33:34
Barcelona supposedly has a deal for £140 Million per year with Nike (ManU are at £75 Million per year already, with Adidas) . That's the standard to beat. I like the New Balance kits. Hope we can continue with improved terms.

4.) 31 Dec 2018 07:01:57
I like Adidas but let's not forget that they dumped us when weren't so successful. Not entirely their fault because we underachieved and didn't have CL football for some time. Warrior/ NB came along and gave us a good deal. They came to us when we were down, so it would be nice to have them when we are on the up. The question is, we're not here to do charity and neither are they. It is a business opportunity for both sides. So, whoever stumps up the cash, will get the deal and hopefully the money will be invested wisely to strengthen the team further. So, be it Adidas, Nike or NB. as long as they pay us well, that will be good enough. But I understand the concerns about Adidas/ Nike kits which are usually carbon copies of other teams bar the team colors and logo.

5.) 02 Jan 2019 16:03:45
New balance kits have been good, wouldn't mind staying with them :)

DAPred makes a fair point also.



03 Dec 2018 19:32:21
Looks like we have a couple of doubts for Weds against Burnley- Robbo, dead leg and Mané- foot.


1.) 03 Dec 2018 20:35:36
Oh no, this means Moreno, we're doomed ☹️.

2.) 03 Dec 2018 20:49:03
What next, oh yeah, I stepped on a piece of lego! so I won't be fit I'm afraid ;) . Bloody dead leg lol come on Robbo shake it off lad. I reckon he'll be fine, fingers crossed.

3.) 03 Dec 2018 21:04:05
Usually dead leg means could even be something worse, I mean come on a dead leg is ok in 15 minutes.

4.) 04 Dec 2018 11:12:31
A dead leg can knock a player out for a few days. Suffered from them during my playing days and can be nasty depending on how hard you get hit.

5.) 04 Dec 2018 16:12:35
A professional dead leg is different to the one your mate gave you as a kid hailstones.




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20 Mar 2019 19:45:32
I get the players enjoy playing for their countries but I absolutely detest the International breaks, especially at the business end of the season.


1.) 20 Mar 2019 20:27:16
Me too Drogie.

2.) 20 Mar 2019 20:33:42
I was thinking it's an odd time to have qualifiers as clubs are preparing for the money rounds. But I suppose there are few opportunities elsewhere to fit them in.

3.) 20 Mar 2019 20:53:35
An international break when Liverpool are top of the league is brilliant.

4.) 20 Mar 2019 21:06:54
I’m guessing there’s is far more to it and football doesn’t revolve round the European game, but I personally would rather see a shorter season then an international break at the end where all qualifiers are played within a period of time. Plus players can be judged on a full season rather than a 5 game hot streak.

Like I said, probably be impossible to implement but teams would be happier, international teams can train together for a sustained period and think fans would hold their interest as it doesn’t get in the way of the club game.

5.) 21 Mar 2019 21:41:38
I for one, love international football and grew up on it. I loved the qualifying matches for World Cups, AFCON and Euros while emjoying COPA Americas and all the other competitions proper.

Now keep in mind, this was a period where playing these competitions actually meant something. Playing in these competitions actually allowed players to get exposure and big moves to the big European leagues. Now, it is seen as an inconvenience cos well, the European game has taken over.

For me tho, I still love the international game and am happy to watch them when I can. Just watched Holland v Belarus btw where VVD and Gini where on the score sheet in a 4-0 win.



14 Mar 2019 07:49:53
Great performance by the boys last night, just hope Hendo's injury isn't to bad.

Didn't think Robbo had the best of games. He was caught out of position for the first goal and then again later in the match which could have led to a second goal.


1.) 14 Mar 2019 09:28:07
Robbo is entitled to have a bad game once in a while. As long as it doesn't start to be a common theme. He has been so good for us, the only player that has got the best of him twice in a row has been gnabry. He will be sorely missed in the next game that's for sure.

2.) 14 Mar 2019 09:46:40
You can't expect to play with your wing backs so high up the pitch and still expect them to suddenly be in their defensive positions when we lose the ball. It's the risk we take with the style we play, which is why we have Fabinho to help out defensively when the CBs are stretched.

3.) 14 Mar 2019 12:54:36
Robbo got done easily in the 1st leg by their winger. I think it caught him in 2 minds last night. Did some good stuff too. Cleared the ball when vvd had gone out to lb and robbo found himself in the perfect position to clear.

I see an intensity in robbo's eyes when we score or when he is barking at others. Top player, top lad, perfect temperament for klopp's lfc. Next Philip lahm.



10 Mar 2019 15:37:00
Driving over to the match, listening to the pre match build up on radio Merseyside. Lallana's name gets mentioned on the the team sheet and thought to myself - rubbish.

He had a brilliant game today.


1.) 10 Mar 2019 16:58:08
Hi Eds and Reds. In light of what happened today in the Aston villa match, I wanted to get your thoughts on the matter. I realize it’s not Liverpool related, but it’s football related as a whole. This effects all club and all fans.

There are a lot of pundits who are calling for swift, extreme action to be taken. All of them (that I heard) are suggesting multiple closed door matches and point deductions. Why is it that the clubs should be the only ones made example of?

That IDIOT was walked off the pitch pumping his fist in celebration, and a few were praising him for it. I get bitter rivalries. But this is just barbaric. That could have just as easily been some maniac with a knife. The precedent doesn’t need to just be set by the clubs. It needs to be STRICTLY punished by the government. Should the stewards have stopped him? Yeah, but they didn’t. I do not know the laws in England, but it has to come from government first. I say if you go on the pitch, you’re guaranteed years in prison, and a lengthy spell too.

What are your thoughts?

{Ed025's Note - this for me is a problem with society rather than a football problem Tj, this low life piece of crap could have done that anywhere but chose to do it at a football match, the solution...being less tolerant with filth like this who walk our streets, send him to prison for a decent length of time, forget all this serve half your time if your good...double it if your bad, bring back discipline in schools and stop making excuses for these out of control kids who think carrying a knife or any weapon is ok...will it happen...of course not...the do gooders wont let it mate..

2.) 10 Mar 2019 17:21:37
Here here Ed25. We have become a nanny state. Build a big f#@k of prison and fill it with the **** bags that roam our society. I hate what our nation has become and the "human rights" card these Arse holes use. Bang them up, no early release.

Rant over, now I can get back to my hot chocolate and ripple! 👍.

{Ed025's Note - enjoy irish..

3.) 10 Mar 2019 17:28:17
Bang on ed.

4.) 10 Mar 2019 17:35:12
Too many people these days, getting on for 8 billion.
More people = more scumbags.

It’s unsustainable and eventually nature gets rid of species which become too successful hence climate change, pollution, mass spread of infectious disease, more conflict.

It’s inevitable and the beginning of the end for the human race. 🤝

Anyway, great win for the reds today 👍.

{Ed025's Note - bloody hell it worth me picking up a coupon for next weeks footy mate.. :)

5.) 10 Mar 2019 17:41:36
Yeah enjoy the ride whilst it lasts ed25. 😎.

{Ed025's Note - i will certainly try ron..

6.) 10 Mar 2019 17:53:01
I feel if the behaviour carries on we will end up with games behind closed doors or losing their seats for next awaygame.

As for ridding the behaviour from society, let police/ stewards do their job and let parents& teachers discipline kids.

7.) 10 Mar 2019 18:04:52
Consensus expert opinion says the maximum number of humans the planet can sustain is between 9 and 10 billion based on availability of essential natural resources (including drinking water) .
We will have about 9.5 billion by the year 2050-2060 if the slowing of the population growth rate continues.

200 years ago we had less than a billion humans, now we have 7.75 billion 🤝.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think that will effect me much ron...unless there is reincarnation of course...and knowing me i will come back as an evertonian..

8.) 10 Mar 2019 18:06:37
Great response ed. Could not agree more with your initial response.

{Ed025's Note - i wish i was wrong stone mate..

9.) 10 Mar 2019 18:09:09
That's the biggest problem these days imo WYred, the lack of discipline.

10.) 10 Mar 2019 18:57:21
Agree with all, the fella is a proper scumbag. Scumbags are seemingly making a comeback, apologists need to stop molly coddling them and give a few a clip round the ear. It did me more good than harm.

Anyway, not all doom and gloom Ron (well it is if you prefer the planet rather than people, like I do), but as population rises it seems that 11 billion is actually the approximate ceiling of where human population can reach, based on the fact that people now live to be a generation older than they used to (a generation which in itself does not generally reproduce) . Unless we all end up able to live well over a hundred, and create another generation then population will cap itself. The logic is quite difficult to get your head around, but in this case, the stats don’t lie. (Check out Hans Rosling, he actually makes statistics interesting and easy to understand) . Food and water producing technology will improve as it will inevitably have to. The human race has a cannot knack of overcoming those sorts of problems, for good or bad.

Basically, it won’t be population that kills us. It’s a nuclear winter, human created ice age or natural disaster that’ll get us in the end.

Come on the Redmen!

11.) 10 Mar 2019 19:14:28
absolutely Salah.

12.) 10 Mar 2019 19:18:09
Hopefully Liverpool win the league again before Ron’s apocalypse!

13.) 10 Mar 2019 19:25:27
I wouldn’t worry about that Ron, once 5g is fully rolled out we will all be microwaved from the inside causing mass tumours and cancer so the elite an then upload their consciousness into an ai human hybrid consisting of organs donated by good people and live forever because there will be no need for any human who isn’t a billionaire. Msm won’t dare tell you this though.

14.) 10 Mar 2019 20:09:09
Blimey lerchy, don’t get me started on 5G. The amount of research done by trustworthy institutions that shows how dangerous it will be is mind blowing.

One thing I would say is that without all the mindless mutants who will end up roaming around, the billionaires won’t be able to keep generating the billions to sustain them. It’s a very scary prospect, but I’m not entirely sure how long it will end up staying around. We might all be fried before we realise its too late, however.

15.) 10 Mar 2019 20:26:43
Send these idiots to the military. I’ve got many mates that I served with that were either going to turn up like the above mentioned arsehole or tolerable members of society. Thankfully the military did the latter.

{Ed025's Note - some do gooder would put the blocks on that para, and claim that their human rights were being infringed upon mate..

16.) 10 Mar 2019 20:41:45
It's projected that world population will grow up to about 11 Billion before beginning a steady decline downwards and on a permanent basis, unless World Wars convince humans to start conceiving again (as has happened in the past) .

But yes. Things are about to get much worse, and for quite some time, before they get better.

17.) 10 Mar 2019 21:07:49
Asking the police / judiciary to do more isn't going to happen, the sentence's are set in stone and so far removed from what the law abiding majority would consider fair punishment it's a joke.

If the establishment ever dared to ask the public's opinion on punishments ( which they won't after Brexit)

Terrorists multi murder -death penalty

Child rape murder-death penalty.

The American three strikes and your looking at life imprisonment makes a lot of sense, 95% of crimes are committed by 1% of the population.

Oh and stop and search if your found carrying a knife/ acid 3/ 5 yrs.

Rant over, glad I live in the country side.

18.) 10 Mar 2019 21:13:45
I know red I just wish people would up although I think it may be a little too late, I just pray 5g is a myth and it the end of humanity.

19.) 10 Mar 2019 21:20:29
Anyone want a good giggle about saving the planet - google “George Carlin save the planet” 😄.

20.) 10 Mar 2019 21:25:36
I am a police man officer. The level of disrespect and total self centreness has got 10 fold in the past few years.
People think it's their God given right to do as they please, balls to anyone else and why should anyone question them. The government has allowed this behaviour become common place by reducing police numbers, reduce our powers and stop real sentences.
I spent 14 years in the army and 10 years in the police. I was brought up with discipline and to show respect.


21.) 11 Mar 2019 03:00:31
I think you're all looking back at the past with rose tinted specs to be honest. Are you implying that there was no fighting, no violence, no social unrest years ago? Social unrest and criminality is related to wider issues than 'disciplining kids' - most people are, at their core, decent, respectable people. There will, however, always be a percentage who are either violent, or abusive, or criminal, etc etc - this will not be a problem solved with discipline. British society is becoming increasingly imbalanced with stagnant wages, higher costs of life, less jobs (though employment numbers, manipulated via zero hour contracts and those simply withdrawing from the system) and these factors impact on the quality of the society we live in, as well as the people said society produces. When Brexit happens, and rubbish really hits the fan, be prepared for even more social unrest, and more societal problems.

As for harsher prison sentences and the death penalty? Firstly, all data available suggests that the death penalty does nothing to reduce murder rates, there is simply nor correlation. There are also issues with the death penalty - as an example it is estimated that around 4% of serious convictions are incorrect. The death penalty does not allow for the correct of miscarriages of justice. Some will say 'its cheaper' but again studies have shown that keeping inmates on death row, and going through the legal processes required, actually result in an increase in spending. The only reason the death penalty is popular amongst some is because people want/ enjoy the idea of vengeance and revenge - the legal system cannot and should not be built on those principles.

As for harsher sentences? Sure, but there are two big issues I see. The first is that public spending has been reduced year on year - were is the money coming from to incarcerate people for longer period of time? The second is the crime itself - harsh punishments only work after the fact i. e. after the crime has already occurred. I'm sure most victims would of preferred the crime to have never happened - that should be the focus in my opinion, a preventative attitude towards crime rather than a punitive one. A punitive approach merely stops people who would've never committed the crime in the first place, and does little about the real criminals - a preventative, reformative system aims to tackle the root cause of the crime, stop the crime occurring, and, should a crime occur, work to ensure that recidivism is greatly reduced.

I understand peoples exasperation with society, it exasperates me too, I just think some of these suggestions are overly simplistic and, more importantly, would do little to change the direction society is heading.

22.) 11 Mar 2019 13:39:53
I knew we would be praising lallana at some point this season. It isn't the only time he has 0layed well this season too. Glad for him, he has always done what's asked of him. I hope he stays for another year or two.



04 Mar 2019 19:56:07
A bit of banter Ed002.

Gut feeling, who do you think will be Champions come Sunday 12th May.


{Ed002's Note - At the start of the season I thought it would be Manchester City. Liverpool have a great chance to disrupt matters but with so many of the Liverpool fans failing to support the team could well impact that. We have seen three players in the recent past hit by the social media expoits of the fans - they can easily lose confidence. The fans don't care - a draw at the weekend in a derby is not unexpected nor a major issue - all I see was "season ended at Everton", "lost the league", etc., etc.. It can get to the players as we have seen in the past - you need to remember that most of the Liverpool players are as dumb as the Liverpool fans.

So, I am pretty much alone in giving Liverpool a chance - but Manchester City are a very good side.}

1.) 04 Mar 2019 20:23:08
Edd 2 I literally choked on my hula hoops reading that.

2.) 04 Mar 2019 20:27:34
"as dumb as the Liverpool fans" - as a lifelong fan, ace material ed2 😅
So true!

3.) 04 Mar 2019 20:45:21
City are a very good side! 😝😁😁 there goes the league.

4.) 04 Mar 2019 20:31:51
It’s an interesting one Ed002.

I think social media and the media add to the tension with the fans. All you read in the papers and listen to on the radio is how we’ve thrown away a seven point lead and it’s now City’s to lose. Coupled with the fact we’ve not won the league in such a long time, the pressure cranks up.

I’m fortunate to have seen us lift the league championship back in the late 80’s where as most on here probably haven’t. We never had social media whipping up fans into a frenzy back then, it was all banter down the pub and on the stands.

One thing for sure is that on match day, we are fully getting behind the team.

This title race is not over and I think we’ll do it.

{Ed002's Note - Right it is not over.}

5.) 04 Mar 2019 20:44:40
Not all of us have given up eds2. 🙏🏼.

6.) 04 Mar 2019 21:29:55
Its best to wait a day then post, last season I said klopp should be sacked after we got hammered by spurs, very silly.

7.) 04 Mar 2019 21:39:19
One thing's for certain is we should be proud of the team and how far they've come. I'm a little disappointed with recent results, but it's a pleasure to support this team and always will be. Knowing Liverpool has a match today always warms my day up!

8.) 04 Mar 2019 23:05:36
Some fans think the league should be easy to win. Every team has a blip. 4 wins in 6, 1 point behind city with an easier run in. I'd have taken that in August. dreamt of it 3 year or even a year ago.

9.) 05 Mar 2019 07:24:00
People have short memories, this is probably the best team we have had in 10 years. We are qualifying for the champions league every year, we had hardly been in it for the previous 10 years and everyone was saying that is the target, we have a achieved that target and are looking to push onto the next level. We have achieved a much better consistency and continue to get to finals (I know we have not won any but it will happen if we get behind the team) .

Some of the so called 'fans' need to get off the players back, maybe some are feeling the pressure that is coming from you guys and the media.


10.) 05 Mar 2019 07:53:13
Even if we still lose two more games this season, this team would still break 90 points which has only been done on very few occasions over the course of history. The problem is Man City are just extraordinary and we’ve had a few draws so people feeling a bit down, but in reality when you step back to be where we are now vs where we were when Klopp stepped in is just a world apart and some of our so called fans need a reality check.

We still have the chance to be one of the highest ever point scoring sides in PL history and we are still very much in with a shot, so let’s belt it out against Burnley lads and ladies, a good win there and a win against Bayern and the doom and gloom merchants will slink off into the shadows again.

11.) 05 Mar 2019 08:45:11
Spot on, Ed02. As Ed25 says, "It is not the team that are bottlers. It is the fans".

12.) 05 Mar 2019 08:52:58
when we had that 4 or 7 point gap (whatever it was) it would have been amazingly miraculous had we maintained our run of results to keep that gap until the end of the season. We are talking an all-time historic premiership season. whilst possible, not probable and for me is silly that that standard is now being used to beat the team down by some fans. When in reality, depending where you sit we're either over-achieving or right about where we should be.

The guys are doing great. they are going through a bit of a rut, and I would hope that all you who have the privilege to attend the matches are there to push the lads over the line, not to be the chain yanking down with your own sorrows. #YNWA.

13.) 05 Mar 2019 09:01:50
That's as fair an assessment Ed002. I'm unfortunately in total agreement, a large section of our fan base could be part of the reason we haven't won the premier league.

{Ed002's Note - It doesn't help players when they are jeered or trashed on social media.}

14.) 05 Mar 2019 16:36:28
Ed02 BUT they will come back and tell you that they are only voicing their opinions. Yeah, right cos trashing and jeering a player from the stands will definitely help him play better. Encouragement and support? Who does that these days?



04 Mar 2019 19:56:07
A bit of banter Ed002.

Gut feeling, who do you think will be Champions come Sunday 12th May.





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22 Mar 2019 20:39:35
Enjoy Ed002!




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22 Mar 2019 18:54:47
What’s you’re tipple Ed002.


{Ed002's Note - Right now I am having a snifter if gin. Tomorrow I shall be in one of the world’s greatest cocktail bars drinking tequila.}



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08 Mar 2019 12:03:43
No one is hanging their hat on Brewster.
The lad is a good and he showed his worth in the World Cup and I’ve seen him play a number of times

It all boils down to his desire and determination to succeed, he certainly has the talent.




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07 Mar 2019 20:24:13
There’s high hopes for Brewster, he certainly has an eye for goal.


{Ed025's Note - the problem is drogie that a lot of the time these young prodigy,s dont reach their potential, they get a bit of money, a bit of stinky and a bit of fame and lose focus, the footballing world is littered with young guys who looked really good early on then lost their way mate, its a lottery..



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06 Mar 2019 20:52:46
Zidane even.





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21 Mar 2019 13:30:07
I like Peter Kavanagh’s.




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18 Mar 2019 08:34:14
I have to disagree with you in some respect 25.Whilst I do agree, he doesn’t always pass, there are a number of times when he makes the run, gets forced wide, looks up to find there is no one near him to pass too.


{Ed025's Note - that does happen drogie, but i have seen quite a few instances where mane has been free and the pass just does,nt come mate..



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17 Mar 2019 20:41:28
When Salah gets the ball anywhere near the box, there are at least 2 or 3 players surrounding him.

These players are clearly leaving gaps, so for me, when Salah makes his runs, there needs to be a runner with him so he can release the ball straight away. On so many occasions Salah runs into 3 defenders only to look up and find no one to pass to.


{Ed025's Note - that does happen at times drogie, but more than not he does have a man available but refuses to pass mate..



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16 Mar 2019 18:02:15
Christian Poulsen.




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16 Mar 2019 07:51:08
No was back for Rabiot I’d say.
Happy with the champions league draw, though no games will be a given at this stage of the competition.

Should we progress, who would you prefer to meet in the semis Ed001, United or Barcelona?!


{Ed001's Note - I really don't care to be honest so long as we beat them!}