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14 Apr 2019 20:34:52
Evening Ed001.

First of all, what a result today!

Away from the match, just want to pick up on the discussion regarding Clyne. You were spot on regarding him not being injured. Mate of mine who I sit next to at the match, knows a bloke who works with the phsyio team. He was saying that Clyne was caught smoking marijuana and partying whilst away in Ghana and the club actually spoke to the FA regarding this and the only reason he played against United was because of the lack of cover at RB.

He was also saying how worried the club was regarding Brewster's injury, especially when the leg was infected, hampering his comeback.

Brewster is very very highly rated at the club and have said that before his injury, was ahead of Owen ( at the same age ) in terms of terms of ability.

Good to see him back and scoring with the 23's along with the Ox and Gomez. I think the club will resist bringing them back early and wait until next season.

Drogie

1.) 14 Apr 2019 21:29:46
If Brewster is ahead of Owen ability wise at that age i'll be a very very happy man because in todays market that's a £150 million player.


2.) 14 Apr 2019 21:34:15
Ahh he was stoned the whole time, explains his performances over the last few years.


3.) 14 Apr 2019 22:27:05
Second hand tittle tattle Drogie, which may or may not be right.
You shouldn’t have posted that imo.


4.) 14 Apr 2019 23:23:00
Second hand title tattle? And what make you so sure mate?


5.) 14 Apr 2019 23:51:58
It's a rumour site. so why not post a rumour?


6.) 15 Apr 2019 00:56:26
I know it's a rumour page but I'm a relative of Clyne please don't slander his name by bringing drugs into it he injured his back playing how shall I say extra curricular activities lol 1000% fact but don't drag he's name through dirt he loves the club and the badge he played for just know that

Cheers
Guys.


7.) 15 Apr 2019 00:58:36
Surely everything is second hand here, everyone’s heard it from someone.


8.) 15 Apr 2019 01:48:40
Drogie - are you tslking about the period of his (Clyne) so called back injury?

If so I heard the same thing at the time. In fact I remember a rumor of that kind was flying around on social media, but never paid much attention to it.


9.) 15 Apr 2019 06:42:40
You probably shouldn’t post something that could destroy a man’s career unless you have actual proof.

{Ed001's Note - it wouldn't destroy his career. It is not seen as career-defining, let alone destroying. Numerous players each season get caught with marijuana in their systems. It was not marijuana that caused Clyne to be dropped, it was his lifestyle. The guy may claim to care about Liverpool or football in general, but the only thing he gives a toss about is living the high life.}


10.) 15 Apr 2019 07:40:20
Those of you that read my posts will know that I never post a rumour, in fact it’s probbly my first!

I was given the info by a good friend of mine that I sit next to at the match, I’m not one for spreading cr*p.

Sorry if I’ve offended anyone, but the club are finished with Clyne.


11.) 15 Apr 2019 19:22:28
Ed01 already addressed the Clyne issue months when many moaned as to why he was not being picked. Ed01 said at the time that he was "not living the lifestyle of a professional footballer" and if anything the OP posted is true then that was what Ed01 may have been referring to.

IMO and regardless of his alleged lifestyle, he is light years behind Trent, Milner and even Hendo at RB and for me, Klopp did the right thing by getting shot of him cos he was no good enuff. Now if you add his "lifestyle" to the equation then it was a no-brainer.

{Ed001's Note - I have already posted in this thread that it was not about a drugs test. It was his party lifestyle. He acts like one of those spoilt rich kids who have too much money and never had to earn it as they were born with a silver spoon in their mouths. Klopp wants professionals who train hard and not turn up to training after snatching 20 minutes kip following a night out partying.}


12.) 16 Apr 2019 12:42:38
With you all the way on that one, Ed. Regardless of his issues (of which there are many, clearly) he is a dreadful player and I'm thankful he is no longer here and we will get rid come this summer.

{Ed001's Note - the sad thing is that he was a dreadful player because of his own attitude. He had the ability to be more than good enough.}


13.) 17 Apr 2019 23:25:06
Clyne will always be an important footnote in Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnolds careers.


 

 

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

Drogie

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.

Cheers.

Drogie

{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.

ありがとう

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.

Drogie

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?

Drogie

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.


 

 

 

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14 Sep 2019 21:47:25
Bobby is my favourite player and has been for a while.

Today once again showed how pivotal he is to the team.

When bobby ticks, the team ticks.

Drogie

1.) 14 Sep 2019 22:15:44
I love Bobby, so important for the team, just makes stuff happen.


2.) 14 Sep 2019 23:58:08
Bobby is a genius. He makes things happen.


3.) 15 Sep 2019 00:05:01
When bobby flicks the team ticks.


4.) 15 Sep 2019 03:57:42
Bobby is a criminal. He should be arrested for his audacity! Filthy!


5.) 15 Sep 2019 08:00:57
Yer noski he stole the show.


6.) 15 Sep 2019 08:28:01
Definetly a bit mucky. Did you see the newcastle defenders face when he did that double flick for the gial? He didn't have a clue where the ball was. Sooooo funny.


7.) 15 Sep 2019 09:25:18
I have made a New Season resolution (don't believe the New Resolution nonsense) this season. I no longer defend certain LFC players anymore esp. after No. SIX. Bobbie is one of those players (like Hendo, Wiji, etc) . This is Bobbie's 5th season at LFC (his 4th as the no. 1 CF) .

If by now you (LFC fans esp. ) cannot fathom, understand nor realize what Bobbie does and brings to this team and keep using the pathetic rubbish stat of "he does not score enuff goals" (IMO, the last refuge of a Bobbie hater) as a stick to beat him with, then it says a lot about your ignorance and lack of critical thinking to analyse football substantively than it says about Bobbie's (IMMENSE) ability and intelligence as a footballer. Peace!


8.) 15 Sep 2019 09:39:52
Bobby Firmino knows what’s going on around him, his awareness and intelligence cannot be underestimated. He’s like part centre forward and part number 10. In many ways he reminds me of King Kenny when he partnered Ian Rush, that’s how good he is.


 

 

13 Sep 2019 18:08:56
Didn't realise how serious Alisson's injury is.

Out until after the Next International break.

Drogie

{Ed0666's Note - bummer


1.) 13 Sep 2019 19:35:18
It's very fortunate that we changed our backup goalkeeper situation.

If Migs hadn't have left all of a sudden, we wouldn't have Adrian and would be feeling very vulnerable right now.


2.) 13 Sep 2019 21:26:15
Once it was announced that Adrian was going to go thru intensive training sessions during the int'l break, that should have been to signal to us that AB1 is not yet ready to come back. Let's just continue to support Adrian through this time cos like it or not, he's all we got right now.


3.) 14 Sep 2019 06:59:29
I’m not terribly concerned with Adrian Wolfe, he’s put in a couple of decent shifts. As Epic alluded to, I’d be more concerned with Migs between the sticks.


 

 

11 Sep 2019 08:13:43
I reckon Harry Maguire's agent is a miracle worker.

Drogie

{Ed047's Note - I like the look of that guy Söyüncü who they got last year to replace him.


1.) 11 Sep 2019 09:11:42
Looks more like Man United were desperate for a big name signing, at any cost, to deflect attention from the mess at the club currently, and the Pogba drama of the summer. Sure they needed CB's, but there were better players available.


2.) 11 Sep 2019 09:20:08
I thought they just got the kit man to replace him?


3.) 11 Sep 2019 10:00:18
Makes you wonder how bankers like Ed Woodward normally handle money that isn’t theirs.

{Ed001's Note - they use it to buy football clubs at the clubs own expense usually. Now he is using the football club's money to keep the fans happy and him in a job. Seems to know what he is doing if you ask me.}


4.) 11 Sep 2019 10:40:11
So, who's the big name signing they had?

{Ed001's Note - Wan-Bissaka is a big name, I mean look at it! It is so big they had to put a hyphen in to make it easier to read.}


5.) 11 Sep 2019 12:39:31
Oh, I see Ed, thank you. That is a big name indeed.


6.) 11 Sep 2019 15:37:28
We have bigger name playerd ed😂😂😂 Alexander-arnold comeon ed! biggest named rb in the epl!


7.) 11 Sep 2019 16:36:19
Oxlade-Chamberlain is a big name too.


8.) 11 Sep 2019 16:59:34
Is it time to get Jan Venegoor of Hesselink out of retirement?


9.) 12 Sep 2019 20:25:40
Something Red, Jan Venegoor of Hesselink is actually royalty in Holland. He has royal blood in his family lineage.


 

 

07 Sep 2019 08:09:29
Thought Gini had a great game last night.

Drogie

1.) 07 Sep 2019 10:18:17
He slightly frustrates me Drogie. He works very hard, is good positionally and works back very well. Gini can also keep the ball well in tight spaces but somehow he lacks a little confidence. He was one of the ones who would pass it 3 yards to Coutinho. Some of the goals he scorses are top class but he needs to improve his quality in the final third. I know for Holland he plays a different role.

When he gets around the opposition box and he has to link up with the front 3 it mostly breaks down, he takes too long. The Man U away, Everton away, he never crossed the halfway line. He is doing well but he will come under pressure from Ox and Keita.


2.) 07 Sep 2019 11:09:13
Agree mate, though I do think he’s improved quite considerably, at one point he was totally anonymous I’m away games.

Spot on with the confidence thing.


3.) 07 Sep 2019 11:33:00
That is very true he has improved and I never saw it coming. Last season I thought he wouldn't play much. All credit to him and hopefully still slight improvement to come.


4.) 07 Sep 2019 15:46:12
for me he all ways looks better live at the ground than on tv. But I don't think with his quality he could do more going forward. The second leg away to city the other year in the champions league first half he was awful then straight away in the second half he drove straight through the midfield and was like a different players second half. I think I see ed001 say before about him the only thing he had against him when everybody thought ed did not rate him was he had seen how good he was and he was all ways playing within himself. But he was great last season. but he should score more goals without a doubt.

{Ed001's Note - spot on grino, that is what I said. I think there is still more to come from him, he has the ability to be talked about with the Silvas and De Bruyne, as well as workrate. He just needs to believe in himself more, as he has the lot.}


5.) 07 Sep 2019 19:50:43
Mark personally I think you are giving him stick for what our other midfielders get defended for. In my opinion Wiji is one of our best midfielders and I believe over the last 3 seasons no other midfielder has played as many minutes as he has under Klopp so he cannot be doing that bad. After all Klopp doesn’t suffer fools in his teams.


6.) 08 Sep 2019 00:02:11
I think the same goes for most of the players when you watch them live mate, both positive and negative.

The one that really sticks out for me is Hendo, he gets so much criticism but watch him live and you really get to see what a great player he is and his importance to the team
Agree re Gini BTW.


7.) 08 Sep 2019 08:57:16
JK we are now talking about small margins and small improvements. If the midfield wants to be classed in the same bracket as our back 5 or front 3 then some improvement is needed. It may be harsh on Gini but feel he can improve and when OX or Keita get fully upto speed hopefully they will all push each other. No one thinks he is at Silvas level but that should be his aim.


8.) 08 Sep 2019 20:08:02
I have watched Gini play several times for Holland and tonnes for LFC and the fact that he is able to play diff. roles effectively, is a testament to his immense talent and ability, IMO. For Holland, he is given the license that allows him to get forward and score goals. Can he do more on this front for LFC? Of course, he can cos clearly the ability is there. Is he allowed to do that in a Klopp system? I don't think so.

Therefore to me, Gini is a brilliant footballer and midfielder cos he is effective in almost any midfield role (can also play the 6). This is why I agree with the Ed01 when he said at one time that Gini was rated higher than Messi when they were youngsters. The guy is amazing and should start getting the credit his talent and ability (as Ed said, he has the lot) deserves.


9.) 09 Sep 2019 07:21:55
I think gini is quality and he's playing with strict instructions in our midfield. He gets criticism for not getting forward enough or going missing but he's just playing a role with discipline that doesn't allow him the same freedom his role with Holland does. He hit double figures pretty much every season before us simply because he was played in attacking roles. If he isn't operating in his midfield role properly for us then Robertson or Trent don't benefit for example.

A true reflection of his quality is that he's played FB, CB, DM, CM, AM, on the wing and central forward. He's clearly very important for klopp as he's been a regular for 3 years now. Look at players like Saul Niguez, thiago, dembele previously for spurs, versatile players who don't rack up numbers for goals or assists but can read a game and influence the play off the ball. Easy to miss his influence unless you actually watch him closely as much of his good work takes place away from the action.


 

 

06 Sep 2019 08:14:42
Morning Ed001.

How do think Klopp will approach the world club matches in December? Will he go full strength to win the competition is the question.

Ultimately, just after Christmas was when we dropped points to let City back in. Having watched most of the games both home and away live over this period, we certainly looked jaded.

With all the traveling etc over this period it only creates more of an issue. I suppose everything rests on injuries and the like.

Drogie

{Ed001's Note - I have no idea and I very much doubt he has much of an idea yet either.}


1.) 06 Sep 2019 09:57:47
I am sure our analysts are on the job already, don’t worry.

{Ed001's Note - it only takes one injury to change any plans for something like this. It will be assessed much nearer the time.}


2.) 06 Sep 2019 10:25:07
I reckon, fitness permitting, he’ll go all out for it.


3.) 06 Sep 2019 13:42:55
One game at a time. Pretty much standard.


4.) 06 Sep 2019 16:19:56
We won't see our strongest XI in the semi finals and really shouldn't need to. In the final (most likely the winners of the Copa Libertadores) we'll probably field the strongest defence we can and (if fit) Fabinho and the rest a mix of squad and in-form players.


5.) 06 Sep 2019 18:21:33
OP, no one can know any of that right now and what happened with City and all that is in the past and should stay there. Why? The dynamics will not be the same as it was last Dec. cos we had less games to play then than we do now. Let's wait and see what happens on a game by game basis. That's all you can do esp. in football where things change SO fast.


6.) 07 Sep 2019 07:28:30
Sorry Red Wolfe but disagree pal, why wouldn’t we looking at a period where the dynamics don’t change. The only thing that changes is the teams we face over the over festive period. And now, we have a trio to Doha sandwiched in between

I know you don’t like to hear it but we were seven points clear of City on the 30th December ( well actually 10 City had a game in hand so realistically 7 ) and that latter period of January is where we dropped points in consecutive games against the hammers and Leicester.
How am you just “forget” last season? To beat City we need to go one step further and improve on last season!

All it was, was a question in what is going to be an even more crucial period than last season and at a time when the team looked most jaded which was in January.


7.) 07 Sep 2019 09:36:19
I hate this comment, "Ultimately, just after Christmas was when we dropped points to let City back in."

We scored 97 points last year and we were very lucky in some games, remember the penalty miss City had at Anfield or Origi's goal against the bluenoses? We just lost the league to probably the best ever premier league side and manager in history.


8.) 07 Sep 2019 10:10:42
Hate to break to you Carlos and as much as you don’t like it but that’s the reality mate! Need to stop hiding behind this “ city greatest team ever “

Were you at the matches against Hammers and Leicester? Because you’d have seen how jaded we looked.

My point is not that we lost but where it went wrong. We have an even tougher Christmas and January period so if we are to take the title away from “ the best premier league side ever” then we need to improve on last season.

{Ed001's Note - what if they do not do as well as last season? They have already dropped points. Then we only need to match last season to win. This ridiculous insistence on things no one can possibly know is getting embarrassing.

We wouldn't be doing any more than getting travel plans in place and figuring out where to train etc. Nothing else will be done until the time as injuries, form and illness could completely change everything. They won't even organise what kind of training they will do this far ahead as these are human beings they are dealing with and will not be exactly the same this year as they were last year. They might be fitter and faster or more tired or less tired. It is not the same as last year just with a few new games because people change and results will be different etc.

It is like people think we are talking about something where there are no other factors than number of games! These are not robots we are dealing with and they are constantly assessed and training and diet adjusted to suit their current states, not some state decided 6 months ago.}


9.) 07 Sep 2019 10:29:08
It’s got nothing to do with City dropping points, it’s about our performance levels at a crucial stage of the season, which clearly dropped after a congested period last season as is for every other team. It’s going to be even more tiring on the players with a trio to Doha.

I respect your initial answer ed001 and I’m sorry if you find my responses to other posters embarrassing but that’s the way it is from my point of view and I will respond to them how I feel appropriated.

{Ed001's Note - I give up, if you can't even stick by your own answers and want to keep moving the goalposts you are wasting everyone's time. You were the one that said that City mattered, now you are saying they don't. Utter crap this whole thread.}


10.) 07 Sep 2019 10:54:44
Really? My response to you was regarding City dropping points in your last comments!
The thread is regarding how we approach the situation over the festive period and the month beyond and how we struggled last season due to fatigue and the fact it will be even harder this time round.

Like I said, respect your initial response but I have my view too. Maybe close the thread then because clearly we disagree.

{Ed001's Note - er no, I responded to you saying about how you had a crystal ball and we needed more points to beat City.}


11.) 07 Sep 2019 11:20:12
Just scrolling back, can’t see where I mentioned I had a crystal ball.

And yes I do think we will need more points to beat City whilst on the topic, don’t you? All I said initially was that us dropping points let City back in. The other posters started to mention city to which I responded.

Let me know if you want to borrow my crystal ball for the Dubai lottery mate, then you won’t have to put up with my nonsense mate.

{Ed001's Note - again prescience. I have no idea what we will need. Or whether dropping points will allow City in or if they will drop more points too. I don't think about it because I really don't see the point. The variables will change so much it is a complete waste of time. There is a reason why Paisley used to always say we focus on the next game at a time.

What Dubai lottery? And what would that have to do with putting up with you? I don't do this for the money.}


12.) 07 Sep 2019 11:36:41
I think we are all entitled to our opinions Ed001 and we clearly don’t agree here.

It was a joke regarding the lottery.

{Ed001's Note - you may be entitled to it, but it doesn't make you any less wrong ;-)


13.) 07 Sep 2019 11:55:56
Have a good day ed001.

And do appreciate all you Ed’s and the site, even though I’m always right.

Haha.

{Ed001's Note - you don't know how difficult it was to resist changing the word right to wrong!!! You too mate, take care.}


14.) 08 Sep 2019 20:35:46
Drogie, Ed01 responded to you much better than I could have. By the way, the thread was about how Klopp would manage the team during the festive period. You were the one who inserted City and points gaps and all that rubbish from last season, as an answer to my post, which has nothing to f=do with the topic. I don't care what happened last season and could not be arsed about City or what they do.

Yes, we had a gap and then we had a poor spell. So what? It happens every season cos Even City had their bad spell (which allowed us to go top) before we had ours. We had a 7 point lead and played City in a game that could have gone either way esp. had Kompany been sent off. We lost by a sqweeker in a VERY close game so I can deal w/ that, unlike you clearly.

Also, You mentioned Leicester BUT yet forgot that we were robbed of a penalty with Keita that today, VAR would have awarded. City won their last 15 games (18 or their 19 games) and any team that does that and wins the PL by one point, should be applauded. If you thought we were going to win every game or not get a sticky patch last season, then that is your fault and yours alone, which shows how much you know about football at this level.


 

 

 

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16 Aug 2019 12:43:52
That’s correct, fan ran on and slipped into Adrián. His ankle is swollen, might make it tomorrow.

Drogie

{Ed025's Note - or...typical liverpool drunken thug flouts security by invading the pitch and injures goalkeeper..


 

 

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12 Aug 2019 19:54:43
True mate, fingers crossed.

Drogie

 

 

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12 Aug 2019 19:35:23
I thought that too Ed001.

Last time the club was vague, Ox was out for the season.

Drogie

{Ed001's Note - everyone knew that Ox would be out for at least 6 months though and it was a totally different kind of injury. That was a potential career ending injury. This is talking about weeks not months, so hopefully not too bad.}


 

 

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07 Aug 2019 19:38:08
Love it 6 times.

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06 Aug 2019 21:54:56
Red Lobster, can you sing your VVD song to me please, just replace the name with Maguire 😭😭

Or are you just one of those annoying arm chair fans?

Reading your previous posts, I would certainly hazard a guess at the latter 😂.

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16 Sep 2019 09:20:38
Everything about this site is brilliant 666.

You all should hold your heads up high pal.

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14 Sep 2019 21:43:10
Very naive something red.

City lost more games than us last season yet still won the league.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m delighted to see city lose bit they’ll only dip into the market and buy another centre back in January if needed.

They were poor and lost to Palace and Newcastle last year with similar performances but still came out on top.

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14 Sep 2019 10:57:04
So do I Grino, I just hope they allocate more seats to the season ticket waiting list than they did for the main stand.

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14 Sep 2019 06:59:29
I’m not terribly concerned with Adrian Wolfe, he’s put in a couple of decent shifts. As Epic alluded to, I’d be more concerned with Migs between the sticks.

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14 Sep 2019 06:56:07
I would say Fabhino and Bobby will be on the bench due to their participation in the US with Brazil.

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