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22 Sep 2014 12:48:36
Eds, is Ron-Robert Zieler a possibility? I think ed001 said we may have looked at him in the past, not sure on that though.



{Ed002's Note - No.}



26 Aug 2014 15:26:51
Ed002/001, with Cech being available, and Liverpool seemingly being interested in a GK, is it even remotely possible that we may look to him to resolve that? I understand Romero is of interest & it's unlikely that we've ever shown an interest, but I'm just wondering if it's impossible.




{Ed002's Note - The interest in Cech is from Real Madrid, Monaco and PSG. Not from Liverpool.}



31 Jul 2014 11:33:47
I am told we are set to reenter negotiations with Sevilla following Bertrand's loan to Southampton.


1.) 31 Jul 2014 14:27:53
If we r aspas is doing all he can to tell him to stay away from Liverpool.

2.) Hope so . rate moreno highly

3.) Yeah Tommy, can't see a welcome way back for Aspas. if there was ever one.
No class.




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13 Apr 2017 01:55:10
A question for Eds, not Liverpool related.

How do you view the treatment of the Dortmund first team in terms of the 'postponement' of the game vs. Monaco? Of course they argue that the schedule is tight as it is but it seems to me that it was more for the convenience of sponsors. I am aware that there is a lot of money invested in the CL but there was no apparent acknowledgement that they were dealing with humans.

To me, it was as though they didn't care which Dortmund turned up, just that they'd appear on TV, preferably with 11 players. I'm not even sure that they wanted to postpone it at all.


{Ed001's Note - you have lost me. Dortmund were the ones who were against a postponement. A postponed game has always just been played the next day, ask Man City.}

1.) 13 Apr 2017 09:54:13
Tuchel has stated that the team were not consulted when deciding when to play the game, and thaat the decision was taken in Switzerland.

{Ed001's Note - yes but the precedent had been set so there was no need. Everyone knew the deal and it was Dortmund opposed to postponing things at all. Tuchel is just looking for excuses before the game kicks off. Poor management again from a man who is fast getting a reputation for it. He always tries to be too clever and it cost them last night.}

2.) 13 Apr 2017 12:08:08
Sounds like he'd be a perfect replacement for Wenger! 😏.

3.) 13 Apr 2017 14:20:12
He wouldn't be complaining had they won.
He should keep is mouth shut and be thankful no-one got seriously hurt. What's more important?

4.) 13 Apr 2017 15:06:55
Spot on, Ed. it seems he tries to outsmart everyone and he ends up outsmarting himself. Same thing he did in the EL tie with LFC last season. Klopp was able to change his tactics and he just kept doing the same thing and he got punished for it. I guess he's still doing the same thing.



01 Apr 2017 18:23:09
A great result and what I feel like was a good performance when it was most important. Everton's defending will get a lot of attention for the second and third goals but both of them were top class.

Coutinho was back to his usual devastating self with the pass for Origi's goal only bested by the run and finish beforehand. Origi did really well in that situation to take the shot on almost immediately as it completely stupefied Robles, with the shot literally travelling over his right shoulder. Poor man.

Today showed all the signs of a good team as although we weren't at 100% all of the time (apart from Lucas perhaps) in the decisive moments we showed that we are the better team, no matter what @RoKo may tweet in fury about Herr Klopp and his band of 'crazy' men tonight around 10:30pm tonight. One word: Boom!

Top performance from the fans in attendance today, especially for a fitting tribute to Ronnie Moran.




04 Mar 2017 19:38:45
I'm really happy with the win and that performance but it really does highlight that our struggles against the so called lesser teams seems to be an attitude problem, I didn't see anyone on the ground which is a surprise considering Klopp was so naive in putting the team through a mini-preseason so I don't think fitness has anything to do with it.

Wijnaldum is turning into the most frustrating player in the team, great performance tonight. The whole back four played well, I think Klavan especially and while he's not someone you would want starting every week he is an upgrade on Skrtel to say the least. Lallana was out of this world at times with his closing down and his vision - summed up with his involvement in the third goal.

I'm really pleased that we won, but we must take this opportunity and use it to push for the top 4 now.


1.) 04 Mar 2017 22:08:42
Its looking like less an atitude problem and more a tactical problem.

Where 1 week away from the enzt match and only fans. Yet we know burnley will. sit the whole team behind yhe ball and counter.

The tacics tonight won't work next week.

Thats the problem. There is no need to press when you have the ball. We will have 70% next week.

So its about finiding a way to win.

Scout burnlet and find wrakness in how they play and build a team that can exploit that. If they don't like pace then throw moreno and mane on the wings and play yhem. as wide. as they will. don't have 7 number 10's tryig to pass thete way through the middle.



27 Jan 2017 17:58:25
Bit of talk about Raymond Verheijen, even Ed002 with a comment about his 'warning' to Klopp (Which I assume was a bit tongue in cheek) as fitness is clearly not the issue at the minute.

I feel like we've had 2 significant injuries (Matip's extended because of the uncertainty) December through January, although until recently people thought we were coping well without them. We were completely dominant against Southampton, we didn't create A LOT of chances but we created enough to score at least 2 (Sturridge over the bar twice around the six yard box) . The goal we conceded was on the counter attack from shouts for a penalty dismissed in our favor late on in the game, we needed a goal. I think we missed Gini big time around Southampton's box, Can is a little slow and not as energetic, as much as I like him.

It certainly wasn't a stellar performance (nor has recent form), and it's obviously disappointing to go out in the semis, but looking on the bright side we have Coutinho and Matip back. TAA can develop into a top drawer player in that right back decision as he's so effective going forward, at times he was the only one seizing the initiative in creating chances - even more exciting given he didn't let the occasion of a semi-final frighten him. Feel free to disagree, but I think we look in great shape in the mid to long term and we should just enjoy the ride. I'm sure Ed002 said a while ago it would be a bit like a Roller-coaster, as prescient as ever.


1.) 27 Jan 2017 21:15:46
TAA was great going forwards but his crossing was terrible, definitely needs to work on that as the last couple of games I've seen him play, he does great getting up the pitch but it's that final ball in that let's him down. Still, he's young and will get better and I think will be a real quality right back for us, eventually

2.) 27 Jan 2017 23:05:54
That's unfair on TAA, BP. Alright some went astray, but you'd expect that from a young lad and for the most part his crosses were right in the danger area and miles better than Clyne manages game after game after game. TAA is one of the very few that have come out of the last couple of matches with any credit.

3.) 28 Jan 2017 00:07:55
I disagree, BPP. Some of the crosses TAA put in were peaches had the strikers made the necessary runs instead of being behind the play at times. He`s actually a better crosser than Clyne, IMO.

Fornax, I agree with you, on the whole. The team is just lacking in confidence and a confident team would have converted those chances and gotten that penalty call cos it was clear as day. We just need an important win to get us back on track and hopefully Tues will be the day but before then, we have to beat Wolves.

As for the Raymond fella, he needs to give it a rest. The injuries we suffered are joint injuries like the heel and Ankles for Hendo, Matip and Couts. Not muscle injuries where the strain of training and physical effort is mainly felt, IMO. We are having a rough time for diverse reasons but I doubt the ftness thing, is the issue.

4.) 28 Jan 2017 09:57:28
TAA do need to work on his end product, both decisions and executing. But he has so many other things going for him and will be a great player for us for many years. His first touch is on par with Couthinos, pace, positioning going forward, short-& midrange passing are all very good and will get even better as he matures as a player.



20 Jan 2017 22:05:31
Matip has clearance to play for us during AFCON, wonder if he'll start tomorrow.


1.) 20 Jan 2017 22:28:03
Dont think he will start, as Klopp will have set up his defence with practise drills, but this is great news, and a real lift for the club .

2.) 21 Jan 2017 07:41:29
He'll be needed next week




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01 Apr 2017 19:21:02
Again, seems to be Bild so I wouldn't take too much note of it. Ed002 says we can make it happen if we want to.




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15 Feb 2017 12:20:47
I think you maybe right Harry, if they play him at CB they'll definitely not concede 4 goals again.




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14 Feb 2017 11:09:53
Ah, the return of the cheeky bid. Eagerly anticipating the appearance of a smokescreen this summer.




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30 Dec 2016 17:19:28
It's clear that he's unable to push for a place in our midfield with Henderson and Stewart apparently preferred by Klopp in that position. It could be a sign that Joe Gomez is nearing a return if Klopp is prepared to let Lucas go in January, and that's good news to me.

It will be a sad day when he goes but I think it's probably the best for both parties if he moves on so he can play more regularly and Liverpool can start playing our youngsters in this role, and with Henderson asserting himself as captain, Milner and Matip I say we have enough leaders in the dressing room at this moment in time.

What do you think Ed001?




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16 Nov 2016 12:21:47
This why we have a squad, it'd be foolish to the extreme to expect no injuries to key players over the season, the solution in this case seems fairly straightforward, in Wijnaldum coming back into the 11 in Lallana's stead.





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25 Apr 2017 18:03:38
Maybe we should give Big Sam a go.


{Ed001's Note - Allardyce has used that quote himself before now.}



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23 Apr 2017 17:04:34
Bang average in my opinion.




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13 Apr 2017 09:54:13
Tuchel has stated that the team were not consulted when deciding when to play the game, and thaat the decision was taken in Switzerland.


{Ed001's Note - yes but the precedent had been set so there was no need. Everyone knew the deal and it was Dortmund opposed to postponing things at all. Tuchel is just looking for excuses before the game kicks off. Poor management again from a man who is fast getting a reputation for it. He always tries to be too clever and it cost them last night.}



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12 Apr 2017 00:14:28
I think one more point than 5th should clinch it.




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10 Apr 2017 22:19:03
Sakho lacks pace? Judged by a wingers criteria, perhaps, but at CB he has good pace.