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02 Oct 2018 13:10:26
Did someone say transfers?!?

Eds, after our significant spend in the summer and lack of outgoings do you expect to see only outgoings in January?

And in terms of next summer, what areas do you expect us to look to strengthen/ update?


{Ed002's Note - I cannot predict the timing of transfers but across the board there does seem to be a swell of clubs looking to do business in January, but I am not so sure Liverpool are one of those. Regardless, the club has looked at Ruben Dias - the Benfica CB - on several occasions and watched him in a national game against Croatia in September, but with Gomez emerging it would make little sense for the player to move somewhere he will be no more than noise in the squad. As I have said already, the club has returned to watch Diego Laxalt (LM) - and that makes sense as the club could do with adding a specialist player there. What makes less sense is the club considering someone for CM at this time with the surprising interest in Aaron Ramsey and the club taking a look at Nicolo Barella (who looks to be heading elsewhere). Obviously scouts will continue to attend games and report back on players, and I suspect interest in the Mexican kiddie Diego Lainez (LW).}

1.) 02 Oct 2018 16:03:05
Well Ed002 I can hardly be classed as your biggest fan (I highly doubt you lose any sleep over that) but can I just say your last few replies have been a joy to read! Long may it continue!

{Ed002's Note - You are very sweet.}

2.) 02 Oct 2018 17:05:14
Wow thanks Ed! What a response. I thought Laxalt was one of Uruguay's best performers (along with Bentancur and Cavani) in the summer. Agree on the Ramsey and Dias links lacking sense. As for Lainez, will look him up! Thanks again!

3.) 02 Oct 2018 17:26:15
Thank you very much for this information Ed, it is most appreciated.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}

4.) 02 Oct 2018 19:18:40
Thanks a lot Ed002. As always your information is highly appreciated. Don't know where the site would be without you.

{Ed002's Note - Too kind.}

5.) 02 Oct 2018 20:18:07
See how nice Ed002 is when he’s not asked silly questions all the time! That said I bet some have been filtered out. 😂.

6.) 03 Oct 2018 00:27:05
Laxalt is primarily a left mid but can play left back right? Can see him in for Moreno?

{Ed002's Note - No, he played LB in the World Cup but that would not be what the club are interested in.}

7.) 03 Oct 2018 12:34:12
Not that it means much nowadays, but hasn't Laxalt literally just signed for Milan in the summer?

8.) 03 Oct 2018 13:53:07
Thanks very much for those pieces of info ed, they’re very much appreciated.



08 Jan 2018 11:24:18
Do we genuinely have interest in Alisson?


{Ed002's Note - Roma has admitted an approach from one side (not Liverpool) and they know of interest of others - which may well include Liverpool, but certainly includes barcelona.}

1.) 08 Jan 2018 12:12:02
Thanks Ed. He looks like a very very good keeper. Hope we’re interested.

{Ed002's Note - I think there is interest and certainly he is well thought of having previously been of interest to the Manchester sides and Juve.}

2.) 08 Jan 2018 12:31:31
Would be a good shout. He’s big, agile and commands his area well. He is keeping Ederson out of the Brazil team so he is no mug.

3.) 08 Jan 2018 13:11:48
ed has said they have no need to sell now cl to play for and last 16 they are not stupid what team sell a key player mid season whith no replace.

4.) 08 Jan 2018 12:48:04
What are Barcas plans for ter stegan Ed? Would be difficult to keep 2 first choice keepers happy.

{Ed002's Note - This is the Liverpool page Den.}

5.) 08 Jan 2018 13:38:27
Even as a summer target, a good choice.

6.) 08 Jan 2018 14:20:11
If we're going to make a real challenge next year we've got to be in for a quality keeper. I'd add to that a new CB to play with VvD, a creative type midfielder to replace little Phil (you all know the options by now), another midfield pivot to play alongside Keita and another striker - we'd look a little short up top if we had long term injuries. So 5 1st team additions - good enough to go straight in the team.

I'm assuming 1 or 2 of our current keepers will be allowed to find new clubs (Migs and Bogdan? ) + Can (shame - always liked his endeavour) and Sturridge. Possibly Wijnaldum and Ings may also be considered surplus + 1 of Lovren or Matip.

Obviously there may also be others leaving which I assume will help with FFP and getting those 5 new faces in.

Here's hoping. Either way I trust Klopp to do what he can with the tools at his disposal. I just won't understand it if he doesn't prioritise a new keeper. C'mon Jurgen - you played centre half - you must know the significance of a quality, organising, brave keeper? Makes the whole back line better.

7.) 08 Jan 2018 14:27:10
I still think we’ve missed a chance with Ward. Question for the Ed’s, I know it has been said on here that Ward isn’t happy and wants to go somewhere where he will play, but do you know what the view of him at the club is? Do the coaches rate him as a potential EPL keeper? Thanks.

{Ed002's Note - Well it seems Klopp has apparently told him he will be number one in the future. But I suspect he was fibbing. Typically clubs will use older experienced goalkeepers as third choice and have them giving advice and working with the youth and younger goalkeepers - but that is not how it works at Liverpool.

He is third choice right now and needs to look to move on in the summer.}

8.) 08 Jan 2018 14:31:08

‘ed has said they have no need to sell now cl to play for and last 16 they are not stupid what team sell a key player mid season whith no replace. ’

Ummm. Liverpool and Coutinho? ;) just joking but your post made me chuckle.

9.) 08 Jan 2018 14:45:47
I think that was the point SGR!

10.) 08 Jan 2018 15:06:58
Thanks Ed002, big shame about him not getting that chance. Out of interest is there a deliberate policy of 3 relatively younger keepers or just how it has worked out?

{Ed002's Note - I think you will find two of Liverpool's four registered PL GKs are around 30.}

11.) 08 Jan 2018 15:32:20
Hope you’re well Ed.

I have heard a rumour from a deep source that Klopp wasn’t fibbing to Ward, but it’s actually the players attitude since arriving back at the club that has cost him a first team place, or at least a shot at it. Not sure how true this is though.

{Ed002's Note - So why would Klopp tell him he will be number one? His attitude probably relates to a very good loan being destroyed by Klopp (who then didn't play him) and the a season long loan being rejected by Klopp (who then didn't play him). Klopp then tells him he is number 3 (so the chance to sit on the bench in the League Cup) and then Klopp tells him he will be number one in the future. There appears to be a trend here.}

12.) 08 Jan 2018 15:39:19
Ward, Bogdan and Mingolet all need to leave for various reasons. Obviously not all at once.

Wish Ward well he will be a top keeper.

13.) 08 Jan 2018 15:53:44
I don't like what Klopp's done with Ward, but he could fix the situation by playing the lad. I mean, it's not like Mignolet or Karius have set the world alight here. Sure, throwing him in at the deep end wouldn't be fair, but he at least deserves a start somewhere.

{Ed002's Note - He deserved to stay in Scotland and then deserved time playing for the first team at Huddersfield. I don't think he will get the chance at Liverpool Amerigo.}

14.) 08 Jan 2018 15:55:14
A fair point well presented Ed. A shame as the boy has definitely played well during his loan spells.

Are you going to promise me a starting position in the charity match and then bench me instead.?

{Ed002's Note - I need to get on to that - I am running around for other reasons for a few days but at the end of the week I will be on to it. Or my PA will.}

15.) 08 Jan 2018 17:11:16
Says something that Mignolet is so far from where you expect an experienced keeper to be that I’d forgotten he is is almost 30 already.

16.) 09 Jan 2018 17:25:20
Was obvious from the start the decision on Ward was a poor one, he could have played a full prem season with huddersfield (and a starting position in prem is a very rare opportunity for a young keeper) .

If he’d performed we could bring him back in the summer as no.1 with a full year of experience and prem tested, as it is we have no idea if he can cope. Feel very sorry for the lad.




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04 May 2019 10:32:18
Still gutted about the result. It really was an exceptional performance from the lads and at one point in the second half I thought we were going to not only equalise but also blitz them. But alas, we missed all of the chances and rest is now a painful history.

Ed, whilst our front 3 are the envy of the most of Europe do you feel they are clinical enough yet? Is there coaching work to do with them or is it just a natural talent?


{Ed001's Note - there is always more that can be learnt, no matter how good a player is. The problem is not coaching out the natural ability and turning them into robots, like most players are these days.}

1.) 04 May 2019 12:38:58
I posted some time back that Salah is an incredible goal scorer, but more because he is such a good player and creates so many chances vs. being especially clinical.

Having said that, he can improve further still, and is already so exceptional I wouldn’t swap him for anyone bar Messi perhaps.

2.) 04 May 2019 14:10:18
Admittedly only highlights but last year I seen some cracking goals as well as assists and nice passing. He reminds me of David silva but with better shooting.

{Ed001's Note - David Silva works hard though.}

3.) 04 May 2019 15:35:08
Salah is a phenomenal footballer, no doubts nor but's about it. He is not a natural goalscorer neither is he a natural goalscorer. However, Salah SCORES goals (and creates a BOAT load of chances for others) and his impact on the team's performances for the majority of games (goals and assists or not) cannot be emphasized.

IMO, Salah in the space of two seasons with us, has turned into players like Messi, Suarez, Aguero, Lewandowski ets. I am not saying he is as good as they are, ability-wise. What I am saying is that he like these players, impact a game by their MERE presence on the pitch. When they have the ball, you HAVE to account for them even if they are just standing there and doing nothing when the ball comes their way.

That is the type of impact he is having at LFC. Did I also mention he is leading scorer in the PL and has near double digits in assists this season?
Now, Can Salah improve his finishing and first touch? absolutely and he should look to do that and I am sure he will. The same goes for Mane and Bobbie.



15 Apr 2019 09:27:28
Great to see that fluency and intensity back yesterday. We looked really good albeit the wild 10 minutes against a Chelsea in top form. We really need City to make a mistake now. Just one. Come on!




10 Apr 2019 11:48:56
The Chelsea game is huge. Am trying my best to not to let the 2014 game affect me but jeez it’s difficult!

Of course Hazard is primed for his annual Anfield performance again. With TAA and Matip’s shaky form right now I’d be tempted to bring Joe back early. I can’t see Klopp risking it though.

Can you believe we haven’t beaten Chelsea at Anfield since 2012 - and even that one was the dead rubber straight after that cup final defeat to them.

Ugh, this is stressful!


1.) 10 Apr 2019 12:21:48
one of those ones where I hope we don't over think. Hope we just aet up to destroy em. we are primed for a big performance in the league. Chelsea at home is perfect timing.

2.) 10 Apr 2019 13:57:34
Giroud and Hazard versus Matip and TAA - the most unpleasant thought of the whole week.

3.) 10 Apr 2019 14:05:36
Matip should play, lovren was well off the pace last night and had Portos striker took his chances it could have easily been 3-2 Porto. Every chance for there striker came from lovrens mistakes. I hope Gomez gets fit either because neither are good enough.

{Ed001's Note - er actually a lot of those mistakes were actually not Lovren's but van Dijk. There were a number of times he should have been dropping in behind on the cover and he failed to do so. When the midfielders had the ball, they always looked to play it in behind for Marega. As the free man, with Marega being on Lovren's side, van Dijk should have looked to cover that ball. It was their only avenue of attack but he failed to react. Lovren was well off the pace, but van Dijk was no better, it wouldn't have mattered if it was Matip there, those mistakes would have still been happening.}

4.) 10 Apr 2019 14:32:59
I knew you’d bite Ed 😁. I hope Gomez gets fit soon, If we can we as solid and consistent as we were in our opening ten games then the leagues ours. Matin and lovren both aren’t good enough.

{Ed001's Note - agreed. Van Dijk plays like he is alongside Gomez anyway, so we need to get him back. Then we can play high risk football at the back with less of an issue as both centre backs have recovery pace.}

5.) 10 Apr 2019 16:01:13
Chelsea have a game tomorrow let us not forget 🤝.

6.) 10 Apr 2019 16:05:58
considering Lovren has been out for so long I thought he did quite well last night.

7.) 10 Apr 2019 16:45:21
Agreed flidby.

8.) 10 Apr 2019 16:46:41
I would go with lovren for the chelsea game. That said, we have not lost a game with matip in there. And i think a draw with chelsea and four more wins and the league is ours.

9.) 10 Apr 2019 17:13:36
Robbiesline I admire your optimism mate, but if we draw against Chelsea And win the other 4 then Citeh can afford to loose a game and will win the league I’m afraid. We need to win a five games and hope Citeh loose a game, which I just can’t see them doing unfortunately.

10.) 10 Apr 2019 17:04:19
Do you think Gomez might be used now Ed? He been on bench last few games so can’t be far away?

{Ed001's Note - I don't know, he must be close to make it on the bench.}

11.) 10 Apr 2019 18:44:03
I don't think klopp will risk gomez for fear of injury. Not yet anyways. Klopp has always said that the players have to build up a resistance of stamina. I'm hoping he'll be fully fit for the semi's as vvd and gomez will be needed as a partnership against Barcelona or even the mancs.
I think lovren will play against chelsea. they are due a loss at our place.
If citeh drop points against Palace we need to take full advantage and if they don't drop points then we need to keep the pressure on as I do think they will drop points in the next two weeks with the games and intensity they will be playing at. If they do, do that it will give us the injection of confidence to get the 29 year itch scratched.

12.) 10 Apr 2019 20:00:35
Chelsea will certainly be looking to hit us on the break, playing the call in behind for Hazard to run onto.

We need to cut out those mistakes on Sunday or it’ll be a nightmare!

I think they might rest Hazard.

13.) 10 Apr 2019 20:48:58
Good point virgil. Goal difference. But i think city will drop points at both spurs and utd. I think we might drop 2 with chelsea. I think if we beat chelsea, we will win the league.

To say you can't see city losing, well they lost last night mate, to a team they still have to play in the new stadium. They also have the utd game which, with uyd playing well recently and being at home i think city are going to get beat.

I think they draw with spurs and get beat by utd. Our undoing could be a draw with palace.

I dunno, im babbling, im nervous. Im worried but optimistic. I would rather have our run in than theirs. But i would rather be on equal points right now. Its going to be so close.

Ill say this, i really believe we will lift a trophy this year, and either one will be amazing.

14.) 10 Apr 2019 22:32:24
Do the not play spuds at home?

15.) 11 Apr 2019 10:11:12
They do. City are at home against Spurs.

16.) 12 Apr 2019 20:04:02
Klopp has said that Gomez needs more training sessions to get his sharpness or part of it back so no point beating a dead horse on that front. As for Lovs' perf. vs Porto, for someone who is off the pace, I thought he did well too under the circumstances so I would not mind him starting cos he is more proactive, aggressive and more defensively sound than Matip.

As for the pathetic statistic that we haven't lost since Matip has been playing, that is a non-entity. That "stat" does not remove from the fact that he has been poor, is a ball-watcher, wanders into no-man's-land trying to dribble everyone instead of releasing the ball on time hence, always caught out of position leaving us vulnerable at the back, gets rolled by his opponent too much, and finally, gets bullied by any striker you put on him. Just ask Shane Long. Pretty sure that stat did not mention any of the stuff I just posted above. This is why stats mean nothing.



09 Jan 2019 10:59:59
I was really impressed with Ki Jana Hoever. The kid looks to have the raw ingredients to be a top centrehalf in the future. Can’t believe he’s 16! Wow.

On a different note, whilst 4 senior centrehalves is a sensible number the injury track record of Lovren, Matip and Gomez suggests that the 4 is probably more like 3.

For that reason I think we went into the season a CB short. Perhaps the fewer games in January will be a blessing so we can get Joe and Joel fit and ready for the rest of the season.


1.) 09 Jan 2019 12:10:10
I think it’s easy to say we are a CB short when three are injured. Let’s say we bought a quality CB in the summer for £25M. Fast forward to January and that guy isn’t getting a look in because Joe and VVD are killing it and are injury free. Instead, we could have Mane and Firmino injured, and then the same folks would be raging on about how we should have signed a CF and not a CB.
Hindsight is fantastic mate, but don’t think you as a coach go into planning your squad assuming three CBs would get injured and none of the forwards would, irrespective of their past injury record.

2.) 09 Jan 2019 12:16:40
I don’t think it’s hindsight. The collective injury record of the centrehalves was highlighted during the summer - the fact is Matip Gomez Lovren and Klavan haven’t strung together 10-15 games without injury. You might not be able to plan for injuries but you can use injury records to mitigate your future risks.

3.) 09 Jan 2019 12:39:22
Perfect. So let's expand squad sizes to 33. 👍.

4.) 09 Jan 2019 12:53:13
No just replace Lovren and Matip with decent cover that don't have a history of being injured as often.

5.) 09 Jan 2019 13:29:49
It only takes one injury though and you can go from ‘bullet-proof’ to ‘sick-note’

I think we’ve just been unlucky with injuries to central defenders.
I would look to replace at least one of Matip or Lovren with someone experienced who can share the load with Gomez and also help him develop. Alderweireld would have been ideal.

We need better options at full back too IMO.

6.) 09 Jan 2019 14:36:19
Hear that Hyppia is available on a free?

7.) 09 Jan 2019 15:06:23
Just read a piece that cited Huth, Cahill, Wolschied and Florentin Pogba as the best available options.

Jesus Christ. Let's just play Klopp alongside Virgil.

8.) 09 Jan 2019 15:20:17
Surely you're exaggerating, MK. Aren't they all close to retirement, they weren't even good in their prime.
Who in their right mind would right such an article? It was probably a satirical piece.

9.) 09 Jan 2019 15:30:40
Nope. Seriously. Still on newsnow latest news I think! Something about 3-5-1-1.

10.) 09 Jan 2019 16:05:21
I actually don't think Cahill is that bad and could - if our CB injuries were more long term in nature - do a decent job. He has a good list of honours to his name which a lot of our players don't and that winning experience can be invaluable at the later end of a season.

11.) 09 Jan 2019 16:58:44
Still don't think impact bone breaks count as injury prone.

Repeated soft tissue tears, sprains ect alla Lovern is injury prone for me.

12.) 09 Jan 2019 17:03:27
Cahill is so bad he can't get in the team ahead of David Luiz. He's also only ever been any good in a really deep line with John Terry alongside him.

I'd rather play with one centre back. He'd just get in Virgils way 😂.

13.) 09 Jan 2019 20:09:51
Idontlooklikeklopp, since we signed him, in which season has Gomez not missed a minimum of a month with an injury?

The answer is none.

He’s a terrific talent, but his injury record is not great, regardless of the type of injury. For me it’s down to him playing too many games because he has to cover RB and is rarely rested. When players are tired they are more likely to get injured so we need to get a new RB in ASAP to allow Gomez to focus solely on CB. We also need to replace Matip or Lovren with someone who can properly rotate with Gomez and VVD so we can rest them and give them proper competition.

14.) 09 Jan 2019 20:11:21
Pavard would have been ideal but he is off to Bayern. what's everyones opinions on bringing back Coady? For me he has grown into a fine player, a leader, liverpool through and through and would fit into a team playing a high line who plays out from the back.

{Ed002's Note - There was zero interest in Pavard and slightly less in Coady.}

15.) 10 Jan 2019 07:54:08
Well perhaps Cahill can just come and display his medal collection to show our players what it's like to actually win something then MK?

16.) 10 Jan 2019 10:39:20
Yeah sure johnny. Get him to bring Gabriel Obertan, Ben Haim, Djimi Traore and Bojan Krkic with him.

Come on mate. Medals mean nothing when it comes to judging an individual's ability. Last time Cahill was anything like a regular he had Terry on his left, Ivanovic on his right and a prime Matic in front of him, whilst playing in a seriously deep backline in a Mourinho side, just smashing long balls up to Diego Costa.

No way could he play in a higher line where he'd be asked to play possession based football. He's not had a good game since the 2014/ 15 season. It's all opinions I guess, but I think nostalgia is rose tinted sometimes.



27 Dec 2018 17:06:45
Merry Xmas folks! What a great start to the season. Let’s push on in 2019.

Ed, you mentioned that we may need to replace 2 midfielders - I assume Lallana and Milly - wouldn’t Keita be seen as the Lallana replacement and the Ox as Milners? And do you think Curtis Jones and Ben Woodburn have enough talent to step up?


{Ed001's Note - Keita was to strengthen the team and Ox the same. You don't just let people go without bringing someone in mate.

Jones might well have, he is getting a few rave reviews I hear. Woodburn has the talent but he is a long way away from what is needed.}

1.) 27 Dec 2018 19:08:08
What’s your opinion on Laxsalt Ed001? Do you think he would fit in well with our style mate and could he well be an option in January or summer?

{Ed001's Note - he impressed me, would be a useful signing I think as he could also act as cover for Robbo. Has pace, good technique and works hard. I know we are interested but I am not expecting much to happen for us in January, though it depends on outs really.}

2.) 27 Dec 2018 19:26:35
I really doubt that Milan would let Laxalt leave in January.

3.) 27 Dec 2018 19:35:25
Want him so bad, and his hair is daft enough for us, stood out for me in the World Cup.

4.) 27 Dec 2018 19:25:18
Ok mate cheers for that, have a good evening Ed.

{Ed001's Note - it is late here mate, if only I could get the old folks off the karaoke I would be asleep already!}

5.) 27 Dec 2018 19:57:10
Don’t lie eds we all know your up there singing B52 “love shack”😂😂.

{Ed001's Note - that is Ed025's jam mate, if that comes on there is nobody else getting near the mic! As for me I refuse to partake when the machine does not have You'll Never Walk Alone. Only song I know the words to.}

6.) 27 Dec 2018 20:09:47
Lol, sounds like your having a good bash mate enjoy. Appreciate you replying to our posts mate at Xmas when you have family around.

7.) 28 Dec 2018 02:52:49
Hope you had a good night Ed mate.

{Ed001's Note - paying for it now and I don't even drink, so Fowler alone knows what the rest of em will be like when they wake!}

8.) 28 Dec 2018 06:28:34
Laxalt would be our answer to Pogba. Every top team needs someone with wild hair.




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04 Jan 2019 15:08:16
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02 Oct 2018 17:05:14
Wow thanks Ed! What a response. I thought Laxalt was one of Uruguay's best performers (along with Bentancur and Cavani) in the summer. Agree on the Ramsey and Dias links lacking sense. As for Lainez, will look him up! Thanks again!




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15 Jul 2018 14:50:29
Lol at the reverse psychology. Poor old Liverpool resigned to having to go for Navas whilst the uber rich West Londoners get Alisson.




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18 May 2018 11:38:49
Putting aside specific names, I think one thing that has changed is that we are identifying the positions to strengthen a lot better than in the past. Historically we'd be stockpiling players in positions we were already strong and ignoring the glaring weaknesses. For that reason I am much more bullish about our up and coming business.




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20 Mar 2018 10:53:15
Hmmm so reading between the lines replacing Emre, Clyne and Mignolet are priorities this summer.

Personally I think we need two central midfielders as Hendo (injuries), Milner (not a midfielder) and Gini (anonymous more often than not), Ox (not a midfielder) aren't the hub of a title-challenging team.

As for Karius, well kudos to him for re-establishing himself and being a keeper that does not lose us points. However, wouldn't a title challenger want a keeper than wins you points?





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13 May 2019 12:33:15
You could argue that not being in the domestic cup competitions has helped us chase the two big prizes this season. I think in general Klopp and backroom team have managed the workload well this season. The only small issue was the lost rhythm after the two warm weather breaks. But those breaks might be what helped us with a run in filled with emotional late winners.




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07 May 2019 23:38:18
We’re all Ed right now. What a night!




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07 May 2019 10:11:14
Do you think we’ll try again Ed?


{Ed001's Note - hard to say but he is almost certain to leave so it is possible.}



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21 Apr 2019 11:10:17
Clearly Harry realised his obsession with a certain type of midfield was greater than his love for Liverpool Football Club. Just surprised he didn’t opt for Chelsea with Jorginho and Kovacic there.

The only times he would post on here would be to confirm his bias about our not having an Alonso and Silva in our midfield.




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10 Apr 2019 08:58:11
I saw that Harry had switched allegiances too! How bizarre. Surely the Chelsea midfield was the one for him?