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09 Dec 2018 13:39:10
This is from today's Liverpool Echo: Shaqiri arguing with the linesman about rubbish on the pitch'. I wonder if he included some of the Bournemouth players.


1.) 09 Dec 2018 14:18:20
Bournemouth have a good team. Burnley on the other hand.

2.) 09 Dec 2018 17:21:29
Bournemouth did have a good team, missed Wilson and cook big time though. Lewis Cook looks a fantastic talent and it's a shame about his injury.

3.) 09 Dec 2018 22:21:56
Burnley are the new Stoke under then rugby manager Tony Pulis. Dreadful team, terrible tactics and a clueless, sore-loser, inept manager who sends his team out to induce some form of harm on the opposition cos he can't beat them football-wise.



04 Nov 2018 15:25:16
No way we will win the league guys. Only 20 minutes gone and City are already 3 nil up. Second spot for us will be a good achievement.


1.) 04 Nov 2018 15:50:10
Reality Check! Should have taken the League cup more seriously!

2.) 04 Nov 2018 15:57:46
Yeah, City look like us at our best. every game.
To win the league this year with Chelsea and City looking so good, pretty much requires us to win every single game till the end of the year. draws just mean 2 points dropped.

{Ed0333's Note - hence why yesterday was such a kick in the gonads...

3.) 04 Nov 2018 16:08:06
City can play any combination of there first team squad and win games with room to spare. To make 25 points up was always going to be so hard and second I feel is all any team can hope for for some seasons to come. I said at the time we should have gone all out in the league cup as we haven't had a trophy since 2012 and it would have been a good way to start winning them again. But that has been and gone. City look imperious and will be if not impossible certainly very difficult to catch if they open a 5 or 6 point lead over the others in the league.

4.) 04 Nov 2018 16:11:16
Still a long way to go but this City team have raised the bar. We are going to need to be near on perfect over the 38 games to win the league and no shame in not doing that.
I think Ed001 might have said Klopp was possibly trying to pace the season a bit better to make sure we are strong going into April and May. I think we are missing AOC a bit as we lack someone in midfield to really drive forward with the ball hopefully when Keita is fit he can step up and do this . it’s not quite as much fun as watching us last season but you can’t knock the points tally so far.

{Ed0333's Note - the Ox is a massive loss.

5.) 04 Nov 2018 16:19:25
Just because they're smashing a team on 7 points doesn't mean they're guaranteed to win the league mate, have some belief, we'll win it!

6.) 04 Nov 2018 16:24:55
Are you guys even watching the game? Southampton have been woeful at the back. It's hardly the amazing quality of City but rather the awful coaching of MArk Hughes and the terrible defending of his players. They did, in the first half, stand and allow City players to basically walk towards the goal several different times. I know City are good but teams playing as badly as Southampton just make them look like world beaters. Have some faith and try not to be so knee-jerk: a draw at a very in-form Arsenal (a game we could have won) is not the end of the world, City trampling over a crap Southampton does not change that fact.

7.) 04 Nov 2018 16:46:15
I will point out that forgetting saints, they’ve also beatnen arsenal and spurs away. So not sure who will likely be able to make them drop points.

8.) 04 Nov 2018 16:59:30
Dooooom and gloooooooom! Oh no we didn’t win against arsenal and city beat Southampton. Some of these posts are pathetic. It’s November. We’re still unbeaten in the league. We haven’t got out of third gear. We’re still in it to win it. Oh no! Chelsea are beating Palace 😩 get a grip boys.

{Ed0333's Note - I grip every morning reaper and when my wife’s not around twice.

9.) 04 Nov 2018 17:11:07
This is what a lot of us have been saying on here but the large majority have been slightly deluded making comments like we are going to "smash them. "
And when we have suggested anything, the reply has been we are jist doing fine and your overreacting!

What thise people do not understand is that you need to aim for perfection every single time as the competition is relentless.
This is the difference between Klopp compared to Mourinho and Pep - this is why neither of them acceot anything less.

Also Klopp should have played a full strength team in the Carabo cup.
Only today I have read xomments about how our bench is not as stronh as other teams - yet many were saying we had an amazing bench.

This is not the Bundsliga or any other league. This league, the teams in it do not stand still - improving in everyway is mandatory and Klopp does not seem to understand this conscept.

{Ed0333's Note - the reason our bench was not amazing was because Hendo, Lovren and Keita we’re injured.

10.) 04 Nov 2018 17:40:48
Let's not forget how that European super force, the ultra dazzling man City got nicely beaten by. (drum roll) the mighty Wigan athletic last year. Don't count chickens my friends. Can city get beat at Stamford Bridge? Of course they can. At old Trafford, Wembley, yes they can and we will have our two points back (that, let's be honest, were robbed from us)

{Ed025's Note - bloody hell robbie it was a disallowed goal not the end of the world ffs, get over it mate its not that big a deal..

11.) 04 Nov 2018 17:58:22
However putting a slightly better spin on it, next week we have Fulham at home, they leak goals for fun, we should win that game comfortably. City I think are away to United. Now Jose is master of pulling off the big result. So if City only get a draw and we beat Fulham back to all level in the leauge again. I know it's straw clutching but we are still in it.

12.) 04 Nov 2018 18:30:34
Klopp signed fab, Keita van dijke and Alison, oh and shaqiri this year. And he doesn't understand improvement? Ridiculous post.

13.) 04 Nov 2018 22:19:31
YIKES, no wonder we have not won the PL in near 3 decades. We give up so easily as soon as adversity rears it's ugly head if I can even call being two points off the table adversity. Do people think City is just going to let us wrest the title from them w/ o a fight? No way on earth that is happening so if we are not ready to give them a fight then we might as well all pack it in and go home right now.

Also, Has anyone seen the table? We are two points off City. "We don't know if City will lose points". Did anyone think they would lose points to Wolves in a game they actually did not play well in? Also, Spurs had enough chances to take a point vs City as they did not play well there either. Klopp and the boys are ready to take City on and all we can do is support and believe in them instead of throwing in the towel 11 games in. Have some belief, people!

14.) 04 Nov 2018 23:05:18
Exactly BRover. We drew a game against a team that’s won 11 of the their last 12 games in their own backyard. We had enough chances to win the game and had the goal not been disallowed I think we’d have won comfortably.
City were a Lamela shank away from dropping points at Wembley in a game where they were poor. They are not unbeatable.
If you give them the type of space Southampton did though they will destroy you.
It’s a long season a games come thick and fast. They will have a bad spell at some point, we just have to make sure we take advantage when they do.

15.) 05 Nov 2018 14:12:57
This time next week we'll be top.

16.) 05 Nov 2018 15:05:46
Now that's the spirit, BB and Big Emre. Top man!



22 Oct 2018 21:55:41
I've just watched Arsenal vs Leicester. After Man City, Arsenal are playing the most entertaining football.


1.) 22 Oct 2018 22:05:29
Wouldn't want to play them at this stage of the season! 10 unbeaten.

2.) 22 Oct 2018 23:20:24
Thanks for that 😳.

3.) 22 Oct 2018 23:27:55
Totally agree they look the real deal too me in attack an midfield, but defence against better teams might get exposed, if they fix it in January they are amongst favourites I new last year after getting aubemeyang they would score lots of goals, I honestly think we could do with that type of quality in January.

4.) 23 Oct 2018 07:03:54
It’s not 10 unbeaten, it’s 10 consecutive wins 🤓.

5.) 23 Oct 2018 09:24:49
It's emery. The best at using his squad on the planet.

Auba as a super sub.

He did it at secilla with Ben yedder and gamerio. One came on when the other team where knackered and would nearly always change the game!

6.) 23 Oct 2018 09:51:16
Arsenal were excellent going forward in the second half and their third goal was a thing of beauty. But Leicester totally dominated the first half and the Arsenal defence was once again at full stretch to keep it to 0-1. The equalizer on the stroke of half time changed the game. I have no fears about Liverpool playing them at the Emirates in 2 weeks time especially if we get our attacking mojo back in our next two games.

7.) 23 Oct 2018 15:03:05
Uh-oh let's hope not or lots of people will be offering their humblest apologies to Negative Red Walter.

8.) 24 Oct 2018 22:31:21
I agree that Arsenal are the in-form team right now. 10 wins out of 10 is nothing to sneeze at, Idon't care who you play. Having said that, they play too open esp. at home which is fine BUT you can't be that open if your defence is that horrendous. I watched them vs Leicester, Watford, Everton and WH (all at the Emirates) and they are ALWAYS slow out the blocks in the first half where all these teams (esp. WH and Everton) missed SO many chances to finish Arsenal off for good before Arsenal scored their first goal BUT they screwed up big time.

Now you can get away with that when you play the teams Arsenal have played of late. If they play us or any of the top 6 teams that way, they will get punished severely with no chance of a comeback. As for us, if we play the way we did vs Spurs (with better decision-making in the final third) I have no fears we can do them at the Emirates cos after all, we've put 4 and 3 past them in the past two seasons on their patch. The diff. here will be that we have a much better defence than we did in those times so if they let us get the lead, they could be in for a long day/ night, IMO.



22 Oct 2018 08:37:23
People are blaming the world cup and friendlies for the lack of cutting edge in the final third and fluency in general. But wasn't City affected by those factors. They are scoring so many goals? Is it simply that they have a better squad?


1.) 22 Oct 2018 09:07:47
To be fair. I have been critical but comparing us to city, it's easier coming back as champions rather than the teams whose dreams where crushed.

2.) 22 Oct 2018 09:31:19
City have a better squad than us, yeah. but I'm not sure if the principle of that fact is why we've yet to hit our stride.
Don't worry too much about it.

3.) 22 Oct 2018 10:07:23
Better squad, nah not in my opinion they don't, they've just started better with their attack. Look at how good we were attacking last season, that'll come back. We have a 10 x better defence and GK than them. Overall I think we have different qualities, I don't think they're better than us one bit, very equal in many ways but if I had to choose the better team, if Liverpools attack was on form it'd be Liverpool, which is what we'll see when we finally click and win the league.

4.) 22 Oct 2018 10:50:16
I would not say ten times better def and goal keeper, for one thing ederson is really pushing Allison in the brazil squad.

They have the exact defensive stats as us right now. 6 clean sheets 3 goals conceded.

They had a lot more clean sheets than us last season. I know that not an indicator on its own but we aren't ten times better. Maybe we edge it but certainly not ten times better.

5.) 22 Oct 2018 12:43:42
Let's not forget we've won 4-0 and 3-0 already this season, we haven't squeaked many games, we've been pretty comfortable.

6.) 22 Oct 2018 12:59:30
You have took me too literal pak mate. All I'm saying is we have a much better keeper and defence.

7.) 22 Oct 2018 13:43:01
Feel like its a combination of factors, rather then one specific one.

1) The team isn't pressing as much in order to conserve energy for later on in the season, which naturally results in less chances for a front three who are at their best on the break.
2) Salah's injury definitely had had an effect on him, even if its more mental then physical. Though the fact he's still creating so many chances is a positive.
3) As pointed out above, the world cup means the players didn't have a pre season to build up said fluidity.
4) Teams are naturally better prepared for how Liverpool play, many teams have been doubling up on Salah.
5) I've not seen anyone mention this, but Mane full recovery from his previous injury seems to have confused his game slightly. He'd adapted to being slightly slower by dropping deeper last season. He seems to have his lighting pace back, but is still finding his feet with how and when to use it.

I'm not worried though, it will come. The fact that we've had our best start to a season in a decade without said fluidity, just shows how much this team as grown. We'll put the fear of god in teams once the front three are back at their best.

{Ed001's Note - and it is still early in the season. We were not playing that well early last season either. We even got a hiding at the hands of Spurs which was well deserved. Then we clicked.}

8.) 22 Oct 2018 13:51:06
Sane wasn’t at the World Cup, Mahrez either. Aguero did not play that much. The only player in the front departement for City who played a lot was de Bruyne, and look he Got injured.
Salah is still not fit, Mane strugling a bit mabye because of the contract situation, Bobby is Bobby so dam good, but we can not expect him to put in marvelous performances everytime. All the teams we’ve met so far has doubled up in defense around Salah, Mane and Bobby. Look at City, playing only on fastbreaks last time, Kloop has figured Pep out.
Last year we heard the same whinners that complined Liverpool lost after international breaks and wasn’t able to hold on and grind results out, what's the point?
Yes we mabye need a offensive midfielder playing between the lines, but Kloop is trying to fill in Shaq. Right now we are actually giving Bobby and Mane e little rest before Christmas, that could turn out to be a blessing.
Chelsea will have to play Hazard everytime to hold their place, Tottenham plays Kane everytime even though he is strugling for form, though he is in a class of his own. City is City and ha got so many offensive players, but what's going to happen when Tottenham, Chelsea and Man U start to attack them. let's just wait and see.

9.) 22 Oct 2018 13:59:39
City have had a much easier run of fixtures prior to the international break and are certainly expanding more energy than us, which will come back to bite them in the run in. Our team look shattered by the time we faced them and they still didn’t have the balls to go for it at anfield. Our front 3 haven’t started well but they didn’t last season either, its only a matter of time.

10.) 22 Oct 2018 14:53:46
Excellent post - Red-JC.

11.) 22 Oct 2018 20:27:43
OP, no one is saying that those are the reasons why we are not firing. Those are only part of the host of reasons we are struggling even tho, we have done well to rise above all of that to be where we are in the PL table.

Remember, we had the most difficult schedule in all comps. to start the season and tho we have lost two games, they are games where we were the better team and should have won (vs Chelsea in the Cup) and were not good enuff to even get a point vs Napoli. Salah is still not fit and Mane is injured and has been struggling for form since he dropped 4 goals to start the season. The only player of the front 3 showing some signs of resurgence is Bobbie and there are other gears he can still go.

As for Salah, he is still a threat and tho not in form, he still scored the goal for the win and puts the fear of Satan into the opposition who have to account for him REGARDLESS of the form (or lack thereof) . These are the hidden positives that must be pointed out, IMO.

12.) 22 Oct 2018 20:29:03
We always start slow, it's only city that look in top shape and we're level on points. Integrating players and getting a team to gel takes time. It's only a matter of time before someone gets a spanking, that will get us going. Great site cheers eds.

13.) 23 Oct 2018 07:11:53
Good post Red-JC.
I’d like to add that City had a much better sqaud LAST season so in the build up to the World Cup their players were not playing as much as Salah, Mane and Firmino.
Plus they’d won the league about a month before the World Cup and although Pep was chasing 100 points, there was no real pressure on them. Our lads faced the biggest game in domestic football against the 3 times champions.



25 Aug 2018 13:51:14
Wolves leading. But for how long?


1.) 25 Aug 2018 13:59:33
Doesnt matter. We can only win our games.

2.) 25 Aug 2018 14:34:20
They dropped 2 points so it do matter in a way as we need them to drop points.

3.) 25 Aug 2018 14:36:41
Off course it matters.

4.) 25 Aug 2018 14:43:08
Great result for Wolves and us!

5.) 25 Aug 2018 14:50:39
Delighted but we still need to take advantage.

6.) 25 Aug 2018 15:17:47
Okay lads, win the next 36 games and the title’s ours!

7.) 25 Aug 2018 17:00:07
I was surprised when I saw the way Wolves chose to set up. They were willing to have a go at Man City, instead of sitting back and hoping for a draw. That's the way to take points of City, instead of sitting back.
Something I haven't really paid attention to, but Ed01 and MKS pointed out last season is how much City players foul opponents to stop their counter-attacks. Don't know whether to be impressed or annoyed, especially since they rarely get carded for it.

{Ed001's Note - if the refs would crack down on it, the way Pep always expects the refs to crack down on it when it is the other way round, they would concede many more goals.}

8.) 25 Aug 2018 18:26:38
They do foul a lot when teams try to break on them but I would point out that Milner and Bobby do it very effectively for us as well.

9.) 25 Aug 2018 21:44:12
Agree with Ed and said poster on City fouling constantly on the break, referee seemed scared to book Man City, then Pep comes out complaining about one thing or another to the FA.

10.) 25 Aug 2018 22:57:18
To be fair City were very unlucky with calls today.

11.) 26 Aug 2018 05:04:17
Agree stoneage they were unlucky with the goal decision but deserved a few more yellows for repeating the same fouls all game.

{Ed001's Note - I can't believe anyone would claim Citeh were unlucky! They had multiple calls go their way. Kompany should have been off in the first 15 minutes and got away with a lot more after he finally did pick up a booking. That was not unlucky, that was the result of them being unable to cope with Wolves' attack and allowing them to get at Mendy, who is absolutely hopeless at defending.}

12.) 26 Aug 2018 05:27:56
Mendy had a torrid time against Costa and Adama.

{Ed001's Note - he always struggles when a player runs at him with pace. He is very reliant on physicality and has no idea what to do when he can't physically bully an opponent.}




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I agree with you 100%