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24 Feb 2019 12:08:34
Was just watching kuyts hat trick of tap ins against utd and got me thinking about him. I love seeing players who make a great career for themselves by using hard work, dedication and just generally applying the perfect professional attitude to maximise their game to compensate for maybe a lack of technical ability. Any other good examples, I was thinking hendo too just got a great head on his shoulders which has helped him get the best of his ability no doubt. Thomas Muller too I'd include.

1.) 24 Feb 2019 12:19:56
Gennaro Gattuso springs to mind. That guy wouldn't give up on anything. I know he's not in the same league as Gattuso, but also Troy Deeney. An amazing hard work ethic.

2.) 24 Feb 2019 12:34:39
Just looking at the current squad and you could argue the likes of Milner, Robertson and AOC have that same incredible workrate and sheer determination to achieve and impress. I might sound a little harsh here but would any of these 3 have made it with us without their workrate being well over average?

3.) 24 Feb 2019 12:42:01
Good shout, that Milan diamond of gattuso pirlo seedorf and kaka had such a nice mix of different styles of player. didi hamann was able to sort them out for 75 mins though.

4.) 24 Feb 2019 12:47:03
On another note, I see Kuyt is moving into management. I can see him doing well.

5.) 24 Feb 2019 12:55:38
I think ox always had the right attributes for a winger as he started, pace and power but always lacked the clinical end product. He's a hard worker yes which has improved him but I'm kinda thinking of guys who have no obvious technical strengths. Milner yeah. Imagine you could put milners head on balotelli or ravel Morrison's shoulders. It's amazing how different career paths go dependant on the players attitude alone.

{Ed001's Note - Milner has always been excellent technically, that is why his crossing is usually good.}

6.) 24 Feb 2019 13:01:19
He'd certainly demand 110% effort from his players anyway. Best of luck to him a proper pro.

7.) 24 Feb 2019 13:11:34
That's true ed1 maybe a bit harsh on Millie, he can place a ball no doubt. I remember his early days he used be a proper winger, could beat a man without relying on pace too,

8.) 24 Feb 2019 16:49:34
Shame about the result today, We could have played a lot better
Looks likes since JAN we have come unstuck seem to have forgotten how to play football

Salah last few games alway has back towards the players, and has no where to go.

Ill be glad if we can get replace Hendo and Milner next year good players but we need a chance and those positions are next.

Maybe if we have OX playing like he did last year and Gomez in CB it would have been a different game.

9.) 24 Feb 2019 17:19:13
rborhara, Hendo gave an outstanding ‘man of the match’ performance against Bayern Munich on Tuesday and you want the club captain replacing? Jeez!

10.) 24 Feb 2019 17:15:24
Lucas for liverpool.



23 Feb 2019 12:02:10
I must say very excited about tomorrow, will be thrilling contest no doubt. Will be interesting to see how we line up considering the last few weeks klopp has had his hands slightly tied with team selection. He has big calls to make in midfield and im curious to hear how ye think he should set us up?

1.) 23 Feb 2019 12:19:40
Hendo, Fab and Gini in midfield for me. The front 3 and back 4 are a given.

2.) 23 Feb 2019 12:32:25
I'd agree with those 3. I think one needs to be given a more advanced role to prevent the front 3 being isolated and gini is obvious option. But I think gini and fab have played their best games in that double no.6 role beside each other. I'd be curious to see hendo given full license to attack, I doubt klopp would go that route but I think he could be a handful with his energy and late runs into the box despite maybe lacking the technical abilities of a number 10.

3.) 23 Feb 2019 12:41:34
Milner fab and gini I think myself Milner and fab give you bite and forward thinking passes gini is just in serious form keeps the ball so well has great energy.

4.) 23 Feb 2019 13:11:53
Milner always shows up in these type of games but I feel we need Henderson in there, he was excellent mid week and you'd expect his confidence to be sky high. He's our skipper too and this is the type of game he'll want to stamp his authority, his performance against bayern makes him hard to leave out.

5.) 23 Feb 2019 13:36:05
Personally in the middle I'd like to see fabinho, hendo and Wijnaldum. Defence been robbo, matip, vvd and trent. And obviously our front three. God help them if this lineup is going out.

6.) 23 Feb 2019 13:55:33
Could be a cracker salah. OGS gets them playing quick counter attacking as we also do against the bigger teams, could be an end to end open game if both managers push for 3 points. I'l be having a sneaky bet on a 0-0 as it could turn into a cagey affair with both sides in fear of losing control of possession. Matic Herrera and pogba against our 3 amigos will be an exciting battle. I'm hoping the game becomes open because I feel we'd do more damage if we're more clinical than of late.

7.) 23 Feb 2019 14:34:16
I think if fab AND hendo play I would expect the third cm to be a creative player such as milner or Keita. I really like gini and I think he should play, I would go with hendo gini and milner/ Keita.

Upfront picks itself

Is lovren back? If so I'd play him next to big v, wing backs taa and ar.

8.) 23 Feb 2019 15:10:13
Nope, Lovren is still out. Matip and VVD at the back. Has to be hendo, gini and Fab in the middle.

9.) 23 Feb 2019 16:58:40
Milly hendo and fab would be defensively solid, milly to nail pogba in the first ten minutes.

10.) 23 Feb 2019 17:19:33
I think Fab and Hendo will start along with Wiji as the more advanced mid, a position he has played for us and one that he currently plays for Holland where is is brilliant. Having said that, I would not be surprised if Keita came in for Hendo with Fab and Wiji sitting BUT I doubt it.

11.) 23 Feb 2019 17:22:15
I would play Fabinho instead of Matip at CB to deal with their pace upfront, and a midfield of Hendo, Gini and Keita.

12.) 23 Feb 2019 17:38:28
If martial and lingard play I'd hit them hard first 10 mins, see how the injuries hold up. I'd have Gini and Hendo in midfield for graft and Fab for quality. I think if we can swamp pogba utd are fairly nullified.

13.) 23 Feb 2019 17:43:21
I must admit, I love the quality we have for the midfield, it's nice to have such options.

14.) 23 Feb 2019 18:33:33
Lord Ha Ha mate I hope we are a good enough team to not have a game plan of targeting opposition players for injury. Why not show Martial to the left touchline or double up on him when he’s near the box to keep him outside. We know he’s not that great outside the box or when pushed wide.

Injurying players with a plan is sick.

15.) 23 Feb 2019 18:48:23
Alisson-A. Arnold-Matip-VanDijk-Robertson-Fabinho-Wijnaldum-Keita-Salah-Mane-Firmino.

Shaqiri as an Impact sub!

16.) 23 Feb 2019 19:27:31
Nah, fab is better in midfield than defence. These are the games you have to earn the right to play, these big games, in among the squad.

I think he will go with the trusted hendo milly and gini. Industrious and skill full.

Question for eds and reds; if you had to make a change to that 3. Would it be fab, Keita or shaqiri? And who would you replace?

{Ed001's Note - Fabinho has to play in midfield, as does Gini. Sadly I would have to say Milner is the one to miss out as he has not reached the level he was at before his injury.}

17.) 23 Feb 2019 23:29:42
Fab has to start and he has to shadow and harrass pogba for the entire match. The other midfielders are almost irrelevant compared to this.




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21 Apr 2019 05:42:23
Brilliant overview thanks.



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13 Apr 2019 19:05:53
Still only young and a very respectable return this season with goal contributions. I've only watched him twice so my opinion of him can't be made yet but at that age there's plenty more potential. Personally I don't see Wilson in klopps plans, he's not suited to our style, he deserves a pre season and hopefully prove me wrong.



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13 Apr 2019 19:05:16
For the sake of his own career it would be a bad move right now, a PL team where he'll get weekly games should be his next step. Exciting prospect but needs to earn and prove his worth before considering competing with world class attackers for places in top teams.



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13 Apr 2019 19:06:28
His development as a player I feel will completely hinge on how he matures as a person. If he applies himself professionally he'll become a very good player I predict but the jury is still out on him in that regard.



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17 Feb 2019 19:18:15
I agree. VVD and Gomez can build a cb partnership lasting 5 or 6 years possibly. I think if we were to go down the road of replacing lovren or matip the best choice would be to buy perhaps an older experienced cb, someone possibly who's used to winning titles, on a shorter contract and much cheaper transfer fee.

That kind of player can be invaluable around the squad as we've seen many examples in the past. Our first choice back 5 is very young which is great but I don't think constantly filling up the squad with "potential" is ideal. Quality experienced back up could be very shrewd if done right in my opinion.




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21 Apr 2019 06:24:28
Great post Redwolf. Nail on the head, if we don't win the league we can't possibly be classed as failures or bottlers, our points tally would normally have a league in our grasps at this stage. No fault of ours that city are clinically getting 3 points every week. We've had another great European adventure too and if we win nothing and then people start spouting about klopp not winning trophies it will really irritate me haha, this young team will achieve success even if we just fall shy this year.



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18 Apr 2019 10:05:54
Huddersfield Friday too so will have plenty days rest before barca.



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18 Apr 2019 10:00:06
Ah right fair enough, interesting summer ahead anyway for sure. Cheers.



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18 Apr 2019 09:33:55
Yeah they each have very ageing teams. Lack of managerial stability surely plays a part in squads growing stale. It's great that klopp has put together a team of players in mid 20s. No need for drastic rebuilding in the near future.

{Ed002's Note - It is entirely unrelated to the coaches (not managers).}



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18 Apr 2019 09:25:59
Spurs will be very light of midfield options though. Sissoko injured his groin and winks and dier still out. Wanyama their only real option. I fancy city to beat them well personally but hope I'm wrong.