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31 Dec 2016 21:58:37
Tonight was my favourite game under klopp to date. Fantastic atmosphere, great performance for so many reasons and big lessons learnt. Happy new year all.

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1.) 31 Dec 2016 22:32:12
I didn't think the atmosphere was that good for much of the game if im honest. The fans were really only vocal in the last 20 minutes or so when Liverpool came under constant pressure. I thought the players seen the gamr out really well tho and if you look at it, even under pressure, not too many good efforts for City. A great way to finish 2016. Hope Hendo's heel injury isn't too bad, maybe a wee break for him next week.

{Ed025's Note - that can only help irish.. :)


2.) 31 Dec 2016 23:03:29
I was there tonight, and the atmosphere was electric for most of it, must be the TV audio or something.


3.) 01 Jan 2017 00:36:33
You really can't judge the atmosphere by watching something on tv, you can't have the noise of 60k fans over commentary and I guess it depends where they place the mics as to who you hear.

{Ed007's Note - Have you never watched a CL game at Celtic Park?}


 

 

18 May 2016 09:44:40
Good morning Ed's and reds.
I'd like to ask a question or two if I may?
1. I think we are all aware of mr klopps past success in the transfer market with seemingly unheard names in the footballing world. Again we kinda seem thus far to be going down the same avenue. Now I like most (judging by the posts) hold a high regard for his judgement in the transfer market. Question is though, he doesn't have the same scouting team now though does he? Has he changed the clubs philosophy on scouting or is he the type of man who does a large amount himself?
2. We're one game away from champions league. Big IF, but IF we are successful tonight does the likes of Karius, grucic, matip please fans in terms of signing proven quality. like the majority I know little or nothing about these players, so is there an air of dissapointment that the players coming in are not higher profile?
3. Are we as fans expecting too much too soon. I personally think our current group of players need to do a bit more going forward so that we put an end to conceding daft goals, and become more prolific (not being negative, just think the level needs raising)
4.our actual current starting strongest eleven, who needs replacing?

All this aside buzzing about tonight and hoping for an awesome evening in Switzerland and Liverpool celebrating victory. Good luck lads.

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{Ed002's Note - 1. No he doesn't have his own scouting team nor has he change dthe philosophy of the Liverpool scouts and nor does he do the scouting himself.
2. Liverpool fans are traditionally obsessed with two things - "marquee signings" and the club spending as much money as possible - it doesn't really matter who on.
3. All football fans expect too much too soon.
4. The fans would like to see them all replaced by expensive players - it really doesn't matter who they are.}


1.) 18 May 2016 10:08:35
Think I walked in to them answers. Peraonally I am neither, a quality player can cost nothing, its the coaching and attitude that are most important, a price tag has no relevance. However if we signed Messi I'd be doing cartwheels for the next 12 months. Last question then please if I may? does the transfer commitee still exist, and have we heard if they put their two pennies worth in to our ppending transfers.

{Ed002's Note - Yes the transfer committee still exists.}


2.) 18 May 2016 10:30:48
Just on point 4, I think it's more about upgrading than replacing. Obviously, we could do with a better Number 1 between the sticks. Also, we need a long-term CB solution and another LB to play on the odd occasion when we actually want to defend properly.
I think there are players out there that would be an upgrade on Henderson, Milner or Lallana but there's no guarantee that we can get them, so that could be a slightly longer term process.


 

 

 

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18 Jul 2016 14:57:56
Not being negative towards the lads but Lucas is ahead of Brannaghan and Stewart. Milner plays out wide more than he does cm.
Lucas has looked very sharp during pre season to be fair (I've watched 2 live) . Never mind the level of the opposition, he clearly has stepped his game up.
And probably due to lack of strikers more than anything but we have been setting up with a clear 4-3-3 formation. Don't see klopp working on a formation for no reason.

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18 Jul 2016 13:31:25
Why is Lucas clearly off? He's a central midfield player.

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10 Jun 2016 13:59:04
As souness said, defenders (he was refering to moreno's lack of poditional sense, and rashness in running up field to often), let the attackers attack and do what they get paid to do.
Point I'm making is, central midfielders break (when defending) up play and link (when attacking) play. Henderson is a wonderful example of this and if he played for say Stoke, is exactly the type of player we would be shouting at the club to buy. i'm fortunate enough to go to anfield on a regular basis, and believe you me we are so much better when Henderson plays.
From what Mk has said, zielinski sounds like the exact type of player we need for certain matches, and like ed01 said in some games you just need someone to get stuck in. My prefeence from the players I know extensively would be Kante or Gueuy (aston villa, please excuse my spelling) .

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02 Jun 2016 19:36:55
FSG shocking owner's, wish we had hicks and Gillette back they were far superior and invested much more and improved the stadium.
Klopp, you're having a laugh ain't ya. Surely Gary Monk was a better option with his history of success (no offence to monk) .
Coutinho, Henderson, Sturridge are all crap aren't they. Surely we should have messi Bale and Ronaldo with us being a top club winning every competition and sitting as champions of europe for the tenth year running.
See this drivle? That's what we had to endure feom you then. You don't deserve to call yourself a fan.

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31 May 2016 14:39:54
Save ed002 the bother. Read the page! Was covered last week.

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08 Jan 2017 17:38:18
The game by passed the midfield today, it was our attacking players who let us down.
Had you been at anfield today you would realise that stewart actually played pretty well especially off the ball, and tried to offer an option going forward.
When we drew with sunderland, stewart was supposedly the man who would have won it for us. Can't have it both ways.
also to point out, Can played ok going forward and on numerous occasions did his upmost to push play on.
Today we came up against a team who had 11 men behind the ball, we didn't use the width that was available to us, and our wide men always looked to cut inside, became predictable and looked poor.
Very disappointed with Origi today, felt he should have bullied the plymouth defenders a lot more, rather than throwing himself to the floor instead of holding the ball up.
However we didn't lose, it's experience for a lot of younger players and they will have taken positives from that, especially from learning to play patiently against stubborn opposition. Very pleased the elads didn't lose concentration also, till the end they battled

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05 Jan 2017 09:20:46
Mate I'm full of belief, but we are not Leicester and an irrelevant comparison. There's 6 really good capable sides in that league, all of which will have the same ambitions. Of the top 6 I would possibly suggest that Liverpool should have the lowest level of expectation.
I'm just glad to see Anfield rocking again, and not being fearful of traveling going to a game to lose, the expectation is to win. Our performances this season have been fantastic which shows in the level of disapointment when we do anything but win.
One game at a time sir, all of which unfortunately we won't all win.

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05 Jan 2017 08:00:20
It's called progress SWM. Don't know how a side that's not been in the top 4 for so long can be expecting to win a prize that they've not achieved in over 20 years. Getting back in to a top 4 position is an accomplishment and a realistic target, do that and build from that. At this stage of the season CL would have meant an additional 6 games, it's not an excuse to under perform.
Hope and optimism is fair enough, arrogance however completely not.

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31 Dec 2016 14:22:19
Mane for me. He has had some poor matches granted, but we look like a different team when he isn't on the pitch. He's not the only reason, but in my opinion his speed and ability has taken us to a different level.
I think he compliments the rest of the squad really well.

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04 Dec 2016 15:33:51
An off day? We threw away a two goal lead, that isn't off that is shambolic. Have no defence for them lads today simply not good enough.

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