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Team: Liverpool

Where from: Dublin

Favourite player: Ian Rush

Best team moment: Champions League 2005

Interests: Liverpool, F1, Golf (watching not playing) and playing ball with the lads.

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22 Nov 2016 19:31:14
Ante Ćorić rumours doing the rounds again us and Spuds.


1.) 23 Nov 2016 19:43:10
We could buy him and loan him back for a season.
He is no better than we already have.

2.) 24 Nov 2016 17:56:13
If he is no better than we already have why buy him at all?



13 May 2016 17:57:39
So read a couple of sites today saying that Klipperty is looking to bring in Kevin volland this summer. I was wondering if the eds have heard anything about this. Both reports seem to suggest that he has a release clause in his contract of £14.5m which seems very low for a player of his quality.

Have to say I would love to see him come to Liverpool hI'm and Firminio looked lethal together last year. I know we are overstocked with players at the moment and any interest would be subject to making room first.


{Ed001's Note - I know nothing of release clauses just that he is a player Klopp identified as a player he would like checked out extensively, with a view to potentially attempting to sign him. That was one of the first names he put forward after joining.}

1.) 13 May 2016 21:01:29
Ed you've said you don't expect anything to happen with Volland this summer, is there is a particular reason for that such as Hoffenheim unwilling to sell?

2.) 13 May 2016 21:17:51
The naysayers won't be happy! A left footed right forward who cuts inside? Whisper it quietly mate.

3.) 14 May 2016 01:11:48
Is he better than what we've already got?

Not clear cut in my opinion, he doesn't exactly shine in the weaker slower Bundesliga. Looks a very limited player to me, I prefer Markovic to him.

4.) 14 May 2016 02:21:57
Ron he is currently much better than ibe and ojo who both need loans. Ibe to sort of get back on track and ojo to continue his development. Hopefully both go to PL clubs. If that is to happen we need a new winger (I think we need one regardless as we have none that are good enough) . Markovic and a new winger would be great additions going into the new season. And if that new winger is volland then I'd be pretty happy. Imagine who we would sign under Rogers.

5.) 14 May 2016 02:41:06
He doesn't even impress on YouTube and that's saying something!

6.) 14 May 2016 09:28:07
He reminds me of a quicker Kuyt, not a bad thing. Once we have bought a top world class GK, CB and LB, we sell all that want/ need to be sold then we can look at this and see what cash we have.

7.) 14 May 2016 09:48:30
Kevin Volland can play left wing, right wing and striker. He is pretty good at all of them. It seems he is a player Klopp is very much interested in going by the Ed's comments regarding Klopp wanting him watched extensively. Would be a good signing IMO.

8.) 14 May 2016 10:13:22
Did a bit of YouTube scouting (I know)
But as I was watching him I was wondering do we have any players currently here who do what he does? And no I don't think we do.
He is defo a winger for starters who can play both sides,
But unlike anyone we have he's someone who actually either gets himself or the ball into the opposition box very quickly and his balls are a lot more accurate than say Morenos or millers, we seem so slow in attacking sometimes, this guy would be great in the counter attack and high press.
In one video, his first goal was an absolute peach of a free kick so hopefully he's a good free kick taker as well, something we are also sadly missing, if he can take corner kicks as well then that's another bonus as I don't think I have seen many beat the first man since the days of Kenny.
His stats on the video where played 30, scored 9 and assisted 6 if I remember right? I can't see Ibe or Ojo scoring that next season, (in future yes) .
Ibe and Ojo don't seem ready at all for me, after watching this fella it's obvious we either need him or a similar type player as that type of player is a dimension we severely lack right now, Ojo could be his understudy and eventual replacement.
One thing I did think was, Origi especially would shine playing alongside volland, origis pace, power, positioning and explosive runs would give volland something to aim for all game.
Maybe if we had Volland on the left wing providing width and forward runs Moreno and smith might stay in position at left back and actually defend? But maybe that's wishful thinking haha.

9.) 14 May 2016 10:41:18
How do you guys think Ibe and Ojo will become ready? By shipping them out on loan or persevering with their development by playing in the LFC first team at the appropriate time? If we see players that are only marginally better than our youngsters (Ibe and Ojo are 20 years old or younger) how can they get better? Volland has several more experience of top league first team level than they do, so naturally he might be better today.

10.) 14 May 2016 10:54:50
In regards to Ibe and Ojo getting ready then I don't know really, but in my opinion looking in from the outside I would say Ibe needs a loan to get out the spotlight here at Liverpool and get more gametime so he can concentrate on his game.
Ojo, like I said I would have as backup/ understudy to volland or similar as he will get gametime and top class coaching from Klopp, I'm not sure a loan would be in his or the clubs best interests, unlike Ibe.

11.) 14 May 2016 12:59:23
The concern is that if the reserve leagues are now as weak as everyone says they are then loans are the only way to bridge the gap between 16-18 year olds coming out of academy and first team. But then the loans have to be relevant, i. e. right level, playing the right style or else they go off, play lots of games but still have to learn to step up to the level and play the way the manager wants. Ibe may be a symptom of the bigger problem we have. He has ability but has hit that gap between too good for age group but not ready for regular first team. At which point he stagnates, others like Wisdom have done the same. We keep talking about the talent in the academy and the potential is there but unless a way can be found to bridge that gap then we will just be producing players who leave at 18-21 to play elsewhere, usually at a lower level.

12.) 15 May 2016 00:58:27
In regards to Kevin Volland.

I think Volland is exactly the type of player Klopp is looking for i. e. If a young Dirk Kuyt was still in our team he would be a key player for Klopp and Volland is in a similar vein, however with a bit more in his locker than Kuyt had in terms of technical ability and speed.

As evidenced by Klopp playing Firmino as a false 9 away against Villarreal and at several other times, it would appear that depending on opposition Klopp likes to use a defensive forward or false 9 option, Volland would suit this position very well. As previously stated Volland can also play on either wing making him very adaptable just like Kuyt. I think Volland would be primarily used as a false 9 striker in away fixtures against low-mid table opponents where we have struggled this season, with Sturridge primarily being saved for the bigger games, Europe (if we make UCL) and at home, or coming off the bench as an impact player against weaker teams if needed. If Sturridge is not satisfied with this role then I think Klopp will look to move him on and don't be surprised if a bid for Gonzalo Higuain was put forward if we make the UCL. Otherwise Klopp might plump for Alexandre Lacazette to fill the void.

In terms of our forward options Volland would complement what we currently have and no doubt we will offload Benteke for about GBP25m which is close to what Hoffenheim will probably ask for. Volland also was very well suited playing with Firmino at Hoffenheim and it would be great to see that partnership flourish again at Anfield.

If we went into next season with Sturridge, Origi, Volland, and Ings as our strikers we would not struggle for goals.



13 Mar 2016 23:38:58
Lacazatte rumors popping up again eds, do you think he would be a realistic option?


{Ed002's Note - Liverpool has not shown interest and is overrun with strikers.}

1.) 14 Mar 2016 15:22:07
Ed, you keep saying we are overrun but we are also going to lose some strikers in the summer for sure and replace them hopefully

We're not talking about Lacazatte signing this week ready for the next game. The clear out is going to happen isn't it?

{Ed002's Note - The forwards I would expect to see leave are two on loan and one at the end of his contract - leaving the club overrun with five still. The club need three or four front line forwards and that is it. I am not aware of any efforts being made to move on Sturridge, Firmino, Benteke, Ings or Origi at this time.}

2.) 15 Mar 2016 21:21:42
Thats Sinclair end of contract and ballotelli and yesil going out on loan right ed?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}




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24 Dec 2016 21:06:26
Hi Ed's and Reds. Happy Christmas to you all and all your loved ones. Hopefully the new year is as good to us as this one has been. Y. N. W. A.


{Ed001's Note - merry Crimbo JQ!}



29 Nov 2016 18:38:23
Waking up this morning to the news of the flight carrying the Chapecoense football team coming down was terrible. RIP and my thoughts are with all familys friends teammates concerned. Those who survived may they get well soon. Such a sad time for a team who, by all accounts were making a name for themselves.

Comparisons are being made to the Munich Air Disaster for obvious reasons. It must bring back some sad painful memories for a lot of people involved at Manchester United too, my thoughts are with them too today.

Never Forget

You'll Never Walk Alone.


1.) 29 Nov 2016 22:23:44
Condolences to friends and family of all that passes, can't really put it into words.

2.) 30 Nov 2016 02:57:30
RIP to all of them.

Let God give strength to their families to overcome this tragic loss.




24 Nov 2016 20:39:26
Best of luck to Steven Gerrard in whichever carrer path he chooses. Done some magical things on the pitch for us and gave his all week in week out. If he's half as good a coach as he was a player I hope we have a long future together.




17 Jul 2016 15:41:05
Moreno out with a neck injury. Must have twisted something being turned inside out in training.
Brad Smith and Marko Grujic out too.


1.) 17 Jul 2016 16:51:43
Lol (tickled me that! )



14 Jul 2016 21:25:11
Good luck to Skrtel and Ibe at their new clubs.





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07 Nov 2016 17:52:03
18 now. he will be 19 in September 😉😂.




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31 Aug 2016 23:21:35
Unfortunately Ed002 anyone can hide behind a keyboard.

I think if people had to pay a subscription you would wien out all the trolls.

If I had to read half the abuse, ed001 would ask me to step down as an Ed due to my replies.


{Ed002's Note - Liverpool suffers from having fans who know less than nothing about the game, the club, the transfers etc.. Unfortunately they are keen to abuse those who put their time and effort in to help the decent fans. And they do this relentlessly, and clearly they intend for the site to shut down. There is little point explaining anything to these people - no life and no future living in some ratshit part of the world, all they want to do is destroy. They will eventually get their way. Trash.}



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10 Aug 2016 00:07:46
I'd they are getting 30m for Bolasie we want our 32.5m.




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05 Aug 2016 13:15:43
Further to that he had the opportunity to join prior to his Madrid move now wants to use us as a stepping stone to get into the Madrid team next season your ok lad. If he liked Liverpool so much he shouldn't have passed up the opportunity in the first place. Good luck to him in his career. If he is looking for a permanent move then we should maybe look but not a loan.





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01 Jan 2017 18:26:53
In Clyne we have one of the best RBs in the league. If it's not broken don't fix it is my theory.

Chuck Milly in goal let see how he does 😂. Although in seriousness if Milner isn't playing LB does he get into the team? I would like to think yes but where would he fit in?




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09 Dec 2016 19:16:02
Karius has been ropey in most of his games but let's be honest he has to learn his trade and adapt to the difference in playing firstly in a Klopp team but also playing in the premier league.

Give him some time and he will be fine. Our exgoalkeepers Grobellar and Reina have both said he needs time to build his confidence and Klopp picked him so there good enough reasons for me.

Thommo is a gas man but he spouts some pony sometimes and as said above still expects us to win the league. There are too many people being too quick to jump on the bandwagon whom I'm sure will be proved wrong.




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16 Nov 2016 19:57:29
Nick I don't see a point in keeping a player that doesn't fit with the philosophy that Klopp has engrained in the squad. I think Sturridge is one of the best in the league but don't think he can utilise his talent in the current Liverpool team. he's one of my favourite players at the club but I think his time is up. In fairness he would thrive in most squads in the league and my biggest fear would be him coming back to bite us. I still think a summer move would be more likely.

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11 Nov 2016 18:14:53
If all players at the clubs were British than i'd say yeah, but some people don't remember what other people remember. As an Irishman I wouldn't want to wear a poppy to remember people who killed Irish people during the troubles (poppy to my knowledge is to remember all fallen soldiers from all wars if I'm corriect) . I know the Irish were just as bad during the troubles and I don't have any grudge to hold against any country for somethings that happened too long ago, let's face it i speak English I support English football teams I have many English friends, colleagues etc. Further to that I know many Irish people fought with Britain in the war and fair play to them for doing their thing but for some it's not them they remember.

James McClane is a perfect example he won't wear a poppy because direct relatives of his were killed by British soldiers and I completely understand his stance yet every year he is berated for not wearing the poppy.

I hope I don't come across in anyway disrespectful on the issue but i do feel it should be celebrated differently. I feel the British should feel proud to honour fallen brothers, sisters, mothers fathers etc. who lost their lives during war. In relation to the upcoming international there should be no reason why the event cannot be celebrated.




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07 Nov 2016 18:00:25
Dejan and Joel are good enough for me. Back up in Gomes, Lucas and Kalavan are good enough for me. The defense will get better as the games go and are looking more comfortable as they play together more. Have some confidence in what we have.

If anything I would be looking at a LB but I still think Moreno can come good.