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06 Aug 2018 13:25:08
Just wanted to know if any of the eds had the latest info regarding clyne
Surely he can't be staying here for another season but if he is I will support him as per usual but really hope he gets a move somewhere else as he really hurts us attacking wise when he plays.
Decent enough player but I think our style of play and tactics don't suit his strengths.

Johncrow Junior

{Ed001's Note - there has been little interest in him due to his injuries last season.}


1.) 06 Aug 2018 13:49:23
A bit late now to get a good right back in, I don't see him going anywhere. As poor as he is offensively, he's pretty good defensively and we need that more than his attacking attributes.


2.) 06 Aug 2018 14:19:37
personally I see Clyne as 2nd choice RB this season with Gomez being an option for CB. Matip will likely spend a lot of time injured so I reckon they'll be enough games for Gomez at CB and Clyne is decent enough to play a few cup games at RB.


3.) 06 Aug 2018 18:28:19
I agree, I don’t think he’s that bad as a second choice, as long as his hearts in it. Worst comes to worst and he plays a few games, he’s experienced and hopefully can hold his own defencively.


4.) 06 Aug 2018 19:23:37
There's been nothing wrong with him defensively so far, just his fitness. If is heart isn't in it, he won't get game time. Simple as.


5.) 06 Aug 2018 21:40:34
I don’t think he’s good enough as a back up RB, Trent is still young and will need to be rested now and again, that means your going to need to have to rely on Clyne for several games a season, I don’t think I have ever seen him have a good game for us, he would be the weak link and opponents will exploit that.


6.) 06 Aug 2018 22:24:14
Exactly mikey, he's not good enough for this level of football, or even close imo. Defensively he is terrible, Trent is a young lad and is already 10 x the player Clyne is. I'd put Fabinho, Milner or Gomex before Clyne.


7.) 06 Aug 2018 22:34:03
To say Clyne has never had a good game for us is rubbish. Yes there are better attacking full backs out there but I believe he has a big part to play this season. Trent has made the position his own but there
Aren’t many right backs out there better as a back up.

If u think there are then name them. The likes of Walker and Valencia are hugely overrated. Azpilaqeta (excuse spelling) is prob the best about but no chance of getting him.

At the end of the day we need squad players as well as starters to be successful, they can’t all be world beaters.


8.) 06 Aug 2018 23:21:37
You can easily name several better right backs from Liverpool alone.


9.) 07 Aug 2018 06:04:49
I like Clyne. Between him and Trent we have RB sorted.


10.) 07 Aug 2018 06:45:53
Go ahead then Mikey. and remember, Fabinio wAs bought as a midfielder, Milner has proven himself in midfield and only played left back for one season due to necessity.

TAA and Gomez who will spend more time at centre back this year.

Think.


11.) 07 Aug 2018 07:34:27
if Clyne plays a bad game, we’ll just have to score more goals 🤔.


12.) 07 Aug 2018 08:11:14
How long has Clyne been here now? And Klopp too?
If Klopp thought Clyne wasn't up to the job, he'd be gone.
Ask Balotelli.


13.) 07 Aug 2018 08:21:45
Problem is FTR who would want Clyne? that's why we're stuck with him mate lol.


14.) 07 Aug 2018 10:09:12
Try saying we're stuck with him if Trent Arnold gets injured or suspended.


15.) 07 Aug 2018 11:39:13
I will do mate because he still won't get a game, Milner or Gomez will be before him maybe even Fabinho.


16.) 07 Aug 2018 12:56:44
Don't see that happening at all. Clyne still has a role to play this season, he'll play more at right back than any other player except TTA. Providing he's not injured of course.


17.) 08 Aug 2018 04:13:00
Clyne and Camacho have played at RB. I don't think the other players will play there. Gomez hasn't been used much there lately so I think Klopp has moved him to his favoured CB position.

TAA and Clyne as second choice. That's the RB position for this season in my view according to preseason. Klopp has been playing everyone where he'll use them during the season I believe.


 

 

27 Jun 2018 17:35:52
Bobby Duncan signed for 200k
Gerrards cousin I think.

Johncrow Junior

1.) 27 Jun 2018 18:08:29
Welcome to Liverpool lad. Anybody actually seen him play, if so any good?


2.) 27 Jun 2018 18:14:39
He's 17.


3.) 27 Jun 2018 20:57:57
Only seen highlights of one game against Liverpools kids, Salah. He scored but it was as much bad goal keeping as a great finish. Don't remember anything else as it was over a year ago.


4.) 27 Jun 2018 21:14:50
Did he play for man city.


5.) 27 Jun 2018 21:23:13
Remember the last left footed striker from Liverpool a one Robbie Fowler a. k. a god, step forward bobby Duncan maybe an omen, I hope so!


6.) 27 Jun 2018 21:28:33
Folks calm down he's 17.


7.) 27 Jun 2018 22:23:47
Hahahaha I am just playing he is a kid with a lot too prove and his whole career in front of him, you don't get called god for nothing and Fowler stepped immediately up too the plate, if the talent is there lucky us and hopefully he fulfills his potential.


8.) 28 Jun 2018 11:58:49
He’s got big boots to fill for being the next bobby in Liverpool.


9.) 28 Jun 2018 16:17:09
Only English player to score a hat trick against Brazil at any level. At U17 level I believe.


10.) 28 Jun 2018 16:32:42
Bobby played in the same school team as my lad. He’s a fantastic finisher, who can score any type of goal.

Saw him last year or so for City against Cackpool (Blackpool) and he’s motivated solely by scoring goals, which is an obvious must for a striker!

Reminds me a little of Aguero, similar stature, huge thighs and truly deadly if you give him a chance!

Going forward, I don’t know if he suits our current way of playing, but I guess it’s up to him.

Hope he forces his way through!


11.) 28 Jun 2018 18:06:05
We should have signed Ricky Bobby instead

‘If you ain’t first, you’re last! ’.


12.) 30 Jun 2018 14:06:10
“Bobby Duncan signed for 200k
Gerrards cousin I think”

Seems consistent. They both went for 2 first names instead of a proper surname 🙄.


 

 

28 May 2018 23:30:41
I know we have been linked very hard with Fekir but a little birdy tells me it is Malcolm we really want
not sure how this will turn out but it is malcolm more then Fekir according to the little birdy
just passing it on lads.

Johncrow Junior

{Ed0333's Note - over to Ed’s 002


1.) 28 May 2018 23:42:04
Malcolm is a talented player.


2.) 29 May 2018 03:45:08
Malcom is a winger, Fekir a CAM. It will be both if Malcom is the winger Klopp wants, not one of the two.
The UCl final was a clear indication we need another wide player in case Salah or Mane cannot play and Fekir is a CAM that will bring more creativity to our workmanlike midfield.
Fabinho, Keita and Fekir! BOOM! Bet Harry will be the happiest LFC fan alive if that happens.


3.) 29 May 2018 05:34:27
Wait so what's going to happen to Hender (backpass) en, Mil (not that boring) ner and Gini?


4.) 29 May 2018 06:12:07
Regardless if any wife player coming in, if Fekir does come it would signal to me Klopp switching to a very attacking 4231 starting formation next year, with Fekir behind Bobby. This would leave Fabinho, Hendo, Wiji, Milner, Ox, Lallana and Keita vying for the remaining midfield positions, although Ox and Lallana could be cover/ rotation for Fekir I suppose. All opinion and guess work of course, but if true I would imagine at least 2 will leave.


5.) 29 May 2018 06:55:42
I hope we haven’t resorted to signing wives now 😲.


6.) 29 May 2018 07:20:45
I'd prefer to see Malcolm in the Middle :)

{Ed025's Note - love it burkey..


7.) 29 May 2018 08:00:14
Speaking of wives. turns out, Fabinho's wife was the only ITK posting hints of their future over the weekend. There's a picture of her supporting Liverpool on Saturday night, doing the rounds ;)


8.) 29 May 2018 08:49:10
Thanks for the info Johncrow.


9.) 29 May 2018 09:18:50
you welcome Salah mate
it may turn out to be crap but thought I would share
albeit now Lemar seems to have come back into the frame as well according to Lequipe
So my little birdy looks like he may have given me duff info lol.


10.) 29 May 2018 12:50:19
Well for now we know we are looking for a coutinho replacement (Fekir, Lemar), cover wide (Dembele, Malcom, Lemar, Pulisic), Goalkeeper Cover (Navas, Butland) or First choice (Alisson) and Centerbacks cover (Tarkowski) .


 

 

15 May 2018 20:42:23
What a disgrace that Germany can call up Kevin trapp for their world cup squad who has played only 4 league games for them all season and leave out Karius
wow im in disbelief, go and win the champions league son and stick it to them.

Johncrow Junior

{Ed025's Note - wait till brover hears that he will be gutted..


1.) 15 May 2018 20:51:03
It's a disgrace? Really?


2.) 15 May 2018 21:11:56
'go and win the champions league son and stick it to them. '

Exactly mate. He'll be the one laughing in the end WHEN we win that CL.


3.) 15 May 2018 23:39:15
Karius, Van Dijk, Lovren, Robertson and Matip won't be at the WC. I might be a bit selfish here but that gives the bulk of our defence at least 2 weeks more time pre season. Milner Winjaldum and Keita also getting a full pre season I'm not complaining could be a blessing.


4.) 15 May 2018 23:23:20
Ha ha ha Ed025 😂😂😂😂. The German buffoon “Karius” misses out. Conspiracy 😂😂😂.


5.) 16 May 2018 07:08:31
Is it a disgrace? He’s only reallly played 6 months of proper football this year and 10 games the season before that.

If you’re not first choice GK for world cups then any other call up is essentially anonymous shy of injuries.


6.) 16 May 2018 07:54:36
Surely neither were likely to play or even go in the final squad, you normally take three and neuer and ter Stegen will be first choice. Leno will be third and likely not even play.


7.) 16 May 2018 09:22:24
on the flip side any player not going to the world cup gets a proper rest over the summer and can come back earlier to pre season refreshed rather than burnt out like we have seen a number of players in previous seasons.


8.) 16 May 2018 09:26:08
I'm surprised either was chosen, but if I was choosing one then it would certainly be Karius over Trapp.


9.) 16 May 2018 09:31:27
Could it possibly be that Trapp is considered a better keeper than Karius? You'd be hard pressed to find a non-liverpool fan who rates him highly.


10.) 16 May 2018 10:31:02
Bit of perspective. Karius has played 2 thirds of a season and has been reasonably solid. Doesn’t make him an automatic World Cup selection. When it comes to World Cup squads the Germans know what they’re doing.


11.) 16 May 2018 11:12:41
Don't know why people keep knocking Karius. His record of clean sheets against games played is as good as De Gea. 10 in 19 games played against 18 in 37 games played for De Gea

Karious averages 1.55 goals conceded per game and De Gea 1.33.


12.) 16 May 2018 12:10:07
i would put clean sheets down to Vvd more than karius. he punched stoke player in head and pushed the ball to dzeko. how many MOM has he had. performance more important than goals conceded. he's a 7 at best. de gea is a 9 on an off day. We need a 9 Gk or another world class Cb to deal with his flapping.


13.) 16 May 2018 12:23:59
I'm not knocking him at all and have faith he can be our no1 and continue to improve. i just don't think it's outrageous trapp has been chosen over him.

anyone outraged by that has red tinted specs on, sorry.


14.) 16 May 2018 12:51:40
No one said it was outrageous that he wasnt picked. It was that he wasnt picked and that a keeper (in fact two keepers but Neuer is more understandable who has basically not played this season was picked while he wasnt.


15.) 16 May 2018 13:17:38
thank you hjikle for understanding the point i was making about Trapp.


16.) 16 May 2018 15:17:13
Trapp is a poor keeper by any standard, how he got in ahead of Karius who has been playing actual football is amazing, but he will come back fresh after no extra football so a win for us.


17.) 16 May 2018 15:53:18
You are right hjikle no one said it was outrageous that Trapp was picked over Karius, the OP said that it was a disgrace. I can think of many things that are a disgrace but that is not one of them!


18.) 16 May 2018 16:46:25
Comparing stats Karius against De Gea? Come on, even the most blinded LFC fan wouldn't think Karius is in the same league as De Gea, Stats can really contort views of players.


19.) 16 May 2018 17:08:40
Definitely agree Karius could be a top keeper if he keeps improving like the second half of the season. I think his decisiveness has been his weaker area and no surprise with influence in Migs. VVD seems to have had a really good influence on Karius collecting the ball and when not to. But credit to the lad for taking the pressure of past performances and turning it around. Also, maybe taking Karius to the world up is too soon though, one slip up could imbalance his confidence and impact his performance in the next season, seeing as his confidence is only built of late.


20.) 16 May 2018 17:42:40
“even the most blinded LFC fan wouldn't think Karius is in the same league as De Gea“

I thought they were both in the premier league 😉.


21.) 16 May 2018 17:57:15
Boom boom Ron.
In all seriousness tho, maybe Karius just isn't rated by others as highly as some Liverpool fans rate him. It doesn't surprise me he didn't make it.


22.) 16 May 2018 18:27:05
I think you're after "distort", Lancaster Red ;-)


23.) 16 May 2018 20:03:09
Sorry but I still don't think Karius is anywhere near good enough for us. He has improved but I think that is more to do with the improved defence in front of him.


24.) 17 May 2018 07:34:20
'I still don't think Karius is anywhere near good enough for us'

Nah he's not is he mate, he's only part of the team who are in the CL final, but nah not good enough for us is he. Come off it, he's a decent keeper and still very young for a keeper. From what we've seen of him how you can say he's not anywhere near good enough for us is beyond me. He took over the number 1 spot suddenly and then things changed, do you think we'd of been in the final or 4th if Migs was kept in goal? I don't. Give the lad praise, he deserves it.


25.) 17 May 2018 10:30:22
No contort is fine in the context thanks ha, Karius isn't near top level, he is an improvement in Mignolet and that's where people are thinking he is upto the job, he produce some good performances but still doesn't look like winning us games, he has an unease about him that isn't going away, he made a couple of vital. saves in games at a time when we were rocking but that should be standard, he isn't top level or going to be imo.


 

 

 

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20 Jan 2019 17:56:29
Can any ed help here
during the time when stubbs and mcateer were linked with us is true
A that stubbs turned us down for Blackburn and B true that mcateer chose us over arsenal and C did Collymore come to us even though he was offered more money elsewhere at the time?

Johncrow Junior

{Ed001's Note - Stubbs did turn us down, not for anyone else, just turned us down as he was an Evertonian and did not want to join us. McAteer was desperate to join us and rejected a couple of other offers. We were the only team to meet the ludicrous asking price for C****more.}


1.) 20 Jan 2019 18:05:16
As always mate thank you for very swift reply
Mcateer just went up in my estimation lol.

{Ed001's Note - it was a dream come true for him and he was never going to go anywhere else if we were interested.}


2.) 20 Jan 2019 18:47:28
It always makes me cry every time I bring this fact up.

We signed Collymore for £9 million in the same transfer window that Arsenal signed Bergkamp for £8 million.

Oh no, I'm filling up again. :' (.


3.) 20 Jan 2019 18:59:21
Ed001, can you imagine what a Bergkamp/ Fowler partnership would have been like?

You have to remember that it was Bruce Rioch that signed Dennis. It's not like he signed because of the manager's reputation.

{Ed001's Note - Bergkamp would have been sensational for us.}


4.) 20 Jan 2019 19:57:46
Bergkamp would have been sensational kicking a tin can around in the park, once of the best players to ever step on to a football pitch.


5.) 20 Jan 2019 20:11:23
There’s an inevitable element of hindsight to this debate though, even though I don’t disagree with the ultimate assessment.
Bergkamp had flopped badly in Italy (Inter if I recall) and it subsequently took him a long while to settle in at Arsenal.
Whilst, conversely, Collymore’s star was very much on the rise and he looked a good buy, the modern striker full of pace and power.
But it went downhill from there, his own problems alas.


6.) 20 Jan 2019 20:13:29
always a red - exactly why I cringe every time I hear Collymore's name. How different it could have been.


7.) 20 Jan 2019 20:33:04
The Juicer - It always makes me wonder if part of a medical should include an assessment of a player's mental health and maybe a personality profile.

I've gone for so many interviews and had to fill out so many questionnaires to try to profile my personality. If such a thing was in practice (I know it was a different era, and I wouldn't like a simple questionnaire being used but more a personal one on one assessment) surely if both Bergkamp and Collymore were profiled, we'd have signed the former instead. We can talk about hindsight all we want but if players were assessed on a psychological level as well as physical, unless the psychological expert was a complete imbecile, we'd never have signed Collymore.


8.) 20 Jan 2019 20:51:12
Collymore was immense, him and fowler the season they had together were just mouth watering. Just a shame collymore was and still is a complete bell end.


9.) 20 Jan 2019 21:20:31
Pegleg - I know it's a bit of a taboo to talk about, but I don't think Collymore is right in the head. Hence my reasoning to bring up mental health and the debate of whether the club should be screening for it.

Of course Stan has never been in the news about sectioning or anything, but Aaron Lennon and Steven Caulker (just to pick 2 out of the hat) have had problems. Maybe it should be part of the medical.

We're really deviating from the point here though. I simply commented about Collymore being a preferred signing opposed to signing Dennis Bergkamp, and we've gone way off tangent, which is my fault entirely.

But like I said, it still pains me that we signed Stan as opposed to Dennis (for more money) .


10.) 20 Jan 2019 21:48:07
I’ve spoken to McAteer about the day he signed for us. He was in a meeting with Dalglish at Blackburn as we hadn’t come in for him so he was about to sign for them. Next thing his agent has taken a call and told him Roy Evans wanted to see him as Liverpool had agreed a fee with Bolton. He explained this to Kenny and said he wanted to speak to Liverpool. Kenny told him if he leaves his office the deal is off, so he grabbed his coat and made his way to Liverpool!
He also said he got into loads of trouble with Bolton for celebrating with the league cup after we beat them at Wembley! 😂 Quality!


11.) 20 Jan 2019 23:57:32
Loved MacAteer and MacMannaman overlapping, must of been a nightmare to defend against.


 

 

13 Jan 2019 09:44:17
Funny thing happened to me yesterday
found myself having to defend Henderson in a conversation where a chelsea fan and a leeds fan where trying to tell me that loftus cheek and delph are better then Hendo
no way I was having that lol
I am by far not hendo's biggest fan but come on now he is better then those two imo.

Johncrow Junior

1.) 13 Jan 2019 11:38:27
Without a shadow of a doubt mate.


2.) 13 Jan 2019 13:16:15
Some people will always be stupid though. As soon as Loftus was mentioned you should have just got up and walked off.


3.) 13 Jan 2019 13:42:03
Hendo is the better player out of the 3. Amazingly though Delph and maybe Loftus Cheeks (not sure if he qualified) trophy cabinets are better than Hendos at this moment. Hopefully that will be changed in the coming months and years.


4.) 13 Jan 2019 13:46:06
I would have stopped arguing with these people the minute they mentioned Delph and Cheeks, really. Why? That's how you know they are whinding you up, mate.


 

 

08 Dec 2018 07:58:10
had a friendly discussion with a work mate and he said that overall Ben chilwell is a better left back then Andy Robertson and if you compare their attributes you will see im right
of course I disagreed but ed001 was I wrong in your opnion or do you think robbo is better the chilwell?

Johncrow Junior

{Ed001's Note - it really depends on what you mean by better. Chilwell has better technique but he does not work as hard. Both have the ability to deliver excellent final balls but very rarely do so. I would say that it really depends on what you want from a full back, as Chilwell is worse defensively than Robertson right now, but better going forward, slightly. As neither are particularly good defensively, I would take the one that is better in that area myself, as he also has a much better attitude off the pitch and is growing as a player much faster than Chilwell seems to be.}


1.) 08 Dec 2018 17:05:29
Cheers mate after today games I know im right regarding Robbo lol.

{Ed001's Note - yes he was very good today, still needs to work on his decision making, but Chilwell's decision making is awful.}


 

 

05 Dec 2018 18:00:58
Origi might be set for a few starts in the next few weeks according to some but could this not jsut be Klopp putting him in the shop window or is that to cynical?
I can't see him having a future at Liverpool even though I would prefer him over Sturridge as a impact sub.

Johncrow Junior

1.) 05 Dec 2018 18:07:36
I'm of the same opinion, I think Origi has something to offer but if a bid came in I reckon he'd be gone quite quickly. Hopefully we're wrong, I'd love to see him get more chances and see him impress enough to make Klopp and Co think hang on let's hold onto this lad'. Time will tell.


2.) 05 Dec 2018 18:17:03
If he starts banging goals do u really think klopp is going to sale him?


3.) 05 Dec 2018 18:47:43
You don't play a player just to put them in the "shop window". They have to earn their place in the team. Imagine if we lost games while trying to give a certain player unwarranted game time.

{Ed025's Note - very true irish..


4.) 05 Dec 2018 18:52:14
I think Sturridge is more liable to be sold than Origi. Sturridge is clearly the better footballer, yes, but I'm basing my opinion on age and wages and future potential. Sturridge has reached his maximum level I feel, while Origi has not.


5.) 05 Dec 2018 20:01:33
good shout ArA, I think that if Origi can bag a goal or two, he could become our 1st sub .


6.) 05 Dec 2018 23:30:01
Spot on, IR. That notion is a bunch of nonsense that people esp. in the media just made up so they can look smart. It has never existed and never wil. As for Origi and his chances at LFC, This is what Origi said Klopp told him before coming on vs Everton, "Play the way you train". What does that tell me? It tells me that Origi tho having not played at all in the PL at least, he was always giving his all in training and never let his head drop. Never sulked nor thew a fit.

Klopp must have seen that and said, "I may need this kid to play a blinder for me here if he keeps working hard". Origi just kept working hard and it showed as soon as he came on with the chance he created, hitting the post and then being alive to The Anfield Flap and scoring.

Today vs Burnley, he may not have gotten opportunities to score but his movement and pace ran the defenders ragged and still offerred an assist as well. We are going to need him, Lovs, Matip and the whole squad this season so people need to get behind the team. YNWA!


 

 

04 Dec 2018 16:17:59
With Rumours that both Mane and Robbo may not make tomorrow's game im not so worried over Mane as Shaq can cover him but bringing in Moreno to cover Robbo is for ne not ideal I really feel this is the one area in our squad that needs to be addressed in January
Having a player in our side who the oppostion can target to attack is not good
Moreno for me is just not good enough to be cover we need better and hopefully this will come from within the squad but if not then a good left back who can push robbo for his spot would be perfect which would mean we could also interchange them for games like we do trent and Joe.

Johncrow Junior

1.) 04 Dec 2018 19:05:12
The best way for me, to ensure defence stability, would be to bring lovren in and put Joe at left back. Really think that would work.


2.) 04 Dec 2018 19:07:35
I think it's very difficult to get a quality backup player and Moreno does atleast try to be fair. Although from the Eds daily review it looks like their could be some interest in Moreno from Marsielle and Sevilla.

I think it would be great to find an experienced LB to play as backup who could maybe even fill in at RB if needed, an experienced head like Milner who will simply be reliable when needed and be a good presence in the dressing room. But who!?


3.) 04 Dec 2018 19:15:15
I'm actually of the opposite view regarding Mane. He is IMO, our inform player in terms of speed, grit and ability to make things happen. Could he score more goals? Absolutely BUT not only is he getting chances, he is creating for others as well. His penalty vs PSG was ALL Mane cos he won the ball, dove thru the heart of the PSG defence and won that penalty. I feel he will be missed vs Burnley even tho Shaq will offer something different and positive.

As for Moreno, we all just have to hope he plays well and make sure he gets help from the midfielders cos isolated vs Lennon (even tho he has lost a few steps) could be trouble.


4.) 04 Dec 2018 19:28:50
Easy decisions. Origi in for Mane to reward his hard work. Milner or Gomez at left back. No bother. Burnley have bigger injury concerns than we do and have been shocking all season. If we fail to win it will be nobodies fault but the players for being complacent.


5.) 04 Dec 2018 21:16:23
Although Moreno is a liability in defence he does genuinely seem to have been a good player to have in the dressing room and at the club. I would give him a run out to keep him happy knowing we have that young fella on loan in Belgium (sorry his name escapes me maybe it’s arroyo ) as well as a Scottish lad we bought last year I think Gallagher. Agree with George that buying a quality player who will accept being back up will be tough so let’s give Moreno a run out and let these guys develop who will hopefully push Robertson for a place in the future. but Robbie is there to stay long term imo.


6.) 05 Dec 2018 03:00:59
Is Moreno's competition for the LB spot what ia pushing Robbo.!?

Ha anyways we don't have better, so if Robbo needs a rest get Moreno in. He isn't as bad as people say, but obviously any little error gets blown out. Juat get him in and keep the team ticking over.


7.) 05 Dec 2018 18:11:17
Adam Lewis apparently ear marked for that role next season mate.


 

 

 

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12 Jan 2019 20:18:23
We have money if needs be and we have players who can be sold so I would not worry about money if klopp needs it I think he will get backed no matter what van dijk and Allison prove that.

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11 Jul 2018 11:35:05
MK I would be so disappointed if he left as their is a really good intelligent footballer in there somewhere
I really believe he's does not realize how good he could be but I really hope he does not leave.

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26 Jun 2018 18:53:08
Thank you for the above mate not sure kelvin would appreciate it lol
but I sure do
where do you think he might end up mate?

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26 Jun 2018 17:25:28
Square Tomato hope your doing well mate just wanna know if you have heard any incomings as well?

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29 May 2018 09:18:50
you welcome Salah mate
it may turn out to be crap but thought I would share
albeit now Lemar seems to have come back into the frame as well according to Lequipe
So my little birdy looks like he may have given me duff info lol.

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20 Jan 2019 18:05:16
As always mate thank you for very swift reply
Mcateer just went up in my estimation lol.

Johncrow Junior

{Ed001's Note - it was a dream come true for him and he was never going to go anywhere else if we were interested.}


 

 

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18 Jan 2019 19:47:21
Cheaper and much much better options out there.

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17 Jan 2019 17:45:19
Square tomato good to see you on the board mate
any update on any youngsters who potentially might be seen as ready for the squad next season
Adam lewis maybe?

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13 Jan 2019 19:34:34
imo a very valid question and with no intent to cause harm or incite abuse for any ed.

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13 Jan 2019 11:14:57
no mate we did not collymore came much later then bergkamp.

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