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27 May 2014 16:39:19
Hey eds,

Just wanted to know whether the club are interested in getting both xherdan shaqiri and adam lallana


{Ed002's Note - I don't know but there is interest in both.}




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08 May 2019 22:36:21
looks like an all English final in both competitions which is crazy, have Spain managed to accomplish that? Great for English football, but In a weird way, I would have preferred Ajax in the final, because if were to lose to anyone I’d want it to be them since they’ve been exceptional this year. Eliminated Juve and real and should have got over the line against spurs but it wasn’t to be. Playing spurs is a bit more pressure I think, especially since we beat them twice in the league, I just hope they carry their league form into that game. On paper we should easily beat both but there’s something about spurs in the CL that makes them a bit more dangerous. It’s clear this is poch last hoorah with spurs and he’ll want to get over the line, klopp has more experience on this stage though.


1.) 09 May 2019 07:42:22
I think we owe them for not putting up a better fight against city in the league. It’s the little things.



06 May 2019 21:39:50
It’s mental, I’ve been in the pub for both city and Liverpool games and people literally celebrate city scoring like it’s their own team. I’ve never seen so my distaste towards a club that has absolutely nothing to do with them in terms of rivalry, people just despise Liverpool. City scraping results just makes things worse, we can’t catch a break it seems. We’re not supposed to win the premier league I don’t think, if we’re to get 97 points and not win what more can you say really. Heartbreaking.


1.) 06 May 2019 21:42:58
Try living next door to a Man Utd fan from London who’s never been to Manchester. Fortunately I don’t have to watch the city games as his cheers keep me informed of the score.

2.) 06 May 2019 21:48:47
Kman i smile at your post was thinking exact same thing myself people just seem not to want Liverpool to win EVEN man u fans lol
but it is what it is mate Pathetic imo but hey ho.

3.) 06 May 2019 21:50:14
Man U fan from London? There's a rarity!

4.) 06 May 2019 21:51:19
Ah man I know the feeling, my neighbours are united fans from London as well and they used to be Chelsea fans, no idea how that worked out but yeah makes sense when you support rubbish like that.

5.) 06 May 2019 21:51:53
I'm afraid no one but our fans wants this Kman. Will make it all the more sweet when it happens. We will do the same next year, City have a core of players that are 33, 34 now and will not go the whole of next year without niggles and missing games. We will mount another challenge like this seasons next season we may loose a few more but draw a lot less. And if I'm not mistaken isn't there a game tomorrow to win? Let the Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, United fans gloat that City have likely won another title , the dire state some of those clubs are in at present gives them no comfort watching thier own teams .

6.) 06 May 2019 22:05:20
Very strange kman, especially when Spurs new stadium wasn’t even sold out, glory hunters comes to mind. I guess there kids will grow up to support city.

7.) 06 May 2019 22:05:35
This all feels too cruel. I’m trying to find the energy for tomorrow - but I don’t know if I can take the disappointment of getting my hopes up.

Who knows though, maybe Brighton will have the game of their lives next week. Although, Wolves will be no walk in the park either. 🤷‍♂️😑.

8.) 06 May 2019 22:06:09
I’ve got to say it is a worry for next year. City hit 100 points last year, i thought there was no way they could do that again. But if they finish on 98 points that’s awfully close. Start of the season I would of said 97 points would easily win it and we have been proven wrong.
My worry is can we repeat this season next season, surely finishing second in that fashion is demoralising, plus all the other teams will splash the cash in summer too.

9.) 06 May 2019 22:12:28
So you live next door to Sterling then Kman?!

10.) 06 May 2019 22:16:40
Call me deluded but I still hold that THE WAIT IS OVER! All we've looked to with expectations didn't deliver but meaningful things do come out of despised stuff. Watch BHA hand us the league. #IBELIEVEINMIRACLES.

11.) 06 May 2019 22:31:32
Yeh but this is good Reds! Fergie created a "us against the world" attitude and it worked for him for many a year.
I don't hate City they've only been around 5 minutes, and if they beat us to the league so be it. I like the fact everyone hates us again, it means we're getting very good.



24 Apr 2019 21:00:00
We all know what’s going to happen second half, and we know what the media will say after.


1.) 24 Apr 2019 21:13:37
And it’s over 👍.



15 Mar 2019 12:09:46
Best draw we could have hoped for and I don’t look into the whole ‘playing at home in the second leg’ as a huge factor to be honest. Last season playing at home first worked for us well so long may that continue. Not going to be easy but it’s the easiest out of the lot, the semi final draw wasn’t favourable if we are to get through but I’d rather face Barcelona or united in the semis than in the final. I think we’d need two legs to beat either of those teams.


1.) 15 Mar 2019 13:06:24
I actually think that playing away in the 2nd leg might suit us. I fancy us to keep a clean sheet at home and I fancy us to score away against almost anyone giving us the away goal and meaning the other team will have to score at least 2.

If we played at home 2nd leg and hadn't won the 1st by a distance then the nerves would be huge.

2.) 15 Mar 2019 13:41:54
I think, as good as we are on the counter attack, playing at home first suits us. We take any lead to Porto, they have to attack, and they're not a Juventus-type team who can attack and still not leave themselves open to a counter attack.

Absolutely no complaints about that draw at all.

3.) 15 Mar 2019 14:06:30
Exactly, we just seem to do better when there’s less pressure on and that’s possible when you play at home first.

4.) 15 Mar 2019 19:16:02
Playing first being a disadvantage, is a misnomer and has always been. If anything, it is an advantage to play the return leg away from home PROVIDED the first leg is is well negotiated. If we DON'T concede then we have as much chance to progress esp. if we win w/ o conceding.



06 Feb 2019 21:44:08
Really frustrating game that, Everton gave it a real go but have zero quality in the final third. Shouldn’t really depend on others anyway and shouldn’t be in this position. City are now top and I fear there might be a psychological effect to that on some of our players regardless of us having a game in hand. Thus far we haven’t done well when city have played first so that has to change on the weekend. Props to Everton, they didn’t roll over like some expected but the win was inevitable, one thing is certain, city will drop points again, I just fear we will drop more based on the performances of the two teams. If that was us tonight, we would have conceded somehow. Let’s hope things change fast and regain initiative.


1.) 06 Feb 2019 21:48:01
Be interesting to see Ed25’s view on that. Everton gave it a good go but the old set piece Achilles heel did for them.
Once again though Fernandinho should’ve had 4 yellow cards and got 1. I don’t understand how he gets away with it.
Then Zouma commits 1 foul nowhere near as bad as Fernandinho and gets booked. It’s infuriating to watch it really is.

{Ed025's Note - you cant fault the effort there bobby, a lack of quality yes, but we at least gave it a good go mate..

2.) 06 Feb 2019 21:56:56
That press was doing city damage but they have no quality attacking wise. that's how we should have played against city. wasted our games against them.

3.) 06 Feb 2019 21:56:10
You did give it a go to be fair. I didn’t think City played well at all and you had some good moments. Like you say though the quality of that last pass was lacking.
I don’t think the ref helped you though, he let them get away with the spoiling fouls yet gave them a foul everytime they fell over.

{Ed025's Note - fernandinho got away with murder bobby..

4.) 06 Feb 2019 21:58:46
i am surprised Richarlison didn't start seems to be your only danger man up front.

{Ed025's Note - hes been jaded lately southern and i though calvert lewin did ok in his place mate..

5.) 06 Feb 2019 22:07:59
Fernandinho always get away with murder mate. It’s a disgrace the amount of protection that guy gets. They must have meetings and agree that a yellow is a yellow unless it’s Fernandinho because such a nice fella and never answers us back.

6.) 06 Feb 2019 23:10:23
Ed25, we were telling you early on that Fernandinho gets away with murder near every week BUT you called us bitter and did not want to admire how good City are. Now it seems that you have seen the light, not that we needed any evidence on our end. Ed01 did say it takes you a while to come around and here is the proof, lol.

Seriously tho, Hats off to your boys for the effort and IMO.




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07 Feb 2019 13:02:15
So we’re expecting to splash out big dollars on players like Fekir, de ligt, Werner/ Brandt but not be selling one of Salah, mane or firmino, I highly doubt it, even with an increase in revenue. Would be nice and would improve the squad nicely but I expect someone big to leave in the summer, especially if we do not win the league.




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04 Jan 2019 17:27:25
I think the Fekir ship sailed in the summer. The way I look at it, was that it was out of him or Allisson. If we were to get Fekir we would have ended up with Butland or cillissen as some sort of back up to Karius, and if we went for Allisson we would go for Shaqiri (or anyone else we had in mind for that position) . I think in hindsight we went for the right option but if Shaqiri was to fail then I’d imagine us going for Fekir which hasn’t happened. We’ll see what happens from now until the end of the season, we have 3 players that play that AM role in Keita, Lallana and Shaq so if Keita doesn’t get his s*** together before then I could see Fekir or a player like that coming in the summer with Lallana departing. Although we do have OX, but who knows how he will be once he comes back and maybe he’d need some sort of loan move to get back up to speed.

Werner could be a possibility as that would make sense, any one of our front 3 get injured or lose form and we’re a lot less dangerous and Werner can cover through the middle and out wide. Shaq should be starting more often than not now so I don’t see him necessarily as just cover anymore. That being said, are we even interested in Werner or even bringing someone in this window. For me it’s either quality cover for the front 3 or a CB permanent or on loan, because if lovren or vvd gets injured we’re in terrible shape.




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04 Jan 2019 16:58:51
Getting clyne surely had to be an incentive for them paying over the odds for Solanke, it made little sense for us to move him on otherwise. If that’s the case then it’s still a good deal.




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04 Jan 2019 16:57:16
ki Jana is a kid, he shouldn’t be expected to provide cover when there’s this much pressure on a season. I’m assuming Milner and Fabinho are ahead of him and that clyne must of been an incentive for how much Bournemouth ended up paying for Solanke. Otherwise we should have kept clyne as a solid back up option.

That being said £19m for Solanke is very good business seeing as we’ve still got origi and sturridge for cover. If we could get a few more off the books and get decent amounts for them then we might possibly bring someone in before the end of the window.




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12 Dec 2018 17:41:00
When did that happen? He played the full 90. we’re getting injuries at the wrong time.





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06 May 2019 21:51:19
Ah man I know the feeling, my neighbours are united fans from London as well and they used to be Chelsea fans, no idea how that worked out but yeah makes sense when you support rubbish like that.




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06 May 2019 20:40:56
recently teams have done well against city first half then go on to roll over next half so just give it till second half and normal service shall resume unfortunately.




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02 May 2019 19:41:17
Piffmunda, that’s all well and true but what about in the past, did those factors exist then as well? That’s the reason people have become pessimistic because it doesn’t matter what the scenario is, we fail to get over the line at the most crucial times. We’ve lost almost as many finals in cup competitions as we’ve won in the premier league era and I’m not even counting second place finishes, eventually it becomes frustraiting.




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02 May 2019 17:15:56
In a weird way it would have been better if we played Barcelona at anfield first. At least then we would have a leg to stand on in the return leg. This myth that away legs are better to play first have been well and truly dispelled the last couple years, we seem to do better playing at home first.

I think there was slight errors in the way we set up and the team we put out there, we should have gone for broke and risked firmino and stuck with Trent but Klopp seems to be a no risk manager when it comes to injuries and it hasn’t paid off once again. I won’t say tactics is the problem in this game specifically but in the biggest games Klopp seems to lack the cutting edge required to outsmart opponents in a final or a pressure situation, I think he approaches it exactly how he would in any other scenario and that for me is wrong. I think he’s proven he can evolve as a manager and this is something he’ll need to fix going forward if he will be remembered as one of the best. I can name 3 occasions this season where the pressure was on us to take charge of our own destiny and we faltered, once was against city to go 10 points clear, once was against Leicester to go 7 points clear with less games to go and last night was another. Remarkable season but we’re ultimately left empty handed and this is why some pessismists are actually the realists when it comes to us, we know what will eventually happen because 9/ 10 that’s what happens. It’s great to be an optimist but it’s been blind optimism at times saying certain results weren’t bad and that we can still do it, those guys have been proved wrong once again.

One or two of those goals go in for us and it’s a different game but it’s typical that they didn’t, CL is over and so is the league (although there’s slight hope of the league and I wouldn’t begrudge anyone for believing it’s still possible) . I’m not negative I’m just realistic. Personally I think we deserve to be PL winners because our hurdles have been harder to climb than cities but that’s subjective, in the CL we were lucky to get this far to be honest, definitely overachieved there.




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24 Apr 2019 21:13:37
And it’s over 👍.