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23 Mar 2016 15:00:14
Eds, has the situation changed with Coutinho regarding leaving if we don't get champions league? Looks out of reach from a league perspective this year. It would be sad to see him go. I know Barcelona previously had interest, not sure that they need him. It would not be an easy task to replace the influence he has on the team.

ManahawkinRed

{Ed002's Note - The club are aware of what Coutinho told three international team mates and are also aware that both Porto and Bayern Munich watched Coutinho on May 10 last year. It is also correct that Barcelona have had Coutinho watched on at least a couple of occasions this season but with Arda Turan playing in a similar position and Alen Halilovic returning from loan in the summer I am not sure the he will be a priority for them. Right now I would expect him to stay but if Liverpool do look to another first pick attacking midfield player then space needs to be found in the squad.}


1.) 23 Mar 2016 17:08:14
Would you take Gotze over him ed?

{Ed002's Note - Where does Goetze come in to any of this?}


2.) 23 Mar 2016 19:22:38
He doesnt, was just after your opinion mate that's all. A what if i suppose.


3.) 23 Mar 2016 20:30:00
Thanks, Ed2! Much appreciated. I prefer Coutinho over Gotze LFC. I think the difference in our team when Coutinho is on form is immense.


4.) 23 Mar 2016 20:49:09
Ed, say hypothetically Porto were interested would they really be able to afford him?

I didn't think Portuguese clubs had that sort of money.

{Ed002's Note - Yes they could.}


5.) 24 Mar 2016 02:07:36
coutinho can join texeira in china and hope a offer like 60mil comes from china. will bite the hand off and use 20 mil to buy new reus, new aubameyangs, kagawas, hummelses.


6.) 24 Mar 2016 07:54:22
I'd be very disappointed losing Coutinho to a team like Porto. Its hard to keep players from that small group of clubs that realistically can compete at the very top level but to lose him to a club that really does little more than make up numbers when it comes to the CL. wouldn't be happy.


7.) 24 Mar 2016 14:05:10
leekuanyew,

is there no pleasing you, Couthino is one of our best players if not our best player, but you would sell him for a player who might take a season to get used to the prem a bit like firmino, also the players you mentioned might not do well in the prem just because they are good in germany does not mean they will be good in the prem just look at the likes of other big names who have come to the prem and could not cut it here, or took a season to get used to it, so it would mean we would struggle for another season, couths is settled and playing really well, plus imagine where we would be in the league if you took out his goals and assists this season, beside him and firmino there's no goals coming from any were else in the team but hey it won't matter as long as we get a big named player, what your not seeing is the big teams that are looking at couthino which means to them he is a big name player where you think he is not a big name player, look at leicester they don't have any big name players but they are at the top of the prem and look like they will win it, man city with all their big names won't win the prem so just because you want players who have reached the top in a different country does not mean they will make it big here or help us win anything,


 

 

22 Mar 2016 13:51:24
Have we been linked with any wingers? Seems to be our biggest need at this point, I assume Klopp wants to bring some width into the team.

ManahawkinRed

{Ed002's Note - Winger:

Clearly Liverpool have been looking in particular at wingers with their scouting and that in itself may sound the death knell for Markovic. With Ibe, Ojo and Canos on the books in addition to several players like Milner, Origi and even Lallana and Firmino who are comfortable in those positions - and youngsters like Kent, it seems some sort of reshuffle will be necessary. Liverpool don’t seem to have honed in on one target but they are certainly looking.

Interest in Anderlecht's Dennis Praet has run hold and cold for a while and the likes of Ajax, Everton, Southampton, Hoffenheim and Dynamo Moscow have moved on in the past year. Both Sevilla and Valencia had offers rejected in the summer whilst Aston Villa were also being kept informed by Anderlecht of any approaches for the player, but there is no way the player will want to move there and they won't have that sort of money to spend on one player. Juventus were represented at a couple of games but were, I understand, unconvinced by the player - but I suspect interest will continue knowing that his value might well tumble as his contract is running down. Fiorentina has had several meetings with representatives of the player and Anderlecht - and were seemingly getting to the point where an agreement over a January transfer could be reached but interest in another player has given them an unexpected twist to deal with and they are now out of the picture. Arsenal has again looked at him in recent weeks, once they knew that there could be a January bid from elsewhere, but I am not aware of them taking it any further just yet. I understand that Liverpool are again interested in the Praet, and it is a player Klipperty would like. Praet may well provide more versatility than others as he has the ability to play as a winger as well as an attacking midfield player. Borussia Dortmund has also been showing recent interest.

Georges-Kevin N'Koudou of Marseille - perhaps a youngster for the summer for one of the many clubs who have looked at him - including Crystal Palace, Valerncia, Southampton, West Ham, Liverpool and Manchester United. Marseille would certainly be open to a very high and over the odds offer.

Manchester City, Atletico, Spurs and Valencia have all previously declared an interest in Gokhan Tore with Atletico having made two offers to take him as a replacement for Arda Turan in the summer. I would think any Manchester City bid is dependent on David Silva moving on and that has gone for now. Valencia will probably not now follow up on their interest. Spurs interest remains. Additionally, Besiktas has said that Arsenal has again watched the player. However, they have said that they are not looking to sell him over the winter window but are open to further discussions over making an agreement for a summer move to Atletico Madrid - and further discussions are scheduled but Atletico accept that the summer is a more likely time for a move but are also aware good performances at the Euros will boost his price - hence they would like to agree the framework for a deal now. Besiktas have not been approached by West Ham United with any offer to take Tore back to London. but have admitted that Everton, Liverpool and Arsenal (again) have watched the player before the holidays.

PSG may well be less willing to let Moura move as he has now settled better in France - but it took a very long time. An attempt was made to strike a deal for Lucas Moura to make a return to Sao Paulo on loan in January 2015, but PSG pulled the plug as discussions dragged on. Juventus had declared interest if he becomes available but baulked at the €40M asking price they were given. Spurs and Liverpool did manage to scout him recently, although he has been starting from the bench a lot this season. Whilst his agent has spoken to Arsenal about him, the player himself is now keen to stay in Paris, and having settled, PSG will likely support that. As such, I suspect a summer move to be unlikely.

Partizan Belgrade's Andrija Zivkovic has been of sustained interest to Atletico Madrid and Chelsea with Real Madrid, Valencia, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Spurs, Benfica and Cagliari all watching the player. Chelsea were looking to sign Zivkovic in the summer and send him on loan, and Real Madrid has made similar advances that were also rebuffed. But it is Atletico who were probably best placed to complete a January deal - but could not get by complex ownership issues involving Pini Zahivi needing to be resolved first. One to watch for the summer.

According to his father, Liverpool, Celtic and Munich 1860 are interested in Dinamo Zagreb's Davor Lovren, brother to Dejan. He plays in the reserve team and I have no idea how much, if any, interest Liverpool have in him. He would be one for the future.

Ajax will look to keep Anwar El Ghazi from interested parties for perhaps one or two years. Bayern Munich, Milan, Liverpool, Manchester United, Leicester, Atletico and Chelsea have all declared an interest. The player has said he wants to play for Real Madrid. Chelsea were to put an offer on the table in the summer and would have been willing to leave him with Ajax for up to two years. However a third party advisor to Chelsea blocked any move at that time citing the player as still being inconsistent and wanting longer to consider whether or not Chelsea should progress a move for the player who he thinks could "disappear" very easily at a higher level, and particularly in England - this was the same person who said Depay was not ready this summer. Arsenal have now had him watched in a match against Vitesse Arnhem - whether that will manifest itself as interest or not is unclear right now. Milan, who had a January bid rejected, will use income from El Shaarawy to explore again if a deal can be done and have appointed a third party to act on their behalf.

Deportivo's Lucas Perez has been performing well this season and has been watched by Arsenal, CSKA Moscow, Liverpool and Valencia. However, this season has been a peak in an otherwise pretty average journeyman career. I suspect the English sides will see sense.

Odd's Rafik Zekhnini is a player that van Gaal tried to take to Manchester United in the summer whilst PSV, Dortmund and, I understand, Liverpool have all been taking a look at him this season.}


1.) 22 Mar 2016 14:15:54
Thanks, Ed002! Lot's of names on the books and being linked, interesting to see what will happen in the summer. Apart from the obvious signings of Reus, Gundogan, and Aubemayang signing.


2.) 22 Mar 2016 17:44:39
If we are looking at wingers then wouldn't Benteke be a good option up front next season?

{Ed001's Note - why? Is he going to suddenly develop a work ethic?}


3.) 22 Mar 2016 18:58:38
Funster

All Benteke needs is service from wide areas and you ask him to play as a wide player? 😳😳.

{Ed001's Note - you really need to read that again.}


4.) 22 Mar 2016 19:16:34
Ooouchh. My bad mate. Read the other way. Thought someone wanted him to play as a winger ha ha 😂😂.


5.) 22 Mar 2016 19:26:11
Harry = open mouth, insert foot!


6.) 22 Mar 2016 22:09:12
Benteke as a winger Yeeeep that's were we've gone wrong why didn't klopp think of that.


7.) 23 Mar 2016 00:33:02
I love how notwithstanding Benteke's utter futility this season, including showing he has the work ethic, awareness, and skill to succeed in Klopp's system-- this "myth" about Benteke still persists. that somehow, if only he gets "proper service" from "wide areas", then voila, all of a sudden

I'm sorry but playing wide wingers and throwing cross into the box at a target man is boring, useless football worthy of Pulis and WestBrom but not LFC. And it is certainly light years removed from Klopp's preferred style of football.

Move Benteke on in the summer if we have an offer. It's best for us, but also for him. He was not built for this team or system and would do better elsewhere.


8.) 23 Mar 2016 00:30:23
Whose looking at Inaki Williams? He will be the next big player.
Shame Chelsea ruined Cuadrado - he was managed very badly and would've been the ideal man on the right.


9.) 25 Mar 2016 15:40:21
Noticed Leroy Sane is not on the winger list, is he out of our price range? What do you make of him? Read he is lazy when pressing and tracking back and his bad passing been killing his team attacks. Just a case of teenager having his head turned? Or red flags to be worried about?

{Ed002's Note - He was looked at and that was the end of it. Schalke rejected bids from Spurs and Stoke for Leroy Sane in the summer of 2015. A number of clubs from across Europe have had the player watched in the first and reserve sides towards the end of last season and at the start of this - including Manchester United, Barcelona, Sunderland, Manchester City, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Bayer Leverkusen, PSG, West Ham and RBL. Do not discount a bid from Manchester City in the summer after an approach was pushed back in January - where they were loathe to meet the potential asking price, even though they were willing to make a very significant offer. Now Manchester City know that a bid from Barcelona is imminent and that will be immediately followed by a bid from Real Madrid as the three clubs battle over a summer move. As to whether he is ready just yet, no, probably not. There is the potential to yet again see a great talent squashed (at least for a year or two).}


 

 

 

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26 Sep 2018 04:07:10
I just watched the highlights of our champs league run last year. Easy to forget how shaky our defense and finishing looked early on in the group stages. Pretty amazing to see how much we've improved from then to now, totally buzzing about our potential this year and looking forward to see what this team can do.

ManahawkinRed

1.) 26 Sep 2018 05:56:17
It's crazy really isn't it Manahawinred how quickly Klopp turned it around by buying Robbo, VVD, putting in Trent and more recently giving Gomez his chance. Not to mention bringing in Alisson. Before that lineup we were leaking in goals far too much so credit has to go to Klopp and the club for addressing the biggest issue we had.

Speaking of defences, Ed1 what team in the premier league would you say currently has the best defence? it's a hard one for me but I'm trying to think of one better than ours and I can't! but you watch more then me so it'd be interesting to hear your views mate.

Somebody tried telling me Man City had the best defence the other day lol I'm still convinced he was just trying to wind me up! Ederson and the defenders can't handle pressure at all and this has been shown every single time a team attacks them! which is why I wish to god more teams would attack them more. It's their biggest weakness and needs exploiting more.

{Ed001's Note - the figures suggest Liverpool's is the best in the league over the last few months. Watching the teams play, I can't think of a better one to argue with the figures over. Certainly not City, who are bloody hopeless defensively, it is just that teams do not get enough of the ball to test out the defence as a rule.}


2.) 26 Sep 2018 07:15:52
Cheers Ed, always good to have your opinion mate!

{Ed001's Note - it has been a long time since we had such a solid defence.}


3.) 26 Sep 2018 08:17:50
"A good offense is the best defense" this statement really epitomizes Mancity if you just replace good with extremely good.


4.) 26 Sep 2018 08:23:30
It’s the best defence in the league since we lost to spurs last season Ed.


5.) 26 Sep 2018 08:26:07
It would have to be between us and Spurs for me but I think we edge it. Spurs haven’t been as solid since Sanchez came in and Toby has been injured/ trying to escape Levy’s London Dungeon.


6.) 26 Sep 2018 11:48:41
The last benchmark defense for the premier league was definitely Conte's team in its first season.

We need to keep doing it consistently for a period of time and I am so hopefully that we will.

This team and coach really needs to and deserves to win trophies and hopefully we will!


7.) 26 Sep 2018 14:09:44
That's such a good point about city. They see so much of the ball their defence isn't tested enough. Kompany was a beast for them but he has struggled with injury way too much and is not the same player as 3/ 4 years ago.

We like to keep the ball too though and are wicked on the break. I really fancy us at the weekend.


 

 

19 Aug 2018 13:26:21
Random thought but just saw the video on LFC Facebook of Dirk Kuyt hat trick against manu. I really loved Kuyt, he worked his heart out every game and what he lacked for in ability he made up for in heart. Eds and posters, what did you think of him?

ManahawkinRed

1.) 19 Aug 2018 14:36:06
A very very average footballer.


2.) 19 Aug 2018 14:44:59
He was decent. But him being a regularly starter says a lot of the quality we had in our team at the time.


3.) 19 Aug 2018 15:06:11
Reminded me of Craig Johnston. Maybe not the greatest footballer ever, but his commitment and effort more than made up for that.


4.) 19 Aug 2018 15:07:04
Agree he wasn't the best but he always gave his all for the team.


5.) 19 Aug 2018 15:11:55
I would love to have a Prime Dirk Kuyt in our team now, he always popped up with goals. The man scored over 70 goals for us and was never really an out an out striker. He'd be perfect as cover for Firmino or any of the front 3, would be perfect for Klopp's system!


6.) 19 Aug 2018 15:33:14
In any team you need at least one player who just joins stuff up and keeps the team and the ball moving. KD did that for us the whole time. I’m sorry, but if you could t see that about his play then that’s your ignorance. He also had energy to burn and he used every ounce of it to help the team. He also happened to be a genuinely nice guy.


7.) 19 Aug 2018 16:00:04
Average is very very harsh. He was a decent player that tried really hard and deserves better than that.


8.) 19 Aug 2018 16:28:53
World class attitude was played on left wing and he was a striker.


9.) 19 Aug 2018 18:45:48
Hat Trick against Man Utd in the league.
Double Penalty against Everton in the league.
112th Minute Equaliser against Arsenal from the spot.
88th minute winner against Man Utd in the FA Cup.
Scored in the Champions League final against Milan.
Scored in the League Cup final against Cardiff.
Won the Semi Final Shootout against Chelsea with his penalty.

I love Dirk Kuyt. He was a brilliant player. Lovely person and always gave 100% excellent role model for younger players. It is an insult to call him Average, he was a brilliant player for us.

{Ed025's Note - lovely person and always gave 100% is correct, to say he was a brilliant player is way over the top imho mate..


10.) 19 Aug 2018 21:05:22
Skill wise, Kuyt was an average footballer. HOWEVER, he played in EVERY football final in the game (FA Cup, CL, WC, EFL) and to that, you have to credit the man. He was a warrior, courageous and played with commitment, determination and above all, bravery. Kuyt NEVER hid in games and was ALL about the team and if anyone deserved a hatrick (however way you can get it) vs Utd, it was him.

{Ed025's Note - i agree with all that brover..


11.) 19 Aug 2018 21:35:21
As I recall DK came to us as a decent striker. we turned him into an average winger. At the same time ronalso went to Man u as an average winger and they turned him into a fantastic striker. Says a lot for GH.


12.) 19 Aug 2018 22:43:47
There's a reason he's my banner (sigil? Little photo thing by my name) loved him not because he was a great player but because he gave everything for the club.


13.) 20 Aug 2018 00:40:01
I think you’ve got your timings wrong there Langland.

Rafa signed Kuyt, nothing to do with GH.


14.) 20 Aug 2018 09:10:34
The sort of player that every team with skillful stars needs to not be a pushover - he committed, fought, challenged and made everyone around him a better player by doing so. There is a reason he was still starting for the Netherlands even when they had to create spots for him, and he was still scoring in a decent league right up till the end (hattrick for Feyenoord in his final game to clinch the title aged 37). He might never have had the ability of his companions like Torres and Robben, but I don't think he was carried for a single game in his life.


15.) 20 Aug 2018 19:13:34
To the contrary, Hijkle. Kuyt carried others. Example? The hapless Aquilani.


 

 

23 Jul 2018 15:25:49
Really looking forward to the next 5 weeks of constant posts of us being linked to players. We aren't signing anymore apart from maybe some youth and I'm okay with that.

ManahawkinRed

1.) 23 Jul 2018 15:42:33
Yes manahawkinred. Keita is going to be sensational. I don't actually see where fekir would play. I'd rather two defence minded cms one great attacking mid than two attacking miss and one defensive minds. Considering the 3 attacking players up top.


2.) 23 Jul 2018 15:44:36
The transfer window closes in just over 2 weeks.


3.) 23 Jul 2018 16:11:37
We're an attacking team, so I don't want 2 of our midfielders to be holding players - Fabinho is more than enough for that role.


4.) 23 Jul 2018 16:43:27
It's a squad game. We are playing Marathon not sprint.


5.) 23 Jul 2018 18:02:36
Hey Kramer
Just because the window shuts doesn't mean that we won't be linked with other players.


6.) 23 Jul 2018 18:15:40
Spot on, Stg. One game at a time and go from there. What ever happens, stay clear-eyes and stick to the plan. s for the midfield, Naby in the 10 with Hendo ahead of Fab, would be tasty for me as well.


7.) 23 Jul 2018 21:11:02
I think first choice midfield is keita hendo and fab. That's got quite a defensive feel but with talent too.


8.) 24 Jul 2018 03:44:30
Robbie, I think that's what we need, and what we've seen from Keita he definitely isn't shy to burst into the open space when it's there for him or make some great runs forward to open up space. The defensive midfield will allow our front 3 focus on attack and pressuring the back 4. Should be fun to watch.


 

 

19 Jul 2018 21:15:51
Keita looks class in the friendlies. Sharp on the ball, relentless running, he's going to be fan favorite.

ManahawkinRed

1.) 19 Jul 2018 21:20:08
He's amazing mate, he'll be one of the best midfielders in the league.


2.) 19 Jul 2018 21:23:31
Very sharp tonight. Sturridge should have a hat trick 2nd half with 3 assists from Keita. Seems to have a brilliant knack of winning the ball back and makes it look effortless. Must add Curtis Jones who i really rate after watching him last season, doesn't look out of place in amongst 1st team players.


3.) 19 Jul 2018 21:56:20
Really impressed with him tonight. Think Curtis Jones has a bright future aswell.


 

 

17 Jul 2018 03:54:22
Question for the posters, would you displace Hendo from the team with who we've brought in and the assumption that a Coutinho like replacement is coming? (not Keita Ed002, you set me straight on that) . I'm a big hendo fan, think we play better and more passionate with him on the pitch. Curious to see what others think.

ManahawkinRed

1.) 17 Jul 2018 05:51:45
Not an easy one to answer. After a slow recovery from injury his form and leadership has been great. I saw this posted:

Of the 690 minutes England played at World Cup 2018, Jordan Henderson was on the pitch for 482 of them.
England didn't trail for a single second in that time. Of the 208 minutes Henderson wasn't playing, they were behind for 136 of them.
I know stats can be deceiving, just sayin.

Back to the question: It all depends who else comes in. I'm not sure I'd like to see a completely new midfield 3 start the season. How many times have we seen big overhauls of a starting 11 only to see them struggle for a while. I'd be tempted to go with Hendo, Keita and Fabinho, assuming the latter adjusts to our playing style early enough. It wouldn't surprise me to see Milner start and new players rotated for a while.


2.) 17 Jul 2018 06:55:26
I reckon it will be horses for courses especially in the first part of the season with a fair bit of rotation, couple of things i hope for is that Klopp chooses his best CB pairing and sticks with it and that with a stronger squad substitutions are made earlier in games and actually have a positive impact.


3.) 17 Jul 2018 07:17:49
If we want to avoid fatigue and injuries at the business end of the season, we need to play “the squad game”.
Regular rotation in outfield positions is key. 👍.


4.) 17 Jul 2018 08:03:41
Fitness permitting the regular starters will be Hendo, Keita, Fabinho, AOC and a new no.8. each of those will start around 60% of our games. Milner and Lallana, if they stay, will be back ups.


5.) 17 Jul 2018 09:08:46
Assuming we make some headway in some cup, and get out the group stages in the CL, we wil play over 5500 minutes of football. Everyone will play plenty.


6.) 17 Jul 2018 11:59:39
I guess we will have to see how form and injuries play out. We have suffered without Hendo previously, maybe now with Fabinho we can rest a little easier. Whilst Hendo isn’t as mobile as he once was, I would still love to see him making foward runs in his previous box to box role. Even when he doesn’t receive the ball it causes so much panic in oppos defence and creates for our forwards to wreck havoc. He is so aware of the players around him as well his little lay offs in foward areas are brilliant. Second only to Bobby and Lallana in our team at present (when Lallana on it anyway)


7.) 17 Jul 2018 14:48:26
I guess my question is, when you part your strongest team on the field for the big games, is Hendo a sure starter? He is for me. Agree with the rotation posts, especially for a midfield expected to do the amount of running Klopp requires.


8.) 18 Jul 2018 14:21:10
Against someone like Arsenal or Spurs who will come out and play? Yes he is vital. Against someone like United who will sit deep as they can manage and try and hit us on the break? He may well sit. Tactical options, I know we're not used to them but we have to start thinking of them.


 

 

 

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11 Jul 2018 03:46:57
I'm just enjoying watching us play honestly, not getting the trophies I've wanted but some of the best football I've seen us play in a long time. Typically disagree with ED002's opinions, but respect his knowledge and his ability to deal with constant abuse.

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11 Jan 2017 14:15:32
He's a better player than Suso. I think he suffers from a similar problem Lallana did, he just takes far too many touches.

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29 Dec 2016 02:10:43
I actually like him. think he's under utilized at Arsenal and provides a similar style like Mane.

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16 Aug 2016 14:04:18
Apparently the add-on clauses were completely unrealistic to the point that Liverpool would have a take a large loss on him. I don't have a problem with turning that offer down. He may not fit our style, but he did score 10 goals last year and was barely played when Klopp took over.

Eds, what do these add-on clauses typically consist of? Number of appearances? Number of goals? It's an interesting part of transfer fees.

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15 Aug 2016 02:09:57
Is this because of the drug test Ed? He was great last year prior to that debacle.

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13 Nov 2018 15:11:29
I remember being very excited when we signed him. He then went on to get sent off in the first game. Classic.

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08 Nov 2018 23:21:39
I'm all about being positive and I think we'll net out fine this season. BUT Walter makes a good point, if we don't win a trophy this year what happens to Kloppo? Considerable amount of time and considerable amount of money spent, I think we should expect nothing less than to win something this year and I would think FSG feel the same.

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01 Oct 2018 14:55:34
Couldn't agree more Woolback. Hendo's importance will grow as the season progresses, he'll get back to form and when Salah and co are producing at full tilt we need a player like him to break up play, keep the ball, and hit teams on the counter with his long balls. It's a long season, we shouldn't be judging a player who has given everything to this team on 4 starts and 4 substitute appearances.

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14 Sep 2018 14:56:46
Think I forget to mention, congrats!

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14 Sep 2018 14:56:31
Benny, curious to get a clearly qualified referees opinion on a couple of things. What do you think of VAR? What can be done with the simulation (neymar) problem in world football?

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