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15 Feb 2018 16:36:17

Have we any interest in Salif Sane from Hannover. Been watching a bit more Bundesliga this year and he seems excellent. Currently has the third highest rating in the Bundesliga.

He’s a big strong Senegalese CB, wins lots of aerial battles and has 6 MOTM this season. Older than some we have been linked to but looks excellent.


{Ed001's Note - not heard of any interest from us in him.}



30 Jan 2018 08:59:37
So after two very poor performances will Klopp swing the axe and shake things up?
Karius has to come back, Gomez must replace TAA and either Klavan or Lovren for the inept Matip.
I read last night ome great posts on playing Hendo and Ox as the two, Mane and Salah on the wings which I think is a great shout. Can and Wini have had enough chances and if nothing else dropping them in a World Cup year might put a well deserved rocket up their backsides.
Another great shout on one of the pages was Ings up top who is a terrier and deserves a chance and a Firminho playing in a free role.
It’s Huddersfield next so we’re not expecting all out attack against us. Klopp needs to start shaking things up and showing players that abject performances will not be tolerated. A few games in the bench for Can and Wini might just change their attitudes, hopefully for the better.


1.) 30 Jan 2018 10:16:41
Dropping gini won't perk him up for the world cup as he's watching from his couch anyway. TAA I think would be worth playing tonight as he's better going forward than gomez. Is tonight a chance to play gomez CB with VVD? Klopps stated tactics were to blame against Swansea so expect a formation change, I doubt a 442 or 4411 but possibly 3 at the back or 4132. On the transfer front, no more in this window, shame we didn't challenge for PEA. I'm the summer, a gk, cdm and a striker to replace studge and probably ings departures.

2.) 30 Jan 2018 10:16:58
The problem is this. Bringing Henderson back in is probably sensible, now that he is over his latest injury, but then who if you drop both Can and Wijnaldum, it means almost certainly that James Milner will play in centre midfield and he is a liability at the best of times in that position.

3.) 30 Jan 2018 10:19:13
I'd go Klavan, solid, unspectacular and until he was dropped, had cut out making silly mistakes. Never thought I would say that but there you go.

4.) 30 Jan 2018 10:33:57
Mr Dennis. reread the original post. he clearly states both hendo and the Ox in midfield to replace Gini and can and a switch to 442 risk formation. Milner wouldn't need to start

5.) 30 Jan 2018 11:08:47
Klopp isn't going to go 442, he isn't Roy Hodgson.

{Ed001's Note - he has gone 4-4-2 quite a few times.}

6.) 30 Jan 2018 11:13:27
Shake things up?!

With what?!

Have you seen our bench?

7.) 30 Jan 2018 11:52:26
Mr Dennis, as ED001 has alluded to Klopp has already tried this formation a few times this season, and with Keita arriving in the summer you should expect it to happen more often! 442 isn't a bad way of setting up a modern team, ask athletico Madrid and Leicester city. rather than assuming only a dinasuar like Roy Hodson would use it 😉.

8.) 30 Jan 2018 13:01:39
Formations don't win matches . Players do.
Good players
Clever players
Hungry players
Find a way to win
Do we have them?
Not sure.

9.) 30 Jan 2018 13:03:46
The difference is this, the title winning Leicester side had and current Atletico side have the players to be able sit back and soak up pressure when needed as both played on the counter and soaked up pressure, we lack any players that have that ability. Not one of our midfielders are at the level of Kante (who was so good that the team felt like it was having two players instead of one and he even made Drinkwater look like a footballer) or Niguez and Koke. Not one of our midfielders are as good as those players or ever will be, name me one midfielder that we have that even comes close? It is like entering an Austin Maestro into a grand prix and hoping to win.

{Ed001's Note - would it be the MG version of the Maestro though?}

10.) 30 Jan 2018 14:56:22
Shake things up in Kevin Murphy's box of rice (musical instrument) obviously mate :)

11.) 30 Jan 2018 15:25:37
For me the 4-3-3 is the best formation for us.

The issue for me is the lack of creativity and protection offered from our midfield 3. Hendo on his day can offer both of these things but since his string of injuries has failed to show his true ability.

Coutinho obviously offered the creativity to feed clever balls to the front 3 in tight spaces. This has been our main issue in the last 2 games against teams who are happy to sit and defend. We have had a huge percentage of the possession but it has all been slow and sideways.

In terms of protection I can't remember the last time that we had a quality DM who would sit there and help out the defence. Can and Wijnaldum have both had a go without much success. I don't know the number of goals that have resulted from Can giving the ball away in bad positions but from memory there have been several.

Keita will be a huge bonus when he joins but for me we will still need a 3rd quality central midfielder to play alongside Hendo (if he can prove himself fit and refind his form) and Keita.

If we can get in a top quality CM and a top quality GK for next season I would be a happy man.

12.) 30 Jan 2018 15:33:17
Hahaha Ed001 my mate had an mg maestro turbo not so long ago, was a bit of a state though.

{Ed001's Note - had it won any grands prix?}

13.) 30 Jan 2018 16:52:42
I think you’re spelling prix wrong Ed001.

{Ed001's Note - ah could be mate.}

14.) 30 Jan 2018 18:26:04
I think against the teams who sit deep and we struggle to break down I would like to see him swap Salah and Mane on the wings (I know they're preferred is to cut in) but having them on the wing and they're favoured foot on the outside will stop having them need to cut in where its always jam packed, I think this would solve a load of problems breaking these teams down - what's everyones thoughts.

15.) 30 Jan 2018 20:43:48
Cialb - I like how you are trying to think outside the box. Personally I think that would leave Firmino isolated in the middle and would also clog up the space our fullbacks would be running into. I suppose the fullbacks could move centrally in attack much like Lahm did at Bayern but Im not sure we have the players for that. TAA maybe but our left side I doubt.

16.) 31 Jan 2018 07:46:44
No Ed001 it didn’t win any Grand Prix, although it may have stood a chance after After god had spent years corroding the body away in an attempt to make it lighter and more competitive on the track.

{Ed001's Note - they were obviously designed for racing lightness being so easily corroded. I think the design team must have used rust to get round homologation issues and road legality.}



12 Nov 2017 10:49:19
Papers now claiming Can heading to City in the summer.


1.) 12 Nov 2017 11:51:56
'papers' says it all mate.

2.) 12 Nov 2017 12:02:27
And Sky Sports as well.

3.) 12 Nov 2017 13:39:11
Please Pep.
take him now.


4.) 12 Nov 2017 16:39:24
Then he should be dropped to the reserves for the rest of the season as his heart isn’t in it.

5.) 12 Nov 2017 17:27:19
Good shout Mr Dennis, can’t wait for Naby to join next season after a year in Liepzig’s reserves.

6.) 12 Nov 2017 20:05:21
I thought players can't agree anything pre contract wise from the same league or country.

7.) 12 Nov 2017 21:07:33
let him go nobody bigger than the club.

8.) 12 Nov 2017 21:40:22
As far as I’m concerned Can has made a decision that he doesn’t see his future at Liverpool. He sees it at Man City, which is fine. But since he has been a liability at times this season, his place would be better taken by Grujic who will be here next season. Can should be a bench warmer at best.

9.) 12 Nov 2017 22:11:29
I can't see him going to city, if he's worried about a long term starting spot then they would be a disaster for him. I can't see anything other than a free transfer to Juve in the summer.

10.) 13 Nov 2017 00:54:04
Amazing how people just believe whatever the papers say and launch into a player without any confirmation, even though these reports constantly get shown as rubbish.

11.) 13 Nov 2017 12:17:08
Hahaha he won't start at Man City. Gundogan doesn't start and only makes the old cameo how the hell will Can see the field behind him, Fernandinho, Yaya even!

{Ed002's Note - Gundogan ruptured his Cruciate Ligament keeping him pout for 9 months.}

12.) 13 Nov 2017 13:40:02
Damn fair enough Ed! I'd just rather see Can move abroad.

{Ed002's Note - Once he has left Liverpool it should be unimportant to you.}

13.) 13 Nov 2017 14:06:00
Tell that to Chelsea fans re Nemanja Matić.

14.) 13 Nov 2017 14:06:46
Of course.

15.) 13 Nov 2017 22:57:08
If Can's "heart isn't in it" he certainly has a funny way of showing that when he puts the shirt on. maybe he should take a lesson from Coutinho about how to perform when your heart isn't in it.

16.) 14 Nov 2017 12:35:16
Faithinworks that is why I don’t get the abuse. He is still putting in a shift, might not always be a good one but by all accounts the situation is one of he wants to be playing and the recruitment policy suggests to him that he won’t be a regular next season. Nowhere near the situation of Coutinho s amazing success in ruining his standing with the fans.



25 Oct 2017 20:52:07
Ed001, do think Klopp will actually make big changes in defense and in goal at weekend as is being discussed in the papers? Or have you heard any whispers that he’s willing to try other options?


{Ed001's Note - I expect him to, he was furious at the weekend. The only worry is that he might calm down and pull back from making those big changes once he has had time to think about it. Certainly his initial plan was to change things, however I wouldn't hold my breath as people often change their mind. I remember one club owner said straight after a match that he was going to sack the manager in the morning. He calmed down over night and changed his mind, leaving me looking an arse as I said the manager would be gone the next day.}

1.) 25 Oct 2017 22:04:33
Yes sometimes a cooling down period is not a good idea.

2.) 26 Oct 2017 06:21:52
I'm a big fan of Klopp and his personality is infectious but I agree that he is not beyond crtitcism and I think this weekends selection could be the making or breaking of him. If he makes the decisions everyone knows are correct and we don't get the result then it's going to go down a lot better with fans than if he allows the continued errors of his ways cloud his judgement with formation, team selection and the way we play.

3.) 26 Oct 2017 15:06:48
Surely the result is more important than the team selection, no one will care about the team selected if we win 5-0, regardless of who plays. However if he picks the same team and we don’t get a result then questions will be asked.

4.) 26 Oct 2017 16:16:47
It really is time for Klopp to decide who remains in employment by Liverpool - himself or Mignolet and Lovren. If he keeps picking them then he will get the sack and any new manager will probably get rid of them anyway. Loyalty does not exist in football.

5.) 27 Oct 2017 23:07:58
Klopp came out today and said Mignolet starts tomorrow. I can't get my head around it at all.



23 Oct 2017 04:25:06
So does anyone actually know why Klopp persists with Migs? Are Ward and Karius so bad in training or what is the reason?

This is a 100% genuine question, Ed01 have you heard anything mate?


{Ed001's Note - I honestly do not know the answer to this, it surprises me as everything that I have heard says that he wants to sell him. Ward and Karius were meant to be fighting it out for the no 1 spot. I know both of them are unhappy and have spoken to Klopp about that, but there is nothing else that is stopping them getting the jersey. Both have impressed in training from what I have been told. This is one thing I just do not understand. It is confusing to say the least. Klopp surely can't think the fans will just jump on either's back after 2 games like they did last season and call for Mignolet's return now can he? Mind the knee jerk reactionary tools who did that last season have such short memories, they will no doubt be dragging out nonsense like 'Migs is a good shotstopper' the minute either keeper doesn't make an impossible save!}

1.) 23 Oct 2017 08:47:52
He has too give ward a proper chance mignolet has proved he is a flapper and not up too it, we already have let our best defender leave in sakho, for all we know ward could b a quality keeper for us we don't want him leaving as well.

2.) 23 Oct 2017 10:20:54
The problem is Mignolet is so bad in every aspect of goalkeeping so i don't see what he can possibly see in him.
Klopp persisted with a very average GK in Dortmund for many years as well in Weindefeller who i though was not a good Goalkeeper, its worrying and if Karius or Ward doesn't start vs Huddersfield then i think Klopp has lost the plot. Mignolet should have been dropped for ever after the horrible game he had vs Leicester despite us winning after he saved a penalty he himself gave away with ridiculous goalkeeping. Starting Mignolet or Lovren anytime soon will just tell the rest of the squad it doesn't matter what they do because the favorites will always be picked.

3.) 23 Oct 2017 10:23:46
Your not telling me Ward wouldn't be up for it against Huddersfield, perfect game for him to start, he should be given the chance now until the end of the season then it can be decided who is to go, Gomez looked like the senior cb yesterday too and Matip looked lost as usual, he should stay there too, it was good to finally see Klopp coming out and saying things against his defenders, lacking a leader and organisation, January will be a big month.

4.) 24 Oct 2017 13:26:34
Like I said before (just my opinion), I think the problem stems from within the club. How can two totally different managers (BR) make the exact same mistakes? Does that not strike anyone as odd?

5.) 25 Oct 2017 07:13:50
Migs has had his chance.
Give karius a run of games not 1 here and there. If after 6 games or so there is no improvement throw ward in there for a spell. Simple.




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16 Mar 2018 14:17:21
We were going to have to beat big teams at some stage if we wanted to win the CL. We did great early on Against them at Anfield but fell to pieces at the end a little but with VVD now hopefully that won’t happen again. We were down to 10 men at their place so Can’t really look to much into that game.
They are dodgy at the back just like us, they are excellent up front just like us.
It’s down to the 3 in midfield to put in a couple of great performances and not the headless chicken running around carry on we’ve seen a bit recently. Well Klopp and the team know everything possible about Man City so no surprises, no extra scouting needed, just man up and give it everything and hopefully we have enough to win the tie but if we do leave let’s go out with pride giving them the best matches possible and not out with a whimper like against a Man Utd.
If a player can’t get up for these matches and give it everything then he shouldn’t be at Liverpool FC.


1.) 16 Mar 2018 17:41:55
We're going to smash them! Who the hell are Man City.
We are European Royalty. Anfield will frighten the life outa them again.

2.) 16 Mar 2018 18:36:30
I feel cheated. Say we go out to city, we have gone all the way to the quarter finals and the only decent European teams we have played are porto and seville (who sound more europa league that champions league) I was looking forward to the real Madrid and juventus of the world coming to anfield.

On the plus side, we know we can beat City, we only have a 30 mile bus ride and we know the team more than we know bayern Munich Barcelona etc.

3.) 16 Mar 2018 21:15:58
SS, if we go out to City then so be it. That's footie and life goes on. What I will not allow is for us to not give all we've got in both games. That will not be acceptable, IMO. In games like these, you as the underdog, MUST give it all you've got cos what you don't want when you lose is to start thinking of what might have been. You may still get your wish of Juve, Real or Bayern coming to Anfield so that is where the focus should be, IMO.

4.) 16 Mar 2018 23:07:02
Yeah fair play BRover, let's hope so eh.



11 Mar 2018 13:29:46
Ed01, looking forward to your match review, I’m sure it’s going to make very interesting reading.


{Ed001's Note - not so sure about that! Depressing maybe....}

1.) 11 Mar 2018 13:39:04
Agreed, but maybe with a lot more talking points than the usual front 3 were excellent again lol.

{Ed001's Note - good point, it will certainly not be including those words!}



10 Mar 2018 08:54:39
If we get the win today we should make second looking at the fixture list for top 4 teams till end of season.


1.) 10 Mar 2018 09:53:46
To me Mcoveb finishing second only allows us to boast that we have finished above UTD. Which in fairness isn't exactly anything to write home about. Top 4 is a must so I would take finishing 4th and a trophy over 2nd personally. Only trophy we are left in is the CL so that would do nicely. This season has been fantastic but until we start winning things the seasons are work in progress.

2.) 10 Mar 2018 10:55:00
Higher league place means higher money from TV deal so higher the better for me.

3.) 10 Mar 2018 21:59:55
Really makes no diff. to me.



02 Mar 2018 14:28:38
Ed01, read some great replies by you regarding Rednapp below and his waste of talent.
With that in mind who, in your opinion, where the greatest wastes of talent for Liverpool during the Premier League years and secondly in all PL teams during the Premier League time frame.
Also love other fans opinions,


{Ed001's Note - christ that is a lot of players I could list, if I had the time. This is why I am going to stop doing match previews after this season, they take up so much time I don't really have any time to answer these kind of things. I will, if you don't mind, save it to do an article on later.}

1.) 02 Mar 2018 14:46:40
Stan Collymore for me, played only 250 league games across his entire career, three caps for England, obnoxious person and incredible waste of talent.

2.) 02 Mar 2018 15:00:00
Worst for me, and through no fault of his own, was Fabio Aurelio. I think he could've been world class if he could've stayed fit for longer than 45 minutes. Such a waste.

3.) 02 Mar 2018 15:00:36
And he’s a right prick who takes every opportunity to slag us off. 🤣.

4.) 02 Mar 2018 15:02:04
I completely understand Ed it's just such a fascinating topic when you think of players who had the world at their feet but couldn't be bothered to strive for greatness. As kids we all dreamed of those opportunities so it's mind boggling so many never tried when given the chance. A future article would be great.

{Ed001's Note - cheers mate I will try and get round to it as quickly as possible. It is a very good topic mate.}

5.) 02 Mar 2018 15:05:09
That'd be a great article Ed1, when you get time of course.

{Ed001's Note - hopefully sooner than normal.}

6.) 02 Mar 2018 15:16:20
a vile excuse of a human being who should not have a platform to slag anyone off.

7.) 02 Mar 2018 15:22:36
Obviously not poor Fabio😉.

8.) 02 Mar 2018 15:46:55
Liverpool I always expected more from Harry Kewell, M Owen obviously aswell.

But many a player has failed himself over the years,

Freddy Adu
Peter Knowles
Gigi Meroni

Many many more.

9.) 02 Mar 2018 15:57:46
Ronaldihno could've been so much more JC23 but he was still fantastic, shame his head wasn't in it.

10.) 02 Mar 2018 16:00:24
I’m sorry JC but how is Ronaldinho in your list.

11.) 02 Mar 2018 16:09:36
Because Ronaldinho could have achieved so much more than he did.

12.) 02 Mar 2018 16:20:39
Aqualani. Top of the turd pile with Stan.

13.) 02 Mar 2018 16:24:19
Fabio didn’t waste his talent, his body failed him.

14.) 02 Mar 2018 16:36:26
Harry Kewell.

15.) 02 Mar 2018 17:40:52
Harry Kewell is a good shout. Micheal Owen is much hated here I know but if he had been looked after the way players are today I think he would be ahead of Rooney as top England goal scorer.

Robbie Fowler of course, could have been the countries greatest.

And we have all seen touches of Danny sturridges class, Imagine how good he could have become.

16.) 02 Mar 2018 17:48:59
Didn't Adriano battle with depression?

17.) 02 Mar 2018 17:53:28
From players that i have seen and can judge, as with fowler and owen i was far too young to judge them properly; it has to be sturridge.

I don't think people actually credit sturridge enough for the ability he showed before his legs went. He was world class for his first 18 months with us, not long enough to be remembered that fondly by the rest of the world, but to us he was incredible for that short period of time.

Dribbling, pace, touch, his wand of a left foot. Had a great ability to get on the end of things back then as well. He could drop wide or a bit deeper and be very competent with the ball in these areas. He was so much more than the pace merchant some people make him out to be. For those 18 months he was playing better than most centre forwards in the world, certainly had more to him than players like higuain, cavani or benzema. What happened to him was tragic.

18.) 02 Mar 2018 17:55:01
Aurelio because he just wasnt fit for long enough.

Aqualani because he cost so much money back then.

19.) 02 Mar 2018 18:50:01
I could potentially be happy to take over preview articles from next season for you Ed001.

I work for Opta (I know you hate stats, don’t worry I won’t go overboard on them - and I definitely won’t use any meaningless ones) and as part of that I write previews for matches anyway so I could do it for this site!

I’d love to contribute in some way if it takes some pressure off you (and if you and others would be ok with it) then I’d be honoured to help out! You and the other Ed’s do amazing work on here so it’d be nice to help a little.

Let me know what you think mate!

{Ed001's Note - that would be fantastic mate, please do. They take up the whole of my Friday otherwise and it is when all my friends are off here, so I never get to spend any quality time with them. Losing my best mate recently has made me rethink my priorities in life!}

20.) 02 Mar 2018 19:21:21
Talking about injuries and having a short career what are people's opinions on Jim beglin? I remember watching sportsnight (showing my age! ) when I seen him getting injured. Think it was a Derby. From what I remember he looked good.

21.) 02 Mar 2018 19:29:35
Fernando Morientes sticks out for me, I remember being a kid and being so excited when he signed.
Andy Carrol could be so much more as well. He’s got all the attributes to be a 20 goal a season striker in the right system but for his attitude and lack of effort and subsequently his injury problems.
Dani Pacheco always looked to have a bright future but I think he had attitude problems.
And surprisingly I don’t think anyone has mentioned Ballotelli.

22.) 02 Mar 2018 19:26:34
Well all the more reason for me to help out then Ed if it helps you get more time with your friends! It’s a deal, I’ll do it from next season.

If there’s anything you’d like me to include or any particular style you’d like me to write to, just let me know. I can throw in a few Opta pre-match style tidbits in their too so hopefully I can make it interesting for people on here!

I can provide my contact details if you want? I do give my email every time I make a post so Im happy to provide contact info!

{Ed001's Note - anything you want to do is fine, it is what the reader's want to read that matters, rather than what I think. If you do want to send your contact details through the contact form that would be great and make it a bit easier to discuss it.}

23.) 02 Mar 2018 19:52:59
Ronaldinho. cop on mate. he was world player of the yr twice. world cup winner. CL winner. multiple league winner. the man was a genuis and all round nice guy. he derseves to be remembered as a great and not on the same list as Freddy Adu amd Harry Kewell.

24.) 02 Mar 2018 19:55:40
Ronaldinho could've achieved more but you could hardly say he wasted his talent I mean he was the best player on the planet for a couple of years, won world cups and champions leagues - if that's wasting talent then there is no hope for any of us!

I do agree he could've been even better, and had much more longevity, if he had a more professional attitude but I think that swagger, that easy-going attitude was part of his play and, at his peak, what also made him great. Romario was similar, he hated training yet was an absolute monster - could he have achieved more? Definitely. Did he achieve a hell of a lot anyway? Absolutely.

I think Adriano is an excellent shout for biggest waste of talent though, he was a player who had literally everything to his game: strength, power, pace, skill, bullet shot, excellent finisher, truly exceptional but fell completely off the rails. It's quite a sad story really he was very close to his father and, when his father passed away, he struggled to deal with it and turned to drink which in turn lead him to become an alcoholic. I hope he has found the help he needs but, from what I gather, he's still in the midst of addiction. A great shame.

25.) 02 Mar 2018 20:41:17
Very good of you Reid the Red mate.

26.) 02 Mar 2018 21:08:22
Spot on, Seano. Ronaldinho was a football genius and the fact that he achieved SO much w/ o fully fulfilling his IMMENSE potential should tell people all they need to know about his immense talent. Messi has peaked and IMO, STILL not at Ronnie's level. Go Figure.

As for Adriano, he was a tragedy. A true beast of a player, heir apparent to the legendary CF Ronaldo (The kid had ALL the tools required to adequately replace him in the Selecao) BUT alas, his career was wasted cos he could simply NOT get over his father's death so he turned to alcohol and that was the end for him. What a pity. I pray he finds peace in his life cos the last I checked, he was hanging out w/ the gangsters in the Favelas, brandishing guns and making gang signs. Sigh!

27.) 02 Mar 2018 21:10:02
How about El Hadji Diouf? We signed him as an outstanding youngster at the World Cup but he turned out to be a pathetic little person.

28.) 02 Mar 2018 21:16:16
Really looking forward to reading your previews Reid!

29.) 02 Mar 2018 21:26:48
That sounds a top idea Reid, I look forward to reading them next season.

30.) 02 Mar 2018 21:28:17
Ryan Babel for me. I remember thinking he was going to be one of the best and he showed flashes of brilliance. I think he spends more time djing than playing football nowadays.

31.) 02 Mar 2018 23:43:39
Shame Marcus Babel's body caved in on him he had some disease that weakened him he was a brilliant right back an before us with Bayern Munich an Germany we got one good season out of him an he scored a belter against Everton at goodison park that's what I remember him by.

32.) 03 Mar 2018 00:55:12
Got to say, I've been on this site for years, but the way it's evolving is great to see, carras loan updates, reids offer of pre match analysis, MK's pod cast (baby permitting), you've got a lot to be proud of Ed's 001.


{Ed001's Note - cheers mate, it has gone so far beyond my wildest imaginings now.}

33.) 03 Mar 2018 01:44:09
And the header that eon us the euros league! Marcus babbel. Ryan babel was class too, what happened to him?

{Ed001's Note - he is in Turkey now.}

34.) 03 Mar 2018 07:29:48
Definitley agree with MK. Aurelio could have been amazing for us!

35.) 03 Mar 2018 08:34:57
alexis sanchez he signed for arsenal for the best years of his career lol.

36.) 03 Mar 2018 10:10:46
Begging had a lot of potential Roller, it was a derby match where he had a horrible leg break. I remember it quite well, a 50-50 challenge with Gary Stevens?
He was shaping up to be a decent left back, still made mistakes with positioning but he was still relatively inexperienced.

Wasted potential? Tiago Ilori 😇.

37.) 03 Mar 2018 11:16:17
Andy Carrol broke my heart. Total waste of talent, didn't he show up for training drunk?

38.) 03 Mar 2018 17:14:23
Unfortunately injuries and such are what makes players greats or not.

Ronaldo and Messi have both been blessed with incredible talent but also fabulous genetics. Imagine any of the greats getting there injury luck.

Torres for starters. Gerrard. Kewell. Aurelio. STURRIDGE.

They were all world class on there day but Gerrard got a little luckier but he lost his pace around 30 where someone like Ronaldo is still going strong. Torres was done at 27, stirring at 25.

Then there is the mental edge. Messi and Ronaldo both have the right mentality and again if other players had of say had the harry Kane mentality where would they be. Ballotelli for example. Ronaldinho.

There's so much more the skill involved in becoming a trully great. Discipline and luck are equally if not more important.



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MK, maybe Salahs on the move again.




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Plus he's very young so could developer into an awesome or even world class player.




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Are there actually any players left who we haven’t been interested in yet?




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10 Dec 2017 13:36:31
Really what does Klopp see in Milner, can a Milner fan please reply and explain to me what I really can’t see. Just curious as just running around a lot shouldn’t get you a starting place.




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29 Nov 2017 22:26:30
Faithinworks, you really are a great Liverpool supporter. I’ve watched you bitch on good stuff and lash out on bad stuff . Mate, you are the worst.





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15 Mar 2018 22:41:00
And VVDs new CB partner also scored, excellent. Two scoring CBs for next season.




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11 Mar 2018 17:58:31
How many times did we actually threaten De Gea? How many saves did he have to make? How many clear chances did we have?
We gave them nothing to worry about, they had our front 3 in their pockets for the entire match, our goal was an own goal.
They scored two easy goals then sat back and let us pass in front of them with no actual attacking threat for the rest of the game. Easy game for a Utd.




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11 Mar 2018 15:29:32
Mikey, leave off on the kids bit, he’s 19 years old not 13, he’s a professional footballer getting paid vast sums of money. He had a bad day let’s leave it at that and stop the kid nonsense.




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11 Mar 2018 13:42:36
MK, maybe it’s not the defeat, maybe it’s the manner of the defeat that has annoyed people. Maybe the fans expected all our players to put in a proper shift and that’s why people are annoyed.




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11 Mar 2018 13:39:04
Agreed, but maybe with a lot more talking points than the usual front 3 were excellent again lol.


{Ed001's Note - good point, it will certainly not be including those words!}