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25 Apr 2016 09:28:15
Echo is reporting that we're interested in Andre Schurle, always liked him as a player, quick, hard working, reasonably skilful, can play accross the front line and has a rocket of a shot on him.

Mr Dennis

{Ed002's Note - Another EPL side has been looking at Schurrle in recent weeks and has spoken with his agent.}

1.) 25 Apr 2016 11:56:46
He would complete City's new attacking trio in place of the great but aging and increasingly injured Silva so I hope it's not them! An underused player at Chelsea.

2.) 25 Apr 2016 12:14:57

3.) 25 Apr 2016 11:56:50
Is it confirmed which club that is out of interest ed002.

{Ed002's Note - Spurs.}

4.) 25 Apr 2016 13:04:06
So does this rule us out or have we showed a genuine interest in him? I've liked shurrle ever since Leverkusen and he was actually pretty good for Chelsea. I don't understand why Chelsea would get rid of de bruyne and shurrle.

{Ed002's Note - There are reasons both left Chelsea, in the case of Schurrle he had not been playing very well, a good offer was made and the club asked him if he wanted to go - the answer was "yes" as he thought it best for his career. Wolfsburg know of interest from Spurs - and that has been ramping up in recent weeks, and they know that prior Dortmund interest in replacing Reus with Schurrle has now gone. They don't know of interest from Liverpool.}

5.) 25 Apr 2016 14:04:29
i hope he does not come, he is over rated and when you see him play, he often loses the ball. let Spurs have him, he will only warm their bench.

6.) 26 Apr 2016 09:21:59
I think he would be a very good fit for a trio with coutinho and firmino. I'm starting to think it less likely we go for a wide forward however as I think it's looking more likely milner and lalanna will stay? This would again leave us overstocked unless ibe and ojo get loaned and markovic goes but I don't see that as too likely either though.
I would like us to go for someone like schurle if we do go for an attacking player, think we need someone direct with pace and power and of decent height that provides goals, someone in the bale or schurle mold.



18 Apr 2016 09:26:34
Papers are linking us to Theo Walcott again. I really hope that this is a rehash of an old link. can't see why we would waste money on someone who is so injury prone and has little in the way of end product when there are far more talented players around for the same money and less wages.

Mr Dennis

1.) 18 Apr 2016 10:11:22
Rather give Ojo and ibe a go.

2.) 18 Apr 2016 11:53:49
Agree 110%. Both have the potential to be far better than him.

3.) 18 Apr 2016 14:26:27
And they both seem to be less injury prone than Walcott at this moment in time. That can obviously change but still.

4.) 18 Apr 2016 16:54:32
To be fair being less injury prone than Walcott isn't difficult.

5.) 18 Apr 2016 21:55:10
We'll always be linked to him because he's a known Liverpool fan. He could have been a really good player without the injuries but we don't need more injury prone players.

6.) 19 Apr 2016 00:25:49
Recycled rubbish from three years ago. He's not good enough and we don't need him.



26 Mar 2016 19:13:36
Papers reporting that we're interested in Sczesny and Oxlade-Chamberlain. Really hope that this isn't true as they're both bang average and not any better than what we have already.

Mr Dennis

1.) 26 Mar 2016 20:37:06

2.) 26 Mar 2016 20:49:28
£40 million in the same report, I'd say it's rubbish.

But with fsg at the helm you never know.

3.) 27 Mar 2016 08:29:32
I'd hope it's just paper talk, I've never seen the fuss about Oxlade Chamberlain, poor final ball, runs about a lot to no end and thinks he's a centre midfielder, is nothing more than a quicker version of Milner and we've already got one of those thanks!
As for Sczesny, no thanks, he's having a decent season in a league where keepers have it easy, doesn't change the fact that he's not much better than Mignolet.

4.) 28 Mar 2016 01:31:44
They're both average and aren't better than what we already have so nothing else to see here.

5.) 28 Mar 2016 07:51:59
I think Szczesny is much better than Mignolet imo. don't want the ox though, always saw potential in him but injuries have stunted his main development years and it may be hard for him to fulfill his potential. Wenger still doesn't seem to know his position.

6.) 29 Mar 2016 08:07:50
Szczesny is better than Mings but if we're going out and spending money, then maybe we should aim for good, rather than just better than mings.



11 Jan 2015 20:48:12
Apparently Balotelli may be going on "loan" to Juventus with a view to a transfer in the summer. Sounds suspiciously like the Bert Water "deal". I would ask why always us?

Mr Dennis



09 Jan 2015 23:27:50
Anyone heard the rumour that Inter have made an offer for Lucas? I know the eds have said he is interested in moving, but if Rodgers sanctions this then we truly are done for as there is no one else in the squad who can do what he does. Gutted that he feels he has to leave because of BR.

Mr Dennis

{Ed002's Note - Why would this be a shock. I have explained over and over that it would be happening.}

1.) 10 Jan 2015 01:03:02
Probably should have thought of that before we started leaving him out of the squad, maybe then he wouldn't have wanted to leave?

2.) On reflection it's not really a shock, but it shows even more poor management by BR in letting go the only competent player in that position. Another one Brendaned.

3.) 10 Jan 2015 10:00:33
Its a shock as he helped change results around you'd like ti think we'd have the sense to keep him until the summer

4.) 10 Jan 2015 11:01:16
Hang on, many one here were slagging the lad off a few weeks ago. Typical this.

5.) 10 Jan 2015 11:46:03
Lucas should have been gone at least 3 years ago from Liverpool. Can will prove to be far better than him.
It was about time.

6.) 10 Jan 2015 15:26:40
in the last 6 weeks Liverpool remained unbeaten in 12 out of 13 matches in all competition. The only match we lost was against ManU when Joe Allen replaced Lucas. I am excited to see Joe Allen coming back when Lucas leaves.

7.) 10 Jan 2015 17:55:31
And you think this is because of Lucas? Funny stuff!

8.) 10 Jan 2015 19:57:03
Hello Pirate!
Look at the stats of the matches without Lucas. Only two wins. You do not have to score to win matches. Lucas' presence offers stability in the midfield. Today for instance he was pressing high and won some brilliant tackles which lead to counter attacks.

If Lucas was so poor 4 consecutive managers (Benitez, Roy, Kenny and BR) won't have made him their first choice CDM.

9.) 10 Jan 2015 23:03:28
I don't see Can as a replacement CDM. From what we've seen of him so far he has the same weaknesses as Stevie in that role. He doesn't read the game defensively and is too prone to wandering into an attacking position, plus he doesn't cover other players. He's far more effective box to box like he was today, sat alongside a CDM like Lucas. His energy would be wasted sat in front of the defence.




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07 Jun 2016 19:56:15
Just a question lads. If Coutinho were to leave, who would you replace him with? I'd quite like Calhanoglu, really clever player, bags of skill and a little pace, great range of passing, plus he can't have strike a dead ball and is deadly from 30+ yard.

Mr Dennis

1.) 07 Jun 2016 20:40:52

2.) 07 Jun 2016 21:01:40
Bearing in mind Coutinho plays on the left for us, I'd replace him with an out and out wide forward. N'Koudou would be my pick as he has bags of pace, completely two footed which makes him unpredictable, and for such a young player his composure and final ball is very good.

Coutinho is great but he is ultimately an attacking midfielder filling in out wide due to a severe lack of proper wide players.

I wouldn't sign a number 10 type player though because in Firmino we have a player who can play as a second striker but drop into the hole as and when it is required.

I'd leave Firmino as a second striker alongside Sturridge, leave Hendo and Can as a two man midfield, and then sign a right and left sided midfielder/ forward.

N'Koudou and El Ghazi would give us goals from out wide. If we had some actual pace going forward and players to provide genuine width, I think we will carry a massive threat going forward. Then we have Milner and Lallana as experienced options for the wider areas as El Ghazi in particular probably isn't ready for 90 mins a week in a top league.

When the opposition has the ball Firmino can drop deeper to help the midfield though. So I'm not sure I'd target a like for like Coutinho replacement.

3.) 07 Jun 2016 23:29:34
Agree with all three if you in certain respects.
Calhanoglou would bring a much needed threat from set-pieces, and looks to me like someone who could fit our system, I believe he often plays on the left wing MK?
Götze is and has been the dream for three and a half years, I believe my very first posts on this site asked about Götze, Diakité and Mam Sakho!
Yeah, MK, we want someone who won't look out of place or awkward on the left wing- particularly if Lallana is set to play the right wing role, as he doesn't offer huge width, although I rate him highly all the same.
Haven't watched enough of Calhanoglou in flesh to see what he's like on the left, but anyway what about Andre Schürrle as a shout from the left-field? Great goal scoring record, can press hard and naturally a left winger, even if he cuts in a lot.

4.) 08 Jun 2016 00:17:06
Calhanoglu is quite a plate and is lethal from set pieces.

5.) 08 Jun 2016 06:36:30
i know we would like to win cups, bt i don't think fielding plates would be the best idea.



04 Jun 2016 14:10:22
Hi eds, this is probably just Twitter nonsense, but there's rumours that Sturridge has put his house up for sale in anticipation of moving to a club in London (probably Arsenal? ) . Do you reckon it's BS?

Mr Dennis

{Ed002's Note - I am the wrong person to ask about houses for sale. I understand that houses in Liverpool will be much less expensive than the south. Try a local estate agent.}

1.) 04 Jun 2016 15:47:00
DS has been considering selling his Liverpool home for a while and I thought that he had already placed it on the market. I can see him going to Spurs if he leaves as Arsenal are looking at Jamie Vardy.

2.) 04 Jun 2016 20:37:12
Sturridge lives in a penthouse in town and funnily enough one of them in the building he lives in is up for sale.

Maybe he is sick of being bothered when he goes to Tesco or Saisburys though or maybe he's just bored of living there who knows?

Be a shame if he were to leave though, on his day he is unplayable and one of the best goalscorers in the country if not the best. If we sold him to somebody in the Prem it would definitely come back and bite us on the arse, probably end up staying fit for the next 5 seasons and go on to being an elite striker! Be gutted if he went!



02 May 2016 19:25:30
I see Yarmelenko has got himself in trouble kicking an opposing player. I hope, given Klopp's comments about not wanting trouble makers, that this would end our alleged interest.

Mr Dennis

1.) 02 May 2016 20:59:08
I can you if this player can get up to speed with the English game. He will be one hell of a signing for someone. He can score with his left or his right.

2.) 02 May 2016 20:59:08
I can you if this player can get up to speed with the English game. He will be one hell of a signing for someone. He can score with his left or his right.



18 Apr 2016 17:23:43
Banter post Eds. Seriously cannot believe that those airheads at UEFA decided to put the UEFA cup final at a stadium that only holds 35000. That is frankly a ridiculous decision, there is no way that is an appropriate venue for a top class final.

Mr Dennis

1.) 18 Apr 2016 17:40:15
It's the largest stadium in Switzerland and UEFA (rightfully in my oppinion) want these games to be player all over Europe. Seems a sensible decision.

2.) 18 Apr 2016 17:58:33
Have to agree 35000 is low for a European final.
I do get the point about it being played all over Europe though, maybe next year Liechtenstein will get to host the final in their largest stadium lol.

3.) 18 Apr 2016 19:05:16
It's an absolute disgrace! No wonder the competition has been branded a joke over the years.
Can they not change it, put it somewhere bigger?
Any final should be a big occasion, not being played on someone's back garden with 6 deck chairs.

4.) 18 Apr 2016 19:33:50
Heard it will be at Dagenham's ground next year.

{Ed002's Note - It is ironic seeing the Liverpool supporters bleat about a competition they repeatedly put down when the team were not in Europe. Why would they want somewhere larger with no Liverpool fans expected? Everyone has always said they have no interest in it whatsoever? The word "fickle" yet again springs to mind.}

5.) 18 Apr 2016 19:51:11
Playing all over Europe, fair enough, but the stadium should be big enough to house as many fans as possible. Football is about the fans, and the way allocation for these things work, the finalists will be lucky to get 15k each.

{Ed002's Note - The Liverpool fans have repeatedly made it clear they have no interest in the Europa League. And what percentage of the tickets allocated to Liverpool do you expect passed on to the fans?}

6.) 18 Apr 2016 20:00:09
Ya but only letting Liverpool have 9000 tickets is more stupid. I don't get why people slags of the Europe leage if u win it your in the champion league and u get a trophy.

{Ed002's Note - "Fickle" is the word you are struggling for.}

7.) 18 Apr 2016 20:18:15
Ed2 has a valid point on this guys how many of us were hoping we finish outwith the position to be jn the europa league now were in with a chance of winning it were all complaining about stadium sizes! let's at least get thru the semi first!

8.) 18 Apr 2016 20:30:39
Am I missing something? I didn't realise we were in the final already.

9.) 18 Apr 2016 20:48:32
Fickles aka plastics.

10.) 18 Apr 2016 21:10:36
Have to agree with Ed here. The fact some of the above posters don't see the irony of their statements makes them all the more sad but such is life. Besides, you're also forgetting the small matter of a 2 legged semi final against a very good Spanish team to navigate first.

11.) 18 Apr 2016 21:15:11
The old UEFA Cup knock-out format was fine, and is still fit for purpose.
Two-legged knock-out rounds and a two-legged final.
It's a cup competition and, with little financial reward directly on offer, there's no point to the group stages and then letting CL failures in.
By apeing the CL, it's bound to be seen as the poor relation.
Give it it's own identity back and a gravitas of its own.

12.) 18 Apr 2016 21:23:03
Far out I'd say. We couldn't care less about europa a few months ago. Just move on and look to the semi final first. Otherwise we'll be in a stadium of zero for the final.

13.) 18 Apr 2016 22:17:00
Plenty of Liverpool fans take Europa League seriously and plenty don't. Plenty of criticism on here when Rodgers didn't seem to be taking it seriously. Having said that if, and it's quite a big if, Liverpool get to the final am sure there will be more than 9000 present. Spanish teams have won this tournament 7 of the last 11 times.

14.) 18 Apr 2016 22:41:59
Firstly, though i'd naturally rather be in the Champions League, I've never not wished for the Europa League and am always disappointed when we go out.

However, it's worth noting that there has never been a CL place up for grabs before. The prize is totally different now so its not fickle to start paying attention this year even if fans have not cared about it before.

That being said, let's win the cup for winning a cup's sake! Would be a truly remarkable and unarguable achievement considering where we were earlier in the year. Not getting carried away yet though.

{Ed002's Note - Of course it is fickle.}

15.) 18 Apr 2016 22:47:09
I always wanted Liverpool to win trophies.

16.) 18 Apr 2016 23:38:18
Back on point, it is very small for a major cup final. Perhaps Ed002 could petition to have it held at "the bridge". It would be nice for them to have an atmosphere there for a change.

17.) 19 Apr 2016 01:00:00
Football is for the fans, it should be made as accessible as possible. Except if you're Swiss of course.

18.) 18 Apr 2016 23:14:09
How do the Chelsea fans feel about not quailfing for the Europa league ed? Gutted?

{Ed002's Note - I have no idea Hem.}

19.) 19 Apr 2016 07:22:51
As long as it is well organised and properly policed then I've no issue with the decision. I remember the debacle in Athens, no-one wants anything like that to happen.



18 Mar 2016 17:07:02
Flanno has a new contract! Get in there!

Mr Dennis

1.) 18 Mar 2016 20:06:01
A well deserved deal, gives other players hope that a bad injury does not have to spell the end, well done to the scouse cafu.

2.) 18 Mar 2016 21:28:59
Can't believe someone disagreed with you there kingkenny7!

3.) 18 Mar 2016 21:54:49
they have a disagree button so they feel the need to press it mr Dennis, probably disagree with this post.

4.) 19 Mar 2016 02:48:53
Haha there you go kk

In all seriousness, it does amaze me how many random trolls float around on this site clicking disagree.




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27 Mar 2017 20:47:40
If Brandt is the first choice I'd be quite happy. He's a talented lad who will only get better.

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26 Mar 2017 18:12:53
As a finisher Sturridge when he's fit and on form is as good.

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26 Mar 2017 16:21:15
I feel for Sturridge as he's as good as Aquero when he's fit (IMHO) and at his best and he's always conducted himself as a model pro, but the injuries have taken so much out of him that it's hard to argue against selling him and bringing someone else in.

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26 Mar 2017 11:48:13
I'd hope we get a lot more than £60m.

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25 Mar 2017 18:41:25
If he goes then as long as the club get as much as possible and buy of equal or better quality then that's as much as we can hope for.

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26 Mar 2017 17:47:04
Thing is though, if Coutinho does go, which is likely, we will need to replace him and I'd be disappointed if we ended up with an also ran like Oxlade or a one season wonder like Mahrez because neither of them are fit to lace little Phil's boots.

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26 Mar 2017 13:41:50
We'll probably end up with Oxlade-Chamberlain knowing our rotten luck and poor recruiting.

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25 Mar 2017 17:04:28
Awful injury. Shocking challenge too.

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22 Mar 2017 21:11:11
Rudiger looks rather lumpen to say the least.

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21 Mar 2017 17:49:37
Have to say that if we are going to splash money out on another keeper we should at least go for one who can dominate his area and be a significant upgrade on what we already have and neither Pickford or Ruffier are a significant upgrade.

Mr Dennis