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12 Mar 2018 13:03:06
Just wanted to ask ed002 a question if possible, you have said liverpool will try to resist selling Salah to Real Madrid this summer, right? If a team is trying to resist a sale of a player do teams usually still put a price on that player?

It seems Salah's agent has told Madrid Liverpool will look for 160-180 million € for Salah to sell them Salah! Is that a price that Liverpool have actually quoted anyone? or is it just his agent guessing what Liverpool will look for, sorry for asking.


{Ed002's Note - Typically clubs would not put a price on a player they wish to keep. It was of course Salah that initiated the dialogue with Real Madrid but I am not aware of what his agent has discussed in terms of money with them.}

1.) 12 Mar 2018 14:56:19
Thank you so much for your response. Wouldn't know what do without your insight!

2.) 12 Mar 2018 20:14:43
Nostradmus can't you see the future? You should be telling edds what's going to happen.

3.) 12 Mar 2018 20:20:49
" It seems salahs agent has told Madrid a figure" where in god's name has this come from? Talk sport? The S@n? Other really reliable sources no doubt?

4.) 12 Mar 2018 20:52:25
I honestly don't read any of the rags, just some info i got from Egypt that's all.

5.) 12 Mar 2018 21:08:06
If he wants too leave for Madrid go! as no one player bigger than the club and football is a business these days an if a player is instigating too leave after one season he is not worth a carrot and we get the big money move on, our team should not be seen as carried by one player we have had them accusations for many years with the likes of Owen, Gerard, Suarez, now all the focus is on Salah an it seems if he is kept quiet by opposition on the field we struggle too win, we need a team of players all pulling together for the same course winning, not individuals using us as a platform.

6.) 13 Mar 2018 08:40:56
You are right hailstones, the problem this represents is every player who signs and has a similar impact (if that is even possible) will be a lot harder to keep, selling a super star after one season only kind of proves we are nothing but a stepping stone club, 'just pay the asking price and any player is yours' type of mentality will never bring any kind of success at least not the sustainable type.

Most players want to play at the highest level and make the biggest money while winning the biggest trophies. I just wish we take a different approach when signing players other than ''fulfilling the players dream moves''

If he is not for sale, then clubs asking about him should be told he is not for sale under any circumstances. Not 'he is not for sale, but he will cost you at least 160 million'

7.) 13 Mar 2018 10:05:37
Being a stepping stone for Real Madrid and Barcelona is pretty much the status quo for all other clubs isn't it?

8.) 13 Mar 2018 11:56:58
Except for Real Madrid and Barcelona.

9.) 13 Mar 2018 14:52:09
Hailstones that’s 100% wrong approach IMO. I agree that no player is bigger than the club, but if he really is considering going then surely we should be doing everything we can go convince him to stay and to commit to the project we’re building. We’re way to quick to dismiss players and supporters saying ‘we’ll leave then’, we should be holding out to keep them as much as possible without holding hostage.

10.) 13 Mar 2018 15:26:23
No No No if we sell again we have no hope of winning the premier league any time soon. We have to build not dismantle again. We have to show we are not a selling club. We have 6 or 7 top players and some decent youngsters we need to build a team around them.

Let us at least try 100% next season, get Keita in add a few and have a right go.

11.) 13 Mar 2018 16:01:28
Sg red, mate do u not understand if a player is instigating too leave our club that is a rotten apple amongst the good ones, when a player wants too leave ultimately they leave an good riddance don't let door smack u in back of the head on way out, we are fighting too get back too top again, we cannot do that with self centered players who don't respect and care for the badge on our shirt.

12.) 14 Mar 2018 00:59:40
You think Salah is a rotten apple then? He may potentially have asked the question of Real what their plans are but no-one on this site has any idea what his plans are. We’re a long way off the point where he should be considered a rotten apple, yet already people are saying he should leave.

Mate that’s like me looking at a beautiful girl walking by and my wife divorcing me. some perspective is required and we should be fighting to keep our best players until the moment they genuinely become a liability.

{Ed0333's Note - bravo and kudos to SGRed. I wish we had more rotten apples like Salah

13.) 14 Mar 2018 09:48:10
You must be a nightmare to work with Hailstones. I've worked for a lot of companies so far where I have wanted to leave before I actually left. Doesn't mean I started causing problems, I worked hard for every one of them right up until the moment I left. Why would most players become a bad apple as soon as they have post-LFC plans? Sure some might, but it's hardly a universal position!

14.) 15 Mar 2018 07:40:27
2 names Suarez and coutihno after there theatrics in wanting too leave and what lengths they went too I think the worst as soon as I read on this very site from the ed 02 Salah an his agent are flirting with Madrid, is that honestly healthy?



21 Feb 2018 17:08:12
Turkish media says we are keeping tabs on Anderson Talisca, any truth ed002? Thanks.


{Ed002's Note - I am not aware over any interest being shown.}

1.) 22 Feb 2018 10:15:00
What's up with the disagrees? Absolutely hilarious.

Thanks a lot for the response ed002.




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1.) 05 Mar 2018 19:58:20
Hahaha brilliant!



27 Feb 2018 11:57:46
Liverpool have now played 20 games with and 20 games without Coutinho this season.

With: W8 D10 L2 1.70 points per game
Without: W15 D2 L3 2.35 points per game

Doesn't prove a thing, but there's quite a difference. For me it's quite clear, Coutinho only contributed offensively this season, strolling through many games defensively. Firmino also plays more for the team without Coutinho. Mane and Salah has stepped up as well. Kudos to Klopp for having the cahonas to go vs the public view that our season would be ruined without him.


1.) 27 Feb 2018 12:40:56
You can’t really equate the result to a points average.
We haven’t played 40 games in the league. Some of those games were cup matches.

2.) 27 Feb 2018 12:47:10
Although as you say it doesn’t prove anything, it does seem to show that as good as he is, we haven’t really missed him. Just hoping we spend the money wisely!

3.) 27 Feb 2018 13:15:49
Those are interesting figures and, I must admit, I may have underestimated the team's ability to cope without Coutinho.
Having said that, we still have to go away to Man Utd, Everton and Chelsea and I would have definitely fancied us bringing results (and maybe 2 x wins) out of those games if Coutinho had still been here.
As it is, I just don't know now. It could go well but it could not.
I suppose the season's end is the time to revisit this matter.

Very happy with VVD for what it's worth - well, £75m plus but he looks quality.
A good Coutinho replacement would have virtually guaranteed top 4 and CL semi finals?

4.) 27 Feb 2018 13:44:52
Is that why we are actively looking to revamp the whole midfiled and especially his position 😁😁. He also scored 7 goals and had 8 assists which is only matched by KDB. It would be foolish to say we are better of without him!

5.) 27 Feb 2018 14:00:26
Forget how good we were or weren't with him. Coutinho left in January and we are top of the 2018 table with 22 points from 9. Spurs second with 21 from 9. City 3rd with 17 from 8 games. United 4th with 17 from 9 games.

Whether we are better with or without him statistically doesn't matter. Fact is, we've been far more exciting to watch with Mane, Firmino and Salah as the front 3, we've beaten Man City without Coutinho, and we are top of the form table for the calendar year. So whether we would be in the same position with him is irrelevant; perhaps we would. Fact is, we aren't missing him one bit!

6.) 27 Feb 2018 14:36:26
I never said we are better off without him Harry, i said it proves nothing in the 2nd sentence, but as MK scouser says it kind of proves at least so far that we aren't missing him one bit. Look at the amount of draws we had with him in the team, people even said Salah would not score anymore because coutinho wouldn't be there to supply him. He is not as difficult to replace as f. eks Luis Suarez wouldn't you agree Harry?

7.) 27 Feb 2018 14:39:36
And to answer you question about the midfield revamp, we will be replacing Emre (Keita) and one of Lallana and Milner or both, and Henderson will be fazed out over a couple of seasons because he may never be injury free again, so its more to do with those players than a direct Coutinho replacement that is causing the revamp no? especially as Coutinho played 80% of his Liverpool games on the LW, as a playmaker you can replace him with a different type of player in a midfield 3.

8.) 27 Feb 2018 14:54:54
Very well said MK, exactly my thoughts.

9.) 27 Feb 2018 15:37:34
I used to say (and get slaughtered for it) that having pc in midfield is a risk defensively. He was too small and not physical enough. He would have been ideal at the front of a midfield diamond but not ideal in a midfield 3. I guess you could say its down to pc but it also coincides with the rise of aoc, milner, robbo and firmino.

10.) 27 Feb 2018 19:14:10
He was world class before he handed a TR. how time flies and people change their opinion! I am waiting to see the next playmaker that actually defends better than PC. Bring it on some names that does the defensive work!

I expect 2 CM and a LW / Left sided attacker / Playmaker to come in which is a total of 3 players all starting in a new look midfield. The current ones would be squad players at their very best. One is Kieta, the other could be Jorginho and then we ll also have a LW.
You'll miss him if any of the current front 3 gets injured! Come back to me then!

11.) 27 Feb 2018 20:08:39
Harry, Cou was never WC as that is just your opinion which is not fact. Was he on the brink? Yes BUT world class he definitely was not and still is n't at least not yet. And how can he be WC when he was busy taking games off like vs Burnley, WBA and esp. vs Spurs where we might as well be playing with 10 men as he was non-existent, . lost the ball and moaned all game? Come on, man. And NO, we won't miss him there either if one of the front 3 gets injured. Why? If Klopp had a plan to play w/ o Cou then I believe he has a plan if one of them gets injured.

MK is correct. The stats mean nothing. It only proves that we are not missing him at all as we lead the form table since he left so it just shows how much of a genius our manager is in how he has gotten the team playing arguably better w/ o him and getting good results (again, form table are hard numbers and it does not lie) . That's all I take out of it and nothing more.

12.) 27 Feb 2018 21:08:33
How can it not prove anything at all yet prove we're better off without him?

13.) 28 Feb 2018 09:42:01
The strength of the team this time around and the perceived togetherness of the squad were the two major reasons why I felt like we wouldn't miss Coutinho one bit. The narrative got abducted by the crazy fans and pundits who shouted the loudest when the evidence very clearly showed that were we were no weaker with or without coutinho even before he was sold!

To me it's addition by subtraction that was helped by the quality of players who still had in the locker room. He will get better no doubt, but that is his story to continue without us now, so all the best to him. Loving what we're building and just hope we can keep it up for a long time!

14.) 28 Feb 2018 09:45:24
I am sorry BRover but this site is all about opinions. So who is claiming anything as fact? You would be signing his name had he remained with us till the end of season! Let’s be honest mate. We hate him coz he handed a TR at the wrong time.

15.) 28 Feb 2018 22:08:13
Speak for yourself, Harry as you don't know a thing about me or who I love or hate. Hatred is nothing I am interested in, anyway.



22 Feb 2018 10:11:23
So i saw ed002 did a fantastic summary of what Real Madrid might look to do in the summer.

Dani Ceballos is apparently someone we are really interested in. What are people's opinions on him as i don't watch much La liga and rarely Betis so i have seen him play maybe 2 times for the spanish U-21 team.

What worries me is us looking at Real Madrid players when they might look to bid for Salah in the summer, its like we want them to ask about him while inquiring about Navas and Ceballos.


1.) 22 Feb 2018 11:22:13
I couldn't find the summary. Can you tell me on which page I can find it?

2.) 22 Feb 2018 12:28:04
On the Real Madrid page mate.

3.) 22 Feb 2018 13:00:45
I have seen Cabellos a few times. He takes far too much time and too many touches and his vision is poor. Passing is average. Gets into decent position but is wasteful in the final third. Very much like Lallana except he plays deep and like to run forward. He is young and no where near a finished product.
I would stay miles way from him. Mateo Kovacic is a better and far decent option if you are looking for a CM. We are not short of young players who are struggling for games! Are we?

4.) 22 Feb 2018 13:16:17
Ceballos yes, good player, Navas, no. Not at all. Let him go to Man United.

5.) 22 Feb 2018 13:56:26
I don't know BD, but knowing madrid will ask 40 million or more for him we could look elsewhere. Demirbay looks decent, ed002 mentioned Strootman but that was maybe in January.

6.) 22 Feb 2018 14:28:01
Just read the post on the RM page, great post by Ed2. Thanks Nostradmus2.0 for making us aware mate.

7.) 22 Feb 2018 15:31:47

Depends on what kind of player Klopp wants. I would spend that sum on Doucoure at Wardord. No brainer and head and shoulders above both. PL proven and the boy will become a star in two years. He will fit in with our style. Him and Keita is what you call a proper double Pivot! Or if Klopp only wants a Madrid pedigree then Kovacic. Young and actually very good! Vision, technique, and goals!

8.) 22 Feb 2018 16:22:55
Doucoure seems a very good player but is already 25 and i don't think we have shown interest. Ed002 says Kovacic is likely to go back to italy.

9.) 22 Feb 2018 16:27:06
I agree with you Harry on Doucoure, he would add much needed quality and him with Keita would be pretty special.

10.) 22 Feb 2018 16:36:36
Kovacic would be a fantastic signing but can't see us getting him at all. Doesn't seem to get much game time under zidane so I'd expect him to back to Italy.

11.) 22 Feb 2018 22:34:39
Kroos is the one I'll take from that Madrid team.
He is the type of player our midfield needs.

12.) 22 Feb 2018 22:35:42
Navas doesn't do it for me, pulls off some good saves at times but so inconsistent and his distribution is questionable also. I'd stay away from that deal.



16 Feb 2018 20:00:07
Harry Wilson starting at Stamford Bridge. A good chance to see his level vs good opponents.


1.) 17 Feb 2018 06:00:46
Well Hull got thrashed but not exactly a platform to judge Wilson on. The lad is still miles off being even a squad player at LFC. If any of our young academy wingers are going to make it at the club, Ojo has the best chance.

2.) 17 Feb 2018 13:02:38
How he did overall in the match guys?

3.) 19 Feb 2018 13:10:11
Did well with the limited opportunities he had and won the penalty that Hull missed. He's doing well on loan, not sure what Indian's beef with him is but I fail to see what more the lad can do to prove himself.



15 Feb 2018 11:54:22
So, i would like to start off by saying i really rate Firmino and think he is one of the best and unique strikers in world football. But i have a huge issue with people specially on this site undervaluing Salah
because of Firmino. And that Salah is replecable compared to Firmino which is quite frankly just plain stupid, a joke if you will. i'am sorry but what RW's are around that we could
sign who could score even half the goals he does? You understand he is not an out and out striker right?

Do you guys actually watch any thing other than the ball and who has it at his feet? Because you will clearly see that Salah is marked by up to 3 players every single game, creating more space and chances for the likes of Firmino and Mane.

Just watch Firmino's goal yesterday, and see how both the defenders are more worried about Salah and leave acres of space for Firmino to score, or Mane's 5th where basically no one of the 2 defenders in the middle come out to press Mane before he shoots because both are drawn to the right to cover up the passing lane to Salah again giving Mane about 5 minutes to pick his spot. I can assure you that Salah will be irreplacable just as much as Firmino would be and even more so because there are not many players in world football who have that kind of quality to go with that kind of pace and acceleration, its no coincidence Firmino is having his best season playing with Salah taking up 2-3 defenders concentrating mainly on him.

And not to take away anything from Firmino and his impressive numbers but out of his 21 goals, most of them are tap ins or first time finishes due to the chances being clear cut chances, compared to over 16 goals to Salah that came from individual skill and brilliance. Firmino has 3-4 of those in comparison.

For forwards you look mainly at goals, assists, 2nd assists, key passes, big chances created, dribbles completed, shot accuracy/ effeciency, movement off the ball and workrate. (and other more complicated
factors that i will not go into) .
In every single one of those apart from assists and workrate Salah comes out on top in the entire club
and in the top 5 players in every single department apart from assists in all of the top 5 leagues in europe and he is not an out and out striker even though Klopp has used him more in a front 2 with Firmino recently.

Its not only about goals with Salah and even though Firmino deserves the credit he is getting putting down Salah's achievments is nothing short of comical. He is only the 13th player in the club's history to hit 30 goals, and not to mention the 15 other records he has broken in his first season at the club, if this season is Salah's level of performance going forward he will not be here for long if we don't start winning trophies from next season. Without a shadow of a doubt for me the best player at the club this season followed closely by Firmino. And not only that, i'd go as far to say the 2nd best player in the league after Kevin de Bruyne. No one comes even close to his numbers, and comparing him to f. eks to Harry Kane is BS because one is a striker and one is a right winger. Show me those right wingers that are
available who can come close to half his numbers. They don't even have half his numbers in far weaker leagues. Rant over.


1.) 15 Feb 2018 12:02:54
Why not just appreciate both.

2.) 15 Feb 2018 12:04:12
They are both awesome and both compliment each other, take one out and the other will lose something from their game though.
No player is irreplaceable as such but if we lost Firmino I feel we would have to change the whole system, he can’t really be replaced like for like, lose salah and we could find another winger, he would be a massive loss but we wouldn’t have to change the system as such.

3.) 15 Feb 2018 12:18:10
And please can we add Mane to this.
He's had (in my opinion) unfair criticism hurled at him this season.
He has totally been targeted this season which is why he hasn't hit the heights of last but he has still been great.
The three of them together are pretty much unstoppable.
Love being a Liverpool at the moment.
If we beat Porto 5-0 at home then we will have scored more goals in the Champions League than Everton have in the Premiership :)

{Ed025's Note - if everton played porto i would be gutted if we did,nt thrash them flidby...they are an absolute joke mate..

4.) 15 Feb 2018 12:26:03
I prefer Firmino because he is a more complete player who hasn't sent his agent to Madrid. Salah i love too, but he is already looking at a route out. Plus he relies heavily on pace and will be finished by 30-33 years old or basically after one really bad injury. Firmino is so clever that he could easily do a Totti and play until 40 by adapting his style.

There may well be no right forward as good as Salah, but i could list a lot of very good right wingers. However i can't list very many good false 9's. Messi and Fekir? Possibly Son from Spurs. That is all people mean when they say Firmino would be harder to replace. Salah is the best in the world at his position still, whilst Firmino will always be behind Messi until he retires if we're honest with ourselves. So i can see the other side of the argument too.

I love them both really and i think they both profit from each other. Nobody is putting Salah down. Maybe he isn't getting all of our undivided appreciation, but that is a good thing, no? The scary thing is that i think fit and in top form, Mane can be better than both of them at times.

Just enjoy the whole front 3 because we haven't had 3 forwards this good since Barnes, Beardsley and Aldridge.

Firmino is a lot of peoples favourite because he is more committed and works slightly harder. Salah is just as good individually and arguably better. Who on earth scores 30 goals from the wing by February when they're not even a regular penalty taker? Nobody. Not even Ronaldo could without penalties to boost his tally. I can't even name a striker who can do it. Cavani maybe?

We have 3 special players and i won't pit any of them against each other, even though Firmino is admittedly my favourite. He's just "loco". Salah celebrates with a smile. Firmino takes off his shirt and fly kicks an invisible Chuck Norris! His passion endears him to people and maybe that makes us a little biased in the heat of discussion sometimes. I'm just excited where that whole trio can take us!

5.) 15 Feb 2018 12:35:40
Salah is world class. He's the second fastest EVER to hit 30 Liverpool goals. Firmino is improving and adding goals to his skill set, exciting times for him and us.

6.) 15 Feb 2018 12:42:35
Very long post. I don't think I've seen one post where someone has said Salah is not Amazing.

7.) 15 Feb 2018 12:59:57
Ed025 has to fishing there! Everton shipped 5 at home to Atalanta. Although to be fair. you will always have the famous night at Goodison under the lights where your boys managed a credible 2-2 draw with Apollon Limassol.

{Ed025's Note - if appollon limassol played porto i would expect them to beat porto about 10-0 mate..

8.) 15 Feb 2018 13:12:21
Come off it es25 your lot couldn't beat an egg.

{Ed025's Note - we are absolute pants p1...but still miles ahead of porto mate..

9.) 15 Feb 2018 13:52:36
Firmino is our system around which others are build hence he is the most important element. Now regarding who could score all those goals! Those are a part of the system that creates itself. Salah wouldn’t be half the player without Firmino.

There are lot of wingers who could score goals but I have not seen a single player that is even remotely close to Firmino! Firmino was world class even at Hoffenheim, He had the best assist ratio before moving to Anfield. Taking nothing away from Salah but without Firmino we wouldn’t survive!

10.) 15 Feb 2018 13:53:47
I think you're misunderstanding what people mean by replaceable. They don't mean we won't suffer, won't take a hit on quality etc. What they mean is the ability to continue our style, system and general way that the team operates. With Salah, we could find another hard working, fast, skilful winger with enough money.

They exist if price is no object. Yes they probably won't be as effective as Salah, we will almost certainly score less and have a long period without some of the more intricate movements Salah has already developed without the teams. But we wouldn't have to buy someone that the whole team has to change how they play to fit in.

In replacing Firmino, I cannot think of anyone with both the close control, the phenomenal work rate and the goalscoring ability of Firmino. Not a single player can do all three at that level - they are better goal scorers, better players with the ball at their feet and harder workers, but no combination of them all at his level.

To replace him we'd either have to buy a false 9 and sacrifice a huge amount of goalscoring power, or an out and out striker and change entirely how our midfield brings the ball forward and our wings support the build up play. That's why he's irreplaceable - not because he's so much better, but because there isn't anyone who can bring any close equivalent of what he does to a team.

As for who is better? I'll let you know when one of them leaves.

11.) 15 Feb 2018 13:54:28
Porto would school Everton.

12.) 15 Feb 2018 14:16:34
Salah has been just incredible so far - the best player in the league IMO except perhaps KDB or Kane. Having said that, I can’t help but love Firmino just as much for his ability to make the game seem so beautiful, it’s like he owns space and time sometimes, and those no look goals and karate kicks show his cheeky character and love of the game.

Both very very special, and Mane isn’t far behind, and would be right up there on form.

13.) 15 Feb 2018 14:54:35
Firmino is doing it in successive seasons.
Salah has had an amazing first season, expect him to be targeted next season. Hopefully he will overcome it 👍.

14.) 15 Feb 2018 15:11:50
Ron, Salah is already targeted every match by multiple players. I would agree to assume that teams may get more intelligent in their defending against Salah, but there's only so much you can do against players of his quality. Leaving out Messi, there are no better right-sided players in the world - none.

15.) 15 Feb 2018 15:48:09
What a ridiculous thread, show me one poster who doesn’t think Salah is a fantastic player! We have a couple of amazing players right now, we can appreciate them all, why rant about something so trivial?

16.) 15 Feb 2018 16:33:20
Hey smeg head sorry but I just don't think salah is fantastic.

17.) 15 Feb 2018 16:20:24
I like Everton fans more than any other on the planet (apart from ours) I think your Uefa cup would have been very different under big Sam but porto are not as bad as you're making them out to be and they are not the first decent side to be demolished by Liverpool FC.

Porto had a tough qualifying group and beat some decent sides. To suggest some eufa cup cannon fodder (who I've never heard of) would beat a team in the business end of the world's elite club competition 10 0 is ludicrous, if truth be told, porto would beat them as they beat everyone at home. We done well. While I don't like fans who can't be gracious in victory (making Everton jokes) I equally feel people should be gracious on defeat.

18.) 15 Feb 2018 17:02:41
Supersalah, Ed025 has played you mate 😂 he's taking the micky because lots of our fans were suggesting Porto are a terrible team who we can beat in the second leg, even if we make loads of changes!

This is Ed025. He is here for one reason; to make Liverpool fans look silly. He's very good at it unfortunately 😉 actually there is a second reason; he is in a civil partnership with Harry! Negativeredwalter was best man. It was the most depressing wedding I've ever been to.

19.) 15 Feb 2018 18:16:46
Mk Harry's all mine.




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18 Mar 2018 12:50:44
Thank you so much for the information ed002.much appreciated.


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17 Mar 2018 15:52:35
Umtiti being difficult again now? hehe.




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17 Mar 2018 13:23:17
The whole world has looked at him, he is priced out of a move.




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13 Mar 2018 19:28:12
I think he means Allan who plays for Napoli. As if Napoli are just going to sell us 2 key players! Ha.




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13 Mar 2018 09:17:39
Dermot Gallagher is an idiot, whatever Sky wants him to say he will say like the little ''dog'' he is.

We have been robbed by referees a lot this season, anyone saying otherwise is living in denial. 2 points vs Spurs, 2 points vs Everton, 2 points vs Watford, 2 points vs Burnley, the only time we benefited from a decision this season is when Mignolet didn't get sent off vs Stoke. While Tottenham have gained 8 points from bogus offside goals and fake penalties. If VAR was there the entire season i swear spurs would be 10 points behind us at least!





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19 Mar 2018 13:53:43
what a joke, could post a video that makes him look world class, makes zero sense.


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19 Mar 2018 11:25:32
Not working boss.


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19 Mar 2018 10:51:13
Its only my opinion after watching 4 full Hull City games. I guess time will tell but i wasn't trying to make you laugh!




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19 Mar 2018 10:29:00
In a perfect world and i was manager, i would, (Obviously Klopp has his own ideas and plans)

sign a RB to start and move Alexander-Arnold to the box to box midfield role, sell Matip and Klavan and sign a starting CB who partners van Dijk making Lovren 3rd choice and Gomez as cover for both RB and CB, sign 1 starting CM after moving on Lallana and/ or Milner and a backup winger/ playmaker.

Which would leave us with a squad looking something like this.

GK: Karius (Ward)
RB: New Guy
CB: New Guy (Gomez)
CB: van Dijk (Lovren)
LB: Robertson (Moreno)
DP: Henderson (Wijnaldum)
CM: New Guy (Alexander-Arnold)
CM: Keita (Chamberlain)
RW: Salah (New Guy)
LW: Mane (Woodburn)
FW: Firmino (Ings)

Milner wants more game time, i personally wouldn't move him on but 150 K a week sitting on the bench is huge money.
Lallana is very unhappy with how this season has gone for him, i don't get it, it's not like we injured him on purpose, but i see him pushing to leave in the summer.

Winning the league then depends on the quality of these new Guy's, Klopps managerial and tactical skills and some luck with chances, injuries and referees.




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19 Mar 2018 10:15:11
sorry, bad start to the day. My apologies. I didn't mean to come across arrogant.