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28 May 2018 09:38:30
Purely hypothetical but i wonder how we would have faired with Coutinho on the pitch. I appreciate its as relevant as discussing what Jan Molby may have added to our attack but Phil left halfway through our CL campaign and i can't help wondering if we might have stood a better chance against Madrid with him in the side?


1.) 28 May 2018 09:43:37
Id rather have had salah on the pitch.

2.) 28 May 2018 09:54:16
It's not really with considering, he may have scored a worldie or he may have lost his man letting them score, would we even have made the final if he'd stayed?

It's only worth talking about what actually happened and, sadly, we lost.

3.) 28 May 2018 10:56:13
If we’d won we wouldn’t give him a second thought. Last big European final we played in he went missing if I remember rightly!

4.) 28 May 2018 11:28:58
Would we have made the final if he stayed? We were a much better unit once he left.



27 May 2018 07:34:05
Not only does Karius have to live with his errors on the pitch but it seems that every malicious maggot with an InstaTwitFace account is now baying for his blood (not to mention one or two on here) .
Jordan Henderson was not just being diplomatic when he said that we win as a team and lose as a team. There was a number of reasons why Madrid beat us and not all of them involved Loris Karius: unfortunate injury to Salah after Ramos rough-housing him; poor marking on Bale; lousy final ball to the forwards; poor substitions, etc. Add to that the fact that Madrid were on form when it counted on the big occasion.
Karius was at fault for two goals, the team as a whole were responsible for an average performance. But it seems there needs to be a sole scapegoat for the derelict minds to gang up on.
The sight of a distraught Loris Karius sobbing while apologising to the mass of travelling fans will stay with me for a long time. Take away our desperation to see our team succeed and there's a young man who erred on the biggest professional stage in front of half the world, who bared his soul and emotions in front of the same audience and took full personal responsibility for the loss.
Id like to think the true supporters of this club will have his back and show him support in the next few weeks instead of creating a scapegoat and pariah. The debate over whether or not he is good enough for Liverpool is not relevant just yet and should be postponed until emotions die down. For now, Karius should not be walking alone.


1.) 27 May 2018 08:11:05
On form? the only thing they didnwas to keep the ball. after exit of salah the only time we pressed was when we scored the goal. after bales wonder goal. we just stopped playing.

2.) 27 May 2018 08:19:26
Great post.

3.) 27 May 2018 08:32:25
Fair point made. but karius in goal means we won't win trophies. I've been about backing him and he may still become class. But he can't be our number 1 next season. The first goal was absolutely unforgivable. I hate to bash players but a circle is a circle and a mistake is a mistake. Karius' mistakes cost us the goals that lost the match. Not confident we would of won anyway because when salah came off we forgot how to play. This is why we always get called a 1 man team. However without the unforced errors it's not 3-1 and tbh Madrid hardly peppered our goal.



25 May 2018 03:58:03
Plenty of pundits and so-called experts pointing to Madrid's experience in CL finals as a reason they will win. It means nothing on the day and may even count against them if they go ahead and complacency seeps in. We won in Istanbul without CL final experience, we lost a few years later despite fielding players who had experience a CL final.
Im convinced that age/ experience may even go against them if we get to extra time and their over-30s start suffering fatigue.
Our CL finals that we have won have all been Reds beating Whites so hopefully this trend continues.
Im babbling now, im nervous as hell, c'mon THE REDS!


1.) 25 May 2018 11:02:38
I rekon the immediate history of their success can be helpful for them. It's just means they have been there and can be prepared for the emotions etc. Nothing to say we can't upset that balance.

2.) 25 May 2018 11:02:43
They do sound complacent with some of the comments coming out of Madrid. I hope they are because one things for sure, if they go into this game thinking they can stroll about flicking their hair and give the people a globetrotter type show they will leave with their heads firmly shoved straight up their backsides and we’ll leave with the trophy!

3.) 26 May 2018 00:36:20
I am sure if we were going into this final against a supposed lesser side, then much of the same sentiment would be coming out of anfie. it's just the lay of the land. bring it on I say. anything that fuels us as the hungry underdog is great for us!



13 Apr 2018 15:08:53
The last time the 4 semi-finalists were from Europes biggest four leagues was in 1981.
The winners that year were from Liverpool.





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28 May 2018 00:52:21
Perhaps with Maccas info you need to RTFP before commenting, Ed? 😃.


{Ed002's Note - I don't look at the website at all - but perhaps people should not quote all of the "done deals" they think he tells them about.}



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02 Apr 2018 13:45:35
Really Wombat? Zaha blows hot and cold. He was falling over his shoelaces against us.





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18 Jun 2018 07:53:15
up, Doc?




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17 Jun 2018 00:21:19
Dioff wasnt a keeper ( in any sense of the word)




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16 Jun 2018 13:42:46
I know it was only one match but Dembele looked like Stewart Downing after a couple of coffees. Fekir, however, oozed class despite only playing a third of the match. That french left back looked like he learnt his trade at the Sergio Ramos School of Theatre.
And Matt Ryan looked like a quality assured keeper. Im pretty sure we looked at him a few seasons back.




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16 Jun 2018 13:24:55
Dont understand. Are you saying they look alike because im not so sure.




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11 Jun 2018 12:43:58
Seriously Ed002? Who are you jiving with that cosmic debris?