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01 Aug 2017 11:30:04
Seen reports of Liverpool having interest in Ozil I presume this is none sense and the media using the Pipco story to come up with this

As talented as he is I wouldn't want him and can't see Klopp wanting him either with the attitude and lazy work rate.


1.) 01 Aug 2017 12:27:39
Someone should tell Barcelona to sign Ozil. Would be easier for them to get and they can keep their hands off our players for once.

{Ed025's Note - they only want one...the rest would not get in their reserves..

2.) 01 Aug 2017 12:48:46
ozil is class. the claim for him being lazy is nonesense.

3.) 01 Aug 2017 13:22:16
I've never seen ozil sprint.



20 Jul 2017 16:29:40
Hi Ed's

Just seen the news about Monaco reporting clubs for alleged 'tapping up' of Mbappe

Wandered if you were aware of which clubs they have accused and whether LFC are involved again?

If so then it is truly embarrassing for all involved.


{Ed002's Note - It is nothing to do with Liverpool.}

1.) 20 Jul 2017 18:14:25
Thank heavens, Ed.



02 Jul 2017 14:34:48
Afternoon Eds and reds

First of all a collective thank you to all the eds for all their efforts in trying to stay again during this silly season

Secondly I was interested in your thoughts on Iago Aspas, we can see now after going back to Spain he has had a great season constantly hitting the back of the net and I was wandering why you thought he wasn't a success at Liverpool, was it simply down to not enough chances? Or has he developed more then everyone expected?

Many thanks.


{Ed001's Note - never settled, never wanted to leave Celta (which is the team he supports and is now playing for again), never really got a proper chance and so he never adjusted to the physicality required.}

1.) 02 Jul 2017 14:48:40
Ed you know where you said physicality, do you think this may be the reason why England is so far behind in terms of player quality, because we tend to label it 'a mans game' and 'a mans game' is all about bruises, rough tackles and just being physical, and I think it's a case of we try to substitute technical skills for this so called big man approach, I really do hate it when a new player comes in and he has to 'bulk up', do any other leagues have this problem?

{Ed001's Note - yes, the British game does suffer by being all about physicality over technical ability. It is a distinct disadvantage.}

2.) 02 Jul 2017 16:09:20
I always liked Aspas, and I belive hecould have had a great season playing for us, and I also don't think his size would have been a problem - he always has that 'terrier' like aspect to his game - but the problem he had was very simple - he had Suarez and Sturridge in the sane squad. He couldn't get a game really. Shame as he could have been very good for us, but his timing was unfortunate.

3.) 02 Jul 2017 16:41:21
If he never wanted to leave why did he ed? Money?

{Ed001's Note - Celta needed the money to pay bills and survive, so he agreed a move to help the club.}

4.) 02 Jul 2017 20:05:49
Very noble of him, Ed. This may explain why they jumped at the chance to buy him back immediately after their money issues were fixed. He's Celta thru and thru and I respect him even more now as a gentleman, than as a pro footballer.

{Ed001's Note - he is very much a Celta fan and would have been happiest if he could have spent his career there.}



28 Jun 2017 13:21:01
Ed01 a question to distract you from the bombardment of VVD and Keita questions if you have the time

I was interested to hear your opinion on Divock Origi and how you think he could develop, I remember he was in fine form towards the end of last season and when he plays he seems to score but he never seems to be able to get a consistent run in the side.

Many thanks.


{Ed001's Note - personally I like him, he has excellent technical ability, as well as physical power, strength and pace. However he needs the experience and direction to use his skills effectively. That takes time to acquire and he is nowhere near his peak yet.

He does need to get regular starts if he is to really progress. He also needs to ensure he takes a leaf out of Harry Kane's book and redoubles his efforts to improve once he does get that run of games. That is what will make the difference for him now, his attitude and application to learning the game.}

1.) 28 Jun 2017 14:05:14
Would he be able to get that run of games though Ed, as no doubt Firmino is 1st and then possibly Sturridge 2nd choice if he stays?

{Ed001's Note - that is up to him, he has to earn the right on the training pitch and then on the actual pitch when he does get his shot.}

2.) 28 Jun 2017 14:32:12
I liked origi when he came first he looked promising but he has never really pushed on, I think we should sell him and develop solanke instead.

3.) 28 Jun 2017 15:49:16
So because origi hasn't become a 30 goal a season striker in 1 year we should sell him? Honestly what even are our fans nowadays.

I think origi is quite similar to kane with a bit more speed, in that he never really influences the game that much, but he does provide a focal point and does score goals with ease. He just needs to hone his abilities to create more chances for himself.

4.) 28 Jun 2017 17:32:34
You see, Wobsoborth, that is the kind of post that is not helpful to any LFC player. So cos he has not become Harry Kane, he needs to be sold? Whatever happened to allowing a young player to develop and hone his trade then make a judgement on his ability. Origi is everything you want in a CF as the Ed said. He has the tools of a Didier Drogba as well as the the skill, footwork, technical ability and as well as dribbling skills as a Henry. He is very talented. I did not say that, Henry said it. Harry Kane is not as talented and multi-faceted as Origi is. Kane has gotten his chances and had nobody in front of him to battle for the CF position. Origi has Firmino and prolly Studge to deal with. He just needs to put everything together and make his mark on the club. It is up to him now. He will get his chances next season and there, he will have to come good.



19 May 2017 13:14:21
Hi Eds and reds

Heard in the press conference the other day that Klopp says the club have 'Talked to transfer targets'

Was wandering if the Eds had any insight as to what this would be about or is it a general thing that goes on often

Many thanks and keep up the good work!


{Ed002's Note - It means that the club has spoken with other clubs, players representatives and potentially players they are interested in. After all previous and current problems the club would do what is necessary to avoid being accused of approaching players without permission.}

1.) 19 May 2017 17:07:19
This happens all the time, all season long. it is nothing new.




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28 Oct 2016 14:52:40
Van Der Sar was once a midfielder as a kid

Also Klass-Yan Huntelaar was once a keeper I believe.





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27 Jun 2017 12:22:01
You are right MK they are different players, one driven by setting up fast bursting attacks and the other focusing on breaking down the attacks of opponents from what matches I have watched.




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27 Jun 2017 12:06:36
I haven't a seen massive amounts of Bundesliga last season but from what I did see of RBL Naby Keita seems to me to more of a deep lying playmaker type player as supposed to the ball winning midfielder Kanye has become famous for.

He does however have a great energy when he plays similarly to Kante however I'd say his strong points are his range of passing and his vision above his tackling and ball winning, although this is still obviously a decent part of his game I don't think it is to the level of Kante.