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14 May 2016 02:51:59
Ed please can you explain the situation with Rossiter. He was apparently the next big thing before the hamstring injury, played in the U21's at 15 and very highly thought of throughout. Is the player pushing for a move or have Liverpool just decided he's not up to it?


{Ed001's Note - he was struggling due to the injuries and found himself behind Stewart and Chirivella in the pecking order. The progress expected from him was just not happening, so it is best for all parties he goes somewhere that he can play regularly and rebuild himself.}

1.) 14 May 2016 13:51:12
I think Rossiter was held back by his lack of physical development as well. I think that's the same thing that may hold Chirivella back. The first thing I'd have Pedro doing is bulking up in the gym like how Sterling did in his second season. Or he'll just continue to get knocked around like he did against Swansea.

That's why I fancy Stewart and Brannagan to make it ahead of Rossiter and Chirivella. Although physical presence isn't everything, you've got to be in Xavi or Pirlo's league to make it at the top when you have no outstanding physical attribute. When Stewart or Brannagan go in for a challenge, it's full blooded and tough. Chirivella and Rossiter just bounce off people and until they are tougher, men's football will be too much for them as defensive midfielders.

It's the same reason why Allen has failed to stamp down a position in our midfield. Klopp has actually pushed him forward into a more advanced role because he cannot dominate a midfield.

Very few midfielders as short, slow and weak as Pedro and Rossiter make it in English football though. The only ones I can think of are Leon Britton and Cesc Fabregas of the current crop. The young lads will lose out on every 50/ 50 so they need to either bulk up or become more intelligent in terms of their positional play.

It's a shame because they're very technically gifted and they spot danger well. They just lack the presence to deal with that danger.




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08 Jan 2017 21:35:56
Thanks for your time Ed


{Ed001's Note - welcome mate.}



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08 Jan 2017 14:44:02
Do u know why Harry Wilson is not getting a look in Ed, U23 captain and scoring plenty of goals? Does Klopp not rate him or is it more he's physically or mentally not strong enough yet?


{Ed001's Note - he is just a bit behind some of the others for now, in the pecking order, due to their performances when they got a chance earlier in the season. He is defo in Klopp's thinking for the future.}



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16 May 2016 08:03:19
The lad looks bang average on YouTube and that's saying something!




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14 May 2016 02:41:06
He doesn't even impress on YouTube and that's saying something!




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02 Nov 2015 01:38:47
Remember he got named in the worse players team of the season last year, nowhere near good enough for what lfc want to achieve, reminds me of David Ngog and that says it all!


{Ed001's Note - that's unfair to put that in there, he got the votes as the fans there got on his back because he was moving to Liverpool, and they felt he had gone all big time. Origi is nothing like Ngog, you might want to watch them more.}




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