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30 Nov 2018 09:10:04
Adidas to be Liverpool's next kit sponsor.

{Ed001's Note - sponsor? Do you mean manufacturer?}


1.) 30 Nov 2018 09:23:10
Corrected, thank you Ed001.

{Ed001's Note - that's ok, just wanted to make it clear for everyone reading.}


2.) 30 Nov 2018 10:48:43
oooh i like adidas. better than nike.


3.) 30 Nov 2018 10:54:04
Actually it is Nike who will make the kits, just saying.


4.) 30 Nov 2018 11:22:06
Damn Nike has been decreasing their quality last few years.


5.) 30 Nov 2018 13:29:55
I don't care who manufactures the kit as long as the manufacturer gives cool money to the club. please share as soon as u know something about it ed01.

{Ed001's Note - it is not my area mate, the playing staff and coaches never take much notice of these kind of things, so only tend to find out when they have to have pics taken in it.}


6.) 30 Nov 2018 17:40:27
When is this meant to be happening anyone know?


7.) 03 Dec 2018 09:07:26
nike has been really subpar lately in the kits they produced.


 

 

22 Nov 2018 15:11:49
Lallana is to re-join Bournemouth. Loan with an obligation to buy.


 

 

 

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15 Nov 2018 16:47:14
What do us fans and the Ed's feel about Pep Ljinders impact on the first team this season?

I mentioned on a previous post that Buvac seemed the maveric, loved all out attack even if it resulted in us conceding cheaply. This season we seem a more seasoned team, more mature with our play and see games through without playing with that same zip.

Do we think Ljinders has a big role to play in the change of style?

{Ed001's Note - impossible to say for sure, but it is unlikely as he was always an advocate of a high press.}


 

 

14 Nov 2018 13:13:36
On our new signings. Feedback welcomed.

Fabinho looks like a lovely player all beit, he is getting used to a different football culture, new language and climate etc. I think though, by looking at him in recent games he needs to improve his intensity, become more aggressive and improve on his overall decision making. My belief is he will compliment Trent well being a top class right back by trade knowing his responsibilities of covering when Trent advances which i saw a lot of against Fulham.

Shaqs looks like he could be another Coutinho type signing. Absolute steal in price, intelligent play making, amazing set piece taker and the luxury that he doesn't score 'normal' goals. The fact he cuts in and likes to shoot and the low center of gravity drew some similarities, difference only being the foot they generally like to play with.

Keita i've not seen enough of but, i was there for his debut i genuinely mean it when i say it was one of the best debuts from a player coming from another league that i've ever seen. He has been put on the left at times then injury struck. I feel, we will see the very best of Naby next season playing expansive box to box football and chipping in with a few goals.

Allison just looks assured, he fills me with confidence but more importantly those in front of him are assured to have him in between the sticks. Its no big coincidence we have the best deffence in the league this year, he has added calmness a long with excellent distribution at times. Last season had Alisson been in the team, he'd probably be on assist number 8 for the season. However the mutrity in our play this year will see more calmness and a more seasoned approach to his play.

Happy red at the minute, how could you not be? Rest assured this will be the biggest push for the title we have ever made, enjoy the ride!


1.) 14 Nov 2018 14:44:41
Now that is the kind of post I enjoy reading, nice one Samuel, great post mate.


2.) 14 Nov 2018 19:01:43
Brilliant post, OP and your assessment is very nuanced and cohesive. As Keita, I watched RBL a tonne last season and don't worry about him. If he shows anything remotely resembling the perfs. he was showing in the second half of last season (after a difficult first half) then you will love him. Take the RBL v Bayern for example. They had NO answer for him in the press cos he was all over the Bayern midfield and bursting forward with pace, power and precision in his decision-making in the final third. He scored the winning goal in a 2-1 win and Matts Hummels after the game, said that he had never seen a team press them that much in a game. When he gets up to speed, look out.


3.) 15 Nov 2018 09:36:01
Thank you Salah,

i feel we set the bar so high in terms of performance last year that our expectation this year is to do the same. A lot has to do (in my opinion of course) with the back room change. Buvac was the maveric that likes the ploy of 'you score 1 we'll score 2". Ljinders is cautious and it is bringing out the best of our defence. As i said in my previous post, we look much more seasoned and calmer now, not the 10 goal thrillers of last season but we aren't conceding silly goals anymore which is fantastic.

The old saying, goals win you games but clean sheets win you titles springs to mind!

BRover, thank you also,

Very excited to see that Naby in a red shirt, im filled with confidence that his signing will elevate our play. Interesting what you said about Bayern and the press, can't wait to seem him and Ox play together. That high octane football will be an absolute joy with Fabinho sitting in behind picking up the pieces. Like i say, Fab is just settling in and gelling but once he does he will set like concrete in our midfield.


 

 

21 Aug 2018 09:02:10
Thought Gomez was great last night, took instructions well from Van Dijk and believe there's a real partnership that can be formed here. Robertson was great again, Milner is coming on leaps and bounds, Henderson was neat and tidy and Bobby was just Bobby tireless and completely none stop. Wasnt our best performance but that was a game we'd have dropped points last season.


1.) 21 Aug 2018 09:31:09
Gomez I agree was decent. Robertson was quite poor and Bobby looks very rusty he didn't have a good game. Very little impact and his one shot was slashed 30 yards wide. I don't understand why he gets constant praise even when he has an average game. I am sure he will improve when he is fully upto speed but he should have been subbed earlier.

Salah was also not at his best but he constantly effects the game, he still does the tracking back but he is effective both ways.


2.) 21 Aug 2018 09:31:53
I actually though that Robertson (and Trent) were pretty poor last night - nothing special in defense (although neither were put under much pressure) but going forward they were rushing, not looking up and wasteful of several good chances. Would much rather it happens in a game like yesterday than against someone who will punish that but certainly not the follow up I was hoping for from the West Ham game.


3.) 21 Aug 2018 09:56:42
Firmino never looked like he was going to score last night but the work he got through was unreal. He was everywhere linking the play, making tackles, pressuring the ball. I thought he played well.


4.) 21 Aug 2018 10:32:38
Follow up to the West Ham game? Like 3 points away from home at a tough palace ground on a Monday night, where other teams around us will drop points. I'm delighted with a win there while some of our top lads weren't at it. Sign of title challengers which is what I'll be taking away from that game.


5.) 21 Aug 2018 11:15:30
We had a couple of players last night who looked tired and Bobby just lacked his normal sharpness, still think he is a top player who might need a rest.

Crystal Palace have the makings of a good team there and played well which knocked us back as if we didn't expect them to rise to the challenge.

Players like Schlupp, Zaha, Townsend, Milhojovich (spelling) and van arnholtt are all players who on their day are good enough for any top four club and they definitely raised their game for us last night.

We managed a win where I think a lot of big teams could come undone, with the pace Palace can utilise in such a direct manor.

I feel it is a step forward for us as a team to win when maybe not all our players were firing on all cylinders.

Football aside, I wish forum salah all the best in his recovery and hope he is back posting soon. There are some cretins in this world but get your chin up and keep up your positivity which shows in your previous posts.


6.) 21 Aug 2018 12:19:07
Firmino has had plenty rest he just needs games.


7.) 21 Aug 2018 12:46:27
Last night want a game for our players to look good, office were organised at the back and dangerous on the counter. I'm pretty delighted how everyone performed.


 

 

23 Jul 2018 14:47:58
I'm with Ed002 here. Utterly appalled by a large section of our fan base abusing one of our own players. This isn't the family club i grew up loving anymore and with social media it amplifies the abuse further.

Ashamed.


1.) 23 Jul 2018 15:49:11
I have been a match-going Liverpool supporter for more than 50 years, in fact since the Shankly era. There was a very good documentary on BBC2 last night called “Shankly : Nature’s Fire” which majored on the great man’s principles and values. I simply do not accept that someone who proclaims his/ herself as a Liverpool supporter on social media while abusing a Liverpool player is a member of our wonderful club’s fan base. It takes much more than self-identification to be a true Red. Those who do not adhere, or at least aspire, to the Shankly principles and values are just worthless trolls (as I think the young people all them) .


2.) 23 Jul 2018 16:02:49
WW, post of the day, mate, in fact post of the summer.


3.) 23 Jul 2018 16:06:24
The abuse is disgusting and looking through other posts there are plenty of comments calling players absolute rubbish .
I also wonder why people expect both Karius and Migs to stay as no 2 or 3 . They both have their career ahead of them and I guess would like to progress rather than be a bench warmer .


4.) 23 Jul 2018 16:24:15
Sadly WW, that's not how things work any more. It takes more than saying it - the vast majority have to show them that they are wrong, and shun them if need be. Because they are fans, just like you or I. And us denying it doesn't change that - it's up to us to fight against the internal rot.


5.) 23 Jul 2018 17:21:03
hijkle, how about this then - I’ll continue to confront the abusers in the Lower Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand (and there are a few) and anywhere else I encounter them, and you fight the good fight with the social media dickheads.


6.) 23 Jul 2018 18:21:04
Exactly, WW. The time for talk is over. It is time to act with courage and conviction. I am not on SM a lot like twitter or Instagram BUT I will join the other fan sites to weed out the "fans" who are giving the rest of us a bad name. We, the people, those of us who claim to not condone this type, MUST not let this stand. We should be the ones policing ourselves as fans whether in the ground or on SM. The time to act is NOW, IMO.


7.) 23 Jul 2018 18:43:03
@everythingnow agree with most of what you say, but the reason I fully expect karius to stay and fight for number 2 is because at his current form and confidence level you won’t find another club prepared to pay him half what he’s earning at Liverpool! Even taking wage demands out of it I can’t see many being interested in him- would you take a keeper who’s in the worst form of his life and has his confidence shot to bits in the knowledge he will be ridiculed by fans everywhere? I certainly wouldn’t even if there is no doubting that under the right guidance there’s a decent goalkeeper in there.


 

 

20 Jul 2018 11:56:53
I'd like to ask a question, to Editor 1 or 2.

The departure of Pep Lijnders to NEC came as an unwanted surprise, his immediate return surprised me even more. Was there a particular reason he left NEC so pre-maturely? Did it not work out for him there or was the lure of a more prominent position at Liverpool impossible for him to turn down.

Many thanks.

{Ed002's Note - He was sacked by them.}


1.) 20 Jul 2018 17:37:15
I was in Nijmegen for quite a while. Generally the locals were pissed off by him. He came midseason with NEC already on top of Dutch second division by some distance from the second placed team and somehow they lost form and failed to achieve promotion.


 

 

 

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30 Nov 2018 09:23:10
Corrected, thank you Ed001.

{Ed001's Note - that's ok, just wanted to make it clear for everyone reading.}


 

 

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05 Oct 2018 11:29:10
His joke about the spices is absolutely hilarious.

{Ed001's Note - enough about Hummels, what about McIntyre?}


 

 

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05 Oct 2018 10:13:50
My favorite comedian McIntyre.

{Ed001's Note - is that a bad joke? Maybe one of his?}


 

 

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11 Jul 2018 09:34:52
For me Mr Ed002, football is an entertainment business. I, for one am very entertained by watching Klopps Liverpool team play pro-active and high octane football. We haven't won anything as of yet, down to numerous reasons one being Klopp so im not questioning you on every angle but i can assure you as a fan of this club, speaking on behalf of most supporters we are fully behind him. There is a lot of abuse towards players, as you have noted and i fully agree that some of the fans that abuse our own players instead of getting behind them is atrocious. However, we back the manager and yet we are made to feel stupid for backing him by yourself, contradiction much?

Clearly you are an intelligent man but this would seem very personal toward Liverpool supporters apposed to being a fair critique. Just my opinion, hope you take it on the chin old chap.

{Ed002's Note - Nobody is questioning whether the fans are behind Klopp or not. If you feel stupid, that is because in such situations in the past the fans have turned on the coaches and not only the players - vandalising Anfield to get coaches out is one old trick. I think you will find I have done nothing but been entirely honest about Liverpool supporters so you whinong dig at me is no more than embarrassing for you in my eyes.}


 

 

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05 Jan 2018 11:35:44
I don't normally agree with Ed002 but will side with him/ her on this occasion.

Can and his agent have shown nothing but an exemplary attitude even though the player is looking for pastures new. Like any normal human in a normal job, sometimes its time for change and footballers are no different. You would never ever have thought he was looking for out, his mind and heart hasn't been elsewhere, no faking of injuries or spewing off to the media he has got his head down and concentrated on his work.

How we as fans have rewarded this is by slagging him off and condemning him to 'rot in the reserves' in a year where a world cup is taking place. Emre Can has given us good service and has given everything to the LFC cause since he arrived. Show a bit of class and humility, wish the guy all the best and bloody move on.


 

 

 

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30 Nov 2018 09:25:54
Lucas was a sensational person at Liverpool. A few people i know at LFC said he was excellent with the younger players behind the scenes. He'd also help in coaching with the smaller ones too, just a genuinely great man.


 

 

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15 Nov 2018 09:36:01
Thank you Salah,

i feel we set the bar so high in terms of performance last year that our expectation this year is to do the same. A lot has to do (in my opinion of course) with the back room change. Buvac was the maveric that likes the ploy of 'you score 1 we'll score 2". Ljinders is cautious and it is bringing out the best of our defence. As i said in my previous post, we look much more seasoned and calmer now, not the 10 goal thrillers of last season but we aren't conceding silly goals anymore which is fantastic.

The old saying, goals win you games but clean sheets win you titles springs to mind!

BRover, thank you also,

Very excited to see that Naby in a red shirt, im filled with confidence that his signing will elevate our play. Interesting what you said about Bayern and the press, can't wait to seem him and Ox play together. That high octane football will be an absolute joy with Fabinho sitting in behind picking up the pieces. Like i say, Fab is just settling in and gelling but once he does he will set like concrete in our midfield.


 

 

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09 Nov 2018 09:01:45
So are we financially competing in that case or are LFC under irresponsible owners?

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool has a growing debt, that has been dealt with before. The owners are more than keen to win the league. Klopp cam with the promise to do so without spending money. He was not good to his word but they owners have been throwing money at the club in a desperate attempt at getting success. Practically there has to be an end to this.}


 

 

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09 Nov 2018 08:40:34
Correct me if im wrong but, isn't that what Manchester City have done/ are doing?

{Ed002's Note - Right, and they have done it.}


 

 

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09 Nov 2018 08:06:45
Not really though are we, just financially keeping up with the other clubs.

{Ed002's Note - No, Liverpool are borrowing to spend more and more to try to win the league.}