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21 Apr 2016 16:12:37
Heard a late April Fools today, apparently Michael Owen is an international ambassador for LFC, the things some people make up eh.

Super

1.) 21 Apr 2016 17:22:24
Looks like it's true. according to the Echo anyway.
Can't see many LFC fans (including myself) being happy with Owen being International Ambassador for our Club!


2.) 21 Apr 2016 19:03:49
Judas.


3.) 21 Apr 2016 19:20:31
I'm not sure I'd call Owen a judas, I'm not sure how many offers he had when he went to United, but I know it was pay as you play, not sure how many offers he had on the table, but in a choice between retiring and playing for United, I think most players would take that option.


4.) 21 Apr 2016 19:21:26
Send him to our Syrian embassy 😄.


5.) 21 Apr 2016 19:36:26
so obviously you haven't heard the recording of him saying effinell we need 2 now after we scored at O. T in Europa?
vile little welch man he's not even English he sh*t on his national team Wales too. I hope one of his horses mount him :-)


6.) 21 Apr 2016 21:44:08
Born in Chester - makes him well and truly English. Scoring ratio better than Robbie's, no point in talking to unknowledgable LFC fans who have a go at him for leaving for a 10 million free, whilst at the same time accepting that McManaman let his contact run down and left on a free.


7.) 22 Apr 2016 07:37:36
I'm delighted. Means he will be less likely to do commentary on our games now I would think.


8.) 22 Apr 2016 08:04:30
John B - personally I think he's scum for three reasons in this order:

1) because he's a nasty toe-rag and a bully who used his position as a young graduate into the first team to bully the u21 players.

2) because he is so boring to listen to as a pundit, with such poor commentary, I find it personally offensive.

3) because Liverpool made him but he never showed even the slightest bit of contrition or gratitude to the club that made him, gave him the reputation he rode for the rest of his career and supported him through a succession of injuries that ruined season after season because he couldn't stop them and wouldn't work with a partner who could support us through them.

Is that knowledgeable enough for you? Do I have your permission to hate his ratty face?

{Ed001's Note - more importantly he threw tantrum after tantrum about Fowler, until Houllier felt he had to choose between the two of them.}


9.) 22 Apr 2016 12:41:00
Hahaha Hjijle great knowledge👌.


10.) 22 Apr 2016 19:00:33
Some mates of mine worked on a extension at his gaff, it was stipulated no one was to ever speak to him, one guy broke the rule, off the job within the hour. Cock!


11.) 22 Apr 2016 19:00:33
Some mates of mine worked on a extension at his gaff, it was stipulated no one was to ever speak to him, one guy broke the rule, off the job within the hour. Cock!


 

 

17 Jun 2014 20:35:42
Hi Eds, watching Mexico reminded me, what's happening with Ochoa? Isn't he a free agent? Not Liverpool related I know but I didn't know what other rumours site to post this on!

Super

{Ed002's Note - Ochoa will move within France I expect.}


1.) Looked a decent stopper at least. No idea if he's a good keeper though.


2.) Wasn't ge linked with arsenal and a couple other top club's when he was moving from Mexico eds? I'd nearly forgotten about him once he moved to France was very surprised he didn't go somewhere bigger

{Ed002's Note - There will only ever be a small finite number of clubs looking for goalkeepers.}


3.) He's a very good shot stopper but doesn't command his area well enough and can be shaky under crosses, we already have a top shot-stopper so he wouldn't be for us. Reckon he's doing a good job of drumming up more interest in himself though and a Champions league club could give him a shot.


 

 

 

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12 Aug 2017 10:40:22
Anyone else really pee'd off with this whole Coutinho situation? It's becoming like a soap opera! Phil says he will only leave if amicable, then hands in a transfer request, as the club relseases statements about not allowing him to leave - its embarrassing! So now, if he leaves, we look like we've been proper mugged off, if he stays it is blatantly obvious we are hanging onto him against his will which just looks desperate. If he wants to go just let him go, we don't need players who don't want to be here, however good they are.

Give me a nudge when it's all over.

Super

 

 

06 May 2017 22:02:32
My tv has just given up

We always have a smashing game when I'm not watching

We could do with winning by 6

Is this a sign?

Super

1.) 07 May 2017 00:02:23
I hope so. We owe Southampton a good kicking this season.


 

 

06 May 2017 12:22:26
So since we have not regularly been playing CL football we have struggled to attract and sign top players (I'm thinking Sanchez, Willian etc), and apparently now M'bappe is not interested in United (not sure how true that is, not that it matters), and they could potentially struggle without CL football. What is it with modern footballers? Is it that they lack the confidence to recognise the contribution they could make to push a team to better things? Or is it just about ego, money and status? Or do they literally just want the fake sense of glory by jumping on the back of an already successful team and taking some of theirs? Are there any players out there who have the ambition to bring glory and success to struggling team? What Ed said earlier about Alan Shearer made me think about this.

Super

1.) 06 May 2017 14:16:17
Is this not why Klopp has said we will only be signing players who was the to be at Liverpool to play and not for the money?
On another matter, where the heck are Palace? Not at the Etihad for sure.


2.) 06 May 2017 16:57:26
Super i am allways thinking exactly the same. its a sad state about the modern footballer, sad really.


3.) 06 May 2017 17:23:57
Can't blame them to be honest their playing careers don't exactly have much longevity. They're like everyone else want quick gratification, and there's nothing more satisfying then them playing in the Champions league. Speaking of which will brexit affect English teams participating in Europe?


4.) 06 May 2017 17:56:40
I imagine it would be a similar process to how players are currently signed from outside of the EU. I bet Ed02 has an idea? I also bet somewhere in the depths of the archive this has been answered previously!

{Ed002's Note - Brexit has nothing to do with Europa competitions.}


5.) 06 May 2017 18:19:31
It's he modern day footballer, really. Many of them are not willing to do the hard graft of making it with a team of promise. They prefer to go to a team that is always in the CL, fighting for titles and want to command first team football (in their contracts, for some) without them even wanting to fight for their place. This is why Klopp said if you are not interested in helping us push the wagon, then you can jog on cos we need players with the heart and zeal to do the hard graft to help us succeed. Now one can disagree or agree with this but it is what it is hence, we need to be in the CL consistently first while at the same time building momentum for a PL challenge cos CL consistently, can definitely be a good bargaining chip in getting you the players you want going forward.


6.) 07 May 2017 09:55:46
Would you.

If i granted you the skill pf coutinho now would you stay at west ham for the rest of your career.

You only have 1 life.


 

 

06 May 2017 09:03:37
After the things Trent has been saying recently, I really hope he gets a decent chance next season, and I don't mean a few run outs in the early stages of the league cup.

Super

1.) 06 May 2017 18:31:00
Klopp wants him in the team next season but he wants Trent to work on his defensive side.


 

 

21 Jan 2017 10:42:46
A question for Ed1, if you're about. A few seasons back you said that you thought Son HM would be an ideal signing for Liverpool (before he signed for Spurs) . Now he has had time in the EPL, do you still think the same?

Cheers

Super

{Ed001's Note - yes, he has had trouble adjusting to life in England as well as playing in the Premier League, but that wasn't helped by joining Spurs. Not because Spurs are an issue per se, but because of how his chances to play fell to him there. They were playing poorly when he got a run in the team, and he was under immense pressure to deliver goals while not getting the chances to put away.

He would not have had the same issues for us, as we have always had scoring options and creative options to help out, whereas Spurs are incredibly reliant on Kane. Son's confidence was hit. He is not an out and out goalscorer, which is what they needed, so he was the wrong fit for the position they bought. For us, he would have been another option in the front three, to add workrate and trickery, rather than purely goals.

I have my doubts it will work for him at Spurs, as they won't buy the strikers to take the pressure off him. It is not the Levy way!}


1.) 21 Jan 2017 10:58:47
Thanks for the reply Ed, interesting to read your comments. I don't watch enough football to observe these things, usually only watch our games and the ones that may have an impact on our position. I think it's easy to assume a player doesn't suit the league rather than not suiting a club. Do you think things would have worked out differently for Depay if he had joined us rather than Utd? Whilst many, probably most were excited about the prospect of him joining us, I think most of us now feel like we dodged a bullet!

{Ed025's Note - hes a screwball super and i think we all dodged one there, you need to watch more footy though mate, why not give the blues a watch and then you can dream of being part of a real club......after all..we are the peoples club.. :)


2.) 21 Jan 2017 11:22:07
Broken record


3.) 21 Jan 2017 11:17:41
My partner is from a family where there is a healthy reds and blues mix, so whilst she is a red, she always likes to see Everton do well. We do actually watch a fair amount of Everton games, I do have a huge amount of respect for your club, just not enough to want to see you do better than us!

{Ed025's Note - there is nothing wrong with a bit of friendly banter super in fact its healthy, but there is a line and we all have to realize that mate..


4.) 21 Jan 2017 11:23:35
Have to agree with Ed025 on this one. The lad was not ready for a big move and he is too immature to deal with it. Also nothing like as good as he thinks he is, so needs to work on his game, which he doesn't do enough of. It was a lucky escape for sure.


5.) 21 Jan 2017 11:42:22
Sorry Ed025 but you contradict yourself. First you say he should watch more footy, then you suggest he watch the blues. you're just confusing the lad.

{Ed025's Note - good stuff annie..but dont give up your day job mate.. :)


6.) 21 Jan 2017 12:12:13
Well said Ed 25
Banter is what this page is all about. But their are people on here that don't know the meaning of it. Us reds should never mention the lack of trophies over the other side of the park, that is just mean and hurtful. Or that when everton are trying to sign players they have to tell them what city they are in. "Yes we are in Liverpool aswell" almost always followed by "of course we can get your family season tickets to anfield".

{Ed025's Note - totally agree GK but it has to work both ways mate, at the derby there were some vile chants from blues fans that disgusted me, to be honest its the first time i have been ashamed to be associated with the club, i just thank god its a minority of brainless idiots who seem intent on spoiling it for the majority of decent fans who can have a bit of banter without it becoming spiteful and evil, dont get me wrong its not just everton fans mate, maybe its a social problem but whatever it is i wish it would disappear and we could get back to the time when reds and blues walked to the match together and came home the same whatever the result, but maybe thats just me being nostalgic..


 

 

 

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31 Oct 2017 14:50:21
Makes me sick, he knows full well he is having a shocker at the moment, and that will be enough to dent his confidence without this from so called supporters. We need to be behind all our players, all the time, regardless of whether they are in form or not. We should be encouraging them not slagging them off.

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18 Jun 2017 19:44:25
Omg the election drama has completely thrown me off football - I can only dealing with one thing stressing me out at a time! Ward is staying? What is the club smoking?

Super

 

 

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29 May 2017 10:38:49
I would just play Ojo instead personally.

Super

 

 

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25 May 2017 11:18:20
There is no way DW should be third choice, I forgot we even signed Manninger until he was mentioned recently! Hopefully Huddersfield will be promoted and he can go on loan again for a year.

Super

{Ed002's Note - I think that would be a great solution for all concerned. However, it is worth noting that Huddersfiedl have already enquired about Alex Smithies as a replacement.}


 

 

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12 Apr 2017 19:51:22
I'm not bothered if we sign him or not. Been proved wrong far too many times to rely on my own instincts regarding how successful players would be for us. Massively disappointed with signing Studge (wanted Walcott instead), didn't rate Mane, wasn't bothered about Coutinho, or Lallana, was well excited about Balotelli, and thought Suso was going to be one of the best midfielders in the league. We're probably not interested in the Ox, but I'll reserve judgment and leave it to the experts I think!

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11 Sep 2017 20:07:51
I'm gutted Mane will miss a few games, but a red card is not really a shocking result from that incident. I don't think anyone believes it was intentional, but of course he was endangering an opponent, as the outcome proves. Being the type of player he is, Mane was always going to go for the ball, and I don't think anyone begrudges him that, but having your foot that high in the air, travelling at that speed, towards someone else inevitably going for the same ball isn't going to end well. Players have been sent off for much less. Think we should just suck it up and move on. These things happen sometimes don't they, and for those who feel we are hard done by, I'm sure there will be many occasions this season where a decision goes our way and balances things out.

Super

 

 

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13 Jul 2017 12:21:45
Got to agree with Ed, don't understand why we are after VVD, esp at that price, while we should have other priorities.

Super

 

 

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03 Jun 2017 14:53:23
What a team that would be, and great bench as well!

Super

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02 Jun 2017 17:08:06
The bit I'm confused about is the throwing the kitchen sink at Southampton to sign VVD, when CB is not a priority, but letting Mendy slip through our fingers when we were so desperate for a LB that we shoehorned a CM/ winger in there last season. I'll reserve judgement on the rest for now. I don't think spending £100+ million on a show pony ego like Greizmann is a good shout, not Klopps style, but I don't think we should be scrimping on priority positions like LB or LW.

Super

 

 

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29 May 2017 22:27:42
Mignolet has had a great second half of the season, and I think we can be unnecessarily harsh on him. It's not like he wants to make silly mistakes! But hasn't he done this before? Stepped up when he might lose his spot and then get complacent again when the number one spot looks like it's his. Karius had a dodgy start, showed his lack of experience and of course everyone notices because he is a keeper, and he was getting a lot of flack for it. However, you have to question when the last time we had a decent performing goalkeeper was. Pepe under Rafa? Surely our GK coach (however much of a nice bloke Achterberg is) must have a part to play in this? I really want things to work out for Karius, so I hope he can have a fresh start next season and we can all get behind him.

Super