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16 Mar 2017 20:40:19
Ed002 ypu mentioned ledt wongers further down the page.

Also are we looking for a left footer or no preference?

Supermane96

{Ed002's Note - I have told you the players Liverpool are interested in and all you did was trash them. You are just coming up with random names - nothing to do with Liverpool.}


1.) 16 Mar 2017 21:40:48
Just pointed out some failings tbh as a lot of fans wherw already tipping said player as the next messiah.

We have better.

Thanks for the response!


2.) 16 Mar 2017 23:55:30
Julian Brandt, Rafa Silva and Malcom seemed the most likely from the podcast.

Rafa Silva at 24/ 25 years old, is an instant improvement to our first team. Real top quality player. He has pace, excellent control, finishes well and has a sublime weight of passing. Always looks to turn and go forward as well.

Brandt and Malcom would offer more balance to the front 3 than we currently have in Coutinho but at 19/ 20 they are much more raw.

Ed002 also mentioned Jacob Murphy, who I had never heard of to be honest. Internet search suggests he is a right winger though and also quite young at just 22. Additionally, Inaki Williams was mentioned but he is a striker who can play right wing and doesn't really do enough for me to justify the hefty price on his head.


3.) 17 Mar 2017 11:11:53
Rafa Silva doesn't score enough for all the talking and skills he shows on the pitch. Another player who cut inside very much like Coutinho.

Never heard about both Malcom and Murphy but it looks like we are going the same route again. But U19's on bargain price and polish then to sell on a higher money.

I am sorry if you really want to challenge the likes of Chelsea, UTD and City next year you need much more than kids who will buckle up on pressure.

What is Klopp thinking?

We should be looking at the likes of Insigne.

I would rather harry Wilson on Ojo than kids of other clubs.


4.) 17 Mar 2017 12:02:17
Agree with Harry here. I will be disappointed if the club splurges more money on more teenagers this summer. We need proven talent that can deliver immediately for the next 3-4 seasons while Ojo and Co mature. Not more youngsters to compete 3-4 seasons from now with the huge number of youngsters already at the club. Players like Malcom and Murphy hopefully will not come here and block Ojo and Woodburn's progress. Why not just spend a little bit more on the likes of Douglas Costa who would deliver instantly and provides the width and pace our frontline so desperately needs in Mane's absence?


5.) 17 Mar 2017 16:38:15
I am literally disappointed with the our targets for the summer atm. The names Boss mentioned on the podcast wouldn't improve us one bit except Brandt who is going other way.

The club have learned nothing from the past. It is a plonker idea to buy kids from other academy when you have an expensive facility with you.

There is a reason Arsenal over the years has won nothing.

Can someone explain me why are we buying sesaangon when he wouldn't start for the first team?


6.) 17 Mar 2017 16:40:55
Insigne will be very expensive and trust me, you don't wanna deal with the Napoli owner DeLaurentis. He is a nuts. Just ask Rafa. We should be targeting players who not only can improve us but most importantly, want to come here. Not sure Insigne fits the bill.

We got Matip, Mane and Wij who are not really household names worldwide BUT have improved us tremendously. Said type of players is what we need, not random names of young players seen on the web or youtube or players who don't wanna come here.


7.) 17 Mar 2017 16:44:20
Rafa Silva definitely scores goals Harry. He usually averages a goal every 4 games over the course of a season. He matches that with a similar number of assists as well.

He missed the first half of the season with injury this year, but has come back flying and looks to be getting back to his best. He isn't injury prone by the way for anyone worrying. He is a 40-50 games a season player normally.

He would be a very good signing in my opinion.


8.) 17 Mar 2017 18:10:03
I have faith but the level of players we're being linked with compared to the players the teams we're trying to compete with quite worrying. I'm all for building for the future, but surely we need players who will improve the team with immediate effect.? Just a bit worried about being left behind, I guess.

NB, haven't listened to the pod yet - will do on the way home.


9.) 17 Mar 2017 18:28:53
TQ if you ever are worried, then just remember we signed Mane and Gini for about half the price of Pogba and Mkhitaryan.

The status of the player is really not that important.


10.) 17 Mar 2017 20:13:29
Fair point, although money's not the issue as Utd can clearly afford it. And when you hear them being linked with the likes of Griezemann, you can't help but be a bit worried.

I take you point, though; big names don't always mean top quality.


 

 

04 Mar 2017 16:15:07
Klopp on transfers sounds like he's putting pressure on the board.

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02 Mar 2017 03:24:04
Ed with regards to sponsorship.

Do liverpool ever try to sponsor people or companies etc.

Someone like conor mcgregor (hes only come to my mine because he's just give a goodluck message to one of our academt players)

But for example offer him 1 mil a year to wear our badge on his shorts or get some pictures in a liverpool kit.

Or popular instagram people who aren't celebs but got 9 mil followers. Maybe get them to throw a liverpool poster in thr background on one of there selfies. Just might spark fans of these guys to want to follow the same stuff as them.

Sounds proper daft but just wondering.

Supermane96

{Ed002's Note - I don't know who Conor Mcgregor is but no, Liverpool seek not give out sponsorship.}


1.) 02 Mar 2017 12:16:29
Most famous UFC fighter in the world ed!

{Ed002's Note - I had to look up UFC and know nothing of anything like that - and there is no way on this earth that Liverpool would be sponsoring that sort of thing.}


2.) 02 Mar 2017 13:46:40
No i didn't mean the fighting or anything ed i just meant him.

Throw him some liverpool scarfs and maybe a liverpool top and have him get some selfies in them away from the ufc. he's huge like and irish. Just thought with someone who attracts so nuch media attention would be good for us.

Its just the same way around as clubs getting sponsored because of there reach with the people whose products etc applie to. Nivea for instance.

{Ed002's Note - No, that is never going to happen.}


3.) 02 Mar 2017 23:41:17
Put him in defence
If the rest didn't buck up he'd kick 7 colours out of them.


 

 

17 Feb 2017 11:31:16
Just watch this the next time you lose sight about klopp and this team.

Supermane96

1.) 17 Feb 2017 13:10:43
Thanks supermane. . I was there. What a game. ynwa.


2.) 17 Feb 2017 13:17:04
And lost to Emery, Banega and Krychowaik in the final quite easily.


3.) 17 Feb 2017 13:51:47
Still sends shivers up the spine. Up there with Istanbul.


4.) 17 Feb 2017 16:07:51
Harry to be fair, Sevilla are a very good team and their squad had far more experience in European competition and major finals than we did.

Losing those finals last year was gutting for the fans, so imagine how the players felt. It is part of the learning curve to becoming a top player. Initial failure makes you more hungry to succeed. If it doesn't then you lack character. That applies not only to football, but to all walks of life.

My last employers made me redundant. In hindsight, they probably could've found me a new role within their ranks but I gave them no reason to. I was consistently late for work, took way too many breaks, constantly used my phone, and yet I was always the first person out the door come the end of the day.

So since taking my new role I have consciously changed. I am the first in the door, take minimal breaks, rarely touch my phone except for emergencies and do enough overtime to consider it a second job!

I failed and it made me want to succeed. Footballers should be no different. Tasting defeat will only make them hungry for victory. It is a necessary part of becoming great. And if it doesn't? Well then they never will be great will they and they can retire with runners up medals and be forgotten about.

Every player who walks through the door at Anfield has the platform to become a legend; a cult hero. If they lack the substance for that alone to inspire them to be the best they can be, Klopp will make sure the door hits them on the way out. That you can count on.


5.) 17 Feb 2017 17:06:46
Playing a team who had won the tournament twice in a row, compared to our team who didn't even have a european finalist in its ranks. or even semi finalists? Maybe sturrige in the chelsea squad.

As the next poster said we will learn from that and hopefully during a champions league campaign next year will be better prepared :)

But captain negative you will always find a problem.


6.) 17 Feb 2017 17:18:50
Still gives me goose bumps every time I watch it.


7.) 17 Feb 2017 17:55:05
MK, unlike you the players didn't exactly take their opportunities in the two cups this year mate so not everyone can or will change.


8.) 17 Feb 2017 18:07:17
Same old, we let in soft goals in both Finals, against top teams, you cannot give them a goal start and expect to win .


9.) 17 Feb 2017 18:10:26
@Mathematics
"And lost to Emery, Banega and Krychowaik in the final quite easily. "

Deary me, at least we reached our first European final in who knows how long under Klopp along with that lost the match to the a team who had won the Europa League twice in a row and then went onto win it in 2015/ 16 too making it three times in a row.

2 + 1 equals how much Mathematics?


10.) 17 Feb 2017 18:19:37
Anyone who watched that game should have known that we would have a hard time winning it. Why? Whe we went one up, Sevilla never panicked nor got disjointed. They just kept playing their game. That was experience talking as the team who played the final the year before, played last year's final bar Bacca and one other I can't remember. As soon as Moreno (shocking) gave them a chance to equalize, they just took over the game and we couldn't respond. I agree that Klopp could and should have done more to help the players and he admitted that BUT they were just too strong for us on the day. As for the BVB game, LEGEND!


11.) 17 Feb 2017 18:53:27
that video brought back some amazing emotions, what a game! Supporting our club is never a smooth ride and that game epitomises everything we are about. I believe in klopp even if Harry's already written him off, I'm sure he'll be on here next week with a random name we should employ instead of klopp.


12.) 17 Feb 2017 19:13:10
Thanks for posting Ed. I thought the first part was ok, I edited and toned down what I really wanted to say to Harry. obviously was still deemed offensive. Thanks again anyway, you do great jobs.


13.) 17 Feb 2017 19:17:20
How many times has this Harry guy changed his profile name?


14.) 17 Feb 2017 19:19:32
Don't understand why you felt the need to post that, Harry? What has losing the final got to do with the Dortmund game?
Yeah, we lost, but doesn't take away from the amazing emotions felt in those 90 mins, which I guess was what the OP was alluding to.
I have wanted to ask you for ages why you post, because it's pretty much always negative (unless you're talking about other teams and how sensational their players are) .
You have always talked a lot of borderline nonsense, but I remember when it used to be quite positive and supportive. Nowadays, you just seem to be following the trend of slagging the team and almost like when we fail as it vindicates your thoughts and opinions.
I'm pretty sure you'll disagree and argue here, but the fact of the matter is that you are one of these modern fans who moans and enjoys when we mess up. You'd rather us fail and you be correct as opposed to supporting us.
I'm not for one minute saying we should blindly support and not question things at all, but constructive criticism is more beneficial in my opinion.
Like I said before, been meaning to question you're thinking on this type of thing for a good while, as it's getting boring reading how poor we are and how we should follow other teams' blueprints in order to succeed.
Sorry if this comes off offensive, it's actually more a general query with regards to why you post these things and your train of thought when 'supporting' your team?


15.) 17 Feb 2017 21:25:03
Perfectly put forward maneonfire! I thought I was the only one thinking it and was being a bit harsh on Harry. Seems it's not just me!


16.) 17 Feb 2017 21:54:29
It didn't stop Liverpool winning the Champions League in 05 Supermane/ Adam.


17.) 17 Feb 2017 21:46:19
Everyone has a reason when you loose. Some genuine . Some rubbish and some completely out of the blue. Aa far as I remember from this same page we went into the finals as favorites after beating Villarreal quite comfortably.


18.) 17 Feb 2017 23:57:11
We were never "favourites" with their pedigree in the competition! That's rubbish.


19.) 18 Feb 2017 11:04:00
That is false, Harry and you know it. No way were we favs for that game vs the two time defending champs of the EL. Stop posting falsehoods in a bid to slate Klopp. If you want to criticize him for the loss, there re things to pick out BUT don't make things up and use them as facts. You're better than that, mate.


20.) 18 Feb 2017 11:11:26
Welshred84, to be fair, we were indeed favourite after we defeat Dortmund, Villarreal. Even more do when we went a goal up. But we expended so much energy gegenpressing in 1st half we lost it totally 2nd half. I think Emery saw that chink in armour and ask His players to sit deep and play quick passes to bypass pressing . 2nd half, the sevilla players came out charging and we were not prepared for it.


21.) 18 Feb 2017 14:05:54
Leek. Did they come out charging or did they sit deep? Two totally different things. You charge forward or you sit deep which is sitting back. Can't do them both the same time. Your analysis is way off. And we were never favourites, the way we got to the final was epic, emotional etc etc but Sevilla weren't the defending champions for nothing mate. They knew how to win the competition and we lacked experience in them situations. Fact.


22.) 18 Feb 2017 20:00:50
Welsh

We lost the battle in midfield in the second half against Sevilla while he refused to bring Henderson who was warming on the bench. We lost coz Klopp couldn't deal it.


 

 

11 Feb 2017 20:18:28
Good god talk about ungrateful glass half empty fans we have.

This time last year after 25 games we were on 35 points in 9th and apart from leicester noone was on 49.

Were 14 points better off. that's improvment

Were 1 off second. Right in the shampions league mix. Top of the top 6 league, haven't lost to any of them. Jist smashed title challengers tottenham all over the park. Got our fingers crossed that chelsea will lose and we can stay within 9 pf them ready for the season to start a fresh in two weeks.

Get a grip of yoselfs. Where fine and still better than last year which is the minimum of klipps job to improve us each year.

Ynwa. i know my faith never wavered this year. All my posts saod we would mash the spuds today. vindicated.

Supermane96

1.) 11 Feb 2017 21:57:45
we have been on a bad run that not only cost us in the league but also the cups as well, of course the fans weren't happy, I feel personally this season could have been so much better we had a great chance, I would however take a top 4 finish right now but becoming champions has to be our ultimate aim, we need to stop losing to teams title contenders should be beating first to make that happen.


2.) 11 Feb 2017 23:53:43
But fans expected the league after finishing 8th. What stupidity! that's why people are dissapointed.

Listen the following couldn't piss me off more.

Fans who don't expect the league are not bad fans. Every comment is alwayd we shouldn't be aiming for top 4 were liverpool we should be winning the league. and of course our history and prestige dictates that but our squad and circumstances DO F NOT.

Where building toward that but again even after 1 league title we might not win it again for another 5/ 6 years. So if were not winning it do people refuse to use the words where having a good season.

Its only chelsea who are doing really great.

United WORLD RECORD PLAYER, mourinho, 150 mil spent are behind us.

City 120 million front 3, guadiola are potentially just 3 above us.

Where all having solid seasons but expectations are telling you all where not and that's why you probably don't enjoy football and are constantly renouncing your faith in it after each and every loss.

Just take a step back and see where we end up and enjoy the wins like today along the way!


3.) 12 Feb 2017 01:01:36
I can see what you are saying mane, but we have to change our mentality, the owners want the title we have gone far too long without one, how many more years can we be in transition, plus we have spent plenty of cash ourselves as I said I would take top 4 now but I cannot help but feel we could have had so much more this season, we put ourselves in a great position only for this wretched run to put the mockers on that, as for being patient I personally have been patient since 1990 waiting for Liverpool fc to deliver title number 19.


4.) 12 Feb 2017 07:02:04
I have to agree with kingkenny here, 1 win in 10 and out of all three competitions in the space of a couple of weeks is disappointing for any set of fans not just us. Of course people are going to be disappointed, but I agree some people have been over the top. I think you make some good points but you start your post in the most passive aggressive way as if people shouldn't have been disappointed or that we should be happy to have just been in a position to challenge but then lose that to the teams we lost it too. That's a very beta way of thinking, and we won't be winners with that mentality. Did I expect the title even when we where 5 points behind, no I didn't, I knew that even if Chelsea where to drop points we would drop just as many if not more. But the disappointing part wasn't that we dropped off or didn't compete until the end of the season, it was who we lost to and the manner of our performances. We flicked a switch and received relegation form all of the sudden lol. Having said that, it was important not to overreact and know that we had the players and the manager to bounce back. Does this result mean we are going to be all find and dandy again though? It didn't after Chelsea. We will just have to wait and see. It's very easy for people like you to say 'see I told you so' or 'this should quieten up the haters' lol do you not see you are just as toxic and unbalanced as the fans calling for klopps head. Just say we needed this result, it was a brilliant performance and that this should be the result we build on, not use it as a stick to beat other rightfully disappointed fans.


5.) 12 Feb 2017 08:42:41
What are you not getting?

The owners mentality is to win the league
Klopps to win the league
Players to win the league
Fans to win the league

Each and every year

Are we good enough to win the league yet? NO

Should we not count finishing 8th and then say 3rd as an achievment, bexause going of that improvment. we qill win the league next year!

Realism is different from mentality.

Where a huge club. League winners!

But do you think were good enough trully. right now?

Last question is do you think klopp looks in yhe mirror at the start of the season and says i am aiming for 4th this year. No more n9 less? Come on now.


6.) 12 Feb 2017 12:04:16
Where did Chelsea finish last year?


7.) 12 Feb 2017 13:25:17
Supermane is posting some common sense and just see the world as it is, NOT as he would like it to be. We all want to win the PL BUT this squad still has holes in it that need filling. That is a fact. You can't win the PL with one great CB in Matip, nor a make shift LB in Milner, no replacement for Mane and the list goes on and on. If our great start to the season suckered you into thinking we could challenge for the PL vs teams further along in their squad development than we are, then that's your fault for not dreaming with your eyes open. The title was never on for me for the reasons above so we're good. Did the bad run affect me? Of course and hopefully lessons have been learned. But to the fans throwing your toys out of the pram cos we couldn't match a Chelsea team 2 season removed from winning the PL with the same squad and a great addition in Kante, then I can't helpyou there. Dream with your eyes open, fellow reds!


 

 

 

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24 Mar 2017 22:53:01
No mk its not.

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24 Mar 2017 08:59:19
Hesa a good player. Better than what we have (who we are currently in the top 4 with) and will certaintly improve us. If we can challenge for the league with skrtel in the side then we can with van dijk.

And.

Sorry 87 but there premierleague winning defenders. premier league winners! They can do what ever they want now. because (you guessed it) there premier league winners.

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23 Mar 2017 23:19:50
End of the day wethers he over rsted or not. He is better than what we have and will certaintly compliment matip

So its a no brainer. there's always better players but it doesn't mean you can't win the league without them.

Morgan huth?

We don't have neymar messi or syarez so shall we just give up.

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19 Mar 2017 19:23:33
4 ahead of united and they have 2 in hand. #nightmare.

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16 Mar 2017 20:38:56
Costa or lemar for me.

Wicked left footers.

Will add pace and corners/ free kicks
Which we are seriously missing.

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25 Mar 2017 12:28:19
1/ Striker who works hard and scores 20

2/ Striker who works harder but scores 8

You pick.

Agree for the choic3 number 1 and disagree for choice number 2.

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25 Mar 2017 12:27:00
Faith. you mean fans and pundits.

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24 Mar 2017 17:20:08
We need someone who works hard but also scores.

Why does everyone assume its one or the othet my point eas goals come first but he still needs to work hard.

But working hard isn't goood enougj with the goals.

Simples.

Play him in place of lallana if you want his work rate but gettint a goal machine uo there will see us better placed to succeed

I want it to be firmino btw but he's got to start scoring.

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24 Mar 2017 16:28:09
You can get steikers who work hars and get 20 a season.

At cam id take him all day long that's a 7 g 7 a position right them

But the top job needs to be someone whose getting 20. Its so important.

And why is it then fair to put all that goal scoring pressure on thr lw, cam and rw.

Manes on 12 cous on 7 (think) and lallana 8?

It ain't getting much better than that fellas.

Either firmino starts scoring or we get someone who will.

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24 Mar 2017 08:55:10
Whats the point of a striker if he's not. scoring 20 a season?

There are pleanty of strikwrs who worl hard and score.

All his other attributes are pointless if he's not smashin the goals in.

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