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22 Jul 2016 07:19:07
I believe GW will be the better signing out of him and Mane. I don't KNOW like none of us do, but I do like the player (I like Mane too) and FGS we got FIFTY MILLION for STERLING. In Klopp I trust. YNWA.

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1.) 22 Jul 2016 10:16:05
Yea, I hear ya. Better than mane. Like we expect anything of him. Mane won't do anything and probably wijnaldum wouldn't do anything + 1. So there is your better. We are again collecting players nobody wants for attrocious money. Waiting for next year when we will be dying to offload both. Talk about the need to trim the squad. But first let's add more dead weight stuff that's no better than what we already have. Next signing if it ain't a LB will tell you exactly how our manager is. To add to what already is bonkers is both the players have shown at their previous clubs that they are exactly the opposite of what klopp expects of his players.


2.) 22 Jul 2016 11:21:57
I agree toolkit! Good post - think ak needs to take some chill pills and trust a bit in the manager who, let's face it, is far more qualified than any of us!


3.) 22 Jul 2016 15:23:18
L8, Nobody is trying to say that any of us are more qualified than Klopp so that is a false argument. Ak like myself, are airing our concerns about a player even Spurs stepped away from and Rafa did not even try to stop from leaving. Doesn`t that say something? Klopp might be the manager but he isn`t perfect and makes mistakes and should be called out when he does. Will Wijnaldum be a mistake? time will tell and I hope he`s not because that`s another 25m down the drain on an impulse signing. And the comparison between mane and GW is ludicrous. Toolkit, Mane`s fee is high but his ability is exactly what we need and is better than Milner, Lallana and GW based on their Prem history. we are allowed to air our concerns about a player coming in so don`t slate us if all you have to counter our argument is "optimism" and "trust the manager" as that is not the point of the debate. I can trust a manager and still have my concerns. They are not mutually exclusive.


 

 

 

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22 Jul 2016 06:53:14
Oh Cincy at least the inarticulate nature and misunderstandings in your posts offer entertaining reading to those requiring a little smile. Rum's point ultimately is "get behind your team, it's manager, and it's players and future players" - negativity before they even kick a ball for us is not a trait true fans would possess.

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22 Oct 2015 20:04:49
Being loud and over vocal does not make a good captain. In my opinion saying and doing the right things are important but they can be said without being what some consider vocal. Joey Barton for example is as vocal a player as I have seen. A decent captain? Nope! I think if your players can hear your messages of and on pitch and see your actions too off and on pitch and agree and follow them then you make a decent captain.

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22 Oct 2015 18:40:53
I think there is a subtle difference between a motivator and a leader. The manager should definitely be a leader no doubt but I think if you have a very decent leader off the pitch then an on field motivator is key for the 11 playing staff. Just an opinion but I think Gerard was an excellent motivator and you can absolutely "motivate by example" as I believe he did. Like I say just an opinion. For what it is worth I agree that people voting whether they thought Gerard was a very decent captain or not does not create a fact if those voting were the players in his squad then it counts significantly. I wonder therefore how his teammates might have voted? I suspect positively.

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