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08 Dec 2015 09:43:07
Hi eds, is someone having a laugh suggesting 18million for Rossi? Please tell me we're not interested.

WelshScouse

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any interest from Liverpool.}


1.) 08 Dec 2015 13:45:30
Someone to compete with Sturridge. For time out injured, that is.


2.) 08 Dec 2015 14:10:25
Perhaps the strategy is if we have Pato, Rossi, Sturridge in the squad we might be able to get at least one of them on the pitch between them.


3.) 09 Dec 2015 00:00:17
Will prefer drogba or ibra or eto . at least they are fit most of time.


4.) 09 Dec 2015 01:36:52
To be fair zimbo, pato has played nearly 50 games this calendar year. Least I read that. Scored 25 or so goals, don't know the exact number.


5.) 09 Dec 2015 07:59:43
Is there any hope of Ings returning this January, i am in agreement with Klop's direction, stop buying finished products, start COACHING those you have on ground and moving only those who are unteachable.

{Ed001's Note - Ings is out for the season.}


 

 

 

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14 May 2017 08:38:39
Good morning Eds and reds, Hope everyone is well and looking forward to a good game today. I hear a lot of chat on here recently about Everton rolling over next week and allowing Arsenal to beat them just to get one over on us. I'd just like to say, I think that's very disrespectful to a club the size of Everton. People will point to the fact that it's happened before but has it? Were they having an off day? Realistically, if you've seen some of our weaker performances this season, it could be portrayed that we were rolling over and letting the other team have points because we have been awful at points. And also, if this is how professional teams work now, surely it's happy days for us today because that would mean, with West Ham hating arsenal and being city rivals, that means they're just going to let us win today to get one over on Arsenal surely? Doesn't sound to realistic does it? At the end of the day, we've played 36 games this season, we only have two games left and we have left it in our hands to qualify for the champions league so let's not build up controversy about who will let who win and concentrate on supporting the team and cheering them on over the finish line. Good luck today boys and let's show everyone how much we want this.

WelshScouse

{Ed025's Note - love it welsh..


1.) 14 May 2017 08:54:17
Cheers ed, it's true though, anyone suggesting that in the future should be directed to the conspiracy page.

{Ed025's Note - your right there welsh..


2.) 14 May 2017 10:11:01
I think that's a great post. As you say, are West Ham going to roll over for us, I really don't think so.


3.) 14 May 2017 13:00:23
While I don't expect WestHam to roll over, it wouldn't surprise me if Everton does.
The rivalry between Everton and Liverpool isn't the same as WestHam and Arsenal. It's something like Roma and Lazio.
And when Roma were chasing Inter years ago for the league title, I can remember Lazio rolling over. and Lazio fans were even cheering when Inter scored against them.
Liverpool should just focus on winning the two games.


 

 

10 May 2017 20:47:47
Haven't been well last couple of days so not been on, now hear harry has left, tried to look over the posts to see what happened but not able to find anything, can someone advise what happened.

WelshScouse

{Ed025's Note - im not sure welsh but hope your feeling better mate..


1.) 10 May 2017 21:36:37
He threw his toys out the pram.
Spat out his dummy.
And had a man period (manstration)
he's taking some time out to make his Kovacic poster sticky, see you soon Harry 😁.


2.) 11 May 2017 03:27:00
Cheers ed, still not brilliant hence the reply this early but not as bad as I was.

{Ed025's Note - good to hear mate..


3.) 11 May 2017 09:23:01
Or a DEMONSstration.

I know my missus has them monthly.


 

 

07 May 2017 12:20:35
Quick question for ed01 if possible, as with most matches I spend the morning blasting out you'll never walk alone from you tube, from different matches, you can see when the crowd are so up for it, it really lifts the players, why can't we provide that atmosphere week in week out,

WelshScouse

{Ed001's Note - because the crowd are not always up for it. Times have changed from the days when it was the sole focus of everyone's life and so you were just buzzing to get to the game. Nowadays there are hundreds of distractions and a large portion of the crowd are there just to see it through their camera phone, rather than experience it and be a part of it. If it is a big game against a rival, then it gets built up all week still. Otherwise, it gets kind of forgotten and hidden under the hype Sly make for whichever games they have covered that weekend.}


 

 

03 May 2017 06:20:35
Hi Eds, just wanted to pick your brains on something if possible, it's been mentioned a few times on here, especially with the young Fulham left back, that they wouldn't be able to train all the time due to school work. What is the clubs policy with this?

The reason I ask is school finishes between the ages of 15-16 depending on what month you are born in. Any further education from that point is surely optional whether it be sixth form, college, university etc.

I finished school at 16,didnt enter further education as had always dreamed of joining the RAF which I did at 17. I was just wondering as obviously being able to sign a professional contract at the same age I joined, it's a much more lucrative career than the armed forces so for those kids who don't wish to partake in further education, is it forced upon them and written into the contract or is it, like every other person of that age in the UK, optional from the age of sixteen onwards?

Just wanted to know if they wanted to quit school at 17 when they signed pro contract and put every breath into training and improving are they allowed to?

Cheers.

WelshScouse

{Ed002's Note - It is nothing to do with club policy. I have explained, they are required to attend school until they are 18 and are limited by the number of hours they can train as they are children.}


1.) 03 May 2017 12:32:41
I think the question is required by whom though ed?

{Ed002's Note - The FA.}


2.) 03 May 2017 15:05:19
A few years ago it became law that you have to stay in formal education until you're 18 in the uk. Be it an apprenticeship, sixth form or college.


3.) 03 May 2017 18:07:01
Ah OK, I wasn't aware the law had changed, weird that it only changed in England though, just checked on government website and Wales can still leave at sixteen, so can Scotland, only England that has changed, makes sense why the FA have done that then.


 

 

15 Apr 2017 09:14:28
Sorry, guess that last post was moderated after all.

WelshScouse

{Ed025's Note - not by me welsh.. :)


 

 

 

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I really hope he is not going to be rushed back early to try and relieve some pressure from Brendan on the hope he has a stormer and scores the winner, because if he is rushed back early, it will be more than likely he will pick up an injury in the warm up and be out until after christmas

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14 May 2017 08:54:17
Cheers ed, it's true though, anyone suggesting that in the future should be directed to the conspiracy page.

WelshScouse

{Ed025's Note - your right there welsh..


 

 

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11 May 2017 03:27:00
Cheers ed, still not brilliant hence the reply this early but not as bad as I was.

WelshScouse

{Ed025's Note - good to hear mate..


 

 

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03 May 2017 18:07:01
Ah OK, I wasn't aware the law had changed, weird that it only changed in England though, just checked on government website and Wales can still leave at sixteen, so can Scotland, only England that has changed, makes sense why the FA have done that then.

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29 Apr 2017 14:15:48
Fingers crossed it'll be the first time they're all corect.

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29 Apr 2017 11:43:48
Ah that makes a bit more sense, I was shocked but after some of our performances against the so called lesser sides I still didn't have it in me to press disagree, fingers crossed we can dominate and get a high score as well as I see this possibly going down to goal difference for top four this year.

WelshScouse

{Ed001's Note - I would prefer it if they didn't all back us, they have only done that once, and that was against Palace!}