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18 Feb 2019 13:10:29
Quick question for any of the Eds.

What do you think the situation will be with Milner in the summer? Will he stay another season or two or can you see him leaving?

Would Leeds getting promoted affect anything? I am confident Liverpool and Klopp in particular will want to keep ahold of him but he may be getting a considerable less amount of playtime next season.

Sorry for all the questions!


{Ed002's Note - My expectation is that he will talk to the club about how he will be used next season and if it is to be on the periphery then he may ask to move - and Leeds would be the ideal solution if the club don't price him out of a move. Else I expect he will stay until the summer of 2020.}

1.) 18 Feb 2019 13:37:43
Thanks for the reply Ed002.

Peronsally I hope he stays. Very good for our youth players and I think he has the potential to be a good coach in future as he seems very knowledgable. Completely understand if he left due to playing time though.

2.) 18 Feb 2019 14:17:47
Milner is an exemplary player; I’d be over the moon if he stayed as a player or in a coaching capacity. I remember watching a video of Milner bossing the fitness tests, even though senior to most players and probably expected not to have the legs. Absolute hero in my view.

3.) 18 Feb 2019 14:45:22
I hope he stays too - what a model professional and he can cover midfield, right and left back. Tough to find anyone else who can do that.

As a bonus, he'd allow us to bring Adam Lewis into the fold in place of Moreno, knowing if we have an injury to Robbo at any point, Milner can step in for the biggest games where we may need an experienced head.

4.) 18 Feb 2019 15:52:22
100% agree. Getting Milner on a free was a masterstroke. Keeping him at the club would really help the youth players develop. I remember the Eds mentioning imagine what Xabi could have taught to the youngsters coming through had Liverpool resigned him.

5.) 18 Feb 2019 17:41:31
whilst he is a model professional, i think the big decider will be if Leeds get promoted to the premiership, if they do then i would be very surprised if he didn't move back to them!

we also need to factor that he is slowly moving down the pecking order and on the wages that he is on and the age he is we can reinvest that elsewhere.

6.) 18 Feb 2019 17:58:18
Pretty crazy reading 2020 there from ed and realising its just a year away 😭😭.

7.) 18 Feb 2019 20:01:36
Is Millie on high wages? I have no idea. If so, I’d like to think that he’d reduce his wages on a 12monther- abit like Kompany has at City (if I remember reading that correctly)

{Ed002's Note - hat would add another year to the contract.}

8.) 19 Feb 2019 12:44:55
Thanks Ed.

9.) 20 Feb 2019 11:12:57
I very much doubt he would agree to that Run. Why agree to be on less wages and not play as much here when he could have less wages but be a major part of a Leeds/ lower premier league side for his final seasons?

10.) 20 Feb 2019 11:49:43
Whatever he does, all we can do is wish him the best of luck, if he stops at Liverpool it's good for us and the youngsters, if he goes to Leeds it's good for him and for Leeds. Either way, he gets huge respect from me, a really nice fella who deserves to be happy no matter where he ends up.

11.) 20 Feb 2019 16:03:57
Couldn’t agree more Salah.

12.) 20 Feb 2019 18:57:52
I just really want him to win something with us.



11 Feb 2019 17:23:48
Ramsey to Juventus for a reported 400k a week.

You didn't read that wrong. that's FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND.

Thank goodness we stayed away from that. Much better options out there. (fingers crossed for Rabiot personally)


{Ed0333's Note - Wow that’s just crazy talk...Do you think they’d be interested in Lalana?

1.) 11 Feb 2019 17:59:48
Worse still, the reports say the £400k is his basic salary. I assumed it included a MASSIVE signing on fee averaged out over the life on the contract, that he was able to negotiate because he was on a "free" transfer. I hope the reports are wrong in that regard.

Basically they've done the equivalent of paying a £40m transfer fee for Ramsey and then paying him £200k a week. I suppose it's not completely insane in the current market, but compare Ramsey to Fabinho and it doesn't really strike me as a great idea. And that's before they've paid his agent or any performance bonuses.

2.) 11 Feb 2019 18:01:43
Why's everyone want rabot? Average at best for me.

3.) 11 Feb 2019 18:14:22
If that figure is true then it's completely nuts, and in fact really bad for football clubs trying to build and hold onto their players. He may end up being an advocate for players to run their contracts down, with the knowledge that if they do, they'll end up with a massive pay day.

Players knew this already, of course, but when they see someone run their contract down and get £400k a week, more and more players will follow his example. Also, he's not even that special. OK he's a good player, but nowhere near the best there is in his position.

4.) 11 Feb 2019 19:08:18
£83m, over 4 years?!?!?!?!

For Arron Ramsey?!?!?!


5.) 11 Feb 2019 19:26:28
Jesus I'm aware that a higher salary is often affordable to the signing club due to it being a free transfer, but did Juventus have to go that high to convince Ramsey? it was far and away his best option.

Something we may not be aware of Ed002?

{Ed002's Note - I really have no idea what contractual agreement he has but that sounds well beyond what I would expect.}

6.) 11 Feb 2019 21:33:26
and there goes the 99p price for milk. How will I afford protein shakes now?!

7.) 11 Feb 2019 22:13:24
Juventus head of recruitment sacked by december. that's insane money for ramsey.

8.) 11 Feb 2019 19:04:22
Worst thing is this guy will be injured after about a dozenen games and then he will just carry on picking up the cash.

ED333 we should pay them to take both Lalana and Sturidge!

{Ed0333's Note - if only mate. I’d gift wrap Lalana & Sturbridge in pink bows and personally drive both of them to Turin if that were the case. It really bothers me that they are both still at the club picking up such ridiculous salaries and offering zero.

9.) 12 Feb 2019 01:53:15
£325k a week according to Sky, what an absolute mess. £325,000 to do a bit of exercise for 5 days a week. There are people who put themselves in serious danger in their job and get paid sod all.

10.) 12 Feb 2019 05:12:25
I think we will sell studger and lallana in the summer 100%. I think we already have replacements for both in wilson and brewster.

and ramsey wage if true is only going to screw the head of few cash hungry agents who will in turn fed (read f**K) up the minds of their clients. There are some much much better players than ramsey who are not earning half what he is going to be earning if rumours are true.
It was always going to happen though, the market was going unaffordable and clubs were going to buy on free destroying any remaining wages cap sense left.

11.) 12 Feb 2019 06:50:24
Ramsey is a quality player. His argument for the high wages will have been simple. 50% tax on the 400k means he will earn 200k after tax. The cost of his wages is equivalent to signing a player worth £31.2m on 200k wages. He could easily argue that Juve would not be able to get a player of his quality and experience for £31.2m. He is a goalscoring CM in the prime years of his career at a time when that sort of midfielder is making a real comeback in the game as opposed to the lower G+A but better buildup CMs such as Xavi, Iniesta, David Silva, etc.

{Ed0333's Note - you’re forgetting his signing on fee, agents fees, tax etc etc mate.

12.) 12 Feb 2019 11:28:10
Hey Juve,
I’m available on a Bosman 👍.

{Ed025's Note - after studying your performance in the charity match ron...juve said they are not looking for a stunt man mate.. :)

13.) 12 Feb 2019 12:57:50
400k a week is just insane, especially for a player like Ramsey. what is up with Juve at the moment?

14.) 12 Feb 2019 09:00:43
Cheers Ed002, I guess we'll wait and see if there's any truth to it. Insane if true.

15.) 12 Feb 2019 15:12:16
Or in other words SGRed "what are they smoking over there? " lol.

16.) 12 Feb 2019 15:49:47
Ramsey? A quality player? I’ve heard it all now.

17.) 12 Feb 2019 16:29:08
Ron - The Stuntman, Juve not looking for a stuntman - ED25 is a killer with those lines!


(Sorry Ron, I hooe your not offended)

18.) 12 Feb 2019 19:29:37
I imagine over four year, for Ramsey it will equate to something like 10 million a game.

19.) 12 Feb 2019 21:25:18
What sort of money are they going to offer to Mo?

20.) 12 Feb 2019 22:17:59
Ed025 has been studying my cunning stunts 🤨

Just call me Colt Stevens 😎.

21.) 13 Feb 2019 17:26:55
Ron, what's the difference between a circus and a bordello? The circus has cunning stunts and .

{Ed025's Note - and zed do the jokes on here.. :)

22.) 13 Feb 2019 17:34:15
Sincere apologies Ed025. I didn't mean to start an international territorial dispute. But I'll make a deal with you. I'll stop all attempts at jokes and you stop saying ALL of us have red-tinted glasses. Is it a deal? 😉.

{Ed025's Note - no chance...i dont tell lies mate, you keep on telling them jokes ArAy my friend.. :)

23.) 13 Feb 2019 17:44:56
Nah. It's okay Ed025. I'll steer clear of your and Zed's territory. We all know you're a straight guy and tell it as you see it and I wouldn't suggest you ever change that. 🙏.

{Ed025's Note - i dont do PC and can never be described as a shrinking violet ArAy its just not in my make up mate...unlike rouge, lipstick and eye liner.. :)




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23 Feb 2019 10:43:14
Just read that OGS would be open to letting Ferguson do a team talk before the game Sunday.

I find that quite embarrassing if true and they seem very rattled.

I am so very pumped fpr this game. What Football is all about. biggest game in the world!


1.) 23 Feb 2019 11:14:10
We could get King Kenny to do ours but I'm not entirely sure all the lads would understand a single word he said.

2.) 23 Feb 2019 12:14:47
Isn't Kenny and Fergie from the same city?

{Ed025's Note - yes glasgow..

3.) 23 Feb 2019 13:08:21
Would rather have the Liverpool Team on the Pitch do the talking for us.

This means More.

4.) 23 Feb 2019 14:07:21
Rattled? Asking the most successful manager ever to pump up the players seems like a good idea to me. Reading the posts on here there is one one set of fans who are rattled. You thought this would be an easy game, perhaps now it won’t be.

5.) 23 Feb 2019 14:29:33
Of course you're rattled if you have to drag out the ghosts from the past to give your team a pep talk. No faith in OGS already? Id be hugely embarrassed if i were a manager and they had to bring in one of my predecessors to do my job for me. Laughable.

6.) 23 Feb 2019 14:49:36
I don’t think anyone REALLY thinks LFC v ManU is an easy game. I didn’t think the last one would be, at 1-1 I was worried.
They are never easy games, even if the score line is generous.
Let ManU bring whoever they want in the changing room, they’d better bring their dinner too, we don’t need anyone else to inspire the team, Klopp can do that on his own.

Oh and Bob Paisley’s 3 European cups would argue about who is the most successful manager 😛.

7.) 23 Feb 2019 14:59:06
Exactly Like A Virgil. Ferguson is no longer Man United manager, so why would OGS feel the need to get him involved?

If you, the Manager, need someone else to come in and motivate your team against your worst rivals then you are in the wrong position I'm afraid.

{Ed002's Note - You would recommend keeping Dalglish away from the first team then? You all normally get the Kleenex out when he speaks to the team.}

8.) 23 Feb 2019 15:17:40
I just think it's Ogs trying to be clever, saying no mind games then constantly speaking out about the game etc. Klopp doesn't strike me as someone to get distracted by these type of things. He'll get the team focused and hopefully fired up. It'll be a close game but I don't think united are as clear favorites as the media and pundits seem to be making out. just hope with all this build up the ref gets a good grip on the game early on and let's it flow, can i can see it being fiery.

9.) 23 Feb 2019 15:19:22
Ed002, I don't recall Kenny giving any team talk before a big game before? Apart from when he was manager obviously. However, I'll take your word for it.

I would hope Klopp wouldn't need any former manager to come in and motivate his team. In my opinion, I find Klopp to be very motivational for us fans and his players through his passion alone. I can imagine this is replicated, and more, in the changing rooms.

I'd only get the Kleenex out to wipe away my tears of pride after a Klopp team talk Ed002. (Sorry for being ridiculously cheesy. )

{Ed002's Note - Dalglish has often talked with Liverpool players. Unusual to wipe away tears given given what most Liverpool fans need Kneenex for.}

10.) 23 Feb 2019 15:31:24
Dare I ask you what us Liverpool fans need Kleenex for ed?

{Ed002's Note - I thought you were a true fan?}

11.) 23 Feb 2019 15:48:09
I think you'll find we actually prefer Andrex Ed.

12.) 23 Feb 2019 17:33:54
OGS can bring whoever he wants to do the team talk. That is his choice. It ain't going to mean a whole lot when the players are on the pitch where the reality hits home.

13.) 23 Feb 2019 18:24:47
I really think its irrelevant who says what before the game, if you are not motivated enough to win a game like this before hand than you shouldn't be playing. Fergie will give it loads to motivate the home team and all Klopp will need say is they need Fergie to get them going as they are scared of us and need his help. Who in cares who says what. They are professional footballers, and as the greatest coach of all time in any sport would say, just do your job. Do your job well and you will win. It's that simple.

14.) 24 Feb 2019 03:11:23
I think Ogs little 'let's not be like Liverpool' comment will do our team talk for us.



20 Feb 2019 12:43:12
I've just read that Matip/ Fabinho was the 28th different CB partnership in the Klopp era! Not sure how that compares to other teams but it sounds pretty crazy.

Done to death, but I guess it shows the need to get another healthy and consistent centre back for the squad.

5 Points for whoever gets the other 27!


1.) 20 Feb 2019 13:05:23
VVD/ Fabinho
VVD/ Matip
VVD/ Lovren
VVD/ Gomez
VVD/ Klavan? (I don't think this one happened)
Lovren/ Matip
Lovren/ Klavan
Lovren/ Sakho
Lovren/ Skrtel
Lovren/ Gomez
Lovren/ Lucas
Lovren/ Enrique
Matip/ Sakho? (Again im not sure these two played together)
Matip/ Skrtel
Matip/ Klavan
Skrtel/ Sakho

Other than that im stumped.

2.) 20 Feb 2019 13:32:13
You've also had Wijinaldum, Lucas and (potentially) Caulker playing CB at some point, so that would be a minimum of another 3 combinations, possibly more with Lucas playing CB quite a few times.

3.) 20 Feb 2019 13:55:52
I totally forgot about Toure as well.

4.) 20 Feb 2019 13:59:37
How did you remember about Enrique lol. I wouldn't remember about his one game as CB.

5.) 20 Feb 2019 14:12:02
To add to you list, Toure, Illori and Can. But I have no idea who they played with.

6.) 20 Feb 2019 14:20:02
Hoever/ Fabinho!

7.) 20 Feb 2019 15:38:57
Imagine matip/ sakho. I would be watching that game through my fingers.

8.) 20 Feb 2019 15:46:35
I think Can and illogical were under Rodgers.

9.) 20 Feb 2019 16:17:39
A lot of what Rodgers did was illogical Jones.

10.) 20 Feb 2019 16:31:54
Good effort! I can't seem to find a definitive list unfortunately.

My measly addition to the list is Fabinho/ / Lovren. also against Wolves. For about 5 mins!

11.) 20 Feb 2019 17:22:01
Ilori even damn predictive text.

12.) 20 Feb 2019 17:29:43
Joe Maguire played with Enrique at CB against Exeter in the FA Cup. I don't think Caulker ever played at CB Klopp always stuck him up front for the last 30secs of a few games, still better option than Benteke.

13.) 21 Feb 2019 00:48:45
Illori played as CB with Klopp 3 times, if I am not mistaken, when he was recalled back from villa in the January transfer window.



12 Feb 2019 10:06:28
RIP Gordon Banks.

Another one to add to the player profile I think eds? Didn't get to see him play but from what I have heard there wasn't/ / isn't many better Goalkeepers.

That save against Pele springs to mind! Legend.


{Ed001's Note - he is on the legends list mate.}

1.) 12 Feb 2019 10:24:41
Brilliant Ed. I'd imagine you would bring it forward? When you have time of course!

Thanks mate.

{Ed001's Note - yes mate, I am in the middle of one but I will mark it as next to do for you.}

2.) 12 Feb 2019 10:39:37
Thank you ed, much appreciated.

{Ed001's Note - very welcome mate.}

3.) 12 Feb 2019 11:48:31
Legendary player. RIP. 🙏.

4.) 12 Feb 2019 12:24:44
Condolences also to the family of Ian Ross who played 69 times for the club under Shankly and scored 4 goals he died aged 72, a tough tackling Glaswegian whose art was man marking he shadowed Beckenbauer, Charlton, Best, Ball. He who passed away over the weekend his position was actually Centre Half who had fantastic ball skills, he man marked Beckenbauer in a Fairs Cup game against Bayern Munich and scored the reds goal in a 1-1 draw. He moved to Aston Villa in 1972 and was skipper of the side that won the League Cup in 1975 he was also manager of Huddersfield Town and Berwick Rangers.

RIP Rossy.

5.) 12 Feb 2019 12:44:46
Well said 007. Musn't forget "Der Kaiser's shadow" as he was nicknamed after that performance against Beckenbauer you referenced.

Sounded like he was a true proffesional of the game. Rest in Peace Ian.

6.) 12 Feb 2019 12:53:51
really nice post 007.

7.) 12 Feb 2019 13:30:51
Ah bloody hell only just seen this news, gutted RIP!

Fantastic post 007, I'd like to see more posts from you mate!

Looking forward to the article Ed, nice one mate.

8.) 12 Feb 2019 19:05:25
Pele, "I scored a goal. Then Gordon Banks kept it out". May he rest in perfect peace.

9.) 12 Feb 2019 19:42:45
RIP Gordon Banks and Ian Ross.

10.) 12 Feb 2019 21:33:41
Not long in from work to the sad news about Gordon Banks and now just learned of Ian Ross’ loss too.
Below is Banks’ last game before his car crash, he’s at Anfield in October 1972

So great was his repute, even then, that a countywide series of benefit games, in which he played, was organised for him months later after he lost his eye. Saw him in one at a 4th Division ground believe it or not, sell out crowd too.



07 Feb 2019 23:16:34
A quick question Ed001, who can you see replacing Klopp in the (hopefully far off) future? Or, rather, who would you personally like to see?

May be impossible to say as a lot can change by that time. I would personally love and hope that Klopp has another 10 years at least with us.

A lot of people (including myself) would want Gerrard to take the reigns after Jurgen. Could you see this?


{Ed001's Note - I hope not. It would be a stupid move made because of who he is rather than what he can do. I would rather the club thought with their head than their heart.}

1.) 08 Feb 2019 05:23:55
I would like to see myself succeeding Klopp :)

2.) 08 Feb 2019 06:29:44
If gerrard has proven himself by the time klopp leaves then that wpuld be great. However, I do think the club would give him a go no matter what if he wants it. He's clearly not doing a terrible job, Rangers haven't done this well for a long time, I know he has been well backed but he has still had to go and do it. His press conferences are Brendan level though and he clearly thinks himself as some wordsmith.

3.) 08 Feb 2019 06:57:30
It could all end up like Thierry Henry at Monaco!

4.) 08 Feb 2019 09:19:18
Stevie could walk in and have the solsjkaer effect that lasts a decade or 2.who knows!

{Ed025's Note - it would not be the same effect faith...OGS actually smiles..

5.) 08 Feb 2019 09:28:32
For me I hope Gerrard is not Liverpool manager now or in the near future, im not someone who is blinded to who he really is, a bit of a bully and a showoff according to those better in the know then me
For me I want someone who is tactically astute and who can attract big players via the football he plays not just his reputation
someone like Ralf Rangnick or Julien Naglesmann would suit me fine or
depending how he developed Mark Van Bommel.

6.) 08 Feb 2019 08:23:52
Please, Gerrard should stay well away from the manager's job at LFC UNTIL he can prove he can do it at the highest level and it WON'T be at Rangers. The day of "let's get a club legend to manage the club" are long gone, my friend. We need competence and ability, not emotion and nostalgia. We are competing at the highest level right now in the PL and CL and we need managers who can take the heat. SG has to prove that first.

I personally would like Lucien Favre of Dortmund. He is a brilliant manager and is well-known all over Europe as one who improves teams and players wherever he has been. Proof? He got Munchegladbach to the CL twice. Did the same once with Nice (lost in the prelim. KO round) and is now top of the Bundesliga in Germany with BVB. He would be my choice. What do you think of him, Ed01?

{Ed001's Note - done well everywhere he has been, so he would be a decent enough choice right now.}

7.) 08 Feb 2019 11:04:40
Thought so as well, Ed. Thanks for your input.

8.) 08 Feb 2019 14:13:39
Not a hope Gerard he’s done nothing yet!



08 Jun 2018 14:22:43
Hey eds,

So with Fabinho, Keita and seemingly Fekir added to the already packed midfield I assume we will see one of Milner and Wijnaldum leave alongside Lallana?

Do the eds think we will see this in terms of outs?

Gone--Mignolet, Klavan, Lallana, Grujic (Loan), Allan (Loan) Ings.

Possible outs--Ward, Clyne, Gini/ / Milner, Solanke (Loan), Origi.

Not to mention the likes of Woodburn and Wilson.

I would have thought a few of these would be unhappy with their position at the club in terms of playtime.

Who do you see looking to push for a move eds?

Great site lads. Keep up the good work!


{Ed002's Note - No.}

1.) 08 Jun 2018 14:29:31
Wijnaldum won’t go anywhere. Lallana and Milner would be moved on.

2.) 08 Jun 2018 14:31:29
Why are so many against Klavan? He is a solid reliable option for covering the left side CB role and is happy to be a backup.

I really hope he stays as he's the only natural cover for VVD.

3.) 08 Jun 2018 14:33:01
Lallana will be moving on. where? Have we offered him to anyone? 🤔.

4.) 08 Jun 2018 16:02:19
I’d list the deadwood players as: Adam Lallana, Lazar Markovic, simon Mignolet (unless a keeper isn’t brought in), Danny Ward (again depending on the goalkeeping situation), Daniel sturridge, Danny ings, Emre Can, marko grujic, Adam Bogdan and probably some loans moves for the youngsters.

Whether or not they all get moved on or not is another question but I’d say they all need to move either on loan or permanently as it’s the best thing for their careers and the club.

I think CB is seen as the least priority behind the positions we’ve already bolstered and GK so if we’re realistically going for a top class keeper that’s going to cost a fortune I don’t think we should be expecting a top CB to come in unless we were to move on one of our assets.

5.) 08 Jun 2018 16:12:04
Exactly J, there was a spell earlier in the season where he played really well and helped us to a few clean sheets. He also scored the winner v Burnley which helped us to 3 points which later turned out to be crucial. You know what you'll get with Klavan, he a solid dependable back up and I'm more than happy with him being our 4th choice CB.

6.) 08 Jun 2018 16:42:41
For me it’s Mignolet, Grujic, Lallana, Moreno, Woodburn (loan), Ings.

We need real depth next season as although we did great this year we didn’t compete in the domestic cups and struggled after CL games. Really liking the look of the squad. Hope Origi and Wilson stay and chip in.




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18 Feb 2019 13:37:43
Thanks for the reply Ed002.

Peronsally I hope he stays. Very good for our youth players and I think he has the potential to be a good coach in future as he seems very knowledgable. Completely understand if he left due to playing time though.




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13 Feb 2019 09:35:40
Thank you Ed002. Your knowledge and expertise never fails to suprise me.

It's such a tricky posistion for Klopp I'd say. I do actually believe the Centre backs we have are more than good enough to take us to the Premier League (personally) . But I also believe we definitely need one top class centre back as 3 of the 4 we have are ridiculously injury prone. I believe this a view shared by many and said countless times! I just hope Gomez can shrug off all his injuries and get a full season under his belt.

I don't know much about the names mentioned Ed002, I can see you have recommended we stay away from one. Would there be any centre backs you would recommend for LFC given our current CB situation?


{Ed002's Note - The three that are being watched by a number of other high profile sides.}



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12 Feb 2019 16:21:01
Any chance you could specify who it is Liverpool have looked at for CB for the first team Ed002?

Unless you have before and I have missed it?

Thanks for your time otherwise.


{Ed002's Note - Ruben Dias (CB) Liverpool have watched the Benfica CB on several occasions and watched him in a national game against Croatia in September.
Dael Fry (CB) Liverpool has a declared interest in Fry as they look to bolster the HG quota - knowing that prices will increase - much is expected of Fry.
I cannot say whether or not there is any firm interest in Lloyd Kelly (CB) nor Aidan Wilson who have been "recommended" to the club by an "agent" who I would recommend staying well clear of.}




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14 Mar 2019 11:43:43
Despite a brief dip in form earlier this year, I would have Robbo in there.

For me:

1 Virgil Van Dijk.
2. Mane.
3. Robbo.

So many options to choose from which is great. Salah, Gomez, Gini Allison and Fabinho could all easily be in there and I wouldn't disagree.




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14 Mar 2019 11:39:27
On current form I would say he is.

At this moment in time he is producing Messi/ Ronaldo form. Playing out of his skin the lad.

Overall I would say he is better than Sane. Probably neck and neck with Sterling who has been very consistent the past 2 seasons. I wouldn't trade him for either though.




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06 Mar 2019 09:37:00
Quite suprised at Joachim Low's decision to drop those 3. I understand it's time for fresh faces but they are still realtively young and can still do a job IMO.

If its time for a fresh start surely that would mean its time for a new manager aswell? Or at the very least be consistent and stop picking the likes of Neuer and Kroos as well.

Cheers ed!




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05 Mar 2019 12:51:51
Mo Salah is victim of his incredible 2017/ 18 season.

Football fans have short memories.

He will be the first since Suarez to get back to back 20 goals a season in the league for us and people are saying he is an issue? Please.




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23 Feb 2019 15:48:09
I think you'll find we actually prefer Andrex Ed.