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03 Jan 2018 13:31:58
If we are to lose Coutinho, Eds do you think it’s would be a good shout to ask for Umtiti as part of the deal and if so do you think Barcelona would sell him?


{Ed002's Note - (a) No and (b) Yes if they get the replacement they want - but he won't be moving to Liverpool.}

1.) 03 Jan 2018 19:49:00
I just want to say Phil Countinho is a fantastic player, saved our season few years ago when we signed him in JAN window i think.

Nothing wrong with a player wanting to move, I've done that in my working career always striving for a better job and better pay and conditions. and a footballers career doesn't span as much - nothing wrong with his desire.

Thanks for your service Phil if you go.

2.) 03 Jan 2018 23:00:56
But there's ways of doing it.

3.) 04 Jan 2018 00:33:40
I just hope we do a deal for next summer so Phil can put in a good run with us for top 4 and CL without the stress of worrying about his dream move knowing it's done. It's not in him to dog the second half of the season. I think it would be a great farewell for him with supporters and would cement his status with the club. I think if he goes in January some will hold it against him.

4.) 04 Jan 2018 12:31:10
Stay to summer, deep run in Champions League then take the big move. Both sets of fans will respect you.



24 Dec 2017 09:49:10
A year ago there were rumours that Liverpool were interested in Sessegnon (spelling? ) but Fulham were not interested to sell. Now I’m reading Spurs and Man U are battling it out for him. Eds. Have Liverpool dropped interest in him?


{Ed002's Note - Liverpool moved for someone else.}

1.) 24 Dec 2017 10:10:48
Just as well. The poor lad would have been ruined in our team this season.

{Ed025's Note - lighten up ron...its christmas mate!!!..

2.) 24 Dec 2017 10:25:16
😄 it’s not just sour grapes though ed, it’s true! Ed002 called it in the summer.
If he had come to our club 1) he wouldn’t have got much of a chance because Klopp favours Moreno 2) when he does play it’s usually 6 against 4 (and a “keeper”) and 3) the other defenders are oblivious to the basic principles of defending.
He made a smart choice IMO.

3.) 24 Dec 2017 13:35:42
I am as frustrated as everyone else by our defensive frailties but Klopp is still the right man to lead us and our team plays some of the best football in the league

It will all come good and we will get a proper keeper

And for Ron we will field a strong side against Everton in the cup and we will batter the living daylights out of them

Merry. Christmas to one and all.



01 May 2017 18:38:21
Just got a wave from Jurgen Klopp getting off the coach. It's a positive sign we're going to win well tonight.


1.) 01 May 2017 22:51:30
2 out of 3 ain't bad g1dgo "win and tonight"



03 Oct 2014 13:09:11

Any truth to the Sterling won't sign a new contract being reported or is it simply paper talk?

He has been the only positive I can take from our season so far. I do agree to some of the notes below that he has put too much pressure on himself to save the team. He needs to learn that he cannot fix everything by himself and play the simple ball sometimes so that the team can fix the problems.

That's the only coaching I give to my son so I'm out of advice now.


{Ed002's Note - I don't know what the press are saying but my understanding is that Real Madrid are still interested in him and is agent may well be told soon what sort of package and conditions they will be offering. Liverpool have made an offer and I would think they would want time to consider what is his best option going forward. I really don't see any big deal at this time.}

1.) He needs to work on his end product before he thinks he made it

2.) Im sure Stirling has the potential to play at Real but who would they put him in for? I think it would be a disaster for his career at this stage. Look at Rodwell at City, what's the point.

3.) 04 Oct 2014 10:12:41
Rodwell at city was an addition, Real want to replace Ronaldo and Sterling fits their bill perfect.
Young. Skillfull. that's an investment for the next 10 years.

4.) They better have at least 60 mill lying around for him so

5.) John, £60m? You are in dream land mate if you think we'd get that much. He is yet to sign a new deal and they are interested.

IF he leaves you will be disappointed if you're expecting that kind of money.

6.) Boom, I think Hazard will be Ronaldo replacement.

I agree Stirling would be a long term investment for RM but I don't see him getting lots of game time initially - not sure. I do think he has potential of being a top 3 best in World one day, but there is a lot of developing needed to get there, on and off the pitch.

Liverpool best place for him for next three years in my opinion.




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18 Mar 2019 07:45:59
We’re at the business end of the season where if successful, games should come thick and fast. I’ve got to say that the fixture list couldn’t be any kinder in terms of the time between reach game. No Klopp raised eyebrows needed. With the two Friday games and Porto first game on a Tuesday it spreads the games out in the most balanced way to give us the best possible chance of success. We also have 2 days extra rest than Chelsea in the sandwich game between Porto two games.

Let’s make this happen!


1.) 18 Mar 2019 10:19:09
Agreed but a bit worried about our performances after breaks so far, don't we have a 13 day gap between games now?

2.) 18 Mar 2019 13:35:19
31st of March is our next game vs Spurs.

3.) 18 Mar 2019 19:29:54
Johnny1970 if you are not motivated for a home game vs Spurs with a chance to win the title then you have NO business being anywhere near the title chase. That's just the reality, my friend.



25 Feb 2019 14:52:02
I'm not a betting man but just looked at the odds for winners of the Premier League. All the betting sites have Man City as odds on favourites. I have to say that surprises me. Liverpool are one point clear and have an easier run in. For anyone who thinks put my money where my mouth is, I'm far too superstitious to bet on Liverpool and jink it!


1.) 25 Feb 2019 15:57:59
Does it matter at all mate?
This is business end of it. We right in the mix, every chance to win this championship.

Not referring to you specifically, but I sometimes feel our fans' minds are all over the place, latching onto and consuming every piece crap talk/ info in the media space.

Just recently some fans had even dismissed the team as "rubbish", bemoaning how we'd "bottled it", a narrative emanating from and fuelled by the media.
It was City in December. Spurs followed and we had our mild turn.
They at it again with Spurs and and waiting with bated breath for to stick to us.

Sadly the many fickle of our fans get suckered into this nonsense and then project it onto the team.
It's THEY who are the "bottlers" here, not the team.
They been at it again since the game yesterday.

And the amount of abuse directed at Sturridge tells you all you need to know. What chance these are the same lot who abused Lucas, Hendo, Lovren?

Moaning at every little thing and always, ALWAYS (conveniently) blind to the bigger picture. Embarrassing stuff really.
How unreasonable would it be suggest that if the team wins the title, they'd have done it to a great extent IN SPITE OF, rather than because of, the fans?

What's needed right now is a single focus: supporting the team and seeing them over the finishing line. Nothing else. Doesn't matter how it's done so long as it's done.
Team's in the trenches, hoes and shovels in hand. Let's desist from behaviour that makes us a burden on the boys, please.

2.) 25 Feb 2019 16:00:04
The better can do what they like and regardless of that, City ain't seen the top of the PL since early Dec. (all games being equal) . so they are free to do what they like. All we have to do is focus on one game at a time and the longer we are on top, the more desperate our rivals will become. LET'S GO!

3.) 25 Feb 2019 17:07:10
We’ve still got to play Everton, Chelsea and Spurs. I don’t think the run in is that easy. The last game of the season is wolves, they have shown that on their day, can be a match for any team.

4.) 25 Feb 2019 17:39:28
Xolani, well said, good post. My only quibble with your post is that I wouldn’t necessarily describe the moaners, abusers and negative lot as ‘fans’, I would describe them as fair-weather hangers on. Real Liverpool fans do not behave like that. We are top of the PL with 11 games to go for goodness sake, not struggling in mid-table or worse. Real Liverpool fans will get behind the team and roar them on to the PL title.

5.) 25 Feb 2019 17:55:32
It makes sense that City are favourites if you look at form, we were 7 ahead, now we are 1 ahead. It's looking more likely that unless we string a couple of wins together that City will edge past us.
Being a fan doesn't mean you have to be deluded.

{Ed025's Note - it will go to the wire for me dean, both teams will drop points i can assure you of that, tiredness and nerves will be the factors of who will succeed and at this point i cant split them mate..

6.) 25 Feb 2019 18:24:38
Spot on, Ed. City have been favs. all season long and even if we went 7 clear, NOTHING would have been decided with 14/ 15 games left at the time so to me, that is a non argument.

But hang on a minute, Isn't this what we all wanted? What we all have always wanted? To be in the thick of a genuine title race with 10/ 11 games left? So now that we are in the thick of it, going against the best and most expensive team ever assembled in English top flight history people seem scared? Being nervous is good cos it means you are human.

We must not allow that to overcome us cos if it does, that is the choice we would have made cos as we all know, fear is a choice. So Let's embrace this new position and stand alongside these boys and manager and help them over the line. YNWA!


{Ed025's Note - this is where the supporters can help redwolf, not moaning and sighing at every missed chance or misplaced pass because it filters right through to the players..

7.) 25 Feb 2019 19:42:30
Absolutely, Ed25. In my amateur career in France, I remember playing a game, a derby game where the fans were cheering all game each time we got the ball and on the attack. It was awesome cos I could hear them and we knew we were being backed. We won that game and the fans undoubtedly helped esp. when we were under the cosh.

I mean, look at the atmosphere at OT last night. It was bouncing and so loud I could hear them thru the telly. If anyone thinks these fans did not help Utd overcome the adversity the did then they need to go watch golf. THE FANS MATTER, end of story.

I know our boys will improve BUT the fans have to help them out at Anfield. These boys can't do it w/ o us, man. They simply can't. I mean, this is a TRUE title push, the first we frankly, have EVER had since the PL began. So let's bring the noise at Anfield till the end of the season. Let the players know that come hell or high water, we will NOT abandon them. Not right now. YNWA!

8.) 25 Feb 2019 20:28:16
Betting sites set their odds based on their leverage. It has nothing to do with who will win whatever, it’s about protecting their business.

The players need a kick up the behind. Salah needs to crack a smile, Bobby needs to put his shooting boots on and Mane needs a slice of luck.

9.) 26 Feb 2019 07:37:58
Forget about the betting sites! There are there to make money out of your emotions. If we win the next 11 games we win the league and the betting sites can go and kick their legs!
Klopp has been given everything he has asked for! Most expensive defender, most expensive GK, most expensive midfielder, a front three that’s worth more than £300 mill in total. We should win atleast one trophy this season and klopp has put all the eggs in one basket. He is responsible.

10.) 26 Feb 2019 09:21:44
JAN, and you are just here to moan. I have NEVER read any of your posts on this forum when we were winning and now cos we did not win at OT of all places, here you are. If you are here to blame Klopp for getting us to where we are (Pep spent way more than Klopp has btw) then pls, be ready for the harsh responses that your convenient moaning deserves. PEACE!

11.) 26 Feb 2019 10:50:47
I agree Ed025, with Fernandinho and laporte out there is a change they drop points over the next couple of weeks.
I'm just confused as to how we fix our problems right now, as everyone has mentioned, Salah and Firminio aren't firing, but then again, its not like we have any quality on the bench to take them out. Studge and Origi aren't the same level, and shaq's performances aren't there. We just seem to lack any "spark" going forward.
and people are allowed to voice their opinions whether people agree or not, this is a forum after all :P.

{Ed025's Note - you will both drop points dean thats a given, its who drops the most that will be the telling factor mate, liverpool need to find that spark up front and start scoring more to put the opposition on the back foot..



03 Feb 2019 11:47:24
Anyone know whether Nat Phillips is fit? Klopp saw him as our 5th CB if and when needed. Shame for the lad he didn’t get the opportunity to take his opportunity.

We’ve got Hoever coming through and actually signed a CB in the January window (albeit 16 or 17 year old) .

My only change in attitude to earlier this season is whilst Fabinho can play at CB he is becoming a key player for us in midfield. In the last two months it’s become very clear that we play better with him in midfield than when he isn’t there.

Gomez is my surprise of the season. Can see him and VVD being first choice for a long time so don’t think we need to panic. Lovren and Matip do pick up injuries but if Philips can step up when he is fit again then I think we’re in a good place.


1.) 03 Feb 2019 12:39:56
He underwent surgery so it is doubtful we will see him this season.

2.) 03 Feb 2019 12:40:58
Nat has had a bad injury and so is on the road to recovery unfortunately, if he had stayed fit this season i would of expected to see him make an appearance!

3.) 03 Feb 2019 13:44:05
Alderweireld is available for 25 mill in the summer. Yeah it’s a dream signing but we want to win leagues and CL and at that price it’s a bargain and why shouldn’t we be on for him. We sold Solanke for almost the same price and could recoup most of the money with the sale of Matip or Lovren. Imagine having 2 arguably World class centre half’s and a very good young Gomez in our squad next season.

4.) 03 Feb 2019 13:59:30
JK, it's all about opinions but are you really advocating spending 25 million on a player who is 30 in 27 days time?

5.) 03 Feb 2019 14:33:35
Gonzalo Higuain is 31 and I'm pretty sure he will go for a touch more than £25 million if Chelsea buy him. In this day and age of football transfers it's nothing. You could get 3 good years of Toby easily. That all said, I can't see him moving to Liverpool, but certainly worth the dosh.

6.) 03 Feb 2019 14:49:49
Couldn’t agree more JK23.

I’ve always liked Alderweireld and competition can only be good for VVD and Gomez.

7.) 03 Feb 2019 15:14:53
Ritter have you just woken up from a 10 year sleep?

Should we be calling you ‘Rip Van Ritter”?!

£25m is the new £5-£10m.

Would Solanke have been worth £19m a few years back?

8.) 03 Feb 2019 15:19:09
Ritters I get what you’re saying mate. But the question should be is he worth 25 mil at his age and the answer to that question in my opinion is easily yes. For that price he will definitely go in the summer and I reckon it’s nailed on that he will go to a top club looking to or already challenging.

9.) 03 Feb 2019 17:47:27
Zedd, I hope you never have to run a business, mate.

10.) 03 Feb 2019 18:53:07
I do run a business, thanks mate. 😜

One of the most important attributes is to know the market in which you operate 😀.

11.) 03 Feb 2019 19:03:32
£25m for Alderweireld would be a steal 👍.

{Ed025's Note - your dead right ron...i think we paid £26 for yerry mina mate.. :(



31 Jan 2019 11:38:49
I’m read a lot of comments this morning. My take is the weather and pitch is a leveller and we saw with all the Big 6 teams struggling last couple of nights.

It didn’t help that we had several players coming back for minor injuries and illnesses but we did finish the game week one point higher than City.

Personally I’d love a 2 game cushion (7 points) and yes we did mathematically miss out on this chance but when I looked at the fixture list Leicester was always one of the banana skin games.


1.) 31 Jan 2019 12:14:13
As a folllow up, my son is in year 9 and plays in his school football team with 5 boys signed up to academies. They’ve only lost 2 games in 3 years and both games were on a terrible pitch in awful weather. It is the same for both teams but it does reduce the quality aspect of the better team. Not an excuse. It is what it is.

2.) 31 Jan 2019 12:39:28
I think it does effect certain teams more than others, teams that have more possession or want to pass the ball quickly a lot (generally top 6 teams) will suffer more in the snow than a team that wants to sit back and lump it forward (generally mid table to lower teams)

3.) 31 Jan 2019 14:37:07
Perhaps we should only sign players from Iceland in the January window?

4.) 31 Jan 2019 15:36:10
Other supermarket chains are also available.

{Ed025's Note - love it marshy..

5.) 31 Jan 2019 16:11:17
I think you are right about the weather. We saw yesterday ball was not moving as fast as should be on ground. That’s impact on passing game. Leicester played long balls so for them doesn’t matter.

6.) 31 Jan 2019 16:11:25
Might get a horse not a player if we sign from Tesco Fc.

7.) 31 Jan 2019 19:10:20
Weather conditions are the same for both teams. That is a non story, sorry.



12 Jan 2019 21:03:44
Ed 002 has a unique style. The put downs are some of the reasons why I am a big fan of this site. Ok sometimes a bit short tempered and have to be read from behind the couch but I would never say said in malice.

What parallel universe have I just entered where he is given such toxic abuse?

Not called for. Lay off the Eds. There wouldn’t be a site without them.


{Ed0333's Note - so you like to be put down? I’m more than happy to abuse you and treat you like a bitch lol only kidding g1dgo.
It’s ironic that for a free service you guys get some seriously tasty info and some of you pay for info on other sites that is complete bunkum. Why would people want to look a gift horse in the mouth it beggars belief.

1.) 12 Jan 2019 21:19:08
Fair dues Ed. Deserved that :)




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29 Jul 2018 14:25:37
Er I am guessing Red Rebel is a Man United fan looking for a bite and achieved it!




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26 Aug 2017 11:22:57
if you mean he wants playing time then yes he is greedy. With Liverpool openly active for more midfielders and Coutinho dropping into midfield he wants reassurances he will play.

As a Liverpool fan I don't want him to go. Since he got over his injury he has looked very solid. I can understand his hesitation to sign a new contract.

You've been a bit hard on the lad.




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16 Aug 2017 13:30:08
Encouraging to read. As Macca states, it is an intent as of now and not a fact.

After all the drama this summer would be so good for this to happen. I really hope it does.




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08 Jun 2017 16:17:06
Would be nice if it were true and I'm not disputing if it is. My only concern is that we were already rumoured to be paying a hefty fee. Does this just increase it further?

Maybe we can offer them Clyne as part exchange :)





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21 Mar 2019 13:56:56
Ed001. You’re on form today with your comments. I look forward to Ed025’s comebacks.


{Ed025's Note - ED01 thinks i drink too much g1, but i dont really these days, after the first 10 pints i spill most of it down my shirt mate.. :)



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21 Mar 2019 13:55:42
Ed. You just made my day with your comment about TAA being withdrawn just for precautionary reasons.




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21 Mar 2019 08:26:27
Was just thinking about Jadon Sancho whilst reading the Eds comments. Why would a youngster risk so much to leave their current club when their playing career is going so well. Even in the short career of a professional sportsman, there is a short term v long term approach.




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19 Mar 2019 10:58:19
Slightly harsh on the Gini comment about being reliable not to score although I did lol!




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18 Mar 2019 14:36:45
For what it’s worth I had taken note! It really surprises me that this has happened as it’s not like it wasn’t clear on what Klopp’s minimum expectations were!

Given that Klopp would have signed Shaqiri knowing that he would have to change his game, I. e track back and he hasn’t done this, can you see Shaqiri getting a second chance for Liverpool?


{Ed001's Note - Klopp expected him to realise that it was his last chance at a big club I think and also thought the price was worth the risk as the resale would no doubt recoup almost all of it.}