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01 Jun 2018 03:06:57
The Mignolet to Man Utd one made me laugh Ron :)





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07 Feb 2019 11:12:55
Lovely article Ed, thanks for this!




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11 Oct 2018 15:48:14
Thats hilarious Ed! Yes I was very relieved that the penalty was missed. I might not have dared to go back to Anfield in case I jinxed the next result!


{Ed001's Note - it is not quite as hilarious as Harry's ridiculous assessments of Henderson though.}



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11 Oct 2018 00:11:53
Thanks for the review Ed001, I agree with everything you said actually, including your MOM choice. Hendo was absolutely brilliant. Ran his socks off and was always looking out for the first time ball forward but avoided playing them unless the odds were right. Gini was pretty good at retaining possession especially under pressure, but for some reason declined to take the opportunities to play the ball more quickly, choosing those precise moments to slow the game down. Occasionally fabulous; often frustrating.

As it was my first time at Anfield it was very disappointing not to see Liverpool score, but thankfully neither did City. Mahrez’s penalty miss was celebrated like a goal though so that was enjoyable. I have to say Mahrez did produce some absolute moments of magic in the game, though they have been overlooked by the media due to his penalty.

Hopefully the next time I am able to visit Anfield it will be a more open match!


{Ed001's Note - at least you didn't see a loss mate. The first time I went as a kid we lost and I wasn't allowed any food when we got in as my uncles decided I must be a Jonah. That was the one time I was glad some of the family were Evertonians as they were sneaking me food all night!}



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01 Oct 2018 11:32:34
The best analogy for neural pathways I’ve come across is that it’s kinda like a mouse in forest that has become familiar with a certain route. But if a route becomes blocked off it has to learn a different route to compensate - and even if the original route becomes unblocked the mouse has somewhat gotten used to going by the new route, even if it’s less efficient.

That’s why it’s best to let an injury fully heal before getting back into things so that the brain doesn’t start learning new ways of coping which messes things up even when the injury has cleared.

In Salah’s case I believe having to play for Egypt in the WC while not back at 100% has affected those neural pathways as Ed001 has suggested. But I believe he has to play through it, regain his confidence that the old pathways work fine again and he’ll be back to the Salah of old.




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24 Sep 2018 01:37:25
Excellent read, thank you Ed.