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06 Dec 2016 08:31:21
eds is quincy promes a realistic target for January?


{Ed002's Note - This would be to replace Mance for three matches or so? Then what?

Quincy Promes has been watched over the past 18 months or so by Inters, Spurs, Chelsea, Manchester United, Newcastle, Liverpool, Dortmund, Al Ain and Southampton. Interest of Bayern Munich and Juventus (both of whom saw him as squad padding) was ended when quoted €32M by Spartak before Christmas 2015 but they became aware of a third party that might have a claim on the player and might need to be paid off. This has pushed the asking price to an unrealistic €45M - enought to make Spurs drop any thoughts about trying to negotiate a deal. A new contract has recently been signed but Spartak would be keen to sell in January.}

1.) 06 Dec 2016 16:09:49
By spartak buying ALEXANDR SAMEDOV does that move the QUINCY PROMES transfer on or am I barking up the wrong tree.

{Ed002's Note - Read the post.}

2.) 06 Dec 2016 16:17:39
Holy Mackeral!

3.) 06 Dec 2016 17:00:00
Hello Ed,
A few rumours floating around of our interest in Virgil Van Djik and his rumoured 25M£ release clause. Is the price tag true?

{Ed002's Note - I don't know about the release clause but there will be enough interest in him from clubs that the price will likely run higher.}

4.) 06 Dec 2016 17:41:48
ed002 thanks for the reply, this site is the reason I don't buy newspapers. Safe travels, thanks for your time.

{Ed002's Note - You are very sweet - do you have an aunt still alive?}

5.) 06 Dec 2016 23:57:58
Azmoun or Quincy, which one is better?

6.) 06 Dec 2016 22:47:58
I've been reading this site since it was just football-rumours. My first ever post is purely because that is my favourite ever ed002 response of the last eight years!

7.) 08 Dec 2016 16:49:58
LEEKUANYEW, PROMES is a better more end product and assists, an all-round better player, AZMOUN would probably struggle to get game time with us.

8.) 09 Dec 2016 13:41:10
Never watched Quincy play tbh with ya, but I can tell you if his Fut 17 card is anything to go by he's one hell of a player;)



25 Jul 2016 00:34:28
Rumours gathering pace that Liverpool will make one final offer of £8m to Leicester for ben chilwell.


1.) 25 Jul 2016 07:14:34
I love it when rumours gather pace 😅.

2.) 25 Jul 2016 09:47:28
Not seen him myself, but happy to go with all what people say. If we don't get him now and he plays well next season for whoever he could be worth the kind of fee Luke Shaw went for? He wants to come so let's get it done so we can move on, as I think that might be our lot! Would just be mainly selling or maybe a few kids?

3.) 25 Jul 2016 11:29:45
I've no problem with bringing Chilwell in but only if he's one of 2 left backs coming in.
By all accounts he has great potential but at 19 and with very little appearances under his belt is he suitable backup/ replacement for Moreno.
I believe Moreno is our weak link however perhaps Klaven can fit in there when needed.

4.) 25 Jul 2016 12:07:11
Don't worry too much about little prem experience. Rob Jones, Jon Flannaghan, Luke Shaw etc etc the list goes on. Young quality can do well and it's no different to buying an expensive 'known' full back from Spain, France or Brazil as they too have no prem experience and can also fail.

If people in the game who have seen players come through and know their stuff tip this guy then it should be enough.

He could be bad just as much as he could be amazing, that can be anyone we bring in, so just trust it's a good choice and we have good coaches,

5.) 25 Jul 2016 13:32:38
I wouldn't expect him to come straight in and replace Moreno, more challenge Moreno to up his game abit and give him maybe the same amount of game time as Smith last season and perhaps replace Moreno next season.

6.) 25 Jul 2016 13:58:29
Watched him vs Celtic and he`s already better than Moreno, the worst defensive liability I`ve ever seen.

7.) 25 Jul 2016 14:34:58
Willems is the better than chillwell imo though bc does have great potential.

8.) 26 Jul 2016 01:04:32
to anyone saying moreno is worst left back ever, can noone remember konchesky? although i do agree he isn't good enough, let's not put him that low.

9.) 26 Jul 2016 09:57:04
Worst left back has got to be Julian dicks for those of us who can remember.



16 May 2016 16:04:40
reports coming from Germany that loris karius has agreed terms with Liverpool, know anything about this ed? also it seems to me that klopp already has his targets in mind as we are not wasting time in getting players in, getting them out could be a bit trickier I feel. Roll on Wednesday the mighty reds in a European final again has a nice ring to it, winning the final will of course change the way we view the season and also return us to the champions league, where we have some making up to do after what happened the last time we were in it.


{Ed002's Note - I don't know any detail just that he was going to be more likely than Horn or ter Stegen. He is not a player Liverpool has shown any interest in during the season although it was thought that they could turn to him. Everton have looked at him on several occasions and Dortmund are looking for a replacement for Weidenfeller who can push Burki and are again looking at Karius. Spurs looked whilst there were concerns over Lloris not renewing his contract.}

1.) 16 May 2016 16:16:07
thanks for the reply ed002.

2.) 16 May 2016 20:14:44
hi does anyone no if it will be as 2choice or replace migs not seen anything of him a report off anyone would be good wats his good attributes cheers.

3.) 16 May 2016 20:34:28
Ed002 has said for a long time that we are looking for a keeper to challenge Mignolet mike g so there's your answer.

4.) 16 May 2016 18:26:26
Someones having fun on wiki - apparently Karius is 3.6m tall - should be able to command his box then lol.



10 Feb 2016 15:42:26
ed 2 do you expect joel matip to announce on Friday he has agreed to join lfc? also not lfc related but do you have any info as to where pelligrini will end up next year? thanks for your time.


{Ed002's Note - I don't expect any announcement from Joel Matip on Friday KK. There is no information on where Pellegrini will move to next season but I suspect he might well end up at a club that still has a contracted manager such as Atletico Madrid if Simeone were to leave or perhaps as one of the three to be considered by Juventus if Allegri were to leave.}

1.) 10 Feb 2016 17:16:10
thanks for the reply ed.

2.) 11 Feb 2016 05:07:04
Hi Ed's

How about Rafa Benitez? Will he come back to PL?

Any club looking at him?

On a different note when I asked if Ed's had any updates on Rafa's next destination, I was told to go to Real Madrid page but however above I see open discussion about Simone, Pellegrini and Allegri.

{Ed001's Note - he is not coming to Liverpool but he wants an English club. He did have talks with Valencia but is not going there either.}

3.) 11 Feb 2016 05:23:33
Strange. I would think Valencia is perfect for him after the poor start by Neville.

{Ed001's Note - with Peter Lim in charge using it as a clearing house for Jorge Mendes players? No one in their right mind with more than two brain cells to rub together is going to take it. Why on earth do you think Neville got the job in the first place?}

4.) 11 Feb 2016 05:27:30
any English club ed or has he one in mind. arsenal perhaps?

{Ed001's Note - there is nothing brewing right now for him, the sporting director of Valencia tried to get him to agree a deal but he turned it down, but there has been no Prem approach, yet anyway.}

5.) 11 Feb 2016 06:40:38
Thanks Ed1.

Yes, it was a real shock seeing Gary Neville getting a manager job without any exp or knowledge of local language.

{Ed001's Note - he only got it as he is Peter Lim's mate and no one else wants it, otherwise he would be gone by now.}

6.) 11 Feb 2016 10:37:58
Aye Ed is right, the Salford City connections.

7.) 11 Feb 2016 11:09:23
Benitez for Chelsea.

8.) 11 Feb 2016 15:20:25
So, anyway. About Matip. He's rejected Schalke's contract offer. But they're still in de nile. Are there other clubs interested in signing him Eds or is Anfield his likely destination?

Huh? Benitez for Chelsea? No chance.
I could see him somewhere like Everton or Southampton, if either of them end up without a manager. Or, seeing as there's likely to be a managerial merry-go-round this year. Perhaps as the next Watford or Leicester boss?

9.) 11 Feb 2016 17:11:06
they say never rule anything out, but if rafa became everton manager it would be a bigger shock to me than Leicester winning the title.

10.) 12 Feb 2016 12:36:45
De nile is nowhere near Schalke. its in Egypt.

11.) 12 Feb 2016 13:10:14
Love it Zimbo.




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07 May 2018 21:43:19
so mo salah has not scored in 3 games and is probably going to miss out on catching the rush record of 47, what a disgrace the man is! (SACARSM ALERT) and all of a sudden our front 3 are selfish, that's funny I must have imagined the part they all played in mane's goal in rome, yes the recent results have been disappointing but everything we want to achieve remains in our hands, now is not the time to throw our toys out of the pram, thankfully we get a full weeks rest and we go again sunday, Chelsea still have 2 difficult games left and I would still rather be in our position, finally salah has 43 goals in his debut season, a total none of expected at the start of the season, a couple of flat performances won't make me forget the brilliance he has displayed time and time again, I suppose the critics have waited a long time to stick the boot in, our front 3 are amongst the best in Europe and I wouldn't want to lose any of them, please keep the faith fellow reds, top 4 and number 6 are still achievable.


1.) 07 May 2018 21:54:20
Don't worry KK, the same people will be waxing lyrical on 27 May once our front three have all scorez in Kiev and fired us to #6. Media has to sell newspapers and they know a lot of their readership is small minded idiots.

2.) 07 May 2018 22:08:47
Wouldn’t bet against Mo getting 5 goals in the next 2 games 🏆.

3.) 07 May 2018 22:16:03
Mate if we won 5-4 in the final we'd still have people moaning about goals conceded lol goes in one ear and out the other for me. We should be proud, we've had a fantastic year/ season overall and I'm delighted with how we have done, it'll only get better as well. WHEN we beat Brighton we secure top 4, WHEN we smash RM it's time for the negative buggers to get behind the team and believe in the squad we have.

Everybody was so chuft before the Chelsea game, we lose 1-0 and everybody goes crazy. It was never going to be an easy game, it's Chelsea, it can go either way, at the weekend we'll make it right. I understand peoples frustration, I do. But what I don't like to see is the Klopp out brigade, it's to be quite frank absolutely pathetic, I've also seen comments around the internet saying Salah has finally been figures out, you have got to be joking me? lol these comments are just hilarious.

Good post KK.

4.) 07 May 2018 23:09:32
Salah has been saving his goals for the final. Double hat trick coming our way. 👍🤞🏼.

5.) 07 May 2018 23:18:57
Good one KK.

6.) 08 May 2018 09:02:17
I particularly enjoyed Jermain Jenas, font of all knowledge, putting on his most serious voice and telling us that the liverpool front three for a few weeks has lost it's sparkle. You know, the front 3 that scored 5 against Roma less than two weeks ago, and because the first CL to score in Rome - something Barca, Chelsea and Athletico couldn't manage. The genuis minds of the professional pundits.

7.) 08 May 2018 11:14:46
Spot on, OP and the other lads. I have NEVER in all my years, seen a team being slammed in the media for making the CL final. It was unbelievable to see many in the media, lose their minds cos we conceded to goals in the final minutes whereas they forgot to mention that LFC shut Roma out till the 86th minute at 2-2 (needing 3 to force extra time) . The bitterness, jealousy and outright hatred for LFC and Klopp, is astounding. Someone actually put out an article, trying to support Roma's claims that they were cheated by the ref. Yeah, that happened. Trust me, they hate us cos they ain't us.

As for the pundits in the media, I have stopped paying attention to what they say cos to me, they contribute to the standard mayhem that many of our fans feed into, losing their marbles cos we lost a game that anyone w/ a functioning brain knew we could lose. "Klopp Out"? Really? Like some said, we will beat RM 5-4 and the media will still moan about it.



03 May 2018 09:59:00
watching Liverpool play should come with a health warning, watching last nights game put 10yrs on me! my question to my fellow reds is this, do we just accept that's the way its going to be under klopp or do we want to become more boring and stress free? to sum up this crazy semi-final we were 5-o up for the 1st 80 minutes yet lost 6-2 in the next 100 minutes, god only knows what the final will bring, as I said last night I hope its 3rd time lucky for jurgen klopp, finally may I pass on my best wishes to sean cox and his family, get better soon. Y. N. W. A.


1.) 03 May 2018 10:09:17
I can't believe all the negative posts!
We played well first half, 2-1 up and it was essentially job 75% done.
Second half drop off was game management and totally understandable.
Their two late goals put a different slant on the picture, for me.
That was comfortable for most of the match.

You watch any of Liverpool's old European Cup aways and much of the time we'd bore the other side to death - play the Continentals at their own game.
Game management is what the European Cup has always been about, and the tie was wrapped up at Anfield.

2.) 03 May 2018 10:09:36
In my years supporting Liverpool we have never made it easy on ourselves. Just don't think it's our way lol.

3.) 03 May 2018 10:13:22
it was not that bad, but yea they got a couple in the last 6-7 minutes or so.
we had them at 2-2 till what 85 minutes i think and pretty much under control. and then we let radja run. Thing was nobody wanted to risk a tackle at that point and he did hit that one good. then a bad decision with the penalty to add to drama.
If you watched the game i think we were pretty comfortable in the first half and dealt with almost everything they threw at us after they equalised but for the last 6-7 minutes.
But yea it did end with drama.
Lucky for us though that refree missed a couple of penalties.

4.) 03 May 2018 10:24:55
I don't know what all the panic was about lads the tie was never in doubt once we got the second. they score 2 late goals which were irrevlant. The ref was always going to blow it up after the pen. the scoreline looks worse than it was. We need to get lads rested now. Hope we get a point against chelsea and be fresh for Kiev. What a time to be a supporter long gone are the dark days which were not so long ago under Roy when we had David Ngog leading the line with spearing anchoring the middle and Paul Konchesky doing whatever je was suppose to be doing.

5.) 03 May 2018 10:30:01
The Juicer. Interesting you mentioned this. They were before my time but recently I got hold of a few full match videos of our European Cup matches and finals in the Paisley and Fagan days. Honestly speaking, they were largely a bore! On many occasions I was so tempted to fast forward but thought perhaps I might miss the good bits but it never came. There was no sexy football so to speak but just very functional performances of scoring what we needed, killing of the game and making it so unplayable; literally taking the sting out of the game, then going on to win and lift the Cup at the end of the game. And I was still thinking I will see flicks, tricks, mazy runs, fast paced counter attacking, countless last ditched tackles, etc.

6.) 03 May 2018 10:32:02
I agree with you JUICER and when you think over the 2 legs roma were given 2 penalties witch they wernt and an own goal and don't forget roma hadn't conceeded a home goal till we turned up fully deserved result over the 2 legs. and having watched b. munich against Madrid I think our front 3 will cause them quite a few problems.

7.) 03 May 2018 10:33:46
The ref missed a couple of possible penalty shouts for roma, sure but roma also had 2 penalties given which were both ball to hand. Also mane could've had a penalty early on.

Everyone will tell you that to be successful in cup competitions you need a bit of luck, we have had some yes but also the best team won in every game we have played in this ucl. I can understand some negativity. We lost. But jeez it was a win really and we are in the ucl final. Now is not the time for negativity. Except Walter of course. Love ya mate.

8.) 03 May 2018 10:53:34
im not being negative lads, walter has that covered, just sharing my thoughts and observations, happy to be in the final and even happier to be underdogs, roll on the final after we finish strongly in the league.

9.) 03 May 2018 11:00:54
It is great watching Liverpool play but i fear they will need to tighten up at the back if we are ever to win the league. Great going forward, still work to be done at the back, in my opinion.

10.) 03 May 2018 11:14:59
100% agree I love the sexy attacking, would love the defence to be nice and boring, ie drama free, then we will have the basis to go on and achieve our long term goals.

11.) 03 May 2018 13:35:10
This is the Klopp way, expect goals at both ends.
It’s like watching NBA 😄

It’s entertaining for sure. Last night was nothing like 2005, THAT was nerve-wracking 😬.

12.) 03 May 2018 14:36:46
Could the coaching staff be taking advice on how to play from Lebron James? ;-)

13.) 03 May 2018 14:36:46
Could the coaching staff be taking advice on how to play from Lebron James? ;-)

14.) 03 May 2018 15:19:01
It doesn't matter how much you win by, the fact is we are in the final and they are not.



15 Apr 2018 01:57:20
I would just like to pay my respects to the 96, gone but never forgotten, may they rest in peace. Y. N. W. A.




02 Apr 2018 06:34:37
Ed002 what with there being no English referees at the world cup has the premier league or fa put it down to just one of those things or are they genuinely concerned about the standard of top flight refereeing?


{Ed002's Note - The referees are not the responsibility of the Premier League in any way or form. They are banded together under the The Referees’ Association. The reason for there being no English referees' at the World Cup is not because there wasn't one on the list but because the one who was walked away from the game. As for the standard of refereeing in England, the inconsistency is of serious concern to a number (probably just about all) of the clubs and there have been several meetings and discussions over the past couple of years. The introduction of technical aids means that every decision is now being disected by fans and the media, which of course adds unnescessary pressure. The RA and the FA would like the clubs to be less vocal publically about the matter as they try and improve the situation.}

1.) 02 Apr 2018 09:32:05
Great response.
Our refs in the EPL seem content on having no rapport with the players and are too inconsistent.

{Ed002's Note - It is the inconsistency the clubs have the major issue with. The RA is not happy with the likes of Keith Hackett and Dermot Gallagher critiquing the performances of individuals in the public eye, which itself leads to tension and pressure and they are truly astonished by the revalations that Mark Clattenburg has (suggesting that he decided prior to a game not to send players off and impacting the outcome) and that he has a couple of other things he has said he will say (that will call a number of things in to serious question). He needs to be stopped.}

2.) 02 Apr 2018 10:53:34
I think you need to factor in that the current crop of refs aren’t a patch on the previous generation. That said, I would very much like to see the refs respected as they are in Rugby League. Only the captain to approach the ref. Anyone waving an imaginary card should be booked themselves. Anyone touching the ref at all, card or off. Then we might see some order restored. But in return the refs have to become more consistent.

{Ed002's Note - It really doesn't work like that.}

3.) 02 Apr 2018 11:37:50
Ed- agree on the inconsistency - some decisions made one week are given in the opposite direction the following week - sometimes by the same official!

But I also think they are not helped by direction given. Start of season - holding from a corner obvious instruction to award a free kick/ pen. Now- same season- do what you want and get away with it.

That’s inconsistency right from the top.

4.) 02 Apr 2018 12:12:01
“He needs to be stopped” 😂 Said like a true Hollywood action film bad guy.

5.) 02 Apr 2018 12:27:45
All you have to do is watch the Palace game to know that the ref. standards in the PL is completely dreadful.

6.) 02 Apr 2018 12:55:50
I watched a district league game the other weekend and two players were sent off for gobbing off at the ref after he gave the other team a penalty, can’t help but think that if that happened in the premier league then players would be a lot more respectful to the refs.

7.) 02 Apr 2018 14:51:20
I watch a lot of Rugby (both codes) And the refs are dwafed by the giants they ref during the games yet when there is a disputed decision there are no riots, no more than two players near the ref and they step off immediately after being told. Very often with a "yes sir" or "understood" as they go. Footballers could learn a lot from those guys. (Don't know if anyone saw the Hull derby the weekend but the highlight was when Snead got called over by the ref for chucking the ball at a KR player and it wasn't him, when he told the ref who it actually was the said player could be clearly heard saying f*****g snitch! with a smile on his face, you don't get that any where else) .

8.) 02 Apr 2018 12:29:07
thanks for the response Ed002 appreciate it.

9.) 02 Apr 2018 15:38:06
English referees are dreadful.

10.) 02 Apr 2018 19:25:50
the number of wrong or border line decions that have gone against Lierpool this season have been awful .

11.) 02 Apr 2018 19:47:33
T-D, That would not happen in the PL (as much as I would like it to be) cos the media, managers and players would scream bloody murder and that ref would not ref a PL game again. Sad but true.

12.) 02 Apr 2018 20:10:17
Personally I don't think the refs can win I agree there is inconsistencies, ref to ref and game to game but you can say that about players and they train constantly to be at their best every game it's human. I don't doubt refs have been biased towards teams or players or even on a limited basis (or more so in Italy perhaps) deliberately called a game a certain way either for personal gain or politics but I am sure this is a global issue and affects all sports. No mater what a refs decision is one side will always be upset and moan but this has probably been the case from the start of time. Unfortunately technology changed which allowing pundits and fans to watch slow motion video several times from different angles in HD while the refs decision is made in a split second. I am not a fan of VAR as it has been used so far I think it is too slow and I would hate to see it become more prevalent in the game as I am sure it will only be a mater of time before TV say we should have an ad during this VAR decision. I would like to see balls out of play and offsides handled the way goal line technology is with the linesman being notified if the technology is quick enough to react to the play otherwise leave it alone. If anyone out there watches NHL (ice hockey) they will know no mater how many angles are covered replays can take ages for a decision to be made and they are still inconsistent and and sometimes get them wrong. But at the end of the day there are still debates about offside and goalie interference on a near daily basis. All that might have changed is the game got slower and the Refs might be second inline for abuse after the team reviewing the play.

{Ed001's Note - FIFA have already looked into the possibility of using the VAR moments in the World Cup to host ad breaks. Funnily enough, when they were told it was very feasible to do so was when they decided to use it!}



05 Mar 2018 13:02:33
watched motd last night and it made me smile when discussing how to play against man city they completely ignored how Liverpool pressed them to death at anfield, also if these top coaches are so good at tatics how come they have not watched how wolves, Bristol city and wigan caused them problems and copied them? lastly the Liverpool side of 87/ 88 would have made mincemeat of this current city side.


1.) 05 Mar 2018 13:15:28
I thought exactly the same thing.

2.) 05 Mar 2018 13:18:03
Yeah mate I noticed that as well they never mentioned the Anfield game at all.

3.) 05 Mar 2018 13:21:57
The prob is OP, that NOT all teams can play the way we play. In fact, City and Spurs play the press as well BUT not the way we play it which has changed dramatically since Klopp first arrived. Simply put, we are the BEST at what we do and how we do it. You can't copy that in a week of training nor season if that is NOT eho you are as a team. We are built in Klopp's image and that takes years to do. cos Klopp has been playing and fine-tuning this system for years.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Utd will NEVER be us in this regard so why bother, really? The know-nothing pundits can say people should play like us till their blue in he face BUT it'll never happen. If you wanna play like us? Simple. Get Klopp! Spoiler alert: You can't have him.

{Ed001's Note - but Wolves, Bristol City and Wigan managed to give them a harder time than most Prem teams, they are not Liverpool.}

4.) 05 Mar 2018 13:49:41
I feel that City have been handed the title on a plate. Only us and maybe Burnley have had a go at them too many teams have played cowardly damage limitation tactics against them. They are a really good side and KDB is one of the best passers in the world. Maybe if a fee teams had a go the points gap wouldn't be so vast .

5.) 05 Mar 2018 14:04:39
BRover, out of interest why do you always SHOUT in your POSTS? It's an interesting TYPING style that you have. I get your POINT that our playing STYLE can't be simply copied BUT come on Chelsea should be competing with CITEH.

6.) 05 Mar 2018 14:07:10
also I loved how the city left backs "tackle" on moses was also ignored, yet pep wants his players to be protected, what a hypocrite this guy is.

7.) 05 Mar 2018 19:26:15
Red Reaper, I do it for fun, man. Trust me, not shouting. And I like your post as well as it made me laugh with the way you worded it.

8.) 05 Mar 2018 22:06:39
Nice one BR 👍🏻 I like your posts.




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07 Apr 2019 22:53:36
Depay for Mane would be a definite downgrade!




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25 Oct 2018 23:20:37
players come and players go, he will be replaced should he leave and life will continue regardless.




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08 May 2018 14:42:25
superb stuff, your hard work is appreciated. we really need to let markovic leave and pick up his career with another club.




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02 May 2018 13:26:57
good point walter, every transfer is a gamble with many different factors as to why some work and others don't, the only question i would ask a perspective new signing would be can you mentally cope with the pressure of wearing that Liverpool jersey and being able to perform consistently week in week out, we need players who will have the mental strength to want to be winners if we are to become contenders on a regular basis in both the premier league and champions league, the title drought has gone on far too long now and its time we ended the wait.




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25 Apr 2018 14:41:22
we need to stay clear of mediocre players, klopp is building something very special, let's not ruin that.





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07 Apr 2019 03:03:30
there is no way he would give up playing regular football, especially as the England left back slot is still up for grabs.




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06 Apr 2019 20:49:09
sounds fair to me Ed001, was always going to be a tricky game, as Southampton have much improved, delighted for all 3 goalscorers for different reasons, the sooner we get Gomez back in defence the better for all, not least Allison, as for wijnaldum at least we have options in midfield, be interesting to see who klopp picks vs Chelsea and porto of course. As for Southampton at least they have a proper manager in charge now who im sure will get rid of the crap they have up front in time, I doubt if they will get relegated now so they can rebuild in time.




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03 Dec 2018 13:57:07
he is still more deadly than Walcott!




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24 Sep 2018 15:42:32
very fair review, as for kieta once he settles down and relaxes we will see the best of him, although as we saw last season with Robertson being patient with him will bring great rewards, I also include Fabinho in this as well.




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16 Jul 2018 12:29:10
classic shankly, they don't make them like him any more.