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05 Dec 2013 13:33:32
Hey eds.
Read somewere this morning that samid yesil is of interest to beskitas. Any truth? Wouldn't mind seeing the kid get a chance while sturridge is out.
Cheers.

madmax

{Ed002's Note - A representative of Besiktas has said that they have approached Liverpool apout Yesil - it has been suggested that Eintracht Braunschweig might also have an interest.}


1.) Many thanks ed.


2.) Do you think he will be allowed to go ed
we rate him highly so I can't see him leaving permanently

{Ed002's Note - I don't know. I would hope that the club talk to the player and explain what his future options might be. I suspect the won't offer him a run in the first team that is too often what the kids want - and why many need to move on.}


3.) Thanks Ed.

Would you expect this to be a loan deal? I'd be suprised if the club were open to a permanent deal.

{Ed002's Note - Both Besiktas and Eintracht Braunschweig would be looking for a permanent deal.}


4.) The kid would be wise to make the move! Look at Adam Morgan. Try and include a but back option of some sort for a certain fee.


 

 

 

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07 Nov 2016 20:57:11
Anyone else enjoy Emre can pulling out the classic vincenzo montella aeroplane celebration yesterday.

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1.) 08 Nov 2016 03:52:05
Loved it mate .


 

 

19 Sep 2016 21:54:16
Has any1 else seen the video on bbc website were the Swedish team AIK got the pensioners to be mascots for the game. I think it's a great gesture to the loyal fans who have been supporters for such a long time.

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1.) 19 Sep 2016 23:49:59
Also like to give a shout for dutch football team RKC Waalwijk who allowed bikini-wearing models to be their mascots for a game this year. A great gesture to a bunch of ladies who are currently struggling to scrape enough money together to afford a full set of clothes.


2.) 20 Sep 2016 18:40:38
Is there a video of that as well annie?


 

 

13 Sep 2016 19:31:03
Hey Ed I love your analysis on former players, if I may put 2 former players forward to you who never seem to be mentioned. Nick Barmby and momo sissoko. Cheers in advance Ed. Great work as always.

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{Ed001's Note - I have to be honest, I was not a big fan of Barmby, Lallana reminds me of him. Not in terms of the way they play overall, but in terms of how lightweight they are. Barmby was more likely to pop up with a goal but he didn't really do enough for my liking in terms of influencing a game. He always seemed to be a bit anonymous unless he scored, to an even bigger degree than Maxi Rodriguez.

As for Momo, he was more my type of player as he got stuck in and worked hard. He was maturing into a great player before his eye injury in a European game. Momo was tall, quick, strong, hard working, could pass, loved a tackle, he was a modern day midfielder in terms of athleticism but with genuine ability too. Sadly his career was ended before it really began. He was reminiscent of Vieira.}


1.) 13 Sep 2016 21:01:12
Yeah I remember the game when momo had the injury. He was a classy player. Thanks for your time Ed, always appreciate it.

{Ed001's Note - I still remember it but I can't remember who we were playing. Real shame, he was a great lad too.}


2.) 13 Sep 2016 21:56:31
I remember thinking he was a fantastic player to have in midfield to break up opposition play but from what I remembered of him his passing was quite erratic. I can remember being a bit frustrated at seeing him win the ball back only to give it away again seconds later. injury happened after a collision with Beto against benfica (I googled this much! )


3.) 13 Sep 2016 21:58:31
Great player, was Momo. Loved him as a guy and was a true modern day midfielder. He had more ability than Masche, the guy Rafa sacrificed him for, IMO. He still talks highly about LFC till this day.


4.) 13 Sep 2016 21:59:06
Ed, we were playing Benfica in the CL second round in Lisbon.


5.) 13 Sep 2016 21:53:27
Fairly sure it was Benfica.

He was never a great passer beforehand, but he wasn't terrible either and could do enough with the ball for the role we had him in (no worse than the much more fondly remembered Mascherano on the ball, for example) . He also came up with the odd decent dribble using his strength to barge through. Afterwards though, whether it was mental or physical, he never really got his touch back.


6.) 13 Sep 2016 23:52:56
I remember on his first game back he was supposed to be wearing these special glasses for a good amount of time. 10 minutes into the match he threw them to the side.


7.) 14 Sep 2016 05:56:17
Momo at one point single handedly dominated and stopped the Barcelona midfield which "supposedly" had one of the unstoppable players (ronaldinho) in world at that time.


8.) 13 Sep 2016 23:47:15
Momo was a great player, but he certainly couldn't pass, LOL. Still loved his goal (against Newcastle I think) - he went nuts. Loved him.


9.) 14 Sep 2016 08:20:04
Hasn't Momo just returned to the PL? Can't recall which team but I'm sure he was having a trial over here after leaving his last club.


10.) 14 Sep 2016 16:14:20
A trial with WBA. Don`t know how it turned out, tho.


 

 

29 Jul 2016 06:33:27
Has anyone else seen the 3rd kit. Not normally one to say anything bad, but the words oh dear come to mind.

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11 Mar 2016 08:12:18
Ed if you don't mind me asking. what's the differance between a manager and a head coach?
Cheers.

madmax

{Ed001's Note - varies from club to club, but the main difference is the input into signings. A manager will be in charge of the scouting and signings, as well as the coaching side of the club. A head coach normally has little to no input into the signings, certainly never the final say over them.}


1.) 11 Mar 2016 10:28:50
So basically, the Head coach just coaches?

{Ed001's Note - sets tactics, informs those responsible for the signings what kind of players he wants. Some will develop coaching strategies for the whole club, down to youth level.}


2.) 11 Mar 2016 11:33:34
Cheers ed. I only ask because if rumours are true, benitez will be manager of Newcastle. So basically he wants full control.

{Ed001's Note - Rafa likes to have control. That was the main issue he had at Liverpool the constant power battle.}


3.) 11 Mar 2016 11:45:45
Cheers ed. Appreciate ya time.

{Ed001's Note - it should not be an issue at Newcastle anyway, they allowed McClaren to pick the January signings.}


4.) 11 Mar 2016 12:00:50
Last question honest.
I feel for some reason benitez could do well at newcastle. I feel he can maybe prove a point there, by taking a relegation threatened team to at least mid table if not higher.
How do you think he will fair there?
Cheers again.

{Ed001's Note - without Pako Ayesteran he is half the manager he was with him. I think he is on a hiding to nothing, Newcastle are an embarrassment and it will take a miracle, not a manager. He will need luck more than skill to get the Toon out of the mess they are in.}


5.) 11 Mar 2016 12:24:42
Yeah good ppint ed. I always forget about pako. Cheers man.

{Ed001's Note - you are very welcome mm.}


 

 

 

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07 Jan 2017 18:14:11
Talk about the most classic rumour on this site.

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19 Dec 2016 07:06:31
I don't doubt his ability Ed, just that he's not playing aswel as he should be. Technically he is good. He always pulls out of 50/ 50 tackles or doesn't even tackle, doesn't track back as much as he should. I'm not comparing him to Henderson either.

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{Ed025's Note - he has been a serial underachiever max but there is something special in there just waiting to come out mate..my god i hope its tonight.. :)


 

 

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18 Dec 2016 21:51:08
Never seen the hype around Bartley. Bang average imo.

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{Ed025's Note - bartley is a decent player to be honest max, and if henderson gets the plaudits for being a good player then ross being miles ahead in ability terms should as well mate, take them rose tinted glasses off and you might see football in a different light..


 

 

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17 Dec 2016 20:14:38
No worries Ed.

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17 Dec 2016 18:20:34
What was the payment we had to pay them last year Ed?

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{Ed002's Note - I dealt with it at the time it is not worth opening up again.}


 

 

 

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17 Feb 2017 11:56:17
Is Titus bramble still playing.

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12 Feb 2017 20:48:10
I did say eventually, but I'm not sure ed. I Just think a few players could learn a thing or two from him.

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12 Feb 2017 20:08:00
Love the guy to bits and would be sad to see him leave. I would see if he would be interested in a role when he eventually retires. Has shown a great personality since he's been and whether he was to be a coach or an ambassador i think we need more people like him around.

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{Ed002's Note - He has only just turned 30 - what role would you offer him?}


 

 

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11 Jan 2017 18:16:59
How was manes goal offside it got, knocked on by a Sunderland player. Delusional.

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02 Jan 2017 13:37:15
U should of seen how bad they were in the 90s mk.

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