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Team: Liverpool

Where from: South Wales

Favourite player: Pele

Best team moment: Steven Gerrards 2nd half hat trick against Napoli in the EL

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15 Mar 2017 23:06:17
I know its not Liverpool related, but I would be very grateful if the Eds would allow this post to go through. I am going to watch the world cup qualifier between Ireland and Wales in Dublin. Tickets are impossible to get ( tried everywhere for ages ), so what I wanted to know off Irish LFC fans is, what are the best pubs in Dublin to watch the game on a Friday night. Thanks in advance for any info.

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{Ed002's Note - More than happy to let this sort of post through. I hope someone can help.}

1.) 16 Mar 2017 09:20:40
You would be better staying near the ground. There are a few good pubs there. The Landsdown Hotel is a good spot. For a bit more crack you would be better off heading into an area called Baggot St, its only 5 mins from the ground. Lots of good pubs with plenty of atmosphere for the game.



23 Feb 2017 16:38:28
I grew up with the likes of Keegan and Toshack, Dagleish and Rush. There were so many Liverpool legends, Ian st john, Kevin Moran, Stevie Gerrard, Alan Hansen etc etc. My question is Ed1 if you're about, what did you think of Didi Amman. I don't know why, but I absolutely loved the guy, and thought he was a real footballer and nice guy. Was he as nice a guy as his persona seems to be.

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{Ed001's Note - love him mate, he was my favourite player for a while, always gave his all on the pitch. Shame his coaching career did not work out, after he took on the Stockport County role and they had so many financial issues, he spent his own money keeping them afloat and paying bills for a while. He is a friend of my uncle's, so I can't really say anything bad about him without getting into trouble anyway! Luckily there is not really anything to moan about with Didi!}

1.) 23 Feb 2017 16:58:08
Would that be the ex Bohemians and Manchester United legend Kevin Moran?

2.) 23 Feb 2017 18:18:15
Great player and a leader on the pitch, Ed. Saw him make his debut from the Bayern academy in 1994 and was a promising prospect then. Awesome guy too, bar the odd tweet here and there, lol.

3.) 23 Feb 2017 19:07:21
Sorry Redplanet, don't know what I was thinking there. Of course I meant Ronnie Moran. Great player, but the lasting memory i have of him was missing a penalty in 64 in the quarter final of the FA cup at Anfield against my home team Swansea.

4.) 23 Feb 2017 20:04:01
Hamman was the man who won us the champs league imo. Made the difference.

5.) 23 Feb 2017 20:12:55
Absolutely, it wasn't a stoke of genius, just a massive bit of luck that he came on and played the match of his life. A legend always.

6.) 24 Feb 2017 11:12:33
Rafa won the CL pushing Gerrard up and bringing Hamann in the midfield and Boy he played a blinder.



15 Jan 2017 22:44:27
Just want to say well played Simon Mignolet. I posted on here that I didn't think he should have been dropped when he was, because in the games he played he did nothing wrong Since he has come back in he has done very well for us, and today saved 2 certain goals. Just hope he can carry on in the same vein

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29 Dec 2016 19:49:38
Off to Scotland for the new year with the other half. Anyone know whether the pubs in Edinburgh show the Liverpool games on Sky, or just Scottish games.

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1.) 29 Dec 2016 20:45:52
I went in 2012,there was a good irish bar called malones which was a sports bar, decent food, cheap drink, great atmosphere.

2.) 29 Dec 2016 21:26:11
Recommend Teuchters in William St, West End.

3.) 29 Dec 2016 21:26:27
Ha ha ha . c'mon lads!

4.) 29 Dec 2016 23:29:01
We have a Mony Malone`s sports bar here in Northern Kentucky (U. S) . That`s where I`ll be watching the game as it is run partly, by and LFC fan from England.

5.) 30 Dec 2016 01:50:58
Did you say Scotland or Timbuktu.



12 Dec 2016 09:48:21
Alright we didn't play anything like we can do. But other than the forced change with Lovren at half time, we finished the game with the same players that started. 3 shots on target all game, to me suggests that a change was needed.

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1.) 12 Dec 2016 10:18:08
In his post-match press conference, Klopp referred to this when he said he had the youngsters - Woodburn, Ejaria and Arnold - on the bench and he softly muttered that it was too early to bring them in against West Ham, because the Hammers had big, huge, tall players (made a "big" sign with both hands) . This is what I don't understand. I saw this at Bournemouth and I saw it again yesterday. Putting players on the bench that he really has no real intention of playing. I can understand he is giving them confidence and perhaps rewarding them for effort in training. But then what about the confidence of players like Grujic, Brannagan and Chirivella? Grujic was a starter at Red Star Belgrade (which is not a third grade team) and Brannagan and Chrivella have been around much longer in the LFC system. It just seems quite odd to have 3 youngsters jump up from the U18's/ U23's straight into the bench for EPL games, while others who are theoretically ahead in the "youth" system at LFC are not even making it to Cup game benches.

Before any of you jump on me for slating Klopp, let me say that's not the case at all. I'm an unequivocal supporter of Klopp and for me, he is the Boss. Probably the best manager around perfectly suited to LFC. I just put this out there for questioning and debate.

2.) 12 Dec 2016 10:24:15
Could some one or the Ed's, what's going on with Grujic? I thought he would be on the bench yesterday with Can out injured.

{Ed002's Note - I have answered before about Grujic - there is no point keep asking.}

3.) 12 Dec 2016 10:53:52
Thanks Ed02. I remember you quoting the player not seems ready for the league.

4.) 12 Dec 2016 11:41:24
Look we all love Klopp, but I think that we all know that he still has a lot to learn too, I am sure that he look back on the last couple of games, and knowing we have some very tough games coming up, he will have to bring in one or two players in this next transfer window .

5.) 12 Dec 2016 12:36:42
Agreed Redforever. Klopp has to seriously think about bringing in a winger and a CB. Coutinho is out for 4-6 weeks and I don't expect him to hit full form the moment he steps on the pitch - nobody does after an injury layoff. Mane will be out for a month or so. Firmino may be going off form (probably because he's best suited to playing with Coutinho), and nobody knows anything about Sturridge. To depend on the 17 year-old Woodburn under these circumstances is a complete non-starter of an idea. Unless Klopp decides to play both Firmino and Origi up top (after training them to stop bumping into each other as they have been doing) and Wijnaldum and Lallana cover the left and right. On the CB situation my first preference is for Gomez to be given his shot. But it's way too soon and there's a risk of re-injury if things are moved forward too fast. If Sakho is sucessfully sold, then a CB slot opens up and it should be filled with a new purchase. Lovren, Lucas and Klavan don't inspire complete confidence at the moment.

6.) 12 Dec 2016 15:05:05
Ra1969 and Redforever, I love your posts in general but disagree relentlessly. Ra, what do you propose Klopp do? We have lost 2/ 3`s of our forward line to temporary and long term injuries and lost can who if nothing, has proven to be a goal threat and create danger when he gets forward. You say you are not slating Klopp but yet again, you say why is he playing not playing the youngsters if he has them on the bench BUT in the same breathe, agree that these youngsters are not ready. Which is it?

Gomez is not ready yet (as he hasn`t even shown he can actually play at CB as he`s never played there for us before) and the manager has said so numerous times so I will trust his judgement as neither of us are LFC manager, . The kids aren`t ready either so again, what do you propose he do?

I am not slating you for your opinion but you are blaming a man who is in a no-win situation. Is it his fault that our forward line is struggling with injury? Could any of us have guessed that Studge, Couts, Ings and Can would be out? Or Lovren or Matip be injured? Come on guys, enough of all this. If we need to go into the TW in Jan, Klopp will make that decision.

However as fans, we need to stick together because we are hurting right now. If we didn`t blame anyone when we were flying, we should definitely NOT blame anyone for our struggles with injury. We have to bear with each other, the players and the manager because they have got us in the position we would all have killed for to get to at this moment.

Success is not easy and you need to be ready to fight during hard times and not lose your cool. I`m ready for the fight. are you?

{Ed002's Note - Ings was not in the first team squad and Coutinho will be back in January - Sturridge is not known. Ojo will be available.}

7.) 12 Dec 2016 16:25:18
Klopp will Karius through this.

Emre Can help too.

Klopps concerned that the young lads Woodburn themselves out .

I'm inClyned to agree, we don't Lucas solid as usual.

A good Origi might help.

Sorry I must get a life.

8.) 12 Dec 2016 16:46:57
Thanks for the update, Ed. My main point was that we are struggling right now with injuries at the forward line and Klopp is in a no win situation hence, people should stop slating him for no reason.

9.) 12 Dec 2016 19:03:52
Hamilton, I think you've misread my post in regards to the use of the bench. Of course, neither Klopp nor the players are responsible for their injuries - nobody is and they're simply part of the sport, any sport.

What I was hinting at, and I guess nobody else caught it, was the question as to whether there are other reasons (than footballing ones) as to why Grujic, Brannagan and others like Chirivella, were not making the bench for even the Cup games. I'll be the first to accept that Woodburn, Ejaria and Arnold have had some brilliant games (in the summer and recently in the League Cup) . But Klopp declared that he was not really going to use them, while sitting them on the bench for games. So, I began to wonder. Is Grujic not playing because his Father is being a pain in the behind with the club (as Ed002 has mentioned)? Is Brannagan not playing because he had a part in his loan deal falling through? Do you get my drift? These are questions that have a place in a rumour/ banter discussion forum like this.

Undoubtedly, very minor issues in comparison to the more pressing issues the club is faced with. So let's leave it at that. But don't place me with the Klopp doubters or slaters/ slaggers. That's not it.

{Ed001's Note - Grujic has been on the bench a few times, but not proven himself ready, then his dad made the situation awkward so he dropped down. Chirivella is just a kid in a position where we have Stewart as the back up, Stewart needs the game time more. Brannagan is a very good question though I think it is more likely he just hasn't done enough this season to justify a place. It happens a lot with players his age, they need to take a few steps back before they go forward again. Their inconsistencies and faults can no longer be overlooked as readily as they can when they are 17 and they need to work on their game.}

10.) 12 Dec 2016 20:08:57
Thanks for the response, Ed. I agree with you, Ra and your point was indeed valid but well-hidde (laugh) . And No, I will never place you in the Klopp Slaggers brigade. you`re way too good for that.

{Ed001's Note - welcome.}

11.) 13 Dec 2016 05:56:10
Thanks both, Ed001 and Hamilton.

{Ed001's Note - pleasure mate.}




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25 Mar 2017 21:24:13
I was at the match, but I was the opposite side and didn't see the tackle. But you could tell from the reaction of the Irish supporters that it was a bad and nasty one.

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21 Mar 2017 13:56:46
Woodburn will be ok in the Wales squad because the Welsh players will make sure he keeps his feet firmly on the ground. There is not one big ego in the whole squad, even the player who was a world record signing.

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09 Mar 2017 09:02:24
They have just taken off us the title of greatest comeback in CL history. But at least ours was in the final, and I don't think that will be beaten.

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01 Mar 2017 09:01:10
Ed, it's a disgrace that amongst that list there are no British managers. There are a few British managers in the epl, but no stand out ones. What are we doing wrong in this country? It seems to me that we don't have enough young British number 2's learning their trade with experienced managers. Seems it is easier for retiring footballer to be pundits rather than find a position as a number 2. Or is it a case of clubs and managers not giving these players a chance.

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{Ed002's Note - Whereas in the past we have seen the likes of Kenny Dalglish, George Graham, Howard Kendall, Brian Clough, Howard Wilkinson, Alex Ferguson, Ron Atkinson et al the change is changing dynamically and there is not the interest nor skillset out there right now. The most significant change has come with the portability of managers from other nations and with the money in the English game, English sides can cherry pick the better managers from abroad - hence the likes of Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger, Pep Guariola and Antonio Conte are managing in the Premier League.

Many British players have no interest and to be honest, many are far from the brightest so would not take well to it.}



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28 Feb 2017 13:14:50
So Ed, are you saying that last night we weren't slow, sluggish and lacking in fitness.

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{Ed001's Note - yep. Leicester made us look it because they were so up for it, the players were certainly none of those things. Sorry but there were signs of us not having played for two weeks, passing off etc, but no signs of tiredness. There were lots of players getting in each others way, making the wrong runs, but they were making the runs. If they had rested they would have been far worse. This was far more about a bunch of backstabbing *censored* who won the title last season through hard work, working even harder than they did last season to try and prove a point. The only point proved was that they are backstabbing *censored* who downed tools on Ranieri and were fully capable of doing far better than they have been all season, they just couldn't be arsed because they have got too big for their boots.}