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08 May 2019 02:37:28
I keep watching the 4th goal over and over. I don't think klopp will ever drop trent in big games again. what's Origi worth now? 50 mil? He's one of those players that does great in a great team or poor in a poor team. He works for the team and if the team does their job so does he. He's a workhorse with speed, height and strength and an eye for goal. A great weapon to have in the arsenal even if he's not that great with the ball at his feet. we can't have it all. As for wini, I think his price tag just doubled too. None of these guys would leave anyway.

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04 May 2019 23:40:00
klopp just said firmino won't be ready on wednesday. looks like a front 3 of origi mane and salah. midfield will probably be milner, hendo, wini. It looks like milner was rested for barca.

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1.) 05 May 2019 06:30:09
Would much rather see Ox get a game or to be honest if City were to drop any points against Leicester just accept defeat and rest all our players. We looked tired against Newcastle and somehow made Rondon look like Alan Shearer on speed.


2.) 05 May 2019 06:40:36
If City drop points against Leicester, then play the second team against Barcelona coz we ain't winning against them anyways. Give Adam Lewis, Ox, Origi, Shaq, Lovren, Lallana a run out against Barcelona if City do end up dropping points.


3.) 05 May 2019 07:15:45
Really Indian Buzzer? You don't think its possible to come back from 3-0? Imagine if we score three goals in 12 minutes and take it to penalties. Stranger things have happened.


4.) 05 May 2019 08:20:37
IB, I was thinking the exact same thing. If City drop points then Klopp may have a decision to make. Does he rest Salah (this is assuming he is not in the Concussion Protocol requiring a 6 day rest) and Bobbie for the Wolves game knowing we have a chance to win the PL with a win OR does he try to overturn the 3-0 deficit? Right now, I would pick the former.

{Ed025's Note - it does,nt matter what he does really red wolf, liverpools name is on the trophy mate i have never seen a team have so much luck in all my life, the amount of last gasp goals and decisions going for you is incredible and if this sort of thing was happening to city i am sure you would all be calling foul, things like trent not being sent off and fab falling over to get the free kick from where you scored are just a couple of examples but it has been like that all season, now im not saying you wont deserve it because you do need a certain amount of luck to win anything...but this is really going to the extremes...who me bitter?...never.. :)


5.) 05 May 2019 08:26:21
I completely agree with you Buzzer! City drop points and we rest key players.

It’s an absolute no brainier for me.


6.) 05 May 2019 08:30:08
Virgil, i never said its impossible but is is highly unlikely. In the event City do drop points today, I would not exactly fancy our chances against Wolves without two thirds of our strike force plus another few first teamers that already look knackered.
There is still a huge problem in the squad in the fact that the gulf in quality between our first team players and squad players is huge. We need to address that this summer.


7.) 05 May 2019 08:47:13
Ed0025, I don’t mind the rant about luck and decisions going our way - I would be saying exactly the same if it was your lot in our position instead of 41 points behind us - but you are wrong about the TAA decision. The laws of the game say that it is NOT a red card if a goal is scored immediately following a handball to prevent a goal. The referee could have given TAA a yellow but decided against.
As for resting players against Barca, whatever happens on Monday with City and Leicester we are in with a chance of winning the PL on the final day. In my opinion it would be going against our values as a football club - and against Klopp’s nature as a winner - to contemplate making it easier for Barcelona to put us out of the CL. I say put out our strongest possible team against Barca, and again against Wolves, and let’s see what fate brings us. Come on you mighty Reds!


8.) 05 May 2019 08:47:13
Ed0025, I don’t mind the rant about luck and decisions going our way - I would be saying exactly the same if it was your lot in our position instead of 41 points behind us - but you are wrong about the TAA decision. The laws of the game say that it is NOT a red card if a goal is scored immediately following a handball to prevent a goal. The referee could have given TAA a yellow but decided against.
As for resting players against Barca, whatever happens on Monday with City and Leicester we are in with a chance of winning the PL on the final day. In my opinion it would be going against our values as a football club - and against Klopp’s nature as a winner - to contemplate making it easier for Barcelona to put us out of the CL. I say put out our strongest possible team against Barca, and again against Wolves, and let’s see what fate brings us. Come on you mighty Reds!

{Ed025's Note - just on the TAA thing WW, if the ref gives the pen then he has to go, he decided to give the goal and not the pen which saved trent, im with you on playing your strongest team against both though mate..


9.) 05 May 2019 08:53:41
call me silly, but i actually still believe we have a better chance at the CL than PL. go all out for both matches. it's going to be painful and tough. but if you don't reach for the stars, then what are we aiming for?

if City indeed drop points, i'm sure the lads will rally themselves for one final push against Wolves even after a grueling match against Barca.

{Ed025's Note - i think your right sg..


10.) 05 May 2019 08:57:31
As i like to say about this Liverpool side, yes we have had luck and things have gone our way quite often. But the harder you work, the more luck you will get. YNWA. Come on Brendan.

{Ed025's Note - im all for that aussie..


11.) 05 May 2019 09:21:28
cant keep up with some liverpool fans haha last week it was give up the league, now its give up the CL. seems we are so trophy deprived that some are quick to bite the apple from the forbidden tree. Nothing is won or lost yet, so go in with the mindset of doing what you need to win and get through.


12.) 05 May 2019 09:31:54
I heard the sale of Boddingtons Bitter hit an all time high in the north west of England. Last season Man City won the league by 20 odd points and if you take Liverpool out of the equation this season they would have done so again.
I am so proud of Liverpool team, the Manager and the board, for actually competing this season. The Premier League would turn into the French league without us.
Manchester City are a really talented group of players with a fantastic Manager and if they go on to win the league it will be deserved.
I love to watch Andy Gray and Gary Neville squirming like every other Everton and Utd fan, when we keep Pis sin on their bonfire.
In the words of Kevin Keegan I would love it if we go on and win it.

{Ed001's Note - to be fair to Andy Gray, much as I dislike the man, he did say yesterday to John Barnes, on live TV, that he preferred the way Liverpool play and would prefer us to win the league.}


13.) 05 May 2019 09:42:27
I know Ed, but watch the clip of when the goal goes in, John Barnes is celebrating and Gray is just sat in his chair hating every second. Ah Ah loved it.

{Ed001's Note - what else is he going to do? Is he going to jump up and cheer?}


14.) 05 May 2019 09:57:11
No, I expected him to react the way he did and as I say loved every minute of it.
Have a nice day Ed.

{Ed001's Note - I will mate. You too.}


15.) 05 May 2019 10:09:34
Ah c'mon Ed025,for every late goal there's a blatant peno not given, goals wrongly disallowed for offside and balls being cleared off lines a centimetre before they go in. If a team wins a league with 97 points, the word lucky should not even be in the conversation.


16.) 05 May 2019 10:30:30
Faithinworks, dead right - this stress-induced schizophrenia amongst some posters is amusing and frightening at the same time. The cure is simple - trust in Klopp, believe in this brilliant team of ours and treat every game as the most important game of the season and see how the chips fall later. If we win a trophy or two, happy days. If we don’t, let’s look back on a fantastic season which has lasted until the final week with us still in with a shout for the big prizes. The experience will be so valuable when we go again next season.


17.) 05 May 2019 10:46:31
You earn your luck by hard work and desire. The goal against Everton was typical of that. We did not pass the ball well at all in that game, but we persevered and found away. Yes we had luck from Pickford but Origi was the player showing desire to follow up.
Man City have had luck. Goal against Burnley, Aguero swung at it missed and it fell just right for him.
At the end of the day, the team that wins it over the season would have deserved it.
The table doesn't lie.


18.) 05 May 2019 12:07:35
Every top team needs luck, City have had their fair share.

If we beat Barcelona on Tuesday it is going to take a lot out of the team physically and emotionally.
However, we would have 5 days to recover.

Very tough decision but I say play your best 100% fit team 👍.


19.) 05 May 2019 14:18:33
I honestly can't believe what madness I've just read. You're in a semi final of the Champions League, and you want to play a second string team?! That's disgraceful.


20.) 05 May 2019 16:41:58
It's swings and roundabouts the premier league, one week it goes for you the next week it doesn't, the best team wins the league luck has nothing to do with it. “The more I practice, the luckier I get”.


21.) 05 May 2019 20:16:25
Ed25, Luck is defined in certain quarters, as "a situation where preparation meets opportunity". Our team are lucky cos they are brave, courageous, fully focused, fully fit and fully prepared physically, mentally and emotionally for whatever they will come up against. Therefore, when the opportunities come, WE TAKE THEM! . If you want to be lucky like us, do what we do and how we do it and maybe, you'll get lucky one of these days. Up Da Freaking Reds!

{Ed025's Note - it will be thoroughly deserved whoever wins it red wolf, its been an epic race between two teams who are head and shoulders above the rest and may the best team win....or the jammiest if your a red mate.. :)


22.) 05 May 2019 23:07:32
Nice one, Ed25.


 

 

24 Apr 2019 21:28:09
manu can't attack or defend. Its dreadful to watch. Burnley, leicester, brighton will put up a better fight.

wiseryan

1.) 24 Apr 2019 21:33:48
they will all get pasted!


2.) 24 Apr 2019 21:46:52
Agree Dean. Those three teams, no disrespect to them, are no better than Uniteds team. City will likely win those games by 2 or 3 . But it really puts Klopp in a tricky position as he will know that will likely be the case but has to risk playing his best players knowing it's only a piont lead but also knowing it won't be made up and they have little rest between EPL and CL games.


3.) 24 Apr 2019 21:57:47
Leicester have already beaten City so it's not fair to say they stand no chance.


4.) 24 Apr 2019 21:58:42
Its difficult, not sure if you try to play for both. or just throw the league in the bin now. you have at least a chance to win the CL, even though it's a small chance.


5.) 24 Apr 2019 22:00:01
I thought Burnley was the harder for them anyway due to current form. United have been shocking for weeks and Burnley will be no walk over at their place.


6.) 24 Apr 2019 22:01:55
Always had a feeling that Burnley were the banana skin 🤞.


7.) 24 Apr 2019 22:10:04
No White Flags getting raised here yet, there are three more games to go and European Cup for us? would not like to be in the trenches with you lot, haven't ye got any guts, as John Wayne said "we die with our boots on".

Will sign off now because the doom mongers will be out in force. I will be there on Friday Night Cheering me team on, i don't desert them when they need us?


8.) 24 Apr 2019 22:17:07
Watched Burnley and can’t see them scoring against city, and we know you can’t sit back against them. If anyone then maybe Leicester but they’ve hardly been good recently!


9.) 24 Apr 2019 22:19:15
Not once has anyone said they are deserting the team. I think Liverpool will win all thier games in the leauge now and will win the CL, but it is likely City will win all thier games as well, that is what has been said. Thinking a team that is arguably the greatest assembled in a generation will beat three mediocre teams having just won thier 11th straight game is not deserting your team at all, it is merely going with the probability that City will not drop any points between now and the end of the season.


10.) 24 Apr 2019 22:29:15
Spot on, Mr Bond. I ain't quitting this team until the final whistle is over for the season. "We should bin the league". What crock of nonsense. City will LOVE to be in our position in the CL BUT clearly that's not good enuff for some of our own "fans". Good Grief!

We go for both titles and see what happens. The doom mongers are out in force and why blame them? They have been waiting for a while and have been hiding as LFC have won 7/ 8 in a row so they haven't had anything to moan about. I will be here till the very end, come what may so the doom mongers can do one. Peace!


11.) 24 Apr 2019 22:30:17
007, I agree with your comments aimed at the quitters. Fortunately, there are many posters on here who remember all those times when it seemed like the cause was lost and The Mighty Reds prevailed. I’ll be there on Friday and I am expecting the Anfield crowd to raise the roof for our wonderful team. YNWA.


12.) 24 Apr 2019 22:47:10
Hi Wirral Wonder, Have gave ye post a Thumbs Up?


13.) 24 Apr 2019 23:42:51
One word ladies - Brendan Rodgers. Now that is hope!

{Ed033's Note - Isn't "Brendan Rodgers" 2 words? :)


14.) 24 Apr 2019 23:46:16
If there’s any comfort to this, United’s lack of effort and application is going to cost them a place in the champions league and condemn them to the Thursday Cup.


15.) 25 Apr 2019 00:01:06
How does he know it won't be made up? Are you saying throw in the towel?! City we're expected to beat united, there are 3 games left with 1 point separating us and city. I fail to grasp how we should concede the title with 9 points still to play for.


16.) 25 Apr 2019 06:14:36
Kimuraking youve repeatedly mention not throwing in the towel but then you mention the thought of resting players in the league. That is a sign of admitting defeat. In 38 league games city will be the favourite before every fixture. Yet they don't win every game, . We all know they are likely to win each of those one off fixtures but they are far from guaranteed.


17.) 25 Apr 2019 08:17:45
wow, so odd people on here last night.

So what people are saying is they'd rather play for both, decreasing both chances due to possible injuries, then just go and try and win a CL? If people actually read, the post said "I'm not sure if you. " for a discussion.

Can we have an honest opinion rather "then i'm the best fan because I believe Liverpool can solve Brexit"


18.) 25 Apr 2019 08:40:29
I've no issue with any fan feeling it's over already. But to suggest fielding a weakened team with 3 games left of a title race with 1 point in it? A title we've craved for 29 years! Would you actually accept that? Klopp wouldn't dare even consider that thought, I genuinely can't believe any fan would tolerate anything like that even being considered.


 

 

21 Apr 2019 14:55:25
60 mins gone, 4 nil. The sensible choice now is to rest players for the city game. hahaha.

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17 Apr 2019 22:00:09
Imagine thinking you won the game in the dying seconds and celebrate for a whole minute only for VAR to say nahh. I feel bad for city haha.

wiseryan

{Ed0333's Note - why would you feel sorry for City? I don’t have you’re compassion, I’m a bad bad man 😁


1.) 17 Apr 2019 22:09:03
Problem is though Ed City will have a point to prove now on Saturday and Spurs could be in for a mauling if they are not careful. I just hope that all the goals in the City v Spurs fixtures are all scored now for the season and it's a dire 0-0 on Saturday afternoon.

{Ed0333's Note - I agree mate let’s hope Spurs are still not in Party mood and the City players are feeling sorry for themselves.


2.) 17 Apr 2019 22:15:38
Can't feel bad for them after what happened at Swansea!


3.) 17 Apr 2019 23:24:54
Wiseryan, were you this compassionate for Swansea where a lack of VAR benefited City? The fact of the matter is that I have NO love nor compassion whatsoever for City and I was chuffed to bits for them to lose and get dumped out of the CL cos that will only plunge them deeper into doubt for the run-in. Try being the manager to get the City boys ready and ginned up for Sat and you will see how immense Pep's job will be.

"They will have a point to prove on Sat. ". Kimuraking, And City did not have a point to prove in both legs vs Spurs? Everyone thought they were in for a mauling (I wasn't one of them as I thought Pep would regret the first leg result with his hapless tactics and selection) today and they did not. Spurs are full of confidence while City are in tatters so where is the mauling coming from cos I don't see it? Now that doesn't mean Spurs cannot get thumped BUT for right now, I don't see that happening and if anything, don't be surprised if Spurs win cos we all know City lose their heads when things don't go their way, like they didn't today.

{Ed0333's Note - bloody hell wolf you’re posting prolifically tonite. You must have a lot on you’re chest mate lol.


4.) 18 Apr 2019 02:05:47
RedWolf i agree. Case in point the Netflix man city documentary when Guardiola was mentally drained by being really worried about liverpools front three with no answer. He may be worried and that will rub onto the team.


5.) 18 Apr 2019 03:11:59
What i like the most, is after liverpool went out the FA cup, City fans were literally thank you pep for taking every cup seriously, but honestly back then i thought to myself honestly if us going out the FA cup results in us being able to win either the PL or the Cl or still a slight possibility, can't say it too soon, we could even have a shot at both i would take it any day of the week.

No CL for City again, failing again to get past their fellow English opposition.

I hope spurs are ready to do City again when they play them this weekend :)


6.) 18 Apr 2019 09:17:18
watching pep sink to his knees when the VAR call went against sterling genuinely triggered my sympathy for him!


7.) 19 Apr 2019 12:38:56
Ed0333, I'm on one, man. I am sick and tired (to the back teeth, as they say) of everyone (esp, . in the biased media) trying to crown City as quadruple champions while forgetting or conveniently avoiding to mention how crap they are defensively and how vulnerable they are whenever a team actually stands up to them.

What Spurs did to them tonite is what happens when you go to the bully's backyard and man up to him once and for all. Of course, you'll get punched a fair bit BUT if you don't back down and punch back, the bully will bleed and you know what they say, "If it bleeds, you can kill it". The media have made City this invincible machine who won't drop points or get beat anymore this season. Well, that's easy to say when City are gettting fat off of beating Nobody FC (Plalace, Fulham, Cardiff, Schalke, B'mouth, Chelsea etc) of late.

The only 3 times they played a decent team, they needed a lack of VAR to beat Swansea in the FA Cup (the media NEVER mentions that), Spurs beat them at their new stadium and just put 3 goals past them at the Emptyhad in a CL Q-final second leg. City got roughed up tonite and showed how weak they are whenever they face adversity, just like every bully.

But don't worry, Ed. I'm sure, the media will be back tmrw to stroke their ego and try to remind us all of how great City are and try to whitewash the complete debacle that was their CL campaign and make it look like it was a blip. We shall see if it is a blip when they have to go another 12 rounds vs a Spurs team who just roughed them up big time in their perenially empty stadium. Peace out!


 

 

 

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23 Apr 2019 15:57:27
klopp didn't buy Grujic and the player was never in his plans when Grujic finally arrived. But i'm sure if he was klopps type of player he would have made it work.

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{Ed002's Note - Klopp lied, got Liverpool to buy him, lied to the appeals committee, didn’t play him and let him go on loan.}


 

 

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05 Feb 2019 22:01:26
I hope he settles quick. we need his quality in midfield. such a versatile player. I hope we get to see the hendo, wini and ox engine again this season.

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09 Dec 2018 19:18:50
I believe grujic was rodgers signing. Klopp never wanted him.

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14 May 2018 22:44:10
I kept thinking we got lucky with being him injury free compared to his arsenal days and now he's crocked. At least he's got the summer to recover and hopefully he can make it back before the busy christmas period.

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07 Feb 2018 04:31:16
yeah it can be abused. See your teammate offside then pass just in range of the defender and hope he touches it. The fact is, it was the wrong decision and it will get called offside next time and then you will get the pundits asking why its offside if the defender diliberately touched it. The Referee's have just openend themselves a can of worms for pundits to latch on to.

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18 May 2019 21:06:10
Ed025 " look at all the stupid liverpool fans taking the community shield seriously"

Ed002 " look at all the stupid liverpool fans mocking the community sheild"

ok then.

wiseryan

{Ed025's Note - what can i say ryan..we have different views on things, i disagree with other EDS on a regular basis mate its not a dictatorship, it would be a boring old world if we all thought the same my friend...a stepford wife i will never be.. :)


 

 

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13 May 2019 02:15:59
I don't think so. We won most of our games. Results wise it going to be almost impossible to improve it. But what you can count on is the whole league improving, adapting to big teams like city and liverpool. Its going to be a closer season but still I don't see anyone getting past liverpool or city for years.

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08 May 2019 22:18:55
I felt ajax were going to be easy to beat in the final. Spurs just made it interesting. going to be sad whoever loses, just like the premier league.

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04 May 2019 22:01:32
or klopp thinks we could handle newcastle without him so he can be match fit for barca. If he's out for the season then it was dumb bringing him on against Barcelona and would have made more sense to bring ox instead.

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01 May 2019 10:36:51
I hoped they are banned from tonights game so the old man gets some justice. there's about 5 lfc fans who knew what was happening.

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