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18 Apr 2022 00:08:13
10 games to go, win them all and we will likely have the quadruple. I do think it’s improbable but it wouldn’t be the first time we’ve won 10 in a row.
First let’s give Utd a good hiding and go from there!
Come on the reds!

Beckers pecker

1.) 18 Apr 2022 07:30:45
No, Manchester City has to drop points somewhere.

2.) 18 Apr 2022 08:01:05
TT this is why Beckers pecker said 'likely' rather than definitely.

3.) 18 Apr 2022 09:20:35
It’s actually 11 games anyway I forgot about the CL final! So many finals I’m losing track! 🤣.

4.) 18 Apr 2022 10:24:17
It's so easy BP😂.

5.) 18 Apr 2022 09:59:28
City WILL drop points.

6.) 18 Apr 2022 10:49:07
Seems like the two improbabilities in the world right now are Liverpool winning out and City dropping points lol.

7.) 18 Apr 2022 13:06:08
U confident city will drop points barry? Where u reckon they will drop them? I can see them drawing a blank somewhere along the line, a 0-0 draw maybe but don't see anything more than that. There toughest game should b west ham away but if wh qualify for europa league final I can't see wh putting out anything more than a reserve team against city due 2 final being played 3 days later.

8.) 18 Apr 2022 17:12:29
Digger, City have won 6 of their last 10 PL games (should be 5 wins cos they got gifted a win off the wretched Rodri hand ball not given at Everton) and thru out that time the media were lecturing us on how nobody could see where City would drop points, all while City kept dropping points to teams no one thought they would drop points to. If they could drop points before then, what stops them from doing it again?

Moral of the story is that we have seen some crazy results lately that weren’t supposed to happen (Norwich beating Burnley or Brighton schooling Spurs and Arsenal in their own buildings) so the whole “can’t see City dropping points” has been royally debunked by reality. Win all our games and see what happens cos there’s no point making declarations at this point.

9.) 18 Apr 2022 19:26:53
I feel like people who say that obviously haven’t been watching english league title races for as long as most of us have.

2018/ 19 was a total anomaly in terms of the way title races pan out. Great teams drop points during the run in all the time! Crazy things happen, teams bottle it against inferior sides that have nothing to play for, teams surrender enormous leads.

I think that people just have short memories. In the last 10 years since the Aguero goal, the only title races that have gone down to the wire are the 2013/ 14 season and the 2018/ 19 season. Maybe we just aren’t use to how title races usually play out anymore?

The conclusion to 2013/ 14 was crackers, with City usurping us right at the death thanks to a Gerrard slip and brendan bottling it against Palace. 2 seasons before that United surrendered an 8 point lead before getting stung by the Aguero goal. Chelsea and United had several back and forth races that went down to the final day. United fought tooth and nail until the last and won the treble in 99 despite not being at their best in most of those decisive games; only tiny margins separated them from a reality where Arsenal won the double and Bayern won the champions league (sounds remarkably similar to the run we’re on at the moment) . Newcastle had an enormous lead until Keegan completely lost his head, something Guardiola also has the capacity to do. The year before that, Liverpool nearly handed United the title by beating Blackburn on the final day by winning a game they had no impetus to win, only for United to lose their game anyway! Then of course most painfully, the Liverpool team that had Arsenal at home on the final day of the season and handed them the title because McMahon forgot how to clear the ball.

Massive ramble but long story short, when two teams are in close proximity to each other for the final stretch, mad stuff happens all the time. You cannot predict it at all, and it doesn’t matter how good the teams involved are. At the end of the day there’s no science to it, it’s 22 men kicking a bag of wind around a field. Teams that have nothing to gain suddenly pull it out the bag, teams who have everything to lose fail to hold their nerve.

I think Liverpool have a bit more grit to them than City and City have the capacity to lose their heads a bit more. I have a weird feeling that the FA cup result will be a hugely decisive factor. Our boys are really playing into the narrative of the quadruple, it feels like there is something in the air, whereas City have just surrendered their chance of a treble and are up against it as the momentum is now with us. What’s more, City have it in them to draw a random blank against any team, whereas Liverpool seem to score at least two against everyone they play.

As long as Liverpool can keep their nerve, i think City will drop points somewhere along the way. That’s without even talking about their tie against Real Madrid, where they are up against the best player in the world on current form and a team that will show them no respect at all. I’m not entirely sure they can overcome the sheer might of Reals champions league voodoo powers.

10.) 18 Apr 2022 21:30:01
I've said it before. Every team becomes a reflection of their coaching and their manager's tactical choices. And ManCity give you this sense that despite being at their best most of the time, they are capable of drawing a full blank, especially on the big occasions. Like last year's UCL final or this year's Cup semi final. I don't see Guardiola as being as mentally tough as Klopp or Tuchel, consequently I see their teams the same way. And he makes huge tactical mistakes. How can you screw up your tactics against a team you play at least twice in the previous 9 months every single year and have the chance to watch regularly (Chelsea in UCL Final)?

How can you justify using your backup keeper in a Cup semi final and bench the No.1 who also happens to be one of the best in the World? If you say it's because he's not interested in the Cup and focusing on the UCL and the League, then I would say he has foolishly increased his risks because getting past Real and staying ahead of LFC is not going to be that easy. Instead of a shot at 3 titles he chose to go for 2. Mental weakness. And the current momentum is more on LFC and Real's side than it is on ManCity's.

{Ed0666's Note - maybe he gave his word to the back up goalie about starting all the domestic cup games and didn’t want to go back on his pledge?? If so that’s not mental weakness that’s being a real man…he honored his word before personal glory

11.) 19 Apr 2022 03:11:59
Ed0666. Are you smelling what you're cooking? Seriously? 😉. While being unquestionably one of the top 2 managers in World football (Klopp being the other), he has a well documented history of being a sly, sneaky, and generally disloyal manager with some of his players. Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto'o and Zlatan Abrahamovic will attest to this. I find it hard to believe that "honoring his word" is in his dictionary or vocabulary (where did you pull that out from anyway? ) .

P. S. In their Cup tie against Peterborough United, it was Ederson playing in the nets. See? Told you. Sly and disloyal. And mentally weak, LOL. 😄.

{Ed0666's Note - maybe he’s changed people have the ability to grow fella



07 Mar 2022 21:26:37
Ed25 you must be worried. I can’t believe Lampard thought it was a good idea to go to Spurs and push so high up giving Son and Kane acres in behind. So naive.
He has to realise you are in a relegation dogfight, keep it tight and nick a goal all day long.
I’ve never thought Everton would go down but after this I think Lampard might just be the man to do it.

Beckers pecker

{Ed025's Note - im very worried BP..

1.) 08 Mar 2022 08:14:48
He is tactically inept. I have never understood the fuss about him. His only positive is that he gives hours a chance. His friends in the media helps him much.

2.) 08 Mar 2022 09:04:41
I thought Lampard’s comments after the City game were a bit worrying too. I think he said something like ‘don’t look at the table for the next few weeks we’ll be just fine if we play like that’. It’s like he doesn’t realise just how much in trouble you are.
Going to Spurs and trying to match them is just ridiculous. They have Son and Kane and you have Keane and Holgate. It was always going to end in tears.
You need to Burnley it out. Lots of men behind the ball and get it up to DCL quickly with Richarlison supporting. It might be ugly but needs must.
Trying to press high and leaving space at the back will get you into the Championship.

3.) 08 Mar 2022 07:30:11
Everton are lucky that the other teams around them can’t win either! There played brilliant against city but what happened last night 😱.

{Ed025's Note - we were far too open longthing and we have defenders that cant defend mate..

4.) 08 Mar 2022 18:30:43
Becker isn't that what Raffa had hit on and was then sacked . ?

talk sport had arry on this morning blaming all the players and owners but not frankie boy . fat frank is out of his depth.

5.) 08 Mar 2022 19:33:36
Albey I don’t blame them for sacking Rafa he was never the right man for the job and it had disaster written all over it from day one.
I do blame them for employing Rafa in the first place and now compounding that error by employing Lampard.
Honestly they have no idea what they are doing and it will be to Everton’s cost. The way it’s looking they could be another QPR.



11 Feb 2022 10:56:04
I’m going stick my neck out here, I’ve just had a look at our fixtures between now and the City game on 9th April.
I think we will be no worse than 3 points behind them going into that game. I’m even thinking we could be ahead of them going into that game.
Make no mistake this is all to play for and I really fancy us to pull it off.
That and the bitters going down is the stuff dreams are made of 😀.

Beckers pecker

1.) 11 Feb 2022 11:07:14
BP for the good of the league I think it’s key we stay in this title hunt. 5 weeks ago it was a 3 horse race and then at one point it looked like the league was decided in Jan. Great to see the squad get the results through the Afcon and then the boost the Diaz signing seems to have given us also.

For whatever reason other fans don’t seem to like Liverpool fans (arrogance maybe) and will happily see City claim another title. But for the good of the competition having the same team win it season in season out isn’t great especially if the title is all but done with a third of league games to go.

I honestly believe we can go from now and until City game without dropping points but the problem is City are more than capable of doing it also.

2.) 11 Feb 2022 11:11:42
Please Becker no more sticking out of the necks😐.

3.) 11 Feb 2022 11:16:56
I don’t like making perditions so I won’t say anything about our up and coming games. What I will say is (And I know there’s not many that will agree but) I don’t want Everton to go down they are a prem team and I will miss the Darbys! That’s not to say am not enjoying the relegation battle.

4.) 11 Feb 2022 11:47:28
Love a good jinx panic.
Seriously though, there's no doubt that we have the players to win all of our remaining games and make history. However, whereas we scrapped for every ball in 19/ 20, these days we go through periods of lower intensity which culminates in sloppy mistakes and us being easy to get at the back. In 19/ 20, if a ball broke down on the edge of the opposition box our counterpressing would win it back and keep the opposition pinned in. Now it is often the start of a counterattack for the opposition which gets them way up the pitch and expose the defenders. I don't know whether that is by instruction, different style of player, hunger or just plain old legs. Probably a combination of all.

By the way, that is me being really harsh/ picky on what is a really really good Liverpool team. Just as desperate to win as everyone else here!

5.) 11 Feb 2022 12:05:52
Fly I’ll be honest mate I’ve got to give credit to Leicester last night in certain situations. We pressed them and robbed them of the ball many times and then at other times they were totally out of the game as we dominated. But then on the occasions they did get to us it wasn’t a case of us not pressing but more well done to them in moving the ball extremely well under pressure.

6.) 11 Feb 2022 12:09:59
Tbh all predictions are silly at this point. No point worrying about City, we will have to win nearly all if not every game between now and then end of the season and even that might not be enough. Only focus should just be on winning games and see where that takes us.

7.) 11 Feb 2022 12:15:29
Totally agree Longthing the derbies are a great watch regardless of form/ standing and would make for a more dull season if they were gone.
For me City aren't looking as imperious as previous seasons and have had a bit of luck in a few games. They are certainly not poor but are not blowing teams away like they used to. I'm holding out for hope that a draw or two is possible le against teams with a little guile or steel like Wolves/ West Ham.

Fingers crossed :)

8.) 11 Feb 2022 12:52:52
City are not the invincible team the pundits and media make them out to be. They have been very fortunate in a number of games this season and are the only team I can think of that has had very few or even no C.V. problems.
I just have a feeling that not signing a top striker will come back to haunt them and as the race hots up and if we can keep the pressure on they will have a wobble.
As for Everton going down I honestly don’t think it will happen but I’d be willing to do without the derbies just to see the look on their faces. Shift in power on Merseyside? I don’t think so 🤣.

9.) 11 Feb 2022 13:24:52
City have been extremely lucky with the way the fixtures fell during the peak of omicron c.v.s. I also don’t think they’re some kind of invincible juggernaut this season. I genuinely believe we can win the league but i’d only give us a 20-25% chance. We have to win every game from now until the end of the season but i think the return of Elliott, the signing of Diaz and riding out the AFCON period puts us placed well to do that. Our injury list has cleared up and our defending seems to have improved. I really hope we can go on a mad run for the rest of February, hopefully concluding in a league cup victory and a champions league quarter final. We are at our best when we are chasing a lost cause and the games come thick and fast. I hope we keep this intensity up and not experience anymore inconsistent performances like at Brentford, West Ham, Brighton and Leicester away.

10.) 11 Feb 2022 12:28:13
JK23 - more of a general observation of this season rather than based on last night's performance. Agree that Leicester's depleted team did ok last night.

11.) 11 Feb 2022 13:40:02
I don't think City are the team they were a few seasons or so back when they still had Aguero, Kompany and Silva etc. Still an incredibly good side tho, be interesting to see if we can reel them in. We would need to be pretty perfect from here on in tho.

12.) 11 Feb 2022 14:14:09
Spot on, IR. I've been saying this. That City team we went up against (and dethroned) were way better than this one. This is cos of the quality players and leaders like Aguero, David Silva, Fernandinho, KDB and of course, Kompany. All these players were signed BEFORE Pep got there and IMO, it was on the coat tales of those guys as the foundation, that propelled him to those 2 titles (esp. 2019) until we pummelled them. They were such a great side that it took us 2 years and near 100 points every season to do it.

This team is nowhere near that good and IMO even tho a freaking good side, I just think they just outspend everyone cos that seems to be what Pep does when he has issues. I mean, the guy spent near 200m on CB's just to get the one he wanted (Dias) . Nobody can do that. The guy spends over 150m every summer including a 100m splurge on a midfielder who is nowhere near Bernardo Silva's KDB's or Gundogan's quality. Go figure.

13.) 11 Feb 2022 14:44:42
If City are not as good as they were a few seasons ago what does that say about us when we are 9 points behind albeit with a game in hand.

Did we have major C.V. issues when we dropped points to City, Brighton, Brentford, West Ham, Leicester, Spurs and Chelsea twice.

Only one I remember is Allison missing for Chelsea in Jan but if we look at the line up for everyone of those games they’re all extremely strong.

There’s nothing wrong with being a Liverpool fan and giving other teams credit without it being C.V. or a lucky fixture list etc.

14.) 11 Feb 2022 15:51:00
I was going to say the same JK. It’s a good job City aren’t very good otherwise we would be 15 points behind 🤣.

15.) 11 Feb 2022 16:43:16
And there's the nub of it. We haven't been as good as we should have because we have gone into the season committed to a new midfield system, without the right midfield personnel to deploy it when the inevitable injuries come along.

16.) 11 Feb 2022 16:47:25
JK23, it is not as black and white as you make it sound. Of course, City are a great side for sure and we had the tools to battle them had we not thrown away leads, simple as. Sure their team can still dominate as it is right now BUT in terms of their actual quality of play and squad, I just think this team isn't as good as the one we went up against and pummeled.

Chelsea are signing players that Im not even sure the manager wants and Utd are a basket case of epic proportions. Bad analogy cos we will finish ahead of these teams. I agree that we have screwed up in games this season where we threw away leads BUT that is actually an indictment on City cos had we not done that, we are literally neck and neck with them with even 7 points more in the bag. That's a fact. The notion that they are a very good team yet are not as good as those teams even 3 years ago even after PeP spent 350m on it can literally coexist in the same universe, mind you.

{Ed0666's Note - I completely agree Oli we should be a few points clear or worst case scenario level with City. The Brighton, Spurs, Chelsea games come into mind that we should have won and of course there are others that we wrestled draws from the jaws of victory. If we don’t win the premiership this season I’m off the firm belief we have it away rather than city winning it. And I stand by that statement

17.) 11 Feb 2022 17:25:36
Do you think City have a better team now then JK and Markp?

18.) 11 Feb 2022 17:26:11
Oli all opinions mate and I agree it’s not black and white.

We weren’t dropping as many points a few seasons ago but we have this season despite arguably having a better squad than we did back then.

After all Back in those campaigns we had the invisible Wijnaldum playing so we only had 10 men as well 😜.

All joking aside though good to see people debating and getting their views across on here regardless of what side of the fence they are on.

19.) 11 Feb 2022 18:20:19
Oh dear the not so good City then 😂😂😂😂. I don’t remember this page ever acknowledged any team of any era bar ourself. 😂😂😂.

20.) 11 Feb 2022 17:43:21
Irish for me looking at them player for player there’s arguments for and against whether they are a better or worse team now.

Are they worse off for not having Aguero and Silva etc. Then yes 100%. But then the argument could be are they better off now with Cancelo more established and Dias at the back.

Is Salah a worse player now only scoring 20 league goals a season than he was in his first season when he scored 32 league goals?

On paper they may look weaker but the league table and points Tallies don’t lie.

Looking at our squad going into this season I would say we are stronger than the season we won it but we could end up finishing 2nd to a City squad that looks weaker than a squad that finished 2nd to a weaker Liverpool squad than we currently already have.

I’ve even lost myself now 🤣🤣. This type of convo would be great in a pub over a few pints.

But what I’m saying in layman’s terms are we are a bloody good side and so are City. Everyone else in the league is a level below both of us.

21.) 11 Feb 2022 17:52:13
And to be honest people are blaming loads of different reasons but the real reason is Man UTD.

Why did they have to outbid City for Maguire.

Imagine Maguire in that City defence 🤣🤣.

22.) 11 Feb 2022 18:17:39
We where not good enough to win it last season what makes you think we are good enough this season?

23.) 11 Feb 2022 18:59:01
Personally, I think we should just show up for the next match - concentrate on our game and hopefully play as well as we know we can.

24.) 11 Feb 2022 19:34:46
Problem we have is that City have had luck in a few games they’ve scraped through. Haven’t always looked great this season but they’ve won. Arsenal game recently springs to mind. Add those kind of results to a team like city who will win 90% of games anyway and you have title winners. Would be the same for us if we’d turned those results where we threw away leads.

Two top level teams and the margin of error is very small.

{Ed025's Note - yeah josh city are very lucky and liverpool get no luck at all, thats the way the cookie bounces mate.. :)

25.) 11 Feb 2022 20:58:24
Irish, City are of a similar standard probably not quite as good. But we all knew at the start of the season it would take about 94 points to win the league and City will probably get to that standard. We have simply not been good enough, people can’t make excuses forever.

26.) 11 Feb 2022 21:04:58
Also Salah has been the best player in the league, everyone agrees with that. We are still 9 points behind, meaning many of our players are either not as good as we think or have massively underperformed. We can’t keep saying everyone in our side is world class and City are overrated or lucky. The proof is in the points.

27.) 11 Feb 2022 22:25:10
If this and that. we didn't win those games, we drew and lost them. To say that IF we had won instead then we'd be away laughing is a bit idealistic

anyways, City can fully drop points and hopefully the boys are ready to pounce when it happens.



20 Oct 2021 09:05:17
Seen some people on here criticising the team for ‘not playing well’ yesterday. Are you insane?
Football is not just about pretty passing patterns and scoring bags of goals you know! Sometimes against top, experienced teams in a hostile ground with a poisonous atmosphere you just have to stand up and get through it.
Remember Barcelona coming to Anfield and crumbling under the pressure?
We didn’t crumble! We stood up like Trojans and got the result. Yes we got a bit lucky with the sending off and the atmosphere did get to us at times but we got through it in one of the most hostile grounds in world football.
This is why I maintain that last season was not even football. Having the fans reacting to every tackle, dive (and there were loads) and decision changes the game and you need to show that you are mentally strong enough to cope. We did that yesterday.
One of the best performances I’ve seen for a while and fills me with confidence for the season ahead.

Beckers pecker

1.) 20 Oct 2021 09:16:28
It was a tough game and we played ok but we had some players who were below their level. Don’t you think we got a bit lucky? Without the sending off I don’t think we win that game.

2.) 20 Oct 2021 09:40:34
Best performance you've seen for a while? Did you watch the same game as me? I thought we did brilliant to get the result but I agree with Mark, had it not been for the sending off I think it'd of been at best a draw, who really knows but I don't think we played incredible, far from it but this is irrelevant, we got the result and that's what it's about. We move on, we're saving the good performance for Man Utd. Roll on Sunday.

3.) 20 Oct 2021 09:41:43
We’ll never know that Mark there’s no doubt a sending off changes a game.
Had it not happened they would’ve pushed harder for the win and we might have picked them off on the counter, we certainly have the players for it but we will never know.
I think that the atmosphere affected some players they are only human after all and that was a really hostile crowd, team, manager and back room staff!
The fact is we came through it. Sometimes in those games that’s exactly what you have to do.

4.) 20 Oct 2021 10:07:07
My point is Salah that football is not just about domination and creating chances every 5 minutes. Sometimes it’s about digging in and being mentally strong to come through in tough situations against really good teams in really difficult atmospheres.
We did that yesterday. I don’t think there are many teams in the world that would’ve won that game last night but we did.
It wasn’t the free flowing football we are used to but you need to understand just how difficult that game was to play in to appreciate how good that performance was.

5.) 20 Oct 2021 10:28:52
I agree with your reply BP more than the opening statement. Salah yes let’s save the better performance for Sunday. Everything is good so far but we can do even better.

6.) 20 Oct 2021 14:02:14
Last night showed resilience and mental toughness. We’ve now got an extra day to prepare for old toilet with a hugely significant win against one of the toughest sides in world football. Hopefully it’s got Ole sharting in his pants for the weekends.

7.) 20 Oct 2021 15:10:24
OP as VVVV said, we were resilient and dogged in the game which is what you need in a game at Atletico in that ground where they have yet to lose a game in the CL in 4 years. As for playing well, no way did we do that. In fact, I thought we were bang average all game long and Atleti should have scored 4 alone in that first half had AB1 not done what has become routine for him as in, making brilliant saves.

That said, we got the win and 3 points and have one foot in the next round which can only bode well going into Sun.

8.) 20 Oct 2021 20:04:47
Depends what you call playing well Oli. Sometimes it’s just not possible to play attractive, free flowing, attacking football because of who you are up against. Last night was definitely one of those nights.
That’s when you have to find another way using your strength of mind and will to force it over the line. That’s what we did last night with large periods of domination to boot.
Yes they could’ve scored more but so could we. Woulda, coulda, shoulda and as we all know goals change games so if they’d scored another one our attitude would’ve changed and so would theirs so we probably would’ve created more and them less.
We got the job done in a very tough game against a very good team. Great performance for me.

9.) 20 Oct 2021 20:56:39
Maybe not the best performance in a technical sense, but as a display of grit, determination and bloody mindedness is was a very good performance. Atletico rarely lose at home and they’re horrible to play against make no mistake, that was a huge performance against an incredibly well drilled and difficult team to play against, that Salah kept his head and blocked out the intimidatory tactics the Madrid players tried to inflict and shut out the noise to score past arguable the best keeper in world football shows the levels he’s at. Mentality wise a win like that is huge. Old toilet next!



17 May 2021 16:38:49
I remember a game against West Brom when Klopp was ridiculed for ‘celebrating’ a draw when as usual the media missed the point. That was the start of Klopp getting the fans involved in the success and failures of the team as the 12th man. It was a genius move and we’ve all been on board in this incredible journey he’s taken us on up until the last 5 months when I’ll admit I’ve lost passion for the game that’s normally the highlight of every week.
How apt it is that it’s another game against West Brom and hopefully the last ever game without fans that’s rekindled that passion in me. I can honestly say that’s the first time since lockdown began in March last year that I have run around the house like a mad person! It was once a regular occurance!
Whatever happens we have to keep that passion it’s what makes this club what it is and is why our players have suffered more than most without us there.
I now can’t wait for Wednesday and the next game! It’s so good to be back!

Beckers pecker

1.) 17 May 2021 17:18:12
I remember reading a quote from one of 60s players.
Reuben Bennett had said to them at training that they should be all down on their hands and knees thanking Bill Shankly for what he was doing back then.
I think that they got the message then and, to me, it’s the parallel now.
Everyone should thank Klopp for what he’s done and is doing.
It’s been a tough season and we’ve all moaned about this and that at times but we’re blessed to have Klopp, his team and the players representing LFC.
A very emotional end to the day yesterday but it looked to me that the unit is solid.

2.) 17 May 2021 17:41:22
How can you lose “passion” is it because we haven’t been playing the way we have for the last couple of years? If it is mate that’s called glory hunting.

3.) 17 May 2021 18:18:15
Hear, hear.

4.) 17 May 2021 19:05:37
Scouse John I’ve supported Liverpool for 40 years through good times and bad as did my dad and grandad before me. I’m about as far away from a glory hunter as you could possibly get. i've just found it hard to get excited without that adrenaline rush of 50,000 fans all cheering towards a common goal. Imagine how difficult it’s been for players in those echoey stadiums.
It doesn’t matter what you say these days somebody always wants to have a pop don’t they?

5.) 17 May 2021 19:57:45
Yeah scouse John. give it a rest mate. Becker just saying he's found it hard to get passionate about the game without fans not that he doesn't support Liverpool any longer. Plus a global C.V. hasn't made it easy. People like u who jump on the bandwagon really annoy me. Probably the same sort of person that says only scouse people are allowed in anfield.

6.) 17 May 2021 19:58:27
I am with you Becker’s life has changed, football has changed. My son lost interest in the football and he was mad keen before. There is no way anyone can tell me that Real Madrid at Anfield in an empty stadium got them as fired up as if it was a rocking full house. It’s nothing to do with glory hunting, some of our matches this season have been just plain boring.

7.) 17 May 2021 20:01:31
No fans, VAR, horrendous misfortune and just the general grimness of the times we are currently living in has meant that a lot of people have felt the need to take a step back from the game, for their personal and mental wellbeing.

I really don’t think there’s any need for us to slap our equipment on the table and see who’s the biggest Liverpool superfan. Have a bit of empathy.

8.) 17 May 2021 20:17:04
One of the best posts I've ever seen on here wool dude.
Absolutely spot on.
And anyway, mine would be bigger.

9.) 17 May 2021 20:22:48
Sorry lads I really didn’t expect that post to go that way I was just saying it was funny how Klopp was getting us all on board in a game against West Brom and then Ali has reinvigorated us with a glorious (and I mean glorious) header against West Brom!
Onwards and upwards, football is looking better with fans allowed back in stadiums, life is looking better now lockdown is easing let’s hope we can all start to move forward and enjoying life to the full again.

10.) 17 May 2021 20:23:18
I whole heartedly agree with Beckers Pecker. Never I my 45 years of supporting LFC have I been so uninterested in a lot of games this season. The games are now on in the background for me while I do other things, music, work, whatever. I didn't see the goals in the WBA game and relied on my son for updates and him shouting occasionally at the TV.
Luckily for me tho I did watch the last 20 or so minutes, so I had the opportunity to watch what unfolded in the 94th minute.
My 21 year old having an outer body experience, me a little more reserved. Its was awesome and it couldn't have happened to a better player.
I hope tho that this is a one off season for me and I find my "passion" again next season, who knows? Its been a weird season and I admit I will be happy when its over.

11.) 17 May 2021 21:26:39
Some lads are just dicks who over analyse everything just to have a pop.

12.) 17 May 2021 21:54:40
Me too BP, lol
I felt as if Alisson’s goal, the celebration, and his interview that followed was just a reminder of what we have, even if things have been tough.
An opportunity to reflect and reset if necessary.

13.) 17 May 2021 22:25:13
Marty mcfly I ain’t jumping on nothing lad. I annoy ya sound got nothing against none scousers supporting an attending games. You sound like you been told off for attending anfield 🤷‍♀️Don’t pretend like ya know me. An Port red i ain’t no dick fella if it was me your post was aimed at.

14.) 17 May 2021 23:18:31
I agree. And I would even say the players have been playing at 65% effort too. You can’t just pretend it’s not affected the game. I’m not as bothered as normal, feels
Like a fake season.

15.) 17 May 2021 23:53:12
Yep weird season made even worse by a bunch of meth heads at Stockley Park who in my opinion took it in turns along with the refs to grab they're 15 minutes of fame, it all started for me with Virgil being assaulted by a certain person and it not being treated as such by him being dismissed, after that it steadily got worse how about you guys when did this irksome season start making you hallucinate?

{Ed0666's Note - you’re insulting meth heads by comparing with the idiots at stockley park

16.) 18 May 2021 06:52:19
Scouse John. your post to Becker was out of order and came across a bit dickish. Maybe an apology would work.

17.) 18 May 2021 10:34:39
OP, I fully agree with you. I have always been thankful for what this team and manager have done for us through out his and their tenure here regardless of the crap season we have had and esp. what has gone on off it for some players and the manager himself. Let us just be thankful for all we have with this team and in life in general cos in the end, that is all that matters.




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25 Apr 2022 17:52:02
Liverpool is a great City there’s only one thing that let's the city down. They normally wear blue and rhymes with hitters. If it weren’t for that lot Liverpool would be paradise on earth.

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18 Apr 2022 00:02:13
I honestly think Gomez doesn’t get played purely because of his height. Being a top team means that teams target set pieces as their most realistic chance of scoring and Matip and Konate are better at defending them with their height and aerial ability.
Gomez did us proud in the title winning season he was outstanding and if he does leave I’m sure he will be again. Good luck to him.

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17 Apr 2022 23:57:42
I thought he looked pretty good. Tbf all of Benfica’s players looked brilliant in front of goal they scored with every chance they had.
I have a feeling Nunez could be a worldy but this next move could define that. If he goes to West Ham he’ll be another Timo Werner and end up moving on in a few years to try to rebuild his career.
If he ends up at a decent club with decent coaches the sky could be the limit for him.

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18 Mar 2022 09:00:00
Rashford is massively overrated for me and doesn’t even get on our bench.
Regardless of coaching if he had everything he’d be able to make a 5 yard pass and shoot vaguely near the goal.
Just another hyped up average English player.
Great bloke though off the pitch obviously.

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10 Mar 2022 14:16:54
Just put him in a room with Coutinho and Wijnaldum and he’ll soon realise leaving Liverpool is not a good idea.
We play differently to any other team and our manager is the best in the business. Leave at your own risk it’s highly likely your career will just nosedive from there.

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25 May 2022 14:01:42
You need to forget about what he cost. It’s not you spending the money so why does that even come in to it?
Has he done enough to warrant a place in the squad? I think if you look at his contribution this season I’d say he has.
He’s not the swashbuckling midfielder we were led to believe we were getting but I think he’s struggled to come to terms with the relentless press Klopp employs and that has detracted from his attacking play. Plus I think he is constantly judged on his price tag and slated by a large portion of Liverpool fans which will only make the guy more nervous as he gets anxious to justify his inclusion.
I say Klopp knows him and his talents much better than any fan does so just lay off the guy and let Klopp make the decision.

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25 May 2022 12:23:49
I actually think Haaland might cause an issue for City next season. Not that he’s not a good player but he’s a type of player that they haven’t had since Pep arrived so they’ll have to change the way they play to accommodate him.
Remember last summer when Chelsea had signed ‘the missing piece’ in Lukaku? How did that work out for them? Having just won the CL (and beating City in the final) they went backwards fast!
Don’t worry Jurgen and the boys have got this.

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23 May 2022 15:06:32
We were the best team in the league this season and deserved the title.
City had the benefit of directly gaining 6 points at least from wrong (or corrupt) VAR decisions very late in games. I can’t think of any wrong decisions we had that had a direct impact on the result.
They are a great team but they were helped along the way to the title this season there’s no doubt about it.

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22 May 2022 23:54:40
Rigsby you could say we wouldn’t have come back from 2-0 down but City did. I’d say if we needed to win to be sure of the title we never would’ve gone 2-0 down at home in the first place.
City are flaky but they have great players to drag them out of trouble sometimes.
We are mentally stronger and more solid with plenty of leaders and strong characters. Both great teams but very different in their make up.
I have to say I think we’ve been the better team this season. The fact we’ve got to all cup finals tells you that. They have won the league due to key decisions going their way at crucial times. The penalty they shouldn’t have had against Wolves and the penalty Everton should’ve had. That was 4 points they coined purely down to poor officiating.
I can’t think of any such blatantly incorrect decisions that have won games for us.

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20 May 2022 09:09:39
I can’t help but be disappointed but fair play to them. After the Burnley game I thought they were dead and buried but it did make Lampard understand the seriousness of the situation and set them up to be hard to beat.
To beat Utd and especially Chelsea since then was some feat so fair play.
I’m gutted, them going down would’ve felt like 5 trophies!

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