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09 Oct 2019 16:58:29
Hearing the club will not submit new plans for the Anfield Road end expansion until 2020, with a capacity of only 60,000 ( an additional 6,000 seats )

Yes there are restrictions with infrastructure and the housing around the ground, I still feel this is really disappointing.

We have a season ticket waiting list of over 25,000 and each Match day I always see dozens of fans waiting at the ticket office ( behind the kop ) only to be told games are a sell out.

We are one of the biggest clubs in the world but can't facilitate demand.


1.) 09 Oct 2019 18:22:48
Well it sounds like the 60,000 capacity is there for a reason and you are just looking for something to complain about. Unless you think the club should build a bigger ground somewhere else?

{Ed002's Note - This is old news and all options are being considered.}

2.) 09 Oct 2019 19:14:27
Complain? Are you for real?

I have a season ticket pal, I just feel sorry for all of you on here that can’t get tickets.

3.) 09 Oct 2019 19:25:04
Stadium size is not the only way to show you're a world class team. Don't forget that there's a human and environmental cost to these expansions as have been previously explained. So, unless you're looking for a brand new, shiny Maracana-sized stadium to underline our status, you should just wait to see what happens.

{Ed047's Note - believe it or not Arsenal have over 60,000 on the waiting list for a season ticket.

4.) 09 Oct 2019 19:44:03
I didn’t say it was, it was about being able to eat into the season ticket waiting list.

5.) 09 Oct 2019 20:06:31
ed002 the club has not said anything new have they after they said they was letting the old planning permission to run out. What was for over 4000 can't see them spending the extra money in new plans to add under 2000 seats. As for the infrastructure is there not talks ongoing about some old rail stations being reopened nearer the ground.

{Ed002's Note - There was an interview with The AP where it was explained that all options are open.}

6.) 10 Oct 2019 00:15:59
Ed 02
Sorry. I am in the states. Can you explain what those options are please?
Matt in FL.

7.) 10 Oct 2019 00:15:59
Ed 02
Sorry. I am in the states. Can you explain what those options are please?
Matt in FL.

{Ed002's Note - The owners have made it clear that any and all options are available for consideration. They have not renewed the planning permission because it made no financial sense - it took them a long tie to figure that out.}

8.) 10 Oct 2019 17:14:36
Would that include a new stadium ed02?

Thanks in advance.

{Ed002's Note - Yes, all options.}

9.) 10 Oct 2019 19:31:15
My understanding is it doesn't include a new stadium. The main issue being considered is redeveloping the Anfield Road end and the Kenny Daglish stand. This will take the capacity to 70,000. The Dalish stand would be very much like the main stand in size.

10.) 10 Oct 2019 20:14:35
Would it be fair to say the redevelopment of the main stand, was a mistake and going ahead with plans to build a new stadium away from Anfield, would have made better financial sense, in the long term?

Thanks for the reply.

{Ed002's Note - No. The cost of building a new stadium would be very significant - Spurs have spent something close to £1B and have been plunged in to debt. The income from an extra 6,000 to 10,000 season tickets is zip in the big scheme of things.}

11.) 11 Oct 2019 12:55:48
don't think most fans would want a new stadium but the redevelopment of Anfield road end and Sir Kenny Dalglish stand would be great. The big issue there would be the houses behind the SKD stand, the club would need to probably buy 3 full streets. That will come with a lot of trouble with people not wanting to sell up and then it will come to compulsory purchase order what all ways leaves a bitter taste. I would expect the club to win that fight though.

{Ed002's Note - The club cannot have a compulsory purchase order and already know what the limitations are at Anfield. The club are already less than popular with the locals and are not doing what was planned as it makes zero sense financially - as has been explained year in year out.}

12.) 11 Oct 2019 14:18:35
ED002 did they not get one for the main stand . And if they was to do the skd stand there is no way that could not be done without at least 3 streets being knocked down. I don’t know why they could not to get compulsory purchase order.

{Ed002's Note - That is not what the existing planning permission states. Liverpool cannot get a CPO - that would need to be the local authorities.}

13.) 11 Oct 2019 19:48:52
The redevelopment of the ground has been completed so far as very much part of a wider community regeneration plan, with the City Council as a key enabler and partner. I’d expect the Anfield Road End to get rebuilt, with additional corporate facilities probably, taking the capacity to somewhere between 60 - 65,000.
After that, any further development becomes difficult and, ironically, a regenerated community may be the very thing that prevents any further ground expansion.

14.) 11 Oct 2019 16:54:50
yes I know the local authorities have to get it ed but if they put in planning for the SKD stand and it got granted, that is the only way they would get all the houses, And then I do believe it would go that way not that I like CPO. have seen people near me have there house taken from them with CPO'S I think if they are used the owners should get more than the value of the house rather than less. And with the money in clubs now with what they pay players for one weeks wages over paying for the house near by would be go good way to go about it. I would guess the house at the back of the ground would be about the £100k mark giving an extra 25% would not be a great deal to the clubs but I would mean a lot to the home owners ed. I think in the 4 streets there is about 80 houses so about £8m for all the house an extra £2m on top with what they are paying to get the ground up to 70k with what an 70k stadium would cost to build.

{Ed002's Note - Sorry I am losing track - you say you know it would be the authorities but previously said it would be the club. Nobody has suggested three roads will go. The club has already pissed off and lied about their involvement with the local residents. The club suffers from being arrogant, uncaring and showing no respect to other clubs or individuals - perhaps they will look to force more people from their homes.}

15.) 11 Oct 2019 22:33:51
sorry ed about the 3 roads I meant 4 rows of house for it to have the same height as the main stand would need that for light not to be an issue. And as for the CPO the club would need the planning from local authorities and wants they have that if they get it then it will end up going the CPO route what the club will know will probably have to go that way to get all the houses need for the build. But as most of the time nowadays ed its the money that talks. Like I said before ed if the club wants that stand doing I do think paying over the odds for the houses would be the best way for the club to deal with the issue not that I have heard of any talk of the Sir Kenny Dalglish stand being done I was just pointing out that I see the being a bit off if it ever happens.

{Ed002's Note - You seem to have little or no understanding of the plans that exist nor how the locals are already miffed with the club. You think Liverpool could bribe the council to get CPOs to make more locals homeless then you should be sharing those with the Echo and local community. Don’t worry, they are inner city folks who have little money and could probably be forced out by the club.}

16.) 11 Oct 2019 22:50:42
am not saying anything about the club Bribing the council am just saying that the normal folk normally get the S*** end off the stick. And as I understand it now there is no plans as they ran out. and it was the local authorities that said they was going to use CPO to get the last of the houses for the main stand.

17.) 14 Oct 2019 12:02:10
Am I right in thinking that any stadium with a capacity over 60,000 needs the correct infrastructure, i.e. a train line which is situated close to the ground. Getting to Anfield is not the easiest as its right in the middle of terraced streets. Even with the clearing of houses by the main stand, its still a nightmare to get in and out of. They have buses from the city centre taking fans. An extra 6,000 seats would add some income, but compared with the cost its not worth it? When the main stand was re developed, they change the entire corporate structure, which brings in far more money, as well as redevelopment of the area around the ground.

18.) 14 Oct 2019 12:22:02
Kirkdale station is pretty close.

19.) 27 Oct 2019 04:50:54
I get off at sand hills still a fair walk that.



16 Sep 2019 19:36:17
Robbo has knock and didn't train today.

If there's any doubts whatsoever over his fitness I'd rather not see him feature tomorrow night

Chelsea away is much more important imo.


1.) 17 Sep 2019 09:34:50
I think the days we put short term gain over long term goals a gone drogie or I hope so any way mate.

2.) 17 Sep 2019 15:40:29
I'd happily take a 3-0 loss and everyone leaving Naples fit and healthy in exchange for guaranteed 3 points this weekend.

We have bigger fish to fry this season than the Champions League.

3.) 17 Sep 2019 15:52:41
Champions League is our best bet for silverwhere. Klopp don't take league cup and FA cup to serious and no chance to win the league.

4.) 17 Sep 2019 16:04:43
I don't know why we need a loss tonight I would love a win tonight sets up the champions league great for us qualify from the group as soon as possible makes resting players later on easier. But is still want a win sunday think its a massive week for us could make getting through the groups stages a lot less stressful not like last season when it went to the end.

5.) 17 Sep 2019 17:52:11
We need to win to keep momentum grino but I just think if robbo has a niggle not worth risking him when a rest now could stop a potential stint on the sidelines.

6.) 17 Sep 2019 18:52:50
That's negative even for Walter, 2 of cities 3 CBs are injured and even with their massive squad depth you would think that would be a tough situation to come through without dropping points. I think we have every chance this season.

7.) 18 Sep 2019 09:31:05
Den82 agreed they have Thier problems but they will be just behind or just in front by January. Once January comes they will buy who they need to win the league.

8.) 19 Sep 2019 03:07:41
I hope they are in front so we can chase them down the 4 times we have been in front at Xmas hasn't exactly been great for us at the end of the season let's try reeling them in might be more successful that way for us to be at the top at Xmas and not win the league once is painful seeing that stat every year just with another year added every time it happens I don't know if I can take another season where we are top at Xmas and not win the league in May.



14 Apr 2019 20:34:52
Evening Ed001.

First of all, what a result today!

Away from the match, just want to pick up on the discussion regarding Clyne. You were spot on regarding him not being injured. Mate of mine who I sit next to at the match, knows a bloke who works with the phsyio team. He was saying that Clyne was caught smoking marijuana and partying whilst away in Ghana and the club actually spoke to the FA regarding this and the only reason he played against United was because of the lack of cover at RB.

He was also saying how worried the club was regarding Brewster's injury, especially when the leg was infected, hampering his comeback.

Brewster is very very highly rated at the club and have said that before his injury, was ahead of Owen ( at the same age ) in terms of terms of ability.

Good to see him back and scoring with the 23's along with the Ox and Gomez. I think the club will resist bringing them back early and wait until next season.


1.) 14 Apr 2019 21:29:46
If Brewster is ahead of Owen ability wise at that age i'll be a very very happy man because in todays market that's a £150 million player.

2.) 14 Apr 2019 21:34:15
Ahh he was stoned the whole time, explains his performances over the last few years.

3.) 14 Apr 2019 22:27:05
Second hand tittle tattle Drogie, which may or may not be right.
You shouldn’t have posted that imo.

4.) 14 Apr 2019 23:23:00
Second hand title tattle? And what make you so sure mate?

5.) 14 Apr 2019 23:51:58
It's a rumour site. so why not post a rumour?

6.) 15 Apr 2019 00:56:26
I know it's a rumour page but I'm a relative of Clyne please don't slander his name by bringing drugs into it he injured his back playing how shall I say extra curricular activities lol 1000% fact but don't drag he's name through dirt he loves the club and the badge he played for just know that


7.) 15 Apr 2019 00:58:36
Surely everything is second hand here, everyone’s heard it from someone.

8.) 15 Apr 2019 01:48:40
Drogie - are you tslking about the period of his (Clyne) so called back injury?

If so I heard the same thing at the time. In fact I remember a rumor of that kind was flying around on social media, but never paid much attention to it.

9.) 15 Apr 2019 06:42:40
You probably shouldn’t post something that could destroy a man’s career unless you have actual proof.

{Ed001's Note - it wouldn't destroy his career. It is not seen as career-defining, let alone destroying. Numerous players each season get caught with marijuana in their systems. It was not marijuana that caused Clyne to be dropped, it was his lifestyle. The guy may claim to care about Liverpool or football in general, but the only thing he gives a toss about is living the high life.}

10.) 15 Apr 2019 07:40:20
Those of you that read my posts will know that I never post a rumour, in fact it’s probbly my first!

I was given the info by a good friend of mine that I sit next to at the match, I’m not one for spreading cr*p.

Sorry if I’ve offended anyone, but the club are finished with Clyne.

11.) 15 Apr 2019 19:22:28
Ed01 already addressed the Clyne issue months when many moaned as to why he was not being picked. Ed01 said at the time that he was "not living the lifestyle of a professional footballer" and if anything the OP posted is true then that was what Ed01 may have been referring to.

IMO and regardless of his alleged lifestyle, he is light years behind Trent, Milner and even Hendo at RB and for me, Klopp did the right thing by getting shot of him cos he was no good enuff. Now if you add his "lifestyle" to the equation then it was a no-brainer.

{Ed001's Note - I have already posted in this thread that it was not about a drugs test. It was his party lifestyle. He acts like one of those spoilt rich kids who have too much money and never had to earn it as they were born with a silver spoon in their mouths. Klopp wants professionals who train hard and not turn up to training after snatching 20 minutes kip following a night out partying.}

12.) 16 Apr 2019 12:42:38
With you all the way on that one, Ed. Regardless of his issues (of which there are many, clearly) he is a dreadful player and I'm thankful he is no longer here and we will get rid come this summer.

{Ed001's Note - the sad thing is that he was a dreadful player because of his own attitude. He had the ability to be more than good enough.}

13.) 17 Apr 2019 23:25:06
Clyne will always be an important footnote in Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnolds careers.



02 Mar 2019 22:35:09
Echo is reporting the Ox is expected to feature for the under-23s over the coming week.


1.) 03 Mar 2019 00:01:28
yes, read that, great news, and he is really liked by all the staff, players and fans, so its a huge lift,
I have a good feeling about this return from injury,
he is really good for the club .

2.) 03 Mar 2019 04:19:05
Could be extremely helpful to inject some energy into midfield as we go into the final run-in.

3.) 03 Mar 2019 05:56:46
He’s built like a horse that lad.

4.) 03 Mar 2019 11:22:57
I think it's important we don't place too many expectations on him for this season at least. Coming back from a horrible injury often has many set backs. I would expect him to suffer little niggles and strains a lot as he's trying to get back to full fitness.

Next season I'm sure he will be back to his best.

5.) 03 Mar 2019 14:37:50
Surely if you’re gunna say that, he’s built like an ox?

6.) 04 Mar 2019 07:58:45
He’d better be careful then. another leg injury and they might shoot him.

{Ed025's Note - nice one marshy..

7.) 04 Mar 2019 16:14:46
If anyone in the team were built like a horse shouldn't it be Mane?

{Ed025's Note - love it 67..



14 Jan 2019 07:49:02
Morning Ed002.

Was thinking, if Salah and his representatives are / have been attempting to engineer a move away, are the owners and those running the club not aware of this? Surely they must be, I'd be astonished if they weren't

If so, are they making provisions to replace him in the Summer? One can say the summer is a long way off but replacing someone like Salah will require some work. As we all know if a player wants to leave and there is an opportunity they will.



{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of Salah doing anything specific, and his representative can speak to whomever they wish - it is no different from another players agent talking with Liverpool, Arsenal or anything else. I am not aware of any club looking to buy Salah in the summer at this time - it was seemingly a begging activity which would see Salah's future opportunities removed if Real Madrid were to buy the forwards they are looking at. Right now, I would not worry too much.}

1.) 14 Jan 2019 08:17:25
Thanks Ed002.

2.) 14 Jan 2019 11:48:17
Seriously Edd 002, an extremely well balanced answer, to a much too frequently and unoriganal question.

{Ed002's Note - It is simply the situation as I understand it right now.}

3.) 14 Jan 2019 18:53:32
Hey Dorgie, how did you manage to get 3 thumbs down for saying Thank You!

Gosh there are some lemons on here.

4.) 14 Jan 2019 19:31:31
If we analyse the way a thank you is delivered, we can start to ascertain why people may deliver a 'thumbs down'.

In years gone by, it was accepted that a nod, a tip of ones bowler hat or, as people expressed themselves more liberally, even a wink would be enough to acknowledge appreciation.

As times passed, expressing gratitude, evolved into a verbal exchange using the words 'thank you', which became shortened to 'thanks' or 'cheers'.

However, in this digital age, things developed further, with people going all out in expressing their appreciation. Phrases like 'Totes amazing', or wholly over the top comments meant that simply 'thanks' was of a bygone age.

So there we have it, I suspect the thumbs down was a result of vegan millenials passing by on their digital device and not recognising this more traditional way of expressing gratitude.

If you have read this far, then you a totes amazing and a far more superior being than me. I hereby tip my hat to you. Thanks.

That should have covered everything and everyone there.

5.) 14 Jan 2019 20:03:33
Boobybf post of the week.

6.) 14 Jan 2019 21:53:32
Grazi Mille.


do jeh, daw- dyeh

Danke sehr.
Khop Khun Mak Kha.

7.) 15 Jan 2019 01:33:56
Great reply BobbyF!

8.) 15 Jan 2019 12:58:37
Drogie - taking it to new and more cultural levels! I am impressed.

9.) 15 Jan 2019 17:47:19
Post of the week? This should be a mandatory read for anyone entering this site. brilliant bobby f. Oh and 'merci beaucoup'

10.) 15 Jan 2019 20:56:25
Gracias billynwa!

My new favourite poster.




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08 Dec 2019 15:15:15
So the focus now turns to the CL on Tuesday night.,

I actually think we'll get through comfortably even though Salzburg are a decent side.

But, should we not get through and we drop into the Europa League I personally think we should play a weakened teams. No disrespect but we have not been in such a strong position to win the league in a long time.

Don't care what anyone says, Leicester aren't going away and city have shown how consistent they can be when at full strength.


1.) 08 Dec 2019 15:38:30
I think (Im not 100% certain though) that Salzburg have to win by 2 goals due to us have scored more goals against them than they scored against us.

2.) 08 Dec 2019 16:16:44
I thought they just had to win to go through. Any other result and we go through. Any Ed’s able to clear this up. I agree in principle Drogie. CL football seems to lift us, Europa league football seems to hinder a lot of English teams in the premier league.

3.) 08 Dec 2019 16:57:33
It’s more the Thursday / Sunday games JK mate.
Not what we need.

4.) 08 Dec 2019 20:18:37
Due to our head-to-head record they would need to win by two goals, or score more than our 4. I will probably be a nervous wreck during the 90 mins, but I think at this moment that we should have too much for them. I'm not expecting it to be routine, however, but those are situations that the boys thrive in!

5.) 08 Dec 2019 20:58:47
Not true, if they won 3-2 we would go out on away goals. We would have to win lose 5-4 or greater to go through if we lost.

6.) 08 Dec 2019 21:31:31
According to uefa. com officials sites permutations
Salzburg “must better Liverpool’s 4-3 win”
As the first criteria is goal difference and then
“Highest number of goals scored in matches between the teams in question”
And then “away goals scored in matches between the teams in question “
So i read this as a 1-0, a 2-1 or a 3-2 defeat would be enough for Liverpool to go through
But let’s not even get to this scenario and just get the job done properly.

7.) 08 Dec 2019 23:07:53
Timw as you stated the first criteria is goal difference, as Salzburg already have a better goal difference than us, a 1-0 win to them will be enough.

8.) 08 Dec 2019 23:27:11
Cmon lads, there’s no way we’re getting beaten over there.
A draw is good enough and I am backing the Reds to get a positive result in Austria.
What’s with the pessimism?

9.) 08 Dec 2019 22:25:32
Ed’s can you shed light on the situation please? Is it right that if we loose by one goal then we go through still?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}

10.) 09 Dec 2019 02:09:33
No Roy it’s goal difference in the matches between the teams in question according to uefa so a 1-0 defeat would mean we would go through.



05 Dec 2019 21:08:59
🎶Mane's scoring, all around us, Kopites singing, having fun, it's the season, love and understanding, Merry Christmas, Everton🎶.


1.) 06 Dec 2019 16:27:38
Love it.

2.) 06 Dec 2019 23:44:58
Needs to be tis though! Tis the season. know your christmas music ;-)



05 Dec 2019 20:05:55
🎶David Moyes is a football genius, David Moyes is a football genius, 🎶David Moyes is a football genius 🎶

So glad Moyes is back at the helm, makes the Derby even more.


1.) 05 Dec 2019 20:42:04
Never has the old Kop joke “forget the ball lads, get on with the game” been more apt than now lmao.

2.) 05 Dec 2019 21:24:00
Wow, they actually went on and rehired Moyes. The Bitters are a gift that just keeps on giving.

3.) 06 Dec 2019 01:28:06
ed25 condolences mate .

{Ed025's Note - cheers roy, sad times mate..



30 Nov 2019 22:07:51
Justice, for the 96 Justice, for the 96 Justice, for the 96 Justice, for the 96 Justice, Justice, for the 96 Justice, for the 96 Justice,

Just want to say a big shout to the Kop today, the additional JF96 flags and everyone singing justice and waving flags for the first six mins

Fu** the system and never, ever buy the sun.



1.) 30 Nov 2019 22:33:34
Superb post Drogie.
The families may not have got the verdict they should have but the real victory is by not going quietly and letting the families know we are right behind them and what happened will never be forgotten by them or us, we will never tire in reminding the authorities we know its been a cover up from the very start and we will call for justice until justice is handed out.

2.) 01 Dec 2019 12:38:39
Brilliant Drogie 👏.

{Ed001's Note - defo agree Ron. Well said Drogie.}



23 Nov 2019 17:09:03
Anyone else slightly concerned at how well Leicester are playing? No CL and If they steer clear of injuries, can see them doing well.


1.) 23 Nov 2019 17:24:57
Rodgers will Rodgers it up at some point. Not worried.

2.) 23 Nov 2019 17:21:04
Respectful but if we keep winning then not a jot.

3.) 23 Nov 2019 17:51:33
No worries. top 4 that’s all for Leicester.

4.) 23 Nov 2019 18:12:20
It wasn't Rodgers who "Rodgered" it up back in 2014. I fully respect Leicester.

5.) 23 Nov 2019 21:20:25
Leicester are on a good run but no I’m not worried. Chelsea did something similar last season, as did Arsenal. They won’t keep that consistency all season.

6.) 23 Nov 2019 23:18:26
Leicester have the advantage of winning it 3 seasons ago were we have 30 years of pressure, no flying round the world mid season an no European footy the thing that might cock them up is injuries to key players eg vardy, vardy and maybe maddison and vardy . I think they look strong though not too be taken lightly.

7.) 23 Nov 2019 23:27:28
I do blame Rodgers to a point for throwing the league.

Gerrard playing a stupid position splitting the centre backs.

Chelsea game attacked when they parked the bus (draw would have done) and the above left no cover for the infamous slip.

Palace 3-0 up and kept going for it and drew the game.

8.) 24 Nov 2019 04:42:45
I think we only really need to focus on ourselves, what other teams do is not really relevant if we keep picking up points. United and Palace were, by far, our worst performances of the season, both were away from home, yet we managed to pick up 4 points from them. It is a really good sign of how resilient the team is and how able they are to really fight for points. It's not particularly comfortable viewing - really need us to just have a nice comfortable result soon, if only for my heart - but it bodes very well for the team.

I do think we lack significantly when one of the front 3 is absent - hopefully Shaqiri will be back soon as, though he isn't at their level, he still offers a good degree of quality and, unlike Origi or Ox (the latter of which should only be played in midfield in my opinion), is able to function effectively out wide. Napoli midweek is a huge game, and will be another really close one. I'm hoping Brighton at Anfield at the weekend will be a more straight forward affair but, given how we've been this season, it'll probably be a 7-6 thriller.

9.) 24 Nov 2019 06:22:22
Fair play to Leicester so far but with an 8 point gap, I’m not worried no. They will lose more games than we do from this point on and I don’t see them catching us.

I also disagree with people showing disrespect saying he’ll Rodgers it like he did with us.

Overall his tenure with us wasn’t great and I know he’s not popular on these pages (understandably) . But the man still took us closer than most have so let’s not belittle him for that.

10.) 24 Nov 2019 06:57:16
I'd be more worried a put Leicester if they were going to earn 5 pts / win rest of the way.

11.) 24 Nov 2019 08:37:39
Rodgers takes no credit for getting us into the position of being able to win the league but he takes all the blame for messing it up. Sounds about right.

12.) 24 Nov 2019 09:17:33
Regardless of Europe, travelling etc. we are miles better than Leicester. Why would we be worried about them?

13.) 24 Nov 2019 13:51:34
I predicted before the season that LC would break into the top 6, if not the top 4 and for now, that is the reality. Now are they a challenge to us and should we be worried? I don't care really cos our boys are way too focused on themselves and their performances and that is the way it should be.

As for whether BR will "BR" it again, I have no idea BUT I do know that LC will hit a wall just like Chelsea will (esp. on the road vs the bigger teams) and then we will see how they react.

As for whether BR takes all the blame for our failure in 13/ 14, I blame him for not trying to fix our inherent defensive issues that in the end, did us in near the end. Also, his naivete and inability to manage all the emotions and ferveur around the team and how Mou punked him into losing his composure when it mattered most in that Chelsea game, cost us as well. Mou tried the same thing with Klopp and Klopp did not fall for it in one of the utd games at Anfield two seasons ago. I salute him for getting us playing some good football and putting us in that position to begin with BUT his arrogance, naivete and tactical defficiencies
did us in, IMO.




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04 Nov 2019 19:35:04
Don’t tempt me Ed002 😜.




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04 Nov 2019 17:24:25
“Travelling between now and Christmas “

Are you Father Christmas when not being Ed002?


{Ed002's Note - If you can afford it I can be anybody you want.}



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02 Nov 2019 07:17:31
I personally think we need to keep Brewster, especially with the fixtures coming think and fast between now and the end of the season.




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26 Oct 2019 08:13:26
Mbappe will be in the stands on Sunday.




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24 Oct 2019 18:01:00
Ox that is 😂😂.





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08 Dec 2019 16:57:33
It’s more the Thursday / Sunday games JK mate.
Not what we need.




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08 Dec 2019 09:50:54
I hope so too mate, like I said there’s definitely a player there.


{Ed001's Note - personally I wasn't that impressed, took the easy option far too often of just tapping it straight back, his movement was not the best either. However it was his first game for ages, so the only thing that actually mattered is that he played and scored. Now he just needs to keep fit and get a run of games in.}



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08 Dec 2019 07:37:08
Considering his game time, Naby had a good run out today. Whilst he does give silly fouls away at times, you can see his drive to win the ball.

He likes to drive forward from midfield, it gives us another dimension, the boy can see a pass too!

Keep faith, there’s a real player there.


{Ed025's Note - lets be honest here drogie, he done ok as opposed to the mediocrity he has been serving up since he arrived, lets hope its not another false dawn and he turns out to be the player he was at RBL mate..



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08 Dec 2019 06:55:59
Robbiesline, we’ve not played spurs away yet mate, it’s the 11th jan then United home the week after.




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01 Dec 2019 11:14:01
The referee blew the whistle! Well done for quick thinking and catching Adrian napping!


{Ed001's Note - well said.}