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28 Aug 2019 11:00:58
The issue again has been muted, Stevie G to take over if and when JK decides to leave, Whilst it may seem a match made in heaven there is no real reason to think it could be so. Cast your mind back to Graham Souness, he had all the attributes not unlike SG but was not particularly successful. Surely someone who should be considered is some one who is totally aware of JK's methods and seeing how successful these have been his present right hand man something could be the man. Who knows it could be the start of another boot room legacy. Just a thought.

Evered77

1.) 28 Aug 2019 11:08:08
Imo Lijnders should be the one hopefully alongside Krawietz if he doesn't retire with Klopp.


2.) 28 Aug 2019 11:13:54
I think we are jumping the gun here!

He is contracted till 2022, and we must assume that Klopp Won’t leave until then, that is a LONG time, lots can change by then.

I am sure the club have plans, but let’s just enjoy our time with big Kloppo!


3.) 28 Aug 2019 11:21:39
I love the idea of a return to the boot room days but are we confident that Pep can make that step up from a number 2 to being the boss? I’m not doubting his football brain at all, but the modern day manager has to have so many different skill sets and the fans have to have absolute patients. I’m just not sure how much of a gamble that would be. I know he was sacked for not getting promoted in his time as a manager, but I’ve no idea if he was very harshly done by (to be fair firing a manager after a year is most often a bit harsh) but is he Liverpool manager material, or is he an outstanding coach? They aren’t necessarily the same thing.


4.) 28 Aug 2019 12:34:13
I don't know who Liverpool will appoint when Klopp finally leaves, but I imagine there will be several high profile managers interested.
As for Gerrard, he has done nothing whatsoever to suggest he should become manager at Liverpool. There are plenty of decent players who have failed miserably at management. A good player is not necessarily a good manager.


5.) 28 Aug 2019 12:38:30
Lets hope they scout the next manager as well as they scout for players.
I don't think it would be a good idea to appoint Stevie as he would have too much of a connection to the club which can cloud judgment, unless he proves to be an outstanding manager in the mean time.


6.) 28 Aug 2019 12:57:57
Gerrard this far has done nothing to suggest he should be our manager. It does not strike me as coincidence that when we hire proven league winners (Rafa, Dalglish, Klopp) we have had success in the way of winning trophies, whereas others have been pretenders despite their best efforts. If Gerrard can put Rangers consistently on top in Scotland, get them into CL group stages and playing good footy againts some top European sides like Celtic were a few years back, then that might be enough to sway me. Can’t see that happening in the next 3 years though!


7.) 28 Aug 2019 13:37:25
this is getting really tedious now. it's amateur hour, and unnecessary to rationalize why stevie wouldn't be suitable based on a litany of former ex-pros who have failed as managers. also, it's a bit deficit focused to just jump straight to the negative bits. anyways, it's ages away. shouldn't ya be looking no further than the next transfer window in january to get ya blood boiling haha.


8.) 28 Aug 2019 15:13:20
Yeah, let's talk about how many goals Glatzel will score in 3 years time when he takes over from Firmino.


9.) 28 Aug 2019 15:33:51
My only concern here is what the message from JK - which probably got lost in translation - will do to the players mindset. I'm sure we all recall that Man United had a bit of a blip when Fergie announced he was leaving well in advance, something he then went back on anyway.


10.) 29 Aug 2019 14:13:40
If it is someone who needs lots of patients maybe we should go for that continental chap Dr Oetker?


11.) 29 Aug 2019 21:19:50
Come on guys, let's not be talking about this consistently until 2022. Let's enjoy the ride we are on with Klopp now. Plenty of time to pick up this conversation at a later date. Let's not worry about it too much.


12.) 30 Aug 2019 00:49:15
To be fair this klopp interview has been interpreted out of context. He simply mentioned that when he does eventually leave us that he wants to take some time off instead of jumping into another job. Never mentioned any timeline or plans of when that will be. He has 3 years left which is a long time really and a lot can change in that time, if we start dominating with repeated success I'm sure he won't walk away from that but also who knows he could see a huge downturn like he had in BVB and not even see out his contract.

Let's take a step back from pointless future speculation as any managers stock can be much higher or lower in a few years than currently.


13.) 30 Aug 2019 10:53:27
That sort of sentimental decision-making is what has got United stuck with absolute mediocrity in Solskjaer. I am hoping, when the time comes, that the club are smart enough to make a decision based on rational thinking and coaching quality, not on emotion and nostalgia.


14.) 30 Aug 2019 19:21:28
I wouldn't rule out Stevie the opportunity solely because he's a club legend, but we're talking about three years down the line. That's a deadline that he can work towards if he really sees himself as following on from Klopp.

His plan should be along the lines of: dethrone Celtic this season; move to a Championship team for next season and get them promoted; then manage to keep them up while displaying attractive and pressing football in the same style that Liverpool currently play.

If he could achieve those things in 3 years, I'd be happy with him to be Klopp's replacement. He needs to look at Liverpool's style of play and implement that as his own, and tweak how he sees necessary. It will be Mr. Edwards' choice if he's still at the club and he would no doubt be looking for managers who play a similar style and have made a success of it. Surely (IF he even wants to succeed Klopp), should be the blueprint he should be working towards. If he doesn't do this, or would want to implement a different style of football, then he shouldn't get the job, quite simply. But I'm not purely against it as long as he shows over the next three years that he's the perfect replacement.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think 3 years is long enough epic....to see if he smiles.. :)


15.) 30 Aug 2019 20:31:47
Ed025, I agree that for Stevie it's a short amount of time, but I think that what I'm saying is correct that if he ever wants to be Liverpool manager, he should adopt Liverpool's playing style with his own teams and show that he can be successful doing so.

I think it's quite clear that when Klopp is replaced, it will be with a manager that adopts the same style. If that's Gerrard, I don't know, but the football director will want to keep the style the same, that's for sure. What I was really getting at is IF he wants to be Liverpool manager one day, that's what he should be working towards.

I really have no preference to who the replacement is. I just have a good idea that that's what the director of football will be looking for. If Gerrard isn't doing that with his own teams, he won't be in contention.

{Ed025's Note - hes miles of even being considered as an option epic, good players dont always make good managers mate as has been said on here many times, also he has the charisma of a coconut which means hes hardly likely to live up to klopps man management skills..


16.) 30 Aug 2019 20:51:02
Ed025. Who has the same charisma? Should we appoint Barry Fry?

I'm not pioneering for Gerrard to be Liverpool manager whatsoever. I'm just saying that if he wants to, that's the blueprint he needs to follow. And I said in my last post, three years is an awfully short time for him to turn into the perfect Klopp replacement.

Actually, if I had anything to do with it (which I don't), I'd take a completely different approach to when Liverpool wouldn't let Dalglish have a sabbatical and let Linders be caretaker manager for a year and Klopp can come back refreshed. But I guess that's an ideal world and who says that his style will even work in 4 years time?

{Ed025's Note - sam allardyce and david moyes are looking for new clubs epic, never say never they say mate.. :)


17.) 30 Aug 2019 21:43:15
Where is Sami hyypia these days? Is he currently managing? He always struck me as a former player who looks like he has the strenghts to make a good coach and i remember a few years back he was doing decent starting off but no clue where he's at now. ?


18.) 31 Aug 2019 13:59:52
If the next 3 seasons go well, and Klopp and Edwards want Pep Ljinders to take over, the job will be handed to him on a silver platter. I doubt anyone else will even be considered unless he turns it down.

But 3 years hence is a long time. So this is all speculation.


 

 

28 Jun 2019 16:02:02
With it being reported that Camacho has completed his transfer to Sporting I think we can safely assume that JK is not interested in Bruno Fernandes. It looks like he is prepared to go with what he has with the likes of AOC, and NK being available. I think as well he will go with Brewster and keep Origi. If that what he thinks I trust his judgement.

Evered77

1.) 28 Jun 2019 16:22:34
I think it was all just wishful thinking. By all accounts it doesn't look like we're in for any player of that caliber this window. All reporters saying 20m to non founds earmarked for investment for the summer, and I can't see us strengthen the first team for that amount. A couple of good talents for the u-teams would be nice though.


2.) 28 Jun 2019 16:24:18
This makes no sense, it is very rarely the case where transfers from 2 clubs depend on each other. Swaps generally don't happen. So if Klopp wanted Bruno Fernandes he might still want him. Them buying one of our kids won't matter.
We will buy a few players. But there is no need to panic. We've already got an outstanding team and panel.


3.) 28 Jun 2019 16:31:21
Dont know how you come to that conclusion on the 28th of June! Pretty daft to me.


4.) 28 Jun 2019 16:45:39
28th of June and the experts on here think the window is closed. At least wait until the 10th of August before starting the hand wringing and crying.


5.) 28 Jun 2019 18:40:00
It's still June, plenty of big teams have not made a major signing yet. We are obviously after a left back and and an attacking mid/ forward player and they do not need to be signed by July 1st. let's see where we are in August.


6.) 28 Jun 2019 21:17:22
Not technically a swap, but Barcelona and Valencia just bought each other's GK's!


7.) 28 Jun 2019 21:26:40
NK injured again after getting rushed back by Guinea.


8.) 28 Jun 2019 22:01:37
Whos to say a nice easy transfer doesnt build a good relationship for when we want a player of theirs?


9.) 28 Jun 2019 20:00:46
I think its short sighted. We lacked goals and guile in midfield and with due respect to Keita and AOC, theyre not the players to offer this. We need a midfielder who can score goals and unlock tight defences with a clever pass. If we stand still now, we will move backwards. Its clear we lack creativity and goals in midfield last season, we should go for Fernandes as hes one of the best available. Theres no point going for James Maddison as hes a dyed in the wool United supporter, Coutinho has burnt his bridges, Fekir isnt happening and as Ed002 has mentioned, Ziyech has considerable baggage.


10.) 29 Jun 2019 08:04:38
what exactly is short sighted? Camacho to sporting has nothing to do with BF or any other transfer for that matter! Keita and ox both have goals in them.

interesting that you call that out as a big miss - given we have a club record total points in the league for the club and are champions of europe.

of course we want to improve but i didn't realise the window shut on 28th June?


11.) 29 Jun 2019 08:17:49
What's "short sighted"? . Majority of replies that I've read from the Ed's say they expect an attacking MF to be targeted. Wait until the 10th of August to start the whining.


12.) 29 Jun 2019 10:05:09
With Lallana staying for one more season, Ox coming back and Keita more used to the EPL, I think there's zero chance we are buying another number 8~10. Unless Lallana leaves, It should be a left back and maybe a winger. I was sure we would buy a winger too, but thinking about Origi's development this season and how Shaqiri will also be more used to our system + Ox, I'm not so sure.


13.) 29 Jun 2019 11:30:40
If the only player were looking to add is a versatile striker costing no more than 20m, then yes it is very short sighted, in fact it would be a waste of 20m considering we have Harry Wilson. It was evident on top many occasions last year that we lacked an attacking midfielder who could score goals and pick a pass when teams are parking the bus. It was the bore draws against City, United, Everton, West Ham and Leicester that cost us the title and inability to get through them that was a problem. Our midfield hardly weighed in with many goals at all. As for the argument that Keita and Ox have goals in them, this is a shaky argument as Ox has never bagged double figures and the most hes got in a PL season is 3, and Keita needs to learn to speak English and stay injury free. But again, between either of them, they dont have the vision of a De Bruyne, a Silva (either David or Bernardo) or any midfielder of that skill and ability, because they lack the skill set.

{Ed001's Note - why is Wilson relevant? He is not the answer.}


14.) 29 Jun 2019 13:30:52
Jk not interested in BF has AOC, NK, F, GW, JH plus RB, RF and HW who can all play behind the striker. Also STOP USING ACRONYMS.


15.) 29 Jun 2019 15:21:13
6 Times, are you new at LFC cos what you just said about Ox and Naby lacking guile in midfield, makes little sense? Before Ox got injured, he was tearing it up in the PL and the CL.

Go ask Pep the complete damage he did to them in the PL and CL affairs where we thumped them 10 goals to 4 with Ox scoring twice and facilitating the front three to score their goals as well.

As for Naby, he just started to offer that guile and goals you claim he does not offer, before he got injured at Barcelona so again, your post lacks any empirical evidence to support your opinion on both of these players. And as for Wilson, Ed02 has said he is getting sold and NO, he is not the answer either.


16.) 29 Jun 2019 18:06:13
Just my opinion but our midfield is the main reason why we have such an attack minded back four. If we add an all out attacking midfielder then that would mean less protection for our back four. Any of JH, Fab or GW can drop back when need be. I think this is why we saw so little of Shaqiri last season. I couldn't see any significant flaws in his game so I guess it was down to tactics. We conceded the least amount of goals last season and were only behind City by about 5 goals.
That being said I would absolutely love us to sign Bruno Fernandes but I don't feel that desperation to sign players that I felt in seasons gone by.


17.) 29 Jun 2019 18:44:34
Ox and Keita are good at what they do, but they lack the vision and game intelligence that we lacked at vital moments that City have in abundance in De Bruyne, David Silva and Bernardo Silva. We do lack a creative midfielder who can score vital goals and find a telling pass in tight situations. Also 20m doesnt go very far in this market, and if we sold Wilson to, for example, bring in someone like Maxwel Cornet, that would be very poor business indeed.


18.) 02 Jul 2019 20:46:03
6Times, Klopp's midfield from his Dortmund days, does NOT and has NEVER played with a true no. 10. He values athleticism and energy over guile and should we even need guile and intelligence, Bobbie can provide that. Klopp was going to keep Cou cos he would accommodate him in our midfield even tho, it left us light at the back when we lose the ball. There is a reason why after Cou left, we were better on the counter with Ox's ability to break the lines with pace and power and damage teams. Again, ask Pep at City. Also, Ox could track back and help defensively, something Cou had stopped doing.

Also, your comparison btween Wilson and Max Cornet is ludicrous. How could you say that an unproven Harry Wilson (who has NO game experience in the top division) being sold and a proven Max Cornet (Ivorian international, CL experience with Lyon and top flight experience in France) would be poor business? How do you even work that stuff out?


 

 

21 Jan 2019 20:21:34
On Liverpool live it is clawing that Fakir has said a transfer to us is still on the agenda. Does any of you Edds have any knowledge of this.

Evered77

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of plans for him to sign this month. But if he has said it is on, then he should know better than.}


1.) 21 Jan 2019 22:31:40
Come on mate let’s move on. It’s not happening.


2.) 21 Jan 2019 23:49:53
Pretty certain we don't have a fakir coming.

Or if we do, I'm sure his salary will be literally pittance.


3.) 22 Jan 2019 00:57:01
It’s fakir news.

{Ed0333's Note - ha ha I see what you did there, good one mate.


4.) 22 Jan 2019 09:50:58
I only asked.


5.) 22 Jan 2019 10:31:25
I wouldn’t rule it out Virgil. Klopp obviously likes him and if he’s proved his fitness enough and Lyon are willing to negotiate I see no reason why it couldn’t happen.
Unlikely I admit and quite honestly I’m not bothered either way but how many times where we told ‘Salah won’t be moving to Liverpool unless it’s to replace Mane’ or ‘Van Dijk deal is off due to tapping up debacle’.
Never say never mate he’s obviously on the move somewhere and I wouldn’t put it past Edwards to get a deal done if it’s what we and the player wants.


6.) 24 Jan 2019 03:27:50
I agree Bobby b, we aren't getting enough goals from midfield. FSG were obviously willing to finance the deal. I think he has proved the injury to his knee is not a major problem. Just like klopp and Liverpool to pull off a major signing towards the end of the window.


 

 

28 Dec 2014 19:49:43
Hi eddy is there any truth in our signing bernidino(spelling) of west brom and what do you think.studge is due back but I am concerned about his injury issues thank and all the best for 2015

Evered77

{Ed001's Note - I am not aware of any truth in him coming to us in January, though we are watching him regularly. We are just one of many keeping tabs, no more.}


1.) 29 Dec 2014 09:22:39
Buying Berahino makes no sense. Too similar to Origi in every way except Nationality. I'd even put Origi slightly ahead of him. Pure waste of money.

If we need to buy a youngster again buy Dybala. Gives us a different option of striker and looks unreal. He's left foot looks a real banger. A good few of Berahino's goals are penos.

Personally I'd go for Vela, Doumbia, Martinez etc. Ones with proven goal scoring records.

If not these, then Jaime Baez. Far cheaper and looks the real deal on Youtube.

To be fair, my knowledge of Dybala and Jaime Baez is probably not good enough to judge properly but one thing I am almost certain of, berahino will be more money flushed down the toilet.


2.) 29 Dec 2014 18:55:54
We might also be watching Benidorm on ITV.


3.) 30 Dec 2014 00:54:09
Berahinho is a great talent, but for anything over £15m, we need a proven talent, not more potential.


 

 

08 Jul 2014 19:20:19
What has changed that seven months ago we were trying like,,,,,, to sign Kono now we appear to have no interest at all and appear to be prepared twice as much for markovic

Evered77

{Ed002's Note - I really don't know but no contact since January.}


1.) 08 Jul 2014 23:40:58
And a figure under what we had been quoted as offering mind boggling.


 

 

 

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22 Jun 2019 03:12:43
Reading regular comments about the demise of young promising players having very limited chances of progressing due to reluctance of managers (particularly in the premier league) to risk playing them. Given the demise of lower clubs such as Bolton, Bury, and others, is it time that clubs who can afford it be allowed to adopt teams with a view to giving young players experience and allow the adopted teams to play in the lower leagues. I remember the days when there was the first team and reserves, and the reserve reams comprised of older pros and young hopefuls, I think it was quite good for the young players.

Evered77

1.) 22 Jun 2019 07:13:29
Having young players has now become a business.
Even if we don't think they are good enough to be an elite player we can loan them out and sell them.
Is it wrong?
Yes, but unfortunately it is the sign of the times.


2.) 22 Jun 2019 16:51:14
Chelsea have made a fortune on Kurt Zouma, and he's still their player. I can't remember where I read it or the exact amount, but was so surprised with the staggering amount at the time.

Does anyone know how much Chelsea have made from loaning him out season after season?

{Ed002's Note - Once he made his move to Chelsea he has been loaned out twice as far as I recall - Stoke and then Everton. You are obviously thinking about someone else.}


3.) 22 Jun 2019 17:11:12
Ah, you're correct Ed002. I read an article a while ago about Chelsea earning loan fees and there were a couple who'd made them quite a lot. I think I just added 2 and 2 together and thought it was Zouma. My apologies.


 

 

16 Jun 2019 16:29:39
Very little mention of Ben Woodburn, now why is this?

Evered77

1.) 16 Jun 2019 17:50:55
Because he has failed to cope with the physicality of senior football? Roaster Mk II.


2.) 16 Jun 2019 17:51:09
Rossiter* damn autocorrect.


3.) 16 Jun 2019 18:55:27
Roaster 😂😂
Only on Sundays I hope lmao.


4.) 16 Jun 2019 19:22:16
Literally spotted it the second I pressed the button to send it in 😂.


5.) 16 Jun 2019 20:55:07
Have a day off plain bread, he had half a season trying to get into a team pushing for promotion.

He is 19 for Christ sake!

I can see him going out on loan again to the championship, quite a few have shown interest.


6.) 16 Jun 2019 22:58:26
Maybe Southern Red but in my opinion he won't make the step up with us. The move back into midfield was a complete nose dive, but even as a forward I don't think we have time to wait for him to adapt when there are better players coming through like Brewster, Duncan and Glatzel. It wouldn't surprise me to see Woodburn coming up to the Premier League as a key player with a Championship club in 5 or 6 years, a bit like Connor Coady did. Everyone is entitled to an opinion mate and if he becomes a regular for us you have permission to say you told me so! I can't see it happening personally. Sorry if you thought I was being harsh.


7.) 17 Jun 2019 10:13:56
He's done very little to note in the last year.


8.) 17 Jun 2019 12:45:33
Struggled at Sheffield. But must be hard for a young kid being one of the best technical players in the squad. Pushing for game time in a dressing room of mates who have played together for years. Especially hard if the guy you're trying to displace is a big character, tough effer.

Ive seen the lads class. He is still so young. It's too early to say but he could still make ot at liverpool.


 

 

19 Mar 2019 17:15:53
I don't know what the likelyhood is of us even thinking of resigning Courtinio, but I am a bit confused about the financial deal when we sold him. As I understand it Barcelona still owe us some money and this in turn was depending on appearances and success. Perhaps I am totally wrong and I am sure the Edds could enlighten me. What effect would this have on how much we would pay if we decided to sign him
,

Evered77

{Ed002's Note - It would make no difference to what Liverpool would have to pay. Barcelona have to finish paying the transfer fee regardless. Any additional future payments due to appearances and performance would not be paid if he were sold, be it to Liverpool or anyone else.}


1.) 19 Mar 2019 19:48:30
This is one of the risks when agreeing transfers with multiple additional clauses and payments.

Its also the reason that we should always defer to the Eds when thinking about the money side of things as there's few who seem to understand the complexities and implications of the finances surrounding transfers.


2.) 19 Mar 2019 20:01:43
I think quite a few people, including some of the Ed’s, questioned the value of the deal and potential loss to LFC when it was publicised

Looked great in essence- but was strewn with risk in terms of clauses met to release extra money owed.

Probably LFC making it look like they got a fantastic deal for someone who plainly wants to leave.

Good PR- but now deal doesn’t look as good as it once did.


3.) 19 Mar 2019 20:48:02
i'm not usually fussed about this, but I wonder what the angle is when people are insinuating that the deal was not as good as presented. like, what was the alternative? keep an unhappy player? sell him to another club for a better deal (that may not have been there? )


4.) 19 Mar 2019 21:12:59
I don’t think anyone has said keep him
The deal was portrayed as coming to a certain amount- but was never likely to reach that amount given clauses required

That’s all.


5.) 19 Mar 2019 21:22:21
Eds 02 walked us through the deal before, it was something in the region of 100/ 110 mill paid in installments with extras based on appearance's, winning leagues, champions leagues learning to gravitate ect, in total 142 million.

{Ed002's Note - The agreement is in Euro not GBP.|


6.) 19 Mar 2019 22:36:54
Thanks to Edd02 for his reply and other subscribers comments I don’t believe we will sign him or he would come but I wonder why you would entertain such arrangements.


7.) 19 Mar 2019 22:46:38
Cheers Eds 02, personally I don't want him back and doubt Klopp does either, but it seems that Barcelona want shot of him, where do think he will go next.


8.) 20 Mar 2019 07:35:24
I don’t know why we, as fans, pay such attention to the financial side of things. It’s just so complex that it’s on a completely different level of understanding to the majority. Granted there will be one or two who are well versed through their background.


9.) 20 Mar 2019 10:56:36
Yes, exactly my thoughts too Ron. The financial side of things are completely irrelevant to us as fans.


10.) 20 Mar 2019 20:10:31
With you there, Ron and Salah. I couldn't be arsed about all the bean-counting stuff that much and even tho I don't mind knowing a bit about it, I don't go out busting my arse trying to know every detail.


 

 

13 Feb 2019 11:21:17
Just thinking of Gordon Banks. He come to Anfield playing for Stoke just after the wold cup. When he came on the pitch the reception he received was fantastic and no one was more surprised than him because he previously was our nemesis when playing for liester (spelling) from then on it became the custom of every keeper to receive a good reception. He was the best I have ever seen.

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14 Jan 2019 15:17:21
Regarding players injuries seem to be more prevalent now I think players themselves are more aware of consequences of ignoring them. In the old days players were given pain killing injections so they could play and you could take How Tommy Smith ended up as a consequence of this. You may also recall the story of Joe Fagan refusing to let Alan Hansen have injections in his knee because of the danger of permanent damage despite being told to do so.

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01 Jul 2019 15:34:34
Considering that Herta Berlins manager is reported as saying Grujic was one of the best midfielders in their league, how can you accuse Liverpool of overpricing him except of course Liverpool dont want to sell him. Why would we keep a player who has no future with us. To compare him with Markovich was unreal. He cost us reported 20 million, so why shouldnt we try to recoup a decent return for him, and I think its fair to say given the few appearances he made for us he didnt look like he could handle the premier league.

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17 Feb 2019 15:08:21
Given the quality of VVD and GOMES I think it would be very difficult to get the quality we would require because they would not sign to “ sit on the bench”. I am not totally impressed with either Matip or Lovren and if there is not enough confidence in our academy prospects at this time then I think we need to be looking at players who are experienced and although past there best, they are reliable. I will leave that category to the Edds.

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22 Jan 2019 09:50:58
I only asked.

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25 Jan 2016 11:31:59
couldn, t agree more with patemondo re EMS comments on Moreno. Error prone, not good enough for trophy seeking team, what makes him good. Sorry EMS like a lot of your posts and contribution to site, but if turn of pace is only attribute Liverpool harriers have some good youg sprinters.

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How can you possibly disregard the stat highlighted by carra that sacko and skirted played 17 games together and managed one clean sheet only.sorry sacko is still young so maybe some hope with good coaching but skytel plus Johnson an dagger are not the future

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07 Jun 2019 11:03:55
If Klopp thinks we need him then we should go for him. He hasn’t done so far with players he has gone for.

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02 May 2019 14:27:27
I don’t think we have the quality (in forward positions particularly) to have had the success we have experienced. In midfield we hoped Keita would provide drive forward we wanted, but although he is showing promise now it remains to be seen if he is the answer. I am sure Klopp is aware and will attempt to improve our squad. I would just like to add it’s going to be one hell of a second leg and we have the fire power up front to turn it round.

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27 Apr 2019 13:04:23
I won’t be surprised if Gomez does play because casting my mind back before he was injured I thought him and Trent combined very well together. As regards the semi I think the away goals will be a deciding factor and I fancy us.

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24 Apr 2019 12:42:19
Football is plagued with all sorts of shady happenings and people’s actions you can start at the top with FIFA and go down the list. But football is one the greatest sources of enjoyment for ordinary people throughout the world. I don’t doubt things are not always done correctly at the club levels but I am pretty sure what Klopp has been guilty of is quite common, but to single him out I think is unfair. We would all like things to be perfect but this will never be whilst there winners and losers, success and failure. I will continue to support LFC and be ever grateful for the ride with them over many years.

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23 Mar 2019 17:41:08
For God's sake he was a professional plying his trade and he gave me
Some great moments.

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