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17 Aug 2018 23:48:46
Ed002 a question for you if I may - and bear In mind I may be getting things mixed up here.
You can sign ‘unatttached’ players any time right?
I remember you explaining something about buy out or release clauses (can’t rememvwr which) while back, where the club theoretically pays the player to pay his own clause, therefore buying him out his contract.
I’m not trying to find ways to break the rules - just curious - but if a player buys himself out his contract, he is effectively a free agent right?
What stops a club doing this outside the transfer window?

Firmane

{Ed002's Note - A player who makes himself a free agent outside of a transfer window cannot be signed by another club until the next transfer window as the rules specifically require him to be a free agent before the previous transfer window closes - hence the reason why Claudio Marchisio left Juventus yesterday whilst the transfer window was still open and not today. Clubs can also only pay a player to release himself from his contract in Spain, else the money is taxable so it would be necessary to pay double.}


1.) 18 Aug 2018 10:29:24
Ah so no English team can take Marchisio as he wasn’t a free in their window?
Thanks for the reply, informative as always!

{Ed002's Note - That is not what I said.}


2.) 18 Aug 2018 11:37:05
Cracking question then Firmane and again great insight in the answer Ed002. Been following football for 36 years yet every days a school day on here.


3.) 19 Aug 2018 00:23:15
Indeed, JK23.


4.) 19 Aug 2018 08:51:46
Isn’t it more about player registration. There are 2 deadline a years, at the end of each window for players to be registered with the FA. If they are not registered by this date they cannot play for the club until the next registration window is open. The only except is free agents, who if they were a free agent at the registration deadline, they can sign and register for a club.

{Ed002's Note - No, it is as I said. It depends when he becomes a free agent. If, for example, Lazar Markovic were to come to agreement with Liverpool of October 1 that they were to end their relationship and he were to become a free agent, he cannot sign with Olympiakos until January 1 when the Greek transfer window opens. However, should Lazio decide they wish to sign Ross Turnbull, they can do so now as he was a free agent during the previous transfer window.}


5.) 19 Aug 2018 11:49:52
That is where I’m getting mixed up Ed, why can marchisio sign for English team of our window is shut, yes Markovic can’t sign for an English team? What am I missing lol.

{Ed002's Note - One is a free agent and one is contracted to Liverpool and can only be loaned.}


6.) 19 Aug 2018 20:19:44
Sorry ed, I meant in your example if Liverpool decided to end their relationship?

{Ed002's Note - He would not have been available when the transfer window was open. There is no way for Liverpool to cheat here. It is all perfectly clear.}


7.) 20 Aug 2018 00:43:42
Yet again a conspiracy against us! Not allowing us to cheat 😡.


8.) 20 Aug 2018 11:19:35
Thats a good move for Turnbull, but I hope he realises its like a foreign country over there!


 

 

13 May 2018 22:26:56
We have Keita coming and are linked with another cm. We are losing can. We have been saying for seasons we lack that bite in midfield and maybe Keita adds that, but something noticeable for me, against city and against Roma in the first legs, hendo, Milner, gini or Ox won 80% of lose balls, headers and 50/50s which WA Skye to our quick turnovers and counters for me.

I hope we don't lose that, and if we do sign another cm, I obviously hope they are a good footballer first, and suits our style, but can't help but think that physical edge would be great.
I know we have been loosely linked with Jorginho, but I don't believe he really offers that.
Are we linked with any who do?

Firmane

1.) 14 May 2018 10:08:47
Do you honestly believe that Klopp would sign a midfielder who wasn't a good footballer or didn't suit our style?
Or couldn't stand up to the hurly burly of the Premiership?


2.) 14 May 2018 11:54:17
He DID sign Steven Caulker on loan at one point. lol.


3.) 14 May 2018 14:03:21
I propose a ban on the mentioning of Caulker on this site, Klopp has had an excellent record in the transfer window for us but every time someone mentions it, someone says caulker.


4.) 14 May 2018 15:16:11
Reynard, he signed him based on the opinion of someone within the club. He decided to trust this persons view and then learnt from it. That is entirely different to his view when signing a player.


5.) 14 May 2018 20:28:02
Loosen up, it's a joke (hence the "lol") . sad lack of humour on here sometimes.


 

 

02 Jan 2018 08:23:42
Lijnders left to coach in Holland. All the bed to him, always spoke of very highly by klopp, hopefully can find a good replacement!

Firmane

1.) 02 Jan 2018 08:40:37
Top guy, best wishes for the future Pep.


2.) 02 Jan 2018 12:06:48
My brother in law tells me that he's a really great guy and he's wonderful to have around. Apparently he was very highly thought of at the club too so that is a big loss to us imo.


 

 

24 Dec 2017 17:20:01
Liverpool linked with dani ceballos of madrid, I assume rubbish?

Firmane

{Ed002's Note - It is sort of correct. Real Madrid have given permission for Dani Ceballos' representativea to approach clubs with a view to a loan before any decision about a sale can be made. The loan will require guarantees of game time. The representatives held meetings in London with Arsenal and Liverpool and have also met Roma and Inter to see what interest there is. It is difficult to see how another central midfield player could be used by Liverpool right now, particularly one on loan, without being disruptive to the team. Inter have someone else arriving so would perhaps not be keen on what is likely to be a high loan fee. Roma I don't know. Arsenal are looking for a central midfield addition in January although there preference is for someone else on a permanent deal - but just perhaps.

Ceballos was watched by Liverpool in the days of Brendan Rodgers.}


1.) 24 Dec 2017 21:29:20
He would fit perfectly in our midfield 8 next season.


2.) 24 Dec 2017 22:56:44
Ron man you were always my favourite poster on Here, recently you been so negative! Enjoy your Christmas, enjoy the dinner, enjoy the wine and please come back to us in January the good ol' Ron because I cannot deal with your negativity!


3.) 25 Dec 2017 08:51:33
Loving the new Ron keep it up and have happy Xmas and new year.


4.) 25 Dec 2017 12:11:18
Maybe both coutinio and can are off in January ed 02. Keitas not coming till the summer so a loan could be an option. I'd prefer we just soldier on with what we've got even if the 2 do go. Llama should be ready to go soon.


5.) 26 Dec 2017 10:37:56
Guys all I did was phrase what Ed002 implied differently.

We stockpile midfielders to a pathological degree and unless we are going to play 8 at once it is totally futile.
Grujic has yet to play a game, Lallana has been injured all season, Woodburn never gets a game, Ejaria seemed to be permanent unused sub last season, Keita is coming, plenty of people plead for a new contract for Can, we’ve just signed Oxlade Chamberlain.

We need defenders!


6.) 26 Dec 2017 14:00:26
So you've named all the midfielders who don't play, not sure how they are relevant as the majority are youngsters trying to establish themselves. That leaves Hendo, wiji, Milner, lallana, can and couts (who both look like leaving) that's not quite 8. so you think him signing on loan til the end of the year would require us to play 8 midfielders? Any excuse to moan these days Ron.


7.) 27 Dec 2017 09:31:12
Agree with Ron. Only 2 of those are youngsters and his response is including the fact that every other thread is about another midfielder we're going to sign. I guess unlike some he is joining up the site as a whole not just viewing each post in isolation. Need is for some better experienced defenders that suit what the club needs. Not another 3-4 midfielders. Personally I'd rather see an out and out natural greedy finisher before see another midfielder.


 

 

31 Aug 2017 01:07:56
few rumours about Thomas muller on loan - lemar to sign next season and muller for this?!

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17 May 2019 13:32:18
Random, but saw the video of Liverpool’s goals this season: my top 5 in no particular order:
Sturridge vs Chelsea - I actually stopped watching at this point and went to the pub, got there and they were analysing the game. Saw the goal and celebrated. got some funny looks.
Salah vs Chelsea - great strike, unstoppable, enough said.
Origi 2nd vs Barca- to timing, the importance and the corner. 😍
Mane 1st bs Bayern - the ball, the touch, then turn and the cool finish. Unbelievable skill.
Mane vs Watford / the backheel goal. What a finish, another assists from Trent, but to even attempt it is one thing, but to get the lift and power, great goal!

Anyone think there should be anything different?
Bobby vs senses closely missed out due to it being Mustafi. also close was ginis lob and mane va united.

Firmane

1.) 17 May 2019 13:44:31
Mane at the Allianz for me, sent everyone the shop for a Toffee Crisp and a can of lilt followed by that finish.


2.) 17 May 2019 13:55:41
Salah vs Bournemouth was our best team goal in my opinion. Mane in behind for Firmino, back heel to Salah and slotted into the bottom corner.

Best individual goal for me is the Firmino run through the Arsenal defence though. His balance and composure was sublime. Doesn't matter who it is against. You sit 3 defenders and the keeper down on your own, and you've done something special!


3.) 17 May 2019 16:28:44
One of the most underrated and forgotten goals was Firmino's at City. The build up and move was as good as anything I have seen but goes under the rader because we lost. Watch it back, great goal! So may great moments throughout the season but when Gini scored his header and our third to draw level with Barca, the drama and emotion took over!


4.) 17 May 2019 17:59:08
Lovern's goal on the half volley.


5.) 17 May 2019 20:39:23
Wolverine, that Lovren goal vs Newcastle is in my top 3 goals of the season for LFC. I mean, the technique, control, ball placement and accuracy on the volley from a CB of all people, is something to behold. As they say in the U. S, Lovs "stepped into" that volley brilliantly.


6.) 17 May 2019 20:40:13
Salah's thunderbolt volley against Chelsea was phenomenal. Completely unexpected and what technique. His goal against Napoli where he left the great Koulibaly frozen in his place, was a beauty too. There are too many others that were equally beautiful (how can you pick out only 5 goals out of 133 scored so far this year? ) .


 

 

15 May 2019 08:24:02
I know at the start of the season Fabinho was struggling to adapt to life in Liverpool, although it didn’t show in his performances, I was just wondering is he happy now? Alisson too, haven’t heard anything about him, I assume he is happy?

I’m getting a bit prematurely worried with all this talent that people are going to come looking for them? In my head, any team in the world would take Van Dijk, is anyone interested? I know it would take a monster fee, but still?

Firmane

1.) 15 May 2019 09:45:01
Who in their right mind would want to leave Klopp?


2.) 15 May 2019 09:49:21
We need to start winning then it won't be as much of a problem. But I do share your worries over VVD, and Salah, Mane. Those 3 for me are irreplaceable.

Fabinho not sure he struggled to adapt to the life more how we play. I don't recall suggestions he was unhappy. What do you mean "it didn't show in his performances" yes it did hence why he never became a regular starter until December. Alisson as you I have heard nothing which must be a good thing.


3.) 15 May 2019 10:26:32
I know the weather doesn't compare to where these players have been before, and maybe there could be a language barrier (but Fabinho was in France and Allison was in Italy) but where these players live - and I'm guessing somewhere like Cheshire - is comparable in quality to anywhere in the world and they'll have plenty nice places around them. I sometimes think we do ourselves down too much 'oop North'

{Ed002's Note - You haven’t travelled much have you?}


4.) 15 May 2019 10:35:54
I have actually Ed002, in fact I've spent a lot of time in places like Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Paris where these players often end up and yes, they are beautiful places but, just like over here, they also have their negative sides. Give me the leafy Cheshire countryside around Wilmslow and Dunham Massey any day rather than somewhere like Paris which I've always thought was a bit of a dump.

{Ed002's Note - Fabinho lived in Monaco, not Paris. Cheshire is not "comparable in quality to anywhere in the world" by any stretch of the imagination.}


5.) 15 May 2019 11:00:20
You know what Ed002, mostly I agree with you but to say that just smacks of mischief making. Cheshire is one of the most affluent parts of the UK and where most of the north west based players choose to live. It's a lovely part of the world and one that most people would be more than happy to live in, if they had the ridiculous amounts of money required to do so. And no, I don't live there myself.

{Ed002's Note - Cheshire is not as "affluent" as whole swathes of the rest of the country - it has pockets of nicer parts where there are some reasonably expensive houses, some of which are lived in by Manchester United and Manchester City players. It is nothing more than that.}


6.) 15 May 2019 11:40:25
Firstly affluence is never and should never be a sign of whether somewhere is a nice place to live. It just means somewhere is fashionable for people with more money than sense.

Secondly, no footballer lives in Cheshire for its beauty. They live there for the money and chance of trophies. Fabinho et al would clearly be more at home in the sun drenched climates of Southern Europe. Nowhere in Brazil is like Cheshire.


7.) 15 May 2019 12:09:37
Get out to places like Tatton Park, Dunham Massey or Lyme Park much Redinthewrongway? I'm no country bore by a long stretch but if you don't think the surrounding areas look like nice places to live - regardless of the affluence bit - then you may need your eyes testing.

{Ed002's Note - This is getting very tedious.}


8.) 15 May 2019 12:59:39
Just to clarify mark, I meant, if he was struggling to settle, or the style of play, it did not affect his performances - meaning on the pitch he was good.


9.) 15 May 2019 13:08:48
Good grief why did I bother reading this entire thread?


10.) 15 May 2019 13:19:02
It's ok Jurgen, next week Ed002 will be visiting Blackpool where Klopp and VVD will be giving him a tour of the sights.

{Ed001's Note - Blackpool I hear is often compared with Monaco, for its balmy climate and being a coastal paradise with a sea full of yachts....}


11.) 15 May 2019 14:27:36
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.


12.) 15 May 2019 15:42:38
I prefer the view out of my boat in Oxfordshire actually. Certainly more affluent round here and with better links, maybe i’ll see if Oxford United can convince Neymar to join by giving him an OS map and waiting for him to fall in love with the place.


13.) 15 May 2019 16:26:49
Great thread😄

Was hoping for a mention of the dead or dying pit ponies lining the streets 😉.


14.) 15 May 2019 21:38:49
The Liverpool docks often remind me of the French Riviera.


 

 

17 Apr 2019 22:52:49
Isn’t it nice being in the champions league, and there being a nail biting 4-3, and it’s not us!

Well done spurs, but I predict city will smash then Saturday now.

Firmane

1.) 17 Apr 2019 23:19:14
Hopefully Pep has a hard time motivating his Euro bottlers!


2.) 17 Apr 2019 23:21:44
I think City will be reeling. Especially with how it played out.
Their whole motivation has been the quadruple and now it’s been snatched away after they thought they’d salvaged it at the death.
If they do come back fighting then fair play but I expect Spurs to get something on Saturday after that.

{Ed0333's Note - imagine waking up tommorow morning and realizing that the night before wasn’t a dream it actually did happen. Hopefully spurs realize they still have a place in the top 4 to cement.


3.) 17 Apr 2019 23:27:11
Tottenham take all three games and they draw to United which condemns United to 5th place. Not at all wishful thinking there.


4.) 17 Apr 2019 23:35:19
Hopefully Pep has a hard time motivating his Euro bottlers!
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Have you seen the game . far from bottlers . or is it language problem.


5.) 17 Apr 2019 23:38:34
Spot on, Beckers. Good luck to Pep trying to get those players ready to go another round vs a Spurs team that is full of confidence while City are in metal and emotional tatters. I think Spurs need to just keep it tight and the longer the games goes on and the more the doubt will creep in. Them the mistakes will happen and Spurs could pounce. I think Spurs will get something from the game, as well.


6.) 17 Apr 2019 23:55:42
Without a doubt Ed. I can’t see Poch allowing them to rest on their laurels.
As good a win as that was they are still outsiders to win the CL and they have a much better chance of top 4 than a CL win.
If anything I can see them bouncing in to that game on Saturday and City the opposite.
Just imagine how flat they will be at training between now and Saturday. The best sports psychologists in the world can’t heal that in 3 days.

{Ed0333's Note - I’ve realised what you’re name is. Becker’s pecker I love it. You’re username not Alison’s Becker’s pecker obviously.


7.) 18 Apr 2019 00:00:46
Im keep saying it. I feel a MASSIVE double coming.

If we beat Barcelona and utd beat city i think we will do it. And our balance is perfect for beating barca. let's not forget, roma beat them last year and we are WAY better than roma.

I can't decide if city going out of the ucl is going to make them more determined to win the league. We will be the team with more games which wasnt predicted.

We are picking up at least one. I can feel it.

What a night for the boys though! Pure class.

{Ed0333's Note - I’m with you fella the doubles on.


8.) 18 Apr 2019 00:01:18
Our front three are finding form at JUST the right time.


9.) 18 Apr 2019 00:08:40
Hopefully it will knock City and destroy the momentum they had.


10.) 18 Apr 2019 00:34:02
Pedantic, but Spurs lost tonight.
I bet no one remembers though.


11.) 18 Apr 2019 12:20:59
I just feel sorry for sterling, poor lad thought he had won it.


12.) 18 Apr 2019 06:28:03
nothing wrong with loving beckers peckers ed0333, we won't judge.

{Ed0333's Note - I know it’s wrong but I’m strangely aroused.


 

 

17 Apr 2019 12:33:44
Hi Ed’s, I know a few years back, we were talking about regular CL attracting a better quality players, or changing our targets slightly.

Does winning the prem or not affect our summer targets? Maybe not positionally, but quality maybe?

Firmane

{Ed002's Note - No. What are you expecting to happen?}


1.) 17 Apr 2019 13:11:43
I’m not sure what you mean ed?

Just when Klopp took over he signed players like matip, mane and gini, who weren’t mostly that highly rated. When we secured CL football we signed vvd, salah and Keita who were much more highly rated. When we got to CL final, we then got Alisson and Fabinho, who I don’t believe we would have achieved if we weren’t consistent top 4.

I was just wondering if our targets would change if we were champions?

{Ed002's Note - They were Klopp's choice. van Dyke arrived as a result of cheating and cost the club far more than they wanted to pay, Keita was incredibly expensive player to sign, trouble and has only had a handful of decent games. Klopp did not want Salah. Fabinho was considered the previous season. I don't see why the targets would suddenly change - where will all of these "marquee" players get in the squad?}


2.) 17 Apr 2019 13:38:12
I wouldn't expect high-end players to say "oh, Liverpool didn't win the league or champions league, they only finished a close 2nd and got to the quarter/ semi/ final, i'm not signing for them". The players don't get retrospective medals when they sign, and nobody knows what will happen next season, so this season's haul shouldn't really matter.

That, and we have a great team and not much need for a raft of world-class superstars.


3.) 17 Apr 2019 13:51:35
I didn’t say there would be a lot of players, nor ‘marquee’, I was just wondering if it changed things at all.

It was just a question ed, I’m sorry I asked.

{Ed002's Note - If you think about it, how likely do you think it is that Liverpool will change the players they are interested in during May when the season is over?}


4.) 17 Apr 2019 14:27:35
We 've been buying at the top shelf for while. Van Dijk, Alisson, fabinho were ready already and not up and comers. These were highly sought players by top clubs.


5.) 17 Apr 2019 14:33:55
Firmane I see your point and my 2 pence worth is:

In what position do we need to strengthen the first team. Other than a number 10 I can't think of anyone. Even then a number 10 May not be a priority and lallana may leave.

We need under study players imo and if that is the case, we can't be spending big or getting big names.

For example. De ligt last night. Would we go in for him. No imo. Why. As we have gomez.

We may need to replace a defender if one leaves and that's it. I can't see any big player signing to sit behind vvd and gomez.

We may need to replace sturridge but once again that may be with a number 10 and a youngster like Brewster.

I can't see us buying big this summer because we don't need to.


6.) 17 Apr 2019 14:33:47
I wasn’t imaging changing as such, but as you have explained before, we scout hundreds of players, I was wondering if it’s like if we win the league, we will go for XYZ and if not we will target so and so.

Thank you for answering the original question, it is appreciated, honestly.

I am not trying to be awkward at all, just the reason I ask is because I don’t know the answer, not because I was to sign messi ronaldo and neymar as squad players.

{Ed002's Note - I would not expect any change of direction if and when the league is won.}


7.) 17 Apr 2019 15:03:12
Thanks ed ❤️.


8.) 17 Apr 2019 16:08:21
Understand what you're saying Ravi but I disagree, we need to be signing players good enough for our first team to push the lads on. We've had a fantastic season regardless of where we finish in the end but only way we can keep momentum running through to next season with players who can either slot into the first team or at least challenge for a place.


9.) 17 Apr 2019 17:48:10
I think in this day and age of agents running (or ruining) the transfer market the profile and more importantly the financial muscle of a club would significantly change the players you can sign.
You might be scouting players thinking you’ve got no chance of signing say a De Ligt but then he sees how you’ve won the CL or PL and wants to be part of that so gets his agent to have a word and hey presto, your transfer targets have changed.
I don’t think winning things would particularly change who the club actively scouts but it surely would change players attitudes towards joining you? Then they have their agents to do the rest.
I might be way off but that seems to make sense to me 🤷‍♂️.


 

 

14 Apr 2019 19:05:57
It sounds petty when we just played so well, but why couldn’t we do that versus Everton or united? The passion today wasn’t there that day, which is strange versus two rivals!

Firmane

1.) 14 Apr 2019 19:24:49
completely different when you are playing your biggest rivals.


2.) 14 Apr 2019 19:39:03
Firmane, you are dead right - it is petty. And churlish and unnecessary. As they say in these parts - give your head a wobble lad.


3.) 14 Apr 2019 20:44:04
It is different yes, but the desire to win was there today, and I’m just wondering why it didn’t seem to be as much then. If you’re From ‘those parts’ shouldn’t the desire be there as much if not more versus Everton?


4.) 14 Apr 2019 20:55:45
The desire is there for these players to win every game, they have been top 2 all season and going for the title. Sometimes it just does not work out on the day, that is the nature of sport.


5.) 14 Apr 2019 20:57:31
I think the desire to win is always there under klopp but there’s other factors that come into play like tiredness referees decision and the opposition Playing better than you. You have to look at every game differently.


6.) 14 Apr 2019 20:58:27
Two different scenarios, United and Everton were arguably must not lose at the time. Today, as per last few weeks were must win. Hindsight is a wonderful thing.


7.) 14 Apr 2019 21:02:25
The difference is the motivation of the opposition and the crowd imo you talk of two away games to rivals who hate us and would do anything to stop us on this title run. Today we played a team who are only half motivated and who have 0 extra motivation to stop us and we were at home.


8.) 14 Apr 2019 21:06:01
Firmane, you are completely wrong about this team having a lack of desire in those 2 games. They drew both games, it happens, stop looking for negatives to have a go at a tremendous football team having a tremendous season. Why not just acknowledge their brilliance and desire in amassing 85 points with 4 games still to play?


9.) 14 Apr 2019 21:38:01
This team earns 97 pts and finishes 2nd to city, i hope to god people on here aren't stupid enough to criticise them.


10.) 14 Apr 2019 22:33:28
unfortunately they will do Little Naby . Heck some of them will criticise even if we topped it . its human nature to some and part of their excitement and happiness .
I don't think we'll finish second.


11.) 14 Apr 2019 22:50:41
To the original poster, do you realise that LFC have only lost one EPL match this whole season? Put that in your sock and smoke it.


12.) 14 Apr 2019 23:03:05
The only team we haven’t beaten this season is Man City.

1st of June - it’s ON! 🏆.


13.) 15 Apr 2019 01:00:27
Jesus you guys do all jump on the bandwagon 😂 I know it’s all good, I’m proud of this team, today was excellent!


14.) 15 Apr 2019 07:36:02
Lol. I understand the pushback from the rest of the posters, but also understand your initial point Firmane. We were top of the table at that time and had a lead of a few points vs now every point dropped could be consequential.
That said, we may have dropped points again Fulham / So'ton as well. It's just that we got what we wanted to get in these games but couldn't against Everton / United.

Also think with Trent and Robbo back on both wings our attacking potency is at another level. If I am not wrong, at least one of them was missing for the games against United / Everton.

Couldn't be more proud of this squad, and love the attitude of the lads - they are enjoying themselves instead of succumbing to pressure, which is amazing to see.


15.) 15 Apr 2019 12:53:28
I feel finally 34 games in this team has earned the right to not be questioned about desire, fight, hunger or anything else people try to accuse. They've shown so many times that they will fight right to the end. And just look at how much it means to each of them when we score and at the end of games. Their desire can never ever be questioned, klopp doesn't trust guys like that. You're either all in or you're out. Everybody works for each other. Salah and mane are attacking royalty but we see them busting a nut to get back and help defend when need. We have 3 top class attackers who work off the ball and will never be seen showing laziness. A truly unique trio.


16.) 15 Apr 2019 18:59:38
You're right, Firmane. It is indeed petty.


 

 

 

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18 May 2019 23:54:35
Isn’t the club World Cup one of those things that you probably don’t want to play in. going half way across the world for 2 weeks in the middle of the season for a bunch o friendly games.

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17 May 2019 00:12:37
I think he’s teasing you - mane, plus the rest of the squad are off to Madrid next week!

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09 May 2019 17:46:03
Milner offers more than on the pitch, if he is happier not playing as much, he should stay. Can cover fullbacks as well. Know won’t let us down, role model, vice captain, plus with Keita and ox having regular injuries this year, he may be needed more than we think.

Games like Tuesday, I’d rather Milner than Keita as it stands.

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28 Apr 2019 20:09:57
Fabinho and Trent wouldn’t play the same role?

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

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18 May 2019 18:11:45
I have seen very little of Brewster but don’t think he’s an arial threat, he’s not big or that strong. Quick enough, good finisher.

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18 May 2019 18:10:41
‘The third best team in terms of numbers’ 😂.

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18 May 2019 12:01:57
Son would cost more than Coutinho was.

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17 May 2019 13:03:32
Spurs are better without Kane, hope he plays.

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17 May 2019 13:02:43
Ed, not every team can say they are a player short, come on! United can say they were a left back, right back, two centre backs, a leader, a defensive midfielder, and attacking midfielder, a goal scorer, a right winger, a manager, a DoF and a chairman short. Don’t see them moaning.

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{Ed001's Note - fair point.}