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17 Jan 2014 20:02:18
Not Liverpool related but just heard that Paul ince has been sacked from Blackpool.

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07 May 2019 23:41:55
Would love to see the headline tomorrow, Who put that divvy upfront!

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Greggers

 

 

07 May 2019 09:17:45
Should we miss out despite amassing 97 points we cannot be anything but proud of the efforts of the team. To put it into context we actually will have bettered City's results against the 18 other teams in the league but effectively lost out in a head to head battle with City. A 2-1 aggregate loss may be the difference. If it comes down to that we just have to hold our hands up and accept they deserved it.

Saying all that here's to a 1-1 draw with Brighton last game and the Ox fires a last minute winner against Wolves!

Cheers.

Greggers

1.) 07 May 2019 10:04:52
If it comes down to that then you have to say City have deserved it.


2.) 07 May 2019 10:11:34
City would have won 18 out of their last 19 games, if they do that then they deserve it.


3.) 07 May 2019 10:48:56
Big if Ron, they won't do it.


4.) 07 May 2019 11:19:09
Very hard now Salah mate, I had more hopes on teams like spurs Burnley and Leicester. Brighton aren't good attacking or defending, city w/ their quality and knowing what is at stake? Can't see them slipping 😕.


5.) 07 May 2019 11:25:05
Spot on, Ron. If you win all but one of your games in the second half of a season then bravo to you. Having said that and as Salah said, City still have to go win that Brighton game and judging how panicked they were vs LC and had Kompany not scored a near worldie, they don't win that game and in fact, they lose it in the back end, IMO cos LC played a blinder of a game. We shall see.


6.) 07 May 2019 12:51:38
Is Salah Ron in disguise?

Irrepressible optimism like Ron always had - but seems to have a bit less these days.

I am wishing for a miracle at Brighton on Sunday, but it's probably wishful thinking.

Remember, we need 3 points too!

Also, I hope the atmosphere tonight is absolutely electric, and our fans don't really believe we will win, and be less vocal.

I will be screaming my tonsils out at Anfield.


7.) 07 May 2019 13:33:39
Kopitef I know mate, I agree it isn't looking good but I just really think City will drop points. Right now, all we can do is hope. What a season though, my god what a season. I'm going to be so proud when I see us lifting the trophy. :) believe.


8.) 07 May 2019 14:28:40
KBL - no Salah is aoe and vice-versa 😉.


9.) 07 May 2019 14:42:03
Sorry salah mate, can’t follow you on this one for once, i think Leicester were our last real chance, it’s not about believing at this point, I want to, but they are just a machine with teams too frightened to play them. They’ll nervously ask questions until eventually something will give and they’ll creep over the line. It’s extraordinary what’s happened between both clubs, because had any of the teams trying for cl football played with any semblance of their ability, I sincerely doubt the league would be looking as impressive as it is for either of us. I’ve never seen so many teams do everything to screw themselves up and unfortunately city will likely reap the benefits. I’m not bitter and I’m not applauding failure but I’m also not arrogant to expect things because of our great history. I’m genuinely delighted we’ve had the season we’ve had and look forward to competing under klopp the next few years, regardless of who goes or stays. For the first time in a quarter of a century we aren’t rebuilding. We’ve bought impressively (especially in this insane market) have a young enough team, and look to be doing business (a little) better off the field. For now, I’ll hope for something on the last day but that’s about as far as I can go.


10.) 07 May 2019 15:07:52
Let's hope you're right the Salah mate. Praying for that 🙏.


 

 

27 Feb 2019 08:50:44
Lucky enough to be going to the game tonight. Really looking forward to this one. Recent indifferent performances and results aside, I think we can all be proud of the teams achievements this season in the league to date. Let's all get behind the team and play our part in hopefully bringing success come the end of the season. The frustrations of the United game are understandable and I get why people worry about our current form compared to city's but, in the words of van wilder, worrying is like a rocking chair, gives you something to do but doesn't get you anywhere. Let's try and enjoy the ride.

Cheers.

Greggers

1.) 27 Feb 2019 10:40:28
After all the negative, defeatist nonsense posted on this site following the Man United game, I was delighted to read these words from Jürgen Klopp on the LFC website, thanking the Liverpool fans who were at Old Trafford :

“H
owever, at Old Trafford, because of the layout of the stadium, to perform the media duties I have to walk pitchside after the game and up into their main stand to attend the post-game press conference.

“On Sunday, presumably because our fans were held back by the authorities, as I was doing this walk all our supporters were still in the away section. I always think after the game it is our responsibility to thank them, not the other way round, but I loved the reception they gave. Thank you.

“More importantly I loved the message they were sending. They were on the front foot. Our supporters were full of positivity for our position. I will be the first to admit we had not quite given them the performance we had all hoped for over the entire 90 minutes – but there were circumstances around this and our supporters are knowledgeable and appreciative of the desire and the effort.

“There was also a defiance in them that I really love. They were shoulders back, chest out and proud of what we do together. Absolutely the attitude and mentality we all need. I saw and I heard the passion and it filled me with belief and all I could think is ‘We are Liverpool’ and that’s all that matters. ”

Proper supporters, proper way to behave. Moaners take note please.


2.) 27 Feb 2019 11:53:22
Well said that man!


3.) 27 Feb 2019 12:18:01
Enjoy the game Greg.

When Ed001 says it was the worst performance of the season and if we continue to play like that we won't win anything. It seems an obvious statement to make although I think we have been slighting worse in some cup games. Everybody agrees with him.

When a poster says that performance is crap and we must improve or we are in trouble and won't win anything. Those posters get told they are just moaners and not supporters.

When we are crap like v Man U say so, when we play well and deserve to win like v Bournemouth also say so. We must improve tonight and I believe a change in personel and system will bring about a victory.

I think Mane, Keita, Trent will all step up and have really good games. 3-1 Liverpool.


4.) 27 Feb 2019 13:02:45
We’re always kept back at Old Trafford after the match. At times, I’ve been sat there for an hour or so before they let us out, it’s usually around 45mins.


5.) 27 Feb 2019 13:17:31
I have seen some of those on youtube - great scenes after some matches there. I have only been a couple of times to OT, one I remember fa cup we got beat in last minute but they let us all out together.


6.) 27 Feb 2019 16:35:27
Markp.
Love you for that reply! Top top post!


7.) 27 Feb 2019 18:29:14
Top man, our Jurgen. The away fans have always been brilliant wherever we go cos sometimes, I can hear them singing their lungs out thru the TV and man, they can be loud. Hopefully, the fans at Anfield can bring the noise tonight cos we are going to need them to bring the boys over the line tonight.


 

 

15 Jan 2019 14:54:54
Seriously not picking another Liverpool player in defence in fantasy team. Had Gomez, replaced him with Lovren then changed him for TAA. Will have to find space for another city defender given my current record!

Cheers.

Greggers

1.) 15 Jan 2019 15:14:23
I literally did exactky the same, only I just swapped Trent for Matip 👀.


2.) 15 Jan 2019 15:36:36
Robbo is the top-scoring defender. You obviously just make bad choices! ;)


3.) 15 Jan 2019 17:05:39
I swear Greggers, you keep Robbo out of your team! 😉😂.


4.) 15 Jan 2019 18:15:19
I avoid picking Liverpool players at all, if I pick them they get injured or don’t score points. People think I’m mental but refuse to risk it.

{Ed025's Note - nutty as a squirrel,s fart if you ask me WYred.. :)


5.) 15 Jan 2019 19:53:08
I haven’t had a red in my team for 2 years so not to jinx them. Filled with mancs city spurs arsenal Chelsea players👍 . The winner of our league gets about £700 quid too😢😢.


 

 

04 Oct 2018 16:42:58
The type of strapping on Salah's shoulder looks like leukotape with hypafix which is primarily used for stabilisation as it is a pretty rigid tape. Completely different to widely used modern K-tape. The position of the tape would likely indicate a requirement to stabilise the AC joint. This joint can commonly sublux (partial dislocation) or separate on falling or impact such as tackling in rugby. There could also be the case that the player is requesting the tape for a feeling of security when there is not in fact a clinical reason to apply it. If this is the case then we can safely say that Salah has not psychologically overcome the injury. If the tape is necessary it clearly has its benefits at stabilising the AC ligament or possibly retracting the shoulder to help inhibit muscles at the front of the shoulder to stop the shoulder being pulled forwards. The negative impact would come from a sensory point of view. With the tape being quite rigid in nature it may slightly restrict movement but also Salah will be able to feel the tape on shoulder movement. This could potentially lead to abnormal movements of the shoulder due to altered sensory cues received from the feeling of the tape. In this case the position of the tape could potentially encourage elevation (shrugging) of the left shoulder which could greatly effect balance.
If there is no clinical evidence of joint instability at this stage I would question the necessity of the strapping and whether it is potentially having more detrimental affects.

Cheers.

Greggers

1.) 04 Oct 2018 21:59:27
Great post.
I would be tempted to rip it off him, slap him on the arse and say “there ya go, you don’t need that, now go score me a goal”.


2.) 04 Oct 2018 22:10:25
What’s this? An intelligent and well informed post? Take your devils scripture to another website please greggers! 😉.


3.) 04 Oct 2018 22:35:46
Good info greggers. When I was younger I hurt my ankle pretty badly. I had it taped and it was very restrictive however psychologically it helped me a great deal. It was like a safety blanket for me. I can see however how it would work in the opposite direction.


4.) 04 Oct 2018 23:40:51
I swear it was salahs right shoulder that was injured. The picture shows his left shoulder with tape. Apologies if i've got confused its been a long dag.


5.) 05 Oct 2018 10:44:24
the psychological part of the recovery is often not thought of by fans. and especially as it's his shoulder it can be easy to minimize the impact on his game. I don't want to make excuses for salah but he just seems like he is missing something, and at that elite level it is fine margins that make a big difference.

whatever it is hope that he is wokring through and gets back to his best soon!


6.) 05 Oct 2018 10:55:58
You took the words right out of my mouth, greggers.


7.) 06 Oct 2018 08:11:42
All I’ll say is playing him when he’s struggling will not help him psychologically.
The poor lad was thrashed last season and it culminated in an awful champions league final where he got a bad injury. Then he was rushed back for an awful World Cup.

Give him a proper rest. Give him a holiday. Work on his rehab (physically and mentally) and then bring him back gradually.
I’d rather have half a season of a fully firing Salah than a full season of a struggling Salah.


 

 

 

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16 Jun 2019 14:14:38
Any chance of a Keita like deal, or is pepe moving this summer?

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Greggers

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02 Jun 2018 23:53:31
Thanks for the reply Ed. I also hope that the rumour is true and that we actually comply with correct procedures to ensure we don’t fall foul of any further breaches of legislation that may impose serious sanctions on the club.

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02 Jun 2018 23:18:14
Let’s be honest Liverpool and standard transfer protocol is hardly a match made in heaven. Just for clarification I’m assuming the club has still not made direct contact with Lyon?

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Greggers

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17 May 2018 23:14:31
That should see us through the bore-fest at is this weekend!

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Greggers

 

 

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26 Aug 2017 11:27:56
It's my birthday Tuesday, here's hoping for a really good present not one of those you pretend to like just to be polite but secretly are hugely disappointed with.

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Greggers

 

 

 

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01 Sep 2019 00:02:41
Actually think Barnes is a decent player. Better than he often comes across. I suspect either team tactics or direct instruction dictate some of the negative aspects of his game. I don’t really buy into the whole being overly physical is what makes him the player he is. If anything it could be holding him back. Definitely better than wood alongside him.

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Greggers

 

 

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20 Aug 2019 23:03:41
Surely champion.

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Greggers

 

 

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10 Aug 2019 09:33:15
Ed are you saying he is the sequel to Djimi Traore?

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Greggers

{Ed025's Note - not as good as djimi greggers..


 

 

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10 Aug 2019 08:55:16
Mixed bag for Origi for me. At times direct, pacey and a real threat but then others clumsy and awkward. There was a period in the second half he looked like he was trying to play pin the tail on the donkey whilst taking a liking for the artificial grass just off the pitch.

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Greggers

{Ed025's Note -origi is bambi on ice greggers..


 

 

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09 Aug 2019 23:32:55
I tore my calf last year and when it happened thought someone had kicked me. I would be surprised if it’s an achilles given he could walk off. If a calf injury probably looking at anywhere from 2-8 weeks depending on severity. If an achilles rupture, then surgery and about 6 months. Here’s hoping for the first option 🤞.

Greggers

{Ed0333's Note - Lets just hope it’s all an early April fools joke and he’s in goal again for the next game