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Best team moment: Dirk Kuyt\'s chesting the boal from right edge of the box to Torres. Can\'t remember if Torres scored, but that movement from Kuyt made me started to love him as a Liv player.


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24 Nov 2019 02:49:36
Hi Ed02. Are Liverpool considering loaning out Brewster?

HaizanMSS

{Ed002's Note - They will have to - otherwise he will leave.}


1.) 24 Nov 2019 11:48:26
rumours of Aston Villa or Crystal Palace interested.
I don't mind where he goes as long as he joins a premier league side and gets some game time.


2.) 24 Nov 2019 12:32:13
ed do you think it will only be premier clubs or do you think there might be the option of a loan abroad. not sure from what I have seen in the few games he has played this year he is up to playing week in week out in the prem yet.

{Ed002's Note - Leeds and Swansea are keen. Crystal Palace want to buy a striker in January and will return to Chalov, if not they will look to a loan of Brewster.}


3.) 24 Nov 2019 13:57:31
I think that Villa would be the best option - Wesley's hardly been pulling up trees. Whereas Ayew has been decent at Palace, Zaha's always going to play, even though he's not had the greatest start to the season.

Leeds already have a loanee striker from Arsenal who's struggling for game time. I'm not particular familiar with Swansea's situation, but if a Premier League team is an option, that should be the priority.

Also, it's only November so I wouldn't be surprised if a few other Prem teams throw their names into the hat.


4.) 24 Nov 2019 17:53:07
Get him to Leeds I reckon.
He’d certainly comeback knowing how to press the opposition.


5.) 24 Nov 2019 20:59:02
do you think he's struggled after the injury to get back to his previous form.

{Ed002's Note - He needs playing time.)


6.) 25 Nov 2019 13:24:19
Agreed, AggerDo. My first thought was "oh, I hope Leeds has interest. that's a great fit for him. "


7.) 25 Nov 2019 20:41:40
Ed002 what do you make of this loan deal? I'm not entirely sure he would get plenty of game time at villa, they spent big on Wesley recently and can't imagine they would not play him, so assuming Aston Villa make an offer LFC they would surley put in some type of % of playing matches clause? Championship might be best till end of season for him maybe that way can guarantee more playing time for the lad.

{Ed002's Note - Either he goes on loan to get game time or he will leave like many of the Liverpool youngsters. Liverpool would expect him to be play but if he goes for 6 months no clauses would help.}


8.) 25 Nov 2019 21:47:32
Crystal Palace would be the perfect fit imo.
Its going to be difficult for anybody to break up our front 3, youngster or not.


 

 

18 Apr 2017 05:39:52
Eds, any recent interests from other clubs on Lucas?

HaizanMSS

{Ed001's Note - since January nothing mate, but I am sure there will be offers in the summer.}


1.) 18 Apr 2017 08:06:46
Really appreciate the reply Ed01. Guess that him leaving is inevitable. Hope that it will be a good move for him.

{Ed001's Note - he will go eventually but his heart kept him here last January, so it is not certain he will leave this summer.}


2.) 18 Apr 2017 09:18:34
Would like to see him given a run of games now, I believe he gives us that little bit that's missing when we play the so called lower teams.


3.) 18 Apr 2017 09:19:33
A true professional who deserves a new contract. Hope he stays.


4.) 18 Apr 2017 10:02:42
Not as a starter but i sure hope he stays as he can be valuable squad player next season when we will have European games (be it cl or europa league)

He is also the longest serving player at the moment and from what i hear is a good influence in the dressing room.


5.) 18 Apr 2017 13:20:35
Agreed. And whether he stays or goes, it'd be nice to see him get a testimonial in the summer.


6.) 18 Apr 2017 15:16:53
Lucas should be given a testimonial and a new 2 year contract. He is still one of the best holding midfielders in the game and can also do a decent job at the back.

Also, he seems to have taken over the Gerrard mantle of settling new players into the club and giving good advice to the youngsters. As a dedicated professional he is also well respected in the dressing room.

For someone who came from another continent at a young age and was asked to change his natural position, he overcame dogs abuse at first to become the best in his position in the country. After a serious injury he has fought back to be a valuable player in the squad. For me, he was MOM in the Derby game, overshadowing the much-vaunted Guaye.

On top of all that, he actually really loves the club and there are not many you can say that about these days.


7.) 18 Apr 2017 19:16:12
Those who slated Lucas through out his time here should forever hang their heads in shame for the way they treated a very good player and a True Red.


8.) 19 Apr 2017 04:51:04
It all changed for him when he cut his hair. hahahaha.


9.) 19 Apr 2017 10:43:35
it changed for torres too when he cut his hair redrooboy.


10.) 19 Apr 2017 14:07:08
Hahahahaha. sure did.


11.) 20 Apr 2017 13:43:35
I know this is difficult to comment on but do the Eds know what his focus is? Seems unlikely he'll be a regular starter but likely he'll be in or around the match day squad. Is that going to fit what he wants to do?

{Ed001's Note - his consideration is playing time, he wants to get as much as possible here. If he is not going to even be around the first team squad, then he would be certain to go. While he is in and around the team, playing an active part, then it becomes very difficult for him to leave, even to a club that can offer him guaranteed first team football every week. Despite the boo boys, Lucas has fallen very much in love with Liverpool, both the club and the city, and is finding it very difficult to leave.}


 

 

 

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04 Feb 2021 10:04:31
After the loss, the post about Allison and his illness a bit down below gave me huge smile on my face. that's hilarious. Thank you so much to whoever Eds that did that.

HaizanMSS

{Ed033's Note - ok thanks.


 

 

07 Oct 2020 07:12:12
Read that Salah helped a homeless man being bullied by some guys on the street. What a guy!

HaizanMSS

1.) 07 Oct 2020 08:33:38
I'll never understand why Salah is so under rated as a player and as a person.

{Ed025's Note - who under rates him as a player or a person MK?, i have heard nothing but praise for the guy as a footballer or his great charity work, i hope this is not another "everybody hates liverpool" cry for praise and attention mate..


2.) 07 Oct 2020 08:27:09
Just a shame that in this day and age and with enough going on in the world that people will still shame the people less fortunate.
Always a circumstance as to why these people need help.
Hopefully the guys/ girls doing the harassing will have a fortunate life where they won’t need the support of a stranger.


3.) 07 Oct 2020 08:48:47
Ed025, yesterday on the radio Jason Cundy said Son Heung-min was a better player.

I must've missed the season Son scored 44 goals, or the season he scored in a Champions league final victory, or his back to back golden boots, or his record tally of Premier League goals in a 38 game season.

I even know Liverpool fans who berate Salah for being greedy just because he is always thinking about scoring goals when he gets into the penalty area. What they fail to realise, is that is why only Messi, Ronaldo and Lewandowski can stack up to his numbers.

{Ed025's Note - anyone who listens to anything jason cundy says deserves everything they get MK the guy is an idiot, salah is an excellent sportsman and the charity work he does especially in egypt is fantastic, as you say his record speaks for itself so why anything a second rate washed up mediocre footballer would say is beyond me mate..


4.) 07 Oct 2020 09:13:40
Did he stand the thugs up in the corner, then cut inside them and lash one in with his left?

{Ed025's Note - love it JM..


5.) 07 Oct 2020 09:18:01
its not that he's underrated on this site its to do with ed002 telling us he wants to leave since his first season

Every club wants passion and loyalty at there club and when you hear someone wants out people will always look to be critical.


6.) 07 Oct 2020 09:36:12
Thing is Ed025, i know you are honest enough to say everything exactly as it is mate. A lot of people dislike Salah though and just can't see past that.

I think a lot of it is down to the media and believe me it is not a Liverpool thing. Mane is lauded in the media (which i think is great) . Salah just seems to get a rough deal.

{Ed025's Note - i have to be honest MK i have never heard anything negative about mo mate, top bloke in my book..


7.) 07 Oct 2020 09:53:38
Top fella indeed. All he's ever done is put 100% in on the pitch and helped the less fortunate as much as he can. If everybody in the world with a bit of money was like him it'd be a different and better place. Unfortunately it's full of greed.

Good on young Trent though apparently he's very similar isn't he and is always putting money into different things.

If Salah wants away from Liverpool in the future then so be it, he's put the maximum effort in on and off the pitch, we can't be tools about it and suddenly not like him for it. Let's just be grateful whilst we have him.


8.) 07 Oct 2020 09:59:11
Ed025, I think it should be some sort of law that Jason Cundy’s is forced to change his name by replacing the ‘d’ with a ‘t’ to reflect his charm and personality. Didn’t he play away from home while his missus had cancer? Charming fella that one.

{Ed025's Note - hes an arsehole 6times and like a lot of these so called "pundits" like to court controversy to get the ratings up mate..


9.) 07 Oct 2020 10:00:07
Salah is a hero at LFC and should be looked at alongside a number of great players we have been lucky enough to watch over the years.


10.) 07 Oct 2020 10:53:42
The fact I have no idea who this Jason bloke is clearly shows he is irrelevant.


11.) 07 Oct 2020 11:43:09
I for one absolutely love Mohamed Salah, My parents lived in Luxor for years doing charity work helping the less fortunate over there so I do have an infinity with his nationality, however a top guy and an exceptional player.

Just me opinion of course.


12.) 07 Oct 2020 15:23:01
Salah and Mane are both fantastic but Son is running them very close now. He’s a joy to watch.


13.) 07 Oct 2020 16:52:13
Ed25, you are spot on. Salah is a model citizen and a huge humanitarian. Same goes for Mane. Who cares what some triggered talkshow host has to say about Salah? He prolly does not know a darn thing about all the work Salah does off the pitch and is just jealous of all the things he does on the pitch so he throws a grenade out there knowing people will bite. We know who Salah is and what he brings. As the great Kobe Bryant once said, "They only hate the great ones".

{Ed025's Note - im a massive fan RM..


14.) 07 Oct 2020 18:32:41
The commentators will still constantly bang on about him diving despite the fact that for at least 18 months, Salah has been totally opposite and tried too hard to stay on his feet.

For example, If Kane is greedy it'll be justified with "that's why he is a great goalscorer" but when Salah is greedy its "there were better options on there".

Another would be if Rashford campaigns for free kids meals "he is a hero", but if Salah campaigns for womens rights it doesn't even get a mention.

If Mane pays for a hospital in Senegal he is branded a Saint, but Salah rebuilds a hospital in Egypt that got bombed and it's all "well it's not like he needs that much money anyway".

I don't know how to explain it but the general attitude towards Salah just seems off to me and i don't want to believe it, but i do wonder if it's racially charged because of the way he looks.


15.) 07 Oct 2020 19:40:59
Spot on, MKS. The media bias is nothing new. Just look at the way they treat a great humanitarian in Mezut Ozil cos he is not doing what they want and leave Arsenal on his own while at the same time, lauding a complete piece of work like Aubameyang.


16.) 08 Oct 2020 03:43:36
Comparing him to son is no insult. The guy is absolutely phenomenal. I don't think there is a million miles in it. Salah is the better player though imo, way better. But son is brilliant.


 

 

01 Sep 2020 22:43:11
Why waste your time Ed01? Come to the movies page, accompany me there. I'm feeling alone there.

HaizanMSS

{Ed001's Note - I would but I haven't had time to sit and watch a film in ages. Every time I put one on now I fall asleep!}


1.) 02 Sep 2020 09:00:47
I didn’t realise we had a movies page, i’m a huge Cinephile myself. Can someone please give me the link?

{Ed001's Note - the link should be in the list of sites at the top of the page, but here is the link as well to help you.}


 

 

29 Aug 2020 16:04:09
Hi Eds. I just saw Grujic in the lineup for today's match. Does that mean he have his WP?

HaizanMSS

{Ed001's Note - must have or we are going to be in trouble.}


1.) 29 Aug 2020 17:19:27
Isn’t it that his current WP is based on promises we made about playing time? Or are they annual?

{Ed001's Note - you have to renew them. Not sure when his would expire though, so maybe he has time left on it.}


 

 

22 Jul 2020 05:57:00
Hi Ed01.

Not Liverpool related at all. Would like to ask your opinion on having strikers/ forwards as a captain of a team. What's your take of the idea, generally?

My thinking isn't based on knowledge at all, but I feel forwards are not suited to be a captain solely because of the role/ position they are playing. Maybe a midfield (not attacking but central, or defensive) or a defender is better.

Watched a few games of teams that are having strikers as their captain. Recently was last night's game; Aubameyang. I couldn't see much of him leading others, though he did fall back on numerous occasions to help with the defense. The other was Deeney, which I felt similar as well.

Thanks Ed01.

HaizanMSS

{Ed001's Note - I don't like it as a general rule, though I think Deeney's case is a special one as he is very much the team leader. Imo it should be a centre-back, who can see all the play in front of him or central midfielder, who is right in the middle of it all and can drive the team on.

Aubameyang has been given it because he is a bit of a knob and they are trying to keep him in check. Terrible choice as he is no leader. He contributes nothing to the team unless scoring goals. Kane is a bit better, when he gets over his golden boot obsession he is a decent leader, but he just plays in the wrong place to be the best choice. The problem is that being a good striker requires selfishness, being a good leader requires the exact opposite.}


1.) 22 Jul 2020 08:58:52
Appreciate it, Ed01.

{Ed001's Note - welcome mate.}


2.) 22 Jul 2020 10:09:31
Interesting input Ed001.

Who would you rate as the top football captains of all time? Not necessarily in terms of their football ability, but in terms of their leadership?

Red Sandman.

{Ed001's Note - oh god that's difficult! In the old days there were so many, they have become rarer over the years as players have become more and more idolised and self-centred. The likes of Steve Bruce when he was at Man Utd would have to be in there though.}


3.) 22 Jul 2020 10:24:26
Very good way of putting it Ed1.

{Ed001's Note - cheers mate.}


4.) 22 Jul 2020 11:56:16
In fairness Bruce was a excellent captain.


5.) 22 Jul 2020 11:55:13
Being a good striker requires selfishness. Being a good leader requires selflessness. Sorry Ed01, I just had to put my two cents worth on that beautiful quote of yours.

{Ed001's Note - that is the better way of saying it.}


6.) 22 Jul 2020 12:10:17
John Terry, Roy Keane, kompany, Tony Adams for me were the best leaders in terms of captain ability in the premier league, Jordan Henderson this year has proved he has that trait but needs to sustain that role for a few more years to match the others for premier league era best captains.


7.) 22 Jul 2020 12:29:45
I can remember being at Highbury on a free ticket and my older bro telling me about Adams and when he spoke to the whole ground could hear him, as a young lad with footballing aspirations myself it was amazing to see. Took that on in my later years of playing and coaching the youth teams. Be heard but be constructive.


8.) 22 Jul 2020 13:46:50
Where would you rank Stevie G in the list of great captains, Ed001?

He certainly inspired others, but he did seem to have a selfish side to him (always taking long shots, stories of him and Carra wanting input into transfers and team selection etc. )

Red Sandman.

{Ed001's Note - I wouldn't have him down as a great captain. He drove players away, influenced team selection and transfer policy in a negative way, all stuff a great captain shouldn't do. He was a good captain but no more than that. Great players are not always the best choice for a captain's role.}


9.) 22 Jul 2020 13:54:49
Carragher would have been a better captain than Gerrard.


10.) 22 Jul 2020 14:52:05
I'm not so sure. the spitting incident turned me off. Ed, do you know what carragher is like off the field?

{Ed001's Note - I only know what he was like in the earlier days of his time. His family are from the next street and that like, but I didn't really know them, but my great-uncle sometimes drank in their pub after it stopped being a bluenose place. He always seemed a nice lad on those times I spoke to him in Sullys though and was very happy to talk footie for hours.

He probably would have been a better on-field captain than Gerrard, in a lot of ways he did do the shouting and talking Gerrard probably should have but he was far too deferential to Gerrard off the pitch. The pair of them were too pally and created a clique that should not have existed. They made it a bit too much them and others at times. I am not convinced either of them were the right man because of that. A captain needs to be able to put his personal feelings aside and act for the good of the team, Carragher was probably a bit too emotional to do that. He would react to circumstances far too irrationally, such as throwing the coin back at Arsenal.}


11.) 22 Jul 2020 18:34:20
I liked hypia as captain. And I think Henderson has to be considered. Its his mentality that makes him such a great player and captain.


 

 

 

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06 Sep 2020 11:58:48
Thanks a lot Ed02 for clearing it up.

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06 Sep 2020 02:36:16
I think I read it somewhere, that one of the role of an agent is to look for clubs to sign the player they represent, regardless the player himself asked for it or not. Then bring it forward to the player, and then see whether the player wants it or not. It's one of the way for them to get their pay/ bonus/ allowance. If I'm wrong, please correct me.

So if Mane's agent is actively discussing with other clubs, that doesn't necessarily mean it is something that Mane himself wants, at least not yet.

In the end, as with all previous players that left Liverpool, I still believe the team will do fine if lose yet another star player. Liverpool will produce another one. They always do.

HaizanMSS

{Ed002's Note - Typically agents do not specifically offer players to other clubs without discussing the matter with the plkayers.}


 

 

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06 Feb 2020 13:04:01
The best is always to search first, OP.

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27 Jan 2020 11:26:53
Players come and go.

Remember the feeling and emotion, and the arguments when Torres left? Or Coutinho? Or maybe some others? Few came in after, some even doubted by some supporters. And now we are top of the league.

I am with others here. I really hope it'll be the same team for next season, maybe some additions. But if someone leaves, and Klopp is still here, I think I am okay with that. I am sure he'll know what he needs to do.

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07 Dec 2019 06:50:18
There's a few clubs in Malaysia wearing Nike kits, if I'm not mistaken. Maybe Mbappe will end up in one of these clubs, maybe.

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01 Apr 2021 06:23:57
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think Keita wasnt that injury prone when he was at RBL.

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{Ed077's Note - wasnt when you agreed the move. Maybe him becoming a big time Charlie might have affected his commitment and thus fitness?}


 

 

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10 Mar 2021 03:59:31
That is one thing I always thought about. So many things are happening, some we know, some we didnt. And maybe these things are affecting them players and the manager hence the bad form. Me, I just lost my job and it's affecting me mentally really bad.

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25 Feb 2021 02:15:26
Its always best for most of things to start afresh.

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16 Feb 2021 11:48:20
Even in defence, he still make those lovely long passes. Maybe he can even do more of those if he is in midfield.

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01 Feb 2021 23:27:43
He seems a bit inconsistent for me, but definitely good when he is on form. I agree, he seems like a better option than Minamino, and I actually kinda like Minamino.

Welcome to our new 19 and 28!

HaizanMSS