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28 Nov 2019 10:44:25
Is Keita injured again or is he just not getting in the squad. If he’s not injured then is that the writing on the wall for him as Shaq and Lallana are being ed ahead of him in the squad and both them are rumoured to be on the way out

JK23

1.) 28 Nov 2019 20:43:55
He be gone in the summer.


2.) 29 Nov 2019 01:00:25
I've heard illness kept him out this week and he's previously been struggling with shaking off recent injuries, . Of course these are often excuses used to detract from other issues but let's not write him off yet as we've seen many examples of players turning things around. Fabinho, OX, matip, Origi, Henderson all spent periods where our fan base gave absolutely no support or backing of them having an LFC future.

Keita is still only in his early 20s and has proved he has great talent.

Before his injury vs Barcelona he had flourished with confidence for 5 or 6 games as a regular starter scoring 3 goals and a couple of assists. He was rushed back and clearly unfit for international duty in the summer and his return to full fitness seems very frustrating but he's still young, has huge potential, on a long contract and a manager who will be the perfect judge of his worth to this team.

Unless he's a bad egg personality wise let's not give up on him just yet.


3.) 29 Nov 2019 03:36:03
He's ill I believe.


4.) 29 Nov 2019 04:08:20
He is ill.


5.) 29 Nov 2019 15:33:14
Guess what? ill is not good enough I would rather curtis Jones was in the squad, keita is a fraud who performs when he thinks is suitable, we need warriors and he is a tranny sorry its harsh but he is not contributing nowhere near enough .


6.) 29 Nov 2019 17:48:20
Literally made a profile to just ask for what you base the above opinion on hailstones? I understand if there were some substances involved.


7.) 29 Nov 2019 21:16:44
On the evidence provided from his time at the club, also info the Ed's have shared about him, its harsh but wat has he contributed and has he showed fight an desire on the pitch no he hasn't . I want too be wrong big time as I love the player we were signing but that player has evaporated into an average joe, you only have too look at Fabihno too know wat i am on about . Was not trusted at first went away got his game together an BINGO! same with Robertson.


8.) 30 Nov 2019 09:40:39
He’s shown glimpses and due to injury and the form of others hasn’t really been given an extended run to show what he can do. What he’s shown in training and as a professional off the pitch is another question.


9.) 01 Dec 2019 10:42:23
Interested to what you mean by "Tranny" Hailstones? I can't really take any criticism of a player if you're going for a pretty transphobic insult.

In terms of what you're saying about Fabinho / Robertson, the difference for them is that they were injury free for a sustained period so they could be integrated into the team, while for whatever reason Keita was picking up niggly injuries.

Sure I get he has been disappointing, but to call him a "Tranny" is pretty childish and insulting to be honest.


 

 

05 Apr 2019 13:11:20
Is there any rumour on Keita. Is he still very much in Klopps plans for next season and is this season just being written off as a bedding in period? I’m by no means suggesting that we get rid as I really want this guy to succeed and he was probably the player I was most looking forward to seeing this season. This is simply a query as you know what the rumour mill is like suggesting Klopp might look to sell back to Germany with Bayern / Dortmund linked.

JK23

1.) 05 Apr 2019 13:29:17
Ed001 answered a similar question below.


2.) 05 Apr 2019 22:35:40
Scored tonight. classic post.


3.) 06 Apr 2019 00:34:03
There is a rumour that Keita scored against Southampton.


4.) 06 Apr 2019 03:43:16
Please post on every match talking about the rumour departure of Naby.
We need you jk23.


5.) 06 Apr 2019 07:08:17
Well Naby did score today so hopefully this is the trigger he needs to finally kickstart his LFC career. He deserves one more season before we start thinking about possible destinations for him.


 

 

15 Aug 2018 15:56:12
Mignolet’s agent in talks with Napoli apparently. If he does go then all the best to him.

JK23

{Ed002's Note - Napoli want one of David Ospina or Simon Mignolet. Besiktas want one of Loris Karius, Ospina or Mignolet. Mignolet was priced out of a move to Fenerbahce. If Liverpool were to drop their demands for a loan fee for Karius, I suspect something could be done.}


1.) 15 Aug 2018 17:17:08
Currently in talks with Arsenal fro Ospina so that option looks dead in water. I think we will be stuck with him until at least January now.


2.) 15 Aug 2018 17:17:08
Cheers Ed002. A fountain of knowledge as per usual.


3.) 15 Aug 2018 17:52:35
Spot on Ed as usual with your info. You explained both Karius and Mignolet could well leave in August. I have to say though I thought Karius would stay. Kids not ready to be back up imo.

{Ed002's Note - He should have moved at the first opportunity. Staying at the club puts him in an untenable situation but I would not put it beyond Klopp to force him to stay.}


4.) 15 Aug 2018 18:51:54
He does want to leave then Ed? Was at Anfield on sunday and he seemed happy enough in the warm up, even signed a few programmes. Shame really.

{Ed002's Note - His position is completely untenable.}


5.) 15 Aug 2018 19:37:45
Do you mean untenable within the club? Certainly the fans would be happy for him to stay as a number 2.

{Ed002's Note - You must have a very short memory.}


6.) 15 Aug 2018 20:33:42
While there are some cretins, I think the ovation he received on his Anfield return speaks volumes to how the real fans feel about him.


7.) 15 Aug 2018 20:53:43
Everyone’s entitled to their opinion. At this stage I’d be happy for Karius to go and prove himself elsewhere and Migs to stay as reserve. 👍🏻.


8.) 15 Aug 2018 21:22:47
Saying ‘He should have moved at the first opportunity’ implies that he has had a chance to move and didn’t take it. Therefore I hardly think we can blame Klopp if he is still at Liverpool when the window closes.

{Ed002's Note - I am sure Klopp is not responsible for anything at all.}


9.) 15 Aug 2018 22:54:59
Actually I think it is fair to blame Klopp for the goalkeeper situation at the club, it has been a shambles for some time. Mignolet and Karius were told they were no1 keeper, then Ward has just wasted a whole year out of his career when it was obvious he needed to go back out on loan for his sake.
Ed02 is right, Karius position is untenable, the vile abuse he and his family has received is despicable. Any mistake Karius made this season would have been magnified and the pressure he would have felt at away grounds would have been too great.
However i do not understand why Liverpool put crazy prices on players they clearly do not want, and put off any potential suitors, surely a more reasonable price to move the goalkeepers on would be beneficial to everybody in the long run.


10.) 17 Aug 2018 10:04:49
*”Karius recieves abuse from some cretins; let’s blame Klopp it must be his fault”

Actually no, it’s the fault of a few mindless persons why Karius will struggle to hold down a role with the club.


11.) 17 Aug 2018 22:09:32
I never said it was Klopps fault for the abuse Karius received, as you rightly say that was down to the cretins. I think he handled the Danny Ward situation poorly. How was Ward going to get game time over Karius and Mignolet, the whole season was wasted for him.
Klopp is doing a brilliant job and bought so well this season, but we are allowed to occasionally criticize him, the goalkeeper situation definitely could have been handled better.


 

 

 

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13 Jul 2020 15:46:47
The reason Man City were so good last season was because they had to be, because we pushed them to that. The reason we have been so good this season is because of the threat of City. I’m glad they are back in CL and I’m sure both teams will continue to push each other. Who wants to watch a league where 1 team dominates even if it is ours. I’d rather see a few teams challenge us so we continue to improve and keep that cutting edge. Having no competition would bore our star players and it would only be a matter of time before they seemed their challenge elsewhere.

JK23

1.) 13 Jul 2020 20:02:09
JK23, City would have still been very competitive next season in the PL, regardless of whether they got banned next season or not.
IMO, I don't think we saw City as a threat this season. In fact, the contrary. Do you remember when both teams were losing at Villa and City were losing to the Saints at home? You remember how Pep was was losing his scalp on the touchline hoping we would lose? Then, he lied saying he was not keeping track of the game whereas we could all see that he was via his assistants?
City were terrified of us all season cos we were in their heads even from last season.

IMO, They saw how we matched them toe-to-toe last season and like a keenly contested boxing match, City won on a split decision. The Rematch tho? Did not go the distance cos they just could not match what we were bringing and the ref had to stop the fight midway thru. Just my take.


2.) 13 Jul 2020 21:24:03
City were a big threat this season, our biggest in the Premiership. Not sure how you can compare boxing to football as City and Liverpool only faced each other twice, and had no direct influence on each other's results before and after that.


3.) 13 Jul 2020 21:48:34
If City had received a European ban, the collective wisdom was that they’d be stronger in the Premiership anyway with more rest.
They’ll probably spend another £100 -150 million on players now in any case, so expect them to be the main challengers again.
Barney Ronay wrote a decent piece in The Guardian about the CAS case, old money v new money / privilege and wealth v privilege and wealth.
I don’t know how it’s come to this, it used to be the people’s game.


4.) 13 Jul 2020 23:25:48
FlashTheRed, everyone and his dog knew that this season (and last season) was going to be a mano y mano heavyweight fight for the PL title btw us and City and we did not have to play each other directly for 38 games in order for the boxing analogy to be used.

We were in a direct fight with City every week where we had to return blow for blow, win for win on a weekly basis. LFC bravely went toe-to-toe with City last season and they won via a point on the scorecards after all 38 rounds.

This season however never had a chance of going the distance again cos we brought that fire of determination, relentless energy and desire and City could not respond blow for blow. If you can't understand the boxing analogy then, that is up to you but don't make it sound like it is unheard of when talking football.


5.) 13 Jul 2020 23:57:08
I think it's very tricky trying to gauge how Man City will do next season. A lot will depend on how they do at the Champions league next month; whether they win it or not. Let's not forget this is the competition Guardiola was brought in to win 3 years ago, and he hasn't delivered on that yet.

And I have no idea if he'll stay if he doesn't win it, beyond this summer. If he's still there it will be his fourth season in 20/ 21, and I expect him to leave next summer; he usually leaves after 4 years and history does repeat itself. On paper they look like an unbeatable side; no doubts about it.

But the whispers of "some old legs" needing replacing or refreshing, and uncertainty of Pep's situation, could play into the minds of the players. I don't think he has lost 9 games in a season in any league anywhere before. Many will say that the owners will just "splash the cash" or "buy the league" but it's not as easy as that.


6.) 14 Jul 2020 01:22:43
City will without doubt be there abouts. How can you doubt it? They play such nice football, totally dominant. We are better defensively but they will be there. A tough adversary. It is amazing that we beat them and by so much. We have one of the best teams the league has seen. On top song they are as good as there's ever been, and they're consistent. City are capable of 100 points and we need to be too.


7.) 14 Jul 2020 11:48:56
For me, City are a formidable foe, no doubt. I expect them to be right there. Remember majority of the football media and pundits picked City over us under the premise of them not seeing us push City as much as we did last season esp. since we signed next to no one in the summer. I guess that worked for them, right? JK.
IMO, majority will pick them again due to them getting the ban thrown out and whatever signings they make which we cannot match. N that is okay

I will say that City have issues of their own as in defensive issues, Pep's inability to play a different way and make them tougher to beat, mental weaknesses and lapses and how these new players will fit in and how they replace the aging part of their squad.

LFC have no such issues, IMO. We are a well oiled machine and have been together for the most part of 4 years now. We are tougher, mentally stronger and nastier than City are. Will that make us win the PL next season? I don't know. Will we be there or there-abouts? Absolutely. Just my take.


8.) 14 Jul 2020 12:40:22
Red Meister, this is a fair and accurate assessment of next season but I would say playing behind closed doors without fans is going to throw up some odd results as has been proven over this past 5 weeks
Chelsea will improve and The Mancs will improve, that’s the top four right there, in which order I’m not sure?
My call would be:

1st Man City
2nd Liverpool
3rd Man Utd
4th Chelsea

Liverpool to win the Champo League in Istanbul and also have a right good go in the FA Cup something Klopp has failed to do so far.


9.) 14 Jul 2020 13:16:25
shughes55, I totally agree with your premise that games behund closed doors could throw upsome strange surprises. I wouldn't be too worried about City that much cos they are used to playing at the Emptyhad, lol.

As for the predictions for next season, I will leave that to others to judge cos I know that too many things can happen in football. Do I want LFC to win the PL next term? Of course. However I am aware that LFC could get 100 points and still lost the title by 1 point to City.

In fact last season, I was already resigned to the fact that we could have our best season in our history and still lose the title which is exactly what happened so nope, don't do predictions. As long as we do our very best as we have done for the past two seasons now, we will see where the chips fall.

As for the FA Cup, not arsed about it cos even Willian said he would rather play in the CL than win the FA Cup when Chelsea won the FA Cup and failed to get top 4 finish 2 years ago.


10.) 14 Jul 2020 16:02:59
Liverpool
City
Chelsea
Spurs.


 

 

17 Feb 2020 09:51:05
I think a special mention has to go out to James Milner. When he signed for us in 2015 a lot of football fans and pundits questioned his decision. He was leaving a premier league winning team and one that was tipped to get CL glory in the future to come to us after we had just finished 6th.

Fast forward 5 years and he has got a CL & world club medal the City players and club he left behind still haven't got and he's surely weeks away from getting another Premier league winners medal. He chose to move for playing time and not glory and his decision has paid dividends.

It also makes me think he will become 1 of an exclusive club to win the Premier league title with 2 different clubs. The only 2 that come to mind recently are Kante & Mahrez. Eds & posters can you think of any other players that have won it with 2 clubs?

JK23

1.) 17 Feb 2020 10:36:25
Just hope we can get at least one more full season out of him. Top fella and model pro.

{Ed002's Note - He has just signed a new contract.}


2.) 17 Feb 2020 10:48:10
did van persie win with Arsenal and Utd?

{Ed002's Note - Not with Arsenal. But Robert Huth has three PL medals for two clubs.}


3.) 17 Feb 2020 11:10:24
Ashley Cole. Arsenal and Chelsea.


4.) 17 Feb 2020 11:38:08
Milner is a legend. Everything about the guy on and off the field oozes class. Love him.

I've been thinking for ages that this guy is tailor made for Management.


5.) 17 Feb 2020 12:44:05
I think Kolo Toure and Henning Berg have won 2 titles with different teams.


6.) 17 Feb 2020 13:18:15
Did Eric Cantona do it for Leeds and utd? Bit of z guess, Leeds were class then. Got me thinking of david batty. Didn't do it for Newcastle did he?
Ashley Cole with Chelsea and arsena.

Very nearly benyoun

What about zasri to cty.


7.) 17 Feb 2020 13:37:35
Did Owen Hargreaves get one with Man City?


8.) 17 Feb 2020 13:39:22
Some great answers. Struggling to come up with fresh ones.

I'd hazard a guess at Sturridge (Chelsea/ City), Drinkwater (Leicester/ Chelsea), Fabregas (Arsenal/ Chelsea), Anelka (Arsenal/ Chelsea), and Tevez (Man Utd/ City) .

{Ed002's Note - The last two are correct.}


9.) 17 Feb 2020 14:36:07
Gael Clichy (Arsenal/ Man City)
Danny Simpson (Utd/ Leicester)
Riyad Mahrez (Man City/ Leicester)
Ngolo Kante (Leicester/ Chelsea)
Mark Schwarzer (Chelsea/ Leicester)
KDB (Chelsea/ Man City)


10.) 17 Feb 2020 15:31:36
Henning Berg? Blackburn and United.


11.) 17 Feb 2020 15:46:24
Awesome lads some great answers in there. There's quite a few passengers in there who contributed very little to Title wins at 1 of their clubs or both in Schwarzers case.


12.) 17 Feb 2020 20:37:23
Isn’t Anelka another.


13.) 17 Feb 2020 20:39:01
Did Salah win it with Chelsea or what? He would join Milner also.


14.) 17 Feb 2020 20:59:45
Lampard?


15.) 17 Feb 2020 22:16:33
Seems like Milner been with us lot more than 2015.


16.) 18 Feb 2020 08:39:52
Kolo Toure very nearly became the first to win it with 3 different clubs after we narrowly missed out in 2014.


17.) 18 Feb 2020 13:36:22
With some of those more obscure answers, do you still have to have a certain amount of appearances for the title winning club to be classed as a premier league winner? Might throw a few of those into doubt?
I only ask as when we sold Fowler and were challenging for the title that year, I remember being told Fowler would get a winners medal as he had made 10 appearances for us before we sold him. don't know if this rule is still around.


 

 

05 Jan 2020 22:11:33
I’ve read an article on the squads supposed weekly / yearly salaries. I know these could be way off the mark but what intrigued me most were the salaries of 3 players who have been linked with moves away are supposedly on. Lallana, Shaq and Lovren.

I can see why the club could be open to selling these players as none are first choice and are on more money than some of our key players (Allison, Trent, Robbo, Wiji etc). I can see us trying to tie down quite a few players in the future and I would expect a number of them to get bumper pay rises with Trent and Mane at the top of that list.

JK23

1.) 05 Jan 2020 22:51:04
Lallana and shaqiri are on more than Alison? That's amazing. Lovren has been a great servant for us and lallana WAS great. Still has some decent football in him imo.

It's because they have been here for years and signed new contracts. Robbo and Alison are still on their first contracts I believe. I imagine their next contracts will be huge. Trent is still u21, not surprised he isn't on huge wages yet. Will be of course.


2.) 06 Jan 2020 03:02:09
hmm wasnt one of the issues with Rodgers that he didn't get control of wages. I do remember talk about the club wanting to move to incentive based contracts.


 

 

20 Sep 2019 09:18:37
I know there’s been debate on here recently saying Bobby is our most important player. But I’ve just read a stat that since Fab has been signed he’s started 25 premier league games of which we’ve lost 0. We’ve won 21 and drawn 4. For me that just shows that even the unsung players are just as important as the Mo’s, VVD’s, Mane’s & Bobby’s of the team. Every single one of those players play their part in making us the team that we are.

JK23

1.) 20 Sep 2019 10:31:49
Imagine if we signed Aguero though. our front three would be Mane Salah and Firmino.


2.) 20 Sep 2019 11:27:05
I don't think anyone said he is more important that VVD. I think people were saying he was the most important forward player in their opinion. I agree with you all the players are vitally important, they will play great games, good and have bad games. They have all proved at various times they deserve our support. You can sometimes say they had a poor game but you can't question their attitude and work ethic on the pitch.

Mane been here over 3 years and I read he is unbeated at Anfield.


3.) 20 Sep 2019 11:27:21
Imagine if we kept Sterling though! Our front three would be Mane, Salah and Firmino.


4.) 20 Sep 2019 12:45:17
Yeah, it's so easy to forget that it's a team sport above all, composed of 11 players making a contribution. We're all too busy looking for heroes or zeroes. 😉.


5.) 20 Sep 2019 14:48:03
I love Bobby and know he is key in how we play and for Mo and Sadio but no one will convince me that Aguero would be on the bench instead of Bobby. The guys a goal scoring machine and often takes up positions that Mo and Sadio don’t so wouldn’t even be a problem in that count either.

However I’m perfectly happy with who we have so who cares.


6.) 20 Sep 2019 15:13:16
Did the person who came up with that stat not think that since last season we have started 43 games, won 35, lost one, and drawn 7? How can anyone deduce that games with Fab starting were any better for us? He basically just didn't start the City game which we lost. And didn't he come off the bench moments before Sane scored the winner?

Fab is an incredible player and we are so much better with him. But the stat and the meaning taken from it is nonsense.


7.) 20 Sep 2019 21:45:50
Very impressive to say the least!


8.) 20 Sep 2019 22:53:52
I love fab, mo, bobby (alot) mane, alisson. But our most important player is vvd, closely followed by jordan henderson.


9.) 20 Sep 2019 23:49:27
Yeah it's an impressive looking stat but doesn't mean anything really. You would think matip was roughly similar, Origi too. Fabinho of course is hugely important and it's clear to see he strengthens us in his role but those stats offer no real relevancy. In the 18 games he hasn't started we won 14 drew 3 and 1 loss. Loss to city, draws against spurs and Chelsea, .

Adrian has 100% win record as a PL starter for Liverpool, means little in reference to his individual importance.


 

 

31 Aug 2019 13:28:52
Xhedran Shaqiri has decided not to join the Swiss National team as he is focused to train hard and get more minutes for Liverpool in the coming weeks. Huge dedication. 👏🏻

JK23

1.) 31 Aug 2019 15:13:03
Surely getting 180 minutes of competitive football would help his case more than staying behind training? But yeah, it's dedication, I just don't know if it's the right decision.


2.) 31 Aug 2019 18:52:05
Well I think it's not just competitive minutes is essential. 2 weeks of daily training and working on how he can better adjust to our style and shape can be good for him.

With nearly all of our first choice 11 being away it's a good opportunity for klopp to work more closely with the likes of shaqiri, Milner, lallana as well as the younger lads. I'd rather shaqiri spend time working on what he needs to do to convince klopp he can be trusted instead of playing 2 international games for a team who's system is very different than ours.

Nice to see that he's showing to make an extra effort to improve himself and fight for more involvement. It shows he actually cares when you see so many players lately just happy to pick up their wage at a big club.


3.) 31 Aug 2019 19:13:00
Completely agree har and from an Irish Liverpool fans POV it's a great decision from the big man.


4.) 31 Aug 2019 19:47:20
I like it too. Shows his desire to play for us.


5.) 31 Aug 2019 22:00:02
Two weeks of training on how to track back, and press effectively in sync with the system, can only help his game and the team. At some point in the season Shaqiri (and Ox) will have to justify the faith Klopp has put in them by not going out and getting an AM.


6.) 01 Sep 2019 02:40:46
Better spend those 2 weeks running and defending lol.


 

 

 

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03 Jul 2020 23:11:56
Not really sure where the impressive performances have come from. He was ok against Everton for 60 mins when everyone else was poor and he had 8 mins against Palace. Then last night he didn’t do much but also don’t get much opportunity as the team looked disinterested by the time he came on. Next 6 game could be big for Kieta though.

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19 Jun 2020 11:18:47
I really hope Naby comes good. He always seems to pick up these niggling injuries. Unfortunately With his track record 3 months off with a 3 week pre season and almost back to back seasons and a African nations cup thrown in the middle might be a big ask for him.

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28 May 2020 09:10:34
Personally Werner at 50 mill is worth every penny. Obviously every transfer is a risk but we ain’t going to get another player of that calibre for the 30 odd mill we paid each for our current front 3. To be honest our transfer team are very very good but they sure know how to sell a player and scrimp on buying one.

Apart from Fab and Allison we seem to drag our heals and drive prices down which can cause issues like we did with VVD and now Werner. If true that they don’t think Werner is worth it after being a proven German international and top player in a top league and still demand 130 mill for Coutinho and 15 mill for Ibe, 20 mill for Solanke etc is astonishing.

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26 May 2020 17:45:03
I don’t think any of the front 3 would leave if Werner joins. The front 3 play more or less every game and if they get taken off they get taken off late. That tells me Klopp doesn’t fully trust the reserve forwards. African Nations is still planned for next season so we lose Mo and Sadio to that. Our midfield 3 rotate around quite nicely with very little difference in their output. Imagine having 4 quality Forwards vying for those 3 positions.

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22 May 2020 20:47:57
Ive kept track of Swansea games this season and actually watched Brewster live v derby for a works function and I think another season on loan there would be a good move. For me the key being Steve Cooper. It’s evidently clear he believes in him from their history and that would mean if he did go back there then he would get lots of game time again which can only be good for the lad.

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09 Aug 2020 12:59:31
I very rarely watch Bundesliga. So question to all the posters on here who do. How well has Grujic actually done in Germany and do you think he could be a part of this squad going forward if given another chance?

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08 Aug 2020 21:16:55
BT sports did a little preview on him before the game after mentioning his link to Liverpool. The boy has every pass in his arsenal.

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08 Aug 2020 18:15:37
Irish my bad.

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08 Aug 2020 13:59:15
Epic which top European club are in for him? I think all players will have different ambitions depending on their abilities. No doubts the starting 11 and squad will be wanting to win lots more trophies and titles. The squad players will be ambitious about breaking into the starting 11 more than they currently are. Mo, Sadie and VVD would be looking at the Ballon D’or. VVD would probably have ambitions of winning a World Cup or European cup with his country etc. What I said originally wasn’t a dig at Origi just merely a suggestion. Players have different ambitions and they also have different motivations. Like you said some play for trophies some play for money but the one you missed was some players love playing the actual game of football. For me Origi has earnt his monet and now has a number of medals in his cabinet. Maybe actually playing week in week out might be his next motivation. Only he will know though mate.

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08 Aug 2020 13:24:46
Irish I think it’s a tough one to ask how many CL a player has won to use as a stick to beat them. Lewandowski is at Bayern and he’s not to shabby. Similar to Messi, it’s been a while since he won the CL but his own stats and performances over the years have still been sensational. After all none of our current squad had won the CL when we bought them.

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