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10 Apr 2018 17:47:25
Hypothetical one but rumours are picking up pace saying Rashford and Martial (just turned down a contract offer) want out of Utd. If this is the case what's people's opinion on who they would take if it was an option. For me I would prefer Rashford but I think both would excel under Klopp and would soon be pushing our brilliant front 3 for a starting place under his guidance.


1.) 10 Apr 2018 18:11:54
True, both would be an explosion under Klopp!

2.) 10 Apr 2018 18:19:11
Definetly Rashford, tho I don't like them both for reasons. Martial got a debut goal againts us and Rashford you know what he did it was soon haha. Tho I don't want anyone from MU near our club.

3.) 10 Apr 2018 18:24:27
i'd love either of them any day but i think they would cost an arm and a leg!

4.) 10 Apr 2018 18:46:23
Was talking about this today with a United fan. a united fan with the fear of Jose doing a Jose and selling any young talent and replacing them with top players at 30 years of age. Might win a trophy or 2 but then he'll F off and leave them with a team of old lads.
Also saying how Jose just doesn't improve players and how good these two would become under a klopp type manager.

5.) 10 Apr 2018 22:44:54
I was thinking about this earlier. If it wasn’t the simple fact Rash plays for United I reckon fans would be begging for us to eat him in as would be an amazing fit IMO.

That being said, he clearly wants to be a starter wherever he goes - so that’d Make it even less likely than it already is.

6.) 11 Apr 2018 02:46:54
As wrong as it sounds, I do like Rashford as a player. He has bags of potential for his age and I can only see him improving under the right manager. Sadly though, in reality, what are the chances for transfer to happen between Liv and MU. I would say almost 0% chance of it happening. So, let's just forget about this and move on.

7.) 11 Apr 2018 08:58:59
Neither would start in our team, and neither are attainable, although at this point in time Rashford is the better forward.

8.) 11 Apr 2018 09:53:14
I did say Hypothetical. Apologies for trying to ask a question which has clearly upset the thumbs down brigade and the fans who refuse to acknowledge anything football wise outside of Liverpool. Must be life and souls of the parties they attend.

9.) 11 Apr 2018 10:37:57
It could always involve a move to a team that doesn't really work out for them. Like when we bought Paul Ince from Inter.

10.) 11 Apr 2018 13:16:50
de Gea and Martial are probably the only United players i would love at Liverpool.

11.) 11 Apr 2018 13:38:22
What about Smalling?

12.) 12 Apr 2018 11:14:37
Sometimes a thumbs down can be a no as an answer rather than a no to the question, it's not always a dig mate. That being said, I'd have either of them but they'd have to put up with the same situation in terms of game time, though the football would be better for them!



05 Apr 2018 20:49:21
Prior warning this is not a dig but under FSG we don't tend to spend big unless we sell big first or know we are selling big, this is simply based on previous windows and seasons. I'd love us to keep our best players and spend big but I can simply see us adding Keita (already purchased) and someone like Meyer on a free in the summer.

The players who are reported to want a move from us or who we may move on are not going to bring in big transfer fees (Lallana, Can, Milner, Mignolet, Ward, Moreno, 1 of the CB's etc) . Our big players are the front 3 and we need to hold on to them with dear life. If Klopps budget isn't big then he will simply have to box clever in the window. However this is just my opinion and time will tell in the summer.


1.) 05 Apr 2018 22:14:42
We sold Coutinho without replacing him. Surely there is still some in the kitty from that deal.

2.) 05 Apr 2018 22:24:40
Jayden we sold big because the player wanted to leave the club.

FSG keep spending money yet people keep questioning them.

3.) 05 Apr 2018 23:20:16
My original post was actually meant to be in reply to a comment about spending big in the summer on the banter page. Not sure how I've managed to get it as a stand alone comment. Anyway like I said it's not a dig but it's been proven over a number of seasons be it Torres, Luis, Sterling or Coutinho we have only spent big when we have sold big. Hopefully this window may be totally different.

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool has always spent money. They are doing well. Blitzing money they dont have on players the fans want does not help. Tinkering and gently improving does. Sorry if it pisses you off that there is not enough money spent.}

4.) 05 Apr 2018 23:20:16
My original post was actually meant to be in reply to a comment about spending big in the summer on the banter page. Not sure how I've managed to get it as a stand alone comment. Anyway like I said it's not a dig but it's been proven over a number of seasons be it Torres, Luis, Sterling or Coutinho we have only spent big when we have sold big. Hopefully this window may be totally different.

{Ed002's Note - Regardless, clubs need to be fiscally astute. This is not a "we spent more than you" playground spat. Liverpool are spending money, the players are doing just great, Salah is having the season of his life which I doubt will ever be repeated. The sensible approach now is to tinker to improve - you want to rip the heart out, spend a bunch and start again, expect the word "transition" to be back in fashion.}

5.) 06 Apr 2018 01:56:04
Personally if we sell a player who doesn't want to be here for a player who does and who improves the team at the same time, then I don't care if the net spend is zero (which is a Murphy anyway because of agents fees etc)
I want to see that the club is improving whilst not getting to the point where we become a Leeds and are placed in administration.

6.) 06 Apr 2018 07:53:17
You have to see things in at least a mid-term perspective (if not the long term), and also in relative terms. We started with FSG with Roy Hodgson and his "wonder buys" and the summer where the highest we could aspire to buy was a Clint Dempsey. How far ahead have we come now? Almost every top player is linked with us at some point (click bait or not) whereas in the past, nobody would even bother. Sure the league's increasing financial success (television deal) pushed everyone forward, but you still can't forget FSG's financial commitment to the club in difficult times in the past. Nothing wrong with selling before buying. That's how you run a business. Otherwise, you're basically endorsing the spending money you don't have.

7.) 06 Apr 2018 07:53:31
A players value is not always reflected in his price, but in how he fits into our team.
We spend big if we need to, but won't go buy a £60m player just for the sake of it, we pay what is needed for the player we want.
VVD cost £75m+ but we wanted him so we paid it, just as we wanted Matip and got him on a free.
The transfer fee should not be the important bit, as it is so far from what any of the Joe Bloggs public will ever understand or deal with because of the intricacies of deals. Should all just be undisclosed in my opinion, then fans can focus on the player instead of the fee.

8.) 06 Apr 2018 00:19:11
Ed02 apologies but I think my comment is being taken a little bit out of contence. My original post was a simple reply to a comment saying who would we buy if we had 200 mill to spend in the summer. My comment was never meant as criticism towards owners or our spending and I totally agree with you on the sensible approach and tinker to improve rather than just spend for the sake of it.

{Ed002's Note - OK Jayden, but everyone is getting their way - the owners are going to try and buy the league and Klopp's comments about npt needing to spend and doing it through training are all history. Debt is increasinging so the fans will be happy.}

9.) 06 Apr 2018 09:59:17
Unfortunately buying the league has been part and parcel since the birth of the the Premier league.

I actually think the fact we are not buying for the sake of it is the reason why we are starting to see a good team. Far too often in the past we’ve bought quantity over quality.

For me this is the way forward.

10.) 06 Apr 2018 23:35:19
In the clubs latest accounts ed02, they said the club made a profit of 39million, I know you don't talk money and I don't get involved in the financials myself, but how does our debt increase if we're making more of a profit, thanks,

{Ed002's Note - You should read the accounts.

11.) 07 Apr 2018 22:28:19
The league has always been bought- even before the PL.
Look at a list of teams who won the league in the decade leading up to PL inception.

In each of those squads- absolute minority would come through a youth system.

Ok- the amounts spent were vastly different- but the fact is majority of players were bought.

Out of our last title winning squad we had 4 players who started their Pro careers at LFC- Ablett, Watson, Magilton and Marsh.



02 Jan 2018 12:25:29
Ed do we hold any interest in Mahrez. On Saturday Klopp had nothing but high praise for him saying he is a wonderful player. I know he is not everyone's cup of tea and they will say he's only had 1 good season ( but it was 1 amazing season which is 1 more than most of our players) he's also having a very good season this year with 7 goals and 7 assists. Last season he had 4 goals and 2 assists in 9 CL games. Unlike the other players we have been linked with his advantage is he is premier league proven and would be available for half the price of Lemar who is proven in a French league. His weakness is most definitely his attitude but that is where Klopp excels.


{Ed001's Note - I don't know mate, we have certainly not shown any prior to this window.}

1.) 02 Jan 2018 12:51:49
Cheers for the reply Ed01. Like I said he may not be everyone's cup of tea but neither was the Ox and he's doing alright. Also When we were first linked to Salah I don't think many LFC fans were overly excited including myself and look how that is turning out. Klopp is building something here and if it's one thing I've learnt it's to trust his judgement and support whoever comes in regardless of the already pre judged feelings we might have.

{Ed001's Note - agreed. I look on it that we give our opinion until it happens, then we are best to give them a chance to prove themselves either way.}

2.) 02 Jan 2018 13:09:30
Be very interesting if Mahrez was to come in, do you believe he would play deeper Ed? or can he play a little bit deeper rather then be a winger/ Inside forward? there is no doubting his talent when he is on form like said above its his attitude that let's him down.

{Ed001's Note - no mate, he does not put in enough effort for me to play any deeper.}

3.) 02 Jan 2018 19:46:55
Funnily enough. I live by John Lennon airport and have just been to the corner shop to pay me leccy. . and there's mahrez right in front of me buying a toblerone and a can of tizer. I tell thee.

4.) 02 Jan 2018 23:53:31
I must agree with @Jayden23. Mahrez look to me the closest to Coutinho, he can open any team with his brilliant passing, good left foot too. He will do well with our front three. and if he were to come here i believe he will improve his work rate which is his weakness.



27 Dec 2017 18:03:38
Welcome to LFC, VVD. Club site have confirmed he will wear no 4 shirt. Interesting to see fans thoughts now after seeing quite a change in view on him the last few weeks. This is massive backing from FSG who I have had doubts about in the past. Let's hope Coutinho isn't used to balance the books.


1.) 27 Dec 2017 18:21:33
Of course coutinho will be balancing the books mate. I think he's gone in January personally.

2.) 27 Dec 2017 18:30:54
Benny, I hope that we keep hold of Couts till the summer, then we will have the time to bring in a proper replacement .

3.) 27 Dec 2017 18:31:17
Can't see it personally. He's can't play in CL and Barcelona have already walked the league. It makes no sense for him to go now for both clubs and they have dembele coming back.



20 Nov 2017 07:24:24
Eds media reporting Sturridge wants out in Jan. Any truth in this and if so would we look to replace him. What with Origi already on loan and Ings also being linked with a move.


{Ed001's Note - he wants to play or leave in January yes, loan or permanent deal to give himself a chance of making the World Cup squad. I don't expect him to leave, but if both he and Ings were to leave, then a forward would be sought.}

1.) 20 Nov 2017 08:11:28
Again very interesting thanks eds.

{Ed001's Note - welcome.}

2.) 20 Nov 2017 08:25:46
I would honestly think he is at the best place to make the England squad, Klopp seems to be managing him time considering that he seems to be getting less injuries, regaining form and scoring. I fear for him that should he get a team that relies on him week in week out he might not even be fit to be incontention come world cup, could be wrong.

3.) 20 Nov 2017 10:24:15
I think Southgate has shown he will pick a youngster over an older guy that isn't playing regular football. Sturridge will struggle for minutes and if he wants to move on we should do right by him.

4.) 20 Nov 2017 11:23:10
Not surprised and can't blame him, he is criminally over-looked and Klopp has made it clear he'd just simply rather not use him.

{Ed001's Note - criminally overlooked? No idea where you get that from. He has not done enough to deserve a place.}

5.) 20 Nov 2017 12:09:18
How is Sturridge criminally overlooked? His direct competition is Firmino who happens to be very important to our attacking play. Sturridge offers very little of what Klopp expects from his No.9.

6.) 20 Nov 2017 12:56:23
Maybe not enough to deserve a starting place, but when Firmino looks dead on his feet he doesn't deserve 20 minutes? Or when our attack has looked completely blunt for 2 games in a row he doesn't even deserve a try? Klopp only turns to Sturridge when he has absolutely no other choice when to me, he's earned regular gametime as a reliable first backup option. To me he's been wasted which has been fine when we've been scoring 3 a game. But we went through a long patch where we struggled badly for goals and for him to barely get a try during that period was criminal and suggests to me that there is nothing sturridge can reasonably do to force his way into Klopps plans - he's just not capable of being the type of forward Klopp wants and there is no situation where Klopp will adapt his game plan to what Sturridge.

{Ed001's Note - he has done nothing to earn that position when Solanke has been playing better than him this season.}

7.) 20 Nov 2017 13:54:50
Sorry but for all his talent he is not worth the salary he claims from LFC for the availability we get from him. He is a massive hypochondriac when it comes to not playing for the slightest knock.

I would let him go as long as adequate cover is in place, Bobby and Solanke won't be enough.

Cut our loses get the wages back and move on.

Newcastle would be a good move for him.

8.) 20 Nov 2017 14:13:09
If Sturridge leaves, can we see Ings as his replacement? Ings is doing pretty well at u23 and is gaining his fitness back.

9.) 20 Nov 2017 14:45:56
this will sound brutal but i was pleased when i read this as his legs gone and although he seems nice enough guy and seems to have a good footballing brain his body won't hold up to constant games and id also rather see the chances he has got this season so far go to solanke whom i have been impressed by and want to see more off.

10.) 20 Nov 2017 18:38:13
Sturridge has given us a lot o goals over the years, and at this stage, with the World Cup comimg, he needs playing time, so maybe its best for all that we let him go, at a good price, so he has some chance of making this World Cup .

11.) 20 Nov 2017 19:51:22
I would think letting him go in January will maximise his value. £25 million if we get lucky and they get desperate.

12.) 20 Nov 2017 20:43:03
What is happening with the comments, or is it only the select few that get shown?

{Ed002's Note - Most of yours get deleted.}

13.) 21 Nov 2017 06:56:45
Ed001 what do you think of Solanke so far?

{Ed001's Note - he has done well but it is early days and we need to see a lot more of him.}




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14 Jul 2018 10:11:50
Some interesting stats on Shaqiri on sky sports website. Apparently he covered more distance per game than our front 3 on average per game last season (9.6km) but made significantly fewer sprints than them. That looks to me like the effort levels are there and with our style of play compared to Stokes his sprint stats would be considerably higher this season. I wasn't too keen on us first signing him but now he is here I'm actually a little excited about it.


{Ed002's Note - How is that interesting or relevant? It means perhaps Stoke didn't have the ball and he was running around after it.}

1.) 14 Jul 2018 10:52:42
I think it’s that notion that he was running round after the ball that is the key bit ed. He has been accused of being lazy and not working hard enough and of having a poor attitude. If he was indeed chasing the back all when stoke were out of possession, that might allay a few people’s concerns.

{Ed001's Note - none of that means anything, the fact that he makes less sprints is suggestive of less effort, the distance covered could mean he walks the length of the pitch up and down with no intention of getting involved. I wish people would drop these meaningless stats, they show absolutely nothing. He should cover more distance as he was playing the most games for them. Most of their attackers were in and out of the side, so how are they going to cover much distance on the bench?}

2.) 14 Jul 2018 11:10:04
Interesting because we're told in profile form that he just stands with his hands on his hips.

That stat suggests otherwise.

Meaning we haven't signed as much as a premadona as we have been lead to believe. He does actually work hard. Just in a poor unsucceful team.

In ours with everyone running and pressing his stats will look much better.


3.) 14 Jul 2018 11:12:32
It was a comparison to our front 3 I think ed, not to stokes other players. I take your point about the sprints though.

{Ed001's Note - it is irrelevant as it shows nothing as the two sides played completely different styles of football.}

4.) 14 Jul 2018 11:12:36
Well I think it's relevant (If true) because it at least shows that he was putting the effort in to win the ball back which considering some people were calling him lazy is quite interesting.

{Ed001's Note - no it doesn't. Where do those stats say that? That was the whole point, you could interpret them anyway you want, but there is nothing that actually tells you that there. It simply says he covered more distance. As he was playing for Stoke and their passing was terrible, a lot of that distance could have been added on due to loose passes. Where our front 3 would get the ball delivered to them, he might have to move a couple of yards to collect it etc. I can suggest a number of other reasons for that as well. However I am bored of this idiocy by people who are not able to understand statistical analysis and should not be trying to pretend they do. Shakira is here now and it is what she does in our team that matters now.}

5.) 14 Jul 2018 11:20:41
Statistically I have the hairiest chest in my household.

I mean I live with my Mrs and 1 year old son, but clearly I have abnormally high testosterone levels. The stats don't lie.

6.) 14 Jul 2018 11:27:07
Apologies for putting a comment on the group. I'll go back to just reading from now on.

{Ed002's Note - Sure, if that is what you want.}

7.) 14 Jul 2018 11:27:39
He covers more distance than OUR front 3 so he averaged over the whole season against our players who played every game and not from the bench bobby mane and mo. He is similar to Sanchez for me in his work rate while he was at Arsenal he works until he sees none of his oaf team mates are and then throws a fit and stops and that’s the bit most people pick up on the sulk afterwards. I’m not against signing him as you can probably tell from this post. I think everyone moans we’ve won nothing under klopp etc and says there’s no progress until we do but then they want to rely on untried kids mixed with poor squad players to win the cups adding players like Shaqiri will give us a far better chance in those cups. Personally I couldn’t care less if we don’t win a cup but finish in the CL places but other people want to use it as a stick to beat klopp with so I can see why he’s beefing up the squad with the kind of quality the other top clubs already have on their bench.

8.) 14 Jul 2018 11:30:06
It's a well known statistic that 85% of all stats are meaningless bull!

9.) 14 Jul 2018 11:36:27
Great to see your positivity towards our newest signing Ed, big smile mate it might not all be doom and gloom 😃.

{Ed001's Note - just glad she didn't bring that idiot hubby of hers with her. Just so long as she doesn't sing all's good.}

10.) 14 Jul 2018 11:36:39
I bet they have more hair on there head though MK.

11.) 14 Jul 2018 11:53:38
Jayden23 crack on with your comments it’s a forum people like myself are interested in stuff and stats like that👍.

12.) 14 Jul 2018 12:05:19
It’s a banter site Jayden, not everyone will agree with everything you say, don’t sweat it mate.

13.) 14 Jul 2018 12:13:46
By a distance Morgy. He was born with more hair than me 😂

Jezza it was just banter mate. Sorry if my comment upset you.

14.) 14 Jul 2018 12:21:44
The stats are all good Jayden, but can he do it on a cold rainy night in stoke.

15.) 14 Jul 2018 12:56:12
Ed01 was actually very fair in his player profile of shaqiri. Most of the profile was praising shaqiri's talent.

And agreed jayden, I am weirdly excited about it I have to admit. I didn't expect to feel like this but then again I am always excited about lfc signing attacking players.

16.) 14 Jul 2018 12:57:49
J23, are you upsetting the children again 🤪.

17.) 14 Jul 2018 13:05:12
Thinking about it, if you're an attacking player, especially a winger, in a poor team that spends a lot of time defending you are going to cover a lot of ground, trying to offer an outlet and then running back behind the ball when the said poor team lose the ball.

18.) 14 Jul 2018 14:26:53
With respect, my original comments are in reference to Ed002's "It's means perhaps Stoke didn't have the ball and he was running around after it"

19.) 14 Jul 2018 14:55:10
Mine too Irish.

20.) 14 Jul 2018 16:35:44
103% of stats are misinterpreted.

21.) 14 Jul 2018 18:53:46
Not bothered what he did/ didn’t do for Stoke 🤝.

22.) 14 Jul 2018 18:55:59
Moral of the story: Stats mean nothing without the right context and nuance. Glad that got cleared up pretty quickly.

23.) 14 Jul 2018 20:26:41
I like stats. They help people who don't really understand the game understand it less.

24.) 14 Jul 2018 20:57:10
Do you guys remember Lallana's first season with us? How he was clocking the most miles run per game (even more than Milner)? And how he was being slated for being a headless chicken? Just a point to demonstrate how dangerous it is to take one statistic and use it to describe a player's entire game.

25.) 15 Jul 2018 09:53:19
Angry, that was hilarious.



27 May 2018 09:49:26
I've woken up this morning and I am already over last nights result. Was Karius at fault for the 2 goals? Yes no doubts. Do I hold a grudge or wish unwell on him? Of course I don't and neither should anybody else. It's a game of football. Did the team turn up and play last night? No. But that should not put a dampener on how they have played for the majority of this season. I'm already looking forward to next season and am excited now that the window is open. We will have some exciting and some mundane World Cup football to pass the time the next month or so and then onto next season which I am really excited about. Last night was one game of football. I have far more important things going on in my life to let us losing have a negative effect on me beyond the few hours I was devastated. No words can change what happened last night and I think we should just move on and chill our beans. Let Klopp and his team make the decisions they are paid to do.


1.) 27 May 2018 09:57:37
Well said. I was disappointed only for a few hours and then completely fine. The important thing is we have exceeded all expectations so far and are on course to have an even better season next time as long as the right players are bought in to improve the squad. On another night, we would have beaten Real imo. The Salah injury and Karius howlers were freak incidents that will not happen again on another day. People need to calm down and be happy we got beyond the quarters of the UCL. Reaching the final was a bonus imo as our squad is still a work in progress.
Next season we will be more experienced, battle hardened and the players will have a point to prove. Just the boring World cUp to get past, and we are back to the real football that is the UCL and BPL 2018/ 19.

2.) 27 May 2018 10:16:20
Agree with some of your points but cannot agree with you saying the team did not show up last night. I must have watched the wrong game. The whole team did themselves, us fans, Liverpool and the UK extremely proud.

We were the better team until Salah went off. That would have an effect on any team. We lost momentum for a bit but showed so much resilience to stay in it and then had good few spells of play. To come back and get the equaliser showed balls. We showed up alright. We may not have dominated like some fans were deluded enough to think we would do so against the team that won back to back champions leagues.

No one can legislate for them 2 howlers. I don’t care what anyone says - whether they want to slate Karius or want to back him. There’s no way they would not have a mental impact on any team in the world. This was Real Madrid and they are big game players. Better team won overall but I’m not over it already. We should have and could have gone to extra time. Would we have won? Maybe or maybe not. A goal like Bales was deserving of winning any game. To bring quality off the bench as they did shoes the difference between us. We had a team of warriors that showed up and run their hearts out. It just wasn’t quite good enough.

What I will say is, we are back where we belong. Among the upper echelons of European football. We have also gained ourselves a whole bunch of new fans. Looking forward to us getting some reinforcements in and can’t wait until next season.

We fo again Redmen.

3.) 27 May 2018 10:17:02
That said. I think Salah going off in the way he did destroyed team moral. We lost the game then not when Karius gifted them the opening goal. They say you need luck to win this competition and i feel we made our own luck throughout the campaign but when they can bring on Bale and we only had a barely fit Lallana then we were always going to struggle in the latter part of the game. It shows the gulf in squads between the likes of ourselves, Madrid and Man City. We have had an amazing run which i have loved. Im just sad it ended the way it did. I only hope the lads can go again next next season. its going to be hard to match this year.

{Ed002's Note - You need to move all of the complete flakes out ifLiverpool’s moral leaves with one player going off.}

4.) 27 May 2018 11:06:39
You’re corrrect ed, but so is MM. The game completely changed at that point, for whatever reason whether it be giving Madrid confidence to push forward more or whether it damaged our players confidence, however as you say our players should have stepped up and not wilted, if that is indeed what happened. Personally, I think it gave Madrid confidence but it certainly shows we could do with a couple more players behind the 1st 11 to give Klopp a bench he can rely on.
I’m not down today, as the old guy who got battered by a thug with a hammer said this week, worse things happen at sea. It’s only football, it’s a pity it went the way it did but at least we’re in it again next year and I would presume that, along with making the final, will help with player recruitment.



25 Apr 2018 06:19:43
We have had some world class players in the past that we have all had the privilege of watching. But for the life of me I cannot remember any of them having a better performance than that of Salah's last night. Mane and Bobby were fantastic but Salah looked like he was from a different planet to everyone on that pitch.


{Ed025's Note - best in the world at the moment jayden..

1.) 25 Apr 2018 07:16:25
He’s just in the groove and you just can’t see him missing, for me it’s the best individual season I have seen from a Liverpool player in my life time, edges out Suarez 13/ 14 season for me.

2.) 25 Apr 2018 07:32:23
Don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it.



22 Apr 2018 10:11:47
I think yesterday's disappointing result leaves us with little option but to go full strength from now on. CL would be an amazing trophy to win but finishing top 4 at this point in Klopps revolution is just as important. 2 years ago we apparently sacrificed top 4 to concentrate on winning Europa and ended up empty handed. This season could easily end
Amazingly and probably our best campaign since premier league era - CL winners and top 4
Amazingly - CL winners and outside top 4
Very good season - top 4, don't win CL but still a great run
Or worst possible case could still happen - outside top 4 and don't win CL.
With our Jekyll and Hyde performances we are just as likely to do as the other. There's a maximum of 6 games left and I think we need to play our strongest 11 in every one of them until top 4 is confirmed and then rest players if needed.


1.) 22 Apr 2018 10:19:08
We could've got a draw with a second string team.
I think it was a bad choice playing mane Salah etc but Tuesday will show us. We need to blow them away 3-0 with a clean sheet at Anfield because their greatest weapon is their home form.

2.) 22 Apr 2018 10:22:06
I agree, our top players out there every game until one way or another, top 4 is guaranteed. There's always a risk of injuries no matter what so we can't think of that imo, we just need to go for it.

I believe we'll get 3rd, maybe even second (god I hope so) . I also believe we'll win the CL, but there's always that doubt there at times like this. I wish I could fast forward and see how it all pans out for us but overall I'm not TOO concerned.

3.) 22 Apr 2018 10:53:13
Our point yesterday keeps Spurs behind us even if they win their game in hand.

We will be strong when we go to the Bridge.

Klopp will get us across the line for top 4.

Our job is to support and believe.

Kiev will be the icing on top of the cake. We just want the cherry on top.


4.) 22 Apr 2018 16:32:43
Liverpool cannot play at that intensive level for 90 minutes non stop. Hence the bringing on of a 3rd cb. We need to utilise the whole squad at this stage of the season.

Don't panic guys, we sill still finish top 4.

5.) 22 Apr 2018 20:45:57
We have 3 games and 1 win will probably be enough. Even a draw at Chelsea could be enough. Let's not make a big deal of playing a few extra games. the preparations might not be ideal with less time between games but the players are well fit for the games.



15 Apr 2018 09:11:53
Saw these stats from yesterday's game for TAA so I thought I would share. It was only 2 weeks ago people were concerned about him after the Palace game. This is not me saying we are a 1 man team mind before someone starts bawling their eyes out. I'm simply sharing the stat.

Trent Alexander-Arnold's game by numbers vs. Bournemouth:

103 touches
100% take-ons completed
69 passes
10 crosses
7 long balls
4 interceptions
4 chances created
3 tackles won
1 assist.


1.) 15 Apr 2018 10:55:53
All it demonstrates to me is his inconsistency which is mainly because of his youth and inexperience.
Those wanting to pack him off to Russia so he can get mauled in a rubbish England team are not seeing the bigger picture in my opinion.
Keep his feet on the ground, keep his profile low and let the lad develop. 🤝.

2.) 15 Apr 2018 11:23:41
Agree Ron. England normally pick on reputation. If TAA goes to Russia he will be sat in the stands whilst Walker plays.

3.) 15 Apr 2018 12:03:00
He’s definitely standing up and being counted. He is making fewer and fewer mistakes and is the type who learns.

4.) 15 Apr 2018 12:03:00
He’s definitely standing up and being counted. He is making fewer and fewer mistakes and is the type who learns.




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21 Jul 2018 10:13:01
This is an opportunity for him to shine. Realistically he could go up there and take that league by storm. Which will be a good profile boost for his career be it with us or Away from us.




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12 Apr 2018 13:08:39
Kevin De Bruyne. The guy is an absolute class act and would be the key to unlocking buses to allow our front 3 to score. Not only that but he's supposedly an LFC fan. The level he is at now would be risen playing for his boyhood club.




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11 Apr 2018 09:53:14
I did say Hypothetical. Apologies for trying to ask a question which has clearly upset the thumbs down brigade and the fans who refuse to acknowledge anything football wise outside of Liverpool. Must be life and souls of the parties they attend.




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06 Apr 2018 16:16:46
Drogie great to hear the little man is doing well.




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06 Apr 2018 11:23:51
Is it too late to call Stevie G or Alonso out of retirement more like lol. Is it right in saying that for our midfield 3 we have the following
Lallana - injured (unknown duration)
Can - injured (unknown duration)
Milner - fit
Hendo - Fit (suspended CL)
Ox - Fit
Wijnaldum - Fit
Grujic - on loan.
Plus then the youngsters.





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22 Jul 2018 12:12:06
Do you believe the owners would go a little bit more above and beyond for Pulsic If he was available? What with him being a fellow American?




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22 Jul 2018 12:11:10
Ed025 totally agree mate and it will be a totally different personal challenge for him to face. His discipline problems came in a short spell last season and I think that may be a little bit of him acting out at not wanting to be there. However If that is the case then that gives us another slight problem all together rather than his discipline.




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22 Jul 2018 08:22:52
Most pleased about Allison for the same reasons as everyone else and most excited about Kieta I think this guy is going to have a similar impact that Salah did last season (just not in goals)


{Ed025's Note - im a big keita fan jayden and he could be a major factor for the reds this season, thats if he sorts out his discipline issues of course because he is a bit of a loose cannon at times, teams know this and he will be targeted im sure mate..



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22 Jul 2018 08:20:41
City are the team to catch, no one even came close last season as they ran away with the league. We demonstrated on lots of occasions though that we can match them or better them. We just now have to be able to do it over a 38 League game season.




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22 Jul 2018 08:15:55
Interesting to see people counting Milner out again. Personally I thought he had his best LFC season with us last year and finished top of the CL assists charts and has again set records with his fitness performances in pre season. Personally I believe he offers more than Henderson but that’s just my view point.