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03 Jun 2024 15:23:29
Hi Ed002, have Juventus made a better offer for Koopmeiners. Would Liverpool / Juventus like to get the deal done before the Euros?

Jimmy boy

{Ed002's Note - Teun Koopmeiners (CM/DM) Atalanta are reluctant to sell but his agent wants the player to be playing regularly in the Champions League with Newcastle, Juventus and Napoli having declared interest. Interest of Milan shifted to Tijjani Reijnders so they can be discounted. Liverpool offer a good option for the player but will be reluctant to meet the asking price - but they are very keen. Marseille have walked away due to the quoted cost although a change of ownership could see a huge shift for them. Approaches were been made to Arsenal, Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea although none have spoken with Atalanta and all have other targets for now but cannot be discounted. In particular Chelsea have considered him as a replacement if Conor Gallagher departs. Brighton and Aston Villa interest has gone. Juventus has a creative solution and will push for a summer move knowing that the player wants Juventus move. Atalanta are seeking €60M if pressed to sell and feeling is Liverpool or Juventus will win out with Juventus already in discussions - but they want to include a player in the deal to reduce the price.}

1.) 03 Jun 2024 17:54:28
Could be a great shout as our DM or no6. Slot Seems to like using attack minded players who are good on the ball in this position. Guess Mac Allister might also fit the bill, if he isn’t playing further up the pitch. I would prefer more of a “Destroyer” type no6 personally, but from what I have seen of Slots tactics (all be it from YouTube reviews) then Koopmeiners could do well.

2.) 03 Jun 2024 19:43:30
Ed, do you think Slot will use Trent in midfield or keep him as an inverted wingback? I don't know anything about his tactics.

{Ed002's Note - I really don’t know what his plans are.}

3.) 03 Jun 2024 19:43:30
Ed, do you think Slot will use Trent in midfield or keep him as an inverted wingback? I don't know anything about his tactics.

{Ed001's Note - I think it will depend on fitness as Trent will be at the Euros. I would think long term Trent will play midfield, but act as cover at full-back.}



21 May 2024 08:13:19
Is Bakayoko of PSV a realistic target.

Jimmy boy

{Ed002's Note - Try searching.}



18 May 2024 14:01:13
I remember 2 years ago we were heavily linked with Ismala Sarr. Was the interest real and he now seems to have fallen away.

Jimmy boy

{Ed002's Note - He moved to Marseille. Interest has moved on.}



12 May 2024 18:30:50
See us linked with Anthony Gordon now, anything in this?

Jimmy boy

{Ed002's Note - Anthony Gordon (W) Left footed winger who has had a good season but is not attracting interest. Newcastle need sales before June 30 and want to hold on to Guimaraes and Isak but may let Gordon move on with a perhaps Yankuba Minthe slotting in when he leaves Feyenoord, who want another loan, in the summer. I am not aware of any interest from Liverpool, and the price Newcastle would demand likely puts a transfer out of reach.}

1.) 12 May 2024 23:37:37
Yeah they overpaid for him and will want more to sell him.
Decent player but not at crazy prices.

2.) 13 May 2024 06:06:06
He plays most of his best games when the team are a couple of goals up.

3.) 13 May 2024 10:29:12
Would be surprising to see us buy anyone from Newcastle again, unless it is a youth prospect.

4.) 13 May 2024 11:58:54
Top player and has the a fantastic head on his shoulders and top attitude. I highly recommend his overlap interview with Gary Neville to anyone who hasn’t seen it.

5.) 13 May 2024 13:05:18
Obviously the ‘fantastic’ reference stops at the follicles on his head…that’s one bad Barnet that is!

6.) 13 May 2024 13:45:25
Seems to be getting a lot of traction this morning. Good player who can play right across the attack. Came across as a Liverpool fan in his interview as well. Said Gerrard is his idol and he models his game on Salah. Gordon, Gakpo and Diaz as options on the wings would be scintillating. All 3 love to drop the shoulder and run at players.

7.) 13 May 2024 18:11:53
I think he's good and would take him but would be very expensive and I doubt he could afford it unless Salah goes for mega bucks.

8.) 14 May 2024 08:37:20
I like the use of the words head and shoulders when talking about Gordon, Oney.

9.) 14 May 2024 14:14:34
Allison is over 30. He will take longer and longer to recover from injuries now and will get slower. This isn't the Frist Division of old where at the very top, players regulalry went on to their late-30s. The pace and demands of the game are far harder now and Allison is not gong to be any better than he is - he has peaked and you've seen the best of him. I personally wion't be surprised if one of the first things Arne Slot looks at is the whole defensive unit because it is struggling to function cohesively and has been for most of the season.

10.) 14 May 2024 22:00:12
David James, David Seaman, Brad Friedel all played regularly in the premier league in their 40s.



07 Jun 2023 19:03:33
Hi Ed has our interest in Tchouameni now moved on and is their interest in Tsimikas.

Jimmy boy

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool tapped him up last year and he moved to Real Madrid. Done to death.}

1.) 08 Jun 2023 10:58:21
Worth an enquiry for sure.

2.) 08 Jun 2023 08:50:44
Appreciate the reply ed002 mate, just read some rumours Madrid might be open to letting him go and with our interest last year that he might become an option again.

3.) 08 Jun 2023 15:20:15
Not sure whether Real will invite offers but if he does happen to be available I would expect us to express interest.




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12 May 2024 15:32:54
Ed001 mate, what's your thoughts on Jones?
Is he good enough to be a regular starter.
It seems every time he gets a good run of games he's then out with a lengthy injury.
It will be interesting to see do we look to cash in on him this summer with the likes of Bajetic, Elliot, Endo, Mac, Szobo, Gravenberch not likely to be moving and with possibly new additions.

Jimmy boy

{Ed001's Note - it doesn't matter if he is good enough if he can't stay fit.}

1.) 12 May 2024 16:40:26
I can't see us getting much money for Jones but I'd let him go.
He's an inferior version of Adam Lallana. Has too many touches on the ball and slows things down without creating anything.

2.) 12 May 2024 17:59:22
Agree with you, Rigsby. Some folk on here used to say he was as good as Phil Foden. Never saw it myself.

3.) 12 May 2024 18:57:48
It's easy to say that about Jones in hindsight but I'm going to say Harvey Elliott will leave us frustrated, too.
He's flavour of the month at the minute and I'd keep him but only because of his versatility. He can cover the front wide positions and midfield but that's it for me. He'll be a cover player.
He's not quick enough for a forward or strong enough for midfield. I can't ever see him being a player that we can't leave out.
I hope I'm wrong but I'll say it now and not two years down the line when I suspect we'll still be waiting for him to nail down a regular starting spot.
Gravenberch is the same. I'd get shut this summer and bring in someone that at least looks they could do job when called upon.

4.) 12 May 2024 21:45:19
Curtis Jones was in midfield for our best performances this season. Injuries are the real concern for Curtis.

{Ed025's Note - i personally think hes on a par with Tom Davies FPF..

5.) 12 May 2024 20:49:13
I agree with you about Elliott, too. I can't ever see him nailing down a position, but, like you, I hope we keep him. Again, I hope he proves me wrong. And, Rigsby, you must qualify for the second most miserable git on here, because I totally agree about Gravenberch. As the saying is, if he's the answer I'm not sure what the question was. As you say, get shut.

6.) 12 May 2024 23:49:48
Grav hasn’t been here a year yet. Been out with an injury and struggled with physicality/ pace of prem. give the lad a chance .

7.) 13 May 2024 03:22:32
Rigsby nailed it w both his comments. Jones is like Gakpo in thinking he can counter faster with the ball at his feet than he can by passing it.

8.) 13 May 2024 06:49:14
The best ability is availability so Curtis is struggling.

9.) 13 May 2024 07:46:33
John, why do you think he's struggled with the pace and physicality of the PL? He didn't do much in the Europa or the Bundesliga either.
If he'd shown glimpses of ability then I'd be more patient with him but from what I've seen we'll just be hoping that there's a player that can hack the PL.

10.) 13 May 2024 08:13:01
Ed 25, only Tom Davies?
Not at least the world class Andre Gomez?
Then I did say Origi was the equivalent of Grame Sharp, almost Dixie Dean. Just missing out by a whisker.

{Ed025's Note - we all compare our players with somebody else sg and in the end its just about opinions, i once compared Nunez to coco the clown so sometimes im not far out mate.. :)

11.) 13 May 2024 10:10:45
Coco was a good pro to be fair Ed025.

{Ed025's Note - he really was Ron, maybe if Darwin hit the goalie with a custard pie just before he shoots his XG would go through the roof mate:)

12.) 13 May 2024 10:43:53
Who s Tom Davies?

{Ed025's Note -exactly mate.... ex- Everton midfielder now plying his trade from the bench for Sheffield united WDW.. :)

13.) 13 May 2024 11:41:45
Ed25, it is you who keeps comparing your players to our and NOT the other way around. Personally, I have NEVER been accused of comparing any of our players to ANY Everton player let alone the hapless Tom Davies (does he still have a career, at this pint), nor would I ever do such a thing. Just saying.

{Ed025's Note - there is nothing wrong with comparisons Oli, its just a gauge of the ability of the player mate, its not set in stone its just an opinion and a nicer way to judge a player rather than labeling them crap or dross i think..



14 Mar 2024 10:42:03
Ed001 mate is Quansah a player the club expected to be playing first team football for us in cup games etc this season or was he going out on loan. Crazy how an injury to Matip has just fast tracked his career and looks the real deal.

Jimmy boy

{Ed001's Note - the plan was always to look at him in preseason and make a decision. He did so well in preseason that it was decided to bring him into the first team rather than send him out on loan. I think the idea was to have him replace Matip when his contract expires in the summer though, it has just been moved forward due to the injury.}

1.) 14 Mar 2024 11:04:28
He's doing brilliantly so far from what I've seen. Arguably better than Matip yet still only 21. Keep it up Jarell and keep learning from the master alongside you.

We've been lucky he's stepped up this season - I really rate Konate but he seems to struggle to put a long run of games together. Still only 24 though so plenty time to sort that out!

2.) 14 Mar 2024 11:59:51
Think he has been a revelation maybe now we have a class of 24 like the mancs class of 99? Wouldn’t go as far as to say he is better than Matip tho atm. Close tho the lads been brilliant.

3.) 14 Mar 2024 12:18:58
Centre back is not an easy position for a young player to step into at a club the size of Liverpool. He is an exceptional talent. Super excited to see what he can become.

4.) 14 Mar 2024 13:48:09
The lad really is making a name for himself. Thankfully we didn't send him out on loan, he's solid and I see him being so important in the future. This season he's just getting into the swing of things, next season he's all in. Good luck to the lad, if he stays injury free and keeps a level head he's laughing.

5.) 14 Mar 2024 15:14:02
he seems like the perfect replacement for Matip. He's even had flashes of those galivanting runs into the box.

6.) 14 Mar 2024 15:39:41
Our young men have really stood up to be counted when needed this season, but in my eyes the one that allows us to play is Endo, he's the one player that gives other the freedom to play.
Under the raidar of most of the media and some of the fans.

7.) 14 Mar 2024 15:50:34
Plus he is only going to get better and better, when he fills out a bit more, he will be a big unit .

8.) 14 Mar 2024 18:15:55
If Quansah can find an extra yard of pace he’ll be class. We still probably need another CB in the summer with Matip leaving and Konate injury prone though. I’d sign a young left footed CB, and a young attacking left back to hopefully take over from Robertson / Gomez in a few years, Tsimikas should be sold.

Will then have a defence of:
CBs - Virg, Konate, New CB, Quansah, Gomez
RBs - Bradley, Trent, Gomez
LBs - Robbo, Gomez, New LB

Good cover there with Gomez being able to play everywhere. Would be interesting to see if Chambers / Beck could take up the young LB role in pre season.

9.) 15 Mar 2024 02:46:24
Jarell isn't better than Matip but he definitely shows more promise than Williams and Philips.



01 Mar 2024 08:15:04
Ed001 mate, what's your opinion on Michael Owen when with us, his goal record in the premier league was quite poor with his best season 18 league goals. Was the game just different then and do you think he would reach levels like Haaland if playing today.

Jimmy boy

{Ed001's Note - it wasn't because the game was different, it was because he missed a hell of a lot of chances. They just got forgotten because he was English so the media only talked about the good things. He was a fantastic player, but he was a very inconsistent finisher. I guess like Nunez in that regard, but with a much lower work ethic.

To be fair to him, he wasn't playing in the best of teams and they were more defensive too. He also did have a fair few injury problems with his hamstrings due to his explosive pace, which didn't help him. No matter the excuses, he simply wasn't a clinical finisher like Fowler, even though the whole team ended up built around him and getting the ball to him in dangerous areas.}

1.) 02 Mar 2024 07:17:08
Owen scored 118 goals in 216 games for Liverpool
A goal every two games there or thereabouts

The highest number of league games he played in a season for Liverpool was 35 and in that season he scored 18 goals

Like Ed says though, workrate nowhere near good enough and considering we got rid of other players to essentially build the team around him - would expect more

To be fair, he was like that in local youth club football and playing representative football for his County too

And could never be forgiven for playing for one club in his career….

{Ed001's Note - for me it was worse that he basically told Houllier it was him or Fowler and Ged picked him. Then he went and put in a transfer request anyway. That is unforgivable to make the club get rid of God and then to stick two fingers up to the club and leave on the cheap afterwards. Him going to United meant nothing to me, because he was nothing in my eyes after leaving.}

2.) 02 Mar 2024 07:17:17
I'm not owens biggest fan now but when he broke into team he was out of this world for a 17 year old I thought. i think he finished joint top goalscorer in league in his 1st season at 17/ 18. Imagine what he be worth today.

3.) 02 Mar 2024 08:08:26
No time for him. Going to united was the icing on the cake. Why any player would ever play for a bitter rival is beyond me. Total disrespect and disregard for the club. Snake!

4.) 02 Mar 2024 08:25:16
The United thing meant nothing to me to. I just always felt that England meant more to him than Liverpool did. He never really had the bond with the fans that Fowler did and also leaving for such a small fee due to running his contract down was unforgivable. A lot like McManaman in that respect.

5.) 02 Mar 2024 08:39:14
I was going to bring up the McManaman thing also Baz. The fact that both came through the academy and left for free or on the cheap, at the peak of their careers doesn’t sit well with me. Maybe it’s just me, but I think that they owe the club something back, for giving them a chance and the life that they now have. You could argue that McManaman fulfilled his contract, but I there is more to it when you Liverpool man and boy. Give the club something back!

{Ed001's Note - yeah McManaman had plenty of opportunities to sign a deal but was always wanting to leave for the money.}

6.) 02 Mar 2024 08:42:40
Owen is a far better footballer than he is a pundit.

But saying that my nan is a far better footballer than he is a pundit.

On a separate note does anyone know who started the calling of Fowler god. Was it fans, team mates or media kind of thing that got that going. I’ve tried researching it but there’s nothing out there.

7.) 02 Mar 2024 08:43:07
Exactly right on Owen and people forgetting how many chances he missed which was just as much as Darwin or even Haaland does. Remember when he gave a back-handed compliment to Darwin saying he should not have chipped the GK vs Brentford despite always saying Darwin should improve his composure. And when he does show composure, he slated him for chipping the GK. So essentially cos Darwin did not do what and how King Owen said it should be, it proves he is not a good striker? Literally loves the smell of his own farts, that geezer. What a fraud and a grade A waffler!

And on the Fowler v Owen situation, Owen recently was asked did he think he was better than Fowler and he said something like, "Who did the manager pick all the time? " Seriously, the guy literally thinks he was world class and a better player and finisher overall than Fowler was. There's a reason LFC fans do NOT use the word "Legend" when addressing this fraud.

8.) 02 Mar 2024 09:05:37
Owen is just out for himself, always has been. he left in the last few days of the transfer window . for 8 mill [i think] we got no chance to replace him. glad we won the champs league without him. then he expected us to stump nearly double to buy him back . the United bit just sums him up.

9.) 02 Mar 2024 09:11:47
I think it depends on how you look at it Oli. I don't see it as a backhanded compliment at all. He seemed to acknowledge that it was a difficult piece of skill and that most strikers would just place it either side if the keeper. That's all really.

10.) 02 Mar 2024 09:21:38
JK23 I'm not 100% on this but I once saw an interview with Neil Ruddock who said that Robbie got called God by his team mates as he can do no wrong in the eyes of the fans.

11.) 02 Mar 2024 10:38:06
Not looking to big Owen up but he did win the B'alloon D'or when he was playing for Liverpool which is no mean feat. I think I am right in saying he is the only player to win the award while a Liverpool player. Kevin Keegan did win but then he was playing for Hamburg.
As I say not suggesting he should be considered a legend. But he must have been doing something right with Liverpool.

12.) 02 Mar 2024 10:49:00
Interesting stat. I have just checked the list of B'alloon D'or winners and yes we have one winner, the same as Blackpool and Inter Miami.

13.) 02 Mar 2024 11:41:30
Cheers Baz.

14.) 02 Mar 2024 12:50:41
Dracred, thing is that on another day I would have no prob with it esp. since the GK essentially making Darwin's mind up for him by coming out to meet him and essentially daring him to chip it over him, a 6 foot 4 inch GK, I heard. Darwin didn't blink, showed composure (that same thing Owen always criticised him for) and embarrased the GK.

Keep in mind that a lot of people gave Darwin credit even tho, they thought it was an audacious chip and Im fine with that. My prob is that it was Owen who came out of nowhere talking crap about how cos Darwin chipped the GK, "proves" (his words) that he has to adapt his game and blah, blah, blah. That's unnecessary, IMO. Nobody cares what other strikers would have done and most importantly, Darwin is prolly not interested in being like any other striker, let alone Owen who mind you, missed shed loads of chances like Darwin does. That's all, really.

15.) 02 Mar 2024 13:14:51
Owen always gets slated by Liverpool fans when he’s discussed, I reckon the United thing absolutely bothers us more than we let on.
Take away all the feelings about how he $hit on the club more than once though, he was a very good player when he broke through, for us and England (I feel the fact he was quite good for England and scoring important goals inflated his ego and his stock amongst football fans everywhere)
His real asset seemed to be his explosive pace and confidence, I’d say he was a good finisher as well to be totally fair, not world class by any means but he was certainly good considering how quick he was usually going, his finishing was appropriate for how he played if that makes sense. You don’t see many players come through at that age and have such an impact and that’s credit to him I suppose.
However injuries soon caught up with him and that effected his pace and then his confidence, pace being such an important part of his game was soon gone and his overall ability wasn’t good enough to adapt, that finishing ability wasn’t quite good enough to compensate either.
I feel he really was something special in his very early days, but injuries robbed him of a truly special career, but I suppose when you rely so heavily on your hamstrings for that pace your never going to make 10-15 years in the game unscathed.

16.) 02 Mar 2024 14:54:56
Ah c'mon lads, i know we all hate him but what a fantastic kid to come through. Shared the golden boot on his first season at the age of 17/ 18.Would be Mbappe money to buy him now. One in two was very respectable back then and a B'allon D'or winner so let's not fool ourselves he was a bad player because we don't like him. He was our main forward AND Englands for years. Ed001 i think it was compared his finishing with Nunez, sorry but i know who i'd rather a big chance fall to and its not Darwin. Also played in the most defensive counter attacking set up Lfc teams in history.

17.) 02 Mar 2024 14:56:32
I disagree Mikey, Rafa joined Everton who for me are more of a rival than United as I know far more everton fans than I do united. But I still love the man. Owen ran his contract down but carried on saying even after he left that he was willing to sign a new one. As I said my big problem with him was he seemed to value his international career more than playing for Liverpool, wasn't as good as Robbie but still seemed to be first pick then practically begged to come back a year after he messed us around. I think he scored 1 goal for United which was after about an hour of injury time and if I remember rightly his options were them or Stoke so I can't blame him for choosing them. Good player yes but not in my top 10 liverpool strikers.

18.) 02 Mar 2024 15:30:01
McManaman leaving the way he did was just wrong he lost a lot of respect from a lot of people for that. But judging by his performances for BT and TNT it is quite clear the guy is a duck egg. Hard to believe Fowler is such good friends with him they seem like total opposites.

19.) 03 Mar 2024 00:17:32
Owen had the potential to be very, very good indeed but never quite made it, as he seem to focus on the financial side of things. Never met the bloke so can’t really comment but, watching him interviewed and being an ‘expert summariser’ I don’t think he has a likeable personality.

20.) 03 Mar 2024 12:23:33
Think he had 40 England goals by the age of 26?if i remember correctly. the injury at Newcastle killed him, after he had make a very good return to English football by the way. Doubt even think the likes of Kane, Linekar or Rooney (three of Englands best of the last 40 years) had that amount of International goals by that age so to say he didn't quite make it seems mental to me, Michael Owen would be thought of by anyone in the game as a top top player. Harder to impress this site though i know?.



31 Jan 2024 11:02:15
I remember seeing this video a few years ago with Jose talking about who will be a great manager from his players. Xabi just oozes class and respect. He has gone the right way so far with his managerial career and for me he is the perfect fit to replace Klopp.

Jimmy boy

1.) 31 Jan 2024 12:18:10
Nice post Jimmy.

2.) 31 Jan 2024 14:31:29
Yep, Jimmy. I have heard about this convo before about Jose saying of all the players he has managed, Xabi was the closest thing to a manager-in-the-making type. Jose (outside of his antics on the touch line) is an absolute genius regarding footie discussions, IMO. He has so much knowledge and clearly, Xabi has been listening the whole time under him at RM. I guess when you know? Yo know.

3.) 31 Jan 2024 15:37:27
Very good, thanks Jimmy.

4.) 31 Jan 2024 16:53:52
I'm all aboard the Xabi Alonso train, he's the only candidate I will be willing the get behind from day one, anyone else will have to win me over.

5.) 31 Jan 2024 21:22:41
The only two I would be interested in are Xabi and Ange.

In an ideal world we bring in a manager with more first team experience.

Ange would seem unrealistic given he has just taken over at Spurs and I'd admire him more if he dedicated himself to that role for more than a year

xabi I guess has shown what he can do in the limited time and by all accounts from what we can gather as fans is well regarded for his football mind, his propensity to manage and obviously he has a history with the club.

I haven't followed Bayer that closely but have read that they play a more possession based game. Is this true? If so, I would be on board as I've often felt that we need to bring some pragmatism to how we play. Based purely on my eye, I've wondered how sustainable our style is and would argue that the injury riddled season and last season are examples of what could happen if our bodies and minds are 5% off from where they need to be. And obviously Klopp is signalling his own fatigue as to why he is stepping away.

I do think we need to evolve and would be supportive of a change in that playing style. I think we have the players to do it too.

Is Xabi the guy? I still think it'd be a punt. But I just hired an internal employee with less experience over an external applicant with more experience, but the edge for me was that we knew the potential of our internal applicant and he understands our culture. It feels like that's what it'd be with Xabi if he is the guy.

Anyways, long rant, and all in all I'd be supportive of whoever comes in tbh.

6.) 31 Jan 2024 23:19:28
Experience? Interested in who you think? Like, who's available?

7.) 31 Jan 2024 23:23:29
Faith, I love you like a brother BUT please, I want that "Ange" (really wanted to say "self-serving hypocrite") currently at Spurs well away from LFC. I don't rate him at all.

8.) 31 Jan 2024 23:41:37
Faith, I don’t want Postecoglu anywhere near us. All that business after the game at Spurs showed him up for what he is. I don’t buy that Aussie g’day mate nonsense.

9.) 01 Feb 2024 00:38:32
Thunderbird spot on. I can't think of a single other manager that I would prefer or that would have the immediate connection with the club and fans that would be needed to follow Klopp. Anyone else and I think it would be David Moyes at Utd situation.

10.) 01 Feb 2024 02:54:30
I think we might have to stay a little open minded. Last season we had all our eggs in the Bellingham basket as fans and look how that turned out.

Alonso seems to be the fan favourite but that doesn’t mean it’s a done deal or will definitely happen.

I honesty can’t see Ange because Levy isn’t going to let him come to Liverpool without it costing a fortune and Brighton probably the same with their manager.

Hopefully a replacement is announced soon but it was clear tonight the players are going to fight till the very end for Klopp.

11.) 01 Feb 2024 05:31:56
The sporting manager is supposedly on the list anyone know much about his style of football?

12.) 01 Feb 2024 06:23:51
Hi Oli, ?

Viktor - For me I’ve liked Ange since before Spurs. Always thought he’d head towards the bigger clubs.
In terms of his comments after Spurs, who gives a F lol he’s speaking for his club not Liverpool. Klopp has done flips and u-turns in the past too and ed2 has let us know about his dark arts in the transfer market. My point is that it’s water under the bridge of fandom and rivalry.

But in the moment, the manager’s only responsibility is their club.

13.) 01 Feb 2024 06:29:37
Embarrassing post Victor. Fine if you don't like Ange as a manager but why have a pop at him because he speaks his own lingo. Would you prefer that he faked being English to placate people like you. How about a bit of ‘cor blimey guvnor’ now he's at Spurs? I wouldn't want him at Liverpool either but it is nothing to do with his nationality.

14.) 01 Feb 2024 08:25:51
All that fake Aussie bonhomie doesn’t wash with me. He’s a weapons grade bellend and a hypocrite to boot. Telling us to soak up a dire refereeing performance but complaining when it happened to him. He doesn’t belong at Anfield and shouldn’t be considered.

15.) 01 Feb 2024 10:19:41
Ange's tactics are way too one-dimensional. Spurs will get found out. Avoid.

16.) 01 Feb 2024 10:51:36
What’s the basis for the fake Aussie whatever it is? If you’ve followed his career, he’s the same now as he was way back with Brisbane.

Being a bit sensitive there about his comments after our game versus his comments in another game. I get the hypocrisy but again for me it’s water off a duck’s back. Like, are we expecting all other clubs’s fans, players and staff to fall at the feet of the might reds?
Ed25 will turn in his grave at the thought lol.

17.) 01 Feb 2024 11:06:41
If say FSG did appoint Ange just out of interest what would the fans who seem to hate him do in response.

18.) 01 Feb 2024 12:43:18
Victor, Klopp had no issues with Tierney’s penalty calls last night whereas when decisions have gone against us he laid into him about his decision-making. Hypocrisy? Its almost like managers only stick up for their own clubs.



10 Jan 2024 09:32:32
When is the schedule for the FA cup released. I took a gamble and booked flights for Saturday 27th ?.

Jimmy boy




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03 Jan 2024 12:03:41
A lot of that is down to his own injury issues, he always seems to get a good run of form and then breaks down with an injury and then has to work his way back into the team and that’s how it should be for everyone.
Let’s hope injuries are behind him and he continues to play like this for the second half of the season.

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08 Jun 2023 08:50:44
Appreciate the reply ed002 mate, just read some rumours Madrid might be open to letting him go and with our interest last year that he might become an option again.

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05 Jun 2023 09:59:47
He will end up out on loan to mid table team.

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21 Apr 2023 06:05:30
Jay Dub who said they want Salah gone.

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17 Jan 2024 10:58:26
FFP putting the fear into clubs.

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{Ed002's Note - It is nothing to do with FFP.}



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04 Jan 2024 14:41:27
Ed001 mate how do you think Nunez would fare on the right. He does seem to drift out there and a lot of his assists come from that side.

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{Ed001's Note - I like him in the middle.}



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03 Jan 2024 12:24:53
Trent on pens for me.

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{Ed025's Note - not a bad shout that jimmy, him or Macca for me mate..



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03 Jan 2024 12:10:58
I absolutely despise cheating in all forms especially diving. And I hate to see our players doing it. Grown men rolling around it’s embarrassing. You see kids now in grassroots football doing the same as their “idols”.

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12 Nov 2023 17:41:40
Sorry but Endo did not play well. He is completely out of his depth.

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