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15 Dec 2019 10:49:34
Ok, not my personal belief, but, my mate says he knows Sanchos dad. He says Sancho may come to us, but the dad prefers Barcelona as there are less distractions for him abroad.

My pal is talking rubbish, right?

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - I have no idea what Sancho's father has said to your friend.}


1.) 15 Dec 2019 13:40:45
Liverpool scouting Sancho at all?
ED@2,do you see LFC making a move for him this January or in the summer?

{Ed002's Note - I think it unlikely he will be moving to Liverpool. There is a great deal of interest in him from elsewhere but the asking price is putting many off. If Salah were to leave in the summer perhaps things will change.}


2.) 15 Dec 2019 17:19:30
I know there may be nothing to this, but every time Klopp is asked about interest in another player, he usually flat out denies it if we have no interest.

But when asked about Jadon Sancho he said something along the lines of "I do not want to speculate about it". Which is very unlike him; usually he'll just deny it.


3.) 15 Dec 2019 18:33:45
Sancho would be a massive step down from Salah.


4.) 15 Dec 2019 18:36:26
No disrespect intended. But I think, by now we know. That pretty much nobody including ed002 for all his knowledge and contacts. Knows much about what's going on behind the scenes with transfers at Liverpool. Fabinho and Minamino for example have been worked on and pretty much done by the time anyone has any clue about it.


5.) 15 Dec 2019 19:46:53
Ed, if salah were to leave, do you know who we are looking at?

{Ed002's Note - As far as I am aware the club are not expecting him to leave. Demands have seen his agent laughed out of the four clubs approached. They all have other targets right now.}


6.) 16 Dec 2019 01:28:29
Ahhh missed these kinda rumours.


7.) 15 Dec 2019 22:44:07
Thanks a lot ED02!


8.) 15 Dec 2019 23:43:22
Thanks ed!


 

 

26 Apr 2018 21:59:35
Ed, with the exception of Can, are there any first team players you feel may be likely to leave?

I personally think we could build a great squad if we keep our best players, but they must be in the sights of other clubs too.

A keeper, full back and a player to push for a place in attack (in case of injury) and we should have a solid season next year.

MikeyB

{Ed001's Note - Lallana.}


1.) 26 Apr 2018 22:17:46
Fair enough, I did hope he would come back strong. Not sure how much we could get for him at the . moment, or if he could get a good deal for himself until he proves fitness?


2.) 26 Apr 2018 23:05:36
I think Lallana both doesn’t want to retire at Liverpool and also isn’t good enough for our starting 11, for the sake of both sides I think he should get an opportunity elsewhere.


3.) 27 Apr 2018 00:32:10
Do you think its likely Ings will stay Ed? I hope he does, he's got a great attitude on the pitch and he's a decent player.

{Ed001's Note - it is up to him to decide what he does, so difficult to say.}


4.) 27 Apr 2018 08:59:45
I really hope ings stays before the injurys he was doing very well, I hope after a summers rest he will come back strong and get plenty of minutes.
I hope Llanna stays too last season he was really good, this seasons been a write off for the feller.


5.) 27 Apr 2018 15:07:32
Lallana was instrumental to us when Klopp arrived as he taught the team how to press and turnover the ball high up the field. He was like Firmino is to us now, in that he was the trigger and the high energy player that scared the life of out the opposition when they were in possession. Hats off to him for being a key figure in those early days and setting the tone.

As time has gone by though, and we’ve brought in players more suited to Klopp’s style of play (eg. Benteke and Sturridge out, Firmino, Salah and Mane in), Lallana has become less and less instrumental as the team itself has evolved, and every in the team now able to play that way.

While he’s still a great player, he’s not the catalyst he once was, and his one notable weakness (IMO his tendency to slow the game down when in possession) has meant others like Ox (brilliant at carrying the ball forward at pace) have probably overtaken him in the pecking order.

I’d happily have him in the side next year again as a backup to Ox, but if he leaves then fair play to him and wish him well. He’s been a great player for the club.


6.) 27 Apr 2018 15:15:11
Disagree with you on Lallana, Walter. He was good last year, undoubtedly, but we've changed the way we play since then. Our play is faster and quicker and far more direct. His constant dithering, turning pirouettes and doodling about with the ball would take us backwards. His major plus was the efficient pressing and regaining the football. We have others now who do it just as well.


7.) 27 Apr 2018 19:16:07
When did Lallana ever scare an opposition? I’m pretty sure the only person who is scared of Lallana is Michael Flatley.


 

 

15 Jan 2018 16:00:54
Hi Eds, I have tried the search function, but Can is such a common word, it is hard to pin down.

I was wondering if there was any update on his signing a new deal, or moving for another club?

I do not want to bash Hendo; but i am happier with Can in the team at the moment.

Is it correct that Can wishes some assurances in playing time, as he must be ahead of Hendo in the pecking order at the moment?

MikeyB

{Ed001's Note - no he knows Klopp does not really have him in his long term plans so is highly unlikely to stay.}


1.) 15 Jan 2018 16:55:39
Shame as when Can plays to his best he is a major asset and will be a loss to the squad.


2.) 15 Jan 2018 17:13:44
Same has been said about Coutinho JC23 but I read somewhere that we won more matches this season when Coutinho was not on the pitch fop us.


3.) 15 Jan 2018 17:37:09
We could afford the coutinho loss due to the volume of players we have to play the attacking roles in terms of central midfield we are lacking a bit.


4.) 15 Jan 2018 17:51:20
Same goes for City when They are pinned back like yesterday. Football is not a science.

Fernandinho and even De Bruyne looked lost at times.

The only reason why City have been so strong is because Pep has been all out attack from minute one. Their defensive was dreadful yesterday and other teams will now see that. City's defence is as weak as anything, just like ours. Pep knows that and is why he was hell bent on blowing records on attacking fullbacks who cannot defend and has CB's that are no better than ours.


5.) 15 Jan 2018 17:57:45
it looked to me that when Couts did not play, we were more direct in our play, something that I think works much better for us, a slower tempo held us back, now we can go for a quicker game .


6.) 15 Jan 2018 20:04:33
Hi ed01, I think a lot of the can questions about can are coming from a picture he sent out after the game with a few other players, a couple of other players including sturridge commented with money insinuations, like he'd just got some deal, is it possible he's agreed a pee contract probably with large signing on fee, or agreed a new deal,

{Ed001's Note - wasn't that a picture sent out by Lovren?}


7.) 15 Jan 2018 20:39:59
I'm not sure as I seen it used by some Liverpool pages to say can announced to the dressing room he'd agreed a deal, they're probably just guessing and badly at that,


8.) 15 Jan 2018 21:40:41
Pretty sure he didn’t actually state who the deal had been agreed with!


9.) 16 Jan 2018 13:22:50
I think the money emoji's were because you get fined for taking photos in the change room.


 

 

31 Dec 2017 12:25:39
I think pipco will go in summer. The only reason I say this is that I can not see why we would play him just before a transfer, if he is worth £125m you wrap him in cotton wool and put him on the bench.

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - Or perhaps the transfer has already been agreed without the knowledge of Klopp or Edwards? Could that ever happen?}


1.) 31 Dec 2017 12:34:56
I think that's possible ed.


2.) 31 Dec 2017 12:44:33
I suppose ed.
But I hope klopp would be involved as he has to plan ahead.

{Ed002's Note - Klopp needs to plan ahead without Coutinho and has known that since pretty much when he arrived.}


3.) 31 Dec 2017 12:42:10
ooh ed you do like to stir it up a bit . love it.


4.) 31 Dec 2017 13:05:10
So if Edwards or Klopp haven't sold him who has? John Henry, Gordon?

{Ed002's Note - Of course. It was them who purchased VVD without negotiation without telling Edwards and Klopp.}


5.) 31 Dec 2017 13:21:56
Thanks for your reply Ed002 and please forgive my ignorance but that doesn't seem like the ideal situation that the owners are now buying and selling players when there are people at the club employed to do that.

{Ed002's Note - Well after the last 18 months where Liverpool has managed to get themselves two warning letters about illegal approaches, a complaint about illegal approaches left on file with the Premier League, an 18 month transfer ban and some very significant and embarrassing costs related to a 12 year old boy - then perhaps it is a good thing that the owners have stepped in.}


6.) 31 Dec 2017 13:37:16
Ed002 when you put it like that it makes perfect sense.


7.) 31 Dec 2017 14:02:30
I whole heartedly agree Ed! Glad Henry stepped in. Next move is to sort things out and get professional people in to conduct business accordingly, properly on their behalf.


8.) 31 Dec 2017 14:18:38
Thanks again Ed it does seem to be one mess after another at the club. Hopefully the club can start being more professional going forward but I think I have said that before so I won't hold my breath.

{Ed002's Note - I don’t think there is any mess at this time}


9.) 31 Dec 2017 14:20:59
Campbell you do realise Klopp wanted VVD tho of course he would of known something was going on but probably told to keep his nose out after he fooked it up last time.


10.) 31 Dec 2017 14:38:23
What ED2 has said about the van Dijk transfer had been written about in the Telegraph. No negotiations, just a price given directly to FSG's Henry and Gordon by Les Reed of Southampton on 21 December. Liverpool paid it to get the player and then informed Klopp and Edwards a few days later.


11.) 31 Dec 2017 15:15:13
Who cares how it happened, i couldn't care less if milner signed vvd. nothing came out my pocket that's all i care about.


 

 

 

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18 May 2020
New image uploaded to the
Liverpool Player Sightings page entitled, June start?

MikeyB

1.) 18 May 2020 15:21:29
"Edging towards behind closed doors"

Er, it was never going to be anything other than behind closed doors. Just a case of which closed doors it'd be behind. Neutral ones, or the home team's as per the remaining fixtures.


2.) 18 May 2020 19:36:11
Spot on, SR. Fans being in the stadiums was a non starter from jump. In fact, get ready for parts of next season being behind closed doors too if the experts are to be believed.


 

 

25 Apr 2020 14:27:28
Just uploaded a screenshot from a chat with a pal. He is senior, on the business side at Fulham. Its regarding starting the leagues up again.

MikeyB

1.) 25 Apr 2020 14:40:16
The screenshot is not yet in the sightings section. But essentially Fulham believe the premier league will start in June, likely behind closed doors. 2 games a week until conclusion. The players need to get back to training first, but talks are under way between the FA and government.

{Ed002's Note - That is all news to the Premier League who met yesterday.}


2.) 25 Apr 2020 14:51:44
are you still of the opinion it’s done Ed002?

{Ed002's Note - Until something changes and there is an end in sight it looks difficult. There is still a growing number of EPL clubs who are of the opinion that we need an achievable target date or we need to draw it to a close. Everything remains conjecture.}


3.) 25 Apr 2020 15:12:01
Thanks Ed002.


4.) 25 Apr 2020 15:35:53
I'm starting to sound like a stuck record, but I can't get my head round why there has to be a target for finishing the season. Forget about players contracts, it's not beyond comprehension to simply extend them till the season is concluded. As for next season, there isn't a cat in hells chance that it will start with watching spectators, if it starts at all. Next season, and probably the season after that, will be disjointed, so why timescales on finishing this? If all the complexities surrounding finishing it are of legal bearings, well there are far more complex issues in the world that need sorting, so they just need to get on with it and endeavour to finish it.

{Ed002's Note - No, clubs need to be able to shut this season down and prepare as best they can. You are not seeing beyond Liverpool - if it were Manchester City a long way ahead you would all be screaming fore it to end.}


5.) 25 Apr 2020 15:36:48
Understood Ed, but with an end in sight only really coming in the form of a vaccine, which no one is expecting until some time in 2021, what does it mean for starting next season? Surely it’ll all be behind closed doors until the vaccine?

{Ed002's Note - Nobody has said that the "end" will require a vaccine to be available - if that is the case they can likely scratch this season and next. I have previously suggested not to expect to be able to attend games anytime soon.}


6.) 25 Apr 2020 16:36:29
If Man City were a long way ahead then I would expect them to be awarded PL champions. No doubt about it 👍.

{Ed002's Note - You are missing the point - the issue is whether you wait endlessly to complete the season.}


7.) 25 Apr 2020 17:03:28
Ed02, you and I have had this discussion before, which resulted in you using an expletive and me retaliating in kind and subsequently being barred for a short period. My reasoning has nothing to do with Liverpool. I've been present when we've won the league on the last countless occasions, so my desire isn't as great as others on here, to see us win it this season. Pretty much every industry in this country is having to think outside the box, either to continue or survive. I remember you saying a while back that the PL wasn't looking at disrupting next season, so as to accommodate this one. Well, as I've said, next season is screwed a we know it, so we may as well as get one job done and finish this one.

{Ed002's Note - It is terious listening to the same ill-informed BS.}


8.) 25 Apr 2020 17:36:03
I believe there is a good chance the Bundesliga will start up next month. If so, we will see if the logistics work there as it will be a model for the EPL.

{Ed002's Note - No it won't. Germany was a light year better prepared than the UK and starting up on the basis of a different country starting up would be a recipe for disaster.}


9.) 25 Apr 2020 17:49:00
Of course we want the league to finish, as Reds fans we believe our team deserve the chance if at all possible to finish the season and claim the trophy that we deserve to win this season. God knows we have waited long enough. Also certainly the neutral football fans I have spoken to and I think this goes for the majority of football fans would like to see the season completed, as being a Football Nation the chance to watch Football matches again on TV even behind closed doors would feel like a real treat right now. It would lift the nation and I think that's why there is still a strong desire to try and find a way if at all possible. Finally no-one really knows what the future holds until a vaccine is found so there is every possibility next season could be disrupted so why not conclude rather than risk the possibility of losing 2 seasons of football.


10.) 25 Apr 2020 18:15:44
To the annoyance of Ed002 to whom I’d like to sip a cocktail one sunny day.

I’m with you Rome. Clubs can be preparing now during the crisis and as for pre season and needing a rest, the last 4 weeks has been enough rest for these super conditioned athletes.,

The winter break next year could he scrapped if need be to squeeze more games in.

This Pandemic comes around every 100 years or so, if our game can’t wait an extra month or so and delay next season ( so the players can have more rest Bla bla bla, the players contracts can be sorted before the 30th June, the tv deals. )

All of this shows everything what’s wrong with football, been saying this since the birth of the Premier League.

{Ed002's Note - Maybe you want to look beyond Liverpool, the embarrassment at the Premier League meeting and look forward. If you cannot see beyond Liverpool, which clearly you can't you need to get the club to put the case to the Premier league that Liverpool are awarded the title - which many clubs will fine with, and then people can move on.}


11.) 25 Apr 2020 18:17:18
Didn’t realise the PL met again yesterday Ed, what was the general theme for discussion please and what did they discuss?

{Ed002's Note - The UEFA provided dates, the possible restart and resistance to it, what to say to and ask of the broadcasters, discussion with Government representatives, and the responsibility issues surrounding restarting (fans showing up and the show-stopper of whatif a member or members of a side contract COVID-19. One club wanted to discuss financial implications of their particular situation and there was a dispute between a couple of clubs.}


12.) 25 Apr 2020 18:41:45
Cheers Ed, don’t expect you to to advise us in the dispute mate, that would no doubt create rubbish on here.

Thank you for the update Ed,

{Ed002's Note - There are a number of issues that would cause grief on here if it were explained.}


13.) 25 Apr 2020 19:21:10
Ed, you are more informed than everyone here, which we are all incredibly grateful for each day. I think I speak on behalf of everyone when I say this is the most reliable source of football information I read.

We get your point that you’ve said a million times over that we’re not seeing past from a Liverpool perspective, but remember this is the Liverpool page and we’ve been waiting a while for the PL title only for it to be potentially taken away via a global pandemic, we’re naturally going to be clawing at whatever we can.

Man City, Utd, Villa, Norwich, West Ham etc may want it ended, but I bet the likes of Leicester, Wolves and Sheffield Utd equally don’t want it ended.

There is a lot of confusion as to how this will pan out. Today got me thinking that even if this season was finished in a similar fashion to the Dutch league, what does it mean for the start of the next? Clearly the PL has to adjust and if they can put in place a safe way of doing so, why not do it to finish this season?

{Ed002's Note - I am afraid you would lose your bet. You need to separate the season not being completed and what then happens if that is the case. After one extremely stupid remark yesterday clubs will be thinking over a number of matters very carefully.}


14.) 25 Apr 2020 19:55:59
Owe I wish there was a way if you telling us what remark was made without actually telling us lol.


15.) 25 Apr 2020 20:16:48
There's a report Peter Moore's battle cry to complete the season was greeted by a wall of silence.
Was it stupid? Who knows .

I have nothing else to go off.


16.) 25 Apr 2020 21:15:28
I think the decision needs to be made that the season can't be completed, it isn't worth risking lives over.

Then the consequences need to be decided, for ease I'll work from the top of the table down.
Do the current positions stand for prize money.
Do we have a vote on awarding us the title or just say no champions and it's bad luck?
For 'football merit' is the current positions fair for European qualification?
Do teams get relegated or do we increase the league for a year?

Personally I think we should be leading the way on this and put our vested interest to one side, health comes first. Let the players know where they stand and enjoy time with their families and have an extended break.
Plus if the clubs admit the inevitable they can deal with the logistical issues of staying a float.


17.) 25 Apr 2020 21:19:30
I wish it was just about Liverpool Ed002, if so I’d be having a quiet night on here and just reading Ed001’s brilliant topics.

You can’t award Promotions To the PL and all the benefits associated, similarly, you can’t award CL spots and all the benefits associated- tv revenue, increased gate income ( I know this isn’t so relative, have taken note from Ylur previous discussions regarding bums on seats - I do listen to you! ) then there’s the added bonus of attraction better quality players by playing in the CL, this has been discussed many a time on here, especially the United page.

So we won’t agree on this Ed002 but I do appreciate your insight and knowledge as always, have a good weekend 👍.

{Ed002's Note - Making the season void is not an option. But by all means write to Mr Moore and suggest he proposes that to the Premier League at the same time as Liverpool are turning down the prize money.}


18.) 25 Apr 2020 22:23:02
You know what Ed002.

I might just do that, give me your email address and I’ll BCC you in.


19.) 25 Apr 2020 22:30:37
I’m intrigued by you Ed002, your knowledge of the game is without doubt is unprecedented, that’s why if I get the opportunity, I like to pit my pitiful wits against you.

I get you’re the opportunist, Nomadic, Rodeo Clown but I’d love to know your real profession and how you know so much about the game.

I would have no problem being stranded with you on an island for 24 hours to which I could seriously pick your brains.


20.) 26 Apr 2020 11:19:28
I don't know what the prob is here, really. Ed02 has said repeatedly that voiding the season is OFF the table for the PL clubs. All other options are on the table and discussions are ongoing. Btw, Cancelling the season is NOT the same as voiding the season IMO, cos cancelling simply means we end the season where we currently are for which, the outcome will have to be determined.

If indeed Liverpool have become an embarrassment during these meetings then they should just chill out and stop acting in such a way. This is a complicated issue for which there are NO best case scenarios that will suit everyone involved (including the lower leagues) so let's wait and see.

On another note, I would like to thank Ed02 for all the information he provides us to keep us abreast with developments. Pls, continue to do so, my friend. Stay safe and YNWA!

{Ed002's Note - Thanks. One other consideration that perhaps has not been considered by those wanting to cancel or postpone next season's events is the money. There will be considerably more money lost that clubs cannot afford. There are clubs, including Liverpool who are depending on the final payments from this season to pay commitments the clubs have over unpaid transfer fees, money owed to banks, loans etc.. You will also likely see clubs coming begging for solutions to commitments already made for this summer - for example Chelsea has already more than £70M in agreed sales this summer and have already been approached by one side to request a discussion over payment. There will be others in the same position.

So it is not a simple issue for clubs to decide and the discussions about the dates UEFA are trying to impose could put undue pressure on the powers that be and result in a return to training and playing without the potential health consequences being taken in to account. And, in some countries, there is a chance that some clubs could actually refuse to play.}


21.) 26 Apr 2020 11:23:45
I realise that what I’d like to see and what will happen are pretty far apart, but I’d like to have a working aim to start off this season again from March 2021 with whomever the clubs have been able to to keep hold of or recruit in the meantime. Have a years break then clubs can work out how to manage their finances to suit. No situation will suit everyone, but at least the virus will have time to be dealt with better without trying to shoehorn everything in to suit sponsors and fat cats. Take money out of the issue and rationality could function much better.

{Ed002's Note - Financially crippling and no chance of such an approach would be considered. If that were the case the "elite" sides would take the time to work on splitting away and numerous clubs would be out of business with no income at all. It is nothing whatsoever to do with "sponsors and fat cats".}


22.) 26 Apr 2020 19:36:09
Many thanks for the info, Ed02. I did not even consider the money situation for next season should it be postponed or cancelled. Personally, I wanted next season to be postponed till this one is finished BUT thanks to your info, I now see how that can't work cos of the money and what clubs have forecasted and the commitments they have made to other clubs for transfers and unpaid payments for players, banks etc., based on those parachute payments.

I also feel that UEFA should back off a bit with their stance on dates when they would like the l=season to be finished cos we all know the Pandemic is a fluid situation and hence, all scheduling has to be fluid cos like it or not, it is the governments of these countries that decide when things can reopen again. Not UEFA. This is why the Dutch season was cancelled. The government said no movement or easing of lockdown till at least Sept. and based on how the Eredivisie is setup, Sept. just would not work so they chose to end everything right now. At least, that's what I read.

Please, keep the info coming, man cos I am getting smarter on this issue as it unfolds cos clearly, there are no silver bullets here. Stay safe, my friend.

{Ed002's Note - Money is a big deal for many of the clubs, including Liverpool. As for UEFA, they have backed off some but are interferring still. The "elite" sides wrote and told them they were well over the line with their demands and that led them to step back a little. Governments vary considerably - some will have a safe route in mind like the Netherlands and just make the decision. Others will allow pressure to get to them - but what if the unthinkable happens?}


23.) 26 Apr 2020 22:15:53
We just got to wait and see, Ed02. Peace!


 

 

08 Apr 2020 17:23:08
Hi,
I hear that Besiktas want to get rid of Karius (possibly replacing him with Joe Heart, which shows the level of their ambition) .

If they did release him at the end of his loan period, what is likely to happen to him and how would that effect our other keepers?

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - Try the search engine.}


1.) 08 Apr 2020 20:18:12
don't get why that shows there level of ambition, Karius is awful mate not even as good as Joe Heart got to be the worst first team keeper we have had all the time I have followed Liverpool.


2.) 08 Apr 2020 21:49:14
Tesco are recruiting?


3.) 09 Apr 2020 02:10:39
Agree grino. He’s as much a goal keeper as he is a dinner lady.


 

 

17 Mar 2020 17:40:42
Have you guys read this BBC article about Bobby?

Roberto Firmino article

MikeyB

1.) 18 Mar 2020 21:59:38
Breathe-taking stuff there, Mikey B. Many thanks for posting the article. I now love Bobbie even more now. Not for his excellent ability on the football pitch BUT more importantly, who he is as a man. A truly loving, caring and humble human being who puts others before himself.


 

 

20 Feb 2020 21:21:21
Hi, Ed, I remember not so long ago we were in danger of falling foul of FFP. Has that situation worked through fully. With Citeh in retrospect trouble, I hope we have no lingering issues?

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool are in good shape.}


1.) 21 Feb 2020 14:09:29
Ed 2 how are you doing mate? I hope life is treating you well, where in the world are you right now? Take care.

{Ed002's Note - Right now I am in Cornwall and trying to catch up on some things. And I expect to be here a couple more weeks hopefully. Hope you are keeping well.}


2.) 22 Feb 2020 10:34:29
Very good ed2, as long as you're well that's the main :) . Have a good weekend mate.

{Ed002's Note - And you.}


 

 

 

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21 May 2020 17:33:25
Den, Mbape is coming to Liverpool, done deal 😎.

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05 May 2020 11:24:04
The Government advice is that; if neutral venues are used, it will be stadiums that are outside of city centres. This means places where the police can control any possible crowds coming to the stadium. Places Like the Olympic Stadium.

It is simply not going to happen that all stadiums are used, so somebody will have to accept a neutral venue any how.

That is, if the season is played out.

MikeyB

 

 

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10 Mar 2020 21:01:13
I think Ed2 has been at the wind up juice 😉.

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24 Sep 2019 19:24:40
A very good mate of mine was recruited to Nike last month. He is a marketing guru and Liverpool fanatic. He is / was to be a senior guy on a new account for them, however announcements are being delayed. It seems due process has not been followed and it is a bit messy. But hay, this is the first time I have had a legit source to discuss anything with on this site 😉.

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17 Jun 2019 19:57:19
It's been a while since out B team managed to push a player in to our first 11 😉😎😋.

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25 Apr 2020 17:36:03
I believe there is a good chance the Bundesliga will start up next month. If so, we will see if the logistics work there as it will be a model for the EPL.

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - No it won't. Germany was a light year better prepared than the UK and starting up on the basis of a different country starting up would be a recipe for disaster.}


 

 

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25 Apr 2020 14:40:16
The screenshot is not yet in the sightings section. But essentially Fulham believe the premier league will start in June, likely behind closed doors. 2 games a week until conclusion. The players need to get back to training first, but talks are under way between the FA and government.

MikeyB

{Ed002's Note - That is all news to the Premier League who met yesterday.}


 

 

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14 Apr 2020 16:26:30
But he secured Stewart Downing for us!

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19 Mar 2020 21:13:28
How please?

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20 Jan 2020 17:58:03
In fairness to the Mancs (why am I even writing this), the team that won the 2000 Premier league did really race away with the league.

But not to the same extent as us now. We are just ridiculous.

On that note, I bought a parrot and every time we win, it sings You'll never walk alone. My mate asked me what it did when we lose, but I have no idea, i've only had it a year!

MikeyB

{Ed025's Note - nice one mikey..