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16 Aug 2019 11:31:31
Adrian a doubt for a Saturday, apparently a fan ran in to celebrate, slipped and took him out. A decision will be made tomorrow.




13 Aug 2019 10:38:51
Lovren not included in the squad for the super cup due to 'Illness', either it is a huge coincidence or the club are working on his departure.

Or maybe I should just put my tin foil hat away.


1.) 13 Aug 2019 11:06:48
Gomez and Matip are there as CB cover so I do not read too much into this but it is good to see the following young lads make it (Brewster, Hoever, Kelleher abd Elliott) - van der berg is not included so it must be a numbers thing so I only expect Lovren to leave if we get a decent sized bid, 15m as reported today is a very good price for the buyer.

2.) 13 Aug 2019 18:03:22
How is gomez CB cover? He’s first choice.



26 Mar 2019 11:09:11
I have to ask, ed002 any truth in the Moreno rumours to Barca. Good luck to him if it's true!


{Ed002's Note - Not that I am aware, Barcelona are already discussing bringing in one first team starter at LB an one for the future at LB.}

1.) 26 Mar 2019 15:35:09
Looks like Lazio could be his next destination.



18 Jul 2018 19:35:08
Why are both the echo and Sky reporting this Alisson deal as breaking the record that city paid for ederson? It may be the premier league record but the actual record was Buffon back in 2001.

On the subject of Alisson not seen much of him but ed001 seems to rate him highly so thatll do for me.

Also gutted for the ox, the reaction on here shows how integral he became to the squad and hope his recovery goes well.


1.) 18 Jul 2018 19:59:52
Reporters only have a 5 second memory, they probably forgot all about Buffon being the worlds most expensive keeper until this deal is completed lol.

2.) 18 Jul 2018 20:04:30
It varies depending on which currency you use because of the fluctuation in exchange rate.

Buffon held the euro record. Ederson held the sterling record. Alisson breaks both records.

3.) 18 Jul 2018 20:39:02
It’s being reported as. PL record.

4.) 18 Jul 2018 21:40:36
Didn’t they pay 52 Euro’s but for Buffon and Lilian Thurman, so for 2 players.

5.) 18 Jul 2018 23:21:08
It’s as Adam said. Buffon, although more Euros, was sold at a time when the £ was much stronger against the €.

Hence Buffon in £ at the time (2001?) is less than Ederson in £ when he was bought last year.

Not much in it, mind.

And when you think about the inflation of transfer fees in the last 15-20 years, Buffons transfer fee was in the Coutinho - Neymar range in today’s market!

What’s most amazing is that, in light of everything, Juve STILL got a bargain!



04 Feb 2018 13:12:51
In regards to the champions league it is a competition we all love but I feel it has also given a way out for many teams including us, to say, we finished top four it’s a good season.

Take champions league out of it and the only thing that should matter is winning the league (which only one team can do a year but you should be damn close in doing so) and winning a trophy.

Why has the champions league become bigger than the domestic league? don't get me wrong 2005 will live long in the memory but as an English club domestic success should be the be all and end all. For instance I’ll remember 08/09 as we came so close and even closer in 13/14 but I don’t remember the other seasons where we scrape 4th. Finishing top should be and always should be the aim with an FA Cup or League Cup (none of this carabao nonsense) .


1.) 04 Feb 2018 13:31:13
I don't think qualifying for the champions league has taken precedent over winning the title, it's just the minimum requirement from top 6 teams currently. I think if you asked most Liverpool fans they would prefer the domestic title and I think if you asked our owners they would prefer to be the owners that helped give LFC that. Where have you drawn this conclusion that the champions league is more important? It's more important for citeh currently because they haven't won it yet, and you can bet your bottom dollar that every manager within the top 6 absolutely strives to be crowned champions of the premier league, its not like citeh was the only team set out to try for the title this year and the other 5 just wanted top 4. it's just how the season has panned out with citeh being so consistent in results.

2.) 04 Feb 2018 14:04:03
Sorry WYred but surely you understand the financial rewards for UCL qualification and progression due to tv rights sponsorship etc etc. All fans want the big name players at their clubs, those players in turn want paying big money and want to be playing in the most competitive competition there is in club football the UCL. Its sad really that most clubs view the English domestic competitions as a hindrance nowadays due money pure and simple.

3.) 04 Feb 2018 14:44:06
Why not go for both? 🤔.

4.) 04 Feb 2018 16:25:09
I don’t think CL or top 4 has taken precedence over the league at all, but it’s about being able to realistically build a team that can compete. I would take the title over the CL and I would take a title over a top 4 space the following/ previous season. Money isn’t really an issue any more but top players want to play in the CL, end of story, without CL our best players, who we will have usually been forced to nurture ourselves from young talents because of not being able to attract top players, will want to leave for a better chance of winning trophies/ playing CL and so the cycle continues. There are extraordinary events of course, I. e. Leicester but this was an exception, not the rule, and i’ll be amazed if I see similar again in my lifetime. Top 4 and CL is not the be all and end all, but it is necessary to become and stay as a top team. I said at the start of the year Top four for us would be a successful season and I stand by that.

5.) 04 Feb 2018 18:50:44
Because it helps to attract the best new players.

6.) 04 Feb 2018 20:21:32
Correct stoneage 🤝.

7.) 04 Feb 2018 21:43:49
It's not always the case arsenal jus bought abumayang they ain't in champs league an also in 6th, also if u have a manager a player wants too play under that helps as abumayang has said he wanted too play under Wenger an he now playing for arsenal, as vvd wanted too play for Liverpool also.

8.) 04 Feb 2018 23:34:30
Apologies don't think i worded my point correctly. My point was that qualifying for the champions league was considered a success. I. e. we finished top four so we had a good season.

The only measurement for a good season should be winning a trophy. You could argue a title challenge is successful but only if you just miss out. But finishing fourth should not be considered an achievement it is a mere bonus that you have qualified for the champions league.

Obviously champs league has the money and attracts players, and in my original post that question was rhetroical as its money the makes the game go round which is an unfortunate outcome of the game becoming so successful.

9.) 05 Feb 2018 09:59:17
WYred, there's a difference between winning trophies and achieving targets. Both Wigan and Swansea have won major trophies since our last one but clearly they're not better teams than us. So we need a better way of measuring how well we're currently doing and that's the league.

Goals scored is a great measure of our attack, goals conceded of our defence and points of our general standing. If these records are going up or down season by season then that's measure of our progress.

Being in the top four isn't success in itself but it's a target that's shows we're improving. From 2010-16 we made the top four once, hopefully we going to do it for the second time in a row this season, that's progress.

If we start to come top four regularly then we can increase our targets to 'challenge for the title' and if we challenge for the title regularly we can increase our target to 'win the league'. That's the aim but it's a journey.

Saying we're unsuccessful because we didn't win the league is unhelpful as it wasn't a realistic target for us this season. Having a target of 'top four' and achieving that target shows we're on the right track.

10.) 05 Feb 2018 10:59:00
I think for this season if we qualified for champs league 2 seasons in a row that's progression too were we have come from, it shows a level of consistency in the league but obviously we have too take it too the next level in terms of winning leagues an cups, from the top too the bottom of the club as a whole we always should b thinking through the ceiling but these days money is king an we lag behind in that department as there are 5 or six teams as just as wealthy an 3 of them have juggernaut money.

11.) 05 Feb 2018 11:07:41
So the measurement for success is winning a trophy but you’d rather not be in a competition with a trophy up for grabs so you can focus on 3 other comps, at least 2 of which are less prestigious?

12.) 05 Feb 2018 11:35:43
I still don't think you're correct WYred - most people laugh at the few who considers it a success on it's own merit.

However, most things in life happen in steps. We've spent almost a decade out of the Champions League for the most part, so the first step is getting back into it and solidifying our position as regulars. It's a good indication of the path to success - no one really believes its the end goal of it.

13.) 05 Feb 2018 12:09:27
i think top 2 should should qualify automatic for CL and the winner of both cups get the remaining two place.

14.) 05 Feb 2018 12:33:32
Hailstones. aubumayang went to Arsenal because no other big club would buy him and he wanted to move! Also his current club are out the champions league so it made no difference to his current season.

15.) 05 Feb 2018 15:00:27
Tia, mate abumayang is quality he will bag arsenal a lot of goals bet u he has a field day in the premiership, no one wanted Suarez but we did, no one wanted coutihno we did, no one wanted Salah we did, doesn't mean anything they have a world class striker.

16.) 05 Feb 2018 16:11:36
Swish, I never said I don't want to be in the champions league, my point is that you shouldn't meerly aim for top four (you may during the season have to adapt your targets depending on results) but before a ball is kicked the title should be the aim plus any trophy your competing in.

ending a season with just a top four finish can be seen as progress from where we have been but should still be considered an average season at best.

This site is about opinions which over certain things will differ but it is what makes this site so addictive.

17.) 05 Feb 2018 18:36:26
how many clubs, Liverpool included, wish for top four, it brings so many pluses, meaning you have performed well in the bread and butter of the premiership, then to have a good run, in all the cups, hoping to win one of course, really being in the Champions League does attract the better players, and money,
this then means you can then strenghten your team, giving you a better chance to win games,
so the best teams, then have a much better chance of staying up there with the best,
we have just added VVD and Mo Salah, our full back situation looks so much better now, even Karius is improving, we have Kieta coming here in 4 months, Lovren looks good with VVD,
there to me I can see a big improvement,
if we can add a class midfielder, we can def set our sights even higher next season .

18.) 06 Feb 2018 02:24:55
WY, the aim is to win everything we enter, the top 4 is the minimum level we want to be achieving, not maximum. just cos that's what we reference as a milestone doesn't mean that we're only happy competing at that level.




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23 May 2020 15:16:19
So has anyone been watching the german games?

I'm slowly getting used to no fans, obviously it's not ideal but its definitely better then no football.

Also the level of intensity has improved since last week but it will take time to get back to full fitness.

Hopefully the safety issues can be ironed out and get the PL back as I for one I tend to watch as much football as I can get away with!


1.) 23 May 2020 16:18:54
OP, I am watching the German games and frankly, I'm cool with it. Not arsed about fans not being in the stadium cos that is already baked into my thinking and also, I have watched games behind closed doors before so nothing new to me. I will watch the games from this week to see if the intensity has indeed improved.

2.) 23 May 2020 17:43:57
On the few occasions I actually watch football, I always have the sound off anyway. Nothing worse than hearing the commentators blah on for 90 odd minutes.

3.) 23 May 2020 19:51:34
Players moaning they can’t have a shower god love them getting into their 300k cars with sweaty balls! I remember the days you’d be playing and getting stripped n changed in a car park during the rain.

4.) 23 May 2020 20:38:58
I hear some Milwall fans h a ve set up a support and advice website to deal with the closed doors football.

Will be a shame to win the title in an empty stadium. Ignore that sentence. The first 8 words should never be said in that order.

5.) 23 May 2020 21:22:29
I don't advise going on the Millwall support site. There's a lot of "geezer this" and "treacle that" they were asking for a bag of sand as well. I'm not sure how you'd send that.



16 May 2020 10:23:14
I think when they eventually get asked, players have a right to decide if they wish to return or not. however if they decide against returning then they should be furloughed.

Each individual player has to consider there own circumstances and decide if it is right for them to return. Obviously there are a few safety concerns regarding social distancing etc but we are all likely going to have to make similar decisions if/ when we are asked back to work. For instance, if I decide that it is unsafe for me to return to work then I fully expect I'd have no job to go back to.

Footballers are in an incredibly fortunate position and some of them throwing a strop doesn't sit to well. And I would also say if any liverpool player decided to not come back I would completely back their position.

We have care and health workers who are not working in safe environments to protect others and you are complaining because your being asked to work but will be tested on multiple occasions? Obviously all the footballers will have different scenarios at home I. e. pregnant wife or vulnerable family members. But I just want then to appreciate what others have to go through to potentially keep a roof over their head..


{Ed002's Note - The players have been asked and there was a meeting on Thursday to discuss their views and the provisions to be made for cleaning everything etc.. The biggest issue will come with the disclaimers they will be asked to sign. Some players have serious reservations.}

1.) 16 May 2020 11:20:27
If players want to stay home that’s fine, there will be squad players and academy players that will be chomping at the Bit to get a game! It’s not a surprise that Troy Deeney (captain of the club sat in 17th place clinging on by goal difference) doesn’t want to play.

2.) 16 May 2020 11:44:48
Some of us have worked every day meeting people throughout our shifts, Docs and Nurses, care home workers, posties like me etc etc.

Some posties are home, some at work and some moved to nights. My point is that we had choices. Players have a choice and if they feel at risk fair enough. But it is annoying that most of the players saying stop the season are in the bottom 4/ 5 clubs. No coincedence there. As Lfc8 said, others can play in their place.

Sorry Troy but you should not avoid relagation by default. Man up.

3.) 16 May 2020 11:47:34
Totally agree WYred, as someone whos mother has to go back to work on Monday in a special needs school, with pupils in, with a liternay of health concerns, and a reduced ability to safeguard or socially distance with nowhere near the safety measures taken that are being offered to professional footballers, who have been told to not wear masks apart from changing nappies, its really pretty hard to get behind footballers and their reservations.

{Ed001's Note - surely the point is schools shouldn't be going back either?}

4.) 16 May 2020 11:51:40
Thanks Ed’s for sticking my posts together, fat finger syndrome.

I can imagine some players have reservations Ed and I completely get it, but will they have a vote similar to the clubs. I. e. 70% majority of players are happy with the proposals?

As I cannot see how you please everyone involved with football here.

Personally, I think the powers that be want the game back hook or By crook and certain players will have to decide if they come back or tell their clubs that they wish to wait, which they are well within their right to.

And I agree LF8 but if there is a huge majority in the same bracket then the argument will arise about the integrity of the sport. Is it fair for teams to finish a season with u23’s if the majority of the first team squad don’t want to play due to the virus?

{Ed002's Note - No, there is no vote related to the players. Who are these "powers that be" you are referring to? LF8s comment about Troy Deeney is ill-informed of the situation.}

5.) 16 May 2020 12:18:48
I can't sit here and say wether or when schools should return or not, I'm not informed enough to make that statement either way (my personal opinion is they shouldn't)
Regardless of wether they should or should't the point is they are, with considerably less talk about it or polling of people opinions. I can guarantee the majority of staff do not want to go back but who is asking them?

6.) 16 May 2020 12:38:23
I actually think footballers should go back before schools.

I understand everyone has a choice to go back or not.

However it is obvious that the risk is a lot higher for the rest of the nation returning to work compared to top level footballers.

Millions of pounds will be spent on footballers work space and life to ensure they are as safe as possible inc regular deep cleans, testing every few days, isolated in hotels with team mates to reduce even further the risk of contracting, clubs will have staff that will enforce the rules to ensure they've done all they can.

Compared that to schools and other workspaces that will just put tape on the floor 2ms apart and encourage people to work different hours inc weekends or later into the evenings to reduce overcrowding etc.

7.) 16 May 2020 13:54:36
Troy Deeney also said that Liverpool should win the League, so he has a good head on his shoulders 😀. In all honesty tho, football in the UK shouldn't even be a consideration. It's just not worth the risk. Call it now, Liverpool League winners, CL and EL as they stand now, no relegation and 2 teams promoted. Give everyone time to assess and breathing space. Maybe a couple of months might improve things and everyone can have a little more confidence.

{Ed002's Note - The clubs will discuss options on Monday - but it is unlikely they will agree on one. One club has already said that they will reject any deal where there is promotion without relegation - and a couple of other sides could agree.}

8.) 16 May 2020 14:44:27
Could someone explain promotion without relegation to me? I know WonderDogSparky mentioned it, I don't see why it wouldn't be both or neither, or for me relegation without promotion makes more sense? Is it just that this seems punishing? If clubs lower down the leagues go bankrupt then those leagues will have less clubs, The PL already has a pretty congested fixture schedule, with the newly added winter break add to that the uncertainity around the start of next season and trying to squeeze in extra fixtures doesn't seem convenient to me.

{Ed002's Note - This is an exceptional season and provisions need to be made to provide an end game if the season cannot be played out. One option is to promote sides without relegation.}

9.) 16 May 2020 14:51:09
What's their issue with promotion and no relegation? Is it due to tv money being split further? Or simply down to a congested schedule?

{Ed002's Note - They don't care about the schedule at all. It is simply about the money.}

10.) 16 May 2020 15:07:14
I understand that is an option Ed, but i assume that relegation without promotion likely isnt, I certainly haven't heard it mentioned. Is it because its presumed to be more favourable if/ when put to a vote? Whereas relegation and no promotion would almost certainly be rejected by atleast clubs that face relegation? Or are there other reasons that mean it couldn't be considered?
I don't personally understand the benefits of promotion without relegation as opposed to having neither or both.

{Ed002's Note - It has never been proposed to have relegation and no promotion.}



10 May 2020 19:46:57
I've figured it, let football resume but they all have to be in zorbs, that should keep them 2m apart.

But a question regarding the need to televise games why the need for so many cameras? Couldn't we just have one similar to how youd watch the game if you were there? We all need to compromise but I'd happily watch the game from one shot, might give you a better analytical view of the game.

And people can play sport if they are from the same household, so footballers just need to move in together!


{Ed002's Note - What were you expecting.}

1.) 10 May 2020 20:35:18
Apologies ed, the majority of my post was intended with my tounge firmly in my cheek.

2.) 11 May 2020 18:57:15
Presumably you’d still need to be able to run VAR and so will need several cameras?



10 May 2020 08:51:38
In danger of sounding like a broken record the leagues need to act and decide how to prematurely conclude the season.

Dresden have put there squad in isolation as two test positive for the virus, so are now in 14 day quarantine. So are they just going to have to concede games? Surely that’s isn't keeping the sporting integrity.

We have twenty clubs and two organisations (EFL and PL) surely between them they can come up with a fair way to conclude proceedings and keep as many people as happy as possible.

I want football back as much as anyone but if we bring it back it’s in danger of becoming a farce. How foolish will it look if we bring it back, or try to, and within a week or two we have to shelve it again because a teams in quarantine. We are supposedly the biggest league in the world let’s lead from the front.

And we have the biggest death total in Europe so let’s not try and pretend we are in the same boat as the Germans, we not even in the same ocean.


1.) 10 May 2020 10:55:06
The decision needs to be made I agree mate I am actually against some of the options like private sources for corona testing gear for the players no matter what untill the nhs and all public medical units are fully stocked this should not even be considered as a private market will create demand for products already in short supply and anyone capable of supplying the gear should be selling it to the health service.

2.) 10 May 2020 13:53:01
Tbh berg that doesn’t phase me too much because there should be someone competent enough to be able to source the materials first ahead of football. However if sports, and tbh businesses do go above the NHS and it starts going to the highest bidder that’s a whole different issue.

I just don’t think it’s worth putting all the effort in to get it back up and running for a player or coach to catch the virus and bring it all come tumbling down.

Football is what we all have in common across these pages and I truly believe it has the potential to show the way. However, if they do manage to get it past government and then decide between 20 clubs on a way to get it up and running. I think it’ll do more damage to the sport in the long run as it’ll be clear it’s returned for monetary purposes rather then looking out for the welfare of the players and staff.

3.) 10 May 2020 15:28:15
It's one of them wy if you had 20 items of ppe to sell and the nhs pay you £100 bit the prem teams will give you £200 who would you you sell them to? But 50 games (ish) with all involved to be tested every game say 30 people per team (maybe more I don't know it's just a rough guess) but that still requires 3000 tests to complete the league but they could donate/ sell them on to the nhs to help with the testing e. t. c.

4.) 10 May 2020 16:54:15
Sorry wyred but I suggest you stop trusting these lying politicians who blatantly lied abou 911 and Iraq and the fact they’re manipulating statistics to suit there agenda of control. MY father is on anti cancer drugs with no immune system and has survived this virus. Stop now trusting the mainstream media owned by the elites as it’s a load of tosh. You’re all being had and giving up you’re rights for something no more dangerous than the flu.

5.) 10 May 2020 17:52:18
Dont get me wrong Pete, I think within the figures some are presumed cases. However this disease is bad (the disease is not fake) and the UK have greatly mishandled the situation. also the media are only interested in the amount of £'s and clicks rather than their actual purpose which is to inform.

However I wish your dad well and glad he has managed to beat it. Unfortunately others are not as lucky.

6.) 10 May 2020 18:26:19
Thanks wy I wish you and you’re family the best too

Sorry if I come across as condescending I just want to try to wake as many people up as I can to other news than mainstream and not to trust these crooked politicians.

7.) 10 May 2020 19:28:35
I have to say Pete I think it is remiss of you to portray such a message and I can only hope that people have more sense than you unfortunately.
When I see footage of mass graves in New York and the amount of deaths of countries thru out the world in the space of 2 months, I can only think that someone comparing this virus to the flu is somewhat delusional.

8.) 11 May 2020 01:06:25
in countries where they are doing a reasonable job of not fudging the test results / mortality rates its appears that the virus is about 6.5 times as deadly as the common flu.

{Ed033's Note - I see Reuters and other media outlets saying in Tanzania a Pawpaw fruit and a Goat tested positive for C.V. so there's some fudging going on somewhere.

Goat and pawpaw fruit test positive

9.) 12 May 2020 01:05:10
Its not helped by many of the testing kits being dodgy as hell eg A chinese company sold a truckload of kits to Spain which turned out to be only 30% accurate. You could make educated guesses and be more accurate than that.



03 May 2020 17:47:06
Apologies Ed's if this story in the bbc is a non starter but if true then what's the point?

The story I'm referring to is the one about clubs supporting neutral venues if relegation is removed? If this happens then what's the point? The 'integrity' that they are fighting for goes out the window as the clubs have nothing to fight for and are just completing it for the sake of ticking a box.

For instance a team fighting for Europe faces a team fighting against relegation, two teams try their best. But Remove relegation and it becomes much easier as the team that would be fighting relegation has lost the threat and therefore that edge. Watford against us is a good example, not sure they would put that performance in if sat with nothing to play for.

If they want relegation off the table then a line should be drawn now, let leeds and WBA come up and scrap a cup for one season to make way for extra games. Vote on us being crowned champions and teams currently in the european spots sit as it is. fa cup place goes to 7th and the league goes back to 28 games for final positions so everyone has played the same for prize money.

PPG doesn't work as doesn't take into account remaining fixtures and isn't maintaining the integrity they crave the only one I would back is the super computers who take into account form and previous results etc. Run it 1000 times and take averages of the results. If they did this, not saying for a second they will, but that could decide final positions for prize money. But I wouldn't decide euro places or relegation using this method.


{Ed002's Note - I have answered this already. It is not just the teams at the bottom in opposition.}

1.) 03 May 2020 18:50:01
I'm not sure that Manchester United would agree with that. They have a good chance of getting fourth with the form that they were in.

I agree that scrapping relegation is absolutely pointless. If that's the case, 45% of the league have absolutely nothing to play for and are risking their players', staff's, broadcaster's, officials' health for nothing.

2.) 04 May 2020 21:14:27
If you scrap relegation then what is the freaking point? Might as well turn the PL into the NBA, MLB or the NFL where there is no relegation.

Look, I can understand the bottom teams doing it cos they have an agenda of trying to take advantage of a Pandemic, to skate free from the spectre of relegation that their crap performances this season has deserved. Craven and opportunistic? Yes, BUT I get the thinking behind it.

Now this other club that is for no relegation is the one I don't get what their motive would be.




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28 May 2020 15:59:41
Still not going to celebrate just yet, think the key will be the tests and results after contact training returns. If a small amount come back positive then I think we will be ok, a large amount or a high amount within one team and we will be back to square one.




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14 May 2020 17:09:14
I know it’ll be a huge problem with us Ed002 I don’t disagree.




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14 May 2020 16:43:37
Without neutral venues, any idea how to fix it?
I would say points deductions but youd just have fans turning up at each others grounds.
Life bans won't work as the majority won't attend games and the manpower to police it would be huge.
I get why some clubs were against neutral grounds but I hope its something they can find a way to compromise on. Until then I'll be watching the Bundesliga!


{Ed002's Note - It is only the Liverpool supporters that think fans of other clubs turn up at Anfield. The problem quite frankly will be the Liverpool supporters way more than any others.}



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14 May 2020 16:11:37
I really hope fans don’t gather outside grounds, hopefully the germans will set an example on the weekend.

However they have a much more trusting society, and they listen to authority.


{Ed002's Note - That is one of the major issues.}



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06 May 2020 10:54:51
I think we wanted him and would of likely gone for him pre-Covid however this has changed the majority of teams plans for the summer.
We have clearly turned his head, now we find a way to stump up the cash imo.
Problem is RBL now have an lfc created problem on their hands that they would prefer resolved sooner rather then later.





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29 May 2020 14:58:38
I saw a potential list of games online, no idea how true it is but it effected some of our away games to. So if they need a couple of our games at neutral venues so be it.

The team have done incredibly well to get in the position we are in, so shouldn't impact our overall goal too much. and if this is a sacrifice that needs to be made by the club to ensure safety and benefit project restart then I'm all for it.




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27 May 2020 20:48:02
Poor Harry still hasn’t been seen since he entered Ed002 basement! Welcome to the mad house Robbie.




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26 May 2020 20:35:55
Didn’t Rafa try and replace Alonso with Barry, he may be in Liverpool folklore but that was a mistake. Although it did push Alonso to have his best season with us before moving.
But Rafa wasted loads of money, aqualani being an obvious highlight.




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24 May 2020 19:47:32
DTD hunts is right, speculating now is pointless. Ed002 has kindly kept us updated and what will be will be.
Personally I think it’ll be back around the 19th June.




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21 May 2020 20:43:02
Ed002, do you reckon those games will be played before the agreed resumption date. Say they want the 1st weekend to be the 19th (as I think itll get pushed back from the 12th) is it likely those games will be played the midweek prior?


{Ed002's Note - There is no "agreed resumption date". The plan is to play those two games first so we have a baseline. But it is a tentative plan at present with many things to be resolved first.}