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17 Jan 2019 13:21:46
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17 Jan 2019 13:21:46
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17 Jan 2019 11:19:51
Does anyone know how Jack Robinson is doing at Nottingham Forest?

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17 Jan 2019 11:53:53
i think he is doing alright, but you'd have to ask him.

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17 Jan 2019 10:03:45
With the markovic situation if no one is interested in buying him surely we should be just making an agreement for him to leave early?

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17 Jan 2019 11:25:44
I think no one is interested in buying him 'at the price we've set'. It is for the good of both the club and the player that we let him leave (maybe for a fee, but a reasonable one) but it's not exactly our MO to actually do the right thing most of the time.

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17 Jan 2019 08:25:28
Its correct that people seem to forget how good Couthinio was for us. He gave it his all when he was with us.

Remember the game away to stoke in 16/ 17 season when he was not fit and left behind by Klopp but he drove him self to stoke, asked klopp to put him on the bench came on at half time when we were 1-0 down and score and assisted for us to win the game.

So let's respect what he has also done for the club. He got an opportunity to go for his dream he left and we got a lot of money. He could have stalled signing his contract like them arsenal boys but he signed a new contract a year or so before leaving i think.

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17 Jan 2019 08:38:50
I think you’re looking at it with a bit of rose tint mate.

He went on strike, went public of his desire to leave and faked injuries - not cool

However, it seems a lot of the time in football people hold grudges and take things a bit personally.

For me, what he did was bang out of order. But if he publically apologised and said how he regretted his actions etc, it would be forgotten for me.

Everyone makes errors of judgement or does things they wished they hadn’t. And everyone deserves a second chance.

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17 Jan 2019 08:49:41
I think behind the season he had told the club he wanted to leave if Barcelona came. He must have signed a new contract with no buy out clause in good faith.

We got a lot of money for him and we benefited for that. He didn't go to a rival english club.

And like the example I gave he gave all for the club when he was around.

Much better than what the like of Torres did to us.

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{Ed001's Note - how did we get a lot of money for him? We still haven't received anything like the £100m the papers talk about. I wish people would actually find out the truth before claiming others are ignorant.

He signed nothing in good faith, the reason for no buy out clause was purely because they are not legally binding in English football.}

17 Jan 2019 08:55:59
Why is still a discussion? He is gone, move on. Who cares whether he does well at Barcelona or not? He got the move he wanted, we got the money for our summer spending spree and have a better squad now. He is never coming back to LFC, so he can have his second chance elsewhere.

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{Ed001's Note - we didn't get the money from his sale! It does not work like that.}

17 Jan 2019 09:34:17
Is it not correct though Ed that although we didn’t get all of the money upfront we can spend based on the certainty of the instalments being paid in future?
Surely they can’t say as he’s not good enough they aren’t going to pay the agreed amount?

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{Ed001's Note - of course you can't spend when it is based on appearances etc. We won't get them if he is sold, which looks likely. You can't base a financial decision on what might come in unless you are Peter Ridsdale.}

17 Jan 2019 09:45:14
i fully understand coutinho's situation. i am an software Developer and i am Happy at where i am until Google called. now i have my mind set to Work at Google. that is just simply a dream move which i guess similar to coutinho's situation.

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17 Jan 2019 09:49:15
And that's why Southampton made such a great deal (for them) when they sold us VVD. They knew Klopp wanted him at all costs, and simply sat there until they got what they wanted and all upfront. I guess in time we will feel it was a great deal for us too, going by VVD's performances. I know it's not the norm, but still the best way to do business.

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17 Jan 2019 10:02:25
The best part of the coutinho deal was the extra 100 million clause if barcelona try to sign anyone else.

It might keep salah and mane at liverpool this summer. Both looked to have eyes on barcelona. let's hope madrid don't come a knocking.

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17 Jan 2019 10:20:55
Excuse my ignorance Eds. But question, surely there is safe guards in such a deal? As what then would stop a team buying player x for £30m + £30m based on appearances etc. Then 1 season later selling him on for £50m. Thus player x never reaching required appearances. And them making a Easy £20m profit and never paying any of the add ons they negotiated! The way football is run now as a business I just can't see selling teams not putting in some sort of clause if player x is sold, within a certain time frame that wouldn't allow him required time to ever reach 50 appearances, for argument sake. Or there would be nothing stopping teams from doing this to turn a quick profit. Hope that makes sense and not to silly a question. Great site btw.

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{Ed001's Note - or like Wolves did with Afobe and buying him then selling him a few days later you mean?}

17 Jan 2019 10:25:04
That can’t be right though can it Ed? Surely we have a minimum amount that they have to give us regardless of appearances, goals etc. so we know that we are definitely getting X amount over say 5 years. Otherwise it’s a no brainer for them as we are taking all of the risk.
They can just say ‘we’ll sign him for £50mil but if he’s no good we’ll just sell him and not have to pay any more’. That would be a ridiculous way for us to do business.

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{Ed002's Note - I have explained the structure of the finances for the sale of Coutinho previously. You need to move on from this as it is simply causing a lot of confusion.}

17 Jan 2019 11:09:44
Want I really wanted to comment on was would you have him back?

And I highlighted a story based on which I would say yes I would not mind having him back if situation develops that way.

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17 Jan 2019 11:27:39
tbh you complain about him going on strike etc. but VVD did it to Southampton did he not? works both ways I for one was upset that Couts left but we have progressed much better as a team without him so good luck to him at Barcelona hopefully it works out you'll all be clapping him in 10 years time when he comes to play at a charity event like Suarez and Torres did last year.

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17 Jan 2019 11:36:48
ED002 very kindly laid out the full structure of the Coutinho deal. You can find it by searching with time stamp “31 Dec 2018 15:27:14”.

By looking at the structure most fans will realise how complex transfer deals can be, with portions which are fixed and portions which are contingents on player appearances or team performance. Also note the agent and other third party fees which are due based on their own terms.

All of this outlines the futility of predicting an unwinding of the deal to bring Couts back without having full insight of the clubs current financial position and future projection, access to legal advice and all parties around the table.

I’d love to see Coutinho challenge Mane, Keita and Shaqiri for a spot in the team but with the eye watering numbers involved I hope the club doesn’t jeapordise its future by stocking overpaid players for rotation. If the club can afford him, I’d be delighted!

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17 Jan 2019 11:52:54
So worst case after deduction towards inter and vasco we will still end up getting 110-120 mil i guess.

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{Ed001's Note - you mean best case.}

17 Jan 2019 12:23:33
Well 120 mil is confirmed with just a timing issue.

Solidarity payment to inter = (120*2.5%) *3= 7.5

Solidarity payment to vasco = (120*2.5%) *3= 7.5

5 guaranteed for 25 games

10 guaranteed for knockout stages (group 5 knock out 5)

Grand worst case total = 120-15+15= 120

I know its not as simple as this but just as an approximation for us fans.

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{Ed001's Note - has he made those appearances?}

Review Of The Day 17th January 2019

17 Jan 2019 07:29:02
{Ed's Note - Ed001 has posted a new article entitled, Review Of The Day 17th January 2019

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17 Jan 2019 08:20:41
Cheers ed great read as usual one question tho how does Steve Bruce keep getting jobs in football.

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17 Jan 2019 08:08:31
Thanks Ed001, one of my favourite Elvis images!

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{Ed001's Note - you have a favourite Elvis image? That is worrying.}

17 Jan 2019 08:39:47
Nice one Ed, much less activity accross Europe this January then I expected. A lot of the big sides still looking to restructure, one of the next windows over the next 18 months could be absolutely bonkers. Thank God Liverpool will hopefully be fairly set and not have to get involved with insane bidding wars!

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{Ed001's Note - this one still has a long way to go and a lot of big clubs are still trying to make big deals happen.}

17 Jan 2019 09:09:55
Cheers Ed, havea good one mate.

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{Ed001's Note - thanks mate you too.}

17 Jan 2019 09:48:25
Do you think may will get done Ed? I have no doubt teams will try but history would suggest it will most likely be pushed to the summer for the most part no?

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{Ed001's Note - with the Prem once again being morons and reducing the summer window, there might be more done this January than normal.}

17 Jan 2019 10:19:10
Interesting, have a good one!

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17 Jan 2019 00:10:41
Hi all
Anyone know how nat Philip's is rated by the club?

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17 Jan 2019 07:17:01
Ask Bielsa 😉.

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17 Jan 2019 08:49:39
Good one Ron!

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17 Jan 2019 12:10:34
Lol ron.

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17 Jan 2019 12:21:29
Behind Fabinho.

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17 Jan 2019 12:21:40
No idea but he showed some talent in pre season and was probably the standout defender in pre season. Tall lad, if he fills out he could become a real handful. Skill, height and strength.

He also reminded me of carra, the way he threw himself into blocks and all the last ditch defending.

I dunno if he has pace though, And that seems an important trait in klopp's high line of defence.

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16 Jan 2019 22:15:49
Harry Wilson again. I think this lad has the talent to go far, he definitely has end product. Hope he gets a chance next season as he’s definitely taken his chance on loan.

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16 Jan 2019 23:47:53
I'd love too see it as well mate, I think he would really have to step up to another level though, he has a gift of a left foot, premier league title contenders is a different ball game though.

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17 Jan 2019 00:25:44
Some doubt his all-round game, or whether he is ready to step up from the championship, but in my opinion you never know what will happen until you give them a chance. Ibe seemed destined for stardom and then fell way short. Contrastingly, someone like Kane was destined for a life in the lower divisions, was given a chance, and then worked his socks off to make the most of it. Until you put youngsters at the forefront, with all the pressure, responsibility and control over their own destiny, you never know how they are going to do.

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17 Jan 2019 00:59:14
His free kicks alone are worth $10million.

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17 Jan 2019 00:33:57
I read a post the other day from a guy with mates who regularly attend Derby games who says his all round game needs work and that he's a bit lazy tracking back.
Do you think free kick highlights mask his shortcomings? Maybe Carragold has a view too?

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17 Jan 2019 07:39:14
Not sure if people watch 90 minutes of Derby or Wales on a regular basis. I try watching Wilson off the ball, build up play, how he comfortable he is in possession. Defensive positions he takes up etc. I have to say he does not have to much involvement in most of games I've seen him in; he goes missing for large parts of every game. Which is understandable for his age; he is fantastic on a dead ball and can hit a shot. Right now he is not strong enough, doesn't have amazing skill to make up for the lack of physicality or speed. I've seen this when Derby are the stronger of the two team or the weaker team, I've seen him surrounded by a "decent" welsh team. Personally I'd love to see him get a chance at Liverpool but my gut tells me he is not ready for the Prem.

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17 Jan 2019 08:21:09
He can be taught to track back and its just how well he will respond to that.

I agree that you do not know untill you give him a chance. Surely he would be in the squad and get games in 2019/ 20 season. No pressure and then take it from there.

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17 Jan 2019 09:53:42
Speaking of talent. Not long time ago, Gabriel Jesus was destined for a life, polishing shoes in the streets of São Paulo, and now he's playing for Man City. Sometimes life just takes a big fat dig at you!

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{Ed001's Note - not sure what that has to do with talent?}

17 Jan 2019 10:51:00
The boy had great talent for shoe polishing, but then life took a turn for the worse. All Im saying is, not all people manage to embrace their real talent.

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17 Jan 2019 11:44:19
And def not forgetting dele Ali whom spurs bought him when he’s at mk don, playing in the league one .
It’s the reason that’s they sees a potential in him and most importantly he’s given a chance to play!
I dun see why lallala is still in the team and why harry Wilson can’t be given a chance .
And monitoring his performance, he’s almost playing full matches this season when he’s not injured.

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17 Jan 2019 11:56:27
That was me Burkey, im going on info season ticket holders round my way have given me, for a regular starter in midfield they say he goes missing and needs to bulk up, i say that's probably true but would he be worse than say Lallana in the squad? He clearly has something we lack apart from Shaq now and then its not that often we ram a free kick home from distance.
Let him play the season out there, see what gives in the summer.

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17 Jan 2019 13:11:21
It’s not only the free kicks MLR. He’s a great left foot with accurate shots at goal . Something which is lacking currently in the squad.
not forgetting his pin point crosses and A confident penalty Taker.
Shd try him next season!

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16 Jan 2019 21:57:11
Can I just flip the coin on the Origi to Spurs talk? (Rant Alert)

Origi has apparently attracted interest from Wolves, Fulham and West Ham. If Spurs are genuinely interested in a deal we should do business. We have to think of the player for me. How many other Champions league big hitters are looking at him? Do we no longer care about his wishes/ career if he leaves? They are 9 points behind us. So what if it helps them out? If we drop enough points for them to make that kind of gap up, it will be irrelevant because Man City will go past us way before Spurs do.

Alternatively, if Spurs are interested in a loan, let him go and get regular football for a couple of months. Playing in a top class team which deploys their centre forward as a focal point would really suit him. He'd get a raft of chances and potentially kick on to come back to us a better player. Here is the best bit though; if it did go well and Spurs started taking points off our rivals, he'd be ineligible to play against us anyway.

Maybe the argument is that we'd be short up top? But I don't get That either; we have Mane, Firmino, Salah, Shaqiri, Sturridge, Jones, and Camacho all availabke right now who can play in a front 3. Jones and Camacho have been shining in first team training for 12 months now and Klopp has blocked loans for them this month because he wants to give them more minutes in a red shirt. "But they're just kids" I hear you say? Just kids? Like Sancho, Mbappe, Rashford, and our very own Alexander-Arnold were when they started putting seasoned pro's to shame at 18 years old? People talk about City's incredible depth up top, but it's all because Pep was prepared to trust then teenagers like Sane/ Jesus, and now Foden.

Lallana, Brewster and Chamberlain will be back fit in the coming months as well. Brewster signed a new deal and rejected first team offers from Germany on the pretence that he will get first team opportunities so that can't be brushed under the carpet. Even Keita, Wijnaldum and Milner have all played left wing this season so we are far from short stocked if Origi was to leave. Maybe we as fans can question the quality of the back up options because that is entirely subjective, but the quantity of options Klopp has put his faith in, is undeniable.

If Origi has the chance to reboot his career at a top club under a great manager, let the lad go with our blessings and good luck wishes. He's more than repaid his £10m transfer fee with merseyside derby goals alone! Sorry for the rant guys and I don't expect everyone to agree because this whole post is built on an opinion as a foundation. I just had to get that one off my chest.

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16 Jan 2019 22:46:57
If they really want him he can go at the end of the season.

We have sold Solanke, if we sell Origi to Spurs that makes us short. Do you really think Spurs will give Origi a future? He’s a short term signing to cover the loss of Kane. They don’t care about the player.

Yes respect Origi and his wishes but not to the detriment to our club.

The club’s best interests come first in my opinion.

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16 Jan 2019 22:57:17
MK, you quite rightly highlight the overall strength of our squad put together by Jurgen Klopp, consisting of a mixture of those bought in over a number of transfer windows and those developed through our academy. Spurs did not buy a single player in the last transfer window, preferring to spend the money on their shiny new stadium. That strategy has rebounded on Spurs who now find themselves with a shortage of front-line strikers. Personally, I think the link with Origi is complete nonsense, dreamt up by a lazy journalist during what is a very quiet transfer window, but if I’m wrong and there is interest, why on earth would Liverpool contemplate helping out the team who are currently third in the PL, 9 points behind us with 48 points still to play for? And yes, Ravi123, letting Spurs have one of our main back-up strikers would be helping them. Looking after the career interests of one of our players is very laudable but not if in doing so we hand a major competitor a way out of a problem of their own making. We must be ruthless in pursuit of the PL title.

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16 Jan 2019 23:04:10
You make some valid points there, MK. I don't think it is a rant, really. Just giving an opinion backed up by valid arguments. I don't know what plan Klopp has for Origi for this reason and only time will tell. I will say that it would be worth keeping Origi if it means he gets to ruin Ed25's derby day one last time, lol.

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16 Jan 2019 23:24:02
Personally in think going to Spurs would be jumping out of the fying pan and in to the fire. The second Kane is even 50% fit Origi would be on the bench and forgotten. Any striker who wants to play week in week out would be mad to go to Spurs.
As for helping him reboot his career why should we? He’s under contract with LFC and as such should work hard to help the team in any way he can. It’s his job and he gets paid very well for it.
I really hate this holier than thou attitude that we should give players a leg up in their careers and allow them out whether it’s at the detriment of the club or not.
The onus is on the player to make himself indispensable. If he is unwilling or unable to do that we can’t be held responsible and we certainly can’t weaken our squad and strengthen a main rival just for the good of one player.

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16 Jan 2019 23:52:05
If we are getting a new forward in this window or Wilson is being recalled from loan? then it makes sense to let Origi go now. If not, we keep him coz our squad depth will take a hit. Whether a Spurs move is right or wrong for the player, that's for Origi to decide, not us.

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16 Jan 2019 23:59:15
Is it that detrimental though Ron?

In the second half of last season we had loaned out Sturridge and Origi. Behind our front 3 we had Ings, Solanke, Lallana, Ox and the kids; but Lallana was injured until March/ April.

If by February 19 we have sold/ loaned Origi and Solanke we'd have Shaqiri, Sturridge, Lallana, Ox and the kid; but Ox is injured until March/ April.

It's the exact same number of players to be fair and there must be a reason Klopp refused to let Camacho go on loan to Sporting and then involved him in every squad since then.

You ask a fair question on how much of a future they could offer him, but Origi has stagnated at Liverpool. Lloriente won't be there much longer at 33 and being second choice to Kane might be preferable to being 3rd choice behind Salah and Sturridge. My point is that it should be Origi's decision to make about what is best for his future. We shouldn't block a move to Spurs (as a lot have implied) because we are insecure about our league position.

This is probably all redundant anyway because I tend to agree with Wirral Wonder that the link is lazy journalism. I just don't think we should hold players with no long term future at Liverpool to ransom.

Redwolf, Maybe if they master cryogenics we could just put him into storage and defrost him every time the derby comes around? 😂.

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17 Jan 2019 03:52:31
I think this is just lazy journalism at its best. How would Spurs know what his qualities are when he has barely played for us in the entire time he has been at Liverpool?

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17 Jan 2019 05:10:58
Why on earth would we sell Origi to one of our current rivals? Spurs have a striker issue which could be detrimental to their seasons’ ambitions - let's not help them out with that problem.
There are hundreds of possible scenarios where it could come back and bite us: lose a few games and we’re fighting for Top 4 with them; or Spurs go on a winning streak and they might be competing with us for the title; or an injury to Salah and Firmino and our forward line looks a lot less potent. ; and so on.
Tottenham still pose a threat to us this season and Divock is a good option on his day but he's a better option for us on our bench.
Lets get to the end of the season and then think about his career and transfer wishes. Hopefully, we’ll be sending him off with a Winners medal and all our blessings. Right now, he has a contract with LFC and the last place he should be moving to (this season of all seasons) is one of our title rivals.
Leagues can be won on very fine margins sometimes (just ask Michael Thomas and Sergio Aguero) and if the stars align and the Spuds somehow win the league by one point, I couldn't cope if it was an ex-Liverpool player scoring the winning goal.

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{Ed025's Note - if you could get £5m then bite their arm off virgil, not only would you be getting rid of a useless lump of lard but also lumbering one one of your rivals with an absolute waste of space...win win imo..

17 Jan 2019 05:15:52
A good move for Origi would be Sevilla or the hammers at the end of the season though. Both need a striker, Both play decent football, both have decent managers. Worst move for him would be spurs where he would become a Jansen or llorente as soon as Kane is fit. Also we yet have the need for Origi this season, we have one more game against everton :) . He should win his EPL medal with us and then think of his future. Also none of Lallana, Ox and Shaq are his direct replacement. You are confusing a striker with forward players. All strikers are forward players but not all forward players are strikers. Whenever he plays for us he creates chances and sometimes crucially scores. 'd keep both him and studger at the club this season because they both have roles to play. Imagine if we thump bayern 5-0 in the first game, don't you want players to get some rest for the return fixture?

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{Ed025's Note - a good move for him would be accrington mate..

17 Jan 2019 06:10:48
If he wants to leave then that’s his agents job and if Spurs want him then maybe a swap with Son, Alderweireld or Trippier will work for us 👍.

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{Ed025's Note - are you kidding me ron?, thats not a swap thats daylight robbery, if you were offered a mars bar for origi...i would take it mate..

17 Jan 2019 07:05:44
After watching them both play for us in the game cup am not sure I would want to be left with Sturridge. I know Origi wasn’t brilliant either but out of the two he’s the one I would want to keep as cover.

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17 Jan 2019 07:14:00
I disagree MK. We have been lucky with injuries in the attacking areas but after selling solanke, if we sold origi would you be happy placing your faith on Danny sturridge and his iffy knee? Coz after him there are only youth players. I truly believe Bobby Duncan will be the next fowler/ Owen but it may be a little too soon for him. Brewster also has bags of talent but his inexperience is the issue again.

Okay shaq can play in the front three, lallana at a push, maybe Keita but none are proper strikers.

If we sell origi we need to loan in a CF imo, so why go through all that?

And also, spurs are a rival with an outside chance of making a challenge (not going to happen but still) they've lost Harry kane, eff em. If we lost salah would they loan us lamela or son? Of course not. We should go in for Eriksonn next summer though.

Hazard to Madrid, so that leaves Barcelona and juve, City and us. If I were him I would stick to the league I know. Also, the afore mentioned teams are filled with prima Donna's and big egos. Stay with spurs or come to us.

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17 Jan 2019 07:19:14
Well we’ve all heard how much you love a Mars bar 25 😉

This is Daniel Levy’s club we’re talking about here. He’s always totally unreasonable with his negotiations. So he can taste some of his own medicine 👍.

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17 Jan 2019 10:39:33
If we can get a replacement for him then I can understand letting him go. But short of that, it doesn’t make sense to me. Saw a comparison to last season but that’s comparing apples and oranges. Last season we focused entirely on Champions league. This season we’re attempting to balance both. Additionally we didn’t have any major injuries to the front 3.
This season we have shaq as our only real credible back up for me. Ox is a very good option but after a year out, he’ll need time to get up to speed so can’t depend on him.
The likes of sturridge and lallana just aren’t at the required level for me.
And whilst jones / Camacho may have done well at youth level, it’s a major step up to this level.
Personally I’d like to hold on to him until the end of the season as he’s the best of our back up after shaq.

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17 Jan 2019 12:20:03
Lallana can’t stay fit and both Brewster and Oxlaide-Chamberlain will be coming back from a year out of football, we can’t count on any of these players contributing anything this season.
Origi had a chance to go to Wolves in the summer and he turned it down, he’s made his choice. The club doesn’t owe it to him to do what best for him they owe it to themselves to give the club the best chance of winning the league this season.
Origi can leave in the summer if he wants to go.

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16 Jan 2019 21:50:45
Hey ed001, how are you mate? Just a quick suggestion for an article, 'the top 10 overrated players in the premier league' and then you could maybe do underrated players too after that.
Really appreciate the work you do here.

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{Ed001's Note - I have them on my to do list mate, don't worry. Though I hadn't got it specified as Premier League.}

16 Jan 2019 22:16:17
Great thanks. I look forward to reading them.

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{Ed001's Note - I will try and get round to them as quickly as possible for you mate.}

17 Jan 2019 09:39:45
Is the article not just purely based on England's so called golden generation Ed? ;)

Barring Ashley Cole and Stevie G that is.

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{Ed001's Note - no mate I was doing current players.}

16 Jan 2019 21:34:02
Having watched Wilson for Derby playing against Premier league opposition has left me with no doubt that he could do a job for us next season. He isn't even match fit but has been class. A brilliant free kick and then a pin perfect cross to set up the equaliser. Shown not only massive talent but good temperament too. I'd rather take a chance on the rising star than go another season with the aging and fading lallana.

I've always been a big lallana fan but he isn't the same player he was 2 years ago. His efforts will always be appreciated by me but maybe its time for him to take that step down. Maybe we could sell saints a player for a change. Jeez if it were up to me I'd give him to them for nothing, as a thanks for van dijke and mane.

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16 Jan 2019 21:45:21
I'd rather have him coming off our bench now than the likes of lallana, Sturridge and Origi. Great left foot.

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16 Jan 2019 21:31:24
Young Wilson doing the business again tonight for Derby scoring 1 and a great assist for Derbies equaliser surely worth a run in the squad next season great talent.

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16 Jan 2019 21:40:18
Got to give him a chance to replace Lallana and Sturridge in my opinion. He's got so much potential.

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