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17 Jun 2017 19:50:00
First time poster. Hi guys hope you are enjoying the weather! going to put this out there and will probably be laughed at. is Aubameyang an achievable signing? PSG move seems to have collapsed. Would be a great statement by FSG and would give us a much needed striker who could score 30 plus goals a season. I know left back and defensive midfield is where we need to improve but to me Aubameyang for me would really get me excited for next season.

{Ed002's Note - I wouldn't hold your breath.}

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17 Jun 2017 20:16:34
I don't think it's a case of "if we can get him" it's a case of does he want to come!?
No doubt he's one of the best around and I'd love to see him at lfc but it ain't going to happen.

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool have made no efforts at all to sign him at this time.}

17 Jun 2017 20:41:39
Stevie G talking about a big signing, making a big statement, I think that this 70 million striker is that man .

17 Jun 2017 21:18:02
Mbappe would be the statement signing that would rock Europe with a big fat LFC are back and we're here to win. Won't happen, cause that won't happen.

{Ed002's Note - Other clubs have no interest in who Liverpool sign.}

17 Jun 2017 21:22:43
You'll wake up with your head in the porridge lad.

17 Jun 2017 23:25:33
Klopp has publicly stated that he will no be signing players he has worked with previously.

17 Jun 2017 23:42:31
Seems Southampton do ED002 ;)

17 Jun 2017 23:57:27
Scoring goals isn't our problem.

18 Jun 2017 00:46:23
Gerrard would be better off not making comments like that altogether.

18 Jun 2017 02:25:30
I agree.

I'm a huge supporter of Stevies and delighted he is back involved in the club.

But his current role in the club is as a novice coach of the U18s.

He should take notice of how many other nocice coaches like him are making suggestions on first team affairs.

The answer is none that want to still have a job next season.

Coach or Pundit?

18 Jun 2017 03:17:45
Lfcder, this is why many like myself, did not want him back as he has never known when to be a diplomat and keep his comments to himself in certain situations.

18 Jun 2017 05:34:45
Don't be naive, Gerrard isn't like normal youth coaches. He may be a youth coach but has a bigger status at the club than the whole team combined.

{Ed001's Note - which is a problem, as he should not have and should check his ego at the door. His status should be that of a youth coach and nothing more, until he proves himself in that role.}

18 Jun 2017 08:04:14
that's being unrealistic ed.

{Ed001's Note - how is it being unrealistic? Better players with much higher standing in the game have started at a lower level and learnt from the bottom. To be a good coach, he needs to check his ego at the door and be all about the players he is coaching or he will not make it work. That is why Rodgers failed, ego beat him. If Gerrard carries on as he is, then he will be another Hoddle, who could only manage at the lower levels where players where in awe of him. As soon as he came up to higher quality players, who did not just go all weak kneed as it was Hoddle coaching them, he struggled badly. Shame because Hoddle showed with his academy that he can do the business.}

18 Jun 2017 09:37:23
Hoddle, if he had coached as ed said above and actually realused that he had things to learn, that would have improved him and brought him to the next level as a manager over the years.

He would probably only now have made a success of being England manager.

Again though, statements about his own personal beliefs was his undoing.

Gerard the pundit and playing legend should take heed and disappear for the next 5 years and only use his staus to help attract the top young talent to come and play at the club.

Ps. I thought Venables was the best international team coach we had closely followed by Bobby Robson.

A case in point is, When the Irish FA appointed steve Staunton to be Ireland manager along with Sir Bobby Robson, Staunton could not wait to assert his authority over Robson by bleating ' I'm the gaffer' whereas, if he had said he had said Im fortunste for having Bobbys expeience to hopfully learn from in the early day. EVERYY thing you say as a coach has consequences.



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