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27 May 2014 16:39:19
Hey eds,

Just wanted to know whether the club are interested in getting both xherdan shaqiri and adam lallana


{Ed002's Note - I don't know but there is interest in both.}




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27 Dec 2019 21:57:19
What a team wolves are, top 5, into the knockout stages of the Europa league, they’ve been incredible the last couple seasons. Top manager and some top players imo, if teams like Leicester and Sheffield United are getting props then these guys deserve some too. I am wary of our game against them on Sunday, although we’ve had a days more rest so that may be a big factor in getting a win against them. I think if we get through our next 3-4 games relatively not phased then I’ll say we’re definitely winning it. 13 points with 1 game in hand, I mean, we’re dominating it and the second/ third teams this season are much better than the ones in cities 100point season. Currently, this is far more impressive than that.


1.) 27 Dec 2019 22:38:10
Well done Wolves. That Traore is some beast, he could be a top player because at 23 he’s improving almost as quickly as he Runs at Defenders. We need to watch him at Anfield.

2.) 27 Dec 2019 22:38:58
They struggled at the start to get the mix of Europa League and Premier League right but they have really stepped it up since then. I hope they get one of the Champions league places. If Lovern or Matip were to leave next Summer Conor Coady would be the ideal replacement!
Matt Doherty has been a joy to watch and the system Wolves play suits him perfectly.
The fixtures in January are definitely going to be tricky but if we are still 14 points ahead at the end of that month the league is pretty much done.
January has always been a struggle for Liverpool but hopefully with the addition of Minamino and Phillips it will create more competition and a desire to win!

3.) 28 Dec 2019 00:15:40
I really like them. I have for a while now. They play good football. I think we will be just too strong for them.

4.) 28 Dec 2019 10:51:27
Robbo needs to push up and I'd have gini on that side of midfield to push traore back.

5.) 28 Dec 2019 11:53:43
Traore would surely be Up for premier league most improved player were there such an award. I remember mentioning him a few seasons back after watching him play live for Boro v Swansea. Ed001 you were correct in what you replied at the time saying something along the lines of has talent but end product and footballing brain not there and is not consistent enough. What’s your thoughts on him now please mate and what would you put his improvement down to?

{Ed001's Note - his end product has improved significantly but he still lacks intelligence. He makes the wrong choices far too often for my liking. When he does get them right though, he almost completely makes up for it.}

6.) 28 Dec 2019 12:23:46
OP, the success of the likes of Nuno at Wolves and Wilder at Sheffield, show that a tactically astute manager can get results at the highest levels and does not need large investments to do it even tho, it helps. Sheffield and Wolves also have great team spirit which can only help a manager deploy his system and tactics.

As for Traore, he has improved over the years and is trending up at the moment. I do agree with Ed that even yesterday, his decision-making is still sketchy cos there were a few moments where he could have chosen a better oprion on the counter instead, he just ran into a cul dde sac. If he can put it altogethe esp. with the Usain Bolt-type speed he possesses, look out.

7.) 28 Dec 2019 14:47:19
Cheers for the reply Ed001. Perhaps the saying fortune favours the brave is correct. He’s chancing his arm and luck is on his side.



12 Dec 2019 15:15:39
Also I saw a really clever song for Minamino on the bbc sport website to the tune of scobby doo:

Minaminooo, where are you?
We got some goals to make now

😂 cheesy but clever even though you have to change how the first name sounds.


1.) 12 Dec 2019 18:25:10
Ole ole ole ole minamino o o o o!

{Ed025's Note - andrew lloyd webber must be quaking in his boots hailstones.. :)

2.) 12 Dec 2019 19:06:20
Mina mina mina mino

In the tune of ruby ruby ruby ruby.

3.) 12 Dec 2019 19:12:56

to that rubbish despasito juston beaber song.

4.) 12 Dec 2019 20:11:12
Oh mimomina (to the white stripes seven nation army) not very original but would give me a buzz if I was minomina.

5.) 12 Dec 2019 20:37:35
Surely the Bees A Minha Menina.

6.) 12 Dec 2019 20:46:47
I must say I am very creative move, over Beethoven.

7.) 12 Dec 2019 21:07:33
I think I'm turning Japanese, I think I'm turning Japanese

{Ed025's Note - thats actually not bad L8..

8.) 13 Dec 2019 00:13:07
LiverpoolFC8 You do know what that song is about, don't you!?

9.) 13 Dec 2019 05:37:36
Hahaha minamino to despacito would be great. Just start with Minamino. then everyone can freestyle their own words from there lol it'll sound like all the other mumbled chants!

10.) 13 Dec 2019 09:58:52
It's about teenage angst and turning into something you don't want to, according to the songwriter.



12 Dec 2019 15:12:21
I mentioned during the Salzburg match that I thought we would be interested in Minamino, his playing style and the way he fits into Salzburg system means that he could find it easier to transition into our system, that can’t be said for a lot of top quality players. I did think that this sort of transfer would happen in the summer, where I expect 1 or 2 high profile names to leave, and If that were to be the case then Minamino wouldn’t be the only one to come in, in that area. From watching other games of him I definitely think he needs coaching, because whilst the transfer is exciting since it mostly always is when Liverpool are getting a player, it’s important to look at the finer details. He has a few things to his game that needs ironing out for him to be productive in our team at the highest level, I believe and hope Klopp can do this but you never know. I can say that he’s not a ready made player but he has the talent to become one and for the price it represents good business and also suggests to me that we might have been interested in Ryan Fraser since they’re such similar positions, it’s clear we’ve marked that as an area to strengthen. Another important thing to note is that Minamino opens up a path to the Asian market, we don’t have any Asian players so with the Nike deal in place, this deal makes sense in more ways than one.

I do like the likes of shaq and Origi though, and I think they’ve been integral parts to our squad depth, whenever they’ve been asked to rotate they’ve mostly made positive impacts so I really hope they get equal opportunities. Klopps problem with shaq has always been his work rate and I think this transfer might reflect that, I just hope we keep him until at least the summer and I hope we use him when we can.


1.) 12 Dec 2019 20:13:44
I think we'd be crazy to sell shaq. Along with firmino he's probably the best player with the ball at his feet. Not saying he's the best footballer, just the best technically.



08 May 2019 22:36:21
looks like an all English final in both competitions which is crazy, have Spain managed to accomplish that? Great for English football, but In a weird way, I would have preferred Ajax in the final, because if were to lose to anyone I’d want it to be them since they’ve been exceptional this year. Eliminated Juve and real and should have got over the line against spurs but it wasn’t to be. Playing spurs is a bit more pressure I think, especially since we beat them twice in the league, I just hope they carry their league form into that game. On paper we should easily beat both but there’s something about spurs in the CL that makes them a bit more dangerous. It’s clear this is poch last hoorah with spurs and he’ll want to get over the line, klopp has more experience on this stage though.


1.) 09 May 2019 07:42:22
I think we owe them for not putting up a better fight against city in the league. It’s the little things.



06 May 2019 21:39:50
It’s mental, I’ve been in the pub for both city and Liverpool games and people literally celebrate city scoring like it’s their own team. I’ve never seen so my distaste towards a club that has absolutely nothing to do with them in terms of rivalry, people just despise Liverpool. City scraping results just makes things worse, we can’t catch a break it seems. We’re not supposed to win the premier league I don’t think, if we’re to get 97 points and not win what more can you say really. Heartbreaking.


1.) 06 May 2019 21:42:58
Try living next door to a Man Utd fan from London who’s never been to Manchester. Fortunately I don’t have to watch the city games as his cheers keep me informed of the score.

2.) 06 May 2019 21:48:47
Kman i smile at your post was thinking exact same thing myself people just seem not to want Liverpool to win EVEN man u fans lol
but it is what it is mate Pathetic imo but hey ho.

3.) 06 May 2019 21:50:14
Man U fan from London? There's a rarity!

4.) 06 May 2019 21:51:19
Ah man I know the feeling, my neighbours are united fans from London as well and they used to be Chelsea fans, no idea how that worked out but yeah makes sense when you support rubbish like that.

5.) 06 May 2019 21:51:53
I'm afraid no one but our fans wants this Kman. Will make it all the more sweet when it happens. We will do the same next year, City have a core of players that are 33, 34 now and will not go the whole of next year without niggles and missing games. We will mount another challenge like this seasons next season we may loose a few more but draw a lot less. And if I'm not mistaken isn't there a game tomorrow to win? Let the Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, United fans gloat that City have likely won another title , the dire state some of those clubs are in at present gives them no comfort watching thier own teams .

6.) 06 May 2019 22:05:20
Very strange kman, especially when Spurs new stadium wasn’t even sold out, glory hunters comes to mind. I guess there kids will grow up to support city.

7.) 06 May 2019 22:05:35
This all feels too cruel. I’m trying to find the energy for tomorrow - but I don’t know if I can take the disappointment of getting my hopes up.

Who knows though, maybe Brighton will have the game of their lives next week. Although, Wolves will be no walk in the park either. 🤷‍♂️😑.

8.) 06 May 2019 22:06:09
I’ve got to say it is a worry for next year. City hit 100 points last year, i thought there was no way they could do that again. But if they finish on 98 points that’s awfully close. Start of the season I would of said 97 points would easily win it and we have been proven wrong.
My worry is can we repeat this season next season, surely finishing second in that fashion is demoralising, plus all the other teams will splash the cash in summer too.

9.) 06 May 2019 22:12:28
So you live next door to Sterling then Kman?!

10.) 06 May 2019 22:16:40
Call me deluded but I still hold that THE WAIT IS OVER! All we've looked to with expectations didn't deliver but meaningful things do come out of despised stuff. Watch BHA hand us the league. #IBELIEVEINMIRACLES.

11.) 06 May 2019 22:31:32
Yeh but this is good Reds! Fergie created a "us against the world" attitude and it worked for him for many a year.
I don't hate City they've only been around 5 minutes, and if they beat us to the league so be it. I like the fact everyone hates us again, it means we're getting very good.




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27 Jan 2020 05:02:44
I agree, just keep pretty much the same players bar Fabinho in midfield, replace him with Lallana and I think we’re good. I’m sure the players would rather stay in the competition than not, it’s a highly competitive match anyway unless we just drop like we did today, at Anfield we should have more than enough to get the job done with the same team. I understand Klopp a frustration but it’s our fault we couldn’t get past a league 1 side, we knew beforehand that they do replays so it’s our fault. I hope this does inspire the FA to make the necessary changes to the FA cup and league cup, but these competitions are for the smaller clubs in England, the world can’t revolve around the big teams who have billions of pounds of investment to be able to cope with fixture congestion, it’s not right either way but it affects the clubs at the highest level and that’s like 5% of the clubs that enter the competitions in the first place. A winter break gets put in place when we haven’t had that before and still room for complaints, Klopp needs to be careful going at war with the FA, we know how corrupt they are and they might just stiff Liverpool over in the future. Klopp is known for not whining as highlighted by Mourinho last season, but that seems to be changing now that he’s at the pinnacle of football in England. Get the job done in the replay, if he fields the same team as vs Aston Villa he can do nothing about his reputation of not taking the domestic cups seriously.




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14 Dec 2019 05:25:19
But then the conservatives get another 5 years to fist us all so then it’s back to reality : (.




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24 Sep 2019 14:25:57
Mftonjes is correct, from a business stand point, Nike is a much better company to make the deal with. They can distribute across the globe and real authentic Liverpool shirts will be available world wide and not sell out as fast as they do with NB. For some people abroad is near on impossible to get a shirt shipped or bought because they’re sold out. In terms of design, I’d have NB and certainly Adidas over them, in fact Adidas would be as good for business and a much better design than Nike could offer but they don’t seem to be involved. I’m not sure we’ve ever had a kit deal with Nike so here goes nothing, I just hope they keep the tone of blood red we’ve got going on in recent seasons as it’s so much nicer than the plain red we had a few seasons ago.




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16 Jun 2019 13:24:00
1 year of full commitment from Salah then sell him on for a big fee would be really good business by Liverpool. Gives us the most stable option of going for the league next season and means we can focus on other targets for the season ahead rather than rocking the boat. I think another season is needed to assess Pépé as well and see if he’s as good as reported to be because from what I’ve seen, he’s not on salah’s level. Maybe under better coaching he could reach that level but he isn’t now, and I think if we’re genuinely going for the title next season, we need the ‘now’ in our squad. Having said that, I’d love sane over any replacements but it’s never going to happen.




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07 Feb 2019 13:02:15
So we’re expecting to splash out big dollars on players like Fekir, de ligt, Werner/ Brandt but not be selling one of Salah, mane or firmino, I highly doubt it, even with an increase in revenue. Would be nice and would improve the squad nicely but I expect someone big to leave in the summer, especially if we do not win the league.





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19 Feb 2020 13:22:21
Let’s just hope we don’t get Spanish leaning officials at Anfield in the return leg. Don’t get me wrong we lost because we were poor and we don’t seem to be as convincing as we once were but the external factors did not help. 4-4-2 formations seem to be the antithesis of our style, any team that has a decent enough squad of players that play this formation have a real chance of getting something against us, particularly away from home (Napoli, United and now Atletico) . I have this urge to want us to play the away leg as soon as possible but I think we need momentum. These breaks always seem to do a number on us, which Klopp hasn’t seem to decipher yet. We need a run of fixtures which we will get before we play them again, I hope we make use of that and get the players right up to speed, because we’ll need 2-3 goals at Anfield and it rarely ever happens against Atletico even as bad as they’ve been this season. We need to blitz them, but are we still capable of doing that? I almost feel like that’s been conditioned out of the team, we need to be methodical and just hope we don’t concede because I can’t see us going gung ho anymore. Always knew this was a tough tie and not the one I wanted, but I think if we get through this, we have a real chance of going all the way, as these are probably the biggest threat to our style in a two legged tie.




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27 Jan 2020 05:51:06
Completely agree with ed1 here, this is where Klopp gets it wrong imo. He had a reputation for not whining about being in compromised positions but since he’s reached the pinnacle with Liverpool, that’s started to fade away, he complains about fixture congestion and winter breaks any chance he gets, and I agree it’s getting tiresome. It’s literally only big clubs that suffer from this, big clubs that get huge investments to put themselves in positions to not suffer from this, there are other teams in English football, that is essentially who these cups are for so that has to be respected. He took domestic cups in Germany seriously but it seems like he doesn’t over here anymore. We failed to beat a league 1 side with a team fully capable of beating them, a first 11 that won’t start against West Ham midweek with the exception of maybe Fabinho who can be replaced by Lallana unless he’s injured, so I fail to see why we don’t just field a similar team, at Anfield the chances are high that we get through, surely we have intentions of winning more that the PL since that’s very realistic this season. Until the FA change the whole replay fiasco then just accept it, we knew this before the game and just dropped off when we had a 2-0 lead, it’s our fault.




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12 Dec 2019 15:18:43
I see your though process there and you could well be right barring any injuries. A loan spell for him is definitely needed, he's still young and has potential, I just hope he doesn’t go the same way so many other promising young strikers out of the academy have gone.




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12 Dec 2019 14:58:22
I think shaq has been hard done by personally, I think him and Origi have been instrumental for us at times. Very good squad players and deliver for us more often than not when asked to rotate in high profile games. I hope this is just to add depth on top of the likes of shaq and Origi and all will get equal opportunity until the summer. I know Klopp probably has a problem with shaq work rate but salah isn’t exactly the most hard working player defensively either. As long as shaq makes an impact on the part of the field he’s being brought on at then he should get opportunities but Klopp doesn’t see it that way and Minamino transfer reflects that.




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12 Dec 2019 14:52:51
I think other than a few positions (I. e forwards and maybe even CB) it’s best to just revisit everything else in the summer and gomez and Milner can cover full back positions as well as some of the youngsters we have. I do think we’re short in some areas in cases of injuries but we’ve done good business in not doing any in the summer and continuing with the progression of the club. In terms of the economics of the club I think we’re in a much healthier position for it, so keep business at a minimum in jan and revisit everything in the summer, where I expect a lot to happen, with maybe 1 or 2 of our big names possibly moving on.