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02 Apr 2017 09:39:18
Hi fellow reds. Missed the derby so had to rely on highlights. Good news is I missed it because our second child (son this time) was being born. Another little red like his dad and sister.


{Ed025's Note - congratulations popa mate..

1.) 02 Apr 2017 10:42:15
Congratulations welcome little Red man.

2.) 02 Apr 2017 11:00:40
Congratulations mate!

3.) 02 Apr 2017 11:22:54
Congrats mate, that's certainly a good excuse to miss the match. Is mother and baby OK?

4.) 02 Apr 2017 11:49:29
Are you going to call him "DAVE! "?
"Hello DAVE" 🤡

Congrats Popa 🤠.

5.) 02 Apr 2017 14:17:47
Thanks for all the comments guys. Mum and baby are great. Big sister is excited beyond belief.
I wasn't allowed Dave sadly Ron. I did suggest Divock Philippe Sadio but was overruled so we settled on Nathan.

6.) 02 Apr 2017 14:52:22
Congrats Popa ❤️.

7.) 02 Apr 2017 15:07:54
Congrats, my friend!

8.) 02 Apr 2017 15:10:54
Congrats love to you and the family YNWA.

9.) 03 Apr 2017 08:52:21
Having a red baby is just sensational. All the best.



27 Feb 2017 16:32:52
Hi Eds and Reds, .................


{Ed002's Note - Well done with the post but it is nothing to do with Liverpool - try te European pages and paste it there. Thanks.}

1.) 27 Feb 2017 16:48:40
Cheers Ed, don't suppose you have a copy, I didn't save it and can't see in under my profile.

{Ed002's Note - Sure, just send in a post for me on the European pages and I will paste it in for you.}



24 Dec 2016 11:39:12
Merry Xmas eds and reds. Hope you all have a great time with whomever you spend it with.
On a side note I want to thabe LFC for the early xmas present of being real title contenders at Xmas time. I would have happily settled for top 4 this season so to see how far we've come in such a short time unsee Klopp really gives me hope for the future.
Merry Xmas all.


{Ed002's Note - The Eds and Liverpool thabe you for you kind words.}

1.) 24 Dec 2016 14:11:42

2.) 24 Dec 2016 14:59:37
Thanks for spotting that ed. Typing on a phone with a hangover, not a good idea. Thabe again.



13 Feb 2016 09:41:35
I've seen lots of posts recently regarding our goalkeeping situation. For me the first thing we need to do is get rid of Achterberg and bring in a new coach. Reina was arguably the second best keeper in the league, then in comes Achterberg and his form is horrendous for 2 seasons. Mignolet is by no means a grwat keeper but surely he should have shown some improvement, he is making the same mistake everyone, which to me shows that the coaches are not actually improving the mental side if his game. So step one has to be change of coach.
If we decide to by in the summer I would look to the Bundesliga. (Watch it a bit on BT) I know there's talk in the press of Ter Stegen, but for me 20mil is a risk there are keepers with just as much potential but who would cost a lot less. Personally I'm pleased we are linked with Karius, it might just be the Klopp-Mainz link but if it is genuine interest then I'd be happy as he has impressed this season. I would also look at Horn as a potential signing. Then there's keepers like Zeiler, Baumann and Leno (but apparently Real are interested in him) . Any of these would be a vast improvement on what we have.


1.) 13 Feb 2016 11:17:49
Totally agree popa, both karius and horn would cost at least half of ter stegen pethaps a little more.

2.) 13 Feb 2016 12:32:06
Does anyone know who is regarded as a top keeping coach that could be available?

3.) 13 Feb 2016 12:40:10
Love these posts not just ed who we getting ed what's gods name eds eds eds it's actually a good call claiming a new coach. Not a fan of mig but yeah he should have improved just never did so totally agree.

4.) 13 Feb 2016 14:51:33
I have to agree- there's no point buying a new young keeper if the gk coach is not going to improve him- and achterberg hasn't improved any of the keepers at lpool.
Interesting that ward hit good form after going out on loan- ie away from achterberg.
To us amateurs it appears obvious that the gk coach is not producing results, but is actually making the keepers worse- so why don't the club see things the same way?

5.) 13 Feb 2016 15:23:09
perhaps we could make a banner! anonymush, joking aside you're spot on mate, we need a proper shake up in the goalkeeping department, achterberg was an average keeper himself so he has not got the credentials required to be coaching Liverpool fc goalkeepers. the results speak for themselves.

6.) 13 Feb 2016 15:23:06
Hi Ed001

As a fan in his twenties with admittedly no in depth knowledge on goalkeepers of a previous era other than YouTube and old videos when I was younger I still have to question why you reckon goalies and defenders are much worse these days? I mean if you look back at the results of fixtures in the 70s you see games that are won 7-2 and 8-4 and all of these ridiculous scorelines. Surely that indicates that they couldn't of been that much better defensively? Or was it due to lack of tactics etc.? I mean I see clips of people like Barnes and all these great dribbles of the ball and take nothing away from them cause they were amazing but in a lot of clips you barely see a defender even throw in a tackle they just let them glide by like nothing. I don't know it's hard to doubt the level of quality was different between now and then without being around but I guess what I'm mostly interested in is what in your opinion what was it that caused such huge scorelines which we don't see as often today?

Thanks for the thread. Really interesting read.

{Ed001's Note - tactics is the main thing, players are not given the freedom they were, they are held in rigid systems. When you see big scores there is always a breakdown in the system that results in it. Plus it helps playing on better pitches, so many goals were the result of bobbly pitches that you can probably rule out a large proportion because of that. Mainly though it is a more defensive system mindset. Teams play with more defensive players than in the past. Even now they have gone more attacking with the fullbacks, everyone puts a defensive midfielder in to cover any gaps. There is also the problem of the modern defender having to cope with rule changes making it much more difficult to use physical tactics to defend. You used to be able to kick an attacker until he could barely run.}

7.) 13 Feb 2016 23:37:20
Errm Barcelona/ RM cricket scores lately in Spain . BM in Germany .
The gulf in class between top and bottom in the prem has obviously closed, in Spain, France and Germany it persists.
It's not a isolated season it's going to get messy -stoke, WH, Leicester and others are shaking up the mighty Quo
Big 4 is now about 8 strong.



20 Jan 2016 10:27:34
Been reading a fair few posts recently that are either flat questioning Klopp's ability or having sly or thinly veiled digs at him. Are we seriously already having a pop at a manager most of the top teams in Europe would love to have? No wonder are reputation as fans has nosedived.
I for one am still buzzing that every match day I see Klopp in our dug out. He has inherited an unbalanced squad of average players mixed with youngsters who need to develop. He is trying to totally change the way we play and the way we train without a preseason. The players aren't fit enough to press in the manner he likes again he is trying to improve fitness without a preseason.
He has already been able to show glimpses of how a Klopp Liverpool can play. Let's give him this season to settle and assess the squad, then he will have a preseason to fully implement his methods and recruit players that suit. I am excited for next season and I really believe Rodgers left our club in a worse mess than out realise. It was never going to be a quick fix post Rodgers and I think that is partly what attracted Klopp to begin with, the project of getting us back on top.
Can we please all just agree this season would a success with a trophy in the cabinet and nothing more, we will not get top 4 because we do not have top 4 players. Let's be happy and excited about Klopp and our future under him, the constant pessimism on this site can be draining at times.


1.) 20 Jan 2016 11:43:06
Popa, it's more that people are now in a position to comment on his actions rather than his reputation. I think everyone's happy with him but up until this point he's been some mythical figure that will improve us simply by deigning us with his presence.

We're now at the stage where we can't absolve him of responsibility. Caulker and Migs are strange choices that are on his head and that goes for Long if he comes in. We can't blame Rodgers, the TC, the owners or the scouts. These are all things that Klopp's agreed to.

No matter what happens no one's going to be calling for his head this summer. but come next season it's time for him to demonstrate why his reputation's so good.




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02 Aug 2017 09:18:40
How can you be an undergraduate and not know about clickbait. Also one of the first things any good student learns is to question the validity of all sources. Basically all papers have an agenda and print bull.
I feel sorry for the eds who use their reliable sources to give us accurate info, yet get asked repeatedly the same questions due to fans being too idle to search the site or just too naive and believe everything the press tells them (huge issue in society btw)




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25 Mar 2017 08:40:04
Surely Firmino is our first choice striker. I'm basing this on the fact that when fit he starts as our striker. Hence being first choice.
So not sure where the idea that we don't have a first choice striker comes from.




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17 Mar 2017 18:24:02
I thought Bozo Texino was Ken Aguero's agent.


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28 Sep 2017 12:32:42
Loving the thread so far, going to offer my choices and as much as I admire De Gea I can't bring myself to put any Utd players forward.

So my choices (2 current and one youngster)




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06 Aug 2017 09:46:40
I don't understand why people go on about not having alternative CB targets. The Eds have told us numerous times that CB wasn't being looked at until VVD's apparent availability became known. So if it wasn't a priority then why would it be now? Also when played together Lovren and Matip did well, hopefully fitness allows them to play more often.




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02 Aug 2017 09:27:58
Can't make out if you're serious or not. Couple of things
First- most fans were against him prior to the Europa final due to his constant absconding of his defensive duties. Teams consistently target our left flank due to his poor positioning.
Second- not sure how at 25 he reminds you of a young Risse to me 25 should be pushing to enter your peak years.
Third- Good option if we need a goal, how? He's scored 3 in 72 games and his final ball is erratic so cam not be relied on for an assist.
Fourth- I'll say it he's rubbish, he might have good games occasionally but he is far too inconsistent to be considered good enough for us.




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27 Jul 2017 10:18:17
Game of Thrones, League of Gentlemen, Star Trek TNG.

Gladiator, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Dark Knight.

Bob Paisley, Edward III, Jack the Ripper (just to find out who it was) . If it's people still living then David Gilmour, Bret Hart, Kenny Dalglish.




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09 Jul 2017 08:30:34
Thanks for the great post Ed02. Really detailed and interesting. My friends and I have often discussed how a pan European league just seemed like a natural evolution from the Champs League.
I'm not sure if it's what I want but I'll admit if Liverpool were involved the prospect of regular fixtures against the giants of European football is an exciting one.