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07 Aug 2017 09:57:20
Hi Ed02. One for you.

I wonder if it's totally out of the question that should Coutinho leave, Salah would replace him and we move for original target Julian Brandt for the left wing spot?

I'd think Coutinho leaving would be a change in circumstances that may considerably allay Brandt's concerns about game time and make the move a lot more appealing.

Seems most logical and sensible to me.
Whether we like it or not Coutinho is likely moving. We have to look to respond and adapt best as we can.

Has that horse bolted now? Your take please Ed.

Thanks.

Suku Langa

{Ed002's Note - Salah can play across the front three but is naturally a left footed right winger. Julian Brandt is naturally a left footed left winger but can play on the right and also behind a striker. But remember Salah was purchased as Brandt was not available. Brandt's problem was game time, with Coutinho gone he would likely be happier. We'll see.}


1.) 07 Aug 2017 10:23:21
I think it would be best to go for sigurdsson he would likely play centrally as coutinho does but although he lacks dribbling skills that position will suit him just fine.


2.) 07 Aug 2017 10:23:54
I'd hope so too Ed. As I said, seems most sensible to me. Brandt was the player originally wanted and now the likely change in circumstances should revive this option.
Thanks again for the reply.


3.) 07 Aug 2017 10:38:36
Im not sure how buying another winger replaces a central play maker tbh. If Phil leaves then surely we need a like for like player to replace him.


4.) 07 Aug 2017 10:57:05
If Phil does end up going (hopefully not) and we get £90-£100m then why not bid for Bale. Whether he would come is another thing but why not.

{Ed002's Note - Why bid that much for a player Liverpool has no interest in?}


5.) 07 Aug 2017 11:13:33
Bale is overrated and injury prone, you would be lucky to get three good months a season from him.


6.) 07 Aug 2017 11:17:49
If Phil leaves (please don't leave) then it will be terrible for us. We still have lallana for that position. Though we lose goals then. Or Firmino but then I'd say we need another striker unless studge stays fit. I'd like to see us go back in for Coric who I think is probably the closest in style of play to Phil that we could attract and get. Though this may hold back Woodburn. What a conundrum.


7.) 07 Aug 2017 11:23:26
Convert him to a lb again lol.


8.) 07 Aug 2017 11:38:00
Ed002 made a decent suggestion with Insigne, who has a very similar skillset to Coutinho, although I have some small doubts as we haven't had much success with Italians, that is no reason to think that he couldn't be a success.


9.) 07 Aug 2017 12:01:10
I admit Liverpool probably have no interest in Bale primarily due to the size of Transfer Fee he would command but if (and its a big if) Phil C. does go for the money being quoted then Bale surely comes into our price range. And you can't tell me that Bale wouldn't make our team better.

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool has zero interest in Bale.}


10.) 07 Aug 2017 13:29:29
And I suspect Bale has zero interest in Liverpool. If I remember comments from him in the past about LFC correctly.

This is a player who gives the distinct impression of being yesterday's news. Move on.


11.) 07 Aug 2017 16:15:53
Yeah, Bale made some very derogatory remarks about the club, I wouldn't want the man bun wearing idiot anywhere near the club.


12.) 07 Aug 2017 18:03:03
How can a winger replace a playmaker? And why do you want to drop Salah into the middle given his best attribute is pace? What kind of rubbish logic is this? It's like you replace Modric with Gareth Bale!


13.) 07 Aug 2017 18:04:29
Senseless now you have two wingers and you don't know how to fit in! Let's give Salah back to Roma and buy Brandt now that Coutinho is gone?


14.) 07 Aug 2017 18:09:11
Totally agree with lallana. When we finished 4th I said to my mate "I bet we sign sigursson" as he was the stand out player of the league outside the top six. If Phil stays, granted we don't need him but if he goes I think we could do a lot worse than the icelander. Could kill two birds with one stone and disrupt Everton at the same time.

He is proven in premiership

He can handle the big games

He is only getting better

Any inconsistencies in his play can be ironed out by top class management.

Even if Phil stays I think he would be a class signing, show our intent to bring the best players to liverpool.

Lastly, he would surely love to join us and Swansea would surely sell.


15.) 08 Aug 2017 02:36:47
If phil does do Coric would be the one player id love to sign, definitely has a good head on his shoulders he's rejected big moves in the past to stay and develop i believe, though he's still so young i wouldn't want to buy him and then put so much pressure on him. But I really do think he will be a very very good player for the future
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09 Nov 2018 12:41:24
"Ed002's Note - Klopp has failed to deliver any success at Liverpool at all to date - No League Cup, no FA Cup, no Europa League, no Premier league, no Champions League and no Frieght Rover Trophy. I am surprised that comes as a shock to you but feel free to ask about any other plain truths you are struggling with.

I appreciate that Liverpool is in transition as far as you are concerned. }"

Am afraid am in agreement with Ed02 here. Unpopular view yeah, but true nonetheless.
No one denies the progress made in terms of personnel and performance. Progress that, I'd argue, should've been made in any case.

1. No doubt that the squad's quality is higher (as well it should be, given the monies spent) .
2. Coaching, performance, and competitive edge better (again, as well it should be, given Klopp's calibre and the pounds he's paid for it) .

Now precisely due to those reasons, the argument is that the team, at various points of his tenure, was good enough to have won, at the least, very least. a trophy or 2 and competed well in the others.

Winning the league was probably a step too far. But the other trophies? Nah.
That's the whole point really.
Liverpool, as with all like teams, are judged on success. Not the "we put the pressure on" or "we playing better" kinda success.

And no, saying all of this isn't necessarily to say Klopp's must go, before y'all descend on me.
It's pointing out the facts.
And given the character of the man, Jürgen would be the first person to express disappointment that his reign has so far failed to yield a single trophy. Such are his standards.

So those of you who think they defending Klopp by glossing over the the failures are actually doing the man a disservice.

Suku Langa

{Ed001's Note - I don't get it, what are you trying to say? Because this is a load of waffle without actually saying a blooming thing. Pointless.}


1.) 09 Nov 2018 13:23:10
Under Klopp we have gone from not challenging for trophies to challenging for trophies, he’s just got to start winning things now.


2.) 09 Nov 2018 13:23:43
It is just unfortunate that we are up against a team like Man City who are on another level to all other teams. If it wasn't for them, we would have won the title by now. It's all about closing the quality gap which is going to take time.


3.) 09 Nov 2018 15:04:07
I'd rather have teams like ManC to fight against and still win the title. Even have a couple more teams who are just as good. Better that then win the title against weak teams and then have history call the team "lucky" or "one season wonder" as Leicester will probably be known as.


4.) 09 Nov 2018 15:20:32
Ed01


Klopp has zero trophies at LFC, a no success, a failure given the monies he has spent and time he's been here. Liverpool hasn't been successful under Klopp.

He has the team playing "well" and back in the CL. But that was never the point was it? The point was SUCCESS, of which he's had NONE.

Have I managed to un-"waffle" it for you? Is it clear now?

{Ed001's Note - still just meaningless waffle. If you think he has been here so long and spent so much that he must win something then you are a typical modern day childish 'want it now' fan. You still haven't made any point other than to show what a muppet you are.}


5.) 09 Nov 2018 15:41:34
Sick of this anti klopp propaganda being spouted and our club being a failure let's get one thing straight all the owners care about is profitability and growth in value to this end we have been a success.
So we have no trophies yet but to be honest we will need a bigger trophy room if we do
We are a big club we are winners we are Liverpool fc.


6.) 09 Nov 2018 16:00:49
Small margins! We have got to a few finals and lost. It really comes down to how you perform on the day and maybe a degree of luck. Klopp has done well irrespective of the money he has spent. I think you also need to look at the extra revenue the club has generated by having a higher quality of player in the team and progressing that bit further. Was it £76 million for the CL last year? Klopp needs to get the monkey of his back, as do the team and win trophy, then it will become easier to win others. Very hard to consider replacing Klopp tho, who with? Someone who can guarantee winning the CL because that's how close we came last year. We need to win something and the quicker the better. Even to stop Ed002 winding some people up😉.


7.) 09 Nov 2018 18:50:01
I’ve yet to see Liverpool win the prem in my lifetime and throughout those years I’ve never been so excited about our team than now. Isn’t that what footballs about? Getting fans off their feet and cheering on their team week in, week out. Look trophies are a must and Klopp will be judged on that but I still feel very privileged to have him as our manager. I’m with ED01 on this SUKU! You’ve demonstrated what today’s “fans” lack. sadly more our generation. You could be ED25 and be watching those blue noses week in, week out 😜😜😜.

{Ed025's Note - im quite happy watching the blues para, we are playing good football and are definitely on the way up mate, but we will know if we are in trouble if our supporters start moaning about drawing away at a top 4 side, or calling for the managers head if he does not win something this season, you see sometimes expectation can hang like a millstone around your neck, we are happy to see progress and entertainment which is testament to the calibre of support we have, and not the whingeing spoilt brat attitude that is being shown across the park..


8.) 09 Nov 2018 19:10:19
I am a Klopp fan and to criticise for lack of a trophy is ridiculous. How about going all out to win the league cup and forget league and Champions league for now just to satisfy the moaners. We lost the Europa and Champs league finals to top teams whereas Man U virtually had a stroll. Even our domestic cups needs a bit of luck in the early rounds rather than premier league opponents.
So cheer the lads on and trust the decision makers to take us there YNWA.


9.) 09 Nov 2018 19:16:59
Suku dear me. I just read posts like this and want to throw my phone at the dog. Well maybe not the dog but a brick wall and smash my head at it at the same time. Moan moan moan. Boring. Move on please.


10.) 09 Nov 2018 20:04:01
I am obviously out of step with some of the posters on this site as I do not judge our team solely on the number of trophies won. It might be a generational thing as I have followed The Mighty Reds all over the UK and Europe for nearly 50 years and I have seen us win every trophy worth winning. As much as seeing us win trophies, I want to be proud of the way our team plays and represents the Liverpool FC values. Sadly, that has not always been the case over the years I have been supporting the team but with Klopp as our manager and the way the team has played under his leadership, I am damn proud of them. Don’t get me wrong, I want us to win every game we play and every competition we enter but trophies are the icing on the cake for me, not the be all and end all. As I say, it might be a generational thing and I can understand the desperation to win a trophy amongst those younger than me who have not see us “conquer all of Europe, from Paris down to Turkey” but that’s genuinely how I feel.

{Ed025's Note - respect wirral mate..


11.) 09 Nov 2018 20:20:31
Suku, where do we even begin with the stuff you posted. First off, Klopp started challenging for trophies the day he walked in the door. He transformed us from a midtable punchline to a team that almost beat City in the EFL final and made us a force in Europe, making it to the EL final, all in his first 8 months. As anyone will tell you in any final, you need luck. In the EL final, we had Sevilla on the rack and should have taken our chances and had two pens. turned down Seville were the better team going in and they came out as such and showed it at the end.

Then, Klopp busted the top 4 heirachy in the next season, pushing out Arsenal and making it into the CL. Last season, we made another CL final and made top 4 again. In the CL final, all that good have went wrong, went wrong and that is the luck that has eluded him in his European finals. Now, he has us challenging for the PL as of right now. I think you are falling for the tripe being spouted on SM and by pundits, trying to diminish the great work Klopp has done so far by saying "Now, he has to win something or the owners will. ". The owners will do what, exactly? IMO, even they are not dumb enuff to what's going on. Even they know that regardless if he has won anything or not, Klopp is the BEST chance we have of winning anything right now, plain and simple. If he comes close and fails? We reboot and go again. Now if they are dumb enough to fire him cos he is not winning things fast enuff for them then they should go ahead and do that and see what happens. IMO, it won't be pretty. For them.


12.) 10 Nov 2018 22:11:11
Only joking Ed25 :) you guys are playing some really neat football and Gomes looks class. Take care pal.

{Ed025's Note - nice to have a bit of banter with you para, its all good mate and a bit of rivalry is healthy imo, i do wish you luck and think you have a decent chance to lift the title this season, respect..


13.) 11 Nov 2018 01:50:23
suku, all very well to say its not success but the oath to that is improvement first.
klopp could have won 3 league cups but it wouldn't be enough. people will say they're mickey mouse cups and success is only when we win the league. yes he's spent some money but not as much as utd, chelsea or city so by that judgment anything above 4th is success. are you really judging him as a failure based on some one game finals that could have gone either way? who would you replace him with?


 

 

12 Oct 2018 17:11:43
For a team that's at no more than gear 2 with a not-so-clinical frontline, I think we done well for our start. 20 out of 24 points claimed, tied with MC and CFC. Already played City, Spurs (A) and Chelsea (A) and lost to none, 5 neat points collected.
That's 3 of the current top 5.

We've had it rammed down our throats daily how "brilliant" Chelsea have been, the "miracle" Sarri's worked. Not to forget how City have been "City" and may as well be handed the title yesterday.
Yet here third we sit, equal points with the favourites.

Out of form Liverpool with out of sync, misfiring forwards winning six on the trot, outplaying "brilliant" Chelsea and reducing "streets ahead" City to no more than 2 shots on target and zero goals, not be Stoke-ing it but playing decent stuff.
Oh, by the way, did I mention it's 3 goals conceded? Yes THREE. Played away to Leicester, Spurs, Palace and Chelsea and hosted City (H/ A seemingly makes little difference to these) . Shipped in only 3.

See, much has been said about LFC's high press and counterattacking prowess. And fair dos.
What's not been highlighted much is how the teams has actually varied the style this season. Bulk of our goals have actually been less from the usual turnovers from the press. Set pieces and build play up have been our mainstay.

Mane (Palace) and Salah (Brighton) are the two vintage c/ a goals I recall off the top of my head.
Look at the clear cut to half chances we created at Chelsea. Not typical h/ p or c/ a play.
Westhampton? Southampton? Spurs?

There's a far greater defensive solidity, control and calm in our play now. Sturridge, Shaqiri, Keita allow us to to vary our style.
Fact is that, Liverpool is far more equipped now to deal with the low block teamz.
And I'm absolutely loving the turnaround in set pieces. We were literally the worst in either defending or exploiting them.

All of a sudden that's swung now. We going to score more from set plays and concede considerably less (have we a conceded from a set piece so far? ) . We pose multiple threats.
And we can even afford to "carry" our frontline, unlike last season when it was the other way round.

As for Salah being figured out? I think not. Mo's been getting and CREATING chances. He just hasn't been taking them, little to do with the opposition.
He's not being stopped playing, no. He's VERY much been playing. It's the finish letting him down.

It's likely that he'll improve, as no doubt will Bobby and Mane.
That the team is at gear 2 and the frontline somewhat off the boil and we still where we are on the log speaks volumes about the quality of this team and what's still to come.

I can accept Napoli for sure. Unless you think that every game played should be won and won convincingly, there's little to analyse there. There will be bad days. And they be just that, bad days.
This thing of nano-analyzing and overanalyzing is ridiculous. Players managers are allowed to get it wrong some occasions.

Sorry for the long post.

Suku Langa

1.) 13 Oct 2018 18:36:50
Great post lad. The boys look tired, the champions league run and the World Cup looks to have tired them out.


2.) 13 Oct 2018 21:52:17
Spot on, OP. The fact that people are getting concerned cos we lost a CK game vs Napoli away from home (where we were useless from top top to bottom, is what I find baffling. As if LFC are not allowed to have a bad day at the office. If that is the standard then such fans had better quit watching us now cos there WILL be bad days. The hope is that they are not that many during the season.

Also on the high press system, we stopped playing that way (in it's purest form) for two years now and Klopp has calibrated it a bit more to suit the demands of the PL hence, we a re a bit more pragmatic in our approach right now as ED01 said, in a bid to conserve energy for the business end of the season.

The fact is that we are joint top of the PL, 20 points out of 24 (10 out of 12 point away from home vs CP, Chelsea, Spurs and Leicester), second in the CL group (smashed up PSG), gone through the hardest period of fixtures in the division and WE ARE STILL STANDING. It's all good, people. Up Da Pool!


3.) 13 Oct 2018 22:35:05
Spot on brover lad couldn't of said it any better if I tried fella. YNWA.


4.) 14 Oct 2018 07:51:28
The question is BRover, what if we stay at this 2nd gear for the entire season? What then? We're quickly approaching the first quarter mark of the season. 😵.


5.) 14 Oct 2018 09:17:57
I know, we are growing into this season, and it's mad saying that sitting joint top. Good post OP. Spot on.

Watched the Premier league show on I player. Chris Sutton, Wes Brown, Ian Wright, Gaby Logan and some journalist. Debating the best Premier league side of all time. I felt sick watching it! But annoys me how it's always the "premier" league. All they did is change the spelling from one word, into french, and Liverpool are never mentioned.

Man United were deemed the best, Giggs, Roy Keane, Scholes and Beckham era. Because they dominated in the league AND won the European Cup. Well we did that for fun and it annoys me how they talk about the Premier league as if it is a different league from the one we dominated. It's EXACTLY the same bloody league. (think I said league too many times, there I go again, saying league) do you know what mean? I think we are the greatest ever English side. Our team in the 70s/ 80 was one of the best sides the world has ever seen. Fact, it shouldn't be so easily forgotten, especially by youngsters, who maybe don't support Liverpool.


 

 

11 Aug 2017 13:56:28
This Coutinho saga further proves how shambolic and frighteningly inept the club is with transfers.
They'd known all along about Coutinho wanting Barcelona and possibly looking to move this summer.
They quoted PSG/ Barca a price at some point.

Now saying they don't wanna sell. Why did they put a price on him in the first place? Their stance should have been made clear to Coutinho and whatever suitors at THAT time. If there were circumstances under which they'd be open to selling, this should've been made clear.

It should NEVER have come to this. It cannot be allowed to drag on. A solution, either way, has to be found and found soon. If don't wanna sell, the matter is closed then with that statement. If open to selling, get over with it now. I'd suggest naming a single, non-negotiable figure to Barcelona which they'll either stump up or do one.

More than anything else, this underscores the (urgent) need for a proper, competent sporting director, because whoever is there right now they not worth their weight in gold and are no more than charlatans stealing a living from LFC.

Ed02, what's your own views on how Liverpool has handled this Coutinho, all along?

Suku Langa

1.) 11 Aug 2017 14:20:31
Yup I agree totally this needs sorting asap and hopefully fsg stand by there statement earlier and don't sell or if things are that bad and coutinho has spat his dummy out and it might effect morale or his professional conduct isn't upto scratch then we need to name our price no negotiations and ask for full payment upfront and move on. However gutted I may be.


 

 

10 Aug 2017 14:08:40
Interesting developments with Danny Rose.
He's unsurprisingly met with some stinging criticism, for both form and content of his "outburst".
It raises some interesting questions.

1), Footballers are essentially employees at work, like many of us. So is it inherently bad/ wrong for them to primarily look to prioritize maximising their earnings, at every possible turn?

2) Is it inherently wrong/ bad for footballers to see their club as primarily/ merely an employer; their career merely a job? Or are they necessarily obliged to have an affinity with the club? Share same dreams as club/ fans?


3) Is it reasonable to expect a player to view football and particularly his relationship with his parent club thru the same lenses as the fan? Is it inherently wrong when this is not the case?

4)Is it inherently wrong for a player to see and use a club as a "stepping stone"? Is the very concept of "stepping stone" automatically bad and justified of its negative connotations?

5) The CONTRACT: Wantaway player.

Fans: "Well, he happily signed a new six year contract only just 10 months ago"; "The club should hold firm and force him to honour his full contract. "

These are some of the things normally churned out in cases when a player wants out. Is there merit in these? Is it the correct way of going about things?
Let's flip it and put shoe in the other foot.

The CONTRACT: Club wants rid of players Klavan and Sakho.

Klavan: "I have 3 years left in my contract and I fully intend seeing it out. Liverpool should honour the full years. I'm going nowhere. "

Sakho: "My deal has 2 years to run. I want club to fully honour it and I intend going nowhere".

Fans react: "Bloody leeches. They are a disgrace. Let them rot in the reserves. "

What does a contract mean? Does it mean that the both player and club SHOULD and intend fully seeing it?
Is reality as mechanical as the contract envisions?
Is a strictly legalistic, rather than pragmatic (reasonable), approach to matters, desirable here?

Wouldn't adopting such an approach result in rather absurd situations which would soon be pretty much unworkable, to the benefit of no one?
I believe that it is down to reason and pragmatism that so much business is (sometimes) seamlessly done.


Clubs have their own ambitions, granted. And they would like to hold onto their important players, understandably. And there's a contract in place, sure. But then the player has his rights and entitlements, maybe more so morally than legally, depending.
Is it just and fair for an employee to be held against their will?
Would it be fair and just for a club that wants rid to be lumbered with that player refusing to leave, because of a contract?

Surely the reasonable, moral and just position is that of granting the employee/ employer their wish so long as reasonable and due compensation is paid?

Appealing to reason seems to me to be the sensible and most workable rout than this inconsistent insistence on the principle of "he signed a contract. Force him to honour it".

Of course, other factors come into play, crucial among them being timing. It obviously has to be right for the selling club.
It would be unreasonable and frankly absurd to expect to Spurs to just sell Harry Kane should Madrid rock up with even a £200m offer tomorrow morning.
However, it would be absurd and unreasonable of Arsenal to reject advances for Sanchez even NOW given that they've known, and thus had time to make provision for this eventuality. They would, however, be within their legal rights to do so.

The stance of a club like RBL, from the point of view of not having had sufficient time to make provision for Keita's departure, would be perfectly reasonable. In light of Rangnick/ their coach's recent pronouncements about a sale being likelier next summer, I'd think this is pretty much the case.
On the whole, RBL cannot be deemed to have been unreasonable in the Keita matter.
The timing may have been a problematic issue, hence the unshakable stance.

I'm a strong believer in reason, pragmatism and moral justness. This is why, as much as I want Coutinho to stay and Liverpool to keep all its best players, I accept that may not always be practical.
Football is not much different from life. People will always be ambitious, thirsting to rise and keep rising.

You starting out at this one company don't necessarily mean you wanna stay there for a long time. Same with football. Let's not demonize footballers for being human.

Nothing wrong with Coutihno or any other player wanting to leave Liverpool for Barcelona. But you never going to make peace with it so long as you expect footballers to view thru your lenses and to share your ideals. When it happens, it happens, great. When it doesn't, it doesn't, no big deal

Apologies for the long post.

Suku Langa

1.) 10 Aug 2017 14:28:16
No matter what I reply with, its going to seem insignificant. I lost you about halfway down the post, but I do agree with your points around Football being a "job" to players. This is where I sometimes struggle with transfers, because the whole football world and way of operating is so far removed from the real world. I think it was Ronaldo (when he was pushing for a move to Madrid) that said he felt like a modern slave. To an extent I can understand it, but the ridiculous wages they earn just makes me not care a single bit haha.


2.) 10 Aug 2017 14:39:56
I scrolled down looking for a response in red.

There wasn't so kept moving lol.


3.) 10 Aug 2017 15:15:04
I feel that was too long. I read it, but I'm not sure what I read.


4.) 10 Aug 2017 16:26:36
to the OP: your post was a pleasure to read, thank you.


5.) 10 Aug 2017 17:30:44
I challenge you to an essay-off! These boards aren't long enough for the both of us 😉.


6.) 10 Aug 2017 17:37:22
Suku great post mate.


 

 

07 Aug 2017 10:03:55
Salah is more than capable down the middle.
And adding Brandt would allow Mane to play on the right, where he's more dangerous, IMO.

But I dunno if Brandt's still in Klopp's picture. I hope he is.

Suku Langa

1.) 07 Aug 2017 10:26:35
yeah true, sounds good, but i wouldn't be scared if we didn't replace coutinho and invested in a better defender than lovren and better GK than karius and a DM like medel or martinez.


2.) 07 Aug 2017 10:32:40
Salah was bought for his speed like Mane, putting him in the middle would take his best attribute out of the game. If Coutinho leaves (which is looking likely) me personally I would like us to have a look at Muller make him feel loved cause he's not getting it in Munich and we all know he is world class when he's on form.


3.) 07 Aug 2017 10:32:40
Salah was bought for his speed like Mane, putting him in the middle would take his best attribute out of the game. If Coutinho leaves (which is looking likely) me personally I would like us to have a look at Muller make him feel loved cause he's not getting it in Munich and we all know he is world class when he's on form.


4.) 07 Aug 2017 11:17:16
A good replacement for coutinho would be eriksen but not a chance spurs would sell.


5.) 07 Aug 2017 18:06:34
Fowlersgod, forget Muller. Coutinho should be replaced with a midfielder who can play in a 3 man midfield. Its more and more obvious that Keita was the designated replacement, not someone meant to play with Coutinho. RM tried to sell Kovacic to Spurs earlier this window so why not bid for him? Not the same player as Coutinho but adds creativity and energy to our midfield.


 

 

 

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09 Aug 2017 12:42:24
What an embarrassment you are klucas87. An utterly disgraceful and miserable excuse for a human being.
Crawl back to whatever little poop hole you reared your runt head from.

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07 Aug 2017 10:23:54
I'd hope so too Ed. As I said, seems most sensible to me. Brandt was the player originally wanted and now the likely change in circumstances should revive this option.
Thanks again for the reply.

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12 Jul 2017 13:43:45
Too right there Yankee Red.

Transfer windows now assumed same importance as matches themselves. for the fans that is.

Some HBP meds be needed for some on here.

Everyone jus need to take a chill pill and let clube get on with its business.
To get so wrapped emotionally invested in this. Crazy. It's only a transfer window. not some UCL final or BPL title decider.

You get the feeling that folks' actual health be shot were Klopp not to sign another player this window.

Just relax will ya! Gon cause yourselves stroke.

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16 Jun 2017 06:27:30
Salah must be aggrieved now havin been "agreed" a dozen more times after being first "agreed and done and dusted" in May yet still actually havin no deal in place.

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05 Jun 2017 19:32:15
So much then for reports about him going to City being a "done deal".
That said, I don't see that we gon pull this one off.

And Ed002, what's the present situation between Van Dijk and LFC from your own knowledge?

Thanks.

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{Ed002's Note - The asking price for van Dijk is beyond what other clubs value him at - Manchester City may just be stupid enough to pay it and perhaps Liverpool are desperate enough to pay it.}


 

 

 

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09 Nov 2018 15:20:32
Ed01


Klopp has zero trophies at LFC, a no success, a failure given the monies he has spent and time he's been here. Liverpool hasn't been successful under Klopp.

He has the team playing "well" and back in the CL. But that was never the point was it? The point was SUCCESS, of which he's had NONE.

Have I managed to un-"waffle" it for you? Is it clear now?

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{Ed001's Note - still just meaningless waffle. If you think he has been here so long and spent so much that he must win something then you are a typical modern day childish 'want it now' fan. You still haven't made any point other than to show what a muppet you are.}


 

 

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22 Oct 2018 09:31:19
City have a better squad than us, yeah. but I'm not sure if the principle of that fact is why we've yet to hit our stride.
Don't worry too much about it.

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22 Oct 2018 09:24:15
I got Virgil captaining the side for the next 6 odd seasons. Gomez would make tidy deputy and really does seem destined to take over from Virgil.
Trent will be a big part of the core for sure, but as Captain I got him further down the queue. Don't mean he can't be a leader in his own right though.

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19 Aug 2017 15:20:20
Superred91

You delusional? Ridiculous post mate. Hate on them, sure, I get that. But that's utterly ludicrous.
With THIS squad we have, we'll be lucky to make fourth.

Utd have went out and addressed their areas of concern and now are better and stronger for it.
Has Liverpool done the same?
Am sure we have, hence all the moaning and anxiety on these pages.

Drop the bitterness pal.

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18 Aug 2017 18:52:51
Did Barcelona ACTUALLY "sell" Neymar mikey? I think you'll find that Barcelona were taken out of this equation as Neymar bought himself out of his contract. Barcelona had absolutely zero say in this.
I agree with your sentiments though.

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