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Best team moment: winning the 2005 European cup. and the 1989 fa cup final.

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06 Dec 2016 08:31:21
eds is quincy promes a realistic target for January?


{Ed002's Note - This would be to replace Mance for three matches or so? Then what?

Quincy Promes has been watched over the past 18 months or so by Inters, Spurs, Chelsea, Manchester United, Newcastle, Liverpool, Dortmund, Al Ain and Southampton. Interest of Bayern Munich and Juventus (both of whom saw him as squad padding) was ended when quoted €32M by Spartak before Christmas 2015 but they became aware of a third party that might have a claim on the player and might need to be paid off. This has pushed the asking price to an unrealistic €45M - enought to make Spurs drop any thoughts about trying to negotiate a deal. A new contract has recently been signed but Spartak would be keen to sell in January.}

1.) 06 Dec 2016 16:09:49
By spartak buying ALEXANDR SAMEDOV does that move the QUINCY PROMES transfer on or am I barking up the wrong tree.

{Ed002's Note - Read the post.}

2.) 06 Dec 2016 16:17:39
Holy Mackeral!

3.) 06 Dec 2016 17:00:00
Hello Ed,
A few rumours floating around of our interest in Virgil Van Djik and his rumoured 25M£ release clause. Is the price tag true?

{Ed002's Note - I don't know about the release clause but there will be enough interest in him from clubs that the price will likely run higher.}

4.) 06 Dec 2016 17:41:48
ed002 thanks for the reply, this site is the reason I don't buy newspapers. Safe travels, thanks for your time.

{Ed002's Note - You are very sweet - do you have an aunt still alive?}

5.) 06 Dec 2016 23:57:58
Azmoun or Quincy, which one is better?

6.) 06 Dec 2016 22:47:58
I've been reading this site since it was just football-rumours. My first ever post is purely because that is my favourite ever ed002 response of the last eight years!

7.) 08 Dec 2016 16:49:58
LEEKUANYEW, PROMES is a better more end product and assists, an all-round better player, AZMOUN would probably struggle to get game time with us.

8.) 09 Dec 2016 13:41:10
Never watched Quincy play tbh with ya, but I can tell you if his Fut 17 card is anything to go by he's one hell of a player;)



25 Jul 2016 00:34:28
Rumours gathering pace that Liverpool will make one final offer of £8m to Leicester for ben chilwell.


1.) 25 Jul 2016 07:14:34
I love it when rumours gather pace 😅.

2.) 25 Jul 2016 09:47:28
Not seen him myself, but happy to go with all what people say. If we don't get him now and he plays well next season for whoever he could be worth the kind of fee Luke Shaw went for? He wants to come so let's get it done so we can move on, as I think that might be our lot! Would just be mainly selling or maybe a few kids?

3.) 25 Jul 2016 11:29:45
I've no problem with bringing Chilwell in but only if he's one of 2 left backs coming in.
By all accounts he has great potential but at 19 and with very little appearances under his belt is he suitable backup/ replacement for Moreno.
I believe Moreno is our weak link however perhaps Klaven can fit in there when needed.

4.) 25 Jul 2016 12:07:11
Don't worry too much about little prem experience. Rob Jones, Jon Flannaghan, Luke Shaw etc etc the list goes on. Young quality can do well and it's no different to buying an expensive 'known' full back from Spain, France or Brazil as they too have no prem experience and can also fail.

If people in the game who have seen players come through and know their stuff tip this guy then it should be enough.

He could be bad just as much as he could be amazing, that can be anyone we bring in, so just trust it's a good choice and we have good coaches,

5.) 25 Jul 2016 13:32:38
I wouldn't expect him to come straight in and replace Moreno, more challenge Moreno to up his game abit and give him maybe the same amount of game time as Smith last season and perhaps replace Moreno next season.

6.) 25 Jul 2016 13:58:29
Watched him vs Celtic and he`s already better than Moreno, the worst defensive liability I`ve ever seen.

7.) 25 Jul 2016 14:34:58
Willems is the better than chillwell imo though bc does have great potential.

8.) 26 Jul 2016 01:04:32
to anyone saying moreno is worst left back ever, can noone remember konchesky? although i do agree he isn't good enough, let's not put him that low.

9.) 26 Jul 2016 09:57:04
Worst left back has got to be Julian dicks for those of us who can remember.



16 May 2016 16:04:40
reports coming from Germany that loris karius has agreed terms with Liverpool, know anything about this ed? also it seems to me that klopp already has his targets in mind as we are not wasting time in getting players in, getting them out could be a bit trickier I feel. Roll on Wednesday the mighty reds in a European final again has a nice ring to it, winning the final will of course change the way we view the season and also return us to the champions league, where we have some making up to do after what happened the last time we were in it.


{Ed002's Note - I don't know any detail just that he was going to be more likely than Horn or ter Stegen. He is not a player Liverpool has shown any interest in during the season although it was thought that they could turn to him. Everton have looked at him on several occasions and Dortmund are looking for a replacement for Weidenfeller who can push Burki and are again looking at Karius. Spurs looked whilst there were concerns over Lloris not renewing his contract.}

1.) 16 May 2016 16:16:07
thanks for the reply ed002.

2.) 16 May 2016 20:14:44
hi does anyone no if it will be as 2choice or replace migs not seen anything of him a report off anyone would be good wats his good attributes cheers.

3.) 16 May 2016 20:34:28
Ed002 has said for a long time that we are looking for a keeper to challenge Mignolet mike g so there's your answer.

4.) 16 May 2016 18:26:26
Someones having fun on wiki - apparently Karius is 3.6m tall - should be able to command his box then lol.



10 Feb 2016 15:42:26
ed 2 do you expect joel matip to announce on Friday he has agreed to join lfc? also not lfc related but do you have any info as to where pelligrini will end up next year? thanks for your time.


{Ed002's Note - I don't expect any announcement from Joel Matip on Friday KK. There is no information on where Pellegrini will move to next season but I suspect he might well end up at a club that still has a contracted manager such as Atletico Madrid if Simeone were to leave or perhaps as one of the three to be considered by Juventus if Allegri were to leave.}

1.) 10 Feb 2016 17:16:10
thanks for the reply ed.

2.) 11 Feb 2016 05:07:04
Hi Ed's

How about Rafa Benitez? Will he come back to PL?

Any club looking at him?

On a different note when I asked if Ed's had any updates on Rafa's next destination, I was told to go to Real Madrid page but however above I see open discussion about Simone, Pellegrini and Allegri.

{Ed001's Note - he is not coming to Liverpool but he wants an English club. He did have talks with Valencia but is not going there either.}

3.) 11 Feb 2016 05:23:33
Strange. I would think Valencia is perfect for him after the poor start by Neville.

{Ed001's Note - with Peter Lim in charge using it as a clearing house for Jorge Mendes players? No one in their right mind with more than two brain cells to rub together is going to take it. Why on earth do you think Neville got the job in the first place?}

4.) 11 Feb 2016 05:27:30
any English club ed or has he one in mind. arsenal perhaps?

{Ed001's Note - there is nothing brewing right now for him, the sporting director of Valencia tried to get him to agree a deal but he turned it down, but there has been no Prem approach, yet anyway.}

5.) 11 Feb 2016 06:40:38
Thanks Ed1.

Yes, it was a real shock seeing Gary Neville getting a manager job without any exp or knowledge of local language.

{Ed001's Note - he only got it as he is Peter Lim's mate and no one else wants it, otherwise he would be gone by now.}

6.) 11 Feb 2016 10:37:58
Aye Ed is right, the Salford City connections.

7.) 11 Feb 2016 11:09:23
Benitez for Chelsea.

8.) 11 Feb 2016 15:20:25
So, anyway. About Matip. He's rejected Schalke's contract offer. But they're still in de nile. Are there other clubs interested in signing him Eds or is Anfield his likely destination?

Huh? Benitez for Chelsea? No chance.
I could see him somewhere like Everton or Southampton, if either of them end up without a manager. Or, seeing as there's likely to be a managerial merry-go-round this year. Perhaps as the next Watford or Leicester boss?

9.) 11 Feb 2016 17:11:06
they say never rule anything out, but if rafa became everton manager it would be a bigger shock to me than Leicester winning the title.

10.) 12 Feb 2016 12:36:45
De nile is nowhere near Schalke. its in Egypt.

11.) 12 Feb 2016 13:10:14
Love it Zimbo.




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22 May 2017 02:22:34
what a shame we had such a poor January/ febuary, however I would have taken 4th before the season started, I actually feel we threw away 3rd but what's done is done. What I am looking forward to is Liverpool putting right the wrongs of our last cl showings which was probably the worst we had in recent memory, I also thank the eds for guiding us all through another season, we now have the transfer rumour season to hurdle, where no doubt "read the post" and "I cannot answer on random names" will feature highly, all I want us to do is buy players there are better than we have already got, mane has set the standard in that regard imo, surely we will be buying a left back this year, no disrespect to james milner whose efforts I appreciated but that is one priority we need to sort out.


1.) 22 May 2017 10:34:15
Ajax are a team that play together with a long held club philosophy.

while Utd are 11 top class individuals tryint to play together for a vicious little runt who has made them lose a long held club philosophy .

That's a big leveller in my book.

Wait till we see what psychological nonsense the 'special needs one' employs against them or/ and the officials.

To quote Kevin Keegan "I would love it" if Ajax beat them on sudden death penalties, after a gruelling encounter with both teams badly weakenwd and Felani slipping and putting the ball in row Z on the final penalty kick






13 May 2017 23:17:57
how the hell has it come to this? this is what happens when you don't win your home games, now is the time for the whole club to stand up and be counted, the players have to prove they want cl as much as us fans by going out there and beating west ham.

if not than we would have blown it, as there is no way that arsenal will fail to beat blunderland midweek, if you thought that stoke were poor, they are even worse, as I write we still control our destiny, we simply have to beat west ham, the players should not be short on motivation, its win or bust time.

I hope klopp gets his tatics and his line up including subs spot on, we need this more than west ham and now we need to prove it.


1.) 14 May 2017 07:20:03
Ultimately another season where inability to beat the teams in the bottom half is the problem.



10 May 2017 13:15:21
ed002 this is not strictly Liverpool related but I saw a article today about andy holt the Accrington Stanley chairman who was basically saying the premier league is ruining the game as the money they provide is akin to peasents fighting over the scraps, naturally the pl has defended itself over the amount of money it provides, my question for you is what is the future for these clubs?, we have seen Coventry for example go from being a pl team to becoming a complete disaster. Do you like I do, see a lot of these clubs going out of existence?


{Ed002's Note - I hold a reasonably strong view in terms of the need to restructure football in Europe in any case. For me an eventual a breakaway pan-European league would force the restructuring of many of the national leagues, possibly resulting in a British league with perhaps only a couple of professional tiers and then regionalised amateur leagues below that. Financially I do not see that so many pro sides can be sustained within the sport which, like it or not, will see more and more money going in to the highest levels of the game. Governments will ensure that grassroot sports get funding but everything in the middle (Southern, Northern, Conference, Division 2, Scottish Divisions 1-3, League of Wales will not get the funding needed to continue on any sort of professional basis. For me, clubs should already recognise this and put their efforts in to getting there finances in order to see if they can make it to a British professional league that will need to flourish without perhaps six sides that have gone down the pan-European route - and have gone for good. Clubs like Accrington Stanley will need to carry on as ameteurs or face extinction (yet again). A possible option might result from a potential landmark decision that UEFA must make in June or July - and that could facilitate the ownership of of lower-tier sides by the more senior sides and then work as a feeder club.}

1.) 10 May 2017 14:11:20
thanks for the reply ed, I myself see a bleak future for a lot of lower league clubs as there is simply not enough money to go round, also a lot of sides have stadiums far to big for there average attendances, doing nothing is simply not a option, as the rich clubs get richer, and we possibly head towards a European super league, these smaller clubs will be bulldozed out of existence.

{Ed002's Note - I think that is very true, but there are way too many pro sides in England already and the existing model cannot be sustained. Eveything will look very different in 10 years time.}

2.) 10 May 2017 14:22:50
who are the 6 sides if i may ask 002?

{Ed002's Note - At the moment there are three English sides involved in the regular discussions with another trying (so far unsuccessfully) to get involved. It works very much on an invitational basis and the next planned discussions are at the end of August in Monaco. Eventually the plan will be for two tiers and perhaps six English sides being involved.}

3.) 10 May 2017 14:30:57
this is the Liverpool page.

(sorry - couldn't resist)

4.) 10 May 2017 14:35:38
bound to happen ed - in fact I am surprised it hasn't happened a whole lot sooner.

Just look at monies spent this year in the EPL and if we take the top 3 as being Chelsea, Spurs and City - that's Arsenal, United and LFC fighting for remaining spot, so 2 have no CL income next season.

{Ed002's Note - Right.}

5.) 10 May 2017 14:55:36
I'm assuming that two of those clubs are United and City, do you think there may be an issue for them being in the same city? Ie the european breakaway league won't want to have 2 big clubs from the same city and would rather spread them around if at all possible.

Or do you see it as entirely unimportant?

As a follow up question do you see the breakaway league operating a franchise structure more like the US sports where franchises could be moved to a new location etc?

A follow up follow up question, if the above franchise system is likely do you think this would lead to younger players being involved in a college style tier before joining the breakaway teams or will it still be the current system of academies and poaching youngsters?

Apologies for my ignorance on all this and cheers in advance for your response.

{Ed002's Note - Firstly no they are not both involved and there will be no limitations on the number of clubs from any one city. It is the clubs themselves foring the breakaway and there will be no franchise type system.}

6.) 10 May 2017 15:08:35
Cheers Ed, you're invaluable.

I can only assume that United are involved and City aren't (although that may be wrong) .

However, if I am right, the owners of City must be very worried that they have invested so much into the club and the area and are not currently part of the discussions.

I can only hope and pray that Liverpool are at least involved in the discussions. I'm aware that not everyone would want us to join such a league but you have to be involved in the discussions to be able to make the decision over whether you are in or not.

Have a great day Ed.

{Ed002's Note - None of it involves Liverpool. This has been dealt with at length in the past.}

7.) 10 May 2017 16:19:47
Easily the most ignorant post I've seen on this sight, super mane, if the smaller clubs fold what do you expect to happen to the level of talent available for the national side if professional coaching is not available at lower levels? Further more what do you think will happen to Liverpool? Because I highly doubt we would be considered for the break away league having been out of European football for as long as we have. Fleas on fleas? Serious lack of class.



09 May 2017 13:59:57
why has our home form deserted us just when we needed it most? its a good job we have picked up those away wins but of course the frustration is that due to our lack of home form ( 0 wins in 3 winnable games since winning the derby) we are limping towards the line instead of already booking our place in the champions league.


1.) 09 May 2017 14:09:23
No Mane and the team looks tired to me.

2.) 09 May 2017 14:43:16
Coz away team sit back and make it hard to break the wall unlike when we travel the opposition is in front of their home crowd and play little bit more open. We aren't omen dimensional.

3.) 09 May 2017 14:48:13
Culmination of injuries catching up with the team, tiredness, nervousness and teams dropping everyone behind the ball to frustrate us because others have had success with playing that way.

4.) 09 May 2017 15:45:08
Spot on, Scarface. It is mixed bag of "goodies" that have plagued us of late. I will say that 13 of or 20 wins came vs lesser teams many of who parked the bus (even on their home turf) against us. At home, we need pace and quality from the flanks (RB's and wide men) and that is not happening right now and makes us easy to defend against. This is where we need to find solutions in the coming two games cos I see WH doing (even at home) that and Boro as well.

5.) 09 May 2017 17:48:29
I do agree that it's a culmination of a few things catching up with us but I don't think the buck just sits with the players and I certainly don't feel 'tiredness' is the main issue. If players are that fatigued given a week off between games then they are not proper athletes, so again I doubt that is the main issue. The main problems have been preparation and tactics against certain opponents and injuries. When the same thing repeatedly happens against the same type of opponents then it has to be something more than just the mentality of the players. Either way we are away next game, and then relegated Middlesbrough at home, if we don't take all 6 then we don't deserve top 4 and if we don't get top 4 this season is a big failure. So very important couple of weeks for the future of Liverpool, some players and Klopp.

6.) 09 May 2017 17:58:19
Agreee with Ron, klopp wearing them out in training maybe?

7.) 09 May 2017 19:44:07
The players may look a bit weary but I think it's more of what has already been said on these pages: tactical changes such as less pressing, less interchanging among the forwards, slower passing and an overall more controlled cautious game. I'd add the big gulf in quality between the starters and the bench, too. We're susceptible to fast counterattacks and maybe Klopp no longer wants to see the "LFC self-destruct once again" headlines anymore? So we're getting a dose of slow "grind it out" end-of-season games.

8.) 09 May 2017 20:22:13
Players are more nervous than tired.
They appear to be too scared to concede on the counter attack and that's affecting their movement further up the pitch.

9.) 09 May 2017 22:07:13
Spot on Ra and Supermane. A season is a grind and the organisms are starting to tire which is normal. This is why mental toughness is key at this latter stage of the season cos you have to just survive the grind which may be what Klopp has decided to do especially with the notion that he may NOT want to see us self-destruct again like we did last season at Basle. It is a tough one for him and I am sad for him BUT he's the manager and it is his job, as well as the players ' and ours as supporters, to push them over the line cos they're going to need us more than ever come Sun and next weekend.

10.) 09 May 2017 22:03:14
3 reasons for me for the last 90 mins of drivel. No width. Didn't start Studge. Didn't start Lallana.



01 May 2017 15:10:56
I would take a 1-0 win right now, at this stage of the season its all about getting the points, we need to take advantage of yesterday's results, we need to be on 69pts by bedtime.


1.) 01 May 2017 15:22:13
1-0 is not happening I am afraid. We are not famous to hold on a single goal lead. Let's play normal and score 4 or 5. I am one hundred percent certain Lovren will let one in or more.

2.) 01 May 2017 15:47:18
apparently lovren cannot get motivated for these type of games harry, which bodes well for our future prospects.

3.) 01 May 2017 15:58:24
And when he doesn't, will you come back here to confess that you were wrong about him, Harry cos many of the things you've been sure of this season, STILL have not happened yet?

4.) 01 May 2017 15:58:55
I know kingkenny. Some people learn the hard way mate. I hope we score plenty tonight and never look back or sit back.

5.) 01 May 2017 16:40:41
Lovren let one in!?
He in goal later is he 🙄.

6.) 01 May 2017 17:28:11
I'm quietly confident about this one. I think all the lads will be up for it, they will of seen the weekend results as well and know how important a good result is as well as us. We'll start off bright but fall behind to a Troy Deeney goal, Firmino will equalise, Couts will give us the lead and Lovren will score from a corner late on to seal it! Lol😏.

7.) 01 May 2017 17:42:25
Li ten will do okay to ight. Physical match up against Deeney will be right up his street.




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10 May 2017 15:58:38
plenty of clubs interested in him, shame it did not work out, I wish him well, we cannot keep everybody I suspect a lot of fringe players will be moving on come the summer.




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09 May 2017 13:10:20
the idea of going on loan LAVERS is to get game time, Flanagan has not got any game time, im not talking about weather or not you rate the player, simply put his loan spell with burnley was a waste of time for all concerned.




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09 May 2017 12:22:29
going to burnley on loan did not do Flanagan any favours.




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04 May 2017 03:50:06
I just don't get what the fuss is with this guy, shouldn't we be trying to develop joe Gomez instead?




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30 Apr 2017 04:06:05
lets get it done.





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24 May 2017 13:21:43
the minute moyes told the sunderland fans to expect a relegation fight they were in trouble, added to that his pathetic recruitment and tatics, the true miracle of last season was the fact he was not sacked which probably says more about ellis short as he is desperate to offload the club a. s. a. p, there supporters I have to say were superb each and every week, and deserved a whole lot better than what they put up with on a weekly basis.




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23 May 2017 16:56:19
feel sorry for the boy but these silly back passes have crept back into the game, and not for the better, move the ball forward should always be your first thought and option, the goalkeeper did not expect it as he himself had gone walk about.


{Ed001's Note - it was Guinea's first ever goal in a U20's World Cup, so something to be celebrated. It also gave them their first ever point. To be fair, the Chelsea pair at the back were hopeless in that game, had an absolute mare and that was just part of it.}



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23 May 2017 16:49:48
this is turning into quite a double act, the ed001 and Brenda show!


{Ed001's Note - have to keep him busy to stop him stalking me offline!}



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23 May 2017 16:10:02
a little bit to much information about you and your girlfriend there Brenda, don't put yourself down, they say practise makes perfect, so keep trying!




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23 May 2017 16:06:42
I remember being told the score at work ( I work nights) I spent the rest of the shift with a massive grin on my face, merry Christmas everton.