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22 Oct 2015 22:43:15
Whats the situation with Brannagan?

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20 Feb 2019 02:32:43
I see Chirivella has been sent on loan to Extremadura. Is this a step up from Willem 2? what's the opinion of him within the club?

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1.) 20 Feb 2019 09:57:31
He unfortunately lost any chance of getting a role in the first team when’s we bought Fabinho.

He should look to move away permanently.


 

 

20 Feb 2019 02:31:17
Pal Glatzel just scored his first goal for U23 this week. Good to see them giving him a shot in U23.

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15 Feb 2019 02:42:29
Reading that Lampard is highly impressed with Liverpool's loan department. He reckons they are doing a great job of looking after Wilson and communicating with him. Eds - do you know how true this is? Does this extend to their other loanees as well and thus bode well for how Liverpool are starting to treat their loanees - given how poorly its been managed in recent years?

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{Ed002's Note - They are doing better than they have in the past without doubt.}


1.) 15 Feb 2019 11:14:35
I Think the big shrft we have seen is both an improvement in progressive loans where they are thinking further ahead than just 3 months as well as a liason officer who helps keep them focused and reports back to Liverpool.

I know we have recently introduced penalties which has both positive and negatives benefits but overall probably meaning teams are only wanting loanees if they aren’t going to impact the team.


2.) 15 Feb 2019 11:42:36
It's great news. Klopp gives youngsters s chance and for that reason I really think some of our youth players are going to come through.

Lewis
Gallagher
Camancho
Hoever
Curtis jones
Wilson
Woodburn
Duncan
Brewster.

Look at
Trent
Gomez
Solanke
Camancho
Curtis Jones.

I haven't seen a carra gold report for a while. Does anyone know if Ben Woodburn is getting any chances at the blades? He wasn't getting a look in last year but we've seen him play. He must be one of the most technically gifted players in the utd squad. So what is the issue? I reckon he should have gone up the road with Gerrard.

{Ed001's Note - I usually put the reports on the rumour page as they are quiet at this time of year mate. Sorry, it just means they stay on the page longer to be seen.}


3.) 15 Feb 2019 12:57:24
Isnt Woodburn back at Liverpool and currently with the squad?


4.) 15 Feb 2019 16:55:36
..................There is no way at all we are going to put posts up like this...........


5.) 15 Feb 2019 17:12:08
Please accept my abject apologies Ed, the point I was very clumsily trying to make is that we don't have a player called Camancho.

{Ed002's Note - No problem.}


6.) 15 Feb 2019 22:20:20
Good name though “Camancho”.

Might call my new puppy “Camancho”, has a ring to it. 👍.


 

 

14 Jan 2019 02:33:22
Thinking about clubs who develop young players. I understand if they lose them soon after they turn a certain age (18?) they get a fee set by the tribunal. Are they then entitled to any more money eg when the new club on-sells the player. For example, Chelsea got a fee when Solanke signed for LFC, so will they be entitled to a cut of the Bournemouth transfer fee?

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{Ed001's Note - yes, any clubs that develop players up to a certain age (if I remember correctly is 21 but I would need to check that to be sure) get a cut of 5% of any future transfer fees paid.}


1.) 14 Jan 2019 19:28:38
Thanks mate.


 

 

02 Jan 2019 23:42:16
Eds - on the past LFC have been rightly criticised for the way its been run. Just wondering what your opinion is on how professional it is now? Does it still have a long way to go, would you say its on the right path, what still needs to be addressed to see it being respected for the way its run?

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{Ed002's Note - I really would not go there.}


1.) 03 Jan 2019 00:30:53
One of the best ran club around.


2.) 03 Jan 2019 01:07:12
I believe the general consensus was that we are being run far better now than we were previously but we are far from perfect. Situations like the VVD signing impacted our reputation etc but we are in a much better place than we were 5 years ago! Putting a few trophies behind us will also make the owners expenditure seem more worthwhile but we have spent a lot more than people realise.


3.) 03 Jan 2019 05:11:18
I think the owners have thrown an awful lot of money into the club but we are miles away from being most well run club. I mean i could see all this tumbling down if don't win anything of credit for next two three seasons. If i read correctly last season was after a long time club made some profit, i thing we are on the right path though to being ideally run.


4.) 03 Jan 2019 06:47:18
1) The number are getting better (we are in profits)
2) They made the right call to get the best manager at a time we were really poor
3) They are giving him time to build with no pressure of sacking.
4) They made the money available for Klopp to get the players he wanted (2 world record fees)
5) Added capacity to the stadium and may still add more.
6) We are on the verge of getting best kit deal

Obviously there hasn't been a trophy yet and I'm sure there are a few negatives as well but looks well run to me. let's not forget the mess the previous owners left us in.


5.) 03 Jan 2019 01:56:22
Thanks Ed002.


6.) 03 Jan 2019 09:14:21
Sustained success, proper behavior when attaining players, a supportive youth system, and careful expenditure is what would merit a well run club in my opinion and I’m not sure we ar even close to being there yet. I’m also of the opinion that things have improved since Peter Moore came in.

{Ed025's Note - proper behavior is a matter of conjecture aoe..


7.) 03 Jan 2019 10:31:24
I’d say we’re on right track but as always there’s much more to be done. On the plus side we have a manager players want to play for and who is capable of embracing and leveraging the emotional energy of the club whilst simultaneously freeing the players from the burden of history. We also have had a few very successful recruitment windows thanks to Gordon, Edwards and Klopp working together more cohesively. I can only put this down to Gordon and Edwards learning from previous errors.

The sponsorship deals still look a bit average but we’ll have to give Peter Moore a chance to change that.

The stadium has improved without affecting the atmosphere. There’s still a bit more to be done there.

Reading between the lines here I get the feeling that Henry, Gordon, Edwards and Klopp are not well liked across Europe for various reasons. Whether this is a problem really depends on where football is heading and whether the club is losing opportunities. Clearly recruitment is big business and there’s a whole level of brinkmanship that we fans do not see. In other industries Americans and Europeans do business and negotiations quite differently. Perhaps that is part of the issue.


8.) 03 Jan 2019 12:27:35
Ed2 answered this question in depth about a month ago.


9.) 04 Jan 2019 00:08:08
phil - in my day that was known as a 'hospital pass' 😄.


 

 

 

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14 Jan 2019 19:21:57
He is too good for the u23 - great passer, good game management. He looks frustrated but Im not convinced he has a future with us. Ed001 might know better.

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{Ed001's Note - he did look like he might have a chance but Fabinho has taken his place I think.}


 

 

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02 Jan 2019 23:03:54
Suso is a completely different type of player. His lack of speed isn't a drawback in his current league. I reckon that ship has sailed.

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28 Dec 2018 02:55:40
Juanma is 20 (? ) but injuries have set back his progress. The others are only 19 so we shouldn't be expecting too much from them.

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13 Dec 2018 23:40:03
Why would he? Both Gomez and Matip are due back before Feb. No way they will sign a player just to cover the time they are off. They will look to U23 before that.

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06 Dec 2018 00:43:11
oh sorry I think I misread your post. Im guessing you are talking about David Brooks who plays for Bournemouth?

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19 Feb 2019 19:30:21
He has a good workrate, high energy, good touch, passes well, reasonable cross (needs to work more on delivering it into dangerous areas) - not convinced yet how good he is defensively but he presses well.

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14 Feb 2019 19:43:52
For mine Glatzel is further advanced than Duncan. He makes smarter runs and has a better all round game atm. But Duncan certainly looks like he has a future in the game - just needs to keep developing.

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14 Feb 2019 19:38:42
My understanding of Moreno is that he is apparently a very good trainer off the field, works hard and appears to take the coach's advice. The problem is that it all dribbles out of his brain once he gets onto the field.

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04 Feb 2019 20:39:32
Koulibaly would only come if he were to be first choice - so basically we are asking Gomez to set back his development. So Lovren is great because he is much better than people give him credit for and he pushes Gomez.

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31 Jan 2019 00:45:09
Whilst I think you are underestimating how much he cost us, one thing I like about Klopp is that he doesn't want instant success and is happy to ease players in (as long as they are working hard) .

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{Ed0333's Note - Klopp doesn’t want instant success what do you mean mate?