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24 Dec 2018 22:09:31
Merry NZ Christmas! Enjoy a christmas on top of the table in behalf of us downunder and enjoy youraelf another Christmad on top your time!

Let's continue to push the lads on!


1.) 26 Dec 2018 05:45:24
Merry xmas from Cornwallis, West Auckland New Zealand.

2.) 26 Dec 2018 08:11:43
And a Merry Christmas from the Central Coast, NSW, Australia and all the best for 2019.



18 Jul 2018 01:18:31
awesome if we are after allison. He looks confident and assured. to be honest, goalkeeping skills aside, I feel that those kinds of characteristics are missing from our team. we come across a bit of a front-running team that performs at peak when the cards fall our way. be nice to have some guys that ooze class and confidence to play their game no matter what is in front of them. that's also what I like about shaqiri.

keep up the good work everyone. we've been trending in a positive direction for the last couple seasons now, it's really cool to see the growth of this team under Klopp and FSG.


1.) 18 Jul 2018 03:14:21
Its not happening. Another false dawn.

2.) 18 Jul 2018 04:07:42
The Alisson Becker seems too good to be true to me honestly. The club had made some great signings and strides towards the future. However, I find it highly unlikely after Klopp stating that Ward would have an opportunity to be the number 1 keeper. Some of you might say who cares, but that type of rep of not keeping your word can deter players from coming.

I can't see Roma letting their best player go either, especially since they are not under any financial restrictions anymore as when they sold Salah to us. They would not let Becker go with no replacement lined up either.

Why would the club sign another keeper don't we have three on the books already. Four if you include Bogdan even though he is out on loan.

3.) 18 Jul 2018 05:42:07
I think Alisson will be leaving Roma this window regardless. Whether that is to us is a different matter. But I think he wants to go.

4.) 18 Jul 2018 06:04:52
How can people be certain that klopp actually said this to ward and it’s not just paper tosh? How can people be so certain that ward so he’d rather move on and be no1 somewhere else?

People always find something to moan about even when they might finally be getting what they’ve been asking for 🙄.

5.) 18 Jul 2018 06:31:18
HarrytheRed, TBF its not the first time Klopp has lied to one of his players. Seems to be a pretty regular thing.

6.) 18 Jul 2018 06:34:09
Totally agree Faithinworks, the fact that we are making offers for players of this calibre are signs that the club is making massive strides forward in the transfer market. An area in the running of the club that has been a bit doubtful until recently.
If we got Alisson and Fekir, what a fantastic window this will have been. Can't wait to finally see Keita in action too - what a season this could be!

7.) 18 Jul 2018 06:48:24
Harry, this is Monchi we’re talking about.
You really think he won’t sell a GK for £60+ million?

Every player has a price for Monchi. He will definitely sell, it just depends on whether the player can agree with the successful bidder.
Monchi will sell, don’t worry about that.

8.) 18 Jul 2018 07:02:54
Klopp had plenty of previous with telling a player one thing and doing another, Ward is particular already knows about it. Either way, both Karius and Ward now know for sure that Liverpool will replace them if we can, they both know they're replaceable.

9.) 18 Jul 2018 07:14:21
Didn't ED001 confirm contact had been made? If Klopp and FSG weren't serious about wanting the lad, why bother contacting? This isn't a game you know. Karius, Ward and Migs are all still on the books, why upset them even more if you don't think you've got a realistic chance of doing a deal?

10.) 18 Jul 2018 07:17:35
Let’s be honest. lots of players have no loyalty to their managers and clubs either. They say one thing and do another. ( Coutinho! )

11.) 18 Jul 2018 07:40:40

Spot. on!

12.) 18 Jul 2018 08:24:06
Surely all managers tell all players they have a chance of playing don’t they? Unless they want to get rid of them. Otherwise the players will have zero motivation.

13.) 18 Jul 2018 08:26:27
The “Ward opportunity to be no. 1” story just seems to be unfounded supposition. There seems to be no attributed or even unattributed source for this, just someone guessing. Until there’s a credible source for this, just ignore.

14.) 18 Jul 2018 09:07:48
Let’s be honest lads do you actually care who plays for the club and doesn’t and how much they cost cos I don’t we could play Kamil grabara in goal next season as long as he performs and the team do well who cares . It’s about the team not the individual . The board have obviously decided that with the keepers we have we aren’t strong enough to compete for the end goal .
Let’s just support the team and club no matter what 👌🏻.

15.) 18 Jul 2018 09:19:03
Dawkins i’m assuming it’s because klopp said he'll play longer than 45 minutes in the next friendly, the media put 2+2 together and got 5 as always lol.

16.) 18 Jul 2018 10:21:04
Brisbane LFC, why are you always so quick to accuse the LFC manager of lying? Please share any actual evidence - not hearsay or gossip - of when he has lied.

17.) 18 Jul 2018 11:15:45
Wirral, cos I don't think klopp is all that and I haven't fallen under his spel like many have.

18.) 18 Jul 2018 11:49:01
Brisbane, fair enough that you don’t rate Klopp but I just think repeatedly calling him a liar is going a bit far without the evidence to back it up. But I wouldn’t like to fall out with a fellow Red over it.

19.) 18 Jul 2018 13:34:18
This is a stupid thread.



26 Feb 2018 17:10:34
regards Jorginho - is that a rumour that has been verified?

Regards any type of player coming in to play that role in midfield. ACE! and honestly, I don't think it would matter who that player is. Anyone who is a little bit more tactically aware and can pass a decent ball will do wonders for the balance of our midfield allowing Hendo, Keita, gini etc to be the legs in the midfield. so whoever that player is, get him in! heck, bring lucas back to play that role!


1.) 27 Feb 2018 12:22:39
Faithinworks, we are looking to move forward with our progression towards trophies, bringing Lucas back in a starting role will hinder that. I trust whoever Klopp picks for midfield will be a great choice, his track record for signings is pretty impressive, he seems to know the exact type of player that suits his system!



19 Apr 2017 09:56:36
Eds, what's the play with young Allan Rodriguez. What are the chances he gets his permit next season. Are the club wanting to fight to keep him?


{Ed001's Note - the club would love to keep him, it is most likely he gets another loan move next season.}

1.) 19 Apr 2017 12:39:57
How good is he eds? Not seen much of him. Cheers.

{Ed001's Note - he is highly rated by the club and in Germany.}

2.) 19 Apr 2017 22:00:11
i know i was surprised that he managed to get loaned to a german team in the top league.

What would you say is the reason for him not getting much game time is it literally a case of him just not what the manager wants in his starting 11?

{Ed001's Note - he is young, still getting used to the country and not really ready to be a regular starter.}




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19 Feb 2020 10:24:56
bit bitter and ironic to make comments about SImeone, given Klopp has done similar these past few years and has been applauded for his passion.

Anyways, said elsewhere, but I was so glad we got Athletico. Mainly because imo, the present the supreme version of the style of football that has been our achilles heel for most of Klopp's tenure. They invite us forward, sit deep, defend in numbers and we need to attack with nuance, little touches and so forth. It is a great challenge that I think will be a massive indicator of our progression under Klopp. Knock these guys off and then it's all again.


{Ed001's Note - when has Klopp told his players to dive and go down holding their faces? Klopp is nothing like Simeone.}

1.) 19 Feb 2020 10:42:50
I can to disagree more with the above comment respect but have to disagree I have never ever heard any manager or player accuse a klopp managed team to resort to the antics we saw yesterday from Madrid and nope we lost bcoz we lost not bcoz of antics.

2.) 19 Feb 2020 10:52:49
Klopp is like Simeone? Do explain. In what way? Style of play? Strategy? And when has Klopp parked the bus (ever) in a game?

3.) 19 Feb 2020 11:29:06
ok, so most of the comments I've seen here and other places online have been mocking how Simeone was more of a crowd conductor, waving his arms about firing up the crowd. that's what I meant.

4.) 19 Feb 2020 11:41:30
Well, what you have read is not absolutely wrong. Klopp jumps up and down while preaching a correct, positive and fair style and strategy of playing football to his team. We saw no such thing from Simeone's team. Have you ever seen Klopp applaud his own player after committing a foul? Klopp is not a "win at all costs" type of guy. Simeone is. And that's what most of us didn't like about Simeone last night.

5.) 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.

6.) 19 Feb 2020 13:49:38
I agree Kman92, I've been watching a lot of games recently from around Europe and have seen nothing to suggest we can't give the big teams a good pasting, as long as we play better and with a little more creativity than yesterday.

The likes of Real, Barca, Bayern, PSG all look to have defences that can be taken to bits.

7.) 19 Feb 2020 13:54:35
And that's what most of us didn't like about Simeone last night.
Speak for yourself . I did not like him because we lost, he managed a team that beat us . he was jumping up and down like a clown . I know Klop do the same, but he is ours and he is allowed .

Have you ever seen Klopp applaud his own player after committing a foul?
Must say a mad manager that will do that on the touch line .

8.) 19 Feb 2020 13:57:13
In all honesty, I never saw us winning the champions league again this year. We've made 2 finals in a row. Just basic numbers says it's unlikely that we'll win it again.

And let's be honest, if we pick up the league title this will be an extremely successful season.

Don't mean to sound defeatist, I still think we'll go through this one although it'll be tight I think.

9.) 19 Feb 2020 14:39:02
Robbiesline, I've got a surprise for you. You are definitely sounding defeatist, LOL. Sure numbers count but they are not everything. Opinions count also and I stress "learned" opinions. It's not for nothing that we are being called "the best team in the World" at the present moment, in some quarters. Just look at the competition and the format. The UCL is supposed to be the cream of the cream. And it's a two leg result that counts every time (except the final) . It's only half time. And judging from reactions, our boys are more than pissed off about it. So I expect some payback with interest. Keep the faith. Believe.

10.) 19 Feb 2020 15:13:51
Cheers aray. I know it sounds defeatist. Watching the ucl again reminded me of the toll it takes on teams. It's the type of competition that could see you lose mane, firmino and van djike to injury. I'd love us to win it of course. And if we'd won 2 0 I'd probably be posting about how we're going to do the double. I think it's going to be really tough now. Athletic got exactly what they wanted, a clean sheet and a goal. They may park the bus but they can also play when they want to. It's going to be tough. I think we'll go through. If I was betting I'd bet on us going through. But do I see us going all the way?

11.) 19 Feb 2020 18:09:29
Okay. It took me a while but I've finally gotten it. You're beginning to sound like NegativeRedWalter, LOL.

Give it up, man. Walter is a class apart and you can't unseat him.

We're going to beat Atletico and with some luck we'll do it resoundingly without any doubts in anybody's head. And I'm confident we'll make it to the Final too (I have to be, otherwise what's the point of all this? ) .

12.) 19 Feb 2020 18:55:08
I'm confused. You need a game against Atletico Madrid to show you the progress we have made under Klopp? Being European and World Champions and 25 points clear at top of the league isn't enough for you?

13.) 19 Feb 2020 20:48:05
Spot on, Thunderbird 2. What a crock of stuff I am reading here. OP, what does "this game will show how far we have progressed under Klopp" even mean? Have you been asleep the past 2 years? LFC have damaged near EVERY parked bus they have come up against in Europe or in the {PL and just cos we played poorly and lost a game, you and a couple more come on here acting like geniuses trying to lecture us from your soap boxes cos Klopp did not win a game against a parked bus, he's suddenly lost his touch?

We lost a game. You may not realize this but that can happen. We played poorly. Also, that can happen. It has nothing to do with Simeone's or Klopp's antics or some barometer to measure how far we have come cos we could not win a freaking game of football. It has nothing to do with any of that. We lost a game. Get over it and move on and you and Kman92 need to spare us the righteous indignation. It's not that serious.

14.) 19 Feb 2020 22:23:42

15.) 20 Feb 2020 11:22:54
thunderbird / redmesiter, I feel embarrassed to have to break this down, because I thought I explained this clear enough in my OP. here goes :

1) Athletico, imo, present the supreme version of the style of football that has been our achilles heel for most of Klopp's tenure.

2) They invite us forward, sit deep, defend in numbers and we need to attack limited space with nuance, little touches, creativity and so forth.

3) Whilst Athletico aren't the Godin vintage, they still have the same personality and fighting spirit of a Burnley on Steroids.

4) Our own fans up until about midway last season complained and complained about how we need to buy a #10 to break down teams that park the bus

5) If, and when, we knock Athletico off, for me it will be a massive indicator of our progression of a team for all occasions.

and tbh I don't care what you guys say hahahaha I confidently can look back at the last 3 years backing Klopp and this project no doubt the whole way through. So am very satisfied to see him doing well today.

16.) 20 Feb 2020 15:28:45
I know exactly what you mean faithinworks. You're right. Bring us a man City with their free flowing football and we'll dispatch them. A man utd or athletic madrid, who have some good players and sit deep, are the teams we struggle with. And I think if we brush athletico aside it will show that we are the complete team. And losing hendo is massive. He's been our best player.

17.) 21 Feb 2020 04:40:01
Most teams we play adobt the exact same plan as atletico did, only difference is that atletico have very good players and the best team at playing that way. 11 clean sheets in last 13 home CL games says enough. We've proved we can break down stubborn defences every week and 1 game does not prove any issues in that regard especially away to the best team around in playing that tactic.

18.) 21 Feb 2020 10:02:53
Har_red - yes, so Athletico are 'that' style on steroids is the point.



05 Jan 2020 20:43:21
ed1 - on another note, whatever happened to that dutch guy on twitter that used to troll Klopp for his training methods leading to muscle injuries.!?


{Ed001's Note - he is now flogging his nonsense periodical training b****x around the world to gullible people who don't realise what a tool he is. He has gone remarkably quiet though, now he has been shown up to be utterly clueless. I am sure he made a decent wedge off his bull**** though. Snake oil salesman he is.}

1.) 05 Jan 2020 22:51:54
Is he the old Wales physio who got miffed that Coleman got the managers job over him?



04 Nov 2019 09:38:19
eds - just regards Mane's yellow card for diving at the weekend. Can you clarify how they give these cards out? I thought it was for when a player simulates contact (i. e., dive) but is it more just to do with any instance of play-acting / exaggerating contact?

The replay showed clear contact, but just wondering what the framework is for judging simulation. thanks in advance!


{Ed001's Note - it is for simulation, so it can be for exaggerating contact or play-acting, just as much as for simulating contact. It is the down to the referee's interpretation.}

1.) 04 Nov 2019 09:52:41
ah k thanks ed1
must be a hard one to get consistent aye.

{Ed001's Note - I am not sure they are trying to be consistent.}

2.) 04 Nov 2019 10:37:44
then how in the world does Harry Kane not get booked every week?

{Ed001's Note - because he is English and that means it is clever play when he cheats. You must never have heard a pundit explain it.}

3.) 04 Nov 2019 11:25:28
It’s ridiculous to be honest - I’m not saying there’s any conspiracy theory as it’s gone for us as well as against, but Ed you’re exactly right that Kane trailed a leg to force contact against and win a penalty then went down easily and was hailed as ‘smart’, likewise Lamela went down easily against VVD and people said ‘why give him a chance to go down’ like it was the defenders fault.

It needs to be consistent whether either
1) any contact = a penalty or whether
2) regardless of contact the issue is all about if there was simulation

At the moment strikers also are also incentivised to go down on any contact because otherwise it’s too easy for the referee to play on. When Salah had arms wrapped around his neck on the weekend and didn’t go down, nothing was blown. What would have happened had he gone down? At least a VAR review.

4.) 04 Nov 2019 11:54:19
It's a no win situation a complete farce and the VAR ref should be sacked or maybe a post game card system for the VAR refs or some sort of penalty for ridiculous decisions for clear and obvious errors as they have technology and time and are not making split second decisions on the pitch.

5.) 04 Nov 2019 12:21:10
You're right Ed. I'll try to pay better attention in the future. The rules are really hard to follow.

{Ed001's Note - and you wonder why the refs keep getting them so wrong!}

6.) 04 Nov 2019 12:33:58
So VAR was double-checking the referees call on simulation NOT whether or not it was a penalty? Im guessing they slowed down Mane’s facial expression a few dozen times and micro-analysed the trajectory of his fall before backing the refs decision.
Meanwhile, the defender stepped on Sadios foot causing a tumble which should have been a penalty but because the ref couldn't see that in real time, VAR cannot call the foul?
I wish i could say this a little more eloquently but the way VAR is currently set up is utter b0ll0cks.

7.) 04 Nov 2019 16:42:44
Against Liverpool Kane went down under a challenge from lovren holding his face right in front of the linesman. The replay showed Lovren's hand touched his shoulder, nowhere near his face! Incidents like that are never mentioned and free-kicks or penalties dubiously won are called 'clever play' - others are called divers and cheats.

8.) 04 Nov 2019 17:17:52
Agree that VAR is a farce. However the whole situation around fouls and diving is a farce.

There is an argument that players should go down when touched to force the referee to make a decision because they are otherwise reluctant to give penalties on fouls where the player stayed on his feet. But that lends the players to over elaborate their falls, and hence the farce caused by Richarlison, Son, Mane and Salah with their over elaborate falls.

This is essentially a problem of ethics, and when there is an ethical dilemma, it's best to revert to the higher form of ethics and criticise people for their deception or ineptitude and it is important to not justify one wrong with another. So at this stage I feel it is best that we unashamedly bash cheats and dramatic divers as well as referees who don't give fouls when the player made an honest attempt to stay on his feet. Also we should not get tribal and justify Mane's pathetic fall with what Kane or Lamela or Dele Alli did 2 seasons ago.

Trust is the most important part of the society and we cannot accept cheating for tribal reasons. But it should be said that it's the referees who were first to violate the trust because of the lack of transparency in their decision making and dubious explanations. We need somebody with some balls at the head of the refereeing associations to come out and appeal to the footballing fraternity that trust needs to be rebuilt from all sides: from referees in their transparency, from players in their theatrics, and from fans and pundits in their criticism about immoral or inept behaviour.

9.) 04 Nov 2019 19:26:47
For years referees have failed to give fouls/ penalties when the player stays on his feet. And that is why they go down easily. A foul is a foul. And a foul in the penalty area is a penalty.
Players go down to make sure that they get one.

10.) 04 Nov 2019 19:27:33
Stone, it is simple. English pundits see English players as sacred lambs who cannot nor must not be held accountable for their actions. When Kane/ Sterling, Alli etc cheat, they are actually hailed as clever players. When foreign players are clearly fouled and decisions not given, they literally blame the victim.

Kane dives the moment you do as much as just look in his direction and his acolytes will call it smart/ clever play. When Origi is clearly fouled by Lindelof and went down, they said "He was looking for it" or "He had lost his touch so was trying to con the ref" hence, blame the victim. Go figure.

11.) 04 Nov 2019 23:43:23
Reds VAR works perfect it is the gobrubbish who is watching the screen bobbies goal VAR showed onside the person in the room said his arm pit offside the system is right the so called ref is wrong but saying that the ref in question is known to do something to out shine the footballers as I said a go rubbish.

12.) 05 Nov 2019 10:12:33
Why do we not complain so much about players claiming for a throw when they’ve clearly just kicked it out themselves? It’s cheating yet goes unpunished and unmentioned. Pulling of shirts, blocking and grabbing at set pieces. Cheating yet widely accepted and very rarely punished. Time wasting, foul throws, Fernandinho fouls (other know as professional fouls), these are all cheating yet don’t get mentioned much yet someone goes down too easily and we go mad! Why?



18 Aug 2019 12:36:17
in any given game when we are up 1-0 we alwqys want the second goal to 'kill' the game. well we got the second goal and it did the job. nothing is easy in this league but you deserve everything you work for.
well done lads. too early to be calling things an acid test. Don't know how much I can put up with reading acid test and must win for the next 8 months hahahaha

just keep racking up the points lad in anyway. YNWA.


1.) 18 Aug 2019 21:07:17
Faith, I fully agree BUT as they say, "2-0 is a very dangerous score line" and that was again proven vs Saints. That game could have easily ended had Ings not fluffed his lines. Our boys did do a lot of graft in the 2nd half and scored the second goal (could have score more) BUT all that can get undone with one error leading to a goal and then, its 2-1 with 10 mins to go and the nerves go apes**t. All in all, we got the 3 points and I'd rather be us than be City who had 30 shots (10 on target) vs Spurs and only got a point.

2.) 18 Aug 2019 23:56:31
lets not forget the sitter bobby missed before he scored and the chance salah passed up, plus Gunn made good saves from Mane and Robbo, given the circumstances and the fact that this was Southampton's first home game of the season, I am more than happy with the result.
I agree that we have plenty to improve on but 11 consecutive wins in the premier league is something to be pleased about, once all the factions of the side click into gear, we will take some beating.
Not bad for a team with a crap midfield and a even worse defence! how do we keep getting away with it? becoming European champions, getting 97 pts, winning the super cup, 100% start this year, long may it continue.
We all would have taken the result before the match, now we can freshen up before the arsenal match.
This is a good time to be a Liverpool fan. let's enjoy it.

3.) 19 Aug 2019 02:17:20
Good post kingkenny7. Winning 3 points is the objective for us to achieve before each game and as long as we keep getting them wins I'm happy.

4.) 22 Aug 2019 09:56:14
fair redwolf. altho I always felt lile that saying about 2-0 was driven by people who want guarantees lol. 2-0 is better than 1-0 altho subjectively they probably feel about as dangerous as each other lol.



09 Aug 2019 06:25:10
Bit surprised we haven't seen anyone ask Ed's about the free agent market and who we might sign.

Window shut. League opens tomorrow. can't wait!


1.) 09 Aug 2019 08:27:27
Hahaha. Yes we really need Balotelli, Sturridge, Ben Arfa, Bony, Ribery and Markovic. They would save our season!

2.) 09 Aug 2019 07:15:37
Correct me if I’m wrong but I thought the window is effectively a window to register new players rather than a transfer window as such. Therefore we can’t sign free agents?

{Ed001's Note - free agents who became free before the window shut can move outside of the window.}




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19 Mar 2020 00:46:29
I'd go back to 90s and slap David Moores.




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14 Mar 2020 20:56:56
Absolutely ed. can't see the sense in giving up a full season for sake of 9 games in this season.




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14 Mar 2020 19:29:23
Write off next season? sorry, that would be more ridiculous of it got that late.


{Ed002's Note - It is simply rubbish that should not be posted on the rumours page.}



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17 Feb 2020 21:04:59
Jones should go on loan.




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22 Jan 2020 08:28:03
my favorite is the media frenzy for the likes of Mbappe or Werner one day, followed the next day by a confirmed signing from Le Havre or Dusseldorf lol.





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31 Mar 2020 01:23:32
If spurs were top and he said that he'd be slaughtered by pitch fork weilding fans. Much like how any liverpool player would be slagged off is they spoke any sense online.




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31 Mar 2020 01:19:11
I think we are a fickle people. People, groups, businesses etc will want to return to how things were and will just revert back to what they know. it is a great opportunity to create a more sustainable world, but I can't see it happening. too much greed.




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31 Mar 2020 01:18:14
I think there are plenty of people that will have football back before it is safe to play. sadly it will likely be the administrators in charge of making those decisions.




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31 Mar 2020 01:16:00
really should only pay attention to a pattern developing over a couple days. a week ago the media pointed to few deaths in Italy in one day. something like 650 compared to 680 the day before. that was being held up as a turning point. and then literally the next week it's routinely been 800, 900+ deaths a day since. This is a long haul team.




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14 Mar 2020 19:33:01
So basically what ed said that there is no such rule for this situation and the authorities will consider all options.

It's a good post to put it up there in black and white. In legal terms it just gives them the mandate to extend but it's not an obligation.


{Ed002's Note - Can you explain the "legal terms" please.}