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06 Apr 2020 16:19:45
Ive just seen that Mr Guardiola has lost his mum to Covid-19. Such terrible news. As with all that have lost loved ones my sincere condolences go out to him. I've seen this illness first hand and spending large parts of my 12 hour shifts sweating whilst wearing PPE is no fun but at least I'm healthy and get to go home to my baby bear at the end of every day. Stay safe everyone.

1.) 06 Apr 2020 21:51:15
My Condolences to the Guardiola Family.



04 Mar 2020 08:59:01
This is the dip in the season that always comes no matter who you are but it couldn't have come at a worse time. Three losses in four games over three competitions, conceded six and scored none in the last three games. The chance to be invincibles gone, the chance of a treble gone. Take in to account the last two leauge games we won were not deserved, if Norwhich and Westham had of come away with a point or even three from those games no one could complain. VvD is playing poorly, Hendo is out injured and the front three look flat and ineffective. So the core of the team has been badly affected.

The game on Saturday against Bournemouth is now a huge must win. Not because we need the points, the league is done and we will win it, but because if we struggle and don't get a result and more importantly a performance on saturday then come wednesday next week the pitch against Althletico is going to look mighty small and very hard to score on when we play them. The team looks low on confidence and a little flat. Going out of the Champions Leauge would be a tough pill to swallow as all that will be left would be plodding through the remaining games needed to win the title. And if Liverpool play poorly Saturday that will go through to wednesday and who knows when they will shake it off. The last thing we want is to win the leauge by staggering over the line with a few more poor defeats and a possible tonking at the Etihad to boot. Time to get back to that winning mentality and sharp football, it starts saturday and goes on through the rest of the season, can't be invincible or treble winners but a double is always nice.

1.) 04 Mar 2020 09:20:07
I get what you are saying mate, I just want the title. Let’s forget everything else. I firmly believe it’s down to Henderson injury. He’s been incredible this season and the players have dropped their levels since he went out. As said below, Millie can play the part until he comes back.

2.) 04 Mar 2020 09:54:32
But it's not down to just Hendo's injury. People are forgetting the games that we won when he wasn't playing and there were plenty of those. Pretty much everyone played really poorly against Watford and there wasn't much of an improvement against Chelsea. You can look and talk about the the different areas and different aspects as much as you want, but if you don't put the ball into their net more than they do in ours, we don't get to go home with the marbles.

A team wide mid-season blip which is an annual occurrence, with some key players lacking confidence (VVD, Wijnaldum, Firmino and Salah) . They'll get back into gear; just a question of when.

3.) 04 Mar 2020 10:08:25
We have to change something. And I don’t mean personal, Diego Simeone has figured us out and now everyone is doing it. They’re sitting deep then breaking with purpose, we’re having all the ball but we can’t do anything with it.
What I will say though which is worrying, when Trent doesn’t play, or is having a bad game, we lose 90% of our creativity.

4.) 04 Mar 2020 10:32:11
Simeone hasn’t found us out, teams have been doing this against top sides for years. Both Watford and Chelsea had plenty of possession against us and the Chelsea game was really open in the first half and with a bit of luck it could have been us going in at half time with a lead.
You have to remember the Nucleus of the side has played a lot of games this year and the bust December period might be catching up on them, it’s a blip and hopefully we can turn it round on Wednesday, I would personally rotate a fair few on Saturday.

5.) 04 Mar 2020 11:04:20
We needed this. This invincibility cloak was all false. It would give management the wrong impression on certain players.
Lallana - time to move on
Curtis - not ready yet. Maybe a loan will help.
Takumi - must play is own game and stop trying to be Firmino
Origi - time to move on. unless he plays down the middle because he is ineffective from the wings.
Our midfield - needs industry and guile. Lallana and Curtis are the same type of player. Fab was playing by himself. we need a 10.
Defense - a bit shaken but with Lovren leaving and Sepp not ready, we need another quality CB.
Attack - has become stale and predictive and needs competition.

Fergie was not shy to let players like Stam, Beckam, Van Nistelroy and the like leave. If Salah and Mane move on, so must we. They have become a one pony trick. They need space to be dangerous but cannot dribble pass players.

We will win the league. Doubts still linger our CL and we cannot keep relying on Anfield atmosphere. We do not move the ball quicker to break down a 6-9 man defence and need other plans to do so.

Shakiri and Keita are too injury prone and sadly need to be moved on. This squad Klopp has built has reached is "refresh" date.

Not ranting. Being realistic.

6.) 04 Mar 2020 11:27:06
If anything I would say it's the opposite; we've found all the other teams out. The unbeaten run which just finished was no joke and no easy feat. We started this over two years ago with the famous "Salah year" (if anyone has been found out it's him because now teams double and triple team him and his goal production is halved) . We were running riot and yet letting in easy goals. Klopp adjusted tactics, added players and found out exactly what was needed to face the various types of football styles in the EPL and the UCL. We came to within 1 point of the eventual EPL champion and still won the UCL. He tweaked it further and here we are. At the summit of the EPL and still a UCL contender.

What's all the doom and gloom all about?

7.) 04 Mar 2020 11:30:49
I'm not sure anyone has "found us out". Hendo is injured. Virgil is in dreadful form. Trent and Robertson are probably just knackered. Wijnaldum has been worse than Virgil. Fabinho and Mane clearly aren't fully fit. Milner, Keita, Shaqiri and Gomez have all missed games lately. So its fallen on Salah, Alisson and Firmino to try and carry us. Ox has done too. Trouble is Salah and Firmino aren't prolific, Ox is criminally under played by Klopp, and Alisson is only a goalkeeper so whilst he can keep us in games, he can't win them on his own.

It's a bad patch. Our first in over a year. Move along and just hope we sort it in time for the return leg at Anfield. If not, we're still very likely to win the league and we'll come back stronger next year.

8.) 04 Mar 2020 11:32:09
That sounds just like the sort of pessimism I heard all through the heyday of the seventies and eighties. All rubbish, all past it, all found out, all need replacing. Get a grip. We’ve lost a game or three, we miss Hendo’s drive, we’ll get over it and be back in the groove. I’m not surprised by the blip, anyone else really truthfully surprised? Keep the faith.

9.) 04 Mar 2020 11:57:54
Also remember this was the 3rd away game out of the last 4 played. That does have an impact. I know our form hasn't been great (and still isn't), but even with this we have been able to get over the line in front of our home support. Let's hope we are able to on Saturday.

10.) 04 Mar 2020 12:26:30
its just 4-5 slow games to be honest and am only worried about how tanked we looked in the Watford game. I think the Chelsea game was ok.
We needed a game like city or everton sooner to get back to our best because those kind of games bring in a lot of motivation.

11.) 04 Mar 2020 12:50:58
Theres only one person to blame here. Daragh from Donegal, we havnt won a match since he wrote that damn letter lol.

12.) 04 Mar 2020 12:53:36
Seriously mane can't dribble past anyone look at him getting in the box from a throw last night around 3-4 players and getting a decent shot off and salah is completely surrounded most of the game soon as he gets the ball 3 players head towards him we play a dangerous style not just in attack we leave ourselves open this has been years nothing new this season we traditionally have a poor run of games after a break it happens maybe the training in the break needs tweaking but the team has done amazing next year if we win the league go for a double treble quadruple what ever but the only important thing this season is 4 more league wins before the season is out nothing else matters.

13.) 04 Mar 2020 15:55:30
I hate it when Liverpool are poor, I really do, it devastates me at the time, but we could argue that it has come at the best time in the sense that we have a large points advantage in the league which for me is number one target this year, then UCL, then FA Cup. and I'm confident enough that we'll pick up form again before too long.

Often though is it not so much the defeat, its the manner of them that usually wind me up because apart from Watford and Chelsea who did outplay us, we are rarely beaten because we've been out-played, its usually down to silly mistakes.

14.) 04 Mar 2020 15:58:26
Radio were saying this morning in the games against Athletico, Watford and Chelsea they all used a single striker who tried to bully the defence and then launched long diagonal balls to catch our full backs out who were both pushed right up the pitch and it caused us issues in all 3 games. I can't remember for the life of me if they did in the Athletico game but the diagonal balls stick out from Watford and last night and they did cause us major issues. Could it just be a case where we leave the full backs back defensively and nip that threat in the bud. The only problem then is the front 3 would be on their own as both full backs are our highest assiters aren't they?

15.) 04 Mar 2020 16:00:58
I'm kinda on the fence here. I agree we are going through a bad patch, and I actually agree with some of Decelticon's points - I made similar assertions a couple of days ago about players that may move on.

However, there's not a much BETTER time that such a bad patch could have happened. let's imagine it happened in October - could have seriously derailed us.

Right now the most important thing is the league. And we would struggle not to win a further 4 games, hopefully starting with Bournemouth on Saturday.

We don't have the strength in depth that City have, we know that, so this summer becomes another step in the gradual renewal process to replace players like Lallana, Clyne, Lovren etc with better quality that will push and/ or replace first teamers.

I still believe we have the best first 11 on the planet, and that's not something I've been able to say with confidence for quite a number of years! Now we just need to improve it even further!

16.) 04 Mar 2020 16:40:38
Lol. Can’t believe what I’m reading. Lost 2 league games in the last 70 or so fixtures and now we’ve been ‘found out’?! Get a grip. It’s a small blip. EVERY team has them. A good win in the next game and we’ll get a mojo back. Amazing what short memories people have.

17.) 04 Mar 2020 20:25:42
And there it is again. The same old schstick "Simeone found us out". How? Cos they won a game by scoring a freakish, lucky goal and their players flopping to the ground holding their faces and trying to get our boys sent off? Teams have been doing that to us for the pass 3 years and suddenly now we have been found out after walking the PL, winning the CL and CWC and the Super Cup? Pls, give it a rest as it is embarrassing.

Athletico are dreadful in La Liga and many of the fans are fed up with the "park the bus" crap Simeone has been serving up that many actually want him gone esp. cos he hasn't won jack in 3 seasons. We are having a blip and the boys are clearly mentally and psychologically knackered and it has nothing to do with "teams figuring us out" and saying that repeatedly will not make it true, IMO.

People forget that completely mad December we had where we won every game in every comp. we played in esp. vs Leicester where as Ed01 saying in the podcast, LFC were jet-lagged going into that game and thru sheer will power alone, we pummeled LC an made it look easy. These immense outpourings of physical and mental effort is what we are now paying for. All we have to do is keep working hard, keep calm and play our way out of it. Just my opinion.

18.) 04 Mar 2020 21:10:46
I think everyone is so emotional over the last three decades of maybe’s. It’s okay, we’re going to do it. Those going to the Bournemouth game, get behind the lads and never let up singing. Ynwa.

19.) 04 Mar 2020 23:34:04
Many need to tone down the dramatic panicking based on a few poor outings. Yes we've had struggles but in a small number of tough away games with the team being chopped and changed.

I can't believe some of the stuff I just read above.
VVD is in dreadful form.
Trent and robbo are knackered.
We need another quality CB.
Fabinho isn't the same.
Without hendo were useless.
Mane and salah are one trick ponies.
Salah isn't prolific.
Jones not up to scratch.
Minamino is trying to be firmino.
Simeone and others figured us out.
This team has peaked and will regress.

Come on let's not base every thing on 3 or 4 games. Trent and robbo are still threatening and creating. Gomez and vvd have been immense up until last 2 weeks. Fabinho is rusty after injury, hendo has played in many other games where we've been as poor. Mane and salah are still climbing the goal charts. No one has suddenly "figured us out" all of a sudden and we are not facing into a period of falling to pieces.

Take a deep breath guys. 2 games at anfield awaits including Europe under the lights which will be electrifying.



04 Feb 2020 09:17:05
Regardless of your opinion on Klopp and his decision not to play the senior squad tonight what cannot be denied is that this will impact on Shrewsbury . No TV coverage due to the team Liverpool will field and a likely reduced gate tonight will mean they loose around 500k . That is a life line to a club like that, it is financial security for some time to come. I never want any Liverpool team to loose, but will not be disappointed if its Shrewsbury at Stamford Bridge in a few weeks time. They deserve that big game, in front of a full house against a quality first team. And Frank Lampard will play a decent team as he knows what the FA cup means to people and it is Chelsea's only realistic hope for a trophey . So good luck to our boys tonight go and make yourselves proud, but also good luck Shrewsbury.

1.) 04 Feb 2020 10:18:39
I get they lose potential revenue but then look at it the other way this is there best chance to get into the next round? earn some money against us then earn a lot more in the next round? they should be relishing this chance.

{Ed002's Note - Rubbish - the whole thing relates to the arrogance and lack of respect that Klopp and Liverpool show others. Nothing more, nothing less.}

2.) 04 Feb 2020 10:42:39
Bit silly out of the FA scheduling replays during the supposed winter break aswell.

{Ed002's Note - The club knew about it last April. Try not to keep looking for someone else to blame. It is embarrassing.}

3.) 04 Feb 2020 10:43:05
Ed02, I think we all get it by now - there is nothing that Klopp or Liverpool can do that will find favour with you. Fair enough, I feel the same about Everton, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea and whoever is managing those clubs at any point in time.

{Ed002's Note - You are a moron if you think I have anything against Liverpool. If you don't want the truth you should persuade everyone to stop asking any questions at all. Stop making stupid statements. If you would like I could delete the posts that are not 100% factually correct. Anything else you want?}

4.) 04 Feb 2020 11:02:57
I actually think it's a bit of a d*ck move by Klopp, personally. The players that played in the away fixture were either kids or players needing minutes.

Would it really be the end of the world if the players needing minutes (who actually performed pretty poorly) got 3 days less break, but a chance to make ammends?

Also, for Klopp to not be in the dugout?

The team that played the away fixture (minus Fabinho, as he played and showed that he's back up to scratch against Southampton) should be playing to put it right.

The only positive I can even extract from this situation is that it'll be good for the kids to get some game time, and that's the only positive that I can see here. It wouldn't have impacted badly on anyone's fitness if they got 2-3 days less winter break, unless obviously they pick up a knock in the game, but that can be said about any game.

5.) 04 Feb 2020 11:28:48
What's the point in discussing about this any further? This is just my thinking. Not against anyone. Just that maybe we can come up with new discussion topics instead of this?

6.) 04 Feb 2020 11:30:59
So yes or no? was it or was it not silly to arrange possible replays during a supposed winter break? it makes a farce of the whole idea of a break.

7.) 04 Feb 2020 11:35:24
Klopp has every right to pick whoever he likes to play in tonight’s game of course, but he should be on the touch line managing the team. This is a first team fixture, and Klopp is the first team coach. Truthfully I doubt he expected the reserve side to beat Everton, and had made his plans well before that. He also probably expected the same team to subsequently beat Shrewsbury first time round and not need a replay.
However, I don’t buy the argument that Shrewsbury will lose out on £500,000 or whatever has been quoted due to a loss of TV revenue relating to Klopp not being present and the likelihood of a fringe team being played - blame the TV companies for that. He is entitled to choose whoever he wants within his squad, whether they be regulars or the under 17’s. It’ll likely be a better spectacle now anyway, rather than the probable pasting our first team would inflict.
Regardless, as the manager he should be there coaching his side through.

8.) 04 Feb 2020 11:36:16
I get people live Klopp and will defend him to the earths end, but this is a disrespectful thing to do. We will almost certainly get knocked out and it only causes hurt to the fans. This is the FA cup, steeped in tradition and a very respectable cup to win.

People won’t admit it, but if Pep or Mourinho did the same, everyone on these pages would slaughter them for the same decision.

9.) 04 Feb 2020 12:01:28
It is not Liverpool's (or any other team) responsibility to look after the financial security of other clubs.

Klopp is entitled to field whatever squad he wants in which ever competition he wants.

If he thinks giving the senior team a full 2 week break increases their chances of winning the Premier League and Champions League then he must do it.

10.) 04 Feb 2020 12:36:44
They should look on the bright side, if Liverpool had done the job in the first game they wouldn't be getting the extra £100,000.
I think we will beat them tonight.

11.) 04 Feb 2020 12:43:35
I think Ed002 has been pretty complimentary forwards liverpool recently.

Everyone is entitled to their opinions.

I personally agree with the decision to field the Under 23’s. This is a fantastic opportunity for them to play at Anfield, under the floodlights in what will be a near full house. We had to play the 23’s in what was ridiculous timing between the CWC and the league cup.

The most important thing for liverpool football club is the league, that’s our priority along with the champions league.
I have openly said on here, I love a good cup run, especially the FA cup but it’s different this season.

Unfortunately football is all about money these days and has been since the early 90’s. More and more clubs have been disrespecting the cups in recent years, not only with clubs at the top but also the bottom. The riches of the premier league is more important to owners these day.

12.) 04 Feb 2020 13:00:08
I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking Klopp should be there tonight, got a fair bit of stick last week when I said that in my opinion he was out of order not being on the touch line for tonight’s game.

13.) 04 Feb 2020 13:02:35
Couldnt have put it better myself, Drogie. Everyone is crying out for the kiddies to get opportunities. Now is the perfect chance versus Shrewsbury to show what they are capable of. Meanwhile, the first team get a rest before the final run-in. Win-win situation imo. I don't see it as disrespecting the cup as much as utilising the full manpower while giving the youngsters a chance.

14.) 04 Feb 2020 13:12:51
The FA Cup is dead. It died years ago and everyone knows it.

15.) 04 Feb 2020 13:13:34
It would be more arrogant if klopp was on the touchline, pretending to be the coach of a team he isn't. He is the senior coach, not the u23s. And, because of the winter break (which klopp has fought for from day one, and finally got) the seniors can't play.

Don't feel sorry for shrewsbury. They are buzzing. Tiny club that has a genuine chance of progressing. Anfield will be full, when isn't it? And the game will be on lfctv and therefore streamable. Shrewsbury also get a good gate and might get another against Chelsea.

But I think the young guns will do it. Yes, we should have beat them and avoided this nonsense. I'm glad klopp has stood his ground. I don't feel embarrassed at all. If you want to make a difference then you have to stand your ground. Ed02, I like you man, and your insight is invaluable to a real football fan, but Liverpool fans are the complete opposite of embarrassed these days. And if the kids win tonight that smile will be even wider.

16.) 04 Feb 2020 13:29:26
I think a liverpool u23 side should be able to give a team currently 16th in league one a good game. I also fancy us to get the win 2nite.

17.) 04 Feb 2020 14:18:19
How many days more are we going to talk about this? . and as said by some of you- this is a platypus move? Let it be, this is the guy who is going to bring us a lot of other happy memories let him have his platypus move. Seam like people have nothing else then to regurgitate the same thing over and over again.

18.) 04 Feb 2020 14:21:32
Klopp has openly criticized the scheduling or 4th round replays during the "break". He has spoken out against the schedules and needing to give players more breaks to extend their careers. He's just made a decision to stick to his word and it seems like the club are backing him.

Agree or disagree, I think we could all take a page out of his book when it comes to your principle and backing it up with action in the court of public opinion.

19.) 04 Feb 2020 14:56:11
From what Critchley has said I take it some of the players are going to be really young. He said it wouldn't be the U23's but more of an U20 side. Who knows we may get a new young star for the first team.

20.) 04 Feb 2020 15:00:27
Whether it's a crappy move by Klopp, or not, I'm sick to death of people saying young players are not given a chance and when they are the whole world is up-in-arms about it. I think Captain Curtis Jones will have a very hard match this evening. I do not think we are favourites to win but good luck all around and I hope they perform in a manner that makes them all proud regardless of the outcome.

{Ed002's Note - It is nothing to do with young players being given a chance or not being given a chance. Clearly you don't grasp the issue.}

21.) 04 Feb 2020 15:43:10
Since when is it Liverpool’s job to be a financial life line for Shrewsbury?
No ones ever done pool any favours. Fa/ premier league buried their heads as Hicks and Gillette almost put us into admin. If clubs had responsible owners, followed ffp etc, they shouldn’t need to be clinging on to the hope extra fa cup matches.
I hope our kids absolutely smash and embarrass Shrewsbury.

22.) 04 Feb 2020 15:48:39
Lad's and Ed's I said last week that he can field whatever team he want's but at the very least be there himself. After all he is the manager not Neil Critchly and disrespect to NC either.

23.) 04 Feb 2020 16:11:56
I’m surprised Klopp is not going to be there but let’s face it the FA Cup has been in decline since the PL and especially since the CL’s inception in its current format. They even allowed Utd to not take part one year so they could compete in the CWC so they really can’t now whinge when teams do not prioritise it.
Klopp is employed by LFC and I’m sure he’s been given his priorities at the start of the season and you can bet your bottom dollar the FA Cup isn’t one of them.
He is more than fulfilling his obligation to the club and the fans by being 22 points clear in the league and being European and World champions.
Do I think he should be there tonight? Probably. Do I give a toss as long as we maintain our League and CL form? Not at all.
I understand why Ed2 is saying what he’s saying and if Chelsea where in our position and Fat Frank did what Klopp’s done I’d probably give him grief for it because I’m not emotionally invested in anything Chelsea do so it’s very easy to criticise.
As for Liverpool I want whatever is best for Liverpool and if that means the players and Klopp taking a week off then so be it.

24.) 04 Feb 2020 17:13:28
Precisely Barry.

25.) 04 Feb 2020 17:35:01
Klopp is by far the most in demand person at the club. He will leave our club a legend, he has earned the right to do what he thinks is best for the club as a whole. He needs this rest, how do people know how is health is, mental state, personal life etc. Be very careful not to flog him to death or he will walk.

Klopp has won the cl
Klopp will win the pl this year

What do supporters want? Instead of whinning just be supportive and bloody happy.

26.) 04 Feb 2020 17:45:34
Robbie, I fully agree with you. Klopp is not the U23 manager/ coach. Critchley is so why would Klopp go there, sit on the bench and watch Critchley literally coach the team. Klopp would have next to no input on proceedings anyway and he won't act like he does so again, why should he be there? Just to act like he is involved whereas he isn't? Klopp will NEVER do what he does not believe in so like it or not, those are the facts. Why? He said so himself in his press conference last week.

Also to those saying Klopp should be there, I listened to the last podcast by Ed01 and I learned that actually, the Villa EFL game was asked to be moved to this winter break period by LFC and the FA said NO that the winter break needs to be respected. Yet at the same time, the FA schedule the FA Cup replay within the same winter break period they said NO games should be played. So in essence, the FA screwed LFC twice. Now if what was said in the podcast is true then Klopp has my full support in whatever he chooses to do at that point.

The FA offered Klopp NO help when we needed it with the CWC and the EFL Cup scheduling issue so to me, Klopp has the right to do what is right for himself, his players and the club and if that is him refusing to be an ornament/ statue on the bench or in the stands and going on vacay w/ his fam then so be it. Just offering another side to the story that people may not know about.

27.) 04 Feb 2020 18:48:46
Interesting about the EFL / FA thing.
One other thing though Redameister, you criticised Brendan Rodgers for not going to U23 and youth games during his spell as Liverpool manager but now you’re giving Klopp a pass?
The team that mucked up the first game at Shrewsbury (possibly bar Origi) should have been selected to put it right tonight in my view.
But I don’t feel particularly strongly either way, I can see both points of view.
It is a shame though.

28.) 04 Feb 2020 18:49:04
best of luck to the Kids tonight, I hope they give their best, and I just hope we get the win,
but the Shrews will be well up for this game and I think it will be another tough one,
I just hope the defense holds out, it is a very young back five and maybe they will ship a couple of goals,
but hey we will score a couple too,
come on Critchley and the Kids .

29.) 04 Feb 2020 19:23:04
All of this talk of "we CANNOT play any senior players, because they're on their PL winter break", just look at Newcastle's lineup against Oxford.

They've started Lascelles, Joelinton, the Longstaff brothers, Sharr, Almiron, Ritchie and Devlin, along with more senior players on the bench.

30.) 04 Feb 2020 19:46:17
newcastle can pick any team that they choose too, but they won't be winning anything this season,
Klopp has chosen to rest his first team, as he was told to by the sweet FA,
when we win the Premiership and we are all celebrating, we will not be thinking about this game, and Klopp will be the great One .

31.) 04 Feb 2020 21:51:04
Yeah, well said red meister.

32.) 04 Feb 2020 22:48:33
Great game young reds.

Plus I was right :)

33.) 04 Feb 2020 22:04:06
I could be wrong EP but I don’t think Newcastle are going for a Premier League and Champions League double. If they were, or were down in the relegation dogfight, then I doubt they would play first teamers either. Don’t you want number 19? You can only use the resources at your disposal and Klopp is doing just that. For me he’s called it just right.

34.) 05 Feb 2020 17:40:33
Well the attendance last night proved he nobody cared, no other team would sell out for their youth team.



23 Jan 2020 15:53:35
So I have just been having a convo with a couple of friends about the situation at United, how it compared to Liverpools own situation through the 90s and how it can be resolved. The one friend of mine is a Untied fan, from Manchester now living in the same city as me, I am Liverpool and my other friend is a fan of the local championship team here. So the United fan said.

"Firstly for me it's not just about recruitment. As Liverpool lost a great manager and great players together in the early 90s we lost Neville, Giggs, Scholesy, Vidic, Ferdinand and Van Persie all within a short period of time . And of course the greatest manager in history retired around the same period. Now if we loose all those players and still have a fit and firing Fergie it may have been easier or if we had lost Fergie and had those players at the top for a few more years then that would have been easier. So they all leave together and we end up with a string of managers struggling to live up to what went before them. And we have players recruited by a team that hasn't got a clue, and that's the issue there, top to bottom we are still struggling to get over loosing all that greatness".

Then the friend who supports the home town championship club looked at the united fan and said " and Howard Webb, don't forget he went too, that didn't help you lot". Well I spat my coffee out and laughed till I snorted.

1.) 23 Jan 2020 16:49:20
Nice one Kim.



03 Jan 2020 12:23:39
If you could sum up this Liverpool team in one word what would it be, for me it is relentless. They just do not stop, ever. I would go as far as to say they are the best team to never win the leauge, come May, or if this incesent desire to win every game and gain every point continues, early April in my opinion they will be the greatest team to ever win that leauge. I think they would beat the dominant United teams of the 90s and 2000s, Arsenals invincibles would fall and Chelsea's team in 2005 under Mourinho would loose to us. This team has to win a leauge, it has to to be considered great, but when, and now I believe it is when it happens they should be considered one of the best ever.

What makes this even more incredible is it's not like people can say ' well if they had injuries it would be different' Fabinho, arguably one of the best in his position in the world, out for 6 weeks, Ox out again, Naby struggling with injuries, Matip, the most improved centre back around this last year, out for several weeks, Loveron out, Shaq out. And yet they still keep. winni g, they rotate in Lallana, Origi Milner and they play a blinder. It is all working out how Klopp would have wanted. Let's hope 2020 Carrie's on in that vien and we will be Champions .

1.) 03 Jan 2020 14:07:23
One word? Belive.

2.) 03 Jan 2020 16:04:59
Plus we had the best keeper in the world out for several weeks at the beginning of the season.

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13 Dec 2019 13:27:54
Friday 13th, unlucky for the rest of the Premier Leauge.



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12 Dec 2019 15:05:53
Also consider the price, a reported release clause of 7.5 million. In today's market that's a steal.



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16 Aug 2019 12:11:18
Lonnie still catches it better than Pickford .

{Ed025's Note - thats because his old man was a dustman KK.. :)



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30 Jul 2019 12:54:27
And if they are right so what. The club can't make signings to say that they have made signings. Who would they sign, if players are not available or do not want to come we can't sign them. Who in this window would you realistically want. It's all right saying 'a creative midfielder ' for example but who? Its like going in to a car dealership and answering "one with wheels" when asked what you want. If the club buy players they will be players that they need not simply a player for the sake of it. It's over a week till that Scottish bloke gets all giddy on deadline day, just wait and see what happens.



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27 Jun 2019 10:10:00
This is a great signing. He choose Liverpool or several other big teams. He may not be a name everyone knows, yet, he may not have cost tens of millions but don't be surprised if he gets time on the bench and even minuets on the pitch in domestic cups and the odd leauge game. This lad is talented now he has a chance to show how much.
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14 Mar 2020 16:41:28
In the same Den, was 9 last time they won it. My boy is now 10 and a huge fan himself, was so hoping that on 21st of March, my birthday, I would be sitting with him celebrating after the Palace game. But in all honesty the world has bigger problems at the moment.

I have asked my son to go to the elderly neighbours we have on our street and ask if they need help or need anything from the shops and have been on shopping and errand runs this morning. We love football and we love watching Liverpool but as neither are happening right now we are doing the small amount we can for the most vulnerable we have close by us.

Just hope this virus leaves as quickly as it came and as few people as possible are affected and we can get back to singing our songs and following our team.



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14 Mar 2020 16:23:10
You think that's bad FC8, turns out my Mrs left me 2 years ago, who knew?!



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12 Mar 2020 08:08:21
Just hope the government do not cancel all football matches because of coronavirus. Be typical Liverpool that, be two games away from winning the leauge a have the season voided because of a non football issue.



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08 Mar 2020 19:08:04
I'm going to have to say at home to Palace Razor as the 21st, the day it falls on is my birthday. So going to be some party.



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29 Feb 2020 00:04:29
Actually KloppoUberAlles in 2016 it was estimated that 60% of people that got the HN51 flu virus died. So go back and recheck those googled numbers you quoted. And children have always been at risk from these diseases, always, along with immuno compromised, elderly, and cardiac and respiratory compromised patients, so your Italian colleagues are telling you things that have been known for decades.

The mortality rate for coronavirus is currently at 3 %, not made up that is a fact. Some flues kill as many as 60% of all sufferers that is a fact. And if you think it is a mere coincidence that things like coronavirus, Ebola and other horrendous diseases always seem to start in the poorest, most vulnerable areas of the world that have little attention paid to them them believe that.

I am free to believe that there are people out there that are willing and able to create the most devastating biological weapons that they test and use on people because they can. Some people are dark and they will in the end benefit from this. Same way that an ARV drug cost a few pounds in Sweden but 20 pounds in Africa where HIV rates are much higher and these drugs are needed more. But I suppose that is a conspiracy too.

{Ed033's Note - Shouldn't you be taking this Flu talk to our conspiracy site? Although the conspiracy site doesn't tend to talk about the Flu because it's a non mainstream web site.