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16 Jul 2019 00:13:59
The Coutinho move was on! He has failed his medical so the move will not happen. The Medical staff have apparently picked up on an old back injury of some sort so we have pulled out.

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1.) 16 Jul 2019 03:25:10
Lol. an old back injury you say.

2.) 16 Jul 2019 03:30:27
It’s wild Barcelona never we’re concerned about this back injury when they signed him 😁. Here I thought you were just calling him spineless!

3.) 16 Jul 2019 05:04:50
I'd lay off the drink.

4.) 16 Jul 2019 15:05:28
same back injury that kept him out until his move was agreed.

5.) 16 Jul 2019 16:31:09
Humour like this is lost on some.

6.) 16 Jul 2019 19:24:05
Aye I responded after a sleepless night, the wit went right over my grouchy head. Hilarious Lamborini.




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31 Jul 2022 08:01:43
Cannot believe some of the negativity on here. We just outplayed Man City and yet still people are moaning.

Also, am I only the one who thinks Man City's goal should have been ruled out. Did Adrian not have both hands on the ball? Foden clearly fouled him.

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{Ed025's Note - yes your the only one..

1.) 31 Jul 2022 08:27:25
With regard to City’s goal, Adrian may have had one hand and a fingertip on the ball but it certainly wasn’t under his control to the extent the attacker had no right to play for it. It was just poor goalkeeping overall. I’ve come around to the idea that having Adrian in the squad is a great thing, as he’s clearly a huge help to incoming players and a well-liked individual, but I just hope Alisson and Kelleher are on the mend.
That said, Liverpool were excellent yesterday. City created very, very little of their own making, and were largely outplayed from start to finish.

{Ed001's Note - he is 3rd choice, you don't get a world class keeper to be third choice!}

2.) 31 Jul 2022 08:36:11
Ed, I know! I was initially in the out camp for Adrian, not being aware of what he does behind the scenes etc. Whilst I am no longer in that camp, I still hope he just isn’t needed particularly often this season.

3.) 31 Jul 2022 09:10:54
You’re not the only one who thought it was a foul. Everyone in the pub I was in also thought that. If he didn’t kick it when it was under Adrian’s control as per the following definition of control (while the ball is between his hands or between his hand and any surface (e. g. ground, own body) ) then he impeded him as he was trying to get it under control.

Guess it doesn’t really matter now but that’s my thoughts on it!

4.) 31 Jul 2022 09:52:15
The ball clearly slips through his two hands before the attacker won it. It wasn’t a foul even though initially I thought it was. That’s where var helps as no way ref could see that.

5.) 31 Jul 2022 09:53:32
Depends on which pub you were in Jonop.

LFC pub = no goal
City pub = clean goal

Because we won, happy to say that it was a clean goal at the end of the day ?.

6.) 31 Jul 2022 10:19:04
I don't think he had control of the ball when Foden poked it. Goal for me.

7.) 31 Jul 2022 11:02:35
I’ll be honest. I thought it was a foul. Easy to say weak goalkeeping but he had two hands on the ball for a split second and it was kicked out of his hand. He made the mistake of not being standing up when it happened because doesn’t the keeper usually get a free kick when they are touched while upright? Perhaps if he’d rolled around for a while that would have helped. I’m awfully cynical these days.

8.) 31 Jul 2022 11:26:33
You don’t need to have control of the ball as such. Control in the rule book includes having a hand on the ball while the ball is in contact with another surface which is what happened yesterday.

9.) 31 Jul 2022 09:51:09
With Ed25 on this one. I’ve seen it a few times from diff angles and I think it was the correct decision.

10.) 31 Jul 2022 14:15:28
Foul for me, both hands on the ball, ball on the ground.

11.) 31 Jul 2022 14:37:23
I doubt it was even considered to be looked at because VAR were focusing on the offside. If it wasn't flagged offside then I reckon it would have been spoken about a lot more.

12.) 31 Jul 2022 17:42:03
Edd001 who impressed you most yesterday? I thought our midfield looked really great and it's still very early until they hit peak form and fitness. Hendersons high press was top notch.

{Ed001's Note - Klopp, he got it right.}

13.) 31 Jul 2022 19:10:34
Ed001 thiago looks soo special. Do you think he can maintain this level for 2 plus years?

{Ed001's Note - yes, he doesn't rely on physicality so should do a few years yet.}

14.) 31 Jul 2022 21:04:28
Ed01, I thought Hendo was brilliant on the press and most importantly, in making the 3rd man runs from midfield and attacking the inside right channel hence, City’s cB’s could not pick him up. This was something Klopp complained about earlier in preseason so good to see that his words were heeded.

Also, what are your thoughts on Bobbie’s perf? I thought he was good in the press and also dropping deep to help counter City’s overload in midfield by shadowing Rodri and not letting him play freely. Cheers, man.

{Ed001's Note - the team played well as whole but this is not when it matters. They need to play with that intensity against the smaller clubs. It is easy to be up to face the reigning champs, not so easy when it is Forest or Southampton.}

15.) 01 Aug 2022 08:52:22
Agreed, ED01. We need to do this week in, week out during the season, like we did in the 19/ 20 season winning 21 of our first 22 games (one draw at Utd) . If we do that, the title will be ours, IMO.



09 Jun 2022 04:25:31
Question for all.

Start of the season. Our team is almost exactly as it is now but you can choose one of the following as a starting midfield 3.

Thiago, Fabinho, Henderson
Alonso, Mascherano, Gerrard

who would you go for?

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{Ed001's Note - it would have to be the modern day trio, though Xabi at his peak would walk into any side in the world ever as the sitting midfielder. Gerrard and Mash getting to work under Klopp is mouthwatering though, as the weaknesses in their games on the face of it would make them poor choices for Klopp, but I do feel if those two had worked with Klopp at Liverpool they wouldn't have shown those issues in their game. Gerrard, in particular, could really have benefitted from working under Klopp and would have 100% been the best player Liverpool have ever had if he had done so. The potential was there, but he was given far too much leeway under Rafa when he needed strong management.}

1.) 09 Jun 2022 06:21:21
Alonso is so good it make me wonder why rafa try to replace him with gareth barry.

2.) 09 Jun 2022 06:44:44
No question at all Gerrard alonso and mascherano.

That midfield 3 had it all. I would pick it for Gerrard alone tbh. Imagine him in his prime under Klopp, we’d be unstoppable. He’d by our equivalent of KDB.

3.) 09 Jun 2022 07:43:20
The past 3 all day long for me. Then we could sing one of my favourite songs….
“We’ve got the best midfield in the world……. ”.

4.) 09 Jun 2022 07:44:45
Alonso was only half the player for us when he went to real then he was the dogs b##%##%%!

5.) 09 Jun 2022 07:57:49
Gerrard was better than KDB.

6.) 09 Jun 2022 08:04:12
Josh he was our equivalent of KDB but Gerrard was better.

7.) 09 Jun 2022 08:04:52
Imagine Klopp having Gerrard mascharano and Alonso in their prime? ????????.

8.) 09 Jun 2022 08:33:14
Ed001 what did gerrwrd have to do to improve his game? Or what were his weaknesses?

{Ed001's Note - he had no defensive reading of the game, people would laud his last-ditch tackles, but they always came about because he was caught napping. If he had been able to read the game well then he would never have needed to make those challenges in dangerous areas. Also his decision making could be poor, he was playing in a poor side which led to him taking on far too many shots when a simple pass would have put someone in on goal as he had drawn out the defence. And his attitude could be off. He caused lots of problems with teammates that he felt were not doing what he wanted. He had a falling out with Torres over Torres wanting to stay at home with his family rather than going out on the lash in 'team bonding' nights out. And his biggest weakness was his feeling that he was king of the walk and refusal to play wide right for Rafa after having his best season ever on the right. He refused to play anywhere but in the centre for Liverpool while openly saying he would play anywhere for England (which led to him regularly playing on the left of midfield for them). That is when he needed a Klopp in charge, to put his feet back on the ground and remind him that he was not bigger than the club. A lesson he learnt but not soon enough.}

9.) 09 Jun 2022 09:26:56
Hi Ed001, Could Gerrard playing in so many poor teams over the years be a factor for this as well? I get the impression he probably had that mindset because he knew he was the best player at times and probably felt like it was all on him. I always felt during Gerrards era that we were only ever 1 or 2 players away from being a top team, winning PL titles regularly. I would love to have seen prime Gerrard in today's team.

{Ed001's Note - yes, that is what I was saying and why I feel he could have been so much greater under Klopp.}

10.) 09 Jun 2022 09:58:38
In hindsight do we think Gerrard probably looks back and regrets not leaving the club he loved when he had opportunities to do so.

{Ed001's Note - no. I think he just wishes he had been in a different era.}

11.) 09 Jun 2022 10:34:13
Ed001 thanks for the detailed reply. When you say he played best on the wide right, why was that? His crossing ability? Some of gerrards passing was out of this world at times. BTW edd. Do you think if gerrard played under a klopp when he was in his early twenties he'd seen as one of the greats of the game midfield wise? Gerrards seen as a great for English football but isn't seen in the greats across europe.

{Ed001's Note - his crossing, his passing and his goalscoring, plus his physicality were all useful there. Gerrard is seen as a great across Europe to be fair, but he would have been one of the greatest ever if he had played under Klopp imo.}

12.) 09 Jun 2022 11:11:58
Ed01, thanks for your wisdom on this topic. Gerrard could have been even greater than he was with the right coaching cos his natural ability, physicality and vision all over the pitch, were insane. Lampard better than Gerrard? Yeah, only a Chelsea fan would come up, with such rubbish. I digress.

To Ed01, I was watching a podcast this week about Pogba and how good he would have been under Klopp (work ethic, desire, and determination allowing) with Fab and Thiago next to him had he moved to LFC from Juve years ago. What do you think about Pogba playing under Klopp under the afore-mentioned conditions mentioned above? Cheers, mate.

{Ed001's Note - I am not sure Pogba has it in him to ever be anything else. He is like Origi, too laid back to ever develop the desire and workrate.}

13.) 09 Jun 2022 12:24:11
Ed001 thanks for the insightful responses ????.

{Ed001's Note - very welcome.}

14.) 09 Jun 2022 15:32:33
Thing is that I’d rather have peak Graeme Souness than any of the aforementioned. One part defensive midfielder, one part attacking midfielder, one part passing midfielder, one part absolute raving ****ing psychopath and on the pitch he was a true leader.

Greatest centre midfielder ever in my honest opinion as he could do the lot.

15.) 09 Jun 2022 15:33:09
Ed01, I fully agree with you. As talented as Pogba is naturally, he simply doesn't have it in him to be any better than he actually is. He's been coasting his whole career and with him approaching 30 now, nothing will change. Sad for him cos he really could have reached the very top cos his talent is immense, IMO.



10 May 2021 10:37:28
Do you know if Wonder Dog Sparky is okay Ed02? Hasn't been an update in a while from him.

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{Ed002's Note - He is working on his Sharkopod.}

1.) 10 May 2021 10:54:57
How are Nobby and Tinkerbell? Still feasting on electric brownies?

{Ed002's Note - Of course.}



17 Oct 2020 14:30:28
So much for Var stitching up Liverpool Ed025 😂.

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{Ed025's Note - yeah got away with one there lamborini..



09 Oct 2020 08:19:16
Couldn't really care less for International football but i am over the moon for Conor Coady. Could tell it meant a lot to him last night and he fully deserves it. Good for him!

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1.) 09 Oct 2020 09:09:29
I don't get the hate for international football. Okay, its not as exciting as pl. But it is still the beautiful game that we all love.

And its interesting to see our players in different set ups, in different positions. Robbo was part of a 5 man mf for Scotland last night and he is a different guy on the pitch. He is one of our most loved players. But for Scotland he is an absolute super star. Cl, pl, cwc winner. Was so close for a free kick. Made me think perhaps salah should let Robbo have a go now zznd then.

And I like an international tournament. Especially when your team goes on a run. I like the way it brings the country together.

I very rarely miss a Liverpool game, and I rarely catch an England game. But when you get two of the big teams going at it, it can be great.

2.) 09 Oct 2020 10:12:15
Each to their own but I can't stand watching England. I'd rather watch paint dry.

{Ed025's Note - im with you salah..

3.) 09 Oct 2020 10:14:52
Conner Coady is a great example to young players. He leaves Liverpool for £500,000, a pittance! Plays for a few teams in the Championship and now plays in the PL and for England. Good on him, just goes to show what can be done if you keep the head down and work hard 👍.

4.) 09 Oct 2020 10:15:59
Try being Welsh 😂.

5.) 09 Oct 2020 10:33:04
With a condense season friendlies are a disgrace to have to play.

{Ed025's Note - absolutely lancaster..

6.) 09 Oct 2020 12:17:17
I’m worried about the possible C.V. implications of all international football, particularly for the players going to South America. Crazy.
Having said that, the game last night at Wembley will have done Joe Gomez a world of good, get that horrible night at the Villa out of his system.
Neco did ok too.

7.) 09 Oct 2020 12:43:01
International football in a time like this baffles me, why is it allowed to go on?

8.) 09 Oct 2020 13:15:09
Yeah, I can agree with you on that salah my mate? Ridiculous.

9.) 09 Oct 2020 13:52:05
I just don't understand it robbie. Kind of like I don't understand how we're all allowed to travel to different countries, it makes no sense to me mate it should've been completely shut down until we're sorted, sod the airlines, there's much more at stake. I don't get it but we can go on about this until we're blue in the face can't we? To be honest the be all and end all is all international football should be completely shut down and that includes the champions league, the lot of it.

10.) 09 Oct 2020 14:35:27
Robbie, I grew up watching int'l football and I LOVE it. My first WC was Mexico '86. My first Euros where Germany '88 and my first AFCON was Morocco '88. Need I say more? I can kind of understand why many England fans hate int'l footie cos let's face it, England are crap and have been crap for 50 years. I would hate int'l footie too if my national team was that bad.

{Ed025's Note - who is your national team RM?..

11.) 09 Oct 2020 15:27:48
I love watching the GAWA but then there is no expectations on our wee country to do anything. We are littered with reserved team players, lower league players and old age pensioners. So when we do punch above our weight, which we do regularly its fantastic. I can't understand anyone who doesn't support their country. I very thought just seems abnormal to me.

12.) 09 Oct 2020 15:42:59
I wouldn't say hate is the right word. Important games and tournaments are great. Pointless friendlies and boring qualifiers in the middle of the prem season annoy me.

13.) 09 Oct 2020 17:35:59
I love the international window as it gives me time to catch up on the soaps 😂.

14.) 09 Oct 2020 17:36:43
Ed2, my national team is Nigeria.

{Ed025's Note - oh right, some good players have hailed from nigeria and everton have benefited from a few..

15.) 10 Oct 2020 04:23:10
England are crap but Nigeria aren’t crap? Even the best Nigerian teams of the 90’s couldn’t get to the World Cup quarterfinals.

16.) 10 Oct 2020 07:54:51
@the Irish Rover are you Northern Irish so? Also what's GAWA or was that an auto correct?

Very nearly a playoff final for the Euros Northern Ireland v the Republic - that would have been cool to see.

I also enjoy watching competitive international matches, as in not the friendlies.

17.) 13 Oct 2020 08:45:19
Italian 90 was my first wc. Scilatchi fir Italy. Platy for England. (was ghat 90 of 94? The amazing volley)

{Ed025's Note - ahh..that explains things then..




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09 Aug 2022 09:20:17
What a surprise.

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12 Jun 2022 08:47:47
I’ll always have a soft spot for Gini because of the Barcelona game but no. Would rather Elliot gets the chance again like he did last season.

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28 May 2022 04:31:44
Not happening unless one of Mane or Salah leave.

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16 Mar 2022 13:31:53
I'd prefer Stacey's mom.

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23 Aug 2021 12:46:53
Icardi is walking drama. I would not want him near the club!

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08 Jul 2022 04:01:48
I think we have moved on from the mediocre players like Joe Allen. No thank you.

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08 Jul 2022 00:37:06
To be fair to Konate. He was our best player in the CL final.

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06 Jul 2022 14:06:51
Another example. Pretty sure Torres had 2 separate muscle tears in late 2008 and was never the same player again.

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06 Jul 2022 09:03:10
The year is 2040.

Liverpool manager Trent Alexander-Arnols brings on James Milner to see out the last 5 minutes.

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26 Jun 2022 20:37:57
This must be a troll, surely!

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