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26 Jul 2021 15:04:43
Hi Ed's,

Couldn't find anything recent in the search function. Are Liverpool open to selling (or trying to sell) Oxlade-Chamberlain? Rumored that west ham are interested today.

Thank you,



{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any plans to sell him.}

1.) 26 Jul 2021 15:36:52
i think you can probably rule that out, we are very short on HG players as it is.

he is someone who can play in a number of positions and has finally got back to fitness.

2.) 26 Jul 2021 15:59:05
Feel for himself he does need to playing regularly to see if he can get back to his best.

But I doubt he will get a move unless he pushes for one. Even then will LFC be prepared to bring in someone to meet the HG qoutas.

3.) 26 Jul 2021 16:39:17
I know he’s HG, but for me he’d be one of the ones I’d look to move on. Too many injuries and too inconsistent.

4.) 26 Jul 2021 16:41:20
They're playing around with him at false 9, it's been mentioned in a few interviews with Pep and Jurgen and he's played there a couple of times.
I'm actually all for it although he's probably not the best finisher, he can certainly do a job.

5.) 26 Jul 2021 17:46:40
He is a better finisher than most in the squad.

6.) 26 Jul 2021 18:18:48
Part of deal to bring Bowen?

7.) 26 Jul 2021 18:35:23
I agree with Mark, Ox is a very decent finisher, he’s just been very unlucky that every time he’s looked to be getting in he’s suffered a bad injury. Turning him into a false nine could be a good idea, he is physically quite strong, he can link up well, he can turn and run with the ball and he’s got a hell of a strike on him from distance.



04 Oct 2017 20:22:17
Media rumours about that we have interest in the 20 year old Turkish midfielder, Yusuf Yazici?


1.) 04 Oct 2017 23:02:33
never heard of him but after a quick google search, apparently utd and atletico madrid want him as well - any good?

2.) 04 Oct 2017 23:28:53
Another attacking midfielder, just what we need.



20 Dec 2016 15:08:27
Hi Eds. Great win yesterday. (I searched for Maia. ) Press is linking us with a Brazilian named Thiago Maia. Anything in it? Or would he be priced out of a move anyways?


{Ed002's Note - Santos' Thiago Maia is of interest to PSG, Monaco, Zenit and Napoli in addition to Chelsea, Fiorentina and Manchester United who all have sustained interest and spoke with his previous agent. He is one of three players at the Olympics that Chelsea were interested in and a bid is still expected after seemingly successful discussions were held with his new representative - but Chelsea will not look to pay the outrageous asking price. PSG has spoken to Santos and after being rebuffed may return with an offer and Napoli have made it clear that they too are interested in making an offer, but the interest of Juventus, Monaco and Arsenal has waned - as the interest of Manchester United may have done. It is unlikely that any move will happen before the summer or potentially January 2018 unless an over the odds offer is made. Liverpool had a scout present at a Santos game in November (as did Zenit, Benfica and Kashima Antlers according to Santos) and that may be the cause of the report regarding Liverpool interest - but I really don't know why they had someone at the game. If they are looking to Maia it would be a significant spend on a teenager who plays as a defensive midfield player so it may take a change in shape of the side to fit him in - given Lucas can't get a game.}

1.) 20 Dec 2016 22:12:11
Could a creative DM signing move Henderson alongside Lallana?

{Ed002's Note - Sure, Klopp could change the way the team is organised in order to accommodate a teenager.}

2.) 21 Dec 2016 09:10:57
Curious Eds, do you rate him? Who does he remind you of as a player? Were there any other players worth scouting at that game?

Thanks and Happy Holidays Eds!

{Ed002's Note - I don't "rate" players but he is a player that plenty of clubs have shown an interest in. Scouts go to games all of the time - that is there job.}



26 Aug 2016 17:20:32
Ed002 I see that the appreciation society has gone a bit dull lately. You not been feeling the love here recently?


{Ed002's Note - I didn't know that and of course I don't know who runs it, but I appoint you my head of boosting. Sign up for the Ed002 Appreciation Society at: }

1.) 26 Aug 2016 18:04:42
Lol I dub thee head of boosting. I just google to see who you've wrecked recently and I haven't seen one in a while. Unfortunately I am not too fond of facebook. But know you're still #1 in my book Ed. Or #2.uhhhhh.

2.) 27 Aug 2016 02:56:52
Been using this site for a few years, tho never posted/ registered before.

just wanted to thanks to all of the eds, and several posters who i always enjoy reading.

been here since dodgy sightings at lennon airport and no daft questions to the eds.

and ed2 who always makes me smile. thx for all the info you provide.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome, and thanks for the kind words. As far as I know, nobody knows if he will be on the 1230 or 1300 arrival at John Lennon International today but there are bound to be a lot of fans at the airport hoping for a glimpse of him.}



14 Aug 2016 23:02:58
Hey Eds, we haven't heard anything about sakho. Haven't seen him in any training photos lately either. Is he on the way out? Honestly had kinda forgotten about him.


{Ed002's Note - He will be sold if a buyer can be found.}

1.) 14 Aug 2016 23:28:37
Dang that's crazy. Difficult situation this.

Thanks Ed.

2.) 14 Aug 2016 23:17:35
He will be back training with the first team this week!

3.) 15 Aug 2016 02:09:57
Is this because of the drug test Ed? He was great last year prior to that debacle.

{Ed001's Note - no.}

4.) 15 Aug 2016 07:32:21
Its to do with him being sent home from the pre season tour in Erica I guess.
Showing complete disrespect by being late for the flight, then a training session and then a club meal.
Klopp showing everyone who is boss by bringing the hammer down hard.

5.) 15 Aug 2016 08:15:33
A preseason tour in Erica? Must have missed that 😳.

6.) 15 Aug 2016 00:31:03
Although I respect your opinion/ info Ed, I highly doubt both Klopp and LFC would be so niave to sell one of their best centre backs due to a behavoural issue. Don't get me wrong he has a lot to do, to get back in to the first 11 but selling him would be complete madness, leaving us then with Klavan, Matip, Lovren and a very inexperienced Gomez who is still recovering from an Acl and Achilles injury. When on form he is vital to our defence, we missed him hugely in the Europa league final too.

7.) 15 Aug 2016 01:17:44
Cheers ed, absolutely ruthless from Klopp but these are the likes of ball I wish Rodgers would have shown.

8.) 15 Aug 2016 05:58:52
from using the search function, do you know if roma are still interested ed002?

{Ed002's Note - No, they have taken Fazio on loan. Housseyni has been spoken to by the club and Besiktas are known to be looking for a centre back but at best will want a loan with an option to buy. Housseyni however is insistant that Sakho stays and if that is the case he will no doubt be spending his time looking for the deal that suits them and not Liverpool. Housseyni has been told that the club expect to recover their investment in him.}

9.) 15 Aug 2016 08:35:00
So that would make Lovren, Klavan, Matip and Gomez our 4 centre backs.

10.) 15 Aug 2016 09:03:30
Hi Ed, is this a case of Klopp setting a clear example to the rest of the squad in terms of behavioral expectations or would it be fair to say there's a little more going on?

Obviously getting sent home from a pre-season tour is a serious matter but you'd be forgiven for thinking it didn't warrant selling the player.

Perhaps it was simply the final straw given the banned substance debacle etc?

{Ed001's Note - isn't enough that he is going? Klopp has made the decision and that is the important thing.}

11.) 15 Aug 2016 09:33:24
thanks ed002 for the update.

12.) 15 Aug 2016 10:15:08
Hi Eds, the signing of Klavan seemed to be a bit of a surprise at the time but if you're correct about Sakho hindsight makes it look like he was brought in as his replacement. Is there a shred of truth in that or am I making a connection where none exists?

{Ed002's Note - The decision regarding Sakho was taken after Klavan signed but you would think that there was some thought process involved.}

13.) 15 Aug 2016 10:21:15
I really liked sakho, he seemed to be warm to the fans, have a bit of a personality which is good for morale and was easily our best cb (not the hardest achievement)

Shame his attitude appears to have dropped, has he always been like this or is it more recent?

Thought the club were sticking by him after the drugs incident so is it that it was ultimately disrespectful of him to be how he has after that or more long term issues?

14.) 15 Aug 2016 10:27:46
Thanks Ed2.

15.) 15 Aug 2016 10:21:15
I really liked sakho, he seemed to be warm to the fans, have a bit of a personality which is good for morale and was easily our best cb (not the hardest achievement)

16.) 15 Aug 2016 12:57:22
Hi ed, would Sakho of been informed of this decision or not?

{Ed002's Note - He will know that the club are open to taking offers for him and he will have spoken with Housseyni.}

17.) 15 Aug 2016 13:56:46
I was excited when we signed him to be honest, but having watched him live a few times I'm glad we're selling. Everything else aside I just don't rate the lad and I've stated that before. I never got the Enrique thing and people on here raved about him? Like the look of klaven think we missed a trick with Ashley Williams and should spend big on a spurs LB. although I'm thinking klopp rates milner there.

18.) 15 Aug 2016 15:46:22
I find this upsetting - to me, he is the most able CB in the squad and losing him will be a significant blow to us and our ability to play out from the back.

19.) 15 Aug 2016 17:16:31
I'm glad don't rate Sakho always a liability for a mistake.




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18 Jun 2022 00:26:02
Apparently Ronaldo wants to leave. I think for the right price he could fill Divock's shoes. Worth a punt?


{Ed0666's Note - I feel like this post is gonna be popular and not in a good way either

1.) 18 Jun 2022 08:13:43
What is the right price?
Maybe Ronaldo has one unfulfilled ambition and that is to sit on the bench at Liverpool and fill the shoes of our six or seventh choice forward and will be willing to take a big pay cut.

2.) 18 Jun 2022 12:12:46
He’s going to need to bring that 6 figure wage down to 5 figures, for starters to sit on our bench.

3.) 18 Jun 2022 00:55:11
@Ed0666: Take cover, incoming!

{Ed0666's Note - baton down the hatchets mate



15 Aug 2021 13:54:32
Hey ed001 (and viewers) - haven't seen much talk about Tsimikas. What do you all think? Effort was there. He got tired at the end which is okay. Made some mistakes. Think he showed some promise if he can get rid of the rustiness. Was a good baptism by fire! Norwich away and full of belief -not the hardest night we will face, but not the easiest either. Overall think there is a good player there.


{Ed001's Note - needs to play more before judging him.}

1.) 15 Aug 2021 14:04:52
Decent going forward, dwindled on the ball a few times. But to be fair he has played little football. He is definitely a good back up for Robbo.

2.) 15 Aug 2021 14:15:17
Started bright but struggled. He shows promise though. I'm excited to see more of him.

3.) 15 Aug 2021 14:16:15
Seems a bit slower than Robbo but has a right foot, unlike Robbo. Made a few daft errors towards the end but clearly not up to the intensity of the PL yet. Wasn't bad and yes, he does need more games.

4.) 15 Aug 2021 14:21:51
Think will do fantastic with VVD back now who was all over him with Milner after he's mistake 😂

We are lucky to have so many leaders in our team. Think a lot of credit goes to Klopp.

Milner didn't waste any second was quick on Tsimikas face when he gave away ball cheaply in our box and from their VVD took full control and managed Tsimikas remaining 30 minutes in the game.

I just hope this team goes on to win few more EPL and CL coz it would be travesty if they don't win with that amount of quality and leadership.

5.) 15 Aug 2021 14:52:05
Good enough to be Robbo's backup. Effective going forward, can be shaky in defense. But can, and hope he will, improve over the next 2-3 games that he'll be playing.

6.) 15 Aug 2021 15:25:02
It is a big bonus for the squad to have a decent lb to give Robbo breaks during the season. I like the lad from the small amount I have seen from him.

7.) 15 Aug 2021 15:31:26
I thought going forward, he looked really good, he'll certainly get loads of assists, in defence he looks very worrying. He really needs to sort out that aspect of his game.

8.) 15 Aug 2021 15:41:18
I wouldn’t want him in vs Chelsea. But lesser teams I think he can be useful. Not a bad debut 6/ 10 can only get better because the effort and confidence is definitely there.

9.) 15 Aug 2021 15:50:48
Ed is correct. Tsimikas needs more games in his belt in order to make a elwell informed judgment on him.

10.) 15 Aug 2021 17:54:52
I think he did alright. Needs time, but as a back up he did what he was supposed to, was a good outlet on the left, made a couple of mistakes, but he’s barely played any football for a year, so it’s to be expected, but overall a solid 6/ 10 performance.

11.) 15 Aug 2021 23:03:09
I honestly think that Kostas will be fine lad's.

12.) 16 Aug 2021 00:21:58
Defensively suspect and got caught too high at times, it was noticeable that all of Norwich’s joy came from his side of the pitch. Attacking wise he was a good outlet but defensively he looked a long way off of Robertson. Jury I still out and he certainly needs more games before being properly judged.



06 Jul 2021 13:25:03
Can someone help? I tried using the search function for "surprise" and it keeps bringing up Ed025's onlyfans.

Here I was thinking Mbappe was heading our way!


{Ed025's Note - no TJ, there is more chance of lord lucan riding shergar in the unicorn derby im afraid mate.. :)

1.) 06 Jul 2021 14:13:16
I would much prefer seeing either of those things than the original :) . Hope you are well 025.

{Ed025's Note - yeah im good thanks TJ mate..

2.) 06 Jul 2021 17:59:45
To be fair Ed I think Lord Lucan also has a better chance of riding Shergar to victory before Everton win another trophy ;)

3.) 06 Jul 2021 20:39:15
The way things are going these days Lord Lucan could very well now be Lady Lucan.



07 Dec 2020 15:15:49
Editors: I understand if you don’t want to post this. I hope if you don’t it is for not wanting to open this topic up, instead of simply disagreeing.

I don’t understand why taking a knee would get booed, but I’d be lying if I said I felt uplifted by it, and I’m actually let down when people immediately resort to “RACIST! ” Name calling. Stop assuming that either side is perfect and have actual discussions. I know my below points aren’t perfect, but they are at least worth hearing.

1: Taking a knee does not mean you are “with us”. What player in their right mind wouldn’t take a knee in front of the world and their teammates? We should all unite for racial equality but simply kneeling over is only a gesture. I’d much rather see a player use their platform to make a big impact as just take a knee. See Rashford.

2. knee taking in the US is during the national anthem which is a whole new can of worms. It’s easy to perceive this as disrespect to ones country, which in turn seems like disrespect to those that fought/ died for it. There is nothing wrong with pride in/ love for ones country. I certainly love my country despite its many flaws. That being said, you have the right to do so whenever you want, but Others have the right to voice their displeasure as well, even if misguided.

3. Black Lives Matter, the organization, is HEAVILY flawed. It started as a good message and now is another political organization making unattainable extremist demands. Change happens slowly and this is a complex issue.

For the record, I don’t care what you do, what race you are, who you love, where you worship, so long as it’s within the limits of the law. I am against all forms of extremism and I don’t need others’ blessing to tell me I’m not racist. I love my family, a God that I admit I have my own struggles with, and Liverpool.


{Ed033's Note - If we've got free will, are people allowed their own opinions or should we all be forced to have the 'correct' opinions on each and every subject? And who decides what the correct opinion is on any subject?

1.) 07 Dec 2020 16:04:26
I fully agree with the idea you should have the free will to choose to participate or not without being called racist, but I don’t think booing is appropriate response to a collective action that’s clearly designed to shed light on a major problem (and I know you didn’t say that, I’m just commenting on the fans who have done this) .

I was actually proud that the Kop applauded it by comparison.

2.) 07 Dec 2020 16:05:40
As TJRed says Eds, if you don’t want to post this response on such a sensitive topic I understand completely.

I get what you’re saying mate, it’s a complex issue and kneeling undoubtedly has lost some of its original impact. I would agree that there are more impactful ways to bring about racial equality in the game and educate some of the misguided fans that exist in likely every stadium. However, to actively boo an action which aims only to highlight the racism that we all know exists in the game is downright deplorable for me and can be called for what it is, racism.

You might disagree with certain aspects of BLM, but the players aren’t kneeling in line with riots or left wing agendas as some seem to think. They’re kneeling to stop monkey chants, racial abuse and under representation of people of colour in management. I’m almost glad the millwall fans acted how they did; it shows us how far football still has to go to be a welcoming and safe place for all.

Again Ed’s, if this is considered inflammatory at all I understand, it’s a tricky issue to navigate.

{Ed033's Note - If there wasn't any booing, you'd have some government agency paying a small group to boo. This is what happened with the small group of Bulgarians giving the Bellamy Salute a while ago.

3.) 07 Dec 2020 16:35:03
I’ve seen a lot recently from the far right saying BLM is a Marxist organisation and this and that, all of course rubbish designed to turn people away from the cause of racial equality because the far right know that they can’t simply be racist openly anymore so have to resort to other methods to discredit these movements and their goals.

So the message is be careful of what you read on Facebook. BLM is a movement for racial equality, nothing more, nothing less.

Those booing might not all be racist yes but maybe ignorant to the movement or have been turned by some rubbish on Facebook. That’s why it’s important to try and educate these people rather than just ban them, simply banning them will not help the movement, it will just move the problem somewhere else and probably make the problem worse.

{Ed033's Note - Should we send people to 'Education Detention Camps' for 'Wrong-Think'?

4.) 07 Dec 2020 17:31:44
To be fair the headline, "FA investigating crowd incidents at Millwall" is a welcome sign that some normality is returning.

In my opinion, the kneeling before the game is not a big ask for anyone involved - and is a clear and direct rejection of racism to spectators and other participants. The incident at Millwall proves this in my opinion.

As for the discussion on free will, a fundamentally flawed concept as it can only be used within the scope of our available options. However I would argue that if your options include "say something racist" and "say nothing", and you still choose the former, you may want to evaluate how you apply even this diluted form of freewill.

5.) 07 Dec 2020 18:19:51
For me, it’s absolutely about the choice to participate.

What isn’t on the table is said booing of anyone who decides to take the knee. In what way is it an offensive gesture? It’s for a noble cause whether it’s lost its impact is an irrelevance when we’re discussing some people’s apparent disdain to it.

People who boo are either thick, ignorant, racist, or all of the above.

6.) 07 Dec 2020 19:30:34
Maybe we should try an understand why they booed and then we can actually tackle the issue.

Is it due to the political reasons? Is it because they don’t feel the players should be doing it? Or is it because they feel black lives don’t matter or of the opinion all lives matter?

We live in a world where if you strip us all back we are all a bag of bones, there is no need to abuse someone purely due to their race, gender or sexuality. But we need to talk about it rather than just brush it under a carpet. Speaking through the reasons for anyones prejudice can go along way to remove it,

7.) 07 Dec 2020 19:31:48
Ed 33, I’m sorry but booing an effort to stop racism in football is not “wrong-think”, it’s blatantly racist. There’s a fine line between free speech and hate speech, but this certainly falls under the latter. In the most respectful way, your response to my post is a strawman.

{Ed033's Note - Oh right you want to call it 'hate speech'. Ok, should we send people to 'Education Detention Camps' for 'hate speech'? :)

8.) 07 Dec 2020 20:04:03
Yes Ed033, we probably should educate them. It's blatantly incorrect thinking to be racist.

9.) 07 Dec 2020 20:17:26
Cmon Ed033, free speech and free will still needs personal restraint and occasionally censorship or chaos and arguing break out. Why denigrate an action like taking a knee when, even though its tokenism, it represents an more positive inclusive loving consideration of society?

In fact, what are the reasons for booing such a gesture?
On a side note, you are probably the least qualified Ed to be dealing with issues of free speech when your conspiracy page nullifies any attempt to debate your Flat Earth, Trumpist, David Icke love-in.

{Ed033's Note - I try to 'wake' people up. Ok, what's your moving globe proof?

10.) 07 Dec 2020 21:02:14
BLM leaders are proud to say they are "trained Marxists". I don't support that at all, nor defending the Police or abolish prisons.

Kick it out, I am fully behind, any national anti racism campaign is great, but the capital lettered group, BLM I find hugely problematic. I therefore do not support taking the knee.

11.) 07 Dec 2020 21:19:09
Gravity and day and night cycles.

12.) 07 Dec 2020 21:20:09
Ed033, You are a flat earther too?

What benefit is there to the earth being a globe rather than flat? Why would so many millions be lying about it exactly? To what aim? Why would they all want to hide "the truth" that the earth is in fact flat?

{Ed033's Note - Because they want you thinking you're an insignificant spec of nothing in a vast universe, when you're actually a Suveran that has Dominion over a World inside an enclosed non moving fantastic 'Snow Globe'.

People can always start visiting our conspiracy site

13.) 07 Dec 2020 21:34:09
You're so awake Ed033, have you read anything other than 1984 I wonder 🤔.

{Ed033's Note - Start visiting our conspiracy site to see what i have read.

14.) 07 Dec 2020 21:43:35

Oh of course, it is all so simple!

Thanks for the laugh!

{Ed033's Note - We're back to - what's your 'moving globe' proof then?

15.) 07 Dec 2020 21:56:25

Common sense, sanity etc.

But hey as Journey once said "Don't stop believing"!

{Ed033's Note - Right, so you can't show any evidence of a moving globe?

16.) 07 Dec 2020 22:41:48
I did visit the conspiracy site Ed, and it just regurgitated the nonsense I've been battling a mate over for years. You are a long way down a rabbit hole and it's very difficult to see the light when down that deep. My good mate now views everything through his strong world view lens and no amount of logic or evidence (yes evidence, I'm an academic researcher and know how to dig deep) can steer him away from his misguided delusions.

{Ed033's Note - Have you found any evidence of a 'moving globe' when you 'dig deep'?

17.) 07 Dec 2020 23:32:05
Leave Ed33 alone. There are flat earthers all around the globe ;-)

{Ed033's Note - pretty bizarre that no one can come up with one proof of a 'moving globe'.

18.) 07 Dec 2020 23:41:23
Learning the basics of physics teaches you the earth can’t be flat. fly to Cape Town or Melbourne and you won’t be able to see the North Star.

{Ed033's Note - The World is so vast that you in your Personal Atmospheric Viewing Dome can't see every star from everywhere on Earth. We see a different stars depending where we are standing on Earth.

A video explaining this:

19.) 08 Dec 2020 01:02:18
I'm sure I could find a youtube video proving that the moon is made of cheese. I actually thought you were kidding Ed when defending flat earthers. We truly are in a post truth age : (.

{Ed033's Note - The Moon isn't a place we can get to. We're in an enclosed system. We have to be in an enclosed system for there to be air pressure. You can't have air pressure without a container.

And you still haven't come up with one proof of a 'moving globe'.

20.) 08 Dec 2020 01:15:32
Hi Ed033,
Do you disagree with all Science pointing to a globular spinning Earth?

1. Was the mathematics and experiment by Foucault wrong?
2. Is Euclidian Geometry part of this global conspiracy?
3. Why does the Earth always cast a circular globe during a Lunar Eclipse?
4. Were the many Islamic mathematicians wrong in predicting correctly that the Earth is a globe?

{Ed033's Note - Hi Captain Needa, Moving away from the Spinning Globe is the hardest psi-op to break free of. I get it. I'm just trying to 'wake' people up.

Where is this Science pointing to a globular spinning Earth?

1. yes
2. yes.
4. yes.
3. The premise of the question is incorrect, because a sphere doesn't make an evenly curved shadow on another sphere when eclipsing a single source of light. The shadow would first enter as a long ellipse, then would morph into a circle when centred, then it would exit as an elongated ellipse.

There are loads of documented eclipses where the Sun and Moon are both viewable above the horizon, which eliminates the Earth as the cause.

You might want to know if it's not the Earth causing the shadow, what is causing the shadow. The answer is possibly Rahu or Ketu, which is known about in other cultures, but not in the western world it seems.

21.) 08 Dec 2020 01:19:25
Foucault’s pendulum speaks for itself Ed, as does the Coriolis force. I know you'll spout conspiracies about museums using magnetic fields etc, but seriously. It's amazing to me the attitude of all conspiracists, essentially you seem to have a very low standard of evidence for what you want to believe but an impossibly high standard of evidence for what you don’t want to believe.

{Ed033's Note - "speaks for itself" :)

22.) 08 Dec 2020 01:38:47
Simply saying yes to the questions isn't proof of anything. Explain how Foucault was wrong etc etc.
If I said I was an astronaut and had physically witnessed a globe in its beautiful spinning dance, you'd call me a liar then?

{Ed033's Note - No, i found the perfect answer - "speaks for itself".

23.) 07 Dec 2020 23:06:58
Plus, there are billions of examples of moving globes in the universe. Get your telescope out and have a look at the moon, Mars, Jupiter, etc.
Strangely enough though, in hundreds of years of stargazing and millions of light years of universe viewed, scientists are yet to find a flat planet identical to ours. Must be a conspiracy.

{Ed033's Note - inverse square law of light means they can't be light years away. They appear as lights above us, that's all we can tell about them

24.) 07 Dec 2020 23:43:47

{Ed033's Note - The video in the background doesn't show much movement.
The Earth allegedly moves in 4 different directions at the same time. It allegedly spins at 1000 mph, orbits the sun at 66,600 mph, moes with the 'solar system' at 400,000 mph and moves with the 'galaxy' at over 1 million mph. I'm not seeing that kind of movement.

25.) 08 Dec 2020 01:54:54
Hi Ed33

3 points to make:
1. Thank you because you have inspired me to “wake” my account, password and tech issues for as long as I can remember so not been posting.

2. I have been to your conspiracy site a few times and may be some merit in some of what goes on there certainly not arrogant or ignorant enough to dismiss the entire site but I think you or people in general would be doing well to sense check some of the articles posted there, more often than not, so more than 50% of the times Iv gone there with an open mind I have been able to dismiss or discredit an article or video as fake news before I get to the end of it, factually!

3. I would point to the cycle of day and night and the seasons, time difference or time zones as proof of a spinning globe. If the earth is flat and having a rough understanding of the speed of light, how do you account for the difference in sunrise time of day? For example today 08 Dec. sun will rise in Aberdeen at 08:34 and in Brighton at 07:51 if it’s not curvature of the earth then what causes this?

{Ed033's Note - 2. The site is about the overall not about individual articles/videos.

3. It would be good if people would get the awesome Flat Earth Sun, Moon & Zodiac Clock mobile app by Blue Water Bay for $2.99. The Sun moves in differing circles above us between the Tropic of Cancer and The Tropic of Capricorn.

26.) 08 Dec 2020 06:32:27
It's bad enough this nonsense exists anywhere, but why does it have to be here?
If we ask a question about a real Madrid transfer we're told we're on the wrong page. Ed, take your utter nonsense back to the knuckle-daggers.

27.) 08 Dec 2020 10:04:50
I had to check I was on the right page for a second there! lol.

28.) 08 Dec 2020 12:17:45
Exactly Ghostgoal where's Ed02 when you need him?!



17 Oct 2020 14:38:13
Well ed025. I'm admittedly feeling robbed, but I think your team can't call us LiVARpool at all now 😂. Good game mate. Till next time eVARton 😁.


{Ed025's Note - yeah it was Tj, i thought the reds shaded it but thats how it goes sometimes mate..

1.) 17 Oct 2020 16:22:34
Shaded it ed. The blue tinted glasses perhaps.

{Ed025's Note - i never go anywhere without them sanjit mate.. :)

2.) 17 Oct 2020 16:42:56
But with the technology, Ed, it should not be how it goes. If you lose points because you playedbad (last week) that's okay but really bad decisions. that's not how it should go.
But yes should have a been a good game.

{Ed025's Note - it needs scrapping denzil..

3.) 17 Oct 2020 16:46:20
Shaded 😂.

{Ed025's Note - yes shaded den..

4.) 17 Oct 2020 17:26:00
I don't think I've been so angry after a game of football as I did today (since I was a youngster anyway) Had to sit myself down and tell myself that I'm an adult and there's more important things in life. I almost hit the ceiling when hendo scored then couldn't process the offside call. As long as they are consistent through the whole season I can get on board with this offside rule but I fear that it will change game to game depending on who's on VAR.

{Ed025's Note - yeah den it looks like all the liverpool supporting ones have been replaced this season mate...but im sure they will find some other way of handing you the league.. :)

5.) 17 Oct 2020 18:12:47
Come on Den have a think . Since 1977 I can remember one important/ controversial decision going Evertons way. That was DCL winning a penalty at Anfield when he was pushed but went down easily. If you can think of any more I'd like to hear .

My Everton buddy reels off lots of decisions that went our way that I can't argue with . One day the decisions didn't go our way but remember offside is offside. Fouls can be interpreted differently but offside is fact whether it's 1cm or 10yards .

6.) 17 Oct 2020 18:55:00
But he wasn't off side.
And Ed I'm sorry but he was out of control, studs up coming straight at the player. It wasnt even at an angle so could be classes as miss timed. Even if he took the ball he would take the man and at speed with force. That was on purpose to hurt the player. Nasty to say the least.

{Ed025's Note - for me it was badly mistimed denzil but not malicious like your trying to make out, i never heard you mention where fabinho went in studs up on james or the terrible tackle by robbo on the same guy mate?, selective memory i suggest..

7.) 17 Oct 2020 19:32:44
Cloacina, I reckon you have a lot more than one everton buddy. Good luck at goodison this season dude.

8.) 17 Oct 2020 20:52:07
Not selective memory Ed as I was at a much more important event- my daughters game so didn't see the whole game only very short highlights. If they went in maliciously like that tackle clearly was then they should be punished accordingly.

{Ed025's Note - nice to hear that denzil, i hope your daughter enjoyed herself mate..

9.) 17 Oct 2020 21:33:08
She did thanks Ed. Got beat in the last minute though. All good experience.

{Ed025's Note - the enjoyment is the main thing denzil..




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24 May 2022 23:54:19
Keep origi and sell jota. You guys read one of ed001’s criticisms of Jota and think he’s the worst player in the world. He certainly has his flaws (I agree with ed001 his build up play is infuriating at times) . But he is very good at doing the most important thing in the game. Scoring goals.

I love divock, but he is not even close to being as good as jota.




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24 May 2022 11:44:09
I know how talented mbappe is, but a player like that just wouldn’t fit at Liverpool anyways. As fun as it was to imagine (even though I never really paid it any attention, especially with ed002 saying no chance), we are better off with a cohesive pressing unit, and a team that would individually sacrifice for each other. Mbappe isn’t that.




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25 Dec 2021 15:09:07
Merry Christmas Ed! Appreciate the update.




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12 Nov 2021 13:37:08
That’s a good shout Ed. He had a pretty good run didn’t he 😂.




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12 Nov 2021 11:42:21
We see this “constantly injured player needs a move” scenario a lot.

I was wondering if anyone could think of a notable time where it actually worked out for the buyer? Danny ings maybe but his injuries were long term. I’m talking guys that can’t stay off the treatment table like Sturridge.


{Ed002's Note - Michael Essien?}




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26 May 2022 14:31:12
I find it interesting that people value build up play more than goals being scored. I thought goals won games, not build up play?

Sure, you could argue that his losing the ball in this build up play occasionally led to goals (our defensive record suggests otherwise) . Do I get frustrated when he loses the ball in those situations? Sure. But I forgive him when he bags a difficult header a few minutes later.

And just for the record, Bobby has had spells where his buildup play is atrocious (like the wolves game) . But he’s still Bobby.

I’m sure many of you think we actually “missed out” on Mbappe too. The replacement that could have been I suppose…

The bottom line is Jota is a vital member of this team, works hard, and scores goals. Find something else to complain about.




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19 May 2022 11:41:49
In no way shape or form am I comparing the two. You are only making my point. Pedophilia is illegal because we as humans decided it should be illegal. My hypothetical situation is what if the majority of people started accepting pedophilia? I would imagine most posters here are against pedophilia, but in this case, the majority thinks it’s okay. We would be “bigots” to speak out against it.

That is the only point I’m Making. I’m not saying Gueye has the right to be a bigot. I’m saying he has the right to make his own decisions. Whether you think it is bigotry is simply irrelevant.




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18 May 2022 20:55:23
Ah yes. The first person to say “comparing homosexuality to pedophilia”. It was an example. You read what you want to read. Insert any -philia and the point remains. Everyone has their beliefs and limits. You jump to that conclusion because you are on auto pilot.




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18 May 2022 19:26:28
I agree with you Ed. It is bigotry. But What you think is bigotry may be totally different to someone else. What if certain people started accepting pedophilia? Would it be bigotry to speak out against pedophiles then? I know I’d speak out.

They are both issues of sexuality no?