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16 Apr 2020 16:38:53
I have heard we are after brozovic, is this realistic?

{Ed002's Note - Marcelo Brozovic (DM) would be a like for like replacement for Fabinho. It would be difficult to see how he would get a game at Liverpool and he is certainly not on the list of players that Inter Milan are looking to sell.}


1.) 16 Apr 2020 17:52:23
Ok thanks ed I seen click bait before saying we in talks too sign, from the site I seen it on I knew it would be garbage but had too check it out, what about tete from shakhtar is he highly rated an possibly on the move.

{Ed002's Note - Tete? Liverpool has no interest in him - where are you getting all of this from?}


2.) 16 Apr 2020 18:45:39
Various sites online ed, I don't believe we are signing someone til they wearing the shirt, but I suppose I was asking too see if there is any interest.

{Ed002's Note - I am astonished people think Liverpool are looking to add Tete. But a nice cheap Salah replacement I guess.}


3.) 16 Apr 2020 18:47:43
It's on metro and Yahoo an others just thought I would get confirmation that its crap.

{Ed002's Note - Welcome Tete then.}


4.) 16 Apr 2020 22:57:27
If people stopped reading these stories perhaps there would be less of them.


5.) 17 Apr 2020 12:38:04
Then why are we on a site called liverpool transfer rumours, because of speculation and it begs a question "is any part of it true "


 

 

10 Feb 2020 00:13:44
Any legs in Bayern wanting our bobby Ed's do u think he would want too leave.

{Ed002's Note - Roberto Firmino (F) Bayern see RF as a versatile forward who can play on the left or through the middle but they have other priorories, so nothing is likely to happen. A way down the list.}


1.) 10 Feb 2020 08:01:50
Why would Bobby swap the champions of the Premier League for the champions of the Bundesliga? Doesn't make much sense.


2.) 10 Feb 2020 12:42:23
Steady on Gregarious it’s not won yet mate.


3.) 10 Feb 2020 13:38:21
Your right virgil steady on Greg Bayern haven't won the league yet🤣🤣🤣.


4.) 10 Feb 2020 17:24:14
Gregarious, don't forget champions of both Europe and The World.


5.) 10 Feb 2020 18:12:33
Bobby would have to leave kickin and screamin he’s the fan fav and he loves us! Not a hope it’s lazy journalists! Was vvd last week it’s boring!


6.) 10 Feb 2020 19:21:29
No (non boyhood) footballer loves the fans beyond Money or glamour.


7.) 11 Feb 2020 15:05:55
Bobby couldn't understand pipco going to Barcelona and tryed to get him to stay so why would he leave for bayern am pretty sure the wages would be less I maybe wrong about that so please correct that if I'm wrong.


8.) 11 Feb 2020 17:14:40
What none of us know is what footballing ambitions or dreams any player has. They may include winning as many trophies as possible; playing for one or more of the world’s most famous clubs; playing different types of football in different leagues; sampling the different cultures in several continents or countries; having a settled long-term base to raise a family; staying with his hometown club for his full career; earning as much money as possible in what is a relatively short career; or a mix of these. We should simply enjoy the great players that come to our great club and wish them all the best if and when they move on.

{Ed025's Note - only one of those has any credibility WW ....its the money mate and anyone who claims different...is lying through their teeth..


9.) 11 Feb 2020 18:28:56
Ed025, such cynicism in one so young! I will give you 3 examples off the top of my head to challenge your view :

Matt Le Tissier - could have had his pick of the big teams, earned more money, been more famous, won more trophies but stayed with Southampton throughout his career.

Alan Shearer - when he left Blackburn, was wanted by Manchester United where he would have earned more money and won more trophies but signed for his boyhood club Newcastle United instead.

Steven Gerrard - could definitely have signed for Chelsea and probably a number of other top clubs, earned more money and won the PL trophy but stayed with Liverpool.

Other posters will have lots of other examples.

{Ed025's Note - le tissier was from a different era WW so we can dismiss him, shearer followed the cash to go to blackburn and at newcastle was still one of the highest paid players in the league, gerrard tried to leave for the cash but buckled under the pressure of threats to him and his family...but good try mate.. :)


10.) 11 Feb 2020 19:21:59
Posters, help! Please come to my assistance and demonstrate to Ed025 that modern footballers are not all the greedy, money-grabbing, selfish so-and-sos he would have us believe. Or am I hopelessly naive?

Oh, and Ed025 - didn’t your very own Binman turn down an approach from Ferguson before he signed Schmeichel to stay with the Blues?

{Ed025's Note - again a different era WW, its all about the money now mate and i wish i could say different..but i cant..


11.) 11 Feb 2020 19:42:05
Ighalo? took a pay cut to join Man Utd last month?

What about all the Juve players that stayed when the club was relegated? They took a 25% pay cut i believe to stay with the club they loved?

Totti turning down Real Madrid to stay at Roma?

Lahm turning down Barc to stay at Bayern?

Hamsik turning down Juve to stay at Napoli?

What about Jamie Vardy? Turned down a pay rise at Arsenal to stay at Leicester?

I am sure there are plenty others! COme on people help us out here. All of those players could have earnt more if they moved!

Red Sandman.

{Ed025's Note - ighalo made a mistake going to china and so im not counting him sandman, but there are a few good examples there mate...especially totti, but the lack of genuine candidates actually validates my original assumption i feel..


12.) 11 Feb 2020 21:59:27
To be fair 0025 I only managed a list of less than 10 and it took me a good while to pull it together. You on the other hand could rattle off about 100 names of players who chased the money so I think your point very much stands true.

Do you think a salary cap is the way to go or are we now too far gone?

Red Sandman.

{Ed025's Note - i think there is no turning back on this one sandman, agents have all the say now mate and im afraid we are stuck with it..


13.) 12 Feb 2020 07:34:59
Red Sandman, thanks for the support.

Ed025, I have to concede this one to you. I still think there are some players in the modern game who are not motivated exclusively or primarily by money but you are probably right that for the majority the money comes first, second and last.

{Ed025's Note - it really does im afraid mate..


14.) 12 Feb 2020 12:51:24
Somebody promised me a giant pay packet and I'd be on the first plane. It doesn't make a player evil to leave for pastures new when big money is on the table. This is why it's important players like our front three, VVD, Alisson etc. Understand that we can fight for titles on multiple fronts and pay them competitively with the other billionaires. Otherwise why wouldn't they leave? Who could truly blame them? We whine about it as fans but know in our hearts we would likely do the same. Footballers don't last for ever and are only in their prime a small portion of that time. You have to get what you can. Loyalty is fine in theory, and I can imagine none of our highest earners are angling for the exit door just yet, but if someone for ex. Barcelona says we are going to pay you what Messi makes and groom you to be his replacement how is he supposed to turn that down?

{Ed025's Note - that depends on how much money you have..or want..or need amerigo, i will have the run of the mill player in a mid table side who is being courted by a big fish and doubling his wages mate, but these so called superstars like neymar who jump ship for mega bucks make me sick...how much money do they need?, its greed, downright avarice and in these days of austerity, foodbanks and people on zero hours contracts...they should be ashamed of themselves..


 

 

06 Jan 2020 23:25:12
Surely we are not going too let wijnaldum go without offering a contract, one of klopps go to men and a vital cog in the machine, if he wants to leave it's another story but replacing him will be difficult he has become one of the first players on the team sheet .


1.) 07 Jan 2020 01:44:49
The man has 18 months left on his contract. There is talk of him moving in the summer, but there may well be a contract offer on the table by then. Who knows? But talk of him going is about 18 months premature.


2.) 07 Jan 2020 09:30:49
I like Gini a lot but it’s the position I least worry about replacing. Fab is holding, Hendo/ Milner in Ginis role with Ox/ Keita etc in the AM role. Still hope he stays and 18 months is a long time to sort something out. No worries.


3.) 07 Jan 2020 11:11:08
Gini has been outstanding this season, can’t believe Klopp would be happy for him to leave, for me he’s undoubtedly in our starting XI.


4.) 07 Jan 2020 11:13:46
I sincerely hope he stays and suspect he’ll get something soon based on how often Klopp turns to him in the big matches. His ability to protect the ball when under pressure is invaluable against the top sides where it doesn’t all go our way.


5.) 07 Jan 2020 11:44:25
Can't see him going anywhere to be honest, he's a player that Klopp can rely on and I would think it's only a matter of time before a new contract is signed.


6.) 07 Jan 2020 20:48:49
I can see him going as this rumour has just come out of the blue. I like him a lot but he's 29yo with 18 months on his contract, let him leave and hopefully jones will get some more game time.


7.) 07 Jan 2020 21:22:51
Gini has said he is happy at Liverpool and a contract will be discussed soon.


8.) 07 Jan 2020 23:35:14
Gini plays as many games as he can really, and has been fantastic for us in recent times. I can’t see any reason why he’d want to leave or we would want him too.


9.) 08 Jan 2020 11:10:15
Could it be that he's grown frustrated perennially playing defensively in the Klopp system when he could really thrive as an offensive midfielder like he is in his national team? That's the one thing I worry about personally.


10.) 08 Jan 2020 20:20:43
An agreement will surely be reached with Gini. A recent article about our squad wages has him as one of our lowest earners in the first team squad. I guess it's all going to come down to negotiating a wage that both we and he are happy with.


11.) 08 Jan 2020 20:37:00
A national newspaper has published the wages of Liverpool players, and I think most would agree that Gini is being paid quite a low figure (£3.9 million per anum according to the paper) considering that he's often a key part of the midfield.


12.) 08 Jan 2020 22:32:23
No idea how he's making ends meet, EpicPotato.


13.) 10 Jan 2020 12:51:08
I'm more intrigued that mane is on half of salah and miles behind bobby I'd of thought the three should be on similar money I know the yearly salary is more than I could earn in a lifetime but I would be pissed if someone joined my place of work after me does the same job and earns double what I do doesn't seem right.


14.) 11 Jan 2020 03:27:16
Mane only signed that last season too and he could probably have demanded double but that's an example of his character. He's not greedy or ego driven, he's humble and genuine. He spends a huge amount building schools etc back in Senegal and has never shown that greed affects his career. I saw a picture lately of him holding his phone which was an outdated old iphone with the screen cracked to bits, haha he seems too modest to demand a huge salary.

Similar to ngolo kante who didn't care what wages were being offered and he shows up to training in a 2nd hand hatchback car I can't remember which model but the story was hilarious, i love hearing rare stories of how top class footballers carry themselves without letting money affect them.


 

 

20 Oct 2018 20:50:18
Quite obvious our midfield is good but not creative enough we can run and pass sideways all day but we need someone who can pick a pass. klopp is very reliant on the old crop, I want to see fabihno and Keita in that midfield. really hope they can adapt. I am surprised they haven't as they have quality . Would be nice too have Shaq in the team in front of 2 midfielders as he is our most creative spark.


1.) 20 Oct 2018 21:11:10
Shaqiri to fill the Coutinho hole all day. He’s looking like more and note of a bargain every time he plays.


2.) 20 Oct 2018 21:48:56
He is needed for that bit of magic give him protection with 2 midfielders behind and let him pick passes make runs, the usual front 3 could benefit from his vision and craft, I also think Keita should b given a go there too run at people an bring others into play would b good for his confidence too free the shackles an have licence too attack , shame we never got fekir obviously.


3.) 21 Oct 2018 13:07:50
Maybe against the smaller more stubborn teams we need to play shaqiri in stead of third misfielder.

We will click, there were moments in the past 2 and a half season with klopp where we would not click as an attacking team and lost or drew games. I think we were 9th after that second int break last season.

This season the defense is supporting when we aren't scoring 3-4 goals. The goals will come im not worried.


 

 

17 Jun 2018 15:44:40
Eds I definitely think we need different options up front, maybe a target man for certain games, is the young lad taiwo awonyi anywhere near up to it as this year he has progressed more with the club he on loan at, from what I can see he looks tall strong quick an potentially a nuisance, what's your opinion on him.

{Ed002's Note - Awoniyi will go on loan again - getting a Work Permit has proven not possible. I suspect the club will look to Anderlecht as the preferred option but other sides such as Brugge and Standard Liege might be interested in a loan.}


1.) 17 Jun 2018 16:25:59
That does make sense Ed. He did quite well in Belgium, would playing for a more higher profile team help get a permit Ed?

{Ed002's Note - Potentially, but one I suspect will be a struggle to keep in the longer term. He will go on the pre-season tour of the United States and then on loan.}


2.) 17 Jun 2018 16:35:20
Ed2 are the work permit committee pissed off with us? The only reason I ask is because of how we got Grujic his by lying and I can only imagine we aren't in their good books because of that?

{Ed002's Note - Liverpool abused the system so they were certainly at the time. The whole Grujic situation has been a terrible mess but it will soon be over.}


3.) 17 Jun 2018 17:17:35
How in demand is ..............

{Ed002's Note - This is the page - we are not going to answer questions about random players.}


4.) 17 Jun 2018 17:22:42
Interesting Ed2, thank you!


5.) 17 Jun 2018 17:41:56
Cheers Ed.


6.) 17 Jun 2018 18:10:11
Why can’t Solanke be the target man?


7.) 17 Jun 2018 18:26:49
He is better behind a striker apparently slightly deeper that's where he plays for England youth teams.


8.) 17 Jun 2018 19:44:49
Ed002, will it be even more difficult after Brexit?

{Ed002's Note - Not for people like Awoniyi.}


9.) 17 Jun 2018 21:09:46
Sure, but I’m mean will the permit panel be a bit overwhelmed when the EU players have to apply?


 

 

 

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17 May 2020 15:04:45
If we play again just imagine what a merseyside derby would be like with no fans, considering the fans play a big part in the atmosphere it would be eerie and strange .


1.) 17 May 2020 15:45:57
I watched Dortmund-Schalke 04 yesterday (on TV) and it was the strangest game I have seen in a long long time. Seemed like a training game. No roar after a goal being scored. Didn't feel at all like one side was 4-0 up. But I'll admit most of the players seemed sharp still, despite the layoff.


2.) 17 May 2020 16:13:31
Rumour has it fans might not be back in the stadiums until 2021 at the earliest. So it’s either this or no football at all. I know which I would choose. However cannot wait until football is back to normal.


3.) 17 May 2020 16:13:51
The preference will always be football with fans however if we only want football with fans we won’t see a game until next year imo. I really don’t think fans will be allowed at stadiums until next year.

If football waits that long we will lose football teams and I would hate that too happen.

Games behind closed doors is not ideal but it’s the lesser of two evils.


4.) 17 May 2020 19:07:29
Hello aray1969, you hit the nail on the head and that's what got me thinking, as I watched that game yesterday it was weird and eerie. I wonder how the players feel on the pitch will it help or hinder, will it help away team or less pressure it is crap but we had prob best get used too it . Be interesting too see klopp on touchline he won't have anyone too rev up and probably hear everything he says .


5.) 17 May 2020 22:02:21
Hi Hailstones. You could hear the players talking or screaming to each other. But other than that it just seemed kind of surreal. Do you remember the Schalke player coming off and immediately being given a mask to put on? This "new" normal really is going to be difficult to get used to.


6.) 18 May 2020 10:14:22
Think we'll be lucky in some respects in relation to the lack of atmosphere hindering the players as we don't really have much to do for us to get across the finishing line. I think it will impact those teams still able to make the CL spots or avoid relegation as they will be playing pressure games every week whereas - hopefully - we'll be able to ease off a bit once the points we need are secured (fingers crossed) .


7.) 18 May 2020 12:57:05
Spot on, JK23. This will be the new normal now until 2021 when a new vaccine hopefully will be found people need to get on that train now and get used to what we all saw in Germany over the weekend quickly cos no fans will be in stadiums to watch games for a while esp. next season.

For me, I have watched many games behind closed doors before and it really doesn't bother me that much especially if my team is playing. I am too busy watching them play. I already have the notions of no fans being in the stands baked into my thinking so not arsed about all the atmosphere and all that cos well, I can't change any of that. Strange a bit? Yes, Bothered? Not really.


 

 

15 May 2020 14:32:56
C.V. has certainly not got in the way of silly season in the transfer window, we are linked with 500 million worth of players, werner, koulibaly, dembele, havertz, osmihen, soumare, ferran, brozovic etc etc we are going to have too have deep pockets .


1.) 15 May 2020 15:51:51
Are we replacing Mbappe and Sancho already? What a shame, had high hopes for our new youngsters!


 

 

09 May 2020 21:53:18
I can see where gary neville coming from regarding man united with some good signings could be a lot closer too us this season, bruno Fernandes is a game changer for them and they have real potential also watch chelsea go the finding of this young lad gilmour is a real plus, both teams will also be spending, I don't want either of these teams anywhere near us so I hope we spend wisely and effectively to stay on top of the pack .


1.) 10 May 2020 02:50:53
Gary is talking rubbish they will struggle again. Bruno although a good signing isn't enough to cover the fact that the first team is filled with too many players that are either inconsistent (Pogba) or vastly overhyped and won't push them to the next level (Maguire) . Plus Ole although he talks the talk hasn't proven nothing and has them on course for their lowest PL point total. I expect them to be around the 5th or 6th position and at a stretch 4th.


2.) 10 May 2020 12:51:57
Utd are a million miles away from us and City.

GK - De Gea is not what he was, good keeper though. We have Allison

RB- AWB lots of potential but not title challenging ready yet. Trent so far ahead of him in terms of what he brings to our team, even if AWB is better defensively

Not a single decent CB at the club sorry. We have The best CB in world with VVD and Gomez who is also solid

LB - Shaw, overweight and overrated, we have the best LB in the league in Fobbo

CMs - Pogba (nope), mctominay (hell no), Fred (nope)

We have Fabs, Gini and Hendo, whilst not the best individually, I wouldn’t swap any of them out for Utd players

AM - Bruno looks good

Wingers - they don’t have any of true class. We have Salah and Mane, not many better out there

ST - only rashford and he just won’t score enough goals. Bobby will likely score as many (perhaps a few less but there won’t be much in it).

Oh yes and there’s the other massive difference, OGS vs Klopp 😂.


3.) 10 May 2020 11:06:14
I hope they get stronger and compete for the league aswell as everton it would be amazing for Merseyside to have the 1st and 2nd spot in the premier league (obviously liverpool 1st sorry ed25)

{Ed025's Note - it really would berg, but liverpool will have to pull their socks up a bit for that to happen mate.. :)


4.) 10 May 2020 14:42:19
They ain't a million miles away mate, that type of attitude will catch u with ya pants down time don't stand still for no team .


5.) 10 May 2020 17:33:56
There actually something to the tune of 37 points away in the league and as illustrated above, have about 3 players in their starting lineup with the required quality to compete. I don’t have an attitude I’m just calling what I see. Should they halve that gap next season, then we can say they’re making the right progress but fact remains they are poor at the moment and aren’t enough of a pull for the required quality and have an inept manager in charge.


6.) 11 May 2020 18:09:01
Hailstones, Neville talks a whole lot of rubbish and has been proven wrong on so many levels regarding the LFC/ Utd comparisons that anyone still listening to him needs their heads checked. Remember when he said a few years ago that Utd would win the PL before LFC did? Remember when he was "lecturing" Klopp to discard the CL and focus on the PL charge last season? And those are just two of the "beauties" he has spouted about and been royally debunked. I know the guy has a platform and wants his team to win BUT he should know when to keep quiet.


 

 

09 May 2020 18:50:53
I see donny van de beek is free too leave ajax, he would b a great signing and a good fit with how we play and his character as a player perfect for us .


1.) 09 May 2020 20:40:11
I think he’s a cracking player Hail. When everyone was drooling over Ziech and de jong, I thought Donny was the don of that young exciting Ajax team.


2.) 09 May 2020 21:57:08
I too have always rated him he has that energy, tenacity an quality that has become famous with our team an manager . He would be a super smart addition but his price might be high, it will be interesting too see what prices are in the transfer market with all this going on prices might drop and bargains could be snaffled.


3.) 10 May 2020 11:08:29
I've not seen any of him what role would he play and who would he replace/ rotate with?


4.) 10 May 2020 14:46:06
Check him on youtube, energetic all round player with quality passing ability and shooting, but can get in the box on the end of things arriving in the box at the right time, he is a klopp type player good fighting spirit about him .


5.) 11 May 2020 18:10:29
Youtube made Stewart Downing look like Lionel Messi, according to the "Brain" Damien Comolli. Seriously tho, Van Der Beek seems to be off to Real Madrid except something changes.


 

 

02 May 2020 10:05:45
I have heard we won't be spending much due too lost revenue is this accurate? . Also if we want too stay at the top we simply need too spend, the likes of man united look like they gearing up too spend an other rivals, I hope we are not slack of the mark in the transfer window.

{Ed002's Note - As I have explained, the immediate focus will be to find a way to pay the debts that will be falling due in June. Liverpool are not a cash rich club so, with the uncertainty, they will need to be careful.}


1.) 02 May 2020 10:49:53
That just goes too show why we will never dominate, as other teams can spend an get stronger . It's crazy too think how well we have been doing 2 successive champ league finals winning one, practically winning league this season yet we have too tread carefully, are other teams in same boat? E. g man city, man united, chelsea, Leicester, etc.

{Ed002's Note - Plenty of teams are in the same position as Liverpool.}


2.) 02 May 2020 13:17:16
ffs, even a global pandemic that will critically damage some club's finances doesn't put off the critics telling the clubs to spend spend spend.


3.) 02 May 2020 13:48:08
It's not a critique and I ain't saying spend spend spend, we never signed anyone but kids last summer then got minamino in winter window, it wouldn't be unfair too say as good as the squad is we can get stronger and if we want too stay there intelligent money should be spent not ludicrous amounts .


4.) 02 May 2020 15:33:45
I don’t understand this post, first you say we have to spend because other clubs will be spending big, then you say we have to spend intelligently, that has always been the case. Do you think that other clubs will be spending huge amounts when the transfer window opens? This pandemic will affect every single club, very few clubs will be able to spend lots of money. We are lucky we have such a good team already.


5.) 02 May 2020 16:14:40
We can’t spend what we don’t have ffp keeps it all on a level field nealry every club is the same! It is what it is!


6.) 02 May 2020 17:06:40
Think we need to be sensible here lads
For me to spend money when we don’t need to is silly
Also the fact we spent nothing last season really in terms of major transfers comes into play, also we have players to sell in shaq and lovren and out of contract players like clyne and Adam Lallana so we have room to move wages wise as well
I think we won’t spend a lot unless we move players on first but the club know you stand still you go backwards but also you spend too freely you end up in danger
Sponsorship wise we do ok also so we will be fine lads don’t worry.


7.) 02 May 2020 18:31:38
OP, are you just looking for a way to bash the club for being prudent? As Ed02 said, many other clubs are in the same boat as we are so how are the going to be able to spend more and get stronger if they are all in the same boat, exactly? Ridiculous.

Clubs are staring down the barrel of cutting spending due to a lack of matchday income, advertising and so on. Also as Ed02 has said, the bills and payment commitments will come due very soon and those guys (banks, payments for transfer fees for players already signed) are not going to care about all this Pandemic stuff cos they need their money too. This is why the PL cannot be voided nor just postponed indefinitely.


8.) 02 May 2020 20:20:14
I just want too know if financially what type of situation we are in compared too our rivals after this unprecedented situation, as FFP wise we were flying, deals getting made, winning champs league, not spending last summer, we seemed to really be getting it together on an off, it seems man united, Chelsea, man city gearing up too spend too get better.


9.) 02 May 2020 22:48:57
No change there then, we haven’t spent big since Ali.


10.) 03 May 2020 15:57:27
@hailstones

I'm not sure how much Man City are going to be able to spend due to FFP. They have the highest net spend in Europe and have are appealing against a potential Champions League ban.

I wouldn't be worrying too much about our financial situation compared to others. We've been getting good fees for our outgoing players and have been doing well in Europe, along with spending very little last season. The current financial situation will certainly be eating into whatever transfer budget we had though.

I'd be more worried if I was an Arsenal fan. They're spending money (which Ed002 says that they don't have) and letting everyone leave on free transfers when they can't sort their contracts out. Their most valuable asset is a 30 year old with a year left on his contract and they have a now fringe player on £350,000 a week. I'd be worried if that was us.


 

 

 

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20 May 2020 14:19:23
Same could be said of paul glatze, he looks like he also has real potential.


 

 

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28 Apr 2020 14:21:12
You naughty potato, you should be made into a hash brown.


 

 

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17 Apr 2020 12:38:04
Then why are we on a site called liverpool transfer rumours, because of speculation and it begs a question "is any part of it true "


 

 

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16 Apr 2020 18:47:43
It's on metro and Yahoo an others just thought I would get confirmation that its crap.

{Ed002's Note - Welcome Tete then.}


 

 

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16 Apr 2020 18:45:39
Various sites online ed, I don't believe we are signing someone til they wearing the shirt, but I suppose I was asking too see if there is any interest.

{Ed002's Note - I am astonished people think Liverpool are looking to add Tete. But a nice cheap Salah replacement I guess.}


 

 

 

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19 May 2020 18:38:51
Should of signed anelka, one that got away we had him then settled for diouf.


 

 

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17 May 2020 19:07:29
Hello aray1969, you hit the nail on the head and that's what got me thinking, as I watched that game yesterday it was weird and eerie. I wonder how the players feel on the pitch will it help or hinder, will it help away team or less pressure it is crap but we had prob best get used too it . Be interesting too see klopp on touchline he won't have anyone too rev up and probably hear everything he says .


 

 

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15 May 2020 10:49:13
Trent and robertson are very important too how we play, they have revolutionized there positions and shown how important that position can be in general.


 

 

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10 May 2020 14:46:06
Check him on youtube, energetic all round player with quality passing ability and shooting, but can get in the box on the end of things arriving in the box at the right time, he is a klopp type player good fighting spirit about him .


 

 

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10 May 2020 14:42:19
They ain't a million miles away mate, that type of attitude will catch u with ya pants down time don't stand still for no team .