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22 Sep 2020 09:20:32
Had been a fantastic window so far from Football angle. I am almost certain we will go into market for a centre back.
If DC is a too target, I think we will get him.

The window can then only be enhanced with outgoing.
I am keen to see the following gone to balance the book:
1. Wilson
2. Grujic
3. Origi
4. Gini
5. Nat Philip (of Matip if we can get better money and if we get DC)

I do hope we keep Shaq and Brewster.
Shaq has much more quality and Brewster potential.
But I would think a first half season loan for Brewster would be good since we are not having that many games as yet.

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1.) 22 Sep 2020 09:42:43
I really don't understand why so many people want rid of Origi.

You'd keep Shaqiri ahead of Origi? each to their own of course mate but I don't quite get that.


2.) 22 Sep 2020 09:56:16
Before the C. V outbreak, Eds said that Sevilla wanted €75m in a single payment for Diego Carlos. I don't think that stance would change much significantly so maybe he wouldn't be attainable this window.

Also I wasn't convinced by him whatsoever in the EL. His partner Kounde looked better and is much younger.

So actually I would love for you to sign DC for that huge amount and then prove to be not as good as Gomez lol.


3.) 22 Sep 2020 10:49:19
I'm not sure if Origi would get many minutes this season. Last season with all his minutes added up he only played around 9 games in the league and with Minamino appearing to be ahead of him and Jota signed i think those minutes would continue to decrease.


4.) 22 Sep 2020 11:28:55
Because Origi is the worst player in our squad. Legend for the goals he has scored the last 2 seasons and cult hero but clearly clearly not good enough for Liverpool.


5.) 22 Sep 2020 11:22:32
Origi has scored big goals in big moments. He was a very important player in our CL win. Especially considering he wasn’t playing regularly, to be able to step up like that is huge!

Honestly, people will miss him when he’s gone. Replacing a player like that, who can perform when needed and be decisive in games despite being on the bench most of the time, is very difficult.


6.) 22 Sep 2020 11:35:20
I would keep Shaq over Origi if I had to pick one, yeah. We've got Jota now as a LF/ CF so Shaq is more useful to cover the right side while Elliot is coming through. Elliot even reminds me of Shaq. In a year's time then we can sell Shaq and Elliot will be more ready. This is also why we don't need Sarr now and I don't believe for a minute we'll sign him this window.


7.) 22 Sep 2020 14:19:17
My thoughts exactly Jurgen Meister, Shaq provides more needed cover on the right and I don't really rate origi on the wings tbh. It's not to say he's not a good footballer, just that we've got better players in his position imo.


8.) 22 Sep 2020 18:58:52
"Because Origi is the worst player in our squad". BigVirg, make up your mind. You say this about Origi (which is utter rubbish, IMO) while at the same time, call him a Legend for scoring big goals in big games. You are aware that you cannot be the worst player in a squad and be a legend at the same time. So which is it? It definitely cannot be both.


 

 

 

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28 Jan 2022 16:30:23
@spaceman, Comparing LFC 5 with Man C?
Well, Salah is a class above all of Man C 5.
Man C 5 are all more useful than Bobby, even if only slightly.
Meaning, Salah is no.1 and Bobby is no. 10.
I would take any of the Man C 5 over Bobby (maybe not so much for Jesus) .

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28 Jan 2022 09:47:29
then we would probably buy 2 forwards?
Note shedding tears over bobby. All good things come to an end, and he is looking less and less likely to be good enough consistently.
Mane is different. Still contributing. Maybe another 2 good years, which will give time for new players to adapt.

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28 Jan 2022 09:14:46
Ed666, why is Mane gone a foregone conclusion?
I would think that Firmino is a foregone conclusion?
Unless we sell both.

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22 Nov 2021 13:57:12
Ed02, how is replacing Sterling with Kane a rebuild?
Sterling 26, and Kane 28?

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18 Oct 2021 15:14:09
I am impressed with Rice too.
He keeps, carries and distributes the ball excellently.
Better than Gini for sure.
Not the same kind of player as Fab.
Probably more of a Henderson replacement.

The thing is, I have been looking at midfielders in every team and see which can improve Liverpool. Ty
Despite the constant criticism of Liverpool midfield, there aren't that many better I would take.
If you consider KDB, for sure he will improve the team.
Otherwise, I think Rice will do a job (far better than Phillips) .

And we truly miss Gerrard.
If the current team has a Gerrard, we will indisputably the best team in the world.

waynechai

{Ed0666's Note - Rice is a superb player goes about his work in an efficient and effective manner and would certainly be a worthy successor to Hendo. The midfield player I would take is Ndombele if Bissouma has been a naughty boy. That fella is mercurial. Lord knows what position he plays because he’s everywhere.


 

 

 

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06 Jun 2017 04:08:24
Good point.
In an ideal world, I would love to have 2 new full backs.
One in each flank.
It is a pity that Moreno doesn't work out, Clyne not the kinds of full back we need, and Milner has his shortcoming.
And TAA in my opinion is also not quite there yet.
I would probably sell Clyne and Moreno, with Milner and TAA as back up.

P. S. thought Moreno should have been more a chance against the lesser team, ahead of Milner, and see if that's what we need, that is speed, a bit more skill going forward and ability to go to the byline and cutback or crosses. Now we never know.

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03 May 2017 06:23:46
When did ed001 called Clyne a weak link? I missed that, but it echoed my thoughts exactly. Even Milner outshone Clyne as a fullback, and that said a lot.

He see a lot fight balls going forward, but has done precious nothing with it, no taking it to the byline and cross, and in facet the less said about his crossing the better.
Had not seen him being a menace on the ball like a Johnson was.

I have seen many goals (and ed, your footage will help) where crosses come in from the left, or second ball falling into our right, that Clyne is not tracking an incoming attacker.

The one plus point about Clyne is his fitness though, as in he seldom get injured.

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{Ed001's Note - he is very quick and strong as well.}