27 Jan 2018 19:16:59
I know it's still a bit off but I was wondering if Liverpool made it to the semi final of the FA cup and were drawn against Spurs, would the game still take place at Wembley which would surely be a unfair advantage to Spurs? Just wondering what the Ed's think?

{Ed002's Note - It would be moved.}

1.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 19:40:55
Would it actually? Id rather it be played at Wembley, more of a day out - equal fan allocation too.

2.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 19:59:11

3.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 20:14:04
Semi final lol🙈 Not the way we defend, worse I've seen in a long time watching Liverpool.

4.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 20:34:02
You are right. Our defence is beyond words. shocking that Klopp is unable to fix it. Oh Liverpool! We need Devine help. Klopp is not the coach for us! I am sorry. It’s clear that Matip is useless but keeps on fielding him.

5.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 21:02:57
AA has been a liability today.

6.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 21:11:14
Maybe it's time for midfield for Alexander Arnold.

7.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 21:16:04
Semi final?! 😂😂😂😂.

8.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 21:47:27
Another bad day. Should we continue to be patient with Klopp? That’s a question all Fans of Liverpool should now start asking themselves. Pls it’s time to stop deluding ourselves.

9.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 21:53:22
How is Wembley an advantage?

10.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 22:01:20
Hailstones, couldn’t be as bad as Wiji, worth a shot.

11.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 22:11:06
Get a grip Rafa!
First home loss in 9 months, wow!

12.) 27 Jan 2018
27 Jan 2018 22:11:34
I think Liverpool fans have to be honest with themselves and stop hibernating in dreams. It’s a simple question.

Would another coach had won this match with the same players on the field?

If the answer is yes then we are obviously facing a tactical issue. It’s as simple as that. I seriously think this is precisely the question that the Liverpool leadership will be asking themselves this evening.

I also think that the leadership have acceded to much powers to Klopp. His word is final. Wise old men always maintain that “power corrupts absolute power corrupts absolutely.

The vulture is a patient bird but it strikes when least expected! Time to reflect on Mr Klopp’s tenure and ask difficult and uncomfortable questions. Disappointed fan!

13.) 28 Jan 2018
28 Jan 2018 14:04:33
We are currently 4th in the league and any other season would be right in the title chase so I think it’s time for a bit of perspective. We are not the team from the 80s and 90s who swept all before them. We are currently one of the top 6 teams in the premiership who on there day can beat anybody but on a off day can lose to anybody. Yes our defence was very poor again but these things happen in football. Who would have thought Man City would concede 4 against us. I can’t see us getting a better manager than Klopp who can improve us beyond where we have been performing. We will hopefully sort out are goalkeeping situation in the summer, until then get behind the team and manager.