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25 Mar 2019 16:03:02
Afternoon Ed’s.
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{Ed002's Note - This is the Liverpool page, try the page of his club or one of the clubs trying to buy him - but not Liverpool.}

25 Mar 2019 13:43:43
Hello eds. Not LFC related but would still like to hear your views on it ed2.

Cardiff are apparently refusing to honour the Sala transfer fee, supposedly claiming it's non-binding.
It was very much common cause that the deal was completed. Sala was travelling to (physically) join up with his new club when sad tragedy befell him.

So in what scenario would Cardiff be able to legally cop out of this one? Do they have a case here or they just clutching at straws? Is there a precedent for something like this.

I appreciate that without knowing the details of the contract we'd be speculating, but would still like your comments.
Thanks.

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{Ed002's Note - The submission for the TMS had been made but there were details to be sorted out with The FA. They had already insured the player and the player had an agreement to complete the transfer. As far as I am concerned Cardiff are already in breach of their contract and they are acting very distirbingly.}

25 Mar 2019 15:54:46
Surely there will be some kind of insurance in place to cover the fee Ed002? If yes then why all the fuss? If no then that sounds like a massive cock-up.

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{Ed002's Note - There is a disparity in the insurance of what I understand to be less than £4M but future costs will go up. Clubs should not behave this way.}

25 Mar 2019 10:18:24
Congrats to young Curtis Jones getting the player of the tournament award with England over the weekend. Can be guilty of overplaying at times but he's a big talent.

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25 Mar 2019 12:59:31
Hopefully he will mature well and simplify his game and learn when too play with more risk, sounds easy but hardest thing too master, if his head is right and he has motivation dedication and heart fingers crossed could be very valuable.

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25 Mar 2019 14:12:59
Should be a solid player once he's matured and learnt to manage games better with his decisions.

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Review Of The Day 25th March 2019

25 Mar 2019 07:29:01
{Ed's Note - Ed001 has posted a new article entitled, Review Of The Day 25th March 2019

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25 Mar 2019 08:35:27
Thank you Ed001, a great read as always!

I could believe when I read about Schaer, in fact I read it a couple of times in yesterday's paper to make sure I had it right! How utterly negligent by both teams!

Also read about Real Salt Lake, what a bunch of muppets!

There's no cal (zone) for that sort of nonsense in the professional game.

If they were my local team they'd get a pizza my mind.

They should concentrate on the game and make sure they crowd out the midfield so their opponents don't have mushroom.

Then they may get the opportunity to pepper (oni) the opposition goal with shots.

I'll leave it there and let others pick up the baton ;-) :D.

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{Ed001's Note - *groan*}

25 Mar 2019 09:00:11
That would be a cheesy, herby garlic baton 😉😂.

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25 Mar 2019 09:35:56
Good read Ed001 mate, I am not surprised by the 'shirtgate' saga given that Nike would be seriously averse to losing Barcelona as a sponsee given they sell more than 1.25million shirts every year whereas. PSG barely get 0.5million sales. even us, Chelsea and Arsenal do more than PSG in shirt sales. On top of this Nike has been losing out in sponsorship deals to Adidas - which must hurt them. That said, I'm glad it came over loud-and-clear in your piece that PSG remain a model of ego-driven, cliquey smugness that would make a big deal out of a self-created (and given) title that has no bearing on anything whatsoever. Very good read mate.

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{Ed001's Note - I get that PSG sell less shirts, but Barca and PSG are very closely allied with Nike and are very unlikely to consider a move to another manufacturers.

And yes, PSG are an embarrassment.}

25 Mar 2019 10:37:23
Thanks very much Ed, have a great day mate.

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{Ed001's Note - very welcome mate, you too.}

25 Mar 2019 16:15:03
There should actually be severe punishment dished out for the sort of negligence shown for both Schaer and his Georgian counterpart. Utterly ridiculous to allow them to play after such a serious clash of heads. I fgind it difficult to believe considering the popularity of the game, not to mention the money slushing around in it, how backward football is at times. Why do you think football seems to be lagging so far behind when it comes to issues like this Ed?

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{Ed001's Note - I really don't know or understand it mate. It is bizarre.}

25 Mar 2019 17:26:10
Just read on BBC Sport that Headway (brain injury charity) want UEFA to launch an investigation into the incident.

Good, I hope it leads to punishment for both FAs.

Sport should kill.

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25 Mar 2019 06:41:04
I’m in Disneyland Paris. I took my girls to a lunch where all of the princesses walk around while you’re eating and have photos and sign autographs for the kids. Just as my eldest was waiting for Ariel, a man walks past and I give him a nod, he nods back and I stand up to help him through with his baby in his arms. He thanks me and we chat for a moment, he promises to beat Utd in the quarters and moves on without being noticed by anyone at all. Luis Suarez. Couldn’t believe it.

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25 Mar 2019 07:26:39
Lucky that you came away unscathed I would say.

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25 Mar 2019 07:42:58
Are you sure that was his kid and not a take-out?

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25 Mar 2019 08:43:09
Barnesybob. In the real life version of that event were you really that calm? Kudos to you my friend.

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25 Mar 2019 10:38:29
Ahhhh but I bet it cost you an arm and a leg eh mate ;) .

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25 Mar 2019 13:40:20
SGRed, post of the week!

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25 Mar 2019 14:30:30
great story barnesybob.

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25 Mar 2019 03:39:12
Ed001, hope you are doing well.

Would love your perspective on world footballs top 10 attacking (positionally) players right now? We all hear the various names banded about but would be a great read getting your perspective.

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{Ed001's Note - I do a Top 10s list every few weeks on different positions. You should be able to find them on our football news site here with a quick search. I remember doing the attacking mids one a while back (probably last season now) and getting pelters for mentioning James Maddison!}

25 Mar 2019 05:07:53
Awesome. Will check it out now.

Thanks Ed001.

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{Ed001's Note - welcome mate, should show up in a search for top 10 I hope.}

25 Mar 2019 02:34:13
Pirlo once revealed: "While at Milan, Ancelotti came to me and said "I want to sign Steven
Gerrard to play next to you in midfield - what do you think? Without any hesitation I told him "do it - go and sign him. At this stage he was probably the most complete midfield player in Europe. But Carlo told me Gerrard had given a very firm no, that his bond with Liverpool was unbreakable. At the time Milan were the
Champions of Europe and probably had the best team in the world. it says a lot about Gerrard's loyalty. ".

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25 Mar 2019 04:15:46
So he considered Chelsea instead.

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25 Mar 2019 05:05:15
What, to replace Kaka?

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24 Mar 2019 22:33:19
Double Dutch watch for any interested Reds.
Van Dijk and Wijnaldum came through the 2-3 defeat to Germany unscathed.
Both had reasonable games, VVD captained his side and was steady rather than spectacular. A touch casual for Gnabry's goal however.
Gini was his usual busy self, seems to get forward more for his national team.

De Ligt gets mentioned regularly on our pages. Not bad, scored with a towering header. He doesn't have Joe Gomez' pace or skill though. No way will he get in the first team ahead of Gomez imo.
The Dutch often revert to a back 3, with their RB Dumfries more advanced than Blind over at LB. Consequently De Ligt moves over more to the right, VVD central and Blind left centre. Most of Germany's attacks were focused down the Dutch right hand side. Sane and Gnabry interchanged and both looked dangerous running at De Ligt and the space behind Dumfries, especially in the first half.
So much so, it looked like Big Virgil swapped with De Ligt and went right towards the end of the first half?
Memphis, up front, played well and was the fulcrum of the Dutch threat.
Again, though, hard to see him get in our team ahead of Salah and Mane.

A decent match, all told. I'd fancy England to do well against either side, on that evidence.

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25 Mar 2019 10:12:38
Shame the left back isn’t called Galloway.

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25 Mar 2019 13:41:57
Redinthewrongway, 2nd best post of the week!

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24 Mar 2019 17:57:43
Sweet Jesus will this break never end!

Climbing the walls here.

Any chance of a article Eds 01, anything to pass the time please?

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{Ed001's Note - not tonight mate, got a houseful.}

24 Mar 2019 18:43:01
Dear Ed001,

Would it be possible when you have time to write a match review for the 2005 champions League final? Would be great to see how you would rate our players during our fantastic night. Feel free to decline as I know you're very swamped with a million article requests already!

Thanks.

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{Ed001's Note - ok mate added it to the to do list. Will be difficult watching it again without getting caught up in the moment. I have seen the highlight videos many times since, but never sat and watching it in full since and I was so caught up at the time I don't think I properly watched it at the time.}

24 Mar 2019 19:53:34
Oh, that's a great suggestion Taurus. Absolutely brillian idea. I'd love to read that.

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24 Mar 2019 22:29:48
Thanks Ed001. You are a saint! And thank you Stone.

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24 Mar 2019 22:51:54
Seconded and thirded. 👍.

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25 Mar 2019 07:48:26
Ed, by the power of greyskull, drop everything and do that review, give it a page of its own on the site, so all may stop by and offer up their praise and thanks. Top top suggestion.

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{Ed001's Note - showing your age there, using Greyskull! You must be old!!!!!}

25 Mar 2019 10:43:02
I'm with aome and taurus, this would be a fantastic read Ed, looking real forward to that.

I want to watch the whole thing again now. My boy has followed in my footsteps and is Liveroool through and through, I keep meaning to put the full game on for him but so far it's only been highlights.

To hear your side of it would be really interesting. I used to have it on dvd but god knows where that's gone now.

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24 Mar 2019 17:13:01
Ed do you no if the Ox and Gomez are expected to be for and available for next weekend V Spurs? And if they are fully fit would you play them.

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{Ed001's Note - I don't know at the moment, last I heard Ox was not expected to be fit for anything this season other than a cameo or two. Gomez was expected to be ready but I don't know if anything has changed been a bit busy last few days setting up a bday party here for a Salah family party tonight, so I won't be about much for the next few hours sorry.}

24 Mar 2019 17:35:39
You’re related to Salah, Ed1? Wow!

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{Ed001's Note - hahaha no me mate is a Salah.}

24 Mar 2019 17:38:33
Ok mate cheers Ed. I thought Klopp said Ox will be 100% fit after the international break. I thought it was a bit optimistic. A Salah family party mate? 🤔.

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{Ed001's Note - yes mate.}

24 Mar 2019 17:53:53
Even if both players were fit neither would start. Ox hasn’t played first team football for almost a year and Gomez has played for over 3 months.

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24 Mar 2019 18:29:59
Ed, who is a Salah?

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{Ed001's Note - my mate here is.}

24 Mar 2019 20:11:16
Klopp said ox will be 100% fit, ready for full training etc, anyone expecting anything more than some sub appearances between now and the end of the season will be disappointed. There's a big difference between fully fit and match fit, And after 12 months out and 40 odd mins with the u23s anyone expecting him to start against spurs needs there heads read,

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25 Mar 2019 10:44:48
Hope you and Salah (me, let's confuse everybody ;) ) had a great time mate.

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{Ed001's Note - what about your other alter ego aoe? Don't leave yourself out mate!}

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