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23 Sep 2019 07:24:07
Morning Ed002.

Read this morning that we paid City a £1m compensation fee for allegedly accessing their data base ( scout 7 ) back in 2012.

Premier league to further investigate maybe?

{Ed002's Note - It was closed out at the time and an agreement was signed by both clubs to close the matter when Liverpool paid. Since then Liverpool has continued to buy off other clubs when they have been caught tapping up players (including a payment made less than two years ago to another EPL side), when fans attacked the coach of Manchester City, the coach driver, etc.. You can add the ban and compensation paid when they wrecked the career of a youngster to that as well, and of course grovelling apologies to clubs for their constant illegal approaches to players.}

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23 Sep 2019 07:55:29
With the collapse of Thomas Cook announced this morning, I'm wondering what will happen with all the match day hospitality breaks, and perhaps European aways, that fans have booked with them?

{Ed002's Note - They will have to seek compensation from their insurance or credit card companies in the first instance.}

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23 Sep 2019 07:11:47
NEW CONTRACT FOR MATIP A MUST!

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22 Sep 2019 23:13:06
Hi Eds,

Just a random name but what do you think of Harvey Barnes at Leicester. Think he would make a decent James Milner/ Adam Lallana replacement.

{Ed001's Note - why would a winger be any kind of replacement for those two?}

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22 Sep 2019 19:37:14
Evening eds n reds,

Great result against a good opposition which leads me onto my thoughts.

Do you think we are seeing an end to the so called 'big 6'

Liverpool and Man city i think we all agreed have carried on from last year, in our case getting even better. but the other four ( utd, chelsea, arsenal, spurs) have all seemingly gone backwards.

Yes i know its early days. I can't think that any of those who we see as just behind the big 6, the likes of Everton, West ham etc that are exactly ripping it up.

A 'natural cycle' is a term i here, or do you think us and City are that good, or do you think by the end of the season we will see the usual suspects at the top.

Rambling now over, looking forward to our 3 nil win againt sheff utd.

Cheers all.

{Ed001's Note - only West Ham and possibly Leicester look capable of challenging, so probably not. Leicester will get Brendaned and throw away points and just one club breaking in is hardly a changing of the guard.}

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22 Sep 2019 21:02:43
Chelsea will be fine, mainly inconsistent early on but think they will push for top four, Arsenal and united will likely have a bounce when they change managers. As for the others, they should see it as a huge opportunity to potentially get European football. If one of them can put a good run or results together there in with a shot.
I wouldn’t say it’s the end of the top 6 though, their resources alone outweigh the majority of the league. There just struggling to keep up with city which is making the gap in quality look huge,

22 Sep 2019 21:32:43
I don’t get all this ‘Lampard has one arm tied behind his back’ narrative though.
Chelsea have blown tens of millions, actually probably hundreds of millions, on duff strikers, got about three complete sides out on loans, and were still able to bring in one of Europe’s most sought-after young players in Pulisic, and Kovacic from Madrid, in the Summer window.
I will concede that they’ve been unlucky with injuries.
Add Rudiger and Hudson-Odoi in to their side today and that’s definitely a top 4 team.
But it will be interesting to see if Chelsea’s hierarchy hold Lampard and his aides to the same rigorous standards as his predecessors.

22 Sep 2019 13:59:25
Ed01 can you make a profile on kai harvertz?

{Ed001's Note - added him to the list for you mate.}

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21 Sep 2019 22:04:13
Question for edd001, what do you think of ruben neves? Do you think he would do well at liverpool? Cheers.

{Ed001's Note - he is an excellent player but not really suited to the way we play.}

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21 Sep 2019 17:39:45
Just watched the Spurs game and Aurier had a goal ruled out by VAR because Son was offside in the build up. The linesman didn’t flag even after the goal went in so he wasn’t keeping his flag down to appease VAR. VAR then took over a minute zooming in and measuring the pitch to see if Son was offside, which they then said he was, by MILLIMETRES. Now I’m confused, over the past few weeks we’ve been told VAR will only intervene when there has been a clear and obvious error! To me, a player being I missing something here?

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21 Sep 2019 18:18:37
For offsides the rule is slightly different as they feel its black and white. However they have to first find when the ball was first played then check to see if they can put lines on the pitch to check for offside.
As I've said in an earlier post, they should let the linesman flag as previous, with the ref deciding whether to blow his whistle, I. e. if it looks like an immediate goal scoring opportunity let it play out. Then have a time limit of say 20 seconds. If it isn't clear give the benefit to the officials similar to umpires call in cricket.

21 Sep 2019 18:29:02
I pressed send too early, what it was supposed to say was ‘to me, a player not being flagged offside when he is a couple of millimetres offside isn’t clear and obvious error’! VAR needs to be more consistent because so far, it seems referees are just winging it and VAR is only intervening when they feel like it!

22 Sep 2019 00:11:55
I feel like a tart I don’t understand half these offside shouts. l🤦🏻‍♂️ Then waiting for a email from Downing Street to say yay or nay. Sunday league going to be mayhem.

 


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