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14 Jan 2019 07:49:02
Morning Ed002.

Was thinking, if Salah and his representatives are / have been attempting to engineer a move away, are the owners and those running the club not aware of this? Surely they must be, I'd be astonished if they weren't

If so, are they making provisions to replace him in the Summer? One can say the summer is a long way off but replacing someone like Salah will require some work. As we all know if a player wants to leave and there is an opportunity they will.

Cheers.

Drogie

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of Salah doing anything specific, and his representative can speak to whomever they wish - it is no different from another players agent talking with Liverpool, Arsenal or anything else. I am not aware of any club looking to buy Salah in the summer at this time - it was seemingly a begging activity which would see Salah's future opportunities removed if Real Madrid were to buy the forwards they are looking at. Right now, I would not worry too much.}


1.) 14 Jan 2019 08:17:25
Thanks Ed002.


2.) 14 Jan 2019 11:48:17
Seriously Edd 002, an extremely well balanced answer, to a much too frequently and unoriganal question.

{Ed002's Note - It is simply the situation as I understand it right now.}


3.) 14 Jan 2019 18:53:32
Hey Dorgie, how did you manage to get 3 thumbs down for saying Thank You!

Gosh there are some lemons on here.


4.) 14 Jan 2019 19:31:31
If we analyse the way a thank you is delivered, we can start to ascertain why people may deliver a 'thumbs down'.

In years gone by, it was accepted that a nod, a tip of ones bowler hat or, as people expressed themselves more liberally, even a wink would be enough to acknowledge appreciation.

As times passed, expressing gratitude, evolved into a verbal exchange using the words 'thank you', which became shortened to 'thanks' or 'cheers'.

However, in this digital age, things developed further, with people going all out in expressing their appreciation. Phrases like 'Totes amazing', or wholly over the top comments meant that simply 'thanks' was of a bygone age.

So there we have it, I suspect the thumbs down was a result of vegan millenials passing by on their digital device and not recognising this more traditional way of expressing gratitude.

If you have read this far, then you a totes amazing and a far more superior being than me. I hereby tip my hat to you. Thanks.

That should have covered everything and everyone there.


5.) 14 Jan 2019 20:03:33
Boobybf post of the week.


6.) 14 Jan 2019 21:53:32
Grazi Mille.

ありがとう

do jeh, daw- dyeh

Danke sehr.
Khop Khun Mak Kha.


7.) 15 Jan 2019 01:33:56
Great reply BobbyF!
👍.


8.) 15 Jan 2019 12:58:37
Drogie - taking it to new and more cultural levels! I am impressed.


9.) 15 Jan 2019 17:47:19
Post of the week? This should be a mandatory read for anyone entering this site. brilliant bobby f. Oh and 'merci beaucoup'


10.) 15 Jan 2019 20:56:25
Gracias billynwa!

My new favourite poster.


 

 

04 Jan 2019 16:11:18
Solanke is a done deal -£19m.

Drogie

1.) 04 Jan 2019 16:25:07
£19 million for someone who has potential. nuts but fair play to Edwards for getting that much for him. particularly if there’s a sell on fee/ first option clause in it.

{Ed0333's Note - Micheal Edwards has played a blinder, well done that man.


2.) 04 Jan 2019 16:34:48
A couple of people on here were saying that the Solanke deal to Palace falling through the other day was a disaster, they’ll be eating humble pie now.


3.) 04 Jan 2019 16:58:51
Getting clyne surely had to be an incentive for them paying over the odds for Solanke, it made little sense for us to move him on otherwise. If that’s the case then it’s still a good deal.


 

 

29 Dec 2018 20:08:34
The Echo have reported the club could be open to a more lucrative sponsor with either Nike or Adidas, any truth in this?

Drogie

1.) 29 Dec 2018 20:43:57
I have read they are attempting to get 75m per season with New Balance Adidas Nike and Puma all mentioned as potential providers of the kit. It does seem we need to maximise our selling point to help Klopp delivery success on the pitch.


2.) 29 Dec 2018 22:24:29
There have been reports that Liverpool are looking for a record deal with NB. To be honest I really like the kits we’ve had with NB. I think the Nike kits are hideous.


3.) 30 Dec 2018 09:33:34
Barcelona supposedly has a deal for £140 Million per year with Nike (ManU are at £75 Million per year already, with Adidas) . That's the standard to beat. I like the New Balance kits. Hope we can continue with improved terms.


4.) 31 Dec 2018 07:01:57
I like Adidas but let's not forget that they dumped us when weren't so successful. Not entirely their fault because we underachieved and didn't have CL football for some time. Warrior/ NB came along and gave us a good deal. They came to us when we were down, so it would be nice to have them when we are on the up. The question is, we're not here to do charity and neither are they. It is a business opportunity for both sides. So, whoever stumps up the cash, will get the deal and hopefully the money will be invested wisely to strengthen the team further. So, be it Adidas, Nike or NB. as long as they pay us well, that will be good enough. But I understand the concerns about Adidas/ Nike kits which are usually carbon copies of other teams bar the team colors and logo.


5.) 02 Jan 2019 16:03:45
New balance kits have been good, wouldn't mind staying with them :)

DAPred makes a fair point also.


 

 

03 Dec 2018 19:32:21
Looks like we have a couple of doubts for Weds against Burnley- Robbo, dead leg and Mané- foot.

Drogie

1.) 03 Dec 2018 20:35:36
Oh no, this means Moreno, we're doomed ☹️.


2.) 03 Dec 2018 20:49:03
What next, oh yeah, I stepped on a piece of lego! so I won't be fit I'm afraid ;) . Bloody dead leg lol come on Robbo shake it off lad. I reckon he'll be fine, fingers crossed.


3.) 03 Dec 2018 21:04:05
Usually dead leg means could even be something worse, I mean come on a dead leg is ok in 15 minutes.


4.) 04 Dec 2018 11:12:31
A dead leg can knock a player out for a few days. Suffered from them during my playing days and can be nasty depending on how hard you get hit.


5.) 04 Dec 2018 16:12:35
A professional dead leg is different to the one your mate gave you as a kid hailstones.


 

 

17 Nov 2018 17:26:07
Hearing Gomez has travelled to the England camp with a slight Achilles issue, anyone else heard anything?!

Drogie

1.) 18 Nov 2018 14:40:37
Well he is a starter in their match vs Crotaia and so far he is hafing a decent first half. Maybe a false rumour you heard.


2.) 18 Nov 2018 18:40:44
Radio 5 live reporters it along with bbc sport mate.


3.) 19 Nov 2018 12:44:22
Likely he has been dealing with it for a while now. Achilles issues aren't normally a short term thing and it is just a case of managing the injury and game time throughout the season.


 

 

 

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10 Feb 2019 07:26:28
In an interview after the game, Robbo summmed up the Keita situation perfectly, especially having been there himself.

On Keita, who celebrates his 24th birthday on Sunday, Robertson continued: "He's young and he's had to take time. But if you look at all of us, Fabinho had to take time, me, Chambo.

"There's a kind of pattern emerging that you need to settle in and you need to learn the way to play and things like that"

Fabinho was also excellent yesterday, breaking up the play, not afraid the move the ball forward, his range of passing was really good too.

Drogie

1.) 10 Feb 2019 07:48:29
I'd add Firmino and Salah to the list of players Klopp has nurtured into becoming what they are now. Masterful player development.

{Ed0333's Note - I think every male Liverpool fans man crush has to be Kloppo I mean why not?


2.) 10 Feb 2019 12:07:37
Na, Tom Brady for me, not related to Liverpool but man crushes have no borders.


3.) 10 Feb 2019 08:08:00
Ok, mine has to be bobby, I just love him 😂😂.

{Ed0333's Note - you obviously have a tooth fetish mate 😬


4.) 10 Feb 2019 08:09:52
Kindly speak for yourself, Ed0333. I prefer the female variety for my crushes. But hey, to each his own. 😂.

{Ed0333's Note - like you wouldn’t submit to Klopp if he asked you to?..


 

 

04 Feb 2019 23:25:05
So I mentioned nerves and pressure could possible get to us when City played first and won. And got shot down.

I'm back at the hotel after the match and after what I saw tonight, along with the home game against Leicester, I feel I have point.

MK Scouser, what's your thoughts now matey?

Drogie

{Ed033's Note - I don't think Prince Adam will draw his sword and Knight you, if that's what you're after. :)


1.) 04 Feb 2019 23:59:15
Well you can’t include the Leicester game because City lost before that game.
I don’t think it’s City’s results that have created this pressure, I think it’s a loss of momentum from 2 defeats on the spin followed by a mini-break in Dubai. We’ve lost our cohesion.


2.) 05 Feb 2019 00:07:36
Drogie, I think that you have a point there mate, but we just have to hope that we can win a game or two, and get our confidence back, its plain to me that we have lost something over the last couple of games,
we def need our mojo back .


3.) 05 Feb 2019 00:09:17
I don’t know about mk, but imo it wasn’t nerves tonite it was our midfield. Too much space and lack of creativity, personally I would have replaced keita and lallana sooner with camacho and shaqiri but as a whole we didn’t do well tonite. The loss of gini and Hendo really hurt us, but hey on to the next one.


4.) 05 Feb 2019 00:32:24
I think you’re right about the midfield but creativity wasn’t the problem. We just emptied the midfield when attacking so got caught on the break too easily. That then caused a bit of caution when going forward because you’re always scared of them breaking which causes you to lose the ball even more. That’s where we miss Hendo his defensive positioning is first class so he stops those breaks before they start.
Going forward I think it’s just a lack of form from Bobby in particular. He is so integral to what we do that when he’s not playing well it all gets a bit disjointed. I lost count of how many times he gave the ball away tonight and it says something when Origi did more in 15 minutes than Bobby did in 75.
He’ll be back against Bournemouth though he’s a class act.


5.) 05 Feb 2019 00:40:12
Wolves battered West Ham. They were rubbish. If you want to win the league you had better make sure you are more than three points ahead by the time you play us on the last day of the season.


6.) 05 Feb 2019 00:53:34
Drogie you have a valid point as does Ron.

A few weeks back many on here were saying how great it was we had a 10 day break between games.
Clearly a lot of people on here do not have much analytical skills.

We have never come back as good or stronger after more than a 5 day break between games.

Klopp still does not have a plan B - either when plan A is not working or where he does not have his ideal players avilable for selection.

Momentum is lost in between breaks for us and that has come back on us now.

This second gear nonsense people were on about after the first half of the season has also been blown out of the water.

BTW; why pick Lalana?
Did he do anything signidicant?


7.) 05 Feb 2019 01:19:26
watching the first half, west ham were so open and there to be destroyed. bottled it is the only way to explain it and defensively we were terrible, a shambles. such a rubbish goal to concede just like leciester. but we did get an offside goal so karma i guess. i've always said keita can't be trusted defensively.

{Ed001's Note - you are such a clueless troll. West Ham were never open. They were quite the opposite.}


8.) 05 Feb 2019 01:33:04
I was going to write the exact same post, red kurd. I dread international breaks as we are never the same straight after. I think we would have put up more of a fight if we had Hendo and Gini instead of Llalana and Keita. Naby had a few good dribbles but not much end product whereas the only compliment i could give Llanana is that his ‘form’ has been consistent this season.


9.) 05 Feb 2019 02:19:31
Well, when you are down to your 3rd CB choice, a mid playing RB and 2 of our starting mids out I would say the creates a drop in play. Sure, nerves can be a part of it but injuries are just killing the cohesion. Remember when we complained about having that "industrial midfield"? Well, what I would give for an industrial midfield now because the lack control in the middle of the park is hurting g us big-time.


10.) 05 Feb 2019 03:02:14
You seems to have a great analytical skills yourself. Couple that with an ability to judge that a certain person doesn't have a Plan B or whatever, and seems to know lots more than others in here, I urge you to apply for the position instead. I'm sure you'll do wonders; maybe win the league after 20 odd games, or whatever!


11.) 05 Feb 2019 03:25:26
C'mon Roro West Ham didn’t have Arnautovic, Wilshere, Nasri, Yarmolenko, Sanchez, Balbuena, Reid and Lanzini

I think it's more to do w/ psychology mate, pelegrini is a fantastic manager who's known to play beautiful soccer but today parked the bus knowing very well we will be desperate to win after city results and took full advantage of it.

Think we need to remain calm coz it's a long season and there will be lots of twist and turns but there's no doubt we are feeling the pressure now .

Clubs and opposition know very well we are desperate/ going for the tittle once they could manage to shut the shop, 20-30 mins if we don't score then the pressure will wear us down tho.


12.) 05 Feb 2019 06:33:08
No planB? Ildis we just hit cliche corner?
This playing style this whole season has been a planB!


13.) 05 Feb 2019 06:46:00
Personally I think the biggest miss was Wijnaludim. For me he is easily the most underrated player in the squad. Yes Hendo, Gomez, Trent and Lovren are missed but we have still won games and played well when they haven’t played this season. Wijnaldum is the common denominator in this.


14.) 05 Feb 2019 06:57:39
We were poor, no excuses! But WH were brilliant I thought. Defended well, their midfield of Rice and Noble were superb. They executed their game plan brilliantly.


15.) 05 Feb 2019 11:24:32
There were times west ham could have easily been cut open in the first half but the players were never on the same wave length. everytime west ham attacked they made the right choices, we rarely did. Its like our team had never played together which is kinda true. Its the first time keita, fab and lallana all played together. we need our tried and trusted midfeild to play attacking football and also be safe at the back with their defensive duties. This match reminded me of arsenal away with fabinho in midfeild. He just easily gets bypassed when we are countered. Its the same problem man city have. Fernandinho struggles to track back. Maybe pep is now seeing this because he played Fernandinho in defence last match and went for a more mobile midfeild that can chase back when being countered. we really could have lost our last 2 matches and the blame for me would be on klopp for playing attacking football with fabinho who a can't track back, keita who is like a ghost and shaqiri who doesn't know what defence is. The midfield just hasn't existed the past 2 matches.


 

 

27 Jan 2019 12:17:41
Wednesday is going to be a massive test of character, City will undoubtedly beat Burnley on Tuesday to close the gap to 1point. So the ownus will now be on us to pull away again.

Drogie

1.) 27 Jan 2019 12:28:27
I thought they were playing the Toon?


2.) 27 Jan 2019 12:31:34
If City do beat Burnley on Tuesday it will surely be the most remarkable result in Premiership history.


3.) 27 Jan 2019 12:32:52
City don't play Burnley? They are away to Newcastle. I wouldn't put it past Rafa getting a result but I do think City will have enough as Newcastle have a lot of injuries.

I really don't see that it matters who plays first. These are elite players. They must be intelligent enough to know that everyone plays 1 game a week? I hate it when I see news reports saying "City cut the gap from 7 points to 4". Like, what are you talking about? The gap was 4 points and it's still 4 points. They've cut nothing 🤔

Klopp is a good enough manager to focus the players on one game at a time in my opinion.


4.) 27 Jan 2019 12:56:47
Meant Toon!
Elite or not, there is still a mental pressure MK mate.


5.) 27 Jan 2019 13:03:12
I just can't see how that is any special kind of mental pressure. If we were playing first, surely there is still mental pressure as we would assume City will thump whoever they play the next day?

The pressure is on to win every game regardless of who plays first because whoever finishes second this year will probably do so with a record number of points to not win the title. It's hard to word exactly what I mean by text.


6.) 27 Jan 2019 13:19:41
I predict right now we finish 2nd with 97 points. Save this.


7.) 27 Jan 2019 13:28:17
Yea this makes no sense Drogie, every game is massive now. We have to keep winning. It's going to take 100 points to win this league.


8.) 27 Jan 2019 13:49:01
LfcBeef, I'm inclined to agree. Be just our luck. We'll win every game except the two against Fulham and Huddersfield where Moreno will play to rest Robertson and he'll lash the ball into his own net.


9.) 27 Jan 2019 14:20:06
Every game is a final we have a very very tough match and we need to win.


10.) 27 Jan 2019 15:32:28
Every game has been a final since the season began, IMO and we have passed all of then bar one, with flying colors. This one will be no diff. in terms of approach. Keep the focus on 100% and all will be will. As for City? Couldn't be arsed what they do cos it won't matter one bit if we don't handle our own business.


11.) 27 Jan 2019 16:23:02
Agent rafa.


12.) 27 Jan 2019 17:58:17
Seems like Drogie is already succumbing to the mental pressure!


13.) 27 Jan 2019 19:04:29
I’ll give you that one smeg.


14.) 27 Jan 2019 19:38:00
Sorry but I couldn’t disagree more. We’re title contenders and as a fan you stick by your team. Irrespective of the quality of both sides there is nothing other than speculation as to who will take the trophy. We have a good enough team to win it and we’ve shown it thus far, keep the faith. YNWA is the phrase, stick with it :)


15.) 27 Jan 2019 20:21:38
Spot on, Run of the Milner. Hey Drogie, don't quit on us now, man. We need every single LFC fan to hold the line. Stay strong!


16.) 28 Jan 2019 03:53:52
Negative Red, you didn't mention that your brother Lfcfan 03beef had been released, he is nearly as cheeerful as you!


17.) 28 Jan 2019 07:11:57
Now now MK that’s unfair on Moreno 🤨

He only does that against Sevilla 🤝.


18.) 28 Jan 2019 08:43:15
The fact that LFC beef thinks if we finish 2nd with 97pts anyone is going to give a toss whether he predicted it or not 😂
Perhaps we can give him an open top bus parade if he gets it right! 😉.


19.) 28 Jan 2019 10:58:28
With snipers on the roof tops Bobby? 😄.


20.) 28 Jan 2019 12:31:55
I don't dare to dream. I think we will finish 2nd. on the bright side that's 4th 3rd 2nd (if it happens) and that's progress. Selfishly I'd like to go out of the ucl in the 1/ 4 finals. Let city lose the final, while we go after the league. Ucl is city priority, league is priority for us. I wouldn't mind losing to bayern actually

I'm still pretty confident we can do it.

Tbh we have z team capable of winning the league and the European Cup.


 

 

20 Jan 2019 18:04:33
If we manage to beat City to the title this season and it's a big if, it will be one hell of an achievement.

Watched the Huddersfield game and whilst they were always going to beat the Terriers, it's their bench that's full of talent!

Drogie

1.) 20 Jan 2019 19:19:59
Totally agree, simply put its the most expensive squad ever assembled in the Premier League. For anyone to go toe to toe with them takes some doing, but to keep up with City for goals scored is a hell of a task.

I know it's asking too much for people to see that Pep is painfully overrated, but it would be ever sweeter to see him finish without the PL or CL this season.


2.) 20 Jan 2019 19:36:27
Deep pockets allows them that.


3.) 20 Jan 2019 20:53:55
Has he ever managed a team without deep pockets. Yes he's a really good manager there's no question but I'd like to see him manage a team like Everton and see where he gets.


4.) 20 Jan 2019 21:42:14
Everton just bought Richarlison for £50mil and Sigurdsson for £40mil. They’ve got more money than sense!


5.) 20 Jan 2019 22:27:43
Pep couldn't achieve with our current group what klopp is but what klopp could achieve over there in scary.

{Ed0333's Note - that’s hypothetical mate. How do you know Pep couldn’t be top of the league with Liverpool’s squad?


6.) 20 Jan 2019 23:01:48
I LOVE Klopp however I have no doubt Pep would be successful wherever he goes he is simply the best manager in world right now. Don't get me wrong I wouldn't change klopp and he is up there which would make it even more or an achievement if we do make it to the promised land. Simply that city squad pound for pound is probably the best in the world.

{Ed0333's Note - Brendan Rogers takes umbrage at you calling pep the best coach in the world.


7.) 20 Jan 2019 23:11:03
Would or could Pep do what Rafa did and stay with a team through relegation and bring them back up again, on a limited budget?
He probably could, but I doubt he would.


8.) 20 Jan 2019 23:58:04
True dat Bobby 🤣🤣🤦🏻‍♂️.


9.) 21 Jan 2019 03:11:26
Yes Pep has had enormous funds at his disposal, but you still need to select the right sort of players, instill the club with a style of play and culture, deal with the egos etc.

I think Klopp is absolutely perfect for us but it’s not fair to say Pep wouldn’t have done well at Liverpool or to assume what he achieved last season was easy.


10.) 21 Jan 2019 03:24:00
Ah begs the question, would pep have settled for a 7 million pound lb from hull, Trent at rb, Gomez at cb, Milner/ hendo&wij in the middle.

Shaqiri and mahrez were both avaliable in the summer for pretty much the same role in the team. He splashed 70 mil on his super sub.

So if had of demanded better (at the time transfers) then he might be top of the league but not with the squad klopp has.

We can guarantee foden would be starting over there though with klopp!


11.) 21 Jan 2019 09:19:35
Not sure Pep would have taken the Dortmund job in 2008 when they were totally crap, a complete basket case the same way Klopp did and turned them into the most feared side in the Bundesliga and one of the most feared sides in Europe at the time. That I'm afraid, would never have happened. Also, not sure Pep would have taken the LFC job with the mess we were in after BR got the boot, the same way Klopp did and turned us into what we are today. That much is true.

Now does that mean Klopp is better than Pep? No. Does Pep achieving as much as he has with deep pockets mean he is better than Klopp? IMO, No. Why? Look at their beginnings. You cannot compare the two cos Klopp rose from the depths of Bundesliga 2 to get where he is while Pep grew up in the coaching ranks with a silver spoon in his mouth, managerially speaking. In that sense, I would take Klopp over Pep any day cos he fits what we are as a club and City: Grit, fight, determination working class attitude etc.


 

 

15 Jan 2019 17:50:49
Regarding the TAA injury, I posted on Saturday that he went down during the warm up clutching his leg.

Whilst we probably have enough cover, I thought it was quite irresponsible of him to carry on and play. You could see he was in some discomfort throughout. I also think that the medics should have stopped Trent from playing too.

Just my opinion of course.

Drogie

1.) 15 Jan 2019 18:28:24
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, he looked okay to me and played the full 90.


2.) 15 Jan 2019 18:52:13
Drogie, Hindsight intelligence means nothing PROVIDED you did not feel this way at the time he kept playing. If you did then fair play for being consistent. If you did not then like I said, hindsight means nothing.

I thought he was fine and Klopp made the decision to play him still cos the medical team took a look at him during the warm up and during the game as well. They prolly made the decision with the best info they had at the time without hindsight to bank on except of course, you think they can see the future which they can't. Maybe you should consider such information before making your judgement after the fact, of course.


3.) 15 Jan 2019 19:20:11
Nothing to do with hindsitght chaps, like I said it’s my opinion

I made trip down to Brighton and live, he certainly didn’t look fine to start with, if you’d have seen the warm up, he looked in a lot of pain with players around him.

I also discussed it with a friend that listened to the commentary on radio Merseyside, the simmmeriser was of the same opinion.


4.) 15 Jan 2019 19:33:14
Summmariser even.


5.) 15 Jan 2019 21:03:26
I'm with you on that Drogie, he should've being pulled off as soon as it was known that he wasn't right. I didn't see the warm up or what you saw but I'll take your word for it and going on that he shouldn't of played.

I can understand him playing through it, he's a young lad and probably tried to shrug it off but the medical staff should've stepped in and got him off to prevent a worse injury.


6.) 15 Jan 2019 21:11:47
How do we know he made it worse by playing? He could’ve been out for the same time whether he’d played or not.
It is what it is, no use pointing fingers now.


7.) 15 Jan 2019 21:31:22
Point is BB it could've being a potentially bad injury, if there's a potential threat of an injury then he should've immediately been brought off. Why risk it is my biggest question here.


8.) 15 Jan 2019 21:33:52
As my old grammy used to say, hind legs are a wonderful thing.


9.) 15 Jan 2019 22:23:36
I get that Salah but what’s done is done.
He was obviously examined by the medical staff at the time and they deemed him ok to play. They are a lot more qualified than we are to make that call.
We will never know whether playing made it worse or not as it’s done now we can’t change it.
Trying to pin the blame on someone isn’t going to change anything. Players get injured and sometimes you just can’t anticipate or prevent it.


10.) 16 Jan 2019 07:15:00
Unless you pull a hamstring stoneage, then they become a pain in the backside 👍.


 

 

 

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15 Feb 2019 17:31:10
Agreed it might be the norm Ed002 but my point is, surely the club are aware of Salah’s agent talking to PSG and flaunting him around.

It seems as though Salah’s agent are quite insistent and extremely proactive in this instance, clearly the club needs to prepare or at least question his actions.

I would.

Drogie

{Ed002's Note - there is no secret Salah wants to move to Real Madrid. The club are not going to question it - particularly now two Liverpool players are openly talking about tapping a player up.}


 

 

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15 Feb 2019 13:05:27
Ed002,

It wouldn’t surprise me if a bid for Salah and it will be interesting to see the how the club responds.

One question, surely someone at the club is aware of Salah being touted around? And as for talks with PSG, if the club were aware of this, surely they would not be happy? Whilst PSG can’t talk to the player directly I presume, talks through the agent is very much the forefront of the discussion?

Drogie

{Ed002's Note - Agents and clubs talk all of the time - that is, when not tapping players up, Liverpool get to sign players. It is the norm.}


 

 

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10 Feb 2019 07:20:05
Sometimes players do need to bulk up and strengthen, just look at Sterling when he first arrived.

Drogie

{Ed001's Note - sorry just saw lerchy's question so will reply to it here before I forget. I expect Wilson to be given the chance to make it, whether or not he does it up to him.}


 

 

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14 Jan 2019 21:53:32
Grazi Mille.

ありがとう

do jeh, daw- dyeh

Danke sehr.
Khop Khun Mak Kha.

Drogie

 

 

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14 Jan 2019 08:17:25
Thanks Ed002.

Drogie

 

 

 

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13 Feb 2019 17:20:34
I pad? Alright for some, I’ll be lucky if my Mrs gets me a cotton wool pad 😕.

Drogie

{Ed025's Note - love it drogie..


 

 

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10 Feb 2019 18:34:06
Perfectly summed up Ed001.

Drogie

{Ed001's Note - cheers mate.}


 

 

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10 Feb 2019 18:36:01
Chelsea were well beaten 4-0 by Bournemouth.

Drogie

 

 

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10 Feb 2019 08:08:00
Ok, mine has to be bobby, I just love him 😂😂.

Drogie

{Ed0333's Note - you obviously have a tooth fetish mate 😬


 

 

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10 Feb 2019 08:06:47
Some interesting stuff there Ed001 and 333.
If true, that’s not nice from those saints fans, especially with the disaster so raw!

Drogie

{Ed001's Note - disgusting mate.}