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Team: Liverpool

Where from: Malaysia

Favourite player: Dirk Kuyt

Best team moment: Dirk Kuyt\'s chesting the boal from right edge of the box to Torres. Can\'t remember if Torres scored, but that movement from Kuyt made me started to love him as a Liv player.

Interests: Football and Call of Duty games.

Timezone: (GMT +8:00) Beijing, Perth, Singapore, Hong Kong

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18 Apr 2017 05:39:52
Eds, any recent interests from other clubs on Lucas?


{Ed001's Note - since January nothing mate, but I am sure there will be offers in the summer.}

1.) 18 Apr 2017 08:06:46
Really appreciate the reply Ed01. Guess that him leaving is inevitable. Hope that it will be a good move for him.

{Ed001's Note - he will go eventually but his heart kept him here last January, so it is not certain he will leave this summer.}

2.) 18 Apr 2017 09:18:34
Would like to see him given a run of games now, I believe he gives us that little bit that's missing when we play the so called lower teams.

3.) 18 Apr 2017 09:19:33
A true professional who deserves a new contract. Hope he stays.

4.) 18 Apr 2017 10:02:42
Not as a starter but i sure hope he stays as he can be valuable squad player next season when we will have European games (be it cl or europa league)

He is also the longest serving player at the moment and from what i hear is a good influence in the dressing room.

5.) 18 Apr 2017 13:20:35
Agreed. And whether he stays or goes, it'd be nice to see him get a testimonial in the summer.

6.) 18 Apr 2017 15:16:53
Lucas should be given a testimonial and a new 2 year contract. He is still one of the best holding midfielders in the game and can also do a decent job at the back.

Also, he seems to have taken over the Gerrard mantle of settling new players into the club and giving good advice to the youngsters. As a dedicated professional he is also well respected in the dressing room.

For someone who came from another continent at a young age and was asked to change his natural position, he overcame dogs abuse at first to become the best in his position in the country. After a serious injury he has fought back to be a valuable player in the squad. For me, he was MOM in the Derby game, overshadowing the much-vaunted Guaye.

On top of all that, he actually really loves the club and there are not many you can say that about these days.

7.) 18 Apr 2017 19:16:12
Those who slated Lucas through out his time here should forever hang their heads in shame for the way they treated a very good player and a True Red.

8.) 19 Apr 2017 04:51:04
It all changed for him when he cut his hair. hahahaha.

9.) 19 Apr 2017 10:43:35
it changed for torres too when he cut his hair redrooboy.

10.) 19 Apr 2017 14:07:08
Hahahahaha. sure did.

11.) 20 Apr 2017 13:43:35
I know this is difficult to comment on but do the Eds know what his focus is? Seems unlikely he'll be a regular starter but likely he'll be in or around the match day squad. Is that going to fit what he wants to do?

{Ed001's Note - his consideration is playing time, he wants to get as much as possible here. If he is not going to even be around the first team squad, then he would be certain to go. While he is in and around the team, playing an active part, then it becomes very difficult for him to leave, even to a club that can offer him guaranteed first team football every week. Despite the boo boys, Lucas has fallen very much in love with Liverpool, both the club and the city, and is finding it very difficult to leave.}




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08 Dec 2017 04:37:50
Ashamed? I thought you were enjoying it.




01 Sep 2017 00:45:38
Wanna ask any of the Eds.

Am I right in saying that, with the difference in time for the closing of transfer windows across Europe and England's already shut, we can expect some outgoings but not incomings even if the players are from the country that are yet to close its transfer windows? Right?

Thanks in advance to all you Eds.


{Ed002's Note - Yes.}



14 Aug 2017 01:15:16
A good post. One draw and lots in here even started to question the manager. It's getting kinda annoying visiting this page lately; the transfer window and now this. It is very hard to read at least some positivity. Most were just negative.


1.) 14 Aug 2017 09:51:40
Agreed, Haizan. I guess by that logic, Conte should be sacked if he loses the Spurs game next week. Utter nonsense! It is the type of knee jerk crap we have come to know and love from today's fans, really. Pathetic.



16 Jul 2017 07:25:31
Just sharing a thought.

The day I started supporting Liverpool, it was after they won the CL.

Before Torres came, I followed a bit of the Spanish League. Watched Torres in some games, and I didn't like him. Then Rafa bought him. He turned out to be one of the star.

When he left, Dalglish bought Suarez, whom I haven't watch him playing before apart from the World Cup. I didn't like him either during that time. And he turned out to be one of the star as well.

Then Rodgers bought Coutinho, whom I haven't heard of before. I didn't have the same feeling I had about Suarez and Torres. I just felt that time he was just a new signing, a kid and nothing more. Now he is turning out to be one of the star. Maybe not yet entirely, but I am pretty sure he will.

If Coutinho leaves, I won't be entirely disappointed. From this short experience and my own history of supporting this club, I'm kind of sure that the club will be producing yet another star. Who? It doesn't matter.


1.) 16 Jul 2017 07:48:34
Players come and go mate. We have signed many players and made them great. Problem is that prices for players are spiraling out of control and we cannot keep on waiting for players to develop into world beaters.

At this point it seems like Coutinho is staying and LFC do not want to sell. We have to keep our best players to get back to the top.

2.) 16 Jul 2017 07:55:43
I'm very confused by this post.
Did you come on to say that you only support us because we won the champions league, have no idea about players and don't mind if we sell our current best player?

3.) 16 Jul 2017 09:39:41
Pretty much yea lol.

4.) 16 Jul 2017 09:47:38
Sellin Coutinho will be taking a step backwards imo. We need to shed the tag of being a selling club first and foremost. So what if Barcelona and PSG want him? Tell them he is not for sale and keep planning for the coming season with Coutinho as the playmaker. 100% sure he will be around come 1st September and will help us win at least one trophy next season.

5.) 16 Jul 2017 10:08:58
Good thing about is right now is I don't know who our best player really is. Coutinho is individually the best but Mane has more of a positive affect on the team when he plays. Then there's Firmino who's as good as anyone on his day, Hendo who has a huge affect on the team and we miss when he's out. Salah? Lallana? Wiji had a great season. It's a good position to be in! (Notice I didn't mention any defenders ๐Ÿ˜‚)

6.) 16 Jul 2017 10:21:40
I don't think you can give him stick for becoming an LFC fan in 2005!

When I was a kid my dad hated football. He was a Leeds fan as a kid and fell out of love with the club game through the 80's and 90's due to there 1st fall from grace. So all we would watch was England games because he is a bit of a patriot.

Anyway my favourite players watching those internationals were Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Joe Cole. When I got old enough (11) I decided I wanted to start watching MOTD. My first ever club game I watched though was Liverpool vs AC Milan in that final and I was sold. The passion, the fight back, Gerrard, the all red kit, winning the best trophy etc. It all came together for me and I chose Liverpool.

I'm not going to lie if my first game had been Chelsea winning the FA cup, things might have been different because as I say, I liked Lampard too.

Surely everybody has a single moment that made them choose Liverpool? Unless it was forced on you from birth in which case, I'd argue that the likes of myself and Haizan have a pretty good case to call you out! We chose LFC on our own, we didn't need to be told! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Anyway, good post Haizan. Players cone and go. There will always be a new icon looking to take the mantle. Nobody wants him to leave, but no player is bigger than the club.

7.) 16 Jul 2017 10:22:45
I won't be disappointed if Coutinho leaves this summer. I will be devastated! We have to keep our best players if we want to win the league and quite frankly Phillipe is our best player.

8.) 16 Jul 2017 10:58:41
The thing is we need two of at least Couts calibre going forward, plus a really good support crew. Hazard&Costa last year for example.

Last time we came close we had Suarez&Sturridge, supported by SG, Sterling.

The time before that SG&Torres, supported by Xabi.

Hope PC&Manรฉ can become our leading actors, and that we'll have a good enough support crew to mount a serious title challenge.

9.) 16 Jul 2017 11:04:32
I just don't think it's right to support a club (any club) just because they won a final MK
If lost would they all be Milan fans?

We give Utd fans plenty of stick for being glory hunters and that's basically what any fan who supports because of that final is as I highly doubt that is was so many peoples first ever game they watched.

That final is the reward for being a Liverpool fan and not the reason to be one.

10.) 16 Jul 2017 11:38:19
Laughing I think you are living in a bit of a dream world there. The reason why Liverpool are so well supported is because of our success and titles since Shankly.

The top supported teams are always the most successful and it is mainly down to fans wanting to support the team who either have the best players, play the best football, or win the most.

That is the way all sport is and always has been. Watch the Tennis today and see if you can spot a Cilic fan! Aside from his friends and family, nearly everyone else will be supporting Federer because he has been more successful which has made him more popular.

It is human nature mate. You either support your local side, you support who your family supports, or you support one of the best teams for glory. If you dislike that 3rd reason, Liverpool is a really bad choice for you! Without our Glory fans we'd be Bolton or Wigan, surviving off a miniscule local fan base.

11.) 16 Jul 2017 11:49:44
I remembered watching CL finals since early 2000s. I didn't decide to choose to support Real (I think they won it 2 times during that), Bayern, or Porto. And I didn't decide to channge to Barcelona after the 2005.

Back then, most of the mainstream media in my country covered mostly the Serie A and the Spanish League. To watch Premier League, we need to subscribe to satellite TV, which was at that time was really expensive. Internet wasn't like the internet now.

Well, all in all, I am a supporter a fan just like you, and the difference between us is just the reason. Peace.

12.) 16 Jul 2017 11:52:22
Lauvhin2, 2005 is as good a reason to fall for a club as one can ask, assuming you didn't have one prior. Why isn't that as legitimate as your reason?

13.) 16 Jul 2017 12:35:13
Why does it matter when or why we chose to support a team?

I became a Liverpool fan in late 90s even though I'm born and bred in manchester. My family are mainly all die hard city fans with a few utd. They all tried forcing their Teams on me, got so much stick growing up, still do this day. When I tell people I support Liverpool but I'm from manchester people are always like what? how? why? And I don't know myself how I became a Liverpool fan, all I know is I f**k**g love this club.

14.) 16 Jul 2017 17:44:59
I think we can all relax. All he is saying is that our judgement of a player before he arrives is not that important. The coach should know best. HE pointed out that there were several players that was not "world beaters" and turned into great players. OK, I knew about Torres but he was still pretty young when he arrived. I also never heard of Coutinho and barely heard of Suarez.
What he wanted to say was that even if players move on, we will find other players. Its true right? Fowler moved on and we had Owen, who moved on and we eventually got Torres, and that led to Suarez and now Coutinho has taken over the mantel.
Nobody wants to sell their best players but sometimes it can happen. we should all relax a bit. that's all.



08 May 2017 03:20:10
Just sharing my views on the game last night. Not exactly a review though.

I personally felt we defended well in the game. The midfield area was -most of the times- entirely ours, kudos to both Lucas and Can. Maybe that caused the Saints not able to attack much, hence I felt the defending was very good. However, there were some occasions that the defenders did really well to clear the ball. I felt Lovren was solid, and I'm particularly impressed with Milner for some of the defending that he did. I felt a bit mixed about Matip. There were lots of times that he put himself in the midfield area which put nerves in me, afraid that the Saints will make some conter-attacks. Once they did, but gladly the cross from Tadic was a bit hard for Long.

I like Wijnaldum a lot. But he went missing during the game. I couldn't say much about his running, not much that I managed to see from the TV.

The part that frustrated me the most was the attacking. Please correct me if I am wrong, but it seems that we tend to try to get long range goals instead of playing in further inside. I noticed this in the past few games. I remembered we used to play to go for the perfect goals, playing inside the penalty box more than the long-range strikes that we have put in these past few games. Is this because of the absence of Mane, so we change the way we attack?

After the first half finished, I was screaming for Lallana and Sturridge. At 60 minutes, my screams were even louder. When they both came in, I saw some more fluidity in our attacking play. Sturridge was such a delight to watch.

In the end, the Saints defended well. Oh I didn't know that Forster is such a big guy until he came close to Milner before the penalty take.

All in all, I am dissappointed with the result, but not entirely dissappointed with the performance.

These are just my opinions and thoughts though.


{Ed001's Note - we miss Mane not because he is a winger, or because he has pace, or his trickery etc, it is because he is the only player we have that makes runs off the ball in behind. We need more movement. It was like Rodgers' final season at one point, with the entire team just strung out in a line across, no one moving or interchanging at all. It is clear they have bottled it, the pressure has got to them and they are scared to leave their spot in case they leave a gap in behind. We are playing a scared brand of football, with no freedom at all.}

1.) 08 May 2017 04:47:37

Absolutely spot on, couldn't agree more.

2.) 08 May 2017 05:00:08
Yeah. "Scared" is the word.

3.) 08 May 2017 08:33:09
As soon as i saw fraser forster in milners face i knew he would miss it. You could sense the team were under pressure and basically scared to a standstill hence no real movement. Although arsenal did us a favour i fear that if we play the same way in the next two games top four will quickly evaporate. Klopp needs to take the shackles off and just let them play football, they are clearly a good team and you don't get to top three at this stage of the season if you are not, they need to believe in themselves.

4.) 08 May 2017 10:52:25
I know it's easy to say after the fact but why did the rest of the team let Foster stand over him like that? Can or Lovren should have been up there shoving Foster back into his goal where he should have been. we didn't help ourselves in that situation.

5.) 08 May 2017 13:59:29
Personally though milner should have looked him in the eyes and given the silent f u, but his body language said it all. I think if hendo was on the pitch he may have had a word in milners ear. Either way its done now, they really need to pull their finger out against west ham now and start playing some proper football instead of this statue stuff. The only time they ran was when southampton had a rare forage into our half.

{Ed001's Note - if a captain had been on the field and seen that moment, he would have taken the ball off Milner I would think. His body language was not good.}

6.) 08 May 2017 21:20:21
He did not look convincing either. As Ed said, a captain would have stepped him and ended that whole nonsense and ushered Milner away as it seemed Forster got to him mentally.




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11 Jan 2018 12:06:17
I'm guessing Miura.




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20 Dec 2017 11:55:14
Skrtel's was shiny. I'm sure there was some oil put on it. It will be a much more nightmare for the cleaners.




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07 Sep 2017 01:02:30

Was it just a pen, or an apple-pen?


{Ed001's Note - it was a Mont-Blanc mate. Apple pen my arse, footballers don't want cheap tat like that!}



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02 Sep 2017 02:05:24
I'm with you Lfcder. What excited me the most is the fact that Ox turned down the champions to join Liverpool. Keita willing to wait for a year to join, and Lemar snubbed Arsenal when at the same time Liverpool showed interest (he preferred Liverpool, right? ) . That is a really good sign. I don't like during the Rodgers era when he didn't manage to get his main targets, we ended up with whoever that were available, spend for the sake of spending, and it brought us nowhere.

The only thing dissappoints me is we couldn't get the replacement for Coutinho. Maybe I'm among the minority here (or maybe I am the only one), I read posts in Arsenal forum about Sanchez and couldn't help but to agree, what's the point of keeping a player that wants out. We might ended up better without him.




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12 Jun 2017 13:00:43
Hi Ed01. It's not possible right, if indeed we get transfer ban, that the ban will be an immediate ban? Maybe more like next upcoming windows? I am thinking about similar bans in Spain. But I do understand that those bans were given by FIFA, and probably different from FA.


{Ed001's Note - I have no idea how it would work, if it even happened.}




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12 Feb 2018 11:59:29
Sorry MK, when I read your reply, I couldn't help but to think what if the words were in different tenses? You turn on him? He turns you on?

Sorry. It's a bad joke. I know. I just couldn't help it. Sorry.




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08 Feb 2018 04:35:51
That was long, thorough, and a good read MK.

If I'm not mistaken, I watched him once with Sunderland. He was very young but shouted non-stop to his teammates. I think he was the captain in that game. During that, I thought this is a very young arrogant player who thought he was better than any other players in that match. I didn't like him during that.

Now, he is my and my missus' favourite current LFC player.




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13 Jan 2018 13:53:41

What an experience that was!

In the future, if I'm fortunate enough to go there, definitely I will be staying in Hatters Hostel.




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11 Jan 2018 19:38:36
That Liam Neeson quote really gave me a good chuckle.




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08 Jan 2018 04:20:19
There is this one interesting stat. Liverpool have a much higher win percentage this season without Coutinho than with him.

Yeah I know stats shouldn't be used entirely to sum up things, but I really like this one.

He is such a great player. I loved him in his previous seasons. But maybe, just maybe, without him this season onwards, the team will be better?

I am more excited on who will be wearing the no 10 next.