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13 Jun 2018 01:10:55
Out of the frying pan and into the fire for Zeljko Buvac. He'll be confirmed as Fenerbahce manager later today.

Reynard

1.) 13 Jun 2018 07:33:13
Are they in the CL next season? Bet in our group if they are.


2.) 13 Jun 2018 08:12:29
Keep his seat warm at Anfield then Kloppo 😄.


3.) 13 Jun 2018 08:21:16
Good luck to him.


4.) 13 Jun 2018 20:35:09
Is anybody holding their breath on this?


 

 

06 Jun 2018 09:10:50
Hi Eds, apparently we had scouts at the Turkey v Russia game watching the Turkish defender Çağlar Söyüncü (recently 22 years old) central defender playing for SC Freiberg.
He is statistically a good playmaker and is strong in the air with numerous of his coaches stating he has great timing and leadership qualities. Is he a genuine target for this summer?

Reynard

{Ed002's Note - Caglar Soyuncu has been of a great deal of interest to Arsenal who have spoken with Freiberg about him. Whether they would spring for him having already effectively agreed to add Sokratis Papastathopoulos or not is a different matter. I am not aware of Liverpool interest in Soyuncu and he does play on the left side of defence in the same preferred position as van Dijk and I would have thought if Liverpool had decided to also look for a CB then one who prefers the right would be a better option. REgardless, he is one of a few CBs that are coming through that are envisaged to have a very good future.}


1.) 06 Jun 2018 10:34:16
Hello Ed02, Do you think the club would look to add a CB now that we have signed Fabinho who could also cover at RB, If yes then who do you think would be out of the door from defenders? Matip or Klavan?
Cheers.

{Ed002's Note - You need to ask all of your questions of Macca from now on - not me.}


2.) 06 Jun 2018 10:56:45
Oh no Ed 😔😔. I did not mean anything such in the previous post mate! My only curiosity was about the players for that perticular position and nothing more.


3.) 06 Jun 2018 12:37:41
Thanks Ed002 mate. I thought he might be thought of as a replacement for Klavan. He most certainly does look like one for the future. That said, I'd like another one of your past suggestions in his place, Dayotchanculle Oswald Upamecano.


4.) 06 Jun 2018 13:51:42
If Liverpool sign a CB it would definitely be on the left. Klavan is a stop gap while Matip and Lovren are liked by Klopp for the right. Almost all of Lovren's errors in his Liverpool career are when he plays on the left. The right is sorted, the left isn't.

{Ed002's Note - You seem to have forgotten van Dijk.}


5.) 07 Jun 2018 08:18:04
hahaha, thanks christos, that made me smile, kalimera! Did you write that in 2017? Don't worry, it just needs a little editing. "If Liverpool sign a CB it would definitely be a surprise. Klavan and Gomez are backup while Van Dijk and Lovren are liked by Klopp as starters. Almost all of Matip's errors in his Liverpool career are when he plays. Centre back is sorted, the goalkeeper isn't. "


6.) 07 Jun 2018 16:30:33
Sorry, I didn't realise vvd will be expected to play 60 games and never be injured next season. The team needs more than 1 left sided CB. I thought that much was obvious.


 

 

30 Nov 2017 14:41:45
Hi Eds 001 and 002.there are substantial rumours that Barcelona and LFC have finalised payment details for Coutinho. with a deferred payment structure. Any truth? I asked because there seems to have been a rush to try and finish things by today for some reason.

Also Ed002 mate, you asked me to remind you about a possible update from you on our developing of young players. Many thanks you guys.

Reynard

{Ed002's Note - I explained why Barcelona wanted matters addressed by today - it would have been disruptive to the process otherwise and after this week they would have started looking at options as well as Coutinho. My understanding is that there are details to be worked out and nothing has yet been finalised. You will need to remind me mid next week about the kiddies.}


1.) 30 Nov 2017 14:53:22
Thanks for the swift reply mate. I'll get that reminder to you next week.

{Ed002's Note - Right on.}


2.) 30 Nov 2017 15:50:24
Ed the fact that Couts was not in the team yesterday mate, would you say Klopp is aware that he is close to leaving so didn't want him playing or purely tactical?

{Ed002's Note - He is a Liverpool player - I would think he was being rested. You need to stop listening to all of these weird little coices in your head.}


 

 

18 Nov 2017 11:39:21
Apparently we'll be without Matip today. Lovren will partner Klavan (only repeating what some press are saying) . I hope the lad puts in a storming performance for his and our sakes.

Reynard

1.) 18 Nov 2017 14:56:58
Definitely out. Going to be a difficult afternoon with the Chuckle brothers in the middle.


2.) 18 Nov 2017 15:20:59
I think the chucklebrothers would be more comfortable passing to each other :D.


3.) 18 Nov 2017 16:55:30
I think both of them had a good game.


4.) 18 Nov 2017 18:36:38
A good defensive performance by the boys today but SFC made it fairly easy for us in many respects. that said, I thought Lovren did well in the unusual position on the right of centre back. he clearly focused more rather than getting at himself about potential mistakes. Well done to the lad! Was also really nice to hear the fans giving him great support.


5.) 19 Nov 2017 07:43:29
I do question Klavan defending abilities but he did look very comfortable on the ball and generally passed it about quite well. Lovren's life seems to be like a soap opera at the moment, his wife, robberies or attempted robbery on his home etc are maybe reasons why he is not 100% on the pitch however a player who defends so well for Croatia and Southampton before joining us is a real mystery why he is so prone to errors in a red shirt. Great Boss result from the lads today well done! On a side note I was a fan of the Saints goalie before today, for a big lad he had an absolute shocker.


6.) 19 Nov 2017 12:25:15
It's because we play a higher line and he needs to concentrate on his positioning a lot more with us because there'll be too much space for him to make up if he's caught out Carlos. It's not really a mystery.

He was good against Southampton, though. I know they didn't attack all that much, but he dealt with the few attacks they did put together well. He's often been guilty of switching off and letting the opposition in when he has nothing to do for long periods of a game, but there was none of that yesterday.


7.) 20 Nov 2017 09:20:03
Lovren’s always looked more comfortable when on the right IMO - and Hendo did a good job of sitting a bit deeper and protecting the back 4. I know our CBs aren’t the best around but they are far better than we give them credit for if we play a system that gives them some cover.


8.) 20 Nov 2017 11:25:22
Since when did the opposition need to put pressure on our back line for it to be dreadful and give them chances? They did well today. And frankly, people can question Klavan as much as they like - he's not perfect but since he's come in we've conceeded almost nothing and looked much better across the whole back line. Midfield protection doing it's job has also helped.


 

 

26 Sep 2017 12:50:42
Hi Eds, has there actually been a meeting as Spanish publication Sport claims between Coutinho's agents and Fenway Sports Group in Boston with representatives of to make it clear that the Brazilian ace still wants a move to the Nou Camp?

Reynard

{Ed002's Note - it was not exactly like that but it is true that it has been made absolutely clear to the owners (the club already knows) that Coutinho wants to leave.}


1.) 26 Sep 2017 13:31:52
As if anyone had any doubt anyway after this summer lol.


2.) 26 Sep 2017 13:31:52
As if anyone had any doubt anyway after this summer lol.


3.) 26 Sep 2017 13:52:14
Coutinho wanrs to leave? Since when?


4.) 26 Sep 2017 15:40:39
Ed is it possible he might leave in January? Also I thought Barcelona said in the summer it was now or never?

{Ed002's Note - I cannot sensibly answer questions about the timings of transfer nor any questions which include "is it possible". Barcelona have other options they are considering as well.}


5.) 26 Sep 2017 16:37:41
What we panicking for?

It was this year or never so I was told. We wouldn't sell on a 5 year deal for 100 mil, why would we take less.

Rather have 4 years outta the boy.


6.) 26 Sep 2017 19:13:38
As it stands at the moment Liverpool have a good chance of reaching the following stage. Barcelona may do so as well but would not be able to use Coutinho. It makes no sense him leaving in January but perhaps his desire to join Barcelona over-rides anything else.


 

 

 

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03 Dec 2018 14:13:12
Lots of points made about yesterday but I'd like to make some points about the bluenoses. Firstly, they are a substantially better team now under Marco Silva. He's clearly a very clever manager and an astute tactician. in all honesty they were unlucky not to walk away from the match with a point.

Unusually, Pickford made a silly mistake. I will bet that it'll teach him two things: 1] be careful not to comment when another keeper makes a blunder, and 2] When unsure put the ball out for a corner. If I was an Everton supporter I'd not be too worried about Pickford because he's clearly a great keeper. one mistake will not make him bad.

Thirdly, I do not understand the constant negative statements about Richarlison. He is only 21 and held the line well yesterday for Everton. He makes mistakes and is prone to anticipating a tackle/ foul but he will get better and by all accounts he is a lovely, grounded young lad.

Finally, André Gomes has a fantastic ability to make it look like he has a lot of time on the ball. We had quite an energetic midfield and quite often he found time and a pass. Barcelona will be happy with his development.


Now, on a red note. We did not play very well and again we've escaped with three points. More interestingly, Everton played very well against a Liverpool that's under-performing and still got nothing from the game. I do hope that this signifies that a better performing LFC will be very difficult to draw with let alone beat. As for Klopp. yes I loved his celebration but immediately thought it'll end up in a touchline ban for one game and a fine. I think the FA will cause itself problems if it does not act so I fully expect a charge to be brought but Hell it was brilliant to see as a red! Let's hope that we perform better against Burnley this Wednesday YNWA.

Reynard

{Ed0333's Note - Are you sure you’re a Liverpool fan or did you make sweet love to Marco Silva on Saturday night and he corrupted your allegiance? How can you bitch about klopps celebration? It was an action that will go down in football folklore it was a thing of beauty nae poetry. You really have to be the reincarnation of victor meldrew if you gripe about that, Pep did it last season and nothing happened to him. Everton we’re lucky not to get a point? Judging by all the chances we created I think your point is mute. Pickford is not a great keeper, he’s fallible. He’s a decent keeper that sometimes has very good performances.


1.) 03 Dec 2018 15:58:53
Embarrassing post.


2.) 03 Dec 2018 16:03:28
Also I read somewhere Silva actually said he would of done the same thing, talk sport were proper milking it today whoppers.


3.) 03 Dec 2018 16:22:22
1) Somewhat agree, they are definitely a better team now but it's difficult not to improve on the dredge that Allardyce and Koeman offered. Marco Silva's a decent manager but his away record with all three teams in England have been consistently poor so I'm not so sure about anointing him 'a very clever manager' just yet.

2) Unusually? Definitely disagree, I don't see the hype for Pickford. Actually, I do, he's English, if he wasn't, people would not have been praising him all this time. His kicking is hit-and-miss (usually miss) and his shotstopping is nowhere near good enough. Everton erred in paying so much for him, if they really want to go on to become a proper team, they'll have to improve this position as soon as possible.

3) Richarlison is a decent player, he's got the ability to really kick on but his tendency to go to ground is why there's so much negativity around him. He might not have rolled around and screamed quite as theatrically as Neymar, but it's still annoying nonetheless to see talented players pull these stunts.

4) Andre Gomes has decent technique and he played a couple of decent passes, but what about the dozens of misplaced passes that went out for a thrown in? If Barcelona are happy with his development (in that they see a use for him other than selling him as soon as possible), then they've come a long, long way from the days of Xavi and Iniesta.

5) Somewhat agree again, we didn't play to our full potential but I wouldn't say we didn't play well. We had four/ five big, big chances that we somehow contrived to miss. If Mane had put on his shooting boots, we'd be talking about a 3-0 or a 4-1 game instead.

6) I love the passion that he brings but I think even Klopp admitted that he'll probably get punished for it. Might not have been the cleverest thing to do but what's done is done.

{Ed025's Note - i love the way you build up the everton player initially only for their to be a BUT.., impartiality is never going to be your strong point zpecialone so i think we can take your views with a pinch of salt mate..


4.) 03 Dec 2018 16:21:13
Look as a liverpool fan its really awesome and great to watch it, if not you are not a fan at all but saying that FA are going to pick up liverpool just coz of that is a mistake and that's a disgrace.


5.) 03 Dec 2018 16:25:02
I just love the way they keep saying 'a draw would have been a fair result' just because they heard it so many times on TV and Youtube. Everton 'deserved a draw' just because they couldn't convert two good chances? At this rate, Mane should have converted 2, Shaqiri 1, Origi missed a sitter and then ended up converting 1.At that 'deserved rate' the fair score should have been 5-2!

If you now talk about Walcott's chance, Mo scuffed up one too!
And even if we hadn't won it deservedly, we still have won the derby. So get over it. And before people get carried away, we drew both the games against them last year and they probably had the better chances against us in game at Goodison.

{Ed025's Note - how magnanimous of you Das, spoken like a true reds fan who can only see a team playing in red, if you dont think everton deserved something from that game mate you need to give your head a wobble..


6.) 03 Dec 2018 16:25:28
I know that the late goal was hard to take, but Silva, in his after game interview came across a little bitter, cough cough, he spent more time talking about how VVD had miss hit that ball, and getting back into position, rather than saying that Pickford made the wrong choice,
great end to a tough game tho .

{Ed025's Note - for you,s it was mate..


7.) 03 Dec 2018 16:51:46
Sorry, ed025, it's a bad habit I fall into sometimes. If you want pure unadulterated praise for an Everton player, I guess I'll have to plump for Jordan Pickford and his extraordinary determination not just to keep the ball in play but to create a game-winning assist from that. ;)

{Ed025's Note - i dont think we are looking for any praise from you mate, but if you are making up stories please start your sentences with "once upon a time""..


8.) 03 Dec 2018 17:26:15
Ed025- I get your petulance, Sir. And I have no problem with your blue-tinted analysis. You are an admin/ contributor of repute and I respect that. But, to think this affords you the exclusive right to disapprove an opinion with the likes of 'wobble head' jargons, is not quite adequate of your stature. Being disapproved is not my issue, being disapproved with an upsurge of emotion, rather than fact is.

You could be very well right, but wobbling my head didn't help much.

{Ed025's Note - well worth a try though mate.. :)


9.) 03 Dec 2018 15:32:55
Ed you never cease to impress! Bravo!


10.) 03 Dec 2018 15:58:46
ED0333 you basically took the words out of my mouth I was going to say the exact same thing
Im not sure what some fans watched yesterday but this sudden love for Pickford is a joke he is a sub standard keeper
he is young and will for sure improve but any talk about him being great currently, is a joke imo
Alisson is a great keeper potentially right now not Pickford.

{Ed0333's Note - I must say when we signed Becker I was ambivalent because I was judging him on his performances for Roma against us in the Champions League. Ed’s 001 was adamant we’d signed a worldie I wasn’t so sure. I couldn’t have been more wrong. He really has the potential to be the greatest keeper we’ve ever had. That’s not hyperbole or me getting carried away by the wonder save he made yesterday it’s based on my 40 years watching Liverpool play. Johncrow I would say Allison is a great keeper now mate. If Kepa, Leno, Ederson we’re performing to Becker’s standards the world would be eulogizing. 9 clean sheets in 14 premiership games is a super stat.


11.) 03 Dec 2018 16:03:57
Clearly this site is no longer one where varied opinions are allowed. Firstly, (as you rather abusively suggest) I did not make love to Marco Silva or anything so sordid. I've actually no doubt where my allegiances are but I try to see things (sometimes) through independent eyes. Next. I did not "b*tch" about Klopps celebration, I actually enjoyed it but thought immediately he will be charged by the FA for it. you should read the post properly. stop cherry picking negative points for your own end! The stats have a different picture from you, you are of course entitled to your view but please do not tell me that I have no entitlement to my view because bad editing on a site leads to conflict and unnecessary comments (I've already had comments on my facebook from a couple of people who know me on there calling me a "traitor". thanks for the abuse. It is utterly disgusting when the members abuse the editors but it is outright abuse of position when an editor decides to be so utterly abusive.

{Ed0333's Note - I have no problem with abuse from any poster. In fact when I’m getting slaughtered I post every negative comment about me. It’s not my style to hide behind a keyboard or edit to my advantage. I have no ideas of grandeouse I’m just an average Joe who has an unhealthy love for Liverpool FC. I try not to ‘cherrypick’ in my editing and try and be objective and fair but sometimes this maybe misconstrued. I just felt you’re post was a tsunami of negativity and a bit ‘the grinch that stole Xmas’ after that ludicrous goal and the joyous post match celebrations. Divvy’s career was derailed because of a player intentionally trying to hurt him in a Merseyside derby, partly the celebrations were karmatic and a legacy of that heinous tackle. Furthermore i hope you didn’t get nasty messages on Facebook because of my reply to you’re post and if you did report them to the police the culprits will get a life sentence without parole. Rise above it mate you’re gonna have bigger problems in life or you could just block them? Also I’m not sure making love to Marco Silva would be so sordid just ask Ed’s 001, apparently he was tender and romantic.


12.) 03 Dec 2018 18:56:33
The OP is fooling himself here. There are many other ways to be magnanimous in victory BUT to start by slating Klopp for running on to the pitch for no reason at all or to say we did not play well (which I fuully disagree with) is taking it way too far. To say Everton played well is low hanging fruit cos the only way to go was up from the diabolical crap we saw under The Scam. We created the better chances, the most chances, hit the post and scored a goal, all the things they didn't/ couldn't do.

A derby is there to be won and NOT to just play well in. We won it and that is that. Were we the better team in terms of play? No. Were we the better team in both boxes where games are won and lost? Absolutely. As for Ed25 and his well, "emotions", I fully understand cos I would be livid myself if Allison was on the wrong end of The Anfield Flap.

{Ed025's Note - to be fair red wolf, if we had won 3-0 you would still be saying how brilliant liverpool were and thats ok as far as im concerned mate, in fact i would expect nothing less from you..


13.) 03 Dec 2018 20:00:45
And there you go again Ed, saying stuff that we both know is not true, lol. Have you been having conversations with yourself again or am I firmly in your head?

{Ed025's Note - i cant see where i have answered your post on this thread brover ... unless of course you are posting under another name hmmmm, which we all know is frowned upon..


14.) 03 Dec 2018 22:41:47
Richarlison grounded? As in he’s constantly falling to the ground?


15.) 03 Dec 2018 22:43:41
I don’t understand this sudden love in over Everton, they did quite well first half but second half I don’t really remember them creating a chance and they were hanging on at the end. This was their biggest game of the season and they still weren’t good enough.


 

 

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08 Nov 2018
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Reynard

1.) 08 Nov 2018 11:42:45
Why were Voronin and Ginola even on the pitch?!


2.) 08 Nov 2018 13:53:19
LOL @Zed. I swear to God I actually thought to myself they look like little female Voronin's as I did it.


 

 

01 Oct 2018 12:46:11
I've seen a few posts worried that some on here are being extremely negative and knocking our players. I don't think people are generally knocking our players. On the most part I think many of the fans on here have been fairly decent and just expressed some concerns BUT almost all of them have said how wonderful our results are given we haven't been "firing on all cylinders" so far. That's not a negative point but extremely positive in my opinion.

The good points for all of us to remember:
1] The mark of potential champions is not the occasional fantastic results but getting the points on the board even when playing badly (or poorer than expected) . This sums us up at the moment.
2] Weak areas have been improved in the transfer windows. I think most would agree that our defence and goalkeeping is stronger and more settled. I can personally say I haven't felt so confident in our backline since the original SAS pairing.
3] Studge has been like a new signing since his loan. He looks like he's improved his strength and will be a major impacting substitute this year. It also means we worry less about the impact of injury on our frontline.
4] Shaqiri has made me eat humble pie! I'm surprised at his work ethic and am generally overjoyed with his impact on our overall team depth.
5] Our team spirit seems excellent. For those doubting it just take another look at what happened after Studge equalised against Chelsea. take a look at the made embrace and celebration between Klopp and Mignolet. Our strength and resolve with this team spirit could be a determining factor in the title race. Four squads have a clear, good team atmosphere (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City) and to see the effect. one only need look at the very obvious example of Manchester United to see problems of a negative team spirit at the moment.

If we do start firing on all cylinders then the EPL and UCL better watch out. YNWA.

Reynard

1.) 01 Oct 2018 13:01:03
Really good post Reynard. All points are valid, but particularly #1 and #5. In years past we would have potentially lost he Chelsea match, probably dropped points in one or two other matches this season. The fact that we are finding ways to win matches when not at our best is an extremely positive sign. On #5, it's been a while since I've seen a Liverpool team look as close as they do now. They all seem to genuinely like and support one another. I don't see the factions or silos that there have been in the past or what you currently see at other clubs namely Man U. I think the club has done a really good job of buying players to fit within the team and everyone is buying in to the system. It's really fantastic to watch.


2.) 01 Oct 2018 13:47:06
Excellent post mate, couldn't agree more!


3.) 01 Oct 2018 15:20:37
Spot on, fantastic post. Loving the season so far, think the fans should try to enjoy it a little more as well.


4.) 01 Oct 2018 15:23:56
Midfield is not improved IMO! Don’t shoot me down but we are still playing last years midfield! No goals from midfield!


5.) 01 Oct 2018 15:26:46
Great post mate.


6.) 01 Oct 2018 18:00:44
Good post man. I said something yesterday about salah and the pressure of being pl player of the year. It was a concern, not me knocking mo. I also said I think he will click soon. And like you say, we are stilling getting the points. And the front three/ four are all scoring.

Sturridge has to be considered for a start now. He has to be. We have a lot of games. Now I'm over the pain of getting beat by Chelsea, I'm now genuinely pleased that we are out of the league Cup. Focus on the big 2.

{Ed025's Note - in my honest opinion MM you should never be pleased to lose in any competition, the league cup is a legitimate competition and a great chance to give youngsters and fringe players a platform to show how good they are and how they are progressing mate..


7.) 01 Oct 2018 19:41:34
Spot on, OP. Brilliant post. MM, Studge "has" to start. In place of who, exactly? Bobby when fit? Good luck with that, mate. IMO, Studge has realized that he woon't be the frequent starter and has accepted it cos at 29, he is nearing the end of his career. That much is a fact. He does not play the CF position the same way Bobbie plays it and his wonder strikes of late, will NOT change any of that.

What he has done and credit to him, is that he has realized that he is better being here than toiling somewhere else and remember, he loves the Klopp, the manager and his team mates. So what did he do? In the summer, he got fitter, stronger, and sharper and the preseason showed that, to the point of Klopp saying that Studger is in the best shape since he arrived at the club. This is why he is performing (even tho, he can do better) right now cos he is fitter and when you are fitter, you are stronger mentally and then you can do THAT! Just my take, bro.


8.) 01 Oct 2018 19:44:40
Well said ED25.

We should never ever paly for a loss or play a weakened team.

I was so annoyed we are out of that cup, 7 matches in to the season and 2 games in that week and we can not play our strongest team because they need to be rested and when they were rested, some that came back went missing at times.

We actually lost momentum which is what people do not realise.

Chelsea used the cup game to be more mentally assured of a result for the league game on Saturday.

{Ed025's Note - momentum is very important in any sport RK, that winning mentality is what makes champions stand out from the also rans, im not saying liverpool did not try or were not indeed the better side at anfield, but i do have a problem when supporters are happy that their team got knocked out mate..


9.) 01 Oct 2018 20:57:23
To be fair Ed25.several fringe players were given opportunity in that game and were not really good enough. Not happy we went out though. any silverware is better than none.

{Ed025's Note - getting beaten happens RaL to every team, my only issue is how a supporter can be happy about it mate..


10.) 01 Oct 2018 21:08:23
Spot on, Ed. Anyone saying "Oh, just as well. The EFL Cup is a Mickey Mouse Cup anyway" is lying to him/ her/ themselves, end of story. I don't like losing even a friendly so why would I accept losing a Cup game at home vs the chelsea? Now, I will say that us losing the Cup game did not dampen our momentum or lour determination to make up for it on Sat and our performance showed that tho, we could have won, They could have won as well and since neither team did not deserve to lose, a draw is a fair result. And mind you, getting a 10 points out of 12 from Chelsea, Palace, Leicester and Spurs (all away from home) is NOTHING to sneeze at. The momentum is there and we got to keep it going.

{Ed025's Note - momentum is still with you brover, as i said the only beef i had was a supporter being happy with the team going out of a competition mate..


11.) 01 Oct 2018 21:46:19
Post of the day.


12.) 01 Oct 2018 21:10:13
you are of course completely correct mate.


 

 

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1.) 13 Sep 2018 12:34:42
Perfect Reynard. Thanks for doing that.


 

 

 

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Der Spiegel gives a fair breakdown of the events and communications rumours. English version

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15 Oct 2018 23:17:44
Bert Trautmann? You might open a whole person can of worms Ed025 mate, but he did become a national hero for the 56 cup. I haven't heard his name for a LONG time.

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10 Oct 2018 15:08:18
I would think the most likely scenario is that he'll stay at Arsenal. I just can't envisage him moving away irrespective of the rumours and stories.

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Good move all around!

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09 Oct 2018 11:31:17
It is a story that emanates from that reliable beacon of truth. The S** tabloid. Seems utter nonsense.

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03 Dec 2018 16:03:57
Clearly this site is no longer one where varied opinions are allowed. Firstly, (as you rather abusively suggest) I did not make love to Marco Silva or anything so sordid. I've actually no doubt where my allegiances are but I try to see things (sometimes) through independent eyes. Next. I did not "b*tch" about Klopps celebration, I actually enjoyed it but thought immediately he will be charged by the FA for it. you should read the post properly. stop cherry picking negative points for your own end! The stats have a different picture from you, you are of course entitled to your view but please do not tell me that I have no entitlement to my view because bad editing on a site leads to conflict and unnecessary comments (I've already had comments on my facebook from a couple of people who know me on there calling me a "traitor". thanks for the abuse. It is utterly disgusting when the members abuse the editors but it is outright abuse of position when an editor decides to be so utterly abusive.

Reynard

{Ed0333's Note - I have no problem with abuse from any poster. In fact when I’m getting slaughtered I post every negative comment about me. It’s not my style to hide behind a keyboard or edit to my advantage. I have no ideas of grandeouse I’m just an average Joe who has an unhealthy love for Liverpool FC. I try not to ‘cherrypick’ in my editing and try and be objective and fair but sometimes this maybe misconstrued. I just felt you’re post was a tsunami of negativity and a bit ‘the grinch that stole Xmas’ after that ludicrous goal and the joyous post match celebrations. Divvy’s career was derailed because of a player intentionally trying to hurt him in a Merseyside derby, partly the celebrations were karmatic and a legacy of that heinous tackle. Furthermore i hope you didn’t get nasty messages on Facebook because of my reply to you’re post and if you did report them to the police the culprits will get a life sentence without parole. Rise above it mate you’re gonna have bigger problems in life or you could just block them? Also I’m not sure making love to Marco Silva would be so sordid just ask Ed’s 001, apparently he was tender and romantic.


 

 

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29 Nov 2018 10:51:03
We were very poor but the ref was even poorer and in all honesty I don't understand how their players were not given cards for play acting. I hope we pull it out of the bag against Napoli but I'm not convinced we will as our tactics in Europe this year are pretty poor. That said, I'd be happy if the lads made me eat humble pie.

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19 Nov 2018 14:00:11
Great read Ed001! Clement Atlee played for Fleet Town. and Gordon Brown was a nutter about Raith Rovers BUT I also remember an awkward Nicola Sturgeon confusing football with river dance (I'll upload the photo) lol.

Reynard

{Ed001's Note - there are literally thousands of them to be honest, but I didn't want to get into all of them. Though I did think about including Gordon Brown as he upset a lot of people by trying to prove he wasn't a bitter Scot and cheering on England in a major tournament and also named Gascoigne's goal against the Scots as the best goal he ever saw.}


 

 

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14 Nov 2018 10:28:55
Great read as usual Ed001.And I'd watch more football if they introduced "rock, paper, scissors" as a decider for multiple types of decision. lol. Imagine signing someone because they were good at rock, paper, scissors. lol.

Reynard

{Ed001's Note - that would be great. If there is an argument over whose throw in it should be, a quick game would settle it.}


 

 

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14 Nov 2018 10:17:42
Well done Snodgrass!

Reynard