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30 Dec 2017 20:33:31
Hi Ed2 first off Happy new year mate I hope it's a great one for you and your family!

Just wanted to ask a couple of questions if you had a spare moment.

A. Do we have any interest in Jean-Michael Seri of Nice? I'm guessing it's recycled news and there's no truth to that one?

B. Do you know anything about Liverpool contacting PSG regarding a loan move for Draxler?

Cheers mate.

Salah

{Ed002's Note - Happy holidays. Seri May be an option still but I suspect interest from elsewhere is more serious. However Liverpool still see Draxler as a potential Coutinho replacement but recently I am only aware of another English side enquiringly.}


1.) 30 Dec 2017 20:42:18
Thanks for the swift reply Ed2, appreciated. Have a good evening!


2.) 30 Dec 2017 22:14:10
Arsenal I think are interested.


3.) 30 Dec 2017 23:21:10
in draxler I should have said.


 

 

23 Dec 2017 22:40:44
Just a quick one.

I doubt it but just wanted to ask if there was ANY chance we could get Keita in January?

Salah

{Ed002's Note - No, that won’t be happening.}


1.) 23 Dec 2017 23:01:23
A shame but I expected that response, thanks again Ed2.


 

 

15 Dec 2017 09:08:16
Is it true Fenerbahce are interested in taking Grujic out on loan?

If so I think it'll be good for him, get him some real playing time and hopefully come back next season and crack on.

Salah

1.) 15 Dec 2017 10:05:40
Agree he needs to go out on loan to get regular playing time. But feel this must be in premiership in my opinion.


2.) 15 Dec 2017 11:07:40
He will easily replace Renato Sanchez at Swansea. Better to loan him out to a premier league club.


3.) 15 Dec 2017 12:07:04
He should be loaned out to either a Premiership team or Championship team, Shame Klopp ain't played him as surely he deserves a chance with all this rotation and can't be no worse than some.


4.) 16 Dec 2017 23:44:27
Today linked with Villa and Brighton on loan, much more palatable.


 

 

 

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24 Feb 2018 23:07:41
I think we've got so much to be excited about, the way we are playing, not just today but the majority of this season so far has been an improvement on last season we're looking truly special. It's been some time since I've been this excited about the future of our club.

I think on the performances we've been putting out we can beat anybody in the world, I genuinly believe that! forget the Barca, RM, City etc etc we are Liverpool and we're moving forward there's no doubt about it. I mean look at our team it's a unit, it's a proper team, a team effort sure we will have blips from time to time but this happens. I think Klopp is absolutely fantastic and the right man for the job, sure he's made plenty of mistakes but what manager hasn't you know? he is afterall only human.

There seems to be a big debate about Salah and Firmino, who is better lol I love them both, both put 100% in (as do most of the team these days) but if I had to choose a favourite it'd be Firmino, the lad is just unbelievable and I wouldn't swap him for ANY player. Salah knows where the goal is, he's absolutely fantastic there's no doubt about it and he's another one I wouldn't swap for anybody but to me Firmino just has it ALL and what I find exciting is since Coutinho left we've been playing better football, scoring more and Firmino is the better player without Coutinho in the team, atleast in my opinion he is?

The defense is looking a lot more solid these days, with quite a few players to thank for that, most notably VVD, Robertson and TAA/ Gomez. I just hope to see a more permanant line up in regards to the defense, I'm not particulary fond of the rotating going on but who am I to moan? it seems to be working so I'll go with it.

Karius I don't know about this lad, I have a real funny feeling he could shock everybody and could turn out to be really good for us or is that me been a little too excited? I don't know, time will tell but from what I'm seeing I'm happy with him.

You think of the squad we have right now, we are going to be adding Keita to that and whoever else? No wonder I'm excited, Keita is true class! his attitude concerns me a little but let's hope Klopp can sort his head out in regards to that. I think next season with Keita and a few other players coming in we're going to be a force to be reckoned with, we are now without other additions.

Top 4 we WILL get this season I have no doubt about that but to me we must improve on 4th spot and I think we will, with ease. The other teams up there are nowhere near as consistant as we are.

Anyway I must stop rambling on but on wards and upwards! Have a good weekend to all!

Salah

1.) 25 Feb 2018 05:58:12
Great post mate.


2.) 25 Feb 2018 06:10:08
Nice one Salah. Agree re Karius, hopefully the confidence of being number 1 helps him grow even more. If we don't get Alisson which ed2 is telling us isn't happening then jist persist with Karius.

The coverage I watched really didn't give him any credit for getting a glove to Arnautovic's lovely chip that he pushed onto the post. Love his quick release of the ball wherever possible as well.

{Ed002's Note - The problem with Alisson is that there is a better option, but he may not be first choice there and Klopp favours someone else.}


 

 

24 Feb 2018 17:00:53
Well done Liverpool! Could've quite easily of been 10-1 that! 2nd spot! now we can relax for a week :) Bring on Newcastle, on our recent performances we can beat anybody.

Salah

1.) 24 Feb 2018 17:09:36
We had SAS then the Fab Four now The Three musketeers.


 

 

24 Feb 2018 10:25:48
Good morning Eds/ reds - I woke up far too early today and I'm bored out of my head waiting for 3 o clock to come. Whilst we wait, predictions?

I don't think it'll be easy, no game is but I think we'll win comfortably I'm going to go for a 3-0 win.

Have a great day to all! (hopefully we can anyway)

Salah

1.) 24 Feb 2018 10:33:13
I’d love a 2-0 and our defense to look strong.


2.) 24 Feb 2018 10:33:28
I can't see that happening.
It's the 25th anniversary of the great Bobby Moore's death and I believe that the Hammers will put in a performance to do the man justice.
He only won once at Anfield in 1963 in all his West Ham days, and it took until 2015 before that was repeated.
Hopefully we get a hard won three points today and it's a fitting match to mark the occasion.


3.) 24 Feb 2018 10:39:02
I see a slip up possibly 1-3 today. Hopefully we get the win and further our course for top 4.

{Ed025's Note - no slip up today walter, 2nd is very much on the horizon mate but winning at home against the likes of the "ammers" is vital..


4.) 24 Feb 2018 10:57:14
Don't get me wrong, a 1-0 would do me just fine but wouldn't do my heart any good until the final whistle so I'd rather us score a couple as early as we can. No excuses today, football is football, we are the better team, even if they do park the bus we have the quality to get past that, or I'd like to think so atleast.


5.) 24 Feb 2018 11:16:39
I don't like to do predictions but since negativejoker said we will lose 3-1, i say we will win 4-0!


6.) 24 Feb 2018 11:39:35
Nostradamus doesn’t like doing predictions? 😂.


7.) 24 Feb 2018 11:56:37
Don’t like the predictions or the fact we should win. Shades of Swansea again today. Would take scrappy 1-0 win.


8.) 24 Feb 2018 12:14:04
Well Nostradamus did predictions, i just like the guy's story.
I'd take a scrappy 1-0 as well!


9.) 24 Feb 2018 12:20:41
Solid performance today I think West Ham will revert to being a shambles at the back when Salah scores after 18 mins. From there we will slice through them have some shoddy finishing but a late goal from a young substitute wraps up the 4-0!


10.) 24 Feb 2018 12:32:30
We are sometimes prone to slip ups but increasingly rarely, and even less so at home.

I’m going for a 2-0.


11.) 24 Feb 2018 12:26:52
Ed025 mate long time but you are very much correct if we want 2nd we have to win at home no excuses.

{Ed025's Note - hiya barry, these are the games you have to win mate, its alright beating the citys and chelseas of this world but it means nothing unless you see off the lesser lights and thats been one of liverpools problems in the past..


12.) 24 Feb 2018 13:20:56
Think it’ll be a tough one today. They have a few key players balck from injury.


13.) 24 Feb 2018 13:23:34
We will win today.


14.) 24 Feb 2018 13:11:41
Totally agree I'd take a well earned 1-0 win. I like your enthusiasm edd 25.and really hope you are right.
A second place finish would be some really good progression under klopp. Most will know I am not the biggest klopp fan but even I would have to acknowledge his and teams progress.


15.) 24 Feb 2018 16:49:55
Well I am very glad I got that wrong. Good prediction Nostradmus2.0.


 

 

21 Feb 2018 13:43:25
On this day in 2007, Liverpool defeated Barcelona 2-1 at the Nou Camp. Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise the goalscorers.

Salah

1.) 21 Feb 2018 13:52:23
They went for a game of golf to celebrate.


2.) 21 Feb 2018 14:15:41
I am now 21 so I only really started following football and specificaly Liverpool religiously for the start of that season. Obviously this means I just missed Istanbul AND the Gerrard final. So beating Barcelona away goes down as my greatest childhood moment. What a feeling.


3.) 21 Feb 2018 14:22:08
I'm still not over the final that year 😪.


4.) 21 Feb 2018 15:02:14
im still not over the 88 fa cup final if that helps MK.


5.) 21 Feb 2018 15:59:21
The only English side to do that in CL. ❤️.


6.) 21 Feb 2018 16:50:09
Greatest football moment in history.


7.) 21 Feb 2018 17:01:53
Same here beef, I'm only 18 so I don't remember Istanbul sadly but I remember the year in which we lost in the final. Some great memories though of sneaking downstairs when I was meant to be in bed and switching on the spare tv just to watch us in the champions league and hoping not to get caught. Good times but I'm still gutted that I never properly experienced Istanbul.


8.) 21 Feb 2018 20:10:11
With you on that final, MK. Rafa played too conservative esp. when we went a goal down and waited too long to put Crouch on and go two up top. When he did, we got a goal back and Milan were on their heels BUT not enough time to force the issue. IMO, we screwed ourselves out of getting no. 6 w/ such an approach.


 

 

20 Feb 2018 12:36:24
I was just reading down the page and something caught my eye from what MK had said. I quote.

'These are role models for children. Defending Aguero's actions is very dangerous. He's assaulted a spectator and we can't teach kids that it is acceptable to hit people who say something you don't agree with or like. You deal with this stuff professionally.
'
You took the words out of my mouth with that statement mk, my 11 year old boy saw it and was gobsmacked, luckily he's at the age he knows it was stupid of Aguero to do that. Younger children who saw it, may think it's ok to do at schools etc. Players like Aguero and Suarez etc etc the list goes on, they have no respect for children who lookup to them as their idols. We need to see some sort of action against Aguero for what he's done, it is in no way acceptable.

End of the day they are meant to be professional footballers, acting like that when millions of people are watching is in no way professional, it's pathetic and needs dealing with. Some role model.

Totally agreed with the rest of your post MK but this bit stood out to me, nice one mate.

Salah

1.) 20 Feb 2018 13:02:19
It really is just unprofessionalism and a poor example to set for children.

Maybe the fan has said something vulgar? Maybe he did spit but the cameras didn't catch it? That is besides the point though. Aguero hit him in the face. Call it a punch. Call it a slap. Call it a push. Aguero swung an arm at his face. Period.

He has then proceded to chase the guy and try and hit him again, having to be pulled away by a couple of people and dragged down the tunnel by what looked like a member of the City coaching staff.

He is a 29 year old man, and he was working at the time. He has to grow up and accept that on live telly he has just advocated violent retaliation to millions of children. It's unacceptable. If you can't handle it, go down the tunnel straight after the final whistle.


2.) 20 Feb 2018 13:55:51
I agree he shouldn’t have lashed out but if it’s true he was spat at, then frankly I’m not surprised. They’re professionals but they’re also humans and there’s no excuse for surrounding, taunting and spitting at players if it’s true, I defy you, however professional you are, to keep your cool if that’s what happened.

Frankly the behaviour from both sets of fans was deplorable.


3.) 20 Feb 2018 13:56:37
At one of my workplaces, a colleague of mine was fired for being too forceful in pulling a man away from a pregnant woman he was screaming at and then pushed. Will Augero even get a slap on the wrist?


4.) 20 Feb 2018 14:00:47
If you physically attack a spectator, you already lose the moral high ground and hence, you lose the argument for any defence you may have. It is that simple. Those defending his actions is the reason our society is rotten to the core with no morals, no accountability with the "I confess he did it" or "He started it" attitude that is ravaging our civic society. To me, if you defend such nonsense, it tells us a lot more about you than it does about Aguero cos it tells me that you would do the exact same thing were you in his position. Again, it is that simple.


5.) 20 Feb 2018 14:19:00
I've seen all the footage available (to the public) of the incident and cannot see any spitting SGred. That is the excuse coming out of the City camp though so i thought I'd mention it.

I've had far worse done at work and kept my cool. My last boss squared up to me and screamed expletives in my face. He was 50+ years old and i was 23 at the time so he was trying to tread me down because he was on a power trip. He was so close i could feel his breath and spit on my face. I calmly told him he was being unprofessional and that i was leaving his office, maturely walked away, reported him to HR, and put my notice in two weeks later after I found a new job.

Aguero is big enough and ugly enough to rise above this sort of behaviour, even if there was spit or vulgar language involved. I can't vouch for what was said but i certainly can't see any spitting or even a motion to do it. Sounds like a soft excuse to me, to try and deflect away from Aguero's actions.


6.) 20 Feb 2018 14:46:02
Brover, if it's true that a fan spat in his face or he felt threatened- I must admit that I'd have the same reaction. Maybe it's my upbringing but if a bully assaulted me I'm not going to stroll away regardless of how scared I'd be-perhaps that's where we differ in generations. It may be the actions of a Neanderthal or maybe if a guy strolled into my work place after hours and threatened me I'd stand my ground. I don't believe this was a cantona assault. This was a lad face to face and he reacted. I don't like the guy but he is human and flawed. It was mentioned about kids seeing this and being affected. Can we not be so precious and realise sometimes it's not black and white and that the world isn't as fair as it should be. I get your frustrated point brover and I'm not attacking. I'm just suggesting sometimes there is vindication in unsavoury acts as un pc as they appear in this world of today. I don't condone violence but if I'm ever graced with children I'd prefer to point out what a scumbag the fan was first and foremost.


7.) 20 Feb 2018 15:09:10
Been spat at in my opinion is as bad as been punched if not worse but Aguero is a professional, well, we thought he was. He should've just walked away if that was the case n went through the proper channels, lashing out like he did, he did himself no favours.

I'm not defending Suarez in any single way because he's a nutter but can you imagine if that was him last night? he'd of been plastered on every single newspaper and action would be taken against him, that's fact not opinion. I'll be very disappointed if there's no action taken against Aguero.

I honestly don't buy it that he was even spat at, I really don't, they are just trying to justify it which is absolutely pathetic IF that is the case.


8.) 20 Feb 2018 15:27:57
If you spit in someone’s face you can’t really have any complaints if you then get lamped to be fair, two wrongs don’t make a right though and aguero shouldn’t have lashed out like that when there is a high risk of a riot breaking out around him, that’s if he was spat at, it didn’t look like it to me.


9.) 20 Feb 2018 15:32:37
I do agree it is not as bad as Cantona. He had no reason to feel threatened unlike Aguero. So you can argue Aguero has lashed out in panic.

It is the fact that Aguero chases after him to try and hit him again though, that really makes this bad. He's not happy throwing his fist in the guys face instinctively, he wants to hit him again.

I understand that parents can explain to their kids that it is wrong, but as someone who was a kid about 8 years ago, i can categorically confirm that no child 100% listens to their parents. Parents should not have to do it. Doesn't it seem a bit ridiculous that people are happy to ban a fan for life just for approaching a player and saying a few words, but reluctant to ban the player who turned it into a fist fight?

There is no defence for Aguero here. The only real question is, was the fan as bad as him (did they spit)? If they did spit, maybe that reduces Aguero's ban slightly. He still deserves to be banned though. I just can't believe i just took a 24 point penalty on my fantasy team reshuffling 6 players to get enough money to swap in Aguero 🤦🏻 he scored 4 goals; i was weak!


10.) 20 Feb 2018 15:33:28
Totally disagree, if he spat at him I don't blame him whatsoever, if someone spat at you wherever you were work or otherwise would you turn the other cheek? I certainly wouldn't I'd of reacted far more aggressively than Aguero did. Fed up of this self righteous moralising, good on you Sergio.


11.) 20 Feb 2018 15:36:43
Let's hope they get docked 18 points!


12.) 20 Feb 2018 15:42:39
'Right, who brought the rope boys. We'll string him up on that tree'.

Guys, this is a massive overreaction, Aguero's actions wern't violent, they were provoked and this is a storm in tea cup.

I've had to watch the video five times to try and figure out the awful thing I must have missed before realising this is just a ridiculous witch hunt.


13.) 20 Feb 2018 15:56:04
I think the real tragedy is indeed the fantasy football league mk 😉 I'm sure a number of people are going to be desperately reshuffling their squad. I agree with you about him chasing after the fan but again I'd say it was more reactionary. Caught in the moment. Lots of bodies with grappling hands and fight or flight mentality. Anyone who has been assaulted could attest to such things. The fan didn't exactly run away with his tail between his legs and continued to harass the lad- from my viewing he wasn't alone either with another lad going for aguero as well. It was messy and bad for the game regardless of the fallout. Again I stress, I'm not condoning violence but he's human. The bigger issue were both sets of fans imo and obviously allowing fans to invade the pitch. It's such a shame that this has overshadowed pep and his "legends" and their inability to meet defeat with class or respect. Long may the love in continue with that muppet because with the money spent and the players brought in, any manager in England could be on top of the premier league at the moment.


14.) 20 Feb 2018 16:05:21
I’m with you Putney. Just watched it now - was expecting a proper punch or at least a jab. I’ve been hit and pushed harder getting on a train at rush hour. It would seem as if the Wigan fan is proper goading him as well. Nothing in it for me.


15.) 20 Feb 2018 16:14:01
Putney Red is right, hand bags. Clearly a slow week in the world of lfc if we're debating prats from Wigan and little Ken.


16.) 20 Feb 2018 16:33:12
"Weren't violent"? He hit someone in the face and then chased after them to hit them again 😂

If that is acceptable anywhere in modern society, it's a joke. You might all say "I'd have done it to" but i really don't think most people would. It was the kind of reaction you expect from a 12 year old, not a 29 year old public figure on live tele at the time! Even IF he spat, so what? It's just a bit of saliva for gods sake. In all honesty, i think I'd have laughed at how pathetic the bloke was and drove to my £3m home in my £150k Range Rover, to spend the night with my supermodel wife whilst he spent the night worrying about never being allowed back into a football stadium.

Sometimes you just have to step back, and wise up. People who target you are usually just jealous and they want a reaction. Aguero has behaved with petulance and a lack of class and I'd like to think he knows that and is already preparing an apology with his lawyers.


17.) 20 Feb 2018 16:35:19
Hyperbole living strong!


18.) 20 Feb 2018 16:48:58
I heard the fan was singing the new Mo Salah song Adam and Aguero had a hissy fit because of it mentioning his religion 😉

Jesus Aguero is only human and no one knows what went on.


19.) 20 Feb 2018 16:54:07
Aguero may have made a mistake. Everyone acting like they never made a mistake on here. Talk about role models yes I understand but many parents/ brothers/ sisters are potential role models but they will stay make mistakes. The footage will be looked at and he will be dealt with if found guilty, end of. Aguero maybe wrong but I think it is unfair to compare him to the likes of Suarez when it comes to unprofessionalism.

Suarez did things a numerous of times despite the club backing him publicly and each time it was for his own personal agenda not the clubs.


20.) 20 Feb 2018 16:54:44
MK, you've got carried away on your high horse.


21.) 20 Feb 2018 17:03:09
Wow. I'll leave it at that.


22.) 20 Feb 2018 17:23:55
I agree with sgred. They are high paid sport stars but they are also human beings (not sure about zlatan) . If you've ever been to a game you may know how Charged the atmosphere can be. My auntie lives in London and is a Palace fan, she used to take me when they played Liverpool.

She also took me to Millwall Palace and I tell you it was crazy, the players were proper going for it with the physical challenges I think there were two red cards, one of each side and there were loads of yellow cards. The Palace forward (big blonde bloke, long hair) was getting battered but he was giving it back, he kept squaring up to Millwall players. Halfway through the 2nd half these two blokes stood up about 10/ 15 rows back (we were in the Palace end, behind the goal) they took off their black leather jackets and had blue Millwall shirts on.

No one did anything but the Millwall lads started punching people, a few Palace fans reacted and then the stewards split it up and took the Millwall lads away. The sad thing is they were both over 35, probably over 40. You would have thought they would have grown up by 40. I was only 12/13 and was quite scared. Millwall were singing about ambulances and stuff, and we fans were told to stay in the stadium after the game.

My point, or rather sgred's point, is that after a charged game, when you get beat, an important game and someone spits on you, I can understand aguero hitting out, I probably would too.

Oh, the Palace game was a draw I think 2 2. Could have been 1 1, 3 2 or 2 1. I can't remember, it was 25 years ago.


23.) 20 Feb 2018 18:03:53
Those were majorly messed up times super salah. Millwall have always been nutters though. I know it still goes on but at least it's not glorified in the media as much as it used to be. Surprising really with sky at almost every game. ah come on back mk, sure it's a grand bit of banter.


24.) 20 Feb 2018 18:33:36
It still goes on in the lower league aoe. I am very glad those days are behind us, it still happens on a small scale in the Premier league but it's organised and goes on away from the stadiums and away from the Real fans and their kids. Animals without brains. I hate violence with a passion but I also hate people who spit at people, Aguero didn't start it, he reacted. That i can understand, it wasn't good behaviour of course but it was human behaviour, understandable.


25.) 20 Feb 2018 18:34:13
I really think ya'll are blowing this up a bit. Its more complex than aguero shouldn't punch somebody right? I mean this powder puff compared to bowyer and dyer!


26.) 20 Feb 2018 18:54:06
I think it's two mindsets on the site to be honest. I could be wrong but it appears to be those defending aguero are roughly 30+ and those under are condemning it. Maybe I'm reading too much in to it. There is a generation gap between those who remember the world before the internet and those that have grown up with it. It's rare I've seen such an argument equally split.


27.) 20 Feb 2018 18:55:43
MK, everyone is different mate. That you can self-regulate in that situation iant to say others can. And crucially, given all the context it is also not to say or expect that with all that added complexity on the pitch, that we would expect any player to self-regulate and walk away. that's why we have laws, security at the stadiums etc zeroing in on aguero here to me high idealistic and has lost all the context from a highly-charged and emotional situation.


28.) 20 Feb 2018 20:56:40
It's a personal choice to be fair Faith. I got into a fight at 12 years old and it ended with me choking my class mate until he passed out and then giving him a black eye as he fell to the floor. Swore I'd never use violence as a means of retaliation/ revenge again.

4 years later i got into a serious argument with my brother and i put my fist through a door instead of hitting him. I do not agree with it under any circumstances, unless you feel you are in danger and it is your only means of defence. That is why i can forgive the first swing from Aguero as it may have been a scared panic. To go after him though was a clear act of vengeance that should have been punished. Never mind though. We move on i guess. He's got away with it now so it's done and dusted.


29.) 20 Feb 2018 21:02:02
aoe - you're probably right there! I'm 33 and on the 'leave aguero alone' side! I like to think our age and maturity helps to bring life experience to the debate lol :p to our under 30s, I am kidding of course!

back to the point, have made my stance pretty clear in that it is too simple to expect aguero to do the right thing so to speak. obviously the highest moral standard is the ideal, but as is life, these things are grey with layers of complexity. for me FA came up with the most pragmatic outcome.


30.) 20 Feb 2018 21:23:53
Mk, no one is disagreeing about the choice. Your punitive approach to disseminating the situation in this instance lacks a bit of context. in all of your examples they seem fair in the context. In this case no player should be expected to have to deal with a fan on the pitch. once the fan is on the pitch, all bets are off until the people who are paid to control and de-escalate those situations do their job. I must stress tho that I agree with the ideal! just that the added layer of context makes it not so easy to say that aguero should do this or that!


 

 

 

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23 Feb 2018 23:28:04
If there's any truth to it, I think it's almost certain another team will beat us to his signature. Plus from what I've read on here we have hsown no interest anyway which kind of shocks me. Having said all of this, there's still plenty time for him to sign another contract at Spurs, I think it's too early to say about him leaving Spurs right now.

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22 Feb 2018 12:58:13
I hope he can crack on between now and summer and show his worth because this lad has potential, real potential. I've followed him for quite a while now and was a bit gutted he went out on loan but at the same time was hoping it'd help him more. I now fear his time with us is about to come to an end, fingers crossed this isn't the case and luck is on his side a little more. I think the last time I was as excited about one of our youngsters was Suso, we have some great other youngsters of course but them 2 stood out for me.

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22 Feb 2018 08:13:31
Personally I think it's fat too early to be thinking about who we'll get, the only guaranteed one we're interested in seems to be Navas, for now atleast, I see us been linked with quite a few before summer so going to wait until then before over thinking it.

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21 Feb 2018 22:00:30
I'm sure there's more on the radar just incase, we're probably scouting god knows how many, let's just wait until the summer and see what happens.

Salah

 

 

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21 Feb 2018 13:37:00
cheers carra mate.

Salah

 

 

 

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24 Feb 2018 20:47:22
Lol I wouldn't go as far to say he is 'outstanding' he's proved to be a good buy so far for us there's no doubt about that but saying he's outstanding is going a little too far.

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24 Feb 2018 18:24:25
I agree with you mate, I want a draw too.

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24 Feb 2018 10:57:14
Don't get me wrong, a 1-0 would do me just fine but wouldn't do my heart any good until the final whistle so I'd rather us score a couple as early as we can. No excuses today, football is football, we are the better team, even if they do park the bus we have the quality to get past that, or I'd like to think so atleast.

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24 Feb 2018 07:22:02
Oh I know, it's about time, it's dragged like hell.

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24 Feb 2018 07:14:37
Every time I hear about Salah he does nothing but impress me, on and off the pitch, what a man.

I think it's a huge problem the lack of police presence at grounds these days, what has to happen before real police are back in the grounds, it's ridiculous and an accident waiting to happen, there's far too many thugs around, stewards can't do much and why should they, they're paid peanuts. All it seems to come down to in my opinion is complete greed.

Lol love the picture Ed!

Salah