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15 Oct 2018 20:40:37
Is Mane injured whilst out on international duty as well now?
Broken thumb?

The Juicer

1.) 16 Oct 2018 13:06:23
Surely he could play with a broken thumb?

2.) 16 Oct 2018 16:55:37
He has no chance of being fit for a game of Subuteo anyway.

3.) 16 Oct 2018 18:29:00
The thumbs up/ down response to this seems a little insensitive to be honest.



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The Juicer

1.) 20 Jun 2015 23:39:35
I wouldn't rule out the illuminati.



31 Jan 2014 11:36:22
The Guardian (no less) reporting that the redevelopment plans are moving forward apace.
Fingers crossed, there could be real progress this year, it all looks good to go if and when the demolition is done.
Only two owners, of four houses, still holding out.
Is that the two buy-to-let landlords that were supposedly going to sue the Council / LFC?
Maybe, just maybe, there will be spades in the ground before 2014 is out?

The Juicer



28 Dec 2013 11:16:29
Aspas out / on loan in January?
Heard anything ed001 or 002?

The Juicer

{Ed001's Note - not that I am aware of, it would seem highly unlikely considering our lack of options up top.}

1.) I too was seeking the views of the eds on aspas, if u don't think he will go what is his future then? Will his playing time now gradually increase? He wasn't playing before when fit despite an early goal spree in preseason so are we going to give him time and a chance and is he willing to be patient?

{Ed001's Note - it is still early days for him, I expect him to get a few more chances over the course of the season, but he was bought for the long term. I am told he is being worked hard to increase his strength, as there is a feeling he is too weak at the moment. I would think that will help him a lot, as I do agree that he seems far too weak at the moment and is easily knocked off the ball.}



08 Nov 2013 11:10:34
Looking like Sterling out on loan to Spain ed002?
One out, one in? {Ed002's Note - I understand that a loan is being considered as he wants more playing time. As to whether or not he will be moving to Spain I don't know. Options of a move to an EPL side are very limited.}

The Juicer

1.) 08 Nov 2013 12:05:21
I don't know if it happens very often but do Dutch sides ever show an interest in loaning in young English players? Its a great league for young players to develop in.

YNWAdam {Ed002's Note - Dutch clubs take players on loan as do clubs of other countries. I suspect the Championship might make a more likely destination.}

2.) 08 Nov 2013 12:46:32
If that is the case Ed, I'd like to see him at QPR. It is the club he started his career at, and its flying high in the league. My main reason though is because of who is the manager. Harry Redknapp has this incredible ability to bring the best out of wingers. Bale, Townsend and Lennon being the best examples. I mean if he can make Lennon play well, he can get Sterling firing! Any chance we could see some interest from QPR as they look to maintain their title push?

YNWAdam {Ed002's Note - I really have no idea - the world does not revolve around a Liverpool kiddie.}

3.) 08 Nov 2013 16:54:33
Out of interest Ed002, why is a loan to an EPL side unlikely? {Ed002's Note - As I said, options of a move to an EPL side are very limited - many who might consider the kid are already covered as their loan slots are taken up.}

4.) 08 Nov 2013 18:25:42
Ah, thanks Ed. There was me thinking it was something heinous!




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01 Nov 2018 16:44:00
It's looking like Hendo and Keita are out for the Arsenal match?
Starting midfield three predictions?

The Juicer

1.) 01 Nov 2018 17:33:31
Fab, wiji, milner. Picks itself.

{Ed025's Note- yes mate, if the team is riddled with injuries then i suppose fabinho will have to play.. :)

2.) 01 Nov 2018 17:49:04
Shaqiri in for Milner for me.

{Ed025's Note - maybe shaq for fab?, milner is a very good player dezy..

3.) 01 Nov 2018 18:12:43
Hendo and Keita definitely out then? Ed025 you are funny mate love the banter. Take it your no fan of Fab? He walks into your midfield mate though I have to say.

{Ed025's Note - i dont think he gets in accringtons midfield banger..thats how high i rate him, but its all about opinions mate..

4.) 01 Nov 2018 19:07:35
Gini, shaq and milner.

5.) 01 Nov 2018 19:35:17
Gini Shaq and Milner is 2 open against Arsenal. We need 3 battlers in there. Has to be Fabinho.

6.) 01 Nov 2018 18:57:05
Lmao. Really? What so bad about him in your eyes mate?

{Ed025's Note - i just dont think hes a good player mate, i have seen quite a bit of him banger and i dont think he fits, just my opinion of course..

7.) 01 Nov 2018 21:11:04
Ed25, you may think Fab is a lemon BUT for now, he is proving you wrong with his performance so far IMO even tho, he is still bedding into the team, the PL and the city itself. We will see if he is a lemon or not in the coming months so we can see all that lemon all over your face, lol. Cheers, man.

{Ed025's Note - if he proves me wrong brover i will hold my hands up mate, he will do ok against the huddersfields and cardiffs of this world im sure, but lets see how he gets on in the big games against the likes of fernandinho, kante and gomes mate, i wait with baited breath..i do enjoy our debates..peace..

8.) 01 Nov 2018 21:28:20
You made a good point until you mentioned Gomes Ed025.

{Ed025's Note - believe me taurus this guy is the dogs doo dah,s mate, the problem is we wont be able to keep hold of him as he has a £70m buy out clause with barca and let me tell you thats the bargain of the century, you will see for yourself in december when we play you just how good he is..

9.) 02 Nov 2018 00:34:29
Gomes 😂😂😂.

10.) 02 Nov 2018 06:17:02
ed25, gomes may do okay against the like of huddersfield etc but as soon as he comes up against a decent team he goes missing lol what did you do against an abysmal UTD? There is a reason Barcelona have been trying to offload him to anyone that will take him for the last year.

{Ed025's Note - he was actually the best player on the pitch swish, the guy is quality and it was certainly not down to him that we lost mate, but then again you probably rate hendo and fabinho so you would,nt know a good midfielder if one bit you on the arse.. :)

11.) 02 Nov 2018 10:46:58
Barca tried to use Gomes as a makeweight for coutinho and Pogba, desperate to get rid of him is an understatement.

{Ed001's Note - he is not that good, just looks better in comparison to a reckless headless chicken who can't pass five yards alongside him in Gueye. Decent player like Gomes, but he would not get in any top midfield, which is why he is at Everton and they will only struggle to hold onto him if say West Ham decide they want him....}

12.) 02 Nov 2018 12:24:50
Ed001, wahahaha. fancy you putting West Ham above Everton! i wonder how Ed025 is taking that!

Ed025 reminds me of a young Carragher though. He kinda believes that every player at Everton is the best in their position in the league or even for their country. Sadly, no one outside of Goodison shares his view.

In all fairness, they are not doing too badly, just 2 points behind Man Utd, who happen to be 8th. *winks*.

13.) 02 Nov 2018 13:59:43
Spot on, Ed01 and Sgnwa. I think Ed25 is trying WAY too hard to sell us this idea that Gomes is a good player and that he is better than Fab or Hendo (I don't know who is better, really) whereas, he forgets that some of us have actually seen him play and think he is awful. As for Gueye, they were calling him Baby Kante, lol. What does that nonsense even mean? He is nowhere near Kante's quality. He is a total headless chicken who dives into tackles recklessly and whose passing is pathetically woeful. Ed25 if you are about, you're working too hard to convince us of what we truly don't believe. Chill out, man.

14.) 02 Nov 2018 10:06:40
Ed25, please tell me you rate Wijnaldum highly? i know fab hasn't had much PL game time but he's done well in the games he's played and was a beast at monaco. i would just like to know your reasoning and if you rate gini?

{Ed025's Note - he is having a good season actually aussie but i have to be honest and say that im not a massive fan, last season he was in and out and seemed to perform when he felt like it, the penny may have dropped now i suppose because hes a lot more consistent this year but he will have to do it over a longer period for me to sing his praises mate..

15.) 02 Nov 2018 10:58:30
Ed25, Ed02 said that Gomes was part of the players Barcelona wanted to include in the Cou deal and clearly, we passed on him. Gomes is a decent player and nothing more, IMO. Comparing him with Hendo and Fab is a false narrative cos not sure anyone said either or both were better than him. However, I do remember when Evertonians were saying how Barkley or how Arsenal fans said Wilshere would have better careers (esp. with England) than Hendo would. How's that working out exactly at this point?

Oh, yeah. Hendo was both England and LFC capt. (still club capt. ) while Wilshere is nowhere to be found and Barkley is just coming back from being a rank flop for four years. I mean, the guy was so jealous of Hendo that he tried to injure him TWICE during derby games. Sorry bro a. k. a Ed25, your judgement on players cannot be relied upon, sadly for your lot of fans. Like I said, we shall see who the lemon is BUT based on the record I posted, it ain't looking too good for you. Cheers, man.

{Ed025's Note - barca wanted couts under any circumstances brover and to get him only messi was exempt to be part of any deal, never been a big barkley fan myself mate so im afraid your argument is wasted on me, but gomes is a class a class act and if you watch him maybe you could inform us as to where you think he stands in relation to your own midfielders my friend..peace..

16.) 02 Nov 2018 12:23:41
You can't say Fabinho is poor and at the same time rate Gomes, who is actually dreadful 90% of the time Ed025.

{Ed025's Note - i certainly can scholes, this weekend try and take in both our games and come back and tell me who is the more effective fabinho or gomes, and i will know if your lying mate.. :)

17.) 02 Nov 2018 17:16:57
Ed025 I know Milner isn't a bad player and you don't rate fab but I like the idea of a proper defensive midfielder and shaqiri as attacking midfielder.

{Ed025's Note - yeah i get that dezy, but with fabinho being the new carlton palmer i think milner offers more mate.. :)

18.) 02 Nov 2018 17:39:41
Come on ed025, I can appreciate how you don't rate Hendo or how you think Fabs a bad fit for us, but to think Gomes is a top midfielder comparable to Kante in terms of their quality? Whew.

{Ed025's Note - i never said he was comparable to kante zpecialone, kante is the number 1midfielder in europe mate..

19.) 02 Nov 2018 19:00:27
Will have to see them in a number of games to make a clear judgement of the two Ed.

{Ed025's Note - thats fair scholesy mate..

20.) 02 Nov 2018 20:36:45
Ed25, I did not say you were a fan of Barkley, per se. My point was that Everton fans were bigging him up and frankly, he is poor and my point was not to trust your fans' opinions on players cos reality has proven them wrong. That point was not directed to you directly. Also, I have actually seen Gomes play WAY before he came to Everton and he is decent at best, and I am being nice here.

Unlike you tho, I am not comparing Gomes to any of our midfielders (you are the one doing that for some reason) for now as I am not stupid enuff to claim to sure that Gomes can't succeed in the PL or that Fab will. Only time will tell. Peace, my friend.

{Ed025's Note - all fans have a bias towards their own players brover so the trust issue you have with everton fans is mirrored towards the red half for us, gomes was good at valencia but has not really shone at barca but some players just suit the premier league and i believe he is one mate, as you say time will tell but we all have opinions and even though at the outset they are basically guesses we all profess to knowing our onions when it comes to football, it would be pretty boring if we all thought the same though and i enjoy a debate as much as the next guy...even though im the piers morgan of the site.. :) peace man..



28 Oct 2018 20:24:22
Everton caved in, as usual, at Man Utd.
Quite appropriate really in the circumstances.

The Juicer

{Ed025's Note - i dont think thats true juicer, yes we are not the finished article by any means, but for a team in transition i thought we done ok mate..

1.) 28 Oct 2018 21:15:18
Ed025, I thought Everton played well, particularly in the first half, and just lacked a cutting edge. I certainly don’t think they ‘caved in’. And that tackle by Gueye on Martial was never a penalty but don’t get me started on Moss as a referee - he is either completely incompetent or something far worse.

{Ed025's Note - yeah moss is poor wirral, i dont want to use him as an excuse though mate, they were the better team on the day i thought..

2.) 28 Oct 2018 21:22:49
Agreed ed you are playing better football, attacking and better quality of player and the keeper is amazing a real steal he doesn't believe in letting penalties, excellent distribution an has a real prescence about him . If Bernard scores there u draw or win that game Utd held on in the end .

{Ed025's Note - yeah hailstones the supporters in general are pleased with the progress we are making, a long way to go until we threaten the top 6 of course but i feel if we can get a top goalscorer in come january then we will progress even further, well thats the plan mate..cheers..

3.) 28 Oct 2018 21:23:33
Utd won because they dropped that lemon Lukaku, Ed025 😃.

{Ed025's Note - very possibly juicer, they had a more fluid attack without him and i thought martial was excellent, but for me motm was gomes who i thought had a stormer mate and we will do well to hold on to him come the summer..

4.) 28 Oct 2018 22:03:45
It was always going to take time ed and also mistakes along the way but slowly but surely Everton are getting it together you have the resources and business clout now that was missing before and the right players are being put together and the dead wood is shifted out couple of seasons Everton will b strong and challenging top 4.

{Ed025's Note - i would love to think so hailstones mate..

5.) 28 Oct 2018 23:10:32
Ed25, your lot were actually pretty sound today, mate. Not sure about Richarlison at CF but all in all, you guys did the business BUT just lacked the cutting edge in the final third. Gylfi was poor today and Gana was not all that better. As you said, Gomes was solid.

I just think that had Tosun played up top (he is a natural CF) and not Richarlison, Everton would have had the cutting edge they needed to trouble that bungling CB pair of Smalling and Lindeloff. Keep going, man and stick w/ Silva cos you may have a good one on your hands, mate.

{Ed025's Note - i tend to agree brover richie is wasted as a stopgap CF and needs to play on the left, i would have started with either DCL or tosun myself but im not sure silva trusts either of them yet, we done ok i think without taking the game by the scruff of the neck and a few players under performed i feel but its still miles better than last season, we are on the right road though mate and in another couple of windows time i hope to see us looking to break in to that top 6..

6.) 29 Oct 2018 01:20:17
I think your manager got it wrong with the starting 11 today ed. Richarlison is a good player but he looks lost and isolated up top and only began to get involved and effect the game when he dropped deeper. He's not a back to goal kind of player and prefers to take people on. Instantly looked more at home when he was put back in his favoured left wing position.

Tosun isn't anything special but he works hard and seems to Know a thing or two about hitting the back of the net. I'd have started him up top. Also, the sooner you bench Walcott, the better - total headless chicken, he is. Lookman had more of an impact in the little he played in that game than Walcott did in the entirety of the time he was on the pitch, I'd definitely start him over Walcott - I must say, he looks a talented young player. I would mention Bernard but I'm not sure how effective he'd be off the right and richarlison is a better option on the left hand side.

{Ed025's Note - i happen to agree with all of that lemuel, if silva gets the boot i will be proposing you as our new manager mate.. :)

7.) 29 Oct 2018 07:27:42
Agreed ed25 Gomes looked pretty decent for you guys.

{Ed025's Note - he looks very tasty para, keeping hold of him after summer may be a problem though mate..

8.) 29 Oct 2018 09:24:32
Ed025, I like what I'm seeing in the toffees lately. Am i in the minority that wishes if Liverpool don't win the league the next best thing is Everton winning it? I know I'm living in the past but as a local Fazakerley boy up until aged 18, but I have ever fond memories of going with a mate who had 2 Gladys street season tickets to regular Everton games and only wish the club the utmost success.

9.) 29 Oct 2018 11:12:03
Very much on your own there Burkey, wouldn't give that crowd a virus.

10.) 29 Oct 2018 12:17:01
Everton have been in transition longer than us and same old crap results against any team of any significance. UTD are appalling yet still came out with a win. Can’t see them finishing in the top 6 anytime soon. There are teams developing far quicker than them with a lot less money spent. I wish they played the likes of UTD like they try and play us - kicking crap out of our players. . at least they might take a few of their players out and get a few reds on the way.

11.) 29 Oct 2018 22:51:20
Ed25, Lookman is the ONLY one I would take from Everton, right now. The boy is legit. I saw him at RBL last season (while checking out Naby) and he was brilliant. Scored on his debut over there as well. Why Silva plays Walcott (complete dross of a player) over him, beggars belief.

{Ed025's Note - i think you might take gomes as well brover, you have nothing as good as him at the moment mate well until naby starts performing anyway..



24 Sep 2018 16:37:40
Did anyone watch the news last night?
The Labour conference is from Liverpool and I'm sure I saw one of the lads off The Anfield Wrap on the telly, carrying a banner (not LFC) at the front of the Brexit march?

The Juicer

1.) 25 Sep 2018 16:41:30
Yes TJ I think it was, good on him if it was, if I wasn't recovering from an op I'd of gone down there too. There needs to be a second referendum or the youth in this country will be in trouble. And if there is one I'd encourage everyone to get back out and vote remain.



02 Sep 2018 21:46:32
OK Redmen, a little bit of nostalgia on the occasion of Shankly's birthday.
He managed Workington Reds in 1954 / 55 and lived in the town during that time.
I was told that he had a club house on Frostoms Road, don't know the number sorry.
At that time, the town would have had a huge steel plant and Shankly's house would have overlooked this. Indeed the works dominated the landscape, and lit the sky at night.
A tough old place, no millionaire pads and swimming pools then.
But still luxury compared to Glenbuck.

The Juicer



25 Aug 2018 16:06:11
Hi Ed001, I wanted to pass on a belated thanks for your Jack Charlton piece.
Just read it earlier and very enjoyable.
A few surprises in there too, which was nice.
Didn't Jack and Bobby both retire from their
playing careers on the same day by coincidence?
It always amazed me too that the very strong characters in Revie's team liked to play the carpet bowls, bingo and such like together in the team hotel. The senior players must have bought into it though.
PS good to see the boy Salah back on the go, nice one.

The Juicer

{Ed001's Note - they did retire at the end of the same season, so it could have been the same day. I was leaving the relationship between them for the Bobby one, as it was him that caused the rift between them, well and his wife.

Thank you, glad you enjoyed it.}




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14 Nov 2018 21:38:07
Could the money owed on Coutinho play a role in a Dembele move to Liverpool?

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14 Sep 2018 07:48:00
Interesting read.
The mere fact that Liverpool went after Fekir so strongly, in knowledge of his knee problems, was surely testament to Klopp’s admiration of his ability.
It’s a shame about his injuries, and I hope he goes on to have a long and successful career, but I do think that pulling out of the deal was the right move in the end.
I don’t know if Fekir had wowed at the World Cup whether that would have made any difference at all, I suspect not, but it doesn’t look likely that Lyon will be getting that type of offer for Fekir in the future.

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09 Aug 2018 06:08:20
Late change of manager and system of play?
Over-priced late signings, loans replacing failed signings, was Fakir a number 1 target or are they happy with a Liverpool reject, signings that may hinder the development of home-grown talent (specifically Loftus-Cheek), a failure (so far) to deal with the lack of goals (striker)?

The late movement all feels like a rushed appeasement for their star man.

I would never write off Chelsea because they've gotten in quality people but it could take time to bind together, and how much patience the owner and Mr Hazard are prepared to show may be interesting to note?

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08 Aug 2018 23:50:47
Fekir to Chelsea?
Lordy, my prayers have been answered.

Their recruitment is all over the shop lately.
Where's the Grand Plan now?

The Juicer

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28 Jul 2018 09:25:44
I'd echo the sentiments on Ings.

The situation does show the importance of a good rehab set-up too. It pays for itself and more, in the end.
The player gets 5% (I think) of the transfer fee and the club may get a decent price on the lad, especially considering his injury record.

It looks like a good outcome all round, really.

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14 Dec 2018 21:51:28
I can hear your teeth grinding from here Ed 😃.

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13 Dec 2018 19:58:59
Rush’s greatest asset was his uncannot timing to beat the offside trap.
He’d run at about 80% pace almost vertically inside the back four and then suddenly veer and accelerate through a space between defenders to run onto a through ball.
It was almost genius and it’s a skill that seems to have gone these days.
I used to argue with a mate at work (in the 90s) about who was the best striker we’d seen, I’d say Rush and he’d say Greaves.

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13 Dec 2018 07:28:18
Who’d have thought it indeed.
If we come out of December still top or even two points down on City, I’d be delighted.
I had feared we’d be perhaps five or more points adrift of them going into the New Year.
No more injuries though please.

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09 Dec 2018 11:03:34
That flick over Knockaert and the header yesterday have already entered LFC folklore as far as I’m concerned.
What a signing he is.
Liverpool have pulled some pearlers out of the transfer hat.
Our transfer business in general, perhaps out of the whole aspects of the club’s business, is so much better these last couple of seasons.

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09 Dec 2018 10:35:14
I hope Lallana doesn’t leave in January, and I don’t think he will.
He can definitely bring something positive to the group and we’ll need a large squad to cater for injuries etc.
The best thing about the last couple of games is we’ve had Lallana looking brighter and fitter, but particularly Fabinho and Keita looking the part at last.
If those latter two click, we’re in business here boys and girls.

The Juicer