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15 Jul 2014 16:21:44
Whats up Eds hows thing, Could it be a possibility that Liverpool sign Aguire for RB and Richards if he'll take a wage cut and off load Johnson and have Flanagan play Lb with Enrique competing for no1 spot? IMO I think it would be a lot better business than what's currently being reported?

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{Ed008's Note - You mean Serge Aurier? No interest from Liverpool in the player aswell as Micah Richards who has problems himself.


 

 

 

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09 May 2018 19:24:13
Come on Huddersfield!

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1.) 09 May 2018 20:54:23
Please 😬.


 

 

13 Mar 2018 17:43:17
Hi eds, hope your all well. Just wondering, hypothetically if Liverpool won the champions league, would Coutinho get a winners medal after appearing for us in the qualifiers and group stage?

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{Ed001's Note - I believe so yes.}


1.) 13 Mar 2018 19:41:55
Doesn’t the club decide who gets a medal these days?

{Ed001's Note - I thought that was in the Prem only?}


2.) 13 Mar 2018 20:38:04
I think one of the other posters posted a few weeks ago that he would be absolutely made up if Couts got a CL winners medal this season.

Cue a number of others saying "why do you care about Barca?! ", "who cares about what that (insert appropriate name) wins, he's not our player anymore! "

Before the penny dropped ;)


 

 

18 Jan 2018 02:55:41
Eds with women's football becoming more and more popular, do you think in the future we could see more women stepping up into men's football coaching staff and taking on managerial rolls within men's football?

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{Ed001's Note - eventually they will become more commonplace, as they should do. While there are physical reasons for them not playing in the same league, there are no relevant or reasonable excuses for them not to work on the coaching and managerial side. Though Karren Brady does present a very good argument for those who are against women in football to be fair!}


1.) 18 Jan 2018 09:35:00
Did the ex chelsea physio go back into football?

I believe a lot of the current females in the sport (male side) are all in the medical/ physio departments so far aren't they ed, can't think of any coaches off the top of my head.

{Ed002's Note - I assume you mean the team docuctor Eva Carneiro. She continues to run her sports medicine practice in London but is not involved with a specific club.}


2.) 18 Jan 2018 09:45:22
Women's football is going backwards. Even more so when they appoint the chuckle brother as the national coach. Bbc et all ram any tournament down people's throat, when the actual fact is no one watches it.
I sound a hater but I assure you I'm not, I'd love my mrs or sister to take up the game and find a club, but even if she wanted to there's no structure to help in many parts of the country. Like my town, quite a big town, one women's club and that's the towns one, where girls have played since their teens, so no new comers would be able to try an learn to play football there.
Then there is the over the top feminism side of the game, only women officials at tournaments, yet there's outcry for more women to officiate in the men's game, which will rub people up the wrong way. Me personally I see physically fit men struggle to keep up with salah and mane, so the ( on average ) slower female will struggle more so.
With all above there's also one critical element to why women's football won't go forward, have you ever actually watched a match? I watched some of the wc, and wow, these were the best of the best yet some teams couldn't string two passes together, some players second touch was a tackle, goalkeepers looking like mignolet for errors, shots barely reaching the by line. It's just awful to watch.
As I say, not a hater, would love to see women's football actually go forward, however I'm just being a realist.


3.) 18 Jan 2018 11:07:21
I agree, Benny, I hate having women's football shoved down my throat. By and large, people just don't care about it.

Female managers? My gut feeling says it wouldn't work that fantastically. I think women are ready for it, but I don't think some men are.


4.) 18 Jan 2018 11:28:00
The best coach I ever had was a woman. Can’t remember her name but she was ex England women and worked for Coerver Coaching. Those guys are fantastic would recommend to anyone looking for good coaching outside of a professional club.


5.) 18 Jan 2018 09:33:38
I think there are many areas where women could be as good or better than their male counterparts, I'll try to avoid generalising but managing individuals, thoroughness, empathy, drive and dedication to do well in a male dominated market could see them do well if given an opportunity. I have many female counterparts in the forces (male dominated) who's s**t is really in a sock. I hope it happens.


6.) 19 Jan 2018 15:23:27
The FA really take the biscuit thinking that it would be ok to parachute Phil Neville into the England manager role for the women. Utterly bizarre. I feel very sorry for any of our women that might be in that squad. In many ways it’s fortunate that not too many of them are. I hope a lot of you noticed our 8:0 win the other day.


7.) 19 Jan 2018 15:25:26
Benny and Nicky - may interest you to know that when England Women played Netherlands in the Euro's, over a million people watched. When we played France, over 3 million people watched. You might not care very much about it and that's fine (personally I don't care about any non-club football) but to describe less than 20 hours coverage in a world cup/ euro's year as 'ramming it down peoples throats'. Having more viewers than popular/ big budget shows that are all over the media and advertised absolutely everywhere like Love Island, Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and The Big Bang Theory suggests it's definitely not something that 'no-one cares about'.

Denying that women's football has a large market that it appeals to for whatever reason is not realistic or accurate. It doesn't have the mass appeal of mens football but no sport in the world does. It does however have it's own market secured.


 

 

26 Jan 2016 09:07:07
Ive never heard of transfers for him but i'm just wonderin Geronimo Rulli? Are clubs lookin at him, could he be a possible transfet candidate? Fits the criteria young with re-sale value. This is if Klopp doesn't see Ward as good enough? Thanks.

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19 Jan 2016 22:30:53
Just listened to the podcast last night! Great pod. BUt i'm here to say what a joke about the watch i love it and will dfientely use it sometime.

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26 Jan 2016 01:21:25
Nothing more than Brendan knew him! Maybe he was ok at Swansea in the championship.

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{Ed001's Note - how is that relevant? Fat Scam likes big tall players, Borini was never going to fit in with his hoof it long tactics.}


 

 

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21 Jan 2016 15:05:48
Under the radar? Its ALL over the internet.

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21 Jan 2016 15:00:05
Hopefully even with Ayre, the thought of working under Klopp can still make him come. If true that is, can Liverpool afford that amount right now before moving players on?

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If Aquilani was bought for 20 mil then Falcao is defientely worth 22 mil for one season

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Haha Jovanovic

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25 May 2018 03:01:20
YNWA AW.

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11 Jun 2016 06:24:24
I don't press agree/ disagree often, but Mikey has it spot on there. I think!

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26 Jan 2016 09:38:48
Plus i'm pretty sure Firmino had crazy crazy agent fees? Or am i wrong there?

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26 Jan 2016 01:26:07
Redohio I agree 1000 times there.

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26 Jan 2016 01:25:02
Is it the fans or something crazy like that?

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