Discussion in 'football' started by S☼I, Jun 5, 2018.
Innit. We're either clinically beating teams or absolutely fucking wasting them.
Wife and Kid B out for a while, Kid A in bed, bellyful of cheese, Liverpool smashing Arsenal...life is good
I am pleased that emery and Klopp are working so successfully to prevent spurs winning the league
Much as it pains my Fantasy Football heart to say so, I think Mo should come off for a sit down and give Studge some minutes
Arsenal have been good. We have just been amazing.
Arsenal getting so desperate they just brought Ross Noble on
The thinking is that as many players as possible should be able to participate in the after match debrief
Planning a date night months ago for the 3rd with Mrs o87 is increasingly looking like a bad idea...
Clinical stuff by Liverpool. They do look unstoppable , Klopp is a great manager.
Things are looking up.
Happy New Year to all Reds fans.
That was a masterful performance from the Red Men. Arsenal were not bad either, just Liverpool playing heavy metal football so well.
If that is the lads starting to 'click' after an average start to the season then I am chuffed to bits. Deserved MOTM for Bobby but also thought that Wijnaldum (along with Salah, Mané, Robertson, van Dijk, etc) played out of his skin.
Klopp is the best thing to happen to LFC wouldn't swap him for Messi on a free transfer
Great work Red Men, from all of us in the "didn't do very well yesterday vs Wolves" but still top three part of North London
Peter Thompson - the wizard who Shankly had on par with Best
Manchester City v Liverpool: Pick your combined XI
Been looking at possible dream 11 and pretty solid on the keeper/defence.
Robertson, Van Dijk, Laporte and Alexander-Arnold.
De Bruyne, Fernandino and Silva are hard to leave out due to consistency. The LFC midfielder's like Keita/Henderson are are game changers on their day.
Salah is the first choice striker. Probably with Aguero second and then Mané
Firminho and Sterling out?
Ffs my autocorrect will not stop that
Talking of which...
Don't want him back, don't need him back
My feeling too. That said if the price was right and him returning to Anfield would keep him out of Old Trafford then I think he could be a good addition to the squad
He was a worldie at LFC and not clicked at Barcelona. Only 26 years so hardly an ex player.
This. Doesn't really suit our system anyway.
I fear he'd be an Asprilla now that the team has improved so much without him.
Remind me what he did?
Joined Newcastle United while they were topping the league - great player but disrupted the team's style too much.
And Newcastle didn't win the league.
But Kev would've loved it if they had!
Were they not 9 or 12 points clear at the start of January before Tino arrived?
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