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  1. How does this, in any way, discourage the rampant streaming that has been going on for the last few years?

     

    Who is going to subscribe to Sky and BT and be happy to fork out even more to watch their team?

  2. Liverpool midfield have been passengers throughout the half, the press has been non existent so the ball in behind has been on every single time.

     

    Every single player apart from Robertson has been below what would be expected.

     

    Stick Fabinho at the back, take Gomez off and bring on Henderson. Try to at least claw back a goal or two early in the half.

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  3. I don't think you can blame Origi's development on lack of appearances. He suffered that horrible ankle injury against Everton when he was playing the best he ever had for the club.

     

    A couple of times he was hitting his stride he got injured. The injuries curtailed his development which then limited his opportunity at Liverpool.

  4. 6 hours ago, Naysonymous said:

    So what's your definition of "world class" then?  For me it's somebody who is reliably capable of succeeding at the highest level, ie someone who would be a key player in a team going for one of the major leagues, the Champions League/Copa Libertadores or a major international competition.   

     

    Sounds like Henderson to me. Not sure I agree with your definition of world class but I'm not going to offer my own either.

  5. 3 minutes ago, ryodi said:


    I was joking about being saved for Thursday, it’ll be the same side as the previous round in that game.

     

    Sorry! Text never works, I did consider you were maybe making a joke about 5 minutes after replying.

     

    The Arsenal line up looks set to be a very defensive one.

  6. Clearly? Likely he is recovering from a knock and it isn't worth risking him.

     

    Thursday, in the grand scheme, isn't important to the club.

     

    I'm more surprised they haven't gone with the 4-2-3-1 they played in the second half of the community shield because that countered Arsenal's tactical advantage against the standard way Liverpool play.

  7. 4 hours ago, feltmonkey said:

    That looks like being quite a bad move for everyone, doesn't it? Wolves lose one of their best players, Jota relegates himself from a star player to backup behind Salah and Mane. I suppose Liverpool get a capable backup, someone to play in the cup games with the Under 12 team they field. 

     

    Jota is 23 and has signed a 5 year deal, all of the front three are hitting 30 fairly soon. They won't be around forever.

     

    The club need to look toward new options and Jota, going by what the Wolves fans are saying, can definitely replace one of them.

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    4 minutes ago, Boothjan said:

     

    I'd be absolutely gutted if we sold Jota - I love the guy.  Hoever would suit us so I can understand the link, assuming there's something in it.

     

    James Pearce is excellent when it comes to Liverpool, if he tweets something it's guaranteed to have come from the club.

     

    Even if the deals don't go through there will definitely have been something discussed.

  9. 23 minutes ago, Boothjan said:

     

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    Hoever is a strange sale from Liverpool's point of view, unless they view the other young central defenders as better prospects.

     

    Jota would be an interesting signing.

  10. There has been a rather sharp shock to the industry that has wiped out a massive source of income for the club. TV money has to be paid back and there is no guaranteed timeline to suggest when normality will resume, if at all.

     

    Would any business, under those circumstances, make investments that are predicated on the existing economic model of the business when there is no guarantee of a return to the old operating methods?

     

  11. There must be something up with Brewster for Klopp up not want to keep him. I'm not sure where he fits in the current system so maybe it's that? Maybe it's something else like attitude or that he simply isn't good enough.

     

    Reading the Guardian article it sounded like Klopp pushed the club to get it sorted.

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