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  1. dogsout

    The Bookies

    I think I'm done. I took my original stake out the other day and have been playing on the profit. That's gone now so I reckon I'll stop.
  2. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Had a couple of Ronaldo, Suarez, Costa trebles which have finally pulled back all of my losses and put me in the green for the tournament.
  3. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Think I'm just going to stick to singles now. Doing OK on them so far but have wasted loads on multiples. Think I've shelled out about about £150 in total, and only have £65 left along with some outright bets still to go.
  4. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Had Coutinho to score from outside the box at 8/1. Also had it doubled with some stuff from the Germany game but can't complain at an 8/1 single.
  5. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Well, that's gone well.
  6. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Yep, although his record for Argentina is pretty good.
  7. dogsout

    The Bookies

    Germany win and over 2.5 + Brazil win and over 2.5. Also got Germany and btts. Messi let me down with that penalty miss. Had Argentina win and over 2.5/btts doubled with the same from the France game. Would've been a couple hundred coming back. I'd basically already spent it in my head once the penalty was awarded because it didn't even cross my mind that he'd miss.
  8. dogsout

    The Boxing Thread

    Only stuck a £5 free bet on it as a request a bet so I got £80 back.
  9. dogsout

    The Boxing Thread

    I had Sefer's corner to save him at 16/1. Edit: nope, I had his corner to 'throw in the towel' so it would appear I'm out of luck there. Edit 2: I disputed it and they settled it as a winner!
  10. dogsout

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    Yeah, it's the knee. Oh well. I'd have liked him as an option but of the midfield additions he was the least needed. Fabinho and especially Keita will make a huge difference to the squad.
  11. dogsout

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    But the midfield is the CPU, is my point.
  12. dogsout

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    @Pockets Remember when we signed Salah and loads of people that hadn't seen much of him were questioning his signing, saying even if he is good he isn't what we need? This is like that all over again. Our midfield has been functional but that's about it. These two signings are a huge injection of quality. Fabinho in particular is massive for this squad because he's a dynamic #6. Much like VvD before them, Keita, Fekir and Fabinho all have crazy numbers for winning their 1v1s. I've seen a lot of chatter about where these guys will play, some expecting Fabinho to play a box-to-box role, and people saying they expect Fekir to bolster the front line. Fabinho is versatile for sure, but he's been signed off the back of playing as a #6 and excelling there. I'm sure that's where he'll be predominantly used for us. And Fekir used to play on the wing but after losing some pace to an ACL injury has reinvented himself as an attacking midfielder. I agree with you that GK has to be a priority now but I don't see any need to fret about this - it seems clear that we're working on Alisson. CB isn't a real worry for me right now. VvD and Lovren have looked great together and I think the midfield we can put in front of them now is capable of making their job so much easier. My main concern aside from a GK is depth upfront. I'm hoping we're looking for a versatile forward to cover Mane and Salah. Obviously Oxlade-Chamberlain will be doing that once he comes back but we need another. I really like the look of Traore and would certainly prefer someone of that ilk over Shaqiri.
  13. dogsout

    Football Thread 2017/18

    Expect it to reach 1 million signatures because Egypt.
  14. dogsout

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    He's good enough to displace Henderson. Very exciting!
  15. dogsout

    Football Thread 2017/18

    So keeping hold of established key players isn't an advantage? I think it was quite clear that Klopp would have preferred to keep Coutinho rather than make his net spend lower. He's done an amazing job. To suggest he hasn't is quite laughable. We're not the finished article but we've clearly made a lot of progress under him in a short amount of time.
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