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PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2020 10:56 pm 
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Game looks too easy right now. West Ham needs to show more ambition going forward to make it more interesting


I like them just like that, thank you :winking:

Saves us energy against Southampton. Team is incredible


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 30, 2020 12:37 am 
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Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:29 pm 
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Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.


Klopp complained about inconsistent concentration levels as a result of the level of dominance. I thought some of the movement upfront and in MF was a bit lacking.

What did you see?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:41 pm 
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txj wrote:
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Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.


Klopp complained about inconsistent concentration levels as a result of the level of dominance. I thought some of the movement upfront and in MF was a bit lacking.

What did you see?

That's a fair assessment.

The movement up front was a bit below par mostly due to the absence of Mané. I've been a big critic of Hendo but he's really improved his game; I thought Gini was also strong whereas Ox was lacking in the first half. I'd hoped Keita would start but he looked sharp when he was introduced.

My biggest take away was observing VVD. He's simply imperious and plays the game like an adult against children. This team look like they have the tools to step up at least a couple of gears - it's like they've been doing just enough to win games. Atletico might still be the worst opponent for Liverpool to face but I think they'll find a way past them.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 3:29 am 
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The YeyeMan wrote:
txj wrote:
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Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.


Klopp complained about inconsistent concentration levels as a result of the level of dominance. I thought some of the movement upfront and in MF was a bit lacking.

What did you see?

That's a fair assessment.

The movement up front was a bit below par mostly due to the absence of Mané. I've been a big critic of Hendo but he's really improved his game; I thought Gini was also strong whereas Ox was lacking in the first half. I'd hoped Keita would start but he looked sharp when he was introduced.

My biggest take away was observing VVD. He's simply imperious and plays the game like an adult against children. This team look like they have the tools to step up at least a couple of gears - it's like they've been doing just enough to win games. Atletico might still be the worst opponent for Liverpool to face but I think they'll find a way past them.


I think Ox still is mentally slowed by that injury. Doesn’t get stuck I like he used to but most of his game is back though. Games like last night are made for Keita. He bosses these games. Hendo and Gini did step up big time. It is almost as if they know we were limited with all the injuries and they had to step up. I said it once that Origi does not anticipate enough. I was laughed at because of his heroics. You have to be on your toes and gamble with your movement. That being said he is better as a center half. Salah while being a head scratcher still is a must the way we play. We control the back with VVD and co and press high and create confusion from our midfield into the opponents half. That creates all the opportunities for our forwards. We can afford to play high because there is speed all over our defense. VVD can play 1V1 if needed.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 3:45 am 
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Alategun wrote:
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txj wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.


Klopp complained about inconsistent concentration levels as a result of the level of dominance. I thought some of the movement upfront and in MF was a bit lacking.

What did you see?

That's a fair assessment.

The movement up front was a bit below par mostly due to the absence of Mané. I've been a big critic of Hendo but he's really improved his game; I thought Gini was also strong whereas Ox was lacking in the first half. I'd hoped Keita would start but he looked sharp when he was introduced.

My biggest take away was observing VVD. He's simply imperious and plays the game like an adult against children. This team look like they have the tools to step up at least a couple of gears - it's like they've been doing just enough to win games. Atletico might still be the worst opponent for Liverpool to face but I think they'll find a way past them.


I think Ox still is mentally slowed by that injury. Doesn’t get stuck I like he used to but most of his game is back though. Games like last night are made for Keita. He bosses these games. Hendo and Gini did step up big time. It is almost as if they know we were limited with all the injuries and they had to step up. I said it once that Origi does not anticipate enough. I was laughed at because of his heroics. You have to be on your toes and gamble with your movement. That being said he is better as a center half. Salah while being a head scratcher still is a must the way we play. We control the back with VVD and co and press high and create confusion from our midfield into the opponents half. That creates all the opportunities for our forwards. We can afford to play high because there is speed all over our defense. VVD can play 1V1 if needed.

Meant to say Origi better at center forward.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 6:49 pm 
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The YeyeMan wrote:
txj wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Went to the game. Way too easy. This team is a machine.


Klopp complained about inconsistent concentration levels as a result of the level of dominance. I thought some of the movement upfront and in MF was a bit lacking.

What did you see?

That's a fair assessment.

The movement up front was a bit below par mostly due to the absence of Mané. I've been a big critic of Hendo but he's really improved his game; I thought Gini was also strong whereas Ox was lacking in the first half. I'd hoped Keita would start but he looked sharp when he was introduced.

My biggest take away was observing VVD. He's simply imperious and plays the game like an adult against children. This team look like they have the tools to step up at least a couple of gears - it's like they've been doing just enough to win games. Atletico might still be the worst opponent for Liverpool to face but I think they'll find a way past them.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 3:14 pm 
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Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Firmino.

Subs: Adrian, Lovren, Keita, Minamino, Lallana, Origi, Matip.

Was hoping Keita would start. This looks like it will be an interesting game. But we should have enough to beat them. Let’s go RedMen! YNWA!


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Ref,VAR are cheating for Liverpool.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 4:22 pm 
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Kevin Friend is not even trying to hide his intentions in this game.

Liverpool is good enough to win and doesn’t need all these little helps from this ref.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 5:07 pm 
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How was that not a penalty?

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 5:08 pm 
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Cito wrote:
How was that not a penalty?



Because na Liverpool.
The fix has been in all season.

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How was that not a penalty?



Because na Liverpool.
The fix has been in all season.

I don’t think their position is a function of any ‘fix’. They are that good but this ref has just been too corrupt in his call for my liking. Liverpool would win with or without his help. Why not call a clean game?

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 5:13 pm 
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That none penalty call was just shameful. The more you look at it, the more disgraceful it looks.

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Cito wrote:
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How was that not a penalty?



Because na Liverpool.
The fix has been in all season.

I don’t think their position is a function of any ‘fix’. They are that good but this ref has just been too corrupt in his call for my liking. Liverpool would win with or without his help. Why not call a clean game?


Liverpool deserve to be champs, but there have been way too many of these "none calls" and "VAR blindness" events all season. They have benefited from assists from refs over and over again. Its been shameful, especially since most of the time, Liverpool havent needed it.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 6:57 pm 
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Its a haters convention out here!

Two penalty incidents, one for Soton, the other for LFC. Both looked at by VAR and not called...

Thought Soton played well, fighting till the bitter end. Knew 'Pool was going to feel the effect of a midweek fixture.

But superb 2hf...

On to the winter break...

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Everyone seems to overlook the VAR calls that don’t go Liverpool way and moan all day about the ones that go for us. Enjoy a good team folks. We have seen all different kind of tactics against Liverpool. Southampton was good 1st half but Fabinho was finding his feet and no Mane didn’t help either. We figured them out and won handsomely. Game was a good watch though. We go again at Norwich tans them the big one at Athletico


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The juggernaut rolls on, flattening everything in its path. E pain dem. Who no like am, make e hug transformer. :D :taunt:


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7 more wins needed max.


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Liverpool has lost just 1 game in almost 2 years. They have to lose 8 out of remaining 13 games and city wins out for us not to win the league. If you love statistics and the analytics behind Liverpool’s play, this won’t happen. No 19 coming home. Back on our Perch! YNWA....


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kbt wrote:
7 more wins needed max.

I want them win at against Palace then City do the honor


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kajifu wrote:
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7 more wins needed max.

I want them win at against Palace then City do the honor


Just win baby!

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After Mancity’s loss yesterday, Liverpool need only 18 points from the remaining 13 matches to win the premiership. What are the odds of that not happening❓❗️


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