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Is the committee back from their vacations ?

Can we start to strengthen the squad ?
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I agree mate. I am getting a little worried too. We shouldn't be waiting for others to get the dominos going. City shown last year that they can get by without their top players while us, on the other hand, were very lucky with injuries. Leaving it down to faith that we get lucky 2 years in a row with injuries to our top players would be criminal.
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I'm chilling and waiting for that winger/striker to roll in some time soon
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Don't know Sergio, I am that old grandfather kind, who wants his family protected from rain and thunder first and then sip an easy coffee.

I worry that we can't be wasting time looking at the pretty trophy, when you experience success, that in my opinion is the best time to push on and work towards building-on towards a greater and more successful body of work.

I am not saying that nothing is happening, but nothing has happened till now and when will it happen, if not now.

As always, 100% in cognizance with what Kop4Ever said, we were lucky last time with injuries. We need more depth and more quality.

We drew against West Ham and Leicester, other than squad depth, there is no reason for me to believe, why can't we lift the damn trophy.
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Here is an interesting video on sensible transfers for Liverpool. Although I have not seen most of these players play, but I feel these type of players are suitable for your style of play.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fckG4je-PB0
I hate hearing this and can't believe I'm writing this but having a fit oxlade, kieta and brewster is like new signings.. f**k I almost threw up just saying that in my head but it's true. We just need one... Minimum one marquee signing up top just to help us through the season. City have b.silva for when David silva, de bruyne go injured.. We need a similar sort of player to the front three that can come in and also be rotated.
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You mean Asensio !

Now, we are talking!
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Cheers guys i agree to that 1 player. It is all that is needed and could be the difference between takien big ears.
https://www.givemesport.com/1488818-liverpools-squad-depth-heading-into-the-201920-season-is-incredible
^ The only incredible thing is the drop of in quality if we lose any of the front men for a long period. You do realize we are trying to win the league? No point Winning CL and then we all put slippers on.
Bit disrespectful towards Div, Shaq & especially Brewster
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^ Sugarcoat it all you want and twist it all you want to make me look the bad guy but the fact remains that a lot of Europe were below par for about 2 seasons and why Giants like real Madrid barca and many others are getting transfers done. They realise they were poor. In the prem City just won the league and they went out and got another 60 mill player to make sure of it.

But what have we done to counter the above? We have done nothing like always after we win something. We decide to stand still and let others catch up. and maybe the CL is going to your head a bit too much. It's the past now. Next step should be aiming to build on what we have done. and we were short last year and very lucky and at the current moment we are still short. God forbid we get injuries. I just don't understand how you can't see it. If we go into this season and not better last season then it is a stright up FAIL! and that will happen if we don't get at least another quailty attactker before this window shuts.

Div, Shaq & especially Brewster? that's the twist you use to make me look the bad guy and because you can't answer my post.

All 3 are what you call stuck backups and if you didn't see that by now then maybe you are calling Klopp disrepectful too?

Fairplay to Orgi for the few games last seaon but do you really think he can cover us game in game out if Mane, Bobby or Salah gets Injuried?

Shaq barly got playing for Klopp last season because Klopp couldn't trust him and was changing the team in different way so he could get away not playing Shaq and for a period a lot thought he was about to get sold.

Brewster is for the future and hasn't really been tested against top opposition but he has a high ceiling.

That's facts that i am telling you but you have the Audacity to try twist me into a bad guy just because you can't handle the facts!

I havn't been amniated about transfers on here for a long time because it made sense. But when i do get amniated on here it is always for a true reason and time to watch out because i am never far wrong on here even though some hate to say it. We need another quality front man or watch what is going to happen.
Why do you always go from 0 to 100 lmao

Chill, everyone has a opinion
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I remember when Man Utd fans were saying that paying 80 million for Maguire only shows how far they've fallen, and that they're getting milked, that even Liverpool didn't pay that much for Van Dijk yadi yadi yada.

Now that they're about to get him, it's a good deal and they're really in need of him 🤣🤣
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They're paying too much but he's not a bad player. Having said that let them pay too much. f*****g cavemen.
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The situation is.. Every club in the prem is now stacked from TV money. That's why these clubs won't sell their players for 30 - 40 Mill anymore. that's why the likes of maguire are over priced like f**k and united are in such a s**t situation they have no choice but to go these low prem teams and pay whatever they demand.

Now To attract the top names from the best clubs you need to have more then just money like European footy etc

Its crazy the transfers they have made since Ferguson has left, the amount of ready made players like Di Maria, pogba, ibra etc all never worked out as they were all short term solutions, no sence of plan for the future just get the results now

That's why when I see people write on here we should just go out and buy a big name, regardless of the fit or wage demands he will bring.. Its worth making that investment so we can finally bridge the gap and win the prem. If anything it would probobly result in the complete opposite. Klopp has brought us back to the top doing it the right way, respect this man for he has done alot more then people give him credit for.

I also have massive respect for what Is happening at city at the same time. Much like us they have a wage structure, a transfer model which also like us targets players that are about to hit their prime and buy them for good money. I think we have done better in recent years but not far off. We have probobly the best negotiating team with Edwards in charge. The scouting team (which was previously mocked under brendan rodgers) keep finding gems, our first team coaches pep lindjers, kornmayer are f*****g amazing and regarded as some of the best young coaches in world football.. I can go on all day about how far we have come.. And how much united have fallen in contrast.

We have such a good structure even if Klopp was to leave now we can just carry on the same model.
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Sergio

Them words when Klopp leaves scares the hell out off me because We always had this structure and it never worked it was Klopp that brought all them other amazing guys and girls here and wanted Edwards in charge. I just hope when he leaves who ever comes in doesn't want their own men because that's what happen's to Utd. Fergie and Gill leaving at the same time and new managers bring in new staff.
It's not the same to how it always was, when fsg first took over they put some idiots in charge, since Klopp took over and showed his managerial brilliance they been less restrictive and allowed more ontrol to Klopp and his advisors.

But yeah, if Klopp does leave and another man comes in and wants to change everything could be disastrous.. My dream scenario will be Gerrard taking over and the back room staff stay exactly the same.
You repeated eveything i just said lollllll

The structure is the same the only difference is Klopp has his men in the positions. We still have committee and all that so yes the structure is the same just better men in the positions. Mine would be Pep lingers taking charge for a year than Klopp come back after his year break.
Man United are really getting there business done. They could be a threat next season.
I just doubt they can mess it all up, and yeah I think we think the same way lol

Not too impressed with the signings myself but probs their smartest window
English players have been drastically over-priced ever since the homegrown rule in European competitions. English teams need 8 English players and there aren't that many good ones

It seems to me that United don't trust their next generation of youth, so they're forced to overpay to bring the numbers in from somewhere
Sergio

Both the defenders they got are quailty and that RB I wanted him.
He is quailty and i was hoping we could have him to compete with TAA.
@Sergio is right, it's not about what you spend, but the plan you have. Post-Fergie, United still had the allure of being United, so we could get these world class European stars. But we didn't have a plan about how to build a squad, we thought all these players would just come in and fix us. The closest we got was Ibra, and sure enough we did finish 2nd that season, but look what happened when he left.

@HarveyRV, don't agree about the trust in youth mate. We actually seem content to sit on what we have and not panic in some positions. We still desperately need a RW and CDM, but it looks like we're going to use McTominay, Gomes, Chong, etc. to fill in the gaps rather than overspend too much in too many places. It also looks like we'll be trusting Rashford to lead the top line.

The most encouraging thing about our transfer season so far is that it seems like we're for once developing a plan for the short and long term. This is how I felt about your summer last year, except that it was the culmination of your plan from the previous 2-3 seasons. You could tell that Liverpool were going to compete after you fixed your biggest problem at keeper, got midfield depth, and a bargain buy for a bit player like Shaqiri.

To me, Maguire isn't equal to van Dijk as a defender, but the acquisition I'd compare him to is Allison in that he'd be addressing our most glaring weakness with confidence and experience. I feel like United might be slowly reading the signs that have led to City's, Liverpool's, even Spurs' relative successes.

That said we are not deep enough to be a threat next season, even if we do get Bruno and Maguire. It'll take another year of solid transfers, and Ole still has to prove that he can orchestrate a possession-based form of attacking football.
well first half vs Bradford.

Kent played really well. Hurt the opposition with great runs.
Wilson not visible. Weak performance imo.
OX really trying to shine. Glances of excelence.
Brewster great positioning play, deadly instincts.
Clyne working hard for his spot. good to see.

Lallana on the other hand is really rusty. Trying backheels and flicks all the time while loosing the ball in easy situations. At his age he is done imo.
Agree
Wilson did well when he had the ball and often without the ball pressing or showing huge heart tracking all the way back. Main problem was the lack of support and s**t interplay except him and brewster seemed to be on the same page (imo)

NOT too wowed by Kent or the other guy we have in cm, lacking end product to ever be called into this team
Also must include, Wilson does look he is adapting his game to suit our system. I hope he gets his chance this season
Wilson looks a mile off. Kent looks good though
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Kent will be sold, Wilson might be also.. Wilson is a way better player today he showed it in a few moments, but more happy with his tracking back etc
Kent has that spark about him
End product the problem for me, he definitely will improve into a good player just not sure if he will ever be good enough for us
I'm starting to really see why brewster is rated so highly by everyone at the club, the kid has similar instinct and finishing to sturridge.. Proper fox in the box. Big big season for him I can see him being really important for us
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That Matip video up top!!! Do you guys think Gomez will start in front of him at the start of the season? I personally would like Matip and VVD
Matip and VVD are first choice now
I was meaning to embed that video a couple days ago, unreal how much he has improved
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https://youtu.be/cWG2dS9iVpo
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What's up my Footytube Reds?!

Good to see a lot of the regulars are still here hanging about. :)
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Just about keeping this sinking ship going lol
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Yeah been really busy haven’t had much time! Should be around more now the season is close!
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Just make sure your here by first game of the season Bro
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Philippe Coutinho's agent Kia Joorabchian spoke exclusively to Sky Sports today, and suggested that the Brazilian still has Liverpool in his heart.

The comments might fall on deaf ears to Reds fans, however, after the 27-year-old angled for a move away from Anfield 18 months ago, before eventually joining Barca for £142 million.

Only if the price and wages are right
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Don't know if we would go back in for him ever, could be his agent just letting clubs know he is available and using liverpool as a way to get a story out
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Lol so many bullshit rumours. My favourite one is Barca took his number 7 and gave it to Greizmann. Greizmann just got #17.
Sadio Mane urged to quit Liverpool and join European rival by Senegal chief

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/sadio-mane-urged-quit-liverpool-18205352

“The career of a footballer is very short and sometimes you don’t get the chance a lot so if it’s there, and I think Zidane likes him, why not?

“He played in Southampton and when the chance came he took it and went to Liverpool and he has held the challenge well in England. I think he will do well with another challenge in another country.”

The ECHO understands Liverpool have had no contact from Real Madrid and would not welcome any offers for Mane.

And if Seck's comments are accurate, it opens the possibility of the Spaniards having made an illegal approach to the player.


We’re better than Madrid now.. it sounds strange to say, but real would be a step down from Liverpool.
Sadio wants to stay so its all chill
Sadio mane is being urged to quit by who? Who the f**k is this dude? He can shut his face.

Mane has seen first hand what happens to players that leave and join those poisonous Spanish teams, I doubt he wants to be in the same boat as Coutinho a year down the line. Maybe if we were s**t but we are arguably the best club in Europe right now.
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Not worried in the slightest. We’re back on Europe’s biggest stage with a talented young squad and a world class manager. Onwards and upwards
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Do you guys think Sterling would be as good as he is now if he was still playing for you guys? This is in relation to my earlier post.
Yea he would. Sterling was always a good player he was just younger thats all.
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Not quite as good. City & Pep are a perfect match for him. We usually expect a bit more outside of the box from our attackers. Not much more, but significant enough to be a variable.

Half of us were buzzing when we got £50m for him because we felt that he would never have that end-product due to his limited range of attack & inconsistency. Obviously he's tried to add that to his game, but mostly a change of scenery has shown that he can be highly effective without it if he's playing in a system that affords him plenty of touches in & around the area, and the confidence of playing at a team like City has granted him a consistency that may never have happened at LFC (he's talked openly about the pressure he felt when he was here.) I've no doubt Klopp would have improved him, but if a player isn't a match stylistically & psychologically we'd have never got the best out of him

We're talking fine margins, he'd still be a top player, but he wouldn't have excelled to the level he has & we wouldn't be comparing him next to a Van Dijk for POTY imo
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Yes Klopp would have turned him into a monster.
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