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Apparently supporters are planning a thank you special at Anfield for the owner's gesture of not increasing the ticket prices..that be nice!!
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#ClapOn77
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Jurgen Klopp has been promised an ‘ambitious’ squad for the 2016/17 season, hinting that a big summer of transfer activity is expected at Liverpool, according to reports from El Confidencial.

The German tactician took over on Merseyside way back in October, following the dismissal of Brendan Rodgers after a sub-standard start to the season.

Although the Reds’ season has not been entirely revived by Klopp, there have been signs of progress, while the ex-Dortmund boss has been hindered by a series of high-profile injuries to key players such as Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Jordan Henderson.

A lack of activity in January – only Marko Grujic and Steven Caulker were signed, with the former loaned back to Red Star Belgrade and the latter only in until the end of the season – hints as a big summer of transfer activity, which reports suggest may be on the cards.

El Confidencial have revealed that Chelsea were considering Klopp as Jose Mourinho’s successor, but before they could make a move Liverpool stepped in and promised the charismatic gaffer an ambitious squad for next season.

Suggestions that the club were willing to put the 49.14€m forward for Alex Teixeira before the manager himself vetoed the deal seem to back this up, while there have also been reports that the Kop chief has spoken to Granit Xhaka’s agent ahead of a move for the Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder.

Liverpool’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, have backed managers in the past, with Rodgers having Roberto Firmino and Christian Benteke added to his ranks last year, at a combined cost of over 64.66€m.

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Hope it is true.

Where the f**k is like button when i need it :-)
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haha i actually visited el confidencial's headquarters on a field trip when I was studying abroad in madrid. it's a cool place
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Lets sign bale for fck sake
Just spend all the money on Luis
Here's hoping the ownership don't get us back in the summer!
I hope they back klopp and bring a bright future.
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i think coutinho's free kick was the first free kick goal lfc scored since suarez if im not mistaken.
I'm sure hendo and Gerrard has put in a few since then.
Gerrard scored a few last year (v/s everton and FC basel)
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Hendo can't score Free kick goals.
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Guys does klopp play Can so much because he can get the message across better in German and Can translates it to the players in English on the pitch. Like during the game when klopp is shouting out instructions.
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Pretty sure Klopp's english is better than Can's...
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I think clutching at straws mate lol.
Can is tireless work horse who is a bit physical and versatile as a defender. That's prolly why he plays him. You look at 1st Choice team hendo, Milner, lallana and Can run till exhaustion. Klopp obviously has a preference for those types.
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klopp speaks great english.
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He has got a lot better. At times though it is noticeable that he is still learning.
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I think can has a future only as a defender, pep said that too
After that fa cup game I fell really ill lmao, I'm bed ridden now for a couple of days but hopefully I be alive for our next game.

Ynwa
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the seasons over for me tbh. I just want us to do well in europa league and win the league cup.
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same here
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against aston villa

----------firmino-------
-coutinho-lallana-texeira
-----lucas--henderson---
smith-lovren-sahko-clyne--
-----------migs--------


mr. glass and origi to come on in 2nd half
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Wasn't Lovren injured vs Sunderland?
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I can't even be arsed anymore soo yea it doesn't matter who they play
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lovren had cramps. i think he should be ok
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What Lovren needed:

http://cdn6.lethow.com/wb-content/uploads/2014/12/How-to-Get-Rid-of-Menstrual-Cramps-Fast-Naturally.jpg
Big news

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-fc-owners-apologise-reds-10872060

Credit to FSG for staying connected with the fans!

One protest and the masses were heard! Some other clubs should be doing the same thing
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Too little too late damage to their reputation has been done. But it just shows the power of our fans.
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Like i said a little pressure don't hurt.
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i just think it's mental the mount of grief these owners get from liverpool fans. obviously everyone's entitled to their opinion, and im in no position to tell you guys how to feel about your owners, but i do think your owners deserve some credit. i understand H&G did a lot of damage between trust from fans and owners, particularly american owners, but i really believe these guys are doing a great job within their resources. obviously they've had huge F-ups but they are not football men by trade, and some of their policies were misguided, but i do think they have good intentions and are acting on them.
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I actually agree with SIF
SIF

Yea it ain't fully their fault but they got to stop hiring those Muppets and get rid of the Muppets at the club. Who needs that amount of fall guys if you have good intentions at heart.
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fsg definitely did the right thing and actually made me respect them. everyone messes up but not everyone owns up to it and admit they were wrong. this shows that they do listen to fans and will act accordingly.

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Yeah they are fantastic owners selling suarez getting rid of gerrard and sterling. Fantastic stuff by fsg now the fans called em out on their bs with ticket prices so am suppose to sympathize with their crap. No thanks.
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suarez leaving was inevitable man comon..
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you're so right man, they should have chained suarez to anfield, what were they thinking selling him for 75 million or whatever pounds? suarez was always leaving, if you cant see that then you're just biased. if fsg really wanted to sell so bad they would have let him go to arsenal for 40m +1 or whatever. sterling was pushed out? really? didn't they offer him 100k or whatever? stupid money for a kid. what more should they have done? gerrard didnt want to be a bit part player for liverpool/rodgers, why should any of these things be the owner's fault?
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SIF, i have a tremendous respect for you right now.
These owners dont spend net spend is horrendous and they buy young players who they sell for profit they dont care about winning shite. The fans called em out on their bs for being greedy bastards and it was a pr disaster so they redacted their ticketing structure. In 2 years they will increase just you watch and good luck buying players in the summer i expect very little funds available.
I don't know who Klopp is targeting for the Summer window, but I sure as hell hope he has an Experienced CB on his list.

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Matip.
We already got an experienced cb - kolo kolo kolo toure
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i really think we should look at gary cahill too, we need tall CBs and Matip is 6'4" (or 5? i can't remember) cahill is 6'4" and compared to sakho at 6'1" and lovren at 6'2" we'll be looking at much safer defensive set pieces. someone posted a great article about liverpool being too short a side to succeed defensively, i can't find it but it made some great points just looking at statistics of good defensive teams, our goals conceded and the direct correlation between height of the opposition/our defense and midfield.
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Didn't Cahill just sign a contract extension in the Christmas break? .. keeps him there until 2019.

I hear rumors of him wanting to leave, and it'd be great if we can get him, but I think Chelsea won't let him go, especially when Terry is leaving in the summer too.
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-Liverpool’s four strikers have managed just 18 goals in 62 appearances between them this season

-Talk of making Anfield a fortress has appeared somewhat fanciful, with just four victories in 12 outings there this season. Since Boxing Day, their only win at home has come in the FA Cup against Sky Bet League Two outfit Exeter.

-Set piece vulnerability

Lots of work to be done still. Hope the players step up, there careers at LFC hang in the balance!
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8 hours ago
Tony Pulis has called for Premier League clubs to cap away ticket prices at £10, and urged the industry to stop ‘milking’ supporters
18 hours ago
Michael Owen has urged Liverpool to reveal the full extent of Daniel Sturridge’s recent injuries to end the rumours he could leave Anfield at the end of the season
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FSG’s backdown over ticket prices is a victory that might just mark the start of a change in the way that clubs engage with fans who up to now have been too often taken for granted
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Liverpool’s owner, Fenway Sports Group, has performed a major U-turn over its planned ticket price rises and issued a public apology to supporters
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David Cameron has promised to look at the rising cost of football tickets after Saturday’s protest by Liverpool fans at Anfield
Yesterday
Anfield’s walkout may have sparked revolutionary talk but fans on the ground are seen as an added bonus for clubs in the age of multibillion pound TV deals
Yesterday
Jürgen Klopp said the free-kick leading to West Ham’s decisive goal should not have been given as Liverpool lost the fourth-round replay 2-1
1 day ago
Michael Owen, the former England forward, said: ‘You’ve got to admire Liverpool fans’ while Harry Redknapp argued for help for supporters
1 day ago
Angelo Ogbonna scored late in extra time to give West Ham a 2-1 win over Liverpool and earn them a fifth-round FA Cup tie at Blackburn
1 day ago
Minute-by-minute report: An exciting to-and-fro game ended dramatically as, with penalties looming, Angelo Ogbonna scored at the death to send West Ham into the fifth round of the cup. Scott Murray was watching.
2 days ago
The Football Supporters’ Federation will discuss organising a widespread walkout of Premier League matches with supporters’ groups in response to the rising cost of attending matches
2 days ago
Manager wants to find a compromise in standoff while Liverpool have been given a fitness boost for FA Cup replay at West Ham
2 days ago
West Ham United face Liverpool on Tuesday in what could be their last FA Cup tie at Upton Park before the club move to the Olympic Stadium
3 days ago
Jürgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool need to find ‘a solution’ to the growing opposition to the club’s hike in ticket prices
3 days ago
Jamie Carragher and the former Liverpool manager Roy Evans have thrown their weight behind the growing mass ticket protests
3 days ago
Chelsea fret over Kurt Zouma, while Spurs show their ferocity. Is Gylfi Sigurdsson the best set-piece specialist in the Premier League? And what will Arsenal have in store for Leicester?
3 days ago
FSG have held talks with senior Liverpool management over the club’s new pricing structure but protests planned for the next two league games against Manchester City and Chelsea
4 days ago
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Adam Johnson and Jermain Defoe scored in the final eight minutes to complete Sunderland’s comeback and draw 2-2 with Liverpool
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