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I know mignolet has proved his worth lately but a part of me always questions why we didn't go for begovic in the first place.
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Well, something must've worked out for us because Mignolet is sure as hell better than Begovic at the moment. Long may that continue. Mission "Get Migs the Golden Glove" must be accomplished!!
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That'd be great for Migs. Would give him a lot of confidence if he could win it especially considering his form in the 1st half of the season. Still think we should get rid of Jones and sign a GK to challenge Mignolet and keep him in top form.
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One of the biggest issues with Mig is his distribution which is aweful with no sign of getting any better.

probably the worst keeper distribution i have ever seen in the PL
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^^ Oh really???

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTzO4nhUBXs
Not sure about anyone else but I've already been thinking about next season and what the squad could potentially look like if we do any half way decent business in the transfer market.

Players currently at the club who will depart for sure:

Gerrard
Johnson

Players who might depart the club (certainly not all of them though):

Touré (currently considering a contract extension, but will he sign?)
Lambert
Borini
Balotelli

Players on loan who won't come back:

Aspas
Alberto
Coates

Players on loan who will come back and will be given a chance during the summer and maybe beyond:

Origi
Wisdom
Illori
Teixeira (if fit again swiftly enough)

Players who hopefully will come back from long-term injuries:

Sturridge
Enrique
Flanagan

I won't comment on who might come in to replace the departing players, but I think it's clear where the club needs to act: in right full back, in central midfield and most importantly, in attack.

Hopefully the major part of the available money will be spent on three top players in these positions, in order to genuinely reinforce the first team. What I don't want to see is the money spread around on less significant positions. The club's available means must be focused on the most pressing needs, and on real top quality.

Can Rodgers and this infamous transfer committee learn from past mistakes? I feel like Rodgers doesn't like it when his ego is hurt. I'm just praying we can actually get some quality in that will help the 1st team and importantly excite the fans when they're playing. Have the owners come out and commented on anything about Rodgers?
IF people @ Liverpool are worried about BR and his little ego........ we are truly F***** for years to come.
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I'm excited about the Anfield expansion, I just wish it happened at least 10-12 years ago. I have always felt a max crowd of 44/45 000 has never been something to boast about come European football nights.

It's a start in the right direction, but oh so late ;)
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Still louder than most of the 60,000+ seater stadiums
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I agree mate, but its about time we moved up.
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I thought I saw something about them adding on another tier of seating eventually? Don't quote me on that, but I'd be all for it. A 60,000-70,000 capacity would be great. Even if it doesn't happen I'm personally glad we didn't opt for a new stadium. Anfield has had people bring there loved ones cremated remains and spread it on the pitch. It's a home for a lot of people!
Anfield isn't as loud as it used to be though, especially since the dramatic rise in ticket prices and second hand sales. Hope that changes because Germany did it and the atmosphere some clubs (Dortmund and Schalke to name the few) can generate is immense.
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Yea the 12TH man was missing this year!
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I think it was also due to the fact that our expectations were raised to an unrealistic benchmark (i.e. last season) so we kind of quietened down a bit. We'll be back ;)
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Anyone still believe Liverpool will finish above Manchester. United and end the season in the top 4?

If we do make top 4, is the season a success or flop?

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Even if we do finish above united and get that fourth place, which i highly doubt , i'd still consider this season a failure. Because we could have finished 2nd place and with the FA Cup , if we are a big club , we have to have such mentality. We cannot be satisfied with a lucky fourth place finish.
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Can't help but notice how badly behaved the Chelsea fans are on this website. Quite comical actually, but at the same time they're embarrassing themselves. United fans look like Saints in comparison, and that's saying something
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I would agree to that abit but I don't think we should ever generalise. There is still decent fans on every page, our fans are not all angels. Just ignore the ignorant/over hyped fans when visiting a rivals page.
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Sergio: Footytube Moderator of the year ;)
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LOL no way haha I just reached modhood like a month or two ago but thanks xD
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Know one needs to know the detail's ;)
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Chelsea fans and morinho complete each other. They despise anyone.
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Each fan base has its turn to get a little worked up and go off the rails.

Chelsea's is certainly that fan base right now. Though it doesn't happen in a vacuum; it is almost always spurred on by whatever the flavor of the month is for banter:
-A few years back, Barca was getting ripped apart for dives, and everywhere Barca users looked their were comments making fun of their team and undermining their performances. This caused some Barca fans to be the most obviously out of line users on the site.
-City fans had their time when every page on the site was undermining their success because it was bought. This led to a few very troublesome City fans.
-Real Madrid had a few periods where they were being ridiculed all over because of how much they spent or because they were playing "rugby" football. Again, this caused some of their users to be the most visibly out of line.
-United had their time when they were winning everything in the UK but people would undermine their team or cry FA/Fergy influence.
-Chelsea have had a few times: UCL victory, crash out at the group stages, Torres, et cetera
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Summed up well by pretty much everyone on this thread. Let's hope the fans at Stamford Bridge sing plenty of songs about a certain Gerrard slipping on his arse, because we all know how respectful their fans are in real life too!

(yes, I am joking, relax)
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It all comes with success. Soon Liverpool will be in that position and anything we say will be written off as cocky. One can only dream it will be in the next 3 years.
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Right, it's not all Chelsea fans. There are plenty decent Chelsea fans on here who are respectable. Though some felt the need to travel to other peoples forums and either gloat/troll about there title win. Can't understand why they aren't celebrating rather than trying to stir things up.
I am starting to think that the Rodgers out banners might not be such a bad idea if we are going to get shite players!

Burnley right-back Kieran Trippier OMFG and it is a Rodgers type Signing!
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Kop i have a feeling brendan is under massive trouble. The owners havent come out with any positive news towards him and he is getting ripped apart by the media. I genuinely think they are talking to klopp as we speak.
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what makes you think we'll sign Trippier?
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The thing with managers is that they'll always look for players of their country first, much like how Benitez signed more spanish players or how Wenger signs french players. So Rodgers always looks to the premier League and to English players to bolster his squad. All I hope is one day he realizes how much over hyped English players are and that there can be better alternatives abroad..
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Except for the fact Brendan is not English, he's Northern Irish.
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Yeah but there aren't many superstars like Kieran Trippier in Ireland, right? :P
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Here we go again, what average players can LFC find around the World, sorry Ireland ;)
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I'll support Rodgers if he is the manager next season... though as most people probably know by now, I am not opposed to having Klopp come to this football club and take over.
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The last midfielder we got from Inter did pretty well, here's hoping we get Kovacic . Would in some way replace gerrards presence and helping our over reliance on Coutinho.


My wishlist this summer :

Kovacic 25m
Depay 25
Lacazette / Doumbia 30m
Kongdogbia 15m
Montoyo 10m
Plus Origi is coming in.

Realistically , 100m spent , with sales of

Aspas
Mario
Borini
Alberto
Lambert
=35m
Plus , Johnson , Stevie , Jones off the wage bill. Decent I'd say.
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Add a good back up goalkeeper to that list.
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Doumbia has done poorly since going to Roma, lacazette is a much better but more expensive option.
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We are not getting a backup keeper this summer. News is brad jones is going to sign an extension.
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As for the other names. We all wanted sanchez and got balotelli that was with champions league. Dont keep your hopes up lads.
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The prices are way off for Depay, Laca and Montoya
Yeah, Depay and Lacazette are two of the biggest revelations in their respective countries in years. I seriously doubt you'll be able to get either of them for less than €40m. If you're talking in £ though, you're probably quite accurate. Montoya would probably be at least €15m as well and Kondogbia is also at least €20m. He hasn't been playing that well this season though.
Edit: whoops lol. Well.... still to much money :p
@Dan- he said euros lol
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Well , Money has to be spent. If we can't get in these sort of signings , its gonna be impossible to even finish in the top 6 next season.


And about the prices , i just used the rumoured amount in the media. In pounds though.
+1
Did u guys hear the rumors...

Liverpool is in advanced stage for negotiation of memphis depay.. Close to make a 27mil bid..
But rodgers had identified that world class striker is the main priority and may withdraw from the deal to use the money to fund a world class striker

Not a credible source.. But if this is true i have lost my words to explain my rage
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Hey Madder I love you and all, but how many times have we been in "advanced stages" for big name players and only for somebody else to come under our noses and swoop the players out of our hands. I don't believe anything until it happens. Memphis Depay is a winger btw. I'd want someone like Son Heung Min to come in. Both are welcome though :).
+1
I can understand Madder rage!

a lot of sources were talking about Martín Montoya and now we are getting linked with Burnley right back which makes more sense!

We will end up with shite players again this season!
+1
Its metro guys relax lol.
+2
Yeah.... plenty of mindless speculation to look forward to this summer lol
Rodgers most successful signings came from big clubs.

Daniel Sturridge - Chelsea

Philippe Coutinho - Inter Milan

Mamadou Sakho - PSG

So i think Martín Montoya coming from Barcelona will be too
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Balotelli - Ac Milan ='(

But I agree with what your saying lol
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I was waiting for someone to say that.

Balotelli wasn't Rodgers Signing.
+3
Yea but AC Milan was in 14th place at the time so it hardly counts as a big club :P
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LOL true , ac milan are in some crazy decline at the moment.
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Inter nowadays is hardly a big club either. Just like AC they are left with only their past glory.
+2
Moses or Borini? :P I guess it was a loan signing for Victor and Roma might not be classified as a big club..

Kolo from City was a good signing as a utility player as well.
+1
I'd argue Emre Can was one of his best signings as well. For some reason the less he spends, the better his buys are.
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Milan was just waaaay to late to buy young players.. their best players were all growing old and they didnt play any of their youth and as the elderly retired the team fell to pieces.
+3
The city of Milan has been in decline for a while now
+1
Victor Moses.... the hardest working player to put on a red shirt......

.................

.................

....Said no one ever.
Lmao ^ at least he wasn't as bad as cissokho
If people need a laugh head over to the Barca forum and see what they are saying about Mourinho lmao
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Everyone needs to chill out with the hate lol. Yes I'm not a fan of Mourinho, but I prefer to speak with reason. I haven't seen much wrong on here compared to on the barca forum which is good for this forum but still I think we can all just focus on ourselves.

BTW I've been put off with coming on footytube in last couple of days due to some stuff I saw being posted by a member or two on this page. Keep in mind my course work is due on wensday....*evil laugh*
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27
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7
21
35
2
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33
33
66
6
7
21
34
3
65
24
35
59
8
8
19
35
4
61
11
38
49
10
7
18
35
5
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55
11
7
17
35
6
57
20
28
48
12
6
17
35
7
53
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43
12
8
15
35
8
47
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42
43
12
11
12
35
9
47
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44
39
14
8
13
35
10
44
0
46
46
13
11
11
35
11
42
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48
42
15
9
11
35
12
40
-13
46
33
15
10
10
35
13
35
-21
50
29
18
8
9
35
14
35
-24
60
36
18
8
9
35
15
34
-15
54
39
19
7
9
35
16
34
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48
33
17
10
8
35
17
33
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50
28
13
15
6
34
18
27
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61
39
22
6
7
35
19
26
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53
26
19
11
5
35
20
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10
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0
0
0
0
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11
0
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0
0
0
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12
0
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13
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14
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7
3
1
2
6
2
5
-4
9
5
3
2
1
6
3
4
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14
5
4
1
1
6
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