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Their saying 7 or more to leave!

Brad Jones
Glen Johnson
José Enrique
Kolo Touré
Rickie Lambert
Fabio Borini
Mario Balotelli
Stevie G

So if those are the 7 to leave than we are left with:

GK
Simon Mignolet
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FB
Alberto Moreno
Javier Manquillo
Jon Flanagan
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CB
Dejan Lovren
Mamadou Sakho
Martin Škrtel
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DM
Lucas Leiva
Joe Allen
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CM
Emre Can
Jordan Henderson
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CAM
Philippe Coutinho
Adam Lallana
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FW
Raheem Sterling
Lazar Marković
Jordon Ibe
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ST
Daniel Sturridge
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I don't want us to bring in loads of players and them taking ages to gel again.
But with this team losing so many it will be very small and lack of quality to do anything next year!
Plus we will have just as many games with the Europa Cup.......
Bertrand makes into the team of the year. How he had proves us wrong
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it was a shitty day for me last day...

my home team slipped into a defeat and knocked off the summit.. feel bad for the travelling fans but the whole squad go all gun blazing...

then watching liverpool crumbled into self doubt and end up with a draw

how much positive i am.. it leaves a mark

but waking up today... i know we dont have an option.. except start over and fight back.. today is another chance... if we die yesterday, we die a loser... and if we try we can be a winner or die a fighter!
+2
I wish BR would say all these motivating stuff to the team and kick some players' asses!
+2
i will certainly do.. f the contract.. f the max work hour.. u guys gonna work hard in training till u drop.. no question asked!
+2
Does any one remember when Chelsea only had Torres and virtually no firing power up front. Their midfield stepped up and scored tonnes of Goals.

I think this is a lame excuse for not finishing in top four by Brendan. The only way for our club to be great again is to make finishing out of top four absolutely unexcuseable, whether we win a trophy or not.
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http://img.bleacherreport.net/img/images/photos/003/373/649/572e9c9135d1f78c896b69a7032af337_crop_north.jpg?w=590&h=440&q=75


a picture that sums up everything
+4
I think BR needs some of the sports psychologist or therapist now. He looks so sad.
+2
He knows he's getting the boot, that's why.
+3
Kuyt on Depay:

"I look through red glasses, because I played six years for Liverpool... Only when Memphis does that, will he realise how big Liverpool is, of course it would be an advantage at Manchester United that he knows the trainer. On the other hand it is important at his age that he plays every week... only that way can he develop."

Most likely he'll end up at Man U.... but f*****g hell I miss players like Dirk & Dagger. They really loved the club when they played here, and still love it despite playing elsewhere.
+5
Thank you So Much Kuyt.
+2
Why do ppl assume he can not play every week at MU is beyond me. The only LF/W we have is Young and Depay will start over him for sure.
+1
kuyt is a legend.. a working class legend!
+2
Dirk f****n Kuyt... seemed like he always scored against us lol. Depay, don't be a Kuyt, join the dark side!
+2
He will end up at united if lvg wants him simple as that.
+4
Thank you.
+1
dont turn around from the force.. dont become a sith

couldnt resist doing this when joeymac mentioned dark side
+1
adidas be like MAN UTD
+1
So the biggest implication of this game is that CL looks beyond our grasp. Even if Man City continue to mess up, we don't look like we've got it in us to overtake them. And frankly do we deserve CL football? You have to show the quality and composure to get into it, which at the moment we have NEITHER.

Thought BR sitting on the floor with his back on the advertising boards was an appropriate image first half. Someone should have brought him a sun lounger and one for every player on the pitch while they were at it given how little intensity there was in our play. Bit better second half and certainly never looked like losing but as blunt as f**k upfront so never looked much like winning either.

As has been the defining problem of the season, we have been inept at scoring goals. They used to come so often and so early, a crucial double whammy against opponents whose confidence and game plan (especially if it was meant to be parking the bus) was shot.

Now, we labour for 90 minutes and if we're lucky we'll make a breakthrough in the advanced stages of the second half, and a not insignificant number of times conceding instead. We had a great run of results for a while, but we were only ever scraping through, single goal margins.

Epitomising the issue is Mario Balotelli, given another opportunity, by default rather than merit, and once again coming up shorter than a jockey's dick.

More evidence that Ibe offers more attacking threat than Sterling. The latter continues to take on his man down the wing, build up the tension like Boba Fett, only to clumsily fall into the Sarlaac Pit (or, rather, let the defender recover the ball easily). I don't care if you point to a misleading assist count, he simply doesn't create enough chances for himself or his teammates. He's regressed.

Dejan Lovren's best LFC game by far. Skrtel seems to have taken his place with some potentially tragic errors.

Rodgers: The level of the game in the second half was very good. Our intent was to win - we just needed a break - WBA played well.

How naive is Brendan?

Wake me up when August starts, that's if anything changes with this club.
+3
"Brendan Rodgers is expected to survive as Liverpool manager into next season but could there be some changes in how the club goes about recruiting players this summer?
One suggestion is that the Fenway Sports Group, which owns Liverpool, might want to appoint a director of football/ general manager to assist Rodgers.

This would raise questions over whether the much-debated transfer committee – which is headed by the manager – will be broken up, or at least revamped, following some disappointing signings in recent windows.

The committee includes Rodgers, Mike Gordon, a Liverpool director who also sits on FSG’s board, chief executive Ian Ayre, head of performance and analysis Michael Edwards along with chief scout Barry Hunter and Dave Fallows, the head of recruitment."

I didn't know that BR is the head of your transfer committee. Well well this changes everything! o_O
+3
Um.... source?
+1
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/11563643/Liverpool-may-ditch-transfer-committee-as-they-look-to-change-recruitment-policy-this-summer.html
+1
yeah we need sources.. if rodgers is heading the committee.. he will bare most of the responsibilities of the transfer.. but the function of a committee is to counter check a transfer.. so if br is heading it and make a decision.. why we need a committee?
+1
I know. Mind f**k.
I really hate to say this, but if we finish outside of top 4, which is almost basically guaranteed now, we will will lose key players Like Sterling, Coutinho, and Stuzza( Yes even with his injuries) and we won't be able to attract quality players because we don't have CL. We didn't even try to do that when we were in CL, let alone outside. It could be another 3-4 years of agony again to recover from this mess.
+4
Pray for Klopp lol
+3
Cmon lucas chin up lad. Thats not going to happen. FSG will never sell three players of that quality in the same season. Also fsg never wanted to sell suarez he wanted to leave he made it perfectly clear.
+1
We won't lose them next season, I can guarantee that. But the season after that, I'm sure we will start to see departures if there is no improvement.
+2
Guys this is a learning curve for BR, I really like him as a manager and I'm sure next season he's going to right the wrongs...I know a lot of u want him out for Klopp, but come on u can't say last season was all down to Suarez. Remember when he was suspended, u still whooped teams asses left and and right... IMO instead of BR taking the blame, it should also be shared with the players...

Other than coutinho, who else replicated their form? Sterlings being a money whore, Sturridge has now become diaby and Gerrard's not been at it ever since he announced he's leaving.
One more season with a fully fit and integrated squad with better signings, and u would see Liverpool back up there again...

Plus with the expansion on the stadium, the Kops only gonna get louder as well so that's another thing to look forward too


P.s is that transfer committee thing true??? Cos that's utter bullshit
+4
Yea, the transfer committee thing is true. I just don't like that. Also, its hard to attract players to liverpool anymore because we haven't had CL for a while.
Also, it seems the lure of london is too big to resist for some players :p
+1
lol of course you'd want Rodgers here for another season
+2
Can't blame Sanchez now can u, he's doing well... Fa cup final and 3rd in the league with 2 games in hand isn't too bad for his first yr... Plus he's got 23 goalsaand a few assists.. Plus London is noiceee
+3
I'm not blaming him, just teasing haha. I'm gutted though because he's doing so good and he could have joined us if BR was a little smooth talker.
+1


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GF
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D
W
Pl
Pos
76
39
26
65
2
7
23
32
1
67
34
36
70
7
7
20
34
2
66
31
32
63
6
6
20
32
3
65
28
31
59
6
8
19
33
4
58
11
36
47
9
7
17
33
5
58
6
49
55
10
7
17
34
6
57
21
26
47
11
6
17
34
7
50
-3
44
41
12
8
14
34
8
47
-3
42
39
13
8
13
34
9
44
0
42
42
12
11
11
34
10
42
-5
47
42
14
9
11
34
11
41
-2
43
41
12
11
10
33
12
37
-14
46
32
15
10
9
34
13
35
-21
57
36
17
8
9
34
14
32
-22
48
26
18
8
8
34
15
31
-14
45
31
16
10
7
33
16
31
-16
51
35
18
7
8
33
17
30
-23
49
26
13
15
5
33
18
27
-21
59
38
21
6
7
34
19
26
-26
52
26
18
11
5
34
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

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PTS
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GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
18
14
2
16
0
0
6
6
1
7
-1
8
7
3
1
2
6
2
5
-4
9
5
3
2
1
6
3
4
-9
14
5
4
1
1
6
4

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