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Love Him, Hate Him, This was a great goal!

http://gfycat.com/HonorableWebbedCondor#
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For sure.
If giving the choice which would you prefer

Play Firmino out wide and buy Benteke as the Forward

OR

Play Firmino as the Forward and buy Pedro as the wide man
definitley 2nd option
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If were assuminh they're equal in price, the first.
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2nd. pedro's cheaper and farrr superior to benteke,
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2nd option makes our front line extremely light weight. so we may struggle in some game.
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Pedro is quite versatile , he have played as a forward for Spain before .
According to Sky bet we are favorites to sign Pedro. I am curious where they taking that odds from?
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No Ramos, no Clyne, no Schneiderlin, I thought Utd was the biggest club in the world? 😂
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Why no Morgan ? i thought he was nailed on.
A bit early for the laugh? Still 2 whole months left. You mess up your PB calendar again Dan :D
Aren't you lot signing Muller and schweinsteiger as well?
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Don't you know , they have champions league football also.

Don't know why clyne and FIrmino chose a mid table club over them.

Strange....
+6
They did sign...almost I suppose Darmian ..he is pretty good.
Anyone thinking FSG are biding time until Klopp becomes available?
Me..me !! but who are we kidding, he is waiting for Arsene to leave the iron throne !!
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I know now why they called it FIFA!

Because even if you are winning the game can rob you!
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Rodgers explained why he brought O’Driscoll and Lijnders onto his staff.

“I have made these appointments because I want to take us in a new technical direction, in terms of coaching,” Rodgers said, according to LiverpoolFC.com. “I believe the entire first-team set-up will benefit and I am extremely positive and excited about what we can achieve, as a group, going forward.”

Read more at: http://nesn.com/2015/07/brendan-rodgers-sean-odriscoll-pepijn-lijnders-to-coach-lfc-into-technical-direction/?
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Did he care to explain why he still has a job after 6 - 1 at stoke when both colin and marsh are gone?

Why kolo toure is at the club while stevie g is gone?

Why he let a 19 year old punk s**t all over the club and feed his ego??

Why when he dropped mignolet to show the owners we need a proper top gk we went for bogdan???

Did he mention how he is going to improve our horrendous defense?

Did he explain he has spend over 300m in transfer whether he made those transfers or not they happened under his watch out of all that money spent we have one leg sturridge and coutinho to show for it.

I am not buying his bullshit and the club bullshit anymore. I have had enough to be honest. Since fsg took over we were promised a liverpool that would compete and they also hinted at a new stadium. All we have to show for it is a luis suarez miracle season and a bullshit 5000 stand that is all corporate seats to fill the pockets of john w. henry. The sooner both brendan and fsg the better for this club. They can take the ass kisser ian ayre and hop on his bike with them.

If you all think our team is anywhere near chelsea, city, arsenal, united you guys are smoking some good stuff and in midtable benteke. Get ready for midtable results.
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I cant do it anymore.
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Pewpew lmfao

Mate i was like that for a while and i know how bad it feels :)

Don't worry mate there is a solution and it goes by stopping listening to ass wipes on YouTube that put a negative spin on everything Liverpool do and that includes the good things. You know who i am talking about mate and they are good guys and pool fans but they can be to judgmental sometimes.

We all know about F.S.G by now and we can't do anything about them for the moment. So i try to keep myself away from that side of things until we can do something about it and i ask you to take this advice as it is what i have done the last while.

Pewpew Liverpool club is the one that is really getting hurt and if we don't stand by it and bring back that 12TH man and that wonderful passion we have that dragged us through some shitty times then we are doomed.

Hope it helped mate.
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Some people on this site are hilarious...

People blaming FSG for poor results while blindly blaming policies labeling them as money grabbing.

It is a business buddy whether you like it or not. Stop trying to gain morale high ground by claiming that Liverpoil is simply a football club.

Whether it's FSG as the owners or some other brand, they are in it to make money and to make money they must make success which is what they are trying to do.

I do not say this lightly as I am also an idealist though at the same time I am a realist. Get a grip, stop being so angry at FSG. They have implemented policy and structure to their business which complies with their overall business plan but in such a competitive market place there are no guarantees.

Wise up, get a grip on life
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Tbh, last year I felt like the fans were much too quiet. I don't know if its too many corporate fans getting seats and not enough home support being able to afford it, but if you go to a Liverpool match you better bloody show some support not just sit there like an introvert. In this way, I feel like the fans and the players didn't perform as well as they could. Although, you could argue that we weren't motivated by our players at all, but even when we went into that good run, the fans were still too quiet compared to previous years.
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@yeafootball- in a ideal world I would like and expect the owners to care more about the club then just profit, which by the way they are failing to achieve. FSG are losing money with liverpool, and the only way they breaking even is by promoting their other businesses. When was the last time they attended a game? Or showed any commitment to this club. If your content with just 'business' then I don't know, I rather our owners show some promise by signing world class or at least better then average players then f*****g bogdan
“He would split the group of players into two teams and call one person from each side over to tell the rules of the game about to be played. Then he would tell them they have 30 seconds to tell the rest of the team the rules before the match started. It was all about developing communication skills among the players, making them better at passing information on to each other on the pitch. He’s a top guy and he deserves this chance.”

perhaps driscoll is a good assistant and never a good manager.. i try to be positive
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A new first-team coach, possibly one with connections to the club, is also being sought to replace Mike Marsh, who was released on the expiry of his contract last month.

hyypia!hyypia! hyypia!
+2
Isn't Pep a first team coach?
+1
they want to add another one..
+2
Kop4Ever ;)
+1
Saumilsachdeva

Pep is given a new role called First team Development coach .
1. Raheem Sterling (Liverpool) £35m

3. Memphis Depay (Man Utd) £23.9m

9. Luke Shaw (Man Utd) £18m

11. Kurt Zouma (Chelsea) £16.2m

15. Emre Can (Liverpool) £12.1m

16. John Stones (Everton) £12m

18. Divock Origi (Liverpool) £10.9m

19. Calum Chambers (Arsenal) £10.7m

20. Hector Bellerin (Arsenal) £10.5m

liverpool 3, arsenal 2, man utd 2, chelsea 1, everton 1.

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11662/9905262/raheem-sterling-is-most-valuable-young-player-in-europe-says-study

Hope we squeeze every last quid we can from City. Totally expecting some kind of deal to go through for Raheem. If not, and he is at the club for another season, send his ass to the reserves to train. Show him he doesn't run a f*****g thing at this club.
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FSG will be very happy
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Liverpool have raised their offer for Southampton’s England right-back Nathaniel Clyne to £10.5m
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The 23-year-old Brazilian arrives with a hefty price tag but no other player has created more chances in the Bundesliga over the past two seasons and his work rate and application is reminiscent of Luis Suárez

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