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So Falcao has cost us ₤4 Million for each goal he has scored. *slow clap*
http://gfycat.com/VastNecessaryGentoopenguin
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Hope Balotelli and BR stay at Liverpool.
"Yes, of course, I go on holiday but I have contact with Ed Woodward every day as he is doing the negotiations. We know now who has to go and which players we want to bring in, but that is a process, so you never know. These things are dependable on different parties - the club, the player and Manchester United of course. It shall be a heavy [busy] holiday! " - LvG

i expect our squad to increase in order to deal with the added demand CL and title-challenging brings.

confirmed outs: falcao, fletch, anderson, cleverly
rumored outs: nani, chicharito, evans, RvP, januzaj (loan)

confirmed ins: depay
rumored ins:..everyone, but right now otamendi, gundogan, schweinsteiger, and maybe clyne are the ones the media keep linking us to.

we know LvG still wants: a CB, a RB, a CDM. he likely will want another striker as well. feel free to list the 1 player for those positions you think we will land.
I think you guys might end up going for Lacazette to replace RVP and/or Falcao. Only saw a couple of rumours regarding the player, but would be a good fit imo.
@SIF you can add Schweinsteiger to the 'rumored ins' list as well.
Also add Ronaldo and Bale to the 'rumoured' ins list :P
"Our poor form will subside.we will then become like barcelona."
"You will see how wrong you are come the end of the season"


1 win in our final 6 games

Loll
Today showed why Valdes shouldnt be our No 1 GK. He was awful in the air. He is great shot stopper but just way too poor at handling aerial threats. If De Gea leaves we need a new GK.
Cech is also iffy on set-pieces though. But definitely better than Valdes in that department.
Bye bye Falcao. Thanks for the effort. Too bad it didn't work out but I'm sure he'll get his form back somewhere else.
http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2015/May/manchester-united-confirm-that-radamel-falcao-has-returned-to-monaco.aspx
I'm not so sure.
+1
I agree. Dont think he will get anywhere near his best.
I think he is done. The falcao of 3 years ago isn't returning. He will be a decent low key striker elsewhere though but the one people think is coming back is a thing of the past.
Apparently he wants to stay in PL and is willing to take a pay cut, don't think anyone will take him though, unless he impresses in Copa America.
Maybe I should have put "I hope" instead of "I'm sure" because yea, I find that strikers really come and go unless you're one of the rare strikers who can produce every year...
Liverpool fans at the end of last season :D

https://vine.co/v/OrQMZMDP3gd
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And then he woke up.
liverpool fan end of this season.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYR7pRAIRdg

lmfao
ADM's 20 min today was worrying, should we keep the lad ?? top class for sure , but is he an EPL material

and Januzai , what is going on with his first touch? rusty at best, send him on loan if not planing to play

are we really sending Tylar and James out on loan next season??!!
Whole team was shite mate, not just ADM.

ADM hasn't started in weeks neither, he is also rusty, the lad needs another season before we entertain any talk of offloading him, he is world class when on form.

I've mentioned this before but he finished the season 3rd on PL assists with 10, just behind Cazorla on 11 (he got two today in Arsenals rout of West Brom) and Fabregas on a whopping 18.

But Di Maria has only started 19 PL games this season where as Cazorla has started 32 and Fabregas 33, both Cazorla and Fabregas have played in better performing sides this season as well.

My point is that even in a mediocre season he still has a solid amount of assists, yes he has not been great but the quality is there.
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I agree that ADM should be given another season.

BUT...it's a huge risk. He'll be 28 next season and another underwhelming year could see his stock plummet. And say we realize that he just doesn't fit in, we could well lose 30+ million or worse, we could see him run his contract to the ground and then move back to play in SA for free.

Idk. I think it wasn't the smartest transfer to begin with
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First of all its far too early to be fretting about him running his contract down and moving back to SA lol.

That goes both ways though Pete, his stock isn't high atm so selling him this summer likely wouldn't recover a huge amount neither.

I think we can all agree that we overpaid but in the clubs defence he was incredible for Madrid last season and was rightly named in the world 11, I reckon 40-45 would have been about right rather than the 59 we ended up paying.

I disagree that it wasn't a smart transfer, we needed a big name signing, a player that could add pace and give us that something out of nothing edge, he can still be that player for us just give it another season and you'll see.

Its not uncommon for lightweight players to take a year to bed in, if he has an average season again next year then I'll probably be calling for the club to part ways with him as well.
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The midfield is the root of the problem (mainly Carrick). With a maestro here, we can move the ball across the field at will so everyone can play their game and everyone can shine by then. Until then, we can't move the ball quick enough and everyone needs to become a holding player which they aren't.

We saw how great ADM was, we know Herrera is brilliant, Mata is exceptional, but without Carrick or a maestro like him to pull the strings, we can't use their full potential.
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Very true Shiwa. That's why i think a Carrick replacement is the most pressing issue. More pressing than a new CB (especially now that Smalling is beasting it)
di maria would be one of the last players i give up.

the main issue is our style of football. di maria is pacy, creative, and direct: his best work is in transition. this slow build up style suits players like mata more so than explosive players, thats my only concern. if you look at the highlights di maria's best work has come on counter attacks, which we dont seem to do as much of.
+1
So with the addition of Memphis, are we gonna change the style and play faster?
The easiest thing to coach in football is defense.
+3
The hardest thing to coach in football is character.
+11
"You train dogs, i like to educate players"
+1
Serious soul searching realisation: Can Liverpool still be considered a big club? In the last 6 years Spurs have finished above them 5 times. Surely if Spurs is not considered a big club then Liverpool now even less so.

*muarf shittier than spurs muarf*
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I think failing to win the domestic league title for 25 years is far more damning.

City have finished above us a good few times in the last few seasons but are not even remotely near our size as a club let alone bigger.
In the last 6 years we finished above city 3 times. So it's a draw form wise. Not comparable to spurs and pool. But I get your point. Titles are ofc the other measurement.
Big club means a lot of things. Different things to different people.

In my opinion, it is a combination of historic success, strong philosophy, loyal and unconditional fanbase and worldwide branding.

Liverpool will always be a big club. Loyal and strong fanbase. IMHO they need an infusion of bandwagoners, some pure capitalist and business approach.

United is a big club because not only does it tick all the romantic aspects of football, but it has historically had a great team which upholds its brand, business and worldwide presence.
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History counts little nowadays Tomi, you should be the first one to acknowledge that. Without recent achievements, how can the likes of leeds or aston villa be considered a big club anymore?

Fanbase is temporary too and depend on today's success. The current fanbase will die out bits by bits and not replace because no one start out following a loser team, unless there is a very strong attachment (city, stadium...), which is not the case for majority of fans abroad. Take the Milan clubs for example.

Branding is also dependable on recent success and number of fans. If there is less and less trophies and fans then they will no longer be able to attract investments, thus dying out financially.

For all those reasons I see this as the beginning of the end for them as a big club.
I think LFC can always be considered a big club but there is no denying that there is a gulf between them and the "elite" of domestic/european football.

Their history alone means that they will always be huge, then you also have the fanbase to consider. There is a gap between Liverpool and the challenging clubs, and its up to FSG to work out how to bridge it and make them competitive again, but I don't think that you stop being a big club just because you're not competing for the title.
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Deffy put it nicely.

They are a big club, but they haven't breached into the "elite" category. Think about it- they have 5 European Cups, they should be in that conversation, but they haven't been for 10 years.

Another club who are in danger of following the same path are AC Milan.
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History is obviously a prerequisite, but does not guarantee the so called "big club" label. I think comparing the effect of mediocrity between different clubs and leagues is not correct (e.g. liverpool vs milan). Environment around the club that makes it a brand, local fanbase, economy, have a lot to do with this. Liverpool has gone decades without a league title yet they're still one of the most supported in the world and when they were in huge financial trouble they still found a big investor which speaks to the grand of the club's brand and ability to bring revenue. They were good at a time when football was expanding to new levels as opposed to when villa were good. How long can they remain a big brand without winning is a fair question. You can already feel like they're having trouble bringing in some of the talent.


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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
87
41
32
73
3
9
26
38
1
79
45
38
83
7
7
24
38
2
75
35
36
71
7
9
22
38
3
70
25
37
62
8
10
20
38
4
64
5
53
58
12
7
19
38
5
62
4
48
52
12
8
18
38
6
60
21
33
54
14
6
18
38
7
56
-3
49
46
14
8
16
38
8
54
3
45
48
14
9
15
38
9
48
-4
51
47
16
9
13
38
10
47
-2
50
48
15
11
12
38
11
47
-3
47
44
15
11
12
38
12
44
-13
51
38
16
11
11
38
13
41
-9
55
46
19
8
11
38
14
39
-23
63
40
19
9
10
38
15
38
-22
53
31
14
17
7
38
16
38
-26
57
31
20
8
10
38
17
35
-18
51
33
19
11
8
38
18
33
-25
53
28
19
12
7
38
19
30
-31
73
42
24
6
8
38
20
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