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  2. Shooter in the Motor

    Harvey Elliott

    Keita scored a belter the other day.
  3. Bobby Hundreds

    Harvey Elliott

    Klopp loves his lads, it makes it all the harder when they force me to slag them off.... Keita!
  4. Jairzinho

    Harvey Elliott

    Agreed.
  5. Shooter in the Motor

    Harvey Elliott

    The Harbey Elliott Show.
  6. Evelyn Tentions

    Instant cunt identifiers

    My favourite is still 'Exit Co-ordinator' for bouncer.
  7. Ne Moe Imya

    Harvey Elliott

    This is true, and you never really got that with some of the other youth players the club has hyped up a lot in the past. I remember Brewster was in all the videos and such the club was putting out and it really felt forced, or maybe an intentional strategy to keep Rhian onside during contract negotiations, as opposed to this. And I mean fair enough - we sold him for about treble his actual value, so I guess it worked.
  8. Barrington Womble

    January 2022 Transfer Thread

    Don't worry. The echo is telling us 4m secret weapon will be like a new signing. Liverpool to unleash £4m secret weapon as Jurgen Klopp welcomes 'new signing' https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-set-unleash-4m-secret-22804680#ICID=Android_LFCEchoNewsApp_AppShare
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  10. DalyanPete

    January 2022 Transfer Thread

    Do we have a spreadsheet/graph yet for, FFS we ain't signing anyone again. Start the summer transfer thread.
  11. Shooter in the Motor

    January 2022 Transfer Thread

    And he had the nerve to slag off Arsene Wenger? YouTube is full of cunts.
  12. Shooter in the Motor

    'Pointless' or 'The Chase'

    For every Blankery Blank there is a Bullseye.
  13. Shooter in the Motor

    Rate the last film you watched...

    The trilogy is greater than the sum of its parts. They all make the other films a little better with their backward and forward references.
  14. Two unsung heroes from last season could be heading in different directions in the January transfer window according to reports. Nat Phillips remains a player of considerable interest to teams in the second half of the Premier League table. The central defender has has only made three appearances for the Reds in this campaign as Virgil Van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez have returned to senior action after lengthy injuries. Currently Phillips is out of action with a fractured cheekbone suffered during his last appearance for the club at the San Siro against AC Milan last month. The Echo reports that the club have rejected two bids during this window, one is believed to be from Watford and more interest is expected to come in the next few days. Fellow perennial strugglers in Burnley and Newcastle have also had interest in Phillips while a move by West Ham was also mooted due to their own injury issues at centre back. So while Phillips maybe slowly heading to the exit door, there is set to be a familiar face return with the club cutting short the loan spell of Rhys Williams at Swansea. The 20 year-old who signed a long-term deal in the summer was loaned out to the Welsh club in August as the club wanted him to continue his learning curve and get more first team experience under his belt. But to this stage of the season, Williams has only made seven appearances (five in the league) with Swans manager Russell Martin outlining the difficult position. “We’ve been really honest with Liverpool about the opportunities Rhys has had and the potential opportunities he has moving forward, so the ball is in their court. “We can’t send him back…That’s the danger of doing loans. The parent club is always in control, to an extent. I think Rhys is in contact with them constantly about what’s happening." Despite his lack of first team opportunities, Martin was full of praise of his professionalism and general attitude. “I think the frustrating thing for Rhys is that he’s really happy here, he’s enjoying training, he feels he’s improved, but the one disappointing thing for him is that he’s had limited opportunities.” View full article
  15. Two unsung heroes from last season could be heading in different directions in the January transfer window according to reports. Nat Phillips remains a player of considerable interest to teams in the second half of the Premier League table. The central defender has has only made three appearances for the Reds in this campaign as Virgil Van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez have returned to senior action after lengthy injuries. Currently Phillips is out of action with a fractured cheekbone suffered during his last appearance for the club at the San Siro against AC Milan last month. The Echo reports that the club have rejected two bids during this window, one is believed to be from Watford and more interest is expected to come in the next few days. Fellow perennial strugglers in Burnley and Newcastle have also had interest in Phillips while a move by West Ham was also mooted due to their own injury issues at centre back. So while Phillips maybe slowly heading to the exit door, there is set to be a familiar face return with the club cutting short the loan spell of Rhys Williams at Swansea. The 20 year-old who signed a long-term deal in the summer was loaned out to the Welsh club in August as the club wanted him to continue his learning curve and get more first team experience under his belt. But to this stage of the season, Williams has only made seven appearances (five in the league) with Swans manager Russell Martin outlining the difficult position. “We’ve been really honest with Liverpool about the opportunities Rhys has had and the potential opportunities he has moving forward, so the ball is in their court. “We can’t send him back…That’s the danger of doing loans. The parent club is always in control, to an extent. I think Rhys is in contact with them constantly about what’s happening." Despite his lack of first team opportunities, Martin was full of praise of his professionalism and general attitude. “I think the frustrating thing for Rhys is that he’s really happy here, he’s enjoying training, he feels he’s improved, but the one disappointing thing for him is that he’s had limited opportunities.”
  16. Could not be doing with that for lunch on a working day. You should have shifted him to the evening and got a decent wine out of it as well
  17. Crazy Dave

    Other Football 2021/22

    Spurs seem to be on a hell of a run since Conte came in. Fantastic manager. And I can't believe United didn't go for him, the fucking clowns.
  18. Crazy Dave

    January 2022 Transfer Thread

    There's some red flags with that Carvalho lad. Why would a 19 year old who is appearing regularly for a side challenging for promotion to the Premier League be looking to leave if it wasn't about money? Throw in the Jorge Mendes factor and we'd be advised to stay well clear.
  19. Lee909

    January 2022 Transfer Thread

    Likely, and I'd guess a few of the ones in the EPL2 was likely a reaction to some of the tackles he was getting.
  20. Kaitlin Olsen has had some great physical comedy moments in always sunny.
  21. Anubis

    Other Football 2021/22

    Only just seen the result and the manner of the defeat. Could be the most Rodgers defeat ever.
  22. Gnasher

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Sell goods? Like the ones below? https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jan/17/uk-supplying-ukraine-with-anti-tank-weapons-mps-told Eu enlargement is a dangerous game to play, it's made the world less safe and is the complete opposite of the original reason for founding the EU. https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/europe-is-danger-top-diplomat-propose-eu-military-doctrine-2021-11-10/
  23. Found it.. 93187DF8-D6E6-4DF5-B653-266EE61F1B2B.MOV
  24. Baltar

    RIP Peter Robinson

    I remember an interview of Peter back in the 90s in the old Liverpool club magazine and he said the one thing he would dearly love to see again is us winning the European Cup. I'm glad he got to see that twice more before he left us. RIP.
  25. Aventus

    Nike deal

    I like the new training kit. Not sure why we need another new one though.
  26. MegadriveMan

    Harvey Elliott

    Klopp has always been very clear about this, players only get in the team on merit. A lot of people wanted him to get games at the end of the season when we won the league, but Klopp said he wasn't ready. I was surprised to see him in midfield though. I still think his best long term position will be taking over from Bobby as a false nine. I don't think he's quick enough to play out wide, but I could see him linking up the midfield to the attack. He's a good finisher as well which will help.
  27. stringvest

    Harvey Elliott

    I think his performances were an order of magnitude better than Curtis'. Fascinating to see if he can rekindle that form over the course of the next few months.
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