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    • Probably not, which is why we aren't buying anyone there, but I disagree the players are different. The 3 players on the right, were all wingers. Henderson and Chamberlain when younger and then obviously Elliott. The ability to play wide is clearly something Klopp likes in that right #8 position. Keita isn't that when he's there, but he plays far up like an attacking midfielder. It's probably viewed as a creative role.    I would have bought someone in that position as to me, it's our weakest in terms of quality. But I'm sure Klopp expects Elliott to step up and Henderson is still obviously going to be favoured there. 
    • Like this left wing nut case;    
    • Fully agreed I get the whole pragmatic approach but there is a fighting chance the strikes are going to spread over the summer and sitting in the middle isn't going to be really an option. Quite frankly I don't see the problem in saying ..these people have had almost a decade of pay restraints and in many cases gave worked through the pandemic, due to the cost of living rise, they deserve a decent pat rise just to stay afloat. And if necessary bring up the Tories wanting to ease pay restraints on the very wealthy,point out the billions wasted in track and trace and the ppe scandal.
    • https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/uk-news/google-searches-join-union-soar-24298556   The current rail strike and talk of other industrial action by teachers, post office workers, NHS staff and even barristers has seen a huge 184% increase in Google searches for 'join union', according to a new report. The analysis reveals the increase seen on June 22 in the United Kingdom was the highest level in over a year.     The data also reveals that searches for ‘how to strike’ have exploded 135% since the strikes began. A spokesperson from Workello said: “This week the British public have been faced with trains up and down the country coming to a standstill as a result of these strikes by RMT, leading to difficulties getting to work, attending events and appointments. "However, the strikes have also encouraged a surge of online interest in joining a trade union, indicating the massive impact that strikers are having across the country. With more strikes across other sectors rumoured to take place in the future, it will be interesting to see whether these searches continue to rise, especially if strikers achieve their desired outcome.”  
    • 'England my England' with Union flags in his avatar & all over his post.   Spastic.   Morrissey might play though...
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