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35 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

As good as he obviously is,he cannot cover those three positions at the same time without becoming the size of a T Rex overnight.

A thinking experiment, if he grows that much, will he have Pickfordesque short arms ?. If so then it's a no from me.

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He's class but shouldn't be limited in defence, it's great that he's defensively minded though so can bring that to the midfield.

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not a player who'll disappear for weeks on end with the old 'if you can't see what he does you don't understand football' bollocks trotted out by the self-appointed intelligentsia 

 

gets involved and stays involved throughout matches

 

multi-talented and a genuine utility man who should be on the team-sheet now for all big matches

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6 hours ago, thegreatelephant said:

not a player who'll disappear for weeks on end with the old 'if you can't see what he does you don't understand football' bollocks trotted out by the self-appointed intelligentsia 

 

gets involved and stays involved throughout matches

 

multi-talented and a genuine utility man who should be on the team-sheet now for all big matches

To be fair, I get that response quite a lot when discussing the merit of Bobby to lead our line, yet one thing you can’t accuse him of is to go missing. 

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The first two season for bobby he could play half a game without touching the ball. A bit like wijnaldum  

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Tell me again about PSG wanting to loan him until the end of the season...

 

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53 minutes ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

Looking good for the remainder of the season. Gomez, Matip and Lovren on the way back. Fabinho should be the first choice mid now along with Wiji. 

 

This.

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I thought Keita would be the guaranteed starter and Fabinho would be on the bench, I was very wrong, he deserves to start every game right now 

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Great stuff again, brilliant that he can slot in at CB when needed without a massive drop in quality (or maybe an improvement on Lovren). We'll probably see him at RB too once we have Matip or Gomez again. 

 

Interesting that he went onto the left side of the CB pairing and Virgil moved over to the right, not sure whether that was done for Fabinho's benefit or Trent's. Kudos to Virgil anyway for still being a beast in a slightly different position too. 

 

Can see this chap being at the club for a long time, has all the attributes we've been crying out for for years, and his Mrs is game as fuck. 

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3 hours ago, Aventus said:

Interesting that he went onto the left side of the CB pairing and Virgil moved over to the right, not sure whether that was done for Fabinho's benefit or Trent's. Kudos to Virgil anyway for still being a beast in a slightly different position too. 

He played right centre back today.

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Couldn't belive MOTD singled him out for praise this evening. For me he was almost certainly our weakest player against Brighton. He seemed nervous and spent almost the entire game passing it to VVD five metres away. The other two successful pass completions were to Gini who was three metres away. 

 

I was waiting for two things in that match: Fabinho making a royal cock-up to concede a goal for the draw; or Friend stiffing us again (again again). Speaking to a few of their supporters after the game, they reckon the only team Friend hates more than Liverpool is them! 

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12 minutes ago, rb14 said:

Couldn't belive MOTD singled him out for praise this evening. For me he was almost certainly our weakest player against Brighton. He seemed nervous and spent almost the entire game passing it to VVD five metres away. The other two successful pass completions were to Gini who was three metres away. 

 

I was waiting for two things in that match: Fabinho making a royal cock-up to concede a goal for the draw; or Friend stiffing us again (again again). Speaking to a few of their supporters after the game, they reckon the only team Friend hates more than Liverpool is them! 

They singled him out because he's not a CB yet was part of a defense that easily shut down a side that always scores goals at home. He was targeted by Brighton all game and he didn't give them much. 

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4 hours ago, rb14 said:

Couldn't belive MOTD singled him out for praise this evening. For me he was almost certainly our weakest player against Brighton. He seemed nervous and spent almost the entire game passing it to VVD five metres away. The other two successful pass completions were to Gini who was three metres away. 

 

I was waiting for two things in that match: Fabinho making a royal cock-up to concede a goal for the draw; or Friend stiffing us again (again again). Speaking to a few of their supporters after the game, they reckon the only team Friend hates more than Liverpool is them! 

 

Stay of the ket before watching games....

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5 hours ago, Anubis said:

 

Stay of the ket before watching games....

I didn’t think he was as good as others do here. He was fine but not great.

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Just now, aRdja said:

I didn’t think he was as good as others do here. He was fine but not great.

He was great for a DM. He was fine overall with a couple of great blocks.

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Just now, Numero Veinticinco said:

He was great for a DM. He was fine overall with a couple of great blocks.

Agreed. 

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