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I see the potential with De Ligt and he seems to be a real leader when you see him with the fans and talking about the game.

 

His inexperience also shows through as well though and being a big money signing for one of the big clubs he'll be under a lot of pressure very quickly.  He has mistakes in him as was shown against England and against Spurs.  If the reports we're not interested are true I'd be happy with that as I'd rather see Gomez given the opportunity than spend all that money on him when I don't believe he'd improve our team right now.  Joe's a lot quieter but every bit as big a prospect.

 

Personally, I'd keep our four centre half choices as they are for next season.

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46 minutes ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

De Ligt is being a massive tedious quim.

 

No surprise his agent is that fucking turbo-slug when you see the way he’s carrying on.

This. The whole thing with him and his cryptic messages is very boring. 

 

Give me Joe Gomez any day. 

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50 minutes ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

De Ligt is being a massive tedious quim.

 

No surprise his agent is that fucking turbo-slug when you see the way he’s carrying on.

I've no idea whether he is a good player or not. However, it does seem very obvious that he is a bit of a helmet. 

 

 

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Gomez is a better player right now and has the potential to be one of the very best. De Ligt is a future great an all but it just doesn’t make sense for us at this point 

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5 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

He is better than Lovren, Gomez and Matip. Sign him. 

He's not 70ml and 250k a week better than Gomez. And that slimey cunt of a agent will be back in 12-18 months trying to move him to Barcelona or wanting another 150k a week to top up his wages 

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17 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

I'm expecting a youtube video with a eurotrash soundtrack any moment...

As if by magic

 

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Watched 30 seconds so I'm a expert

 

More fucking pointless turn than Lallana

 

 

Why does everyone say we need a 10 anyway. Klopp hardly ever started Shaqiri as a 10 and more often than not likes 2 CM that get up and down the pitch. He has Hendo, Gini, Keita, Milner and Chamberlain for that role already 

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Wasn't impressed by Depay or Bergwijn last night. Depay basically over hit every pass or cross and Bergwijn ran around without doing much and lost the ball a lot.  He had one opportunity where he broke away but took forever to make a decision and the move broke down. 

 

He has raw pace and would be ok if he was around Shaqiris price but by the looks of it he would be one of those signings where Klopp would hardly play him for a season until he got to grips with the way we play. 

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Interested to see what role Lallana thinks he can play next season seeing as he's hardly been fit for 3 seasons and when he is fit he barely does anything. 

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3 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Interested to see what role Lallana thinks he can play next season seeing as he's hardly been fit for 3 seasons and when he is fit he barely does anything. 

He'll come on, slow the game down, a few cruyff turns and pull a hammy. 

 

I really do not get us keeping him one bit. Done fuck all barring 6 month spell since he signs, vastly overpaid for what he's offered. Fuck him off and give Jones the spot on the fringes of the squad 

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7 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Interested to see what role Lallana thinks he can play next season seeing as he's hardly been fit for 3 seasons and when he is fit he barely does anything. 

If the club felt he had anything at all to offer they would have added a couple years to his contract even if just to sell him on.

Never get anything close to his wages here anywhere else and as such is unsellable.

He won't play at all - and is 32 when his contract runs out so is finished at the top of the game. 

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7 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Wamangituka

 

Welcome to Liverpool. 

 

https://www.transfermarkt.com/silas-wamangituka/profil/spieler/612826

 

 

 

1 minute ago, Bad Red Bull said:

Maxwell Cornet, welcome to Liverpool. 

 

https://www.transfermarkt.com/maxwel-cornet/profil/spieler/234781

Any source that can't even spell Market properly is dubious at best. 

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