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17 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

Imagine spending more than Big Virg on Harry Maguire. 

 

 

Madness I tell yeh madness let them do it , remember when they took the piss out of us when we paid 75 million for now the best defender in the world 

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He’ll look a world beater if he goes to City. Their defenders have to do fuck all because they have about 80% of the possession. He’ll score 5/6 goals a season playing for them and they’ll all say he’s better than VVD. To be fair to him he actually is better than Otamendi and Stones so will (slightly) improve them. 

 

If he goes to Utd he’ll be fucked playing with donkeys like Smalling and Jones every week. Let’s hope he goes there. 

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It'll be a feather in aRdja's cap if he makes a big money move to one of the Manc clubs.  Unless he's shit, in which case we can all point and laugh at all concerned. 

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Giving Brendan 80ml to spend.

 

Edwards will be on the phone

 

Buy 2 get a third at full price

Come and see our wares

 

Special offer 24hrs only

Lovren 30ml

Lallana 15ml

Wilson 30ml

 

Or buy all 3 for 80ml

 

Come on Brendan you know you want to

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45 minutes ago, Sugar Ape said:

He’ll look a world beater if he goes to City. Their defenders have to do fuck all because they have about 80% of the possession. He’ll score 5/6 goals a season playing for them and they’ll all say he’s better than VVD. To be fair to him he actually is better than Otamendi and Stones so will (slightly) improve them. 

 

If he goes to Utd he’ll be fucked playing with donkeys like Smalling and Jones every week. Let’s hope he goes there. 

Maguire won't ever look a world beater in a high line.    

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3 minutes ago, Grinch said:

Maguire won't ever look a world beater in a high line.    

He will if he has someone rapid next to him and the midfield are good enough to stop 90% of counter attacks before they've even started. City are amazing for that, the amount of tactical fouls they get away with is absurd.

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Maguire is possibly the least suited CB to City's style of play. He can't pass, and gets done by runners. He's a backs to the wall, head everything into the stands style of old schooler. I'd love City to sign him.

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7 minutes ago, Grinch said:

Maguire won't ever look a world beater in a high line.    

He looks like he has been beaten round the head by the world though 

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1 hour ago, cloggypop said:

Imagine spending more than Big Virg on Harry Maguire. 

 

 

 

I think Maguire is a good player but the poster who earlier said that he's not even in the same hemisphere as Big Virg was spot on. Not even worth the shit from the big man's shoe or the sewat from his neighbours dog's bollocks.

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| #LFC officials were impressed by Benfica youngster David Tavares in the Reds' friendly against the B team in the build up to the Champions League final [O Jogo] https://t.co/yxiddY6KNz

 

http://sportwitness.co.uk/liverpool-officials-impressed-youngster-benfica-friendly-name-player-now-revealed/

 

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am i the only one that thinks Maguire is  square head and shoulders above De Ligt?

 

every time ive seen Maguire play he's looked rather solid.

 

De ligt on the other hand cant handle people jumping into him, and i he was megged for the Portugal goal last night. He's good, but at the price being bandied about for him, you'd expect the finished article, not some raw kid who you'd have to coach the fuck out of. 

 

 

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De Ligt is still raw but at 19 he's played in more big games - and performed well in them - than Maguire has at 26. Between them, a rational person would pick de Ligt every single day.

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52 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Giving Brendan 80ml to spend.

 

Edwards will be on the phone

 

Buy 2 get a third at full price

Come and see our wares

 

Special offer 24hrs only

Lovren 30ml

Lallana 15ml

Wilson 30ml

 

Or buy all 3 for 80ml

 

Come on Brendan you know you want to

 

He’ll blow it all on Joe Allen.

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2 minutes ago, Boss said:

Maguire has never impressed me.

 

He's big and strong

Andhe's good on the ball

But he doesn't read the game

Very well at all. 

 

Beautiful poetry, Boss.

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9 minutes ago, Boss said:

Maguire has never impressed me. He's big and strong and he's good on the ball but he doesn't read the game very well at all. 

So perfect for most games in England really. 

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

| #LFC officials were impressed by Benfica youngster David Tavares in the Reds' friendly against the B team in the build up to the Champions League final [O Jogo] https://t.co/yxiddY6KNz

 

http://sportwitness.co.uk/liverpool-officials-impressed-youngster-benfica-friendly-name-player-now-revealed/

 

The last Taveres we signed has done ok.. I’m in

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