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Really intrigued by this 4-4-1-1 formation he’s been experimenting with lately. Kind of funny seeing Henderson now excelling in the role he started out with under Kenny (as an RM).

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12 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

Really intrigued by this 4-4-1-1 formation he’s been experimenting with lately. Kind of funny seeing Henderson now excelling in the role he started out with under Kenny (as an RM).

Excelling ? Fair play, the lad played great on Sunday but otherwise he's been really poor for weeks now.

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23 minutes ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Excelling ? Fair play, the lad played great on Sunday but otherwise he's been really poor for weeks now.

I think in a 4-4-1-1 you need alot of players in their natural positions. So Hendo as an ARM makes sense. It's also good cuz if AOC comes on, we know for sure he is a CM. Not an AM - which I don't think he is ready for. Plus Millie can go 6 or 9 - he really doesn't care.

The WFL is the outlier here. Sadio has always fancied himself as a bit of a 10 - not a traditional 10 but a modern one. So more of a po-mo-one oh.

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16 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Outstanding. 

Not my work

edit- but if I had better photoshop skills and a better sense of humour and wit it’s definitely the kind of thing I would do 

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Klopp bought Brendans house and someone wrote on Facebook that he’ll decorated it and improve its value by millions. I thought it was quite funny haha 

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16 hours ago, Ginny said:

Klopp bought Brendans house and someone wrote on Facebook that he’ll decorated it and improve its value by millions. I thought it was quite funny haha 

 

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Chuffed to bits for Herr Klopp on breaking the record for unbeaten games. Also becomes the quickest Liverpool manager to win 100 games and in a load of games less than the other that achieved this milestone. 

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When you see the shambolic state of some of the teams in the league isn't it brilliant that we have this genius in charge of the club with records being broken left right and centre and the team playing some of the best football most other teams can only  dream off .

As Dave has said in his match reports these are truly wonderful times for everyone involved with  the club and we should savour them .

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