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1 hour ago, Lee909 said:

Yep

Origi is a decent replacement for one of them. But that's it. He doesn't have the magic they do. 

Origi is a better finisher than Mo in many respects-possibly more consistent, Hard to tell until he gets the same game time as Mo.

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2 hours ago, Red Shift said:

Origi is a better finisher than Mo in many respects-possibly more consistent, Hard to tell until he gets the same game time as Mo.

He can't produce the magic to make goals for himself like Mo can. 

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2 hours ago, Red Shift said:

Origi is a better finisher than Mo in many respects-possibly more consistent, Hard to tell until he gets the same game time as Mo.

Hahaha

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2 hours ago, Red Shift said:

Origi is a better finisher than Mo in many respects-possibly more consistent, Hard to tell until he gets the same game time as Mo.

The nurse will be round with your tablets soon 

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Good to see Klopp in the post match interview saying that he doesnt want to talk about the CL win anymore, focus now on the upcoming season.

 

From a commercial perspective of course, the club need to keep the CL win in on the agenda for as long as possible.

 

From a sporting perspective the celebrations have been going on too long.

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1 hour ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Mignolet out Karius-ing Karius. I'd rather have a girl named Alison playing in goal until AB gets back.

I’d rather have Elvis Costello.

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Our front three elevate us to a top side and without any of them it's not really surprising that we clearly operate at a level below and are about on a par with the last three sides we met. 

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1 hour ago, Trojan1892 said:

What about when you have two of our front three out injured ?

We beat Barcelona 4-0 usually

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I read the other day that klopp insists on 2 training sessions the day before a match and 1 on the day. Might go a little way to explaining our early performances.

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Definitely looked like he was someone playing to be noticed. Well, I noticed you, Bruno. I noticed you. 

 

He would slot into our team very nicely. Not our cup of tea according to Jürgen Fraüd

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