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2 hours ago, Em City said:

TK-421 has decided he's not getting enough attention so he's launched into another campaign.

 

Ah bless, hope you get what you need TK you sad bastard.

Just calling it as I see it.  I'm generally very positive about our players but have concerns about this one.

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2 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

He probably thought Mignolet used to get too much grief, so he's trying to prove that point by hammering the "Adrian is terrible" angle because people were happy with the change. TK has to work on not being so transparent.

 

He's not even been at the club for 2 weeks and he probably wasn't fully fit today. It's too early to draw conclusions. 

I thought a lot of the criticism of Mignolet was fair.  Some of it was OTT.  I still think he was better than this guy. 

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30 minutes ago, TK421 said:

I thought a lot of the criticism of Mignolet was fair.  Some of it was OTT.  I still think he was better than this guy. 

"This guy". Haha. Yeah, no agenda here. 

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3 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

"This guy". Haha. Yeah, no agenda here. 

Listen, I don't think he's very good at goalkeeping based on what I've seen so far.  Get over it.

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2 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

"This guy". Haha. Yeah, no agenda here. 

 

In fairness, calling him "this guy" is something of an upgrade from "he's absolutely fucking shit".

 

 

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8 hours ago, TK421 said:

I thought a lot of the criticism of Mignolet was fair.  Some of it was OTT.  I still think he was better than this guy. 

 

No doubting his blunder was horrendous, but the lad pulled off some good saves to keep us in the game in that first half and also made a few in the second. Salah and Bobby missed sitters. None of these instances caused us to drop points, so all is good. He also made some very good saves against Chelsea to help us win the Supercup. Alisson is the best keeper in the World atm, or one of them, DeGea is another, neither are without mistakes. Mingolet cost us loads of points, as did Karius. 

 

With Adrian I personally feel a lot less worried, he just needs to knock this 2-3 second pause with time on the ball whilst looking for an outlet up field, tbf Alisson needs to do the same. If you are ahead by two goals in a game then there is no need for it, just put your boot through it or pass it to a player at the back in space. 

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10 hours ago, TK421 said:

Just calling it as I see it.  I'm generally very positive about our players but have concerns about this one.

To be fair Allison has been doing some weird shit at times during games. 

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17 hours ago, SlugTrail said:

So we are all agreed then its atchebergs fault as he doesn't know how to coach a goalkeeper.

He's the commom dominator, has been for years, he's got a negative miders touch, turns gold to shit. 

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5 minutes ago, Butch said:

He's the commom dominator, has been for years, he's got a negative miders touch, turns gold to shit. 

Out of interest, why do you think that multiple managers who work with him on the daily still employ him? What are they missing? 

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2 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Out of interest, why do you think that multiple managers who work with him on the daily still employ him? What are they missing? 

Achterburg deffo brings the Hobnobs for morning break the sycophant.

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5 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Out of interest, why do you think that multiple managers who work with him on the daily still employ him? What are they missing? 

Probably seen as an institution just like George. 

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11 hours ago, TK421 said:

I thought a lot of the criticism of Mignolet was fair.  Some of it was OTT.  I still think he was better than this guy. 

Alison was trying to take on a defender and to show off his clear ability on the ball. He got caught out and then cut it out.

 

What Adrian did was inexplicable, like Karius in the final. One of the worst mistakes I've seen in top flight football from a keeper.

 

With Alison, the learning was clear. I have no idea what Adrian is going to learn from this, because I have no idea what he was thinking or trying to do.

 

The only similarities are the fact that we won 2-1 despite the mistake.

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In a weird sort of way I'd rather he did his fuck up like that than say letting one through his hands. At least that's the sort of mistake you can remedy by saying just get fucking shut if it next time 

The point blank save first half was as good as I've seen from any of our keepers for a while 

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He spent 3 days watching Alisson be as cool as Xabi Alonso and decided he could do that too. He now knows he can't, no biggie, don't do it in the next 2 games and then he can sit back on the bench and collect medals every 4 months.

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1 hour ago, joe_fishfish said:

Yes it was a bad error for their goal but I very much doubt he'll do it again.

Klopp laughed it off as normal for Liverpool keepers to do something like that once "so he's ticked that box".

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Same as the Leicester game last season, I'm not arsed about the mistake as we got the three points.

 

I'd be shocked if we don't see two opposition players charging at him every time it's played back to his feet now, which will be a challenge for him and us, as Alisson was an important part of our play in that regard.

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