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Joy. Urgency. Stamina. Tact. Will-to-win. Intelligence. Nerve.

 

I don't ask for much.

 

I'm sure it will be tempting for Klopp to rotate the squad a bit for this one. Not to underestimate Genk because we should be too powerful for them to cope with, but it needs whoever the manager picks to be on it right from the start. Don't allow the game to turn into a slog, coming off the back of a poor display at Snake Mountain.

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Needs to rotate to keep it fresh for Spurs game. We were a steaming pile of Pogba today and a few looked jaded. 

 

Adrian

Gomez Lovren VVD Robbo

Keita Fab Gini

Ox Origi Lallana

 

We're fuckin shite

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46 minutes ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

Needs to rotate to keep it fresh for Spurs game. We were a steaming pile of Pogba today and a few looked jaded. 

 

Adrian

Gomez Lovren VVD Robbo

Keita Fab Gini

Ox Origi Lallana

 

We're fuckin shite

 

Ox and Lallana on the wings? It’s a no from me.

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Alisson

Lovren

Van Dijk

Trent

Robertson

Milner

Keita

Ox

Salah

Mane

Origi

 

Bobby looked like he needed a rest, worst game ives seen from from for a while. Hendo wasn’t great. I don’t think we need Fabinho for this game.

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3 minutes ago, Joey8FrogsLegs said:

 

Ox and Lallana on the wings? It’s a no from me.

Sounds like a line from an early demo of Fields Of Anfield Road. 

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39 minutes ago, suzy said:

Belgium cunts!

It’s a forum in-joke Suzy , although it is usually Danish and Dutch teams or players that are deliberately juxtaposed.

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3 hours ago, sir roger said:

It’s a forum in-joke Suzy , although it is usually Danish and Dutch teams or players that are deliberately juxtaposed.

Strange people! 

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7 hours ago, suzy said:

Strange people! 

A few years ago Dave Kirby called DT of this forum a Dutch cunt in an internet spat and it stuck.  

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We're clearly the better side, can't take these lot too easily though, they have a few tricky players up top. Just need to take our chances what come our way and we'll be fine. 

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I think we should see Keita in this one. If Salah is out still then I'd start Lallana too. See if he fancies building on his goal. 

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18 hours ago, ZonkoVille77 said:

Needs to rotate to keep it fresh for Spurs game. We were a steaming pile of Pogba today and a few looked jaded. 

 

Adrian

Gomez Lovren VVD Robbo

Keita Fab Gini

Ox Origi Lallana

 

We're fuckin shite

 

That attack certainly is. 

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