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20 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

As an aside I tried to find the CB we had to have a few years back - can't remember his name but he does not appear to be in their national team atm

Krygyiagyfgyakios.

 

Must be about 45, to be fair.

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Unwise to judge a player on his nationality.  I mean who was the best Egyptian before Salah?  The best Senegalese before Mane?     
 

I have full faith in both Klopp and the recruitment team and they must think this fella can provide the cover required. 

So let us wait until he’s played a game for us before we pile on, hey!  

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35 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Krygyiagyfgyakios.

 

Must be about 45, to be fair.

 

23 minutes ago, Einch said:

Big Soto Kyrgiakos. In the days when he was a cult hero for some. Fucking hell. 

No, the young fella we were after a few years back

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2 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

 

No, the young fella we were after a few years back

Papadopolos or something? He did his knee in a couple of times and has been injury plagued from what I remember.

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5 minutes ago, JagSquared said:

Papadopolos or something? He did his knee in a couple of times and has been injury plagued from what I remember.

HAH!! Yes, thats my boy:

 

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2 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

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Stud. 

‘Kinell. It’s the Greek version of Albert The Moron. 

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2 minutes ago, El Diego said:

So we looked at Lewis and at Reguilon and decided to go for the cheapest option. That Mbappe fund continues to grow.

Reguilon wont come here as backup to Robbo having made the LaLiga team of the year

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Just now, Bad Red Bull said:

Reguilon wont come here as backup to Robbo having made the LaLiga team of the year

What were we doing looking at him then?

 

He wouldn't come on her to be looked at.

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35 minutes ago, Paul said:

‘Kinell. It’s the Greek version of Albert The Moron. 

 

Nah, he hasn't got his face tattooed on the dog.

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2 minutes ago, Chocoholic said:

This guy was highlighting him almost 2 weeks ago, when barely anyone knew of him.

Somebody must have known about him - we started negotiations a few weeks ago.

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