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3 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

Why? Why would you say that? Useless at Madrid but helped win the Champions League for them at our expense.

 

This is on you if he turns up for a game tonight!

He has not turned up.

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Hands up who was fooled and thought Matip would be fit tonight? Really annoyed with him and his endless injuries. Good player but needs shipping out in the summer. 

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Just now, Baltar said:

Hands up who was fooled and thought Matip would be fit tonight? Really annoyed with him and his endless injuries. Good player but needs shipping out in the summer. 

It was clear Klopp wanted to avoid any unnecessary panic before 7pm tonight.

 

Fucking worked, like

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hate to say it, but i really cannot see us keeping a clean sheet tonight, unless the gorgeous one performs heroics thats never been seen before.

 

Credit where its due, Kane and Son are two very legit attackers.

 

Im fucking dreading this

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The games that worry me generally turn out well, the ones that don't generally turn out shit. Let's hope this continues tonight.

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1 minute ago, Daisy said:

This is the first difficult test either rookie defender has had. 

 

Gone with Williams over Phillips to deal with Sons pace 

Williams isn’t quick.

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1 minute ago, Daisy said:

This is the first difficult test either rookie defender has had. 

 

Gone with Williams over Phillips to deal with Sons pace 

Rhys did a nice job against Atalanta, to be fair. That was a tough test.

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A win for Spurs would be absolutely huge for them, they already have momentum and a win away to the champions would really make them believe they can win the league. We need to not let that happen.

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Spurs only threat is counter attacks. Phillips is too slow for it.

 

Hes much better against the grogs, we will see him against Burnley, West brom etc. 

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Just now, an tha said:

Matip is a total waste of space.

He's different to Keita in the sense that he contributes massively on the pitch but fitness wise it's not good enough. 

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1 minute ago, joe_fishfish said:

Big call putting Rhys Williams in, I would probably have gone with Phillips, although I guess there isn't a great deal in it.

 

Matip should probably retire at this point.

Obviously Jurgen sees more than me of these boys, but I think Phillips is the stronger, more mature player and would be a better fit in an arm wrestle with Kane. 

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Dunno why people shit themselves for games like this, we beat Barcelona 4-0. These are an average European side that's riding high by default because everyone else is crippled or dead. They'd be top of the league in the walking drag universe. Fuck them the jellied eel cunts, let's dole out some whoopass.

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