Quantcast
Gary Mac Connection - FF - Football Forum - The Liverpool Way Jump to content

Welcome to the new and improved TLW!

 

Some of you may experience issues logging in and will get an 'incorrect password' error. Don't worry, you haven't typed it in wrong and your password hasn't been changed. You will need to reset it though in order to log in. Click the reset password link and you will receive an email with your new temporary password. Once logged in, you need to choose a new password (or restore to your old one) otherwise you will be locked out again.

 

If you have an out of date email address linked to your account, then you won't receive the new password. If that's the case then you'll need to email me (dave @liverpoolway.co.uk) or send me a tweet @theliverpoolway and I'll update your password manually. 

 

Any other problems or questions just let me know.

 

Thanks

Dave

The Leeds Fan

Gary Mac Connection

Recommended Posts

Any chance with the connection that Gary has at your club there could be a chance of getting a few young players on loan?

 

we need a right back

 

Right wing

 

and a couple of strikers

 

Hammill?

 

Nemeth?

 

El Zhar?

 

Any other thoughts lads?

 

can anyone even see any chance of a player coming to Leeds, would be a good experience, good crowds and training facilities etc.

 

P.S hope you beet the scum cnuts to the tittle this season.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

And Voronin.

 

This is great :drool:

 

Theres a few (i.e darby, hamill, el zhar) that would fit the bill. Youre not having nemeth though, he stays here.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Any chance with the connection that Gary has at your club there could be a chance of getting a few young players on loan?

 

we need a right back

 

Right wing

 

and a couple of strikers

 

Hammill?

 

Nemeth?

 

El Zhar?

 

Any other thoughts lads?

 

can anyone even see any chance of a player coming to Leeds, would be a good experience, good crowds and training facilities etc.

 

P.S hope you beet the scum cnuts to the tittle this season.

 

Can we have Steve Staunton back as our director of football?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Any chance with the connection that Gary has at your club there could be a chance of getting a few young players on loan?

 

we need a right back

 

Right wing

 

and a couple of strikers

 

Hammill?

 

Nemeth?

 

El Zhar?

 

Any other thoughts lads?

 

can anyone even see any chance of a player coming to Leeds, would be a good experience, good crowds and training facilities etc.

 

P.S hope you beet the scum cnuts to the tittle this season.

 

I can see a few of the young lads going out on loan and there is no reason that they couldn't come to you lot (would have been better if you'd won the playoff mind - I'd have been 30 quid richer).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I can see a few of the young lads going out on loan and there is no reason that they couldn't come to you lot (would have been better if you'd won the playoff mind - I'd have been 30 quid richer).

 

tell me about it.

 

amazig stadium though, and a cracking day out!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Leeds Fan, do you have a keeper on your books called Matt Edwards? He was a few years below me in my school and last I know he had trials at Leeds. You know if he's still at Leeds or anything?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Leeds Fan, do you have a keeper on your books called Matt Edwards? He was a few years below me in my school and last I know he had trials at Leeds. You know if he's still at Leeds or anything?

 

yeah we do mate, has good potential apparently, last time i heard though scum were looking at him, hopefully he doesnt follow 6 or 7 of his fellow acadeamy players and leave, although a few did leave to the likes of bolton ect 'cos they couldnt get in our team anyway

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Leeds Fan, do you have a keeper on your books called Matt Edwards? He was a few years below me in my school and last I know he had trials at Leeds. You know if he's still at Leeds or anything?

 

yeah we do mate, has good potential apparently, last time i heard though scum were looking at him, hopefully he doesnt follow 6 or 7 of his fellow acadeamy players and leave, although a few did leave to the likes of bolton ect 'cos they couldnt get in our team anyway :yes:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
yeah we do mate, has good potential apparently, last time i heard though scum were looking at him, hopefully he doesnt follow 6 or 7 of his fellow acadeamy players and leave, although a few did leave to the likes of bolton ect 'cos they couldnt get in our team anyway

 

yeah we do mate, has good potential apparently, last time i heard though scum were looking at him, hopefully he doesnt follow 6 or 7 of his fellow acadeamy players and leave, although a few did leave to the likes of bolton ect 'cos they couldnt get in our team anyway :yes:

 

I see the difference! A nodding smilie! Do I get a prize?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I suppose :whoops:

 

Nice one. Can't believe Leeds didn't get promotion though, you've every right to feel hard done by given what happened.

 

Looked like they'd nothing left in the tank against Doncaster.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Nice one. Can't believe Leeds didn't get promotion though, you've every right to feel hard done by given what happened.

 

Looked like they'd nothing left in the tank against Doncaster.

 

Very much so, it was a long and a amazing season, the best since 00/01.

 

-15.

 

one week to assemble a squad.

 

win first 8 games.

 

lose one game in 15.

 

lose poyet.

 

lose wise.

 

get gary mac on 31st of jan with no time to sign new players.

 

ex leeds player, former tittle winning skipper cant win 1 game in first 5.

 

start losing at home.

 

cheltnham do the double over us.

 

win 9 out of last 10 games.

 

lose first play off game at home.

 

play amazing away win 2-0 young howson scores both, youngest skipper since the great billy bremner.

 

run out of steam in the final with 55 thousand leeds fans in wembley and a total of around 90 thousand down in london

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Not think a season out on loan would do him any good?

 

Yeah I think he should go out on loan to the right team, but to a higher level than league 1. Championship team minimum, IMO he could go to one of the promoted teams in the premiership.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Hope you lot go up next season anyway, mate. I'd rather Leeds back in the Premiership than dross like Fulham and Wigan with shite support.

 

Thanks a lot, i post on the football network were it has lots of teams on it, and liverpool is the only team that wish us luck, everyone else wants us to rot in hell.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Hope you lot go up next season anyway, mate. I'd rather Leeds back in the Premiership than dross like Fulham and Wigan with shite support.

 

Yeah, proper football club with great support. Shame the way it's gone for them.

 

By the way Leeds fan, how much of the blame would you put connect to Ridsdale?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Paul Anderson might be worth a shout. And there's a legendary reserve striker called Jordy Brouwer that you might want a look at....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm not sure Rafa will loan Nemeth out as he could be getting in the first team squad, depending on what happens to Crouch and Voronin. If not, then he will be a cracking player for you on loan.

 

We have several defenders who could benefit from going on loan. Most of them are CB's but I'm sure one or two could play at right back as well.

 

The way our reserves are going at the moment is that they are very young (I think the average age is 17). We have lots of great talent there though, and some of them should be getting in the first team set up in the next 2-3 years. I'm not sure they will shine against big hairy defenders at the moment though, so Rafa might prefer to keep most of the team together as they develop technically.

 

PS - don't mind Leeds at all. Big city, big club. Good history. Lots of fans. Should be in the Prem. Good luck.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest PaddyBerger15

Its a crying shame what has happened to Leeds, they are a proper club with a proper stadium and good support. Ive been to Elland Road many times over the years and always had a good day out, and not just watching Liverpool there either. Went the season you won the title, you beat us 1-0, Steve Hodge scored the winner, and was there for the Tony Yeboah special.

It might well happen with the Gary Mac link that a couple of lads come your way on loan, and it would be a good set up for both parties I think. The young lads would get to play in a proper ground in front of a good crowd and get some competitive football under a good manager. I can see this happening.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Available Subscriptions

  • Last Match Report

  • Latest Posts

    • I did leave the game on last night just to see Roy Keane, he was so funny, didn’t pull any punches. Dreading reading some social media this morning but most aren’t laughing at us for us change but at the mancs. As others have said we’ve been magnificent this season, there may be a twist yet. Hell of a season if we are a close second and CL winners.
    • Pep Guardiola has seen many things in his Football career, but it is highly unlikely that he has been part of a title race such as this.

      Man City reclaimed the upper hand on Wednesday night with a 2-0 victory in the Manchester derby.

      While the Spaniard and his squad would have breathed an almighty sigh of relief to get the much discussed fixture out of the way with the three points, he knows there is plenty of hard work to be done.

      The Liverpool Echo reported Guardiola as saying:

      "Normally with this kind of derby victory you can it enjoy it the most but we have to be calm.

      " We have to prepare well for all three games left.

      "It's important to be calm. We are still not champions with three games left - it's incredible with the points we and Liverpool have.

      "I told the players don't read tomorrow, don't watch the television, just rest and sleep a lot and go in there against Burnley."

      Despite being the manager of their closest rival this season, it is clearly evident the respect that Guardiola has for the job that Jurgen Klopp has done with the Reds and the squad as a whole.

      Guardiola says both Liverpool and City deserve equal recognition for producing a title race for the ages.

      And unlike previous seasons where the runner-up may look back and say 'what if' both teams should be ultimately proud of their efforts.  

      " Liverpool and ourselves deserve the title as one.

      "The team that is going to lose can't have regrets because they have given everything."

      We have come close in our last couple of title challenges, but all we experienced at the end of it was a feeling of emptiness and frustration.

      Somehow this feels a bit different and while the race is far but over, whatever transpires in the remaining weeks, you can only feel pride of the efforts by the Redmen on a week to week basis.



       
      View full article
    • The form of Joel Matip has undoubtedly been one of the most pleasing developments in the second half of this campaign. However, there would have been times when the Cameroon international would have wondered if things were ever going to go his way at Liverpool.

      Just when it seemed he was ready to stamp his authority on the centre back position, an innocuous injury appeared completely out of the blue such as the collarbone injury sustained in the last minute of the final Champions League group game against Napoli in early December.

      Seemingly blessed with the physical attributes to be a impressive central defender, his inability to impose himself in a game sense due to his causal demeanour has consistently frustrated many fans over his time at the club.

      However a real opportunity emerged in the early part of 2019. 

      After making a quicker than expected recovery from his injury, a spot in the back four opened up with Dejan Lovren who had been deputising for both Joe Gomez and Matip, suffering an hamstring strain in the FA Cup tie against Wolves.

      They say good fortune comes in many ways and to the great credit of the 27 year-old, he has taken it with both hands.

      Developing a strong bond with your fellow central defender is crucial, and something that Matip lacked in previous stints in the side.

      However, after linking up with Virgil Van Dijk, he has progressed to the next level.

      There is something a bit special seeing a central defender go on mazy runs up the pitch.

      Matip has always had this aspect to his game, but as his confidence has grown, his roaming trips have become all the more frequent to the great delight of the Anfield crowd.

      The defender explained to the Official site about his love to have the ball at his feet.

      "I'm a defender but I really enjoy to have the ball in all situations.

      "We have the ball quite often and I try to help my teammates and try to do something for the team to create something. 

      "I really enjoy it. I think it's not bad if you enjoy the way you play.

      "When I was young I tried to play from the back. I think that's just the way I am, the way I play. Sometimes it helps and I hope that it will help our team.

      "Maybe I should not do it every few minutes but I think he [Klopp] trusts me.   "If I step in and the risk is not too high and I can help the team then it's helpful."  

      Despite having an adventurous nature, Matip knows putting the ball in the back of the net himself is not one of his strengths and he sticks to the basics in this regard.

      "I know what I can do and shooting is not my favourite part, so I think it's better to leave the shooting for some others.

      "But maybe one day I will be in a better position and also can score with a shot."

      Currently enjoying his most consistent run of games as a Liverpool player, Matip knows every team Liverpool comes up against at this time of the season is a considerable test which continues against Huddersfield on Friday night.

      "No game in the Premier League is easy, it doesn't matter who you play against.

      "They will fight, they will try to earn their respect and they will not come here to give us some points. It will be a tough challenge."

       
      View full article
    • If we lift the European Cup - what would have been the jewel in their potential quadruple crown - I'd imagine that would absolutely boil their, and especially Guardiola's piss.   Even should they pip us to the League.   We have to stay positive, twat Huddersfield.   And I have to keep reminding myself we can win the European Cup.   (And maybe the League)        
    • I'm hoping Saruman the White conjures up the 1974 Leighton James to score a last-gasp Burnley winner/equaliser.
  • Latest Round Up

  • Popular Contributors

×