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10 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Well, we're playing one of the shittest teams in the league tonight, with forwards with fuck all pace, so if he does have even the tiniest slither of faith in Williams and Phillips they'll both be starting this evening.

 

Recoils in horror 

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9 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

That's pretty much my take on it.  

 

It doesn't even have to be one of the hugely expensive names people like to bandy about; there's got to be a Klavan-level signing out there.  Something like that would at least help me sleep at night.

 

Someone like Klavan wouldn't address the problem we have though. He was pretty shit. Taking any old centre back still puts us in the same situation we are in playing either Phillips or Williams. We'd still have to set up trying not to expose them to a high line which is not changing until either Van Dijk or Gomez are back. 

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2 hours ago, RobbieOR said:

 

Someone like Klavan wouldn't address the problem we have though. He was pretty shit. Taking any old centre back still puts us in the same situation we are in playing either Phillips or Williams. We'd still have to set up trying not to expose them to a high line which is not changing until either Van Dijk or Gomez are back. 

Exactly, a Klavan or Caulker (previous "stop gaps") coming straight into the team would worry me more than Williams or Phillips who've been training with the team for months.

We need a really really good CB this window, not just anyone.

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7 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

Well, we're playing one of the shittest teams in the league tonight, with forwards with fuck all pace, so if he does have even the tiniest slither of faith in Williams and Phillips they'll both be starting this evening.

Hard to believe it would be both. One or the other,I imagine. Philips would be my guess.

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Absolute fucking cunts they are completely to blame for this. 

 

Form dropped off as soon as it became apparent they weren't fucking buying a centre back. Wankers

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I cant be bothered going back through threads, however, people were happy with the squad. They didnt think Klopp wanted to spend. Everything was fine. Hopefully they know they were wrong.

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2 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

No. 

There's no punters, they didn't see this coming.

Put yourself in their shoes. 

 

I wouldn't be able to afford the cunts shoelaces much less their shoes 

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Waiting for all the top reds on Twatter to post that Shankly quote that he never fucking said about supporting the team when they lose.

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4 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Waiting for all the top reds on Twatter to post that Shankly quote that he never fucking said about supporting the team when they lose.

 

beLiEvE!!!

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Klopp on transfer window: "These decisions are not mine. I cannot decide if we do something. It is not something I am thinking about. This group can do better, that is what I am thinking about. 90% of what the boys did is still there. 10% is not. We work on that."

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2 minutes ago, John102 said:

I dont know if that quote is true? Im hearing Paul Senior of the Anfield Wrap believes Klopp gets what he wants.

Top red JayShanklyGates1892 on Twitter says Klopp always gets what he wants and tells everyone to fuck off who disagrees with him. 

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6 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

There's nothing remarkable about that quote.

If Klopp does want to do something (we of course don't know if he does) and they aren't willing to back him then that is worrying.

 

The man who has brought them the european cup and the league title deserves to be backed if he has said he wants backing with a signing.

 

My gut feel is he has and he isn't being backed and that is not good.

 

 

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1 minute ago, an tha said:

If Klopp does want to do something (we of course don't know if he does) and they aren't willing to back him then that is worrying.

 

The man who has brought them the european cup and the league title deserves to be backed if he has said he wants backing with a signing.

 

My gut feel is he has and he isn't being backed and that is not good.

 

 

 

If Klopp jibs it in because of these hedge fund cunts I'm starting a pirate fleet with @Nightcat and we're going to hunt these superyacht twats down. 

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Just now, Herp McDerp said:

 

If Klopp jibs it in because of these hedge fund cunts I'm starting a pirate fleet with @Nightcat and we're going to hunt these superyacht twats down. 

I hope your end product is better than the teams!

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