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  1. Top, top analysis of appearance by the use of alliteration there.
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    Aston Villa 1 Liverpool 4 (Jan 8 2021)

    First of all it’s good play by Villa, so credit to them. I think Williams makes one or two mistakes in this situation. When he is running alongside Barry he tries to outrun a faster opponent to get to the ball first when he should have used his superior physique to shrug Barry off or at least block him from getting across, and then take control of the ball. Instead he lets Barry run around him. Perhaps is he also too far away from Fabinho when the ball is played (or Fabinho is too far away from Williams - anyway, the distance between them is too great). If Williams had been closer to Fabinho he could have intercepted that pass easily. The space on the outside was well covered by Neco so Rhys should have covered the inside better by being closer to Fabinho.
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    Liverpool 2 Spurs 1 (Dec 16 2020)

    Top, top Mourinho vs. Dyche analysis there.
  4. R.I.P. Ray Clemence. He was my first Liverpool hero. I was gutted when he left for Spurs, and gutted when the sad news came this week. The word «legend» is used far too often about players who have won one or two trophies here during a spell of a few years. Clemence won the league five times, the European Cup three times, the UEFA cup twice, and the domestic cups once each. He played 665 matches for the club. Now that is a LEGEND.
  5. Messi to Liverpool? Robbo’s not having it.
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    Tottenham 0 Liverpool 1 (Jan 11 2020)

    Is the persistent misspelling of «Solskjaer» as «Solksjaer» another deliberate mistake to see who is paying attention or is it a word play that I have missed?
  7. Spot on about Twitter «fans». Social media warriors. An absolute disgrace. You should stop reading tweets, Dave, to avoid that unevitable meltdown.
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    Roma 4 Liverpool 2 (May 2 2018)

    Bayern München had to qualify in the 2011/12 season as they finished third in the Bundesliga in 2011, behind Klopp’s Dortmund as well as Bayer Leverkusen. Bayern München beat Zürich in the play-offs and went on to the final, losing it on penalties in their own stadium to fucking Chelsea! So only we have qualified and gone on to win it, as far as I know.
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    Liverpool 0 Stoke 0 (Apr 28 2018)

    I know our front trio is scoring goals for fun but when they have a bad day at the office or cannot play due to injury or suspension, as they did on Saturday (with Mane out because of injury) we need goals from the midfield players. Yet Henderson, Milner and Wijnaldum have only scored 2 goals between them this season, I think (in the Premier League). That is ridiculous. For comparison, Can has scored 6, Oxlade-Chamberlain 5 and Lallana probably would have scored 5-6 had he not been injured all season. All our goal-scoring midfielders are injured at the moment, that is pretty bad luck. Keita could add 8-10 goals next season if he can keep his goals percentage from Austria and Germany going in the Premier League.
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    Premier League Round Up (Dec 12-14 2015)

    That's why we hate Chelsea though, isn't it? They always find some way to annoy us, even if it's sacking Mourinho. Bet they'll get rid of Terry next.
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    Premier League Round Up (Dec 5-7 2015)

    "Shaqiri scored twice early on from Shaqiri assists" Some player that Shaqiri, scoring from his own passes.
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    Newcastle 2 Liverpool 0 (Dec 6 2015)

    Heskey? He looked more like Balotelli, hardly moving at all. He improved in the 2nd half, though, and should have stayed on the pitch instead of Lucas. A switch to 4-4-2 with Lallana on top of the diamond would have been better, I think. It seems all of our strikers are much better when they play with another striker on top. We should use 4-4-2 more often, and especially against the teams that come to Anfield only to defend, or in a match like this when the opponent prefers the long ball to avoid the "gegenpress".
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    Tottenham 0 Liverpool 0 (Oct 17 2015)

    Klopp should have told Sturridge what Shankly told Tommy Smith: "It's not your knee, son. It's Liverpool's knee"