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  1. Dynamite

    One From Each Nation Draft

    Go on then... Stig Elite John102 Lifey Alex_K Dynamite
  2. Dynamite

    January 2019 Transfer Thread

    Old school Championship Manager. (To Madeira was ace too - even though he was totally made up).
  3. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Full time - Liverpool 1 Sunderland Sunderland proved a tough side to break down, but we made 1 chance count to get the 3 points that we fully deserved.
  4. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Ritaccio on for Longstaff.
  5. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Bearne on for O'Rourke.
  6. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Dixon-Bonner on for Clarkson.
  7. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Liverpool 1 Sunderland 0 Deadlock broken. Luis Longstaff with a good right footed finish opens the scoring. A short corner from Clarkson finds Longstaff in the 18 yard box, he shapes as to shoot with his stronger left foot before shifting the ball to his right foot and whipping in an effort at the keepers' near post.
  8. Dynamite

    Youth Team/Cup

    Half time - Liverpool 0 Sunderland 0 We've been well on top but can't find the goal we deserve.
  9. Dynamite

    Brighton (a) 12/1/19 EPL

    3 out of our regular back 4 starting scares you? Or is it Fabinho potentially playing at centre half again that scares you? This fixture is not too dissimilar to the same fixture last season. Brighton had only lost 1 out of the 7 league games they'd played at home up until our game against them in December, and that was an opening day defeat at the hands of City. They've lost just 2 of their 10 games at home so far this season, again to teams in the top 4 (Chelsea & Spurs). We went into that game last season with Lovren as our only recognised centre half starting the game, with Can & Wijnaldum alongside him. Mignolet, Robbo & Trent made up the remainder of the back 6. (We had Klavan on the bench too). They are a tidy side, Brighton, and it'll be a tough fixture, but we're a very good side too. I'd imagine that the Brighton side will look fairly close to the below: Button; Montoya, Dunk, Duffy, Bernardo; Stephens, Propper; March, Gross, Locadia; Murray.
  10. Dynamite

    January 2019 Transfer Thread

    Kamil Grabara has gone out on loan to AGF Aarhus for the remainder of the season. Offal Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has joined Danish club AGF Aarhus on loan for the rest of 2018-19, subject to international clearance. The Poland youth international is set to spend the second half of the season with the 10th-placed Superliga side, who resume their campaign in early February. Grabara joined the Reds in 2016 and is a regular member of the first-team training squad as well as representing Neil Critchley’s U23s. He also featured for Liverpool in a pre-season friendly with Manchester United last summer.
  11. Ejaria certainly is. Woodburn's deal is still in place for now. I don't think either would be considered anyway due to lack of match fitness.
  12. Forgot about Nat Phillips. Again, depending on his fitness, he could make the squad.
  13. Outfield wise, nobody really. Chirivella is the most experienced player in the 23s set up currently, but I can't see him getting into the squad for this game. Grabara or Kelleher could find themselves on the bench. Other than Pedro, Curtis Jones & Rafa Camacho are likely to be the closest outfield players as they've been training with the first team longer than the other 23s that people may think could come in on Monday. Liam Millar may be an outside shout to make the bench. If he's fit enough, then Matty Virtue would deserve a place in the squad for me, as he's been excellent for the 23s for the last couple of seasons. My opinion on 23s side that played against Swansea in December that could make the squad for Monday. Kelleher - Yes N. Williams - No Juanma - No Masterson - No Johnston - No Coyle - No Jones - Yes Chirivella - No Millar - Yes Christie-Davies - No Lewis - No Substitutes: McKenzie-Lyle - No Savage - No Ritaccio - No McAuley - No
  14. Dynamite

    Boxing 2018

    I understand what you're saying, but has he not already held up his end going 49-0 in his professional career? These last 2 fights have been nothing more than glorified sparring matches, and if people are going to throw millions at him for doing these kind of events, then why shouldn't he take it?
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    Boxing 2018

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