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  1. I'm really struggling to see Lallana as a DM. He is a dribbler and a player who likes to take risk one on one. A creative player, who at his best can be quite productive in the final third. But his style of play, and his lack of physical presence, means that he regularly gives the ball away. Which is the last thing you need as a DM. Probably not a very important discussion though, as he'll be injured most of the time anyway.
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    Bradford (A) Friendly 14/7/19

    Maybe someone told him he’s the Moreno replacement?
  3. It’s a farce. Long may it continue.
  4. Joey8FrogsLegs

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Well, that’s where we disagree then. I think those factors are extremely important, in fact key factors to our current successful transfer strategy.
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    The ‘Buy Nabil Fekir’ Campaign

    Based on the little I’ve seen I agree, brilliant player. But still I’d say it looks like the club got this one right at the final minute by pulling out of the deal.
  6. Joey8FrogsLegs

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    At least very little of it, if any. Even if I do think he’s a very good player.
  7. Joey8FrogsLegs

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    We should definitely be getting players in that have the attitude and character to strengthen our team spirit even further. Players on their way up, that are looking for a long career at the Liverpool and fully believe that committing themselves to this club, under this manager, is their best shot at developing into world class players. Players that are suited to our system, with high intensity pressing and extreme movement off the ball.
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    Alberto Moreno

    In short: He acted a complete twat.
  9. Joey8FrogsLegs

    Messi vs Ronaldo

    Voted Messi, he’s by far the best player of the last 20 years. But have to mention that Maradona was better.
  10. Joey8FrogsLegs

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    He did actually. In addition to all his goals his work to press the opposition, and to win the ball back, was outstanding.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Which makes David Johnson a slightly better striker for Liverpool than Kenny Dalglish.
  12. The most surprising thing is that the manager, players or supporters never thought of this. Pure genius.
  13. My question is if people think it makes less sense to spend big money on a full back compared to other positions. I don’t, even if I do understand that the general price level for defenders is still a bit lower than attacking players. Apart from that my main point is that the real issue, that could make this a poor signing, is the general state of the buying club, and not the quality of the player. United over the last years have made all their players worse, where as we have improved ours.
  14. Well, we’ll know what he was worth in a year or three won’t we. And I do suspect that hell not be the best investment, reasons mentioned in my previous post. Would it be different if he played another position?
  15. I reckon Ole has a mountain to climb, and I agree that Wan-Bissaka may struggle to find his feet, due to the lack of team spirit and tactical/structural issues. But if you look at the quality and age of the player it should be a both good and pretty much a low risk signing. And very surprised by the comments about «... spending 50 million on a full back». The days when full back was maybe the least demanding and least important position are long gone.