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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44025 on: June 13, 2019, 03:30:36 PM »
October 19th to November 9th

3 of the big 6 plus 2 champions league games.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44026 on: June 13, 2019, 03:56:34 PM »
August

Friday 9 – Norwich City (H)
Saturday 17 – Southampton (A)
Saturday 24 – Arsenal (H)
Saturday 31 – Burnley (A)

September

Saturday 14 – Newcastle United (H)
Ch Lg Matchday 1    17–18 September 2019
Saturday 21 – Chelsea (A)
Saturday 28 – Sheffield United (A)

October

Ch Lg Matchday 2    1–2 October 2019
Saturday 5 – Leicester City (H)
Saturday 19 – Manchester United (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 3    22–23 October 2019
Saturday 26 –Tottenham Hotspur (H)

November

Saturday 2 – Aston Villa (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 4    5–6 November 2019
Saturday 9 – Manchester City (H)
Saturday 23 – Crystal Palace (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 5    26–27 November 2019
Saturday 30 – Brighton and Hove Albion (H)

December

Wednesday 4 – Everton (H)
Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 6    10–11 December 2019
Saturday 14 – Watford (H)
Saturday 21 – West Ham United (A)
Thursday 26 – Leicester City (A)
Saturday 28 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)

January

Wednesday 1 – Sheffield United (H)
Saturday 11 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
Saturday 18 – Manchester United (H)
Tuesday 21 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)

February

Saturday 1 – Southampton (H)
Saturday 8 – Norwich City (A)
Saturday 22 – West Ham United (H)
Saturday 29 – Watford (A)

March

Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (H)
Saturday 14 – Everton (A)
Saturday 21 – Crystal Palace (H)

April

Saturday 4 – Manchester City (A)
Saturday 11 – Aston Villa (H)
Saturday 18 – Brighton and Hove Albion (A)
Saturday 25 – Burnley (H)

May

Saturday 2 – Arsenal (A)
Saturday 9 – Chelsea (H)
Sunday 17 – Newcastle United (A)

All but one then. Close enough.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44027 on: June 16, 2019, 02:25:33 AM »
August

Friday 9 – Norwich City (H)
Saturday 17 – Southampton (A)
Saturday 24 – Arsenal (H)
Saturday 31 – Burnley (A)

September

Saturday 14 – Newcastle United (H)
Ch Lg Matchday 1    17–18 September 2019
Saturday 21 – Chelsea (A)
Saturday 28 – Sheffield United (A)

October

Ch Lg Matchday 2    1–2 October 2019
Saturday 5 – Leicester City (H)
Saturday 19 – Manchester United (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 3    22–23 October 2019
Saturday 26 –Tottenham Hotspur (H)

November

Saturday 2 – Aston Villa (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 4    5–6 November 2019
Saturday 9 – Manchester City (H)
Saturday 23 – Crystal Palace (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 5    26–27 November 2019
Saturday 30 – Brighton and Hove Albion (H)

December

Wednesday 4 – Everton (H)
Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (A)
Ch Lg Matchday 6    10–11 December 2019
Saturday 14 – Watford (H)
Saturday 21 – West Ham United (A)
Thursday 26 – Leicester City (A)
Saturday 28 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)

January

Wednesday 1 – Sheffield United (H)
Saturday 11 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
Saturday 18 – Manchester United (H)
Tuesday 21 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)

February

Saturday 1 – Southampton (H)
Saturday 8 – Norwich City (A)
Saturday 22 – West Ham United (H)
Saturday 29 – Watford (A)

March

Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (H)
Saturday 14 – Everton (A)
Saturday 21 – Crystal Palace (H)

April

Saturday 4 – Manchester City (A)
Saturday 11 – Aston Villa (H)
Saturday 18 – Brighton and Hove Albion (A)
Saturday 25 – Burnley (H)

May

Saturday 2 – Arsenal (A)
Saturday 9 – Chelsea (H)
Sunday 17 – Newcastle United (A)

All but one then. Close enough.

The league is in the bag! At last your CL win might mean something to real fans ;D

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44028 on: June 17, 2019, 04:26:48 PM »
Great interview with former Liverpool youth player & Derry native, Sean Friars on Radio Foyle this morning.

Think listen back is available online this evening.

Part 2 is on tomorrow morning.  Part 3 is on Wednesday with interviews with his dad & brother.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44029 on: June 20, 2019, 08:59:19 AM »
I'm guessing value is attributed to length of contract, age etc. Liverpool would have a relatively young squad compared to the likes of barca/RM etc. Surprised PSG are not higher though.

Liverpool’s squad value ranked second-highest in Europe at £1billion
Liverpool’s overall squad value has risen dramatically after Jurgen Klopp’s side won the Champions League and pushed Manchester City all the way to the Premier League title, according to Transfermarkt.com, via the Express.


A combination of intelligent transfer business and player development has seen the Reds rise in value over the last 12 months to second place in the list of most valuable teams in the world, just behind Manchester City.

According to Transfermarkt, the Merseyside club’s squad is now worth an estimated £1billion, with City valued at £1.05billion.


Fellow Champions League finalists Tottenham have also gained significant squad value in the last year, moving ahead of Real Madrid and Manchester United in the list.

Despite heavy investment, United’s squad is worth just £706.28million, placing them ninth in the rankings.

Everton have also increased in value to just scrape into the top 20 at £397.58million.

Below are the most valuable teams in the world (as of June 19) according to Transfermarkt.com.

20. Everton – £397.58m

19. Valencia – £400.95m

18. RB Leipzig – £429.03m

17. Ajax – £437.58m

16. AC Milan – £450.9m

15. Inter Milan – £475.92m

14. Napoli – £509.40m

13. Borussia Dortmund – £547.47m

12. Arsenal – £569.03m

11. Juventus – £670.95m

10. Bayern Munich – £676.35m

9. Manchester United – £706.28m

8. Real Madrid – £784.28m

7. Tottenham Hotspur – £793.35m

6. Paris Saint-Germain – £830.03m

5. Atletico Madrid – £840.60m

4. Chelsea – £861.98m

3. Barcelona – £958.95m

2. Liverpool – £1.00bn

1. Manchester City – £1.05bn[/i]
« Last Edit: June 20, 2019, 09:05:12 AM by TabClear »

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44030 on: June 20, 2019, 09:49:31 AM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44031 on: June 20, 2019, 09:51:13 AM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44032 on: June 20, 2019, 09:58:55 AM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.
Wish he would move on, .. Derby??

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44033 on: June 20, 2019, 10:26:12 AM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.
Wish he would move on, .. Derby??

He has ruled out going to Derby.  I think another year or 2 at Rangers would do him the world of good.  The reality is that as much as you might not like to admit it Rangers is a big club.  he has a chance to help build his experience of a difficult environment.  I think he will stay there for a season or 2 and then look at a mid level PL team with a view to moving into the LFC job in due course.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44034 on: June 20, 2019, 12:04:42 PM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.
Wish he would move on, .. Derby??

He has ruled out going to Derby.  I think another year or 2 at Rangers would do him the world of good.  The reality is that as much as you might not like to admit it Rangers is a big club.  he has a chance to help build his experience of a difficult environment.  I think he will stay there for a season or 2 and then look at a mid level PL team with a view to moving into the LFC job in due course.
You're right ofcourse,  I just wish you weren't!!
Maybe he'll change his mind with Derby................. ;)

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44035 on: June 20, 2019, 01:54:45 PM »
I'm guessing value is attributed to length of contract, age etc. Liverpool would have a relatively young squad compared to the likes of barca/RM etc. Surprised PSG are not higher though.

Liverpool’s squad value ranked second-highest in Europe at £1billion
Liverpool’s overall squad value has risen dramatically after Jurgen Klopp’s side won the Champions League and pushed Manchester City all the way to the Premier League title, according to Transfermarkt.com, via the Express.


A combination of intelligent transfer business and player development has seen the Reds rise in value over the last 12 months to second place in the list of most valuable teams in the world, just behind Manchester City.

According to Transfermarkt, the Merseyside club’s squad is now worth an estimated £1billion, with City valued at £1.05billion.


Fellow Champions League finalists Tottenham have also gained significant squad value in the last year, moving ahead of Real Madrid and Manchester United in the list.

Despite heavy investment, United’s squad is worth just £706.28million, placing them ninth in the rankings.

Everton have also increased in value to just scrape into the top 20 at £397.58million.

Below are the most valuable teams in the world (as of June 19) according to Transfermarkt.com.

20. Everton – £397.58m

19. Valencia – £400.95m

18. RB Leipzig – £429.03m

17. Ajax – £437.58m

16. AC Milan – £450.9m

15. Inter Milan – £475.92m

14. Napoli – £509.40m

13. Borussia Dortmund – £547.47m

12. Arsenal – £569.03m

11. Juventus – £670.95m

10. Bayern Munich – £676.35m

9. Manchester United – £706.28m

8. Real Madrid – £784.28m

7. Tottenham Hotspur – £793.35m

6. Paris Saint-Germain – £830.03m

5. Atletico Madrid – £840.60m

4. Chelsea – £861.98m

3. Barcelona – £958.95m

2. Liverpool – £1.00bn

1. Manchester City – £1.05bn[/i]

Thats how a European league would finish up
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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44036 on: June 20, 2019, 04:48:19 PM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.
Wish he would move on, .. Derby??

He has ruled out going to Derby.  I think another year or 2 at Rangers would do him the world of good.  The reality is that as much as you might not like to admit it Rangers is a big club.  he has a chance to help build his experience of a difficult environment.  I think he will stay there for a season or 2 and then look at a mid level PL team with a view to moving into the LFC job in due course.

That would worry me.  I would like to see him prove himself as a very astute manager before ever getting within a mile of the Liverpool job (I hope Klopp is there for a very long time).  He doesn't have a God given right to do it - needs to prove he's in the top category of managers out there.
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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44037 on: June 20, 2019, 05:34:11 PM »
Sheyi Ojo [Liverpool - Rangers] Loan

Stevie G strikes again.
Wish he would move on, .. Derby??

He has ruled out going to Derby.  I think another year or 2 at Rangers would do him the world of good.  The reality is that as much as you might not like to admit it Rangers is a big club.  he has a chance to help build his experience of a difficult environment.  I think he will stay there for a season or 2 and then look at a mid level PL team with a view to moving into the LFC job in due course.

That would worry me.  I would like to see him prove himself as a very astute manager before ever getting within a mile of the Liverpool job (I hope Klopp is there for a very long time).  He doesn't have a God given right to do it - needs to prove he's in the top category of managers out there.

It's tough to say no to hero ex-players.  United did well to freeze out Giggs, even this week Totti overstayed his welcome at Roma.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44038 on: June 21, 2019, 12:02:51 PM »
I see Fernando Torres has retired...
If he was to do this now he'd need to use both hands...

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44039 on: June 21, 2019, 02:19:25 PM »
Don't think I ever saw him play a good game with Spain or any of the clubs he played with after Liverpool, but he was awesome when he played with us.