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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44370 on: October 06, 2019, 04:08:28 PM »
Tough run of fixtures coming up now. United will of course raise their game in a few weeks. Then Spurs City with Palace away also all tough games. Even Villa away is tough.

They’re in the middle of the tough run.

So far so good.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44371 on: October 06, 2019, 05:36:39 PM »
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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44372 on: October 06, 2019, 06:33:20 PM »
Great weekend for Liverpool.  That was a penalty. Soft maybe, but there was a kick to the back of the foot.  Mane made the most of it, of course.  But when does the striker ever get a penalty for staying on his feet?  Albrington's reaction was telling too. He put his hands up the moment he clipped Mane. Milner ice cold as always from the spot.  A lot to like about this Liverpool side - keep going to the end.  Would have been a bit of a travesty to not win that game given the chances created.
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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44373 on: October 07, 2019, 11:29:04 AM »
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« Reply #44374 on: October 16, 2019, 11:38:06 AM »
I saw Liverpool Echo did a rundown of all the players signed under FSGs watch. It's fair to say Liverpool have upped their game with regards to signings, whether that's Klopps influence or the much maligned transfer committee I don't know, but some of the earlier signings were absolute duds.

January 2011 : Kenny Dalglish Manager
Andy Carroll £35m
Luis Suarez £22.5m   Total £57.5m

Summer 2011 :
Jordan Henderson £20m
Stewart Downing £20m
Luis Enrique £7m
Charlie Adam £ 7.5m
Sebastian Coates £7m
Craig Bellamy £3.6m
Alexander Doni FREE   Total £66.1m

January 2012 :
Jordan Ibe £540k
Joao Carlos Teixeira £1m Total £1.5m      Total Under Kenny : £ 125.1m for 11 players

Summer 2012 : Manager Brendan Rodgers
Fabio Borini £12m
Joe Allen £15m
Nuri Sahin Loan
Oussama Assaidi £3.6m
Samed Yesil £1m           Total £31.6m

January 2013 :
Phillipe Coutinho £8.5m
Daniel Sturridge £15m   Total £23.5m

Summer 2013:
Simon Mignolet £9m
Iago Aspas £7.6
Mamadou Sakho £17m
Luis Alberto £6m
Tiago Illori £7m
Kolo Toure FREE
Victor Moses LOAN
Aly Cissokho LOAN   Total £46.6m

Summer 2014:
Adam Lallana £25m
Dejan Lovren £20m
Lazar Markovic £20m
Divock Origi £10m
Alberto Moreno £12m
Mario Balotelli £16m
Rickie Lambert £4m
Emre Can £10m
Kevin Stewart FREE
Javier Manquillo LOAN   Total: £117m

Summer 2015:
Roberto Firmino £29m
Joe Gomez £3.5m
Danny Ings £20m
Nathaniel Clyne £12.5m
Christian Benteke £32.5m
James Milner FREE
Allan Rodrigues £500k
Adam Bogdan FREE          Total £98m     Total under Brodge £ 316.7m for 33 players

January 2016: Manager Jurgen Klopp
Marko Grujic £5m
Stephen Caulker (striker) LOAN  Total £5m

Summer 2016:
Joel Matip : FREE
Loris Karius £5m
Sadio Mané £30m
Ragnar Klavan £4m
Gini Wijnaldum £25m   Total : £64m

Summer 2017:
Mo Salah £34m
Dominic Solanke £3m
Andy Robertson £8m
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain £35m  Total : £80m

January 2018
Virgil Van Dijk £75m    Total £75m

Summer 2018
Alisson Becker £66m
Naby Keita £52m
Fabinho £40m
Xherdan Shaqiri £12m   Total £170m


Summer 2019
Adrian FREE
Harvey Elliot UNDISC
Sepp Van Den Berg £4m  Total £4m*

Total Under Klopp so far £398m on 19 players.








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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44375 on: October 16, 2019, 12:12:09 PM »
Big difference under Klopp is teh quality of the signing. He was backed at the higher end of the spectrum. You get the feeling Brodge went for quantity rather than quality.

Summer 13 makes grim reading....and then look what happened!

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« Reply #44376 on: October 16, 2019, 12:51:26 PM »
Stephen Caulker (striker)  ;D

Whatever happened to The Stallion and his "Klopp is a clown" campaign? :D

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« Reply #44377 on: October 16, 2019, 01:10:24 PM »
Ya but what's the net spend?  ;D

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« Reply #44378 on: October 16, 2019, 01:12:22 PM »
Stephen Caulker (striker)  ;D

Whatever happened to The Stallion and his "Klopp is a clown" campaign? :D
Gone the same way as the Over the Bar/under the bar sisters. Though I'm sure they will be back if United get a result in their Cup final on Sunday.
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« Reply #44379 on: October 16, 2019, 02:40:02 PM »
I saw Liverpool Echo did a rundown of all the players signed under FSGs watch. It's fair to say Liverpool have upped their game with regards to signings, whether that's Klopps influence or the much maligned transfer committee I don't know, but some of the earlier signings were absolute duds.

January 2011 : Kenny Dalglish Manager
Andy Carroll £35m
Luis Suarez £22.5m   Total £57.5m

Summer 2011 :
Jordan Henderson £20m
Stewart Downing £20m
Luis Enrique £7m
Charlie Adam £ 7.5m
Sebastian Coates £7m
Craig Bellamy £3.6m
Alexander Doni FREE   Total £66.1m

January 2012 :
Jordan Ibe £540k
Joao Carlos Teixeira £1m Total £1.5m      Total Under Kenny : £ 125.1m for 11 players

Summer 2012 : Manager Brendan Rodgers
Fabio Borini £12m
Joe Allen £15m
Nuri Sahin Loan
Oussama Assaidi £3.6m
Samed Yesil £1m           Total £31.6m

January 2013 :
Phillipe Coutinho £8.5m
Daniel Sturridge £15m   Total £23.5m

Summer 2013:
Simon Mignolet £9m
Iago Aspas £7.6
Mamadou Sakho £17m
Luis Alberto £6m
Tiago Illori £7m
Kolo Toure FREE
Victor Moses LOAN
Aly Cissokho LOAN   Total £46.6m

Summer 2014:
Adam Lallana £25m
Dejan Lovren £20m
Lazar Markovic £20m
Divock Origi £10m
Alberto Moreno £12m
Mario Balotelli £16m
Rickie Lambert £4m
Emre Can £10m
Kevin Stewart FREE
Javier Manquillo LOAN   Total: £117m

Summer 2015:
Roberto Firmino £29m
Joe Gomez £3.5m
Danny Ings £20m
Nathaniel Clyne £12.5m
Christian Benteke £32.5m
James Milner FREE
Allan Rodrigues £500k
Adam Bogdan FREE          Total £98m     Total under Brodge £ 316.7m for 33 players

January 2016: Manager Jurgen Klopp
Marko Grujic £5m
Stephen Caulker (striker) LOAN  Total £5m

Summer 2016:
Joel Matip : FREE
Loris Karius £5m
Sadio Mané £30m
Ragnar Klavan £4m
Gini Wijnaldum £25m   Total : £64m

Summer 2017:
Mo Salah £34m
Dominic Solanke £3m
Andy Robertson £8m
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain £35m  Total : £80m

January 2018
Virgil Van Dijk £75m    Total £75m

Summer 2018
Alisson Becker £66m
Naby Keita £52m
Fabinho £40m
Xherdan Shaqiri £12m   Total £170m


Summer 2019
Adrian FREE
Harvey Elliot UNDISC
Sepp Van Den Berg £4m  Total £4m*

Total Under Klopp so far £398m on 19 players.
Upped their game a lot since Michael Edwards was appointed sporting director. Great scouting and the structures in place to remain successful in the years ahead now. Big turnaround for Liverpool when they were at near crisis point when Hodgson was manager.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Reply #44380 on: October 20, 2019, 05:21:21 PM »
Liverpool want to up their game here. United look far more up for it.

Mane goal correctly disallowed. Ref a f**king idiot on the United one.

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« Reply #44381 on: October 20, 2019, 05:25:01 PM »
Liverpool want to up their game here. United look far more up for it.

Mane goal correctly disallowed. Ref a f**king idiot on the United one.

Who looks at VAR is it another senior ref?

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« Reply #44382 on: October 20, 2019, 05:25:10 PM »
Liverpool want to up their game here. United look far more up for it.

Mane goal correctly disallowed. Ref a f**king idiot on the United one.

How does a tap on the shin-guard warrant throwing yourself down like you're shot?

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« Reply #44383 on: October 20, 2019, 05:25:30 PM »
Liverpool want to up their game here. United look far more up for it.

Mane goal correctly disallowed. Ref a f**king idiot on the United one.
Mindboggling that it wasn't disallowed. The Ref should have given it beforehand anyway, he has been giving United soft frees all game and then lets that go.
Mane goal rightly disallowed.
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« Reply #44384 on: October 20, 2019, 05:27:32 PM »
Liverpool want to up their game here. United look far more up for it.

Mane goal correctly disallowed. Ref a f**king idiot on the United one.
Mindboggling that it wasn't disallowed. The Ref should have given it beforehand anyway, he has been giving United soft frees all game and then lets that go.
Mane goal rightly disallowed.

Graeme Sourness disagrees with you ye tool!  "United have been far the better team in the first half".  Suck it up!!! ;D