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Reply #210 : Today at 01:38:20 PM »
Very nice team. That front 3 of Ojo, Wilson and Sinclair lack's pace ;)

Also, Real are suppose to be interested in our Chirivella and consider him to be the next Xabi!!!

Saw that.
Noooooooooooooooooo.

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Reply #212 : Today at 03:00:07 PM »
No stream on this, fml :(

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Reply #213 : Today at 03:03:36 PM »

Ojo has given Liverpool a 1-0 lead.

Basel and Madrid is currently 2-2.

If those results hold Liverpool top the group, with 12 points.
Basel and Madrid would be on 10.

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Reply #214 : Today at 03:06:34 PM »
Ojo has given Liverpool a 1-0 lead.

Basel and Madrid is currently 2-2.

If those results hold Liverpool top the group, with 12 points.
Basel and Madrid would be on 10.

Thanks for the updates!!!

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Reply #215 : Today at 03:07:14 PM »

Basel now lead 3-2.

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Reply #216 : Today at 03:16:57 PM »
2-0.
Sinclair.

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Reply #217 : Today at 03:17:31 PM »
Real are suppose to be interested in our Chirivella and consider him to be the next Xabi!!!

He's had both assists.

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Reply #218 : Today at 03:23:37 PM »

How's our football looking, are we passing and moving well? our attack causing them mayhem?

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Reply #219 : Today at 03:28:58 PM »
How's our football looking, are we passing and moving well? our attack causing them mayhem?


If the stream would stay up I could tell you.


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Reply #220 : Today at 03:31:01 PM »
Ojo misses a clear chance.
Sinlcair hits the woodwork.

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Reply #221 : Today at 03:31:34 PM »
Kent on for Wilson.

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Reply #223 : Today at 03:41:49 PM »
GOAL! O'Hanlon and Canos combine to set up Ojo, who converts the latter's low cross neatly at the near post. 3-0 to #LFC U19s in Bulgaria

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Reply #224 : Today at 03:42:38 PM »
I haven't been able to find a stream for this?

Been watching the PSG-Ajax game instead, it's 3-5 at the moment, pretty epic game.

edit: 3-6 now!

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Reply #225 : Today at 03:44:13 PM »
Marsh on for Sinclair.

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Reply #226 : Today at 03:49:35 PM »
Sorry. Missed these.

83 mins: Canos steps up to take the penalty himself but it's saved by Gospodinov.

85 mins: Another change for #LFC U19s as Alex O'Hanlon takes to the field in place of Pedro Chirivella

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Reply #227 : Today at 03:55:03 PM »
FT. 3-0.

Basel beat Madrid 3-2.


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Reply #228 : Today at 03:57:06 PM »
Ojo has given Liverpool a 1-0 lead.

Basel and Madrid is currently 2-2.

I've those results hold Liverpool top the group, with 12 points.
Basel and Madrid would be on 10.

I've double calculated on this.
Apologies.

Basel now on 12 points.
LFC and Madrid tied on 9 points.

So Liverpool need to beat Basel to match them on 12 points.
If Madrid then beat Ludogorets all 3 will be on 12 points.

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Reply #229 : Today at 03:59:32 PM »
Pretty close this then, comes down to our last game against Basel, which should be tough. I imagine Real will win against Ludogorets, so we have to beat Basel.

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Reply #230 : Today at 04:01:01 PM »
Pretty close this then, comes down to our last game against Basel, which should be tough. I imagine Real will win against Ludogorets, so we have to beat Basel.

Madrid game is a gimme.
Liverpool need to beat Basel.

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Reply #231 : Today at 04:03:19 PM »
Been very impressed with this young Ajax side I just watched, ended up winning 3-6 away against PSG. They've basically won their group now, which included Barcelona too.

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Reply #232 : Today at 04:07:23 PM »
Been very impressed with this young Ajax side I just watched, ended up winning 3-6 away against PSG. They've basically won their group now, which included Barcelona too.

How do they play in comparison to our youth team? what makes them so impressive and any stand out players?

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Reply #233 : Today at 04:10:37 PM »
Maybe we should stick the youth team out again tonight. It's not like they could be any worse than the senior side :roll:

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Reply #234 : Today at 04:44:35 PM »
Been very impressed with this young Ajax side I just watched, ended up winning 3-6 away against PSG. They've basically won their group now, which included Barcelona too.

That's great.

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Reply #235 : Today at 05:43:52 PM »
How do they play in comparison to our youth team? what makes them so impressive and any stand out players?

I made a very elaborate post but lost it somehow when I clicked "post". But to summarise it. Ajax youth teams are always fairly impressive, and always play creative attacking football, alot of good combinations, technically very sound, every player very confident in possession. They tend to be very solid as a team tactically as many of their players are brought through their own youth ranks from a young age, they understand their philosphy. But this specific youth team is regarded as a golden generation by insiders, the first talents to have been developed in Cruijff's restructured academy. Alot of individual quality. El Azzouzi was their stand out player today with 4 goals and 1 assist. But I really like Nouri too, their most creative player. But they have a bunch more talent. Youth teams tend to be a bit more inconsistent and unpredictable, but ignoring that I'd say Ajax are among the favourites to win this.

Would be lovely to beat them though, we still have to pay them back for nextgen, we haven't played them since have we?

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Reply #236 : Today at 05:51:26 PM »
I made a very elaborate post but lost it somehow when I clicked "post". But to summarise it. Ajax youth teams are always fairly impressive, and always play creative attacking football, alot of good combinations, technically very sound, every player very confident in possession. They tend to be very solid as a team tactically as many of their players are brought through their own youth ranks from a young age, they understand their philosphy. But this specific youth team is regarded as a golden generation by insiders, the first talents to have been developed in Cruijff's restructured academy. Alot of individual quality. El Azzouzi was their stand out player today with 4 goals and 1 assist. But I really like Nouri too, their most creative player. But they have a bunch more talent. Youth teams tend to be a bit more inconsistent and unpredictable, but ignoring that I'd say Ajax are among the favourites to win this.

Would be lovely to beat them though, we still have to pay them back for nextgen, we haven't played them since have we?

Speaking of which, what happened to Fischer?

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Reply #237 : Today at 06:11:45 PM »
Speaking of which, what happened to Fischer?


Long term injury, out for 9 months. Only recently back in training. But before that he was miserably out of form last season, after a great first season. He's actually going to have a very hard time getting back into their starting line up, as two 19 year old wingers have broken into their first team recently and are looking very promising. El Ghazi and Kishna.

On a sidenote, Kishna pulled this move past weekend, had the whole stadium go wild:

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Reply #238 : Today at 06:15:26 PM »
Maybe we should stick the youth team out again tonight. It's not like they could be any worse than the senior side :roll:

I'll second that, they'd probably do better even after playing this afternoon.
Failing that, let's hope the 1st team are inspired by the youth team!