I really thought I'd seen it all.Deary, deary me.
I hope he makes it just do I can have Andi Shandi on the back of my shirt...
Send a letter to Jimmy Saville on Jim'll fix it.Oh wait......
Of a half baked idea ?Errrr no.
Can't you try be a little supportive? Jeez.
What do you expect? However talented your friend might be the fact is you've told us he plays for Lierse S.K. reserves, and has proved nothing in the game. You've then asked on Liverpool fan forum how to go about getting him a trial when pretty much everyone knows such things are decided by the club's scouting and management team, none of whom probably ever come on this board and if they did they would hardly go, 'well his mate says he's amazing, we must get him in'. This idea is ridiculous and you shouldn't be shocked it's getting mocked. To be honest I initially thought you were being sarcastic and this was a good joke.If you're friend really is that talented then if he works hard and shows enough promise, he might impress scouts at some top clubs, that's how he'll make it in the game. Good luck to your friend and in a dream scenario I hope he makes it, but easy shortcuts like this don't exist (unless your Ali Dia!)
Let's be honest here, Liverpool employ scouts to find young players, if you're friend was of the required level then surely he'd have already been spotted by a club like Liverpool or a club of our stature.
He doesn't play for the reserves, it's just currently International Break so the reserves are resuming and he's gaining match fitness that way. He trains with the first team and there is no doubt he'll play in the Belgian First Division more often than not.Yes, we all do know such things are decided by the scouting and management team, that is why i asked in the first place. Maybe someone would be able to help, besides you never know who's reading this stuff these days. I could get an inbox. The thing is, it was, and still is, worth a try. You can't win if you don't try. It's not like it's generally about making it in the game since there's little doubt about that. It's just the fact that we're really keen on finding a way for it to be Liverpool-related.
Let's be honest here, Liverpool employ scouts to find young players, if you're friend was of the required level then surely he'd have already been spotted by a club like Liverpool or a club of our stature.You mention being supportive and helping you achieve this feat, but the best help and support I can give you is to the drop the idea and don't build your friends hopes up.Other than that send a letter to Melwood to Rodolfo Borrell telling him as much as you possibly can about you're friend and include a dvd of him showing his best attributes etc, but I'd have my doubts as to whether he'd even get to read it as he must get thousands of letters like this per season.Which maybe shows my skepticism.Doesn't help that it reminds me of something my 11 year old son would say.If that makes me a jerk, ill gladly accept that title
Why wouldn't Munich sign him at 17 year old without an EU pass port as within 4 years from 17 - 21 he'd count as home grown.
Oh, come on. Put a smile on that face.
Considering we just signed 18 year old Samed Yesil however, I don't think we'd be interested either way. He shouldn't even try. Far too many young players end up nowhere because they move to a big club at a young age. Belgian first division is a good place to be and develop.
Far too many young players end up nowhere because they move to a big club at a young age. Belgian first division is a good place to be and develop.
For the record, I'm available on a free transfer. Can play up top or RB. Would take low wages too.
Cheaper than a top telly and a freezer? I think not Mossy - back in yer cage!