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      Hull City Tigers 3-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match Debate

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      Hull City Tigers 3-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match Debate
      Dec 01, 2013 01:03:09 pm

      Mignolet, Johnson, Toure, Skrtel, Flanagan, Lucas, Gerrard (c), Sterling, Henderson, Moses, Suarez

      Subs: Jones, Agger, Alberto, Aspas, Coutinho, Sakho, Allen

      Victor Moses and Raheem Sterling start for Liverpool in today's Barclays Premier League clash with Hull City.

      Brendan Rodgers makes three changes from the team that started last weekend's Merseyside derby, with Kolo Toure also returning at the KC Stadium.

      Meanwhile, Philippe Coutinho has been named among the substitutes after a high ankle injury prevented him from training at Melwood this week.

      Iago Aspas is also on the bench.

      54 years ago today, the man who would revolutionise Liverpool Football Club, Bill Shankly, was appointed manager.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #1: Dec 01, 2013 01:05:57 pm
      Anyone know why Coutinho isn't starting?
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #2: Dec 01, 2013 01:07:05 pm
      Anyone know why Coutinho isn't starting?
      Philippe Coutinho has been named among the substitutes after a high ankle injury prevented him from training at Melwood this week.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #3: Dec 01, 2013 01:15:48 pm
      Philippe Coutinho has been named among the substitutes after a high ankle injury prevented him from training at Melwood this week.
      a lot of players getting injured in training lately. I think they need to calm  down in training.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #4: Dec 01, 2013 01:17:37 pm
      Expected one of Sterling or Moses to start, but not both of them. Good to see Aspas back in the squad.

      Come on Reds!!!!
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #5: Dec 01, 2013 01:17:52 pm
      a lot of players getting injured in training lately. I think they need to calm  down in training.
      I have to agree.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #6: Dec 01, 2013 01:21:47 pm
      could be something like final chance for both sterling and moses..
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #7: Dec 01, 2013 01:22:48 pm
      could be something like final chance for both sterling and moses..
      Why a final chance? There are a lot of games to play :/
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      Reply #8: Dec 01, 2013 01:22:49 pm
      Sakho the poor lad must be on a real downer after his high for his country. BR knows best though.

      Hope we see a good showing from the lads and Moses and Sterling put pressure on the boss to keep selecting them in a rare start for both.
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      Reply #9: Dec 01, 2013 01:23:29 pm
      could be something like final chance for both sterling and moses..

      haha more like first chance! could be the start of a proper run in the team for one or both, now that sturridge is out.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #10: Dec 01, 2013 01:27:53 pm
      Interesting line up and a fair bit of pace in that front three.
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      Reply #11: Dec 01, 2013 01:28:41 pm
      no i mean, they r already not getting game time...sterling ll be loaned out and moses is lazy ass ,a player BR never like to have in team.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #12: Dec 01, 2013 01:29:25 pm
      as long as Sterling can look up and see whats about him he will do a great job otherwise I can see Luis taking him to task
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      Reply #13: Dec 01, 2013 01:32:20 pm
      no i mean, they r already not getting game time...sterling ll be loaned out and moses is lazy ass ,a player BR never like to have in team.

      If he's a so called 'lazy ass' who Brendan would never want in his team, why would he have taken him on loan? Bit of a silly statement...
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #14: Dec 01, 2013 01:34:04 pm
      Good to know we have Joe Allen on the bench if we need a goal
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      Reply #15: Dec 01, 2013 01:34:10 pm
      ya i despratly want him to perform and provide us attacking option.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #16: Dec 01, 2013 01:37:42 pm
      Gerrard, Lucas, Henderson.

      Good to see they've "earned" their starting places again.

      FFS

      Alberto must be thinking he is really sh*te if he can't get in the team ahead of one of those three.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #17: Dec 01, 2013 01:38:02 pm
      Not feeling comfortable about this one. Just when we were starting to click we get a monstrous injury. God damn it.

      This match is now all about Moses and Sterling stepping up and showing how good they can be. They are the difference between a result, I fear.
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      Reply #18: Dec 01, 2013 01:39:54 pm
      If he's a so called 'lazy ass' who Brendan would never want in his team, why would he have taken him on loan? Bit of a silly statement...
      i think thats why he wasnt picked constantly...he s not bad player bt hes lazy ass and its fact...if BR got options he d be last person to get picked..
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #19: Dec 01, 2013 01:41:01 pm
      could be something like final chance for both sterling and moses..

      Funny how when Sterling first broke through he was SEVENTEEN.  He was brilliant and blowing defenders off the pitch and everyone was talking about how young he is and how we have to develop him slowly and be patient and not overdo it. 

      Now he's at the ripe-old pensioner age of 18 and has trailed off a bit and some are already calling it his "last chance."

      oh dear.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #20: Dec 01, 2013 01:41:52 pm
      Certainly a weak squad out today BUT this is Hull and we should have the firepower to dismantle them.

      YNWA.

      Come on you reds!
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #21: Dec 01, 2013 01:44:25 pm
      We have Suarez. Doesn't matter who is around him, he'll do the business.

      Just get out of his way when he's running at goal and look for him at every chance.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #22: Dec 01, 2013 01:46:54 pm
      Going for a four nil win today with a hat trick for Suarez, come on you Reds.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #23: Dec 01, 2013 01:50:35 pm
      Going for a four nil win today with a hat trick for Suarez, come on you Reds.
      Gone for a  conservative 2-1 win and that was predicted before Sturridge got injured.
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      Re: Live: Hull vs Liverpool
      Reply #24: Dec 01, 2013 01:50:56 pm
      Funny how when Sterling first broke through he was SEVENTEEN.  He was brilliant and blowing defenders off the pitch and everyone was talking about how young he is and how we have to develop him slowly and be patient and not overdo it. 

      Now he's at the ripe-old pensioner age of 18 and has trailed off a bit and some are already calling it his "last chance."

      oh dear.
      i didnt mean it that way mate... If he doesnt perform and gets dropped , ll be loaned out as BR already finding him hard to give him any game time...and in that case it could be last game for him as he ll be loaned out in jan window...i want him to perform and provide us some attacking options.

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