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      Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)

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      MIRO
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3240: Aug 31, 2017 06:34:14 pm
      By handing in a transfer request & claiming to have back problem before start of the season suggest that Coutinho does not want to play with better players...



      Wooosh !  That was an exocet Shabs mate .   ;D
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3241: Aug 31, 2017 08:55:19 pm
      Benito
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3242: Aug 31, 2017 09:03:54 pm
      Going to be weird seeing him back...
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3243: Aug 31, 2017 09:07:22 pm
      Going to be weird seeing him back...

      If he comes back

      Their window open til tomorrow and they've still got money to burn 🙄
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3244: Aug 31, 2017 09:11:32 pm
      I love him really, now.  ;D
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3245: Aug 31, 2017 10:26:15 pm
      Spanish transfer window closes tomorrow night, until then i won't be so relaxed about him staying.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3246: Aug 31, 2017 10:30:26 pm
      Spanish transfer window closes tomorrow night, until then i won't be so relaxed about him staying.

      I think he's a proper rat cut but I don't see him going now.

      Can you imagine the fume
      fields of anny rd
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3247: Aug 31, 2017 10:49:52 pm
      Let's make him an emergence centre back as punishment. We need one anyway.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3248: Aug 31, 2017 10:56:06 pm
      I think he's a proper rat cut but I don't see him going now.

      Can you imagine the fume

      Is Klopp just going to brush everything under the rug and put him straight back into the starting lineup?  If he puts him in the naughty bin, how long is he stuck there?  Lallana is injured, so we don't have many alternatives.... 
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3249: Aug 31, 2017 10:59:05 pm
      He's coming back with tail between his legs.

      He better take that f**king sulk off his face and get back to work for the team.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3250: Aug 31, 2017 11:01:07 pm
      He's coming back with tail between his legs.

      He better take that f**king sulk off his face and get back to work for the team.

      Unless we sell him tomorrow.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3251: Aug 31, 2017 11:01:48 pm
      He's coming back with tail between his legs.

      He better take that f**king sulk off his face and get back to work for the team.

      It's annoying because if that happens we just let go of a top CB who wasn't allowed off the naughty step.....
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3252: Aug 31, 2017 11:02:47 pm
      He's coming back with tail between his legs.

      He better take that f**king sulk off his face and get back to work for the team.

      Phil on the phone tonight with his agent

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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3253: Aug 31, 2017 11:22:21 pm
      Still not ruling out fsg selling coutinho.

      They are businessmen.

      I still think they will sell tomorrow.

      That would be the cherry wouldn't it

      In selling Coutinho they will recoup the monies spent and have a good few million as a bonus.
      This in spite of the statements to the contrary by their employees, Edwards for example.

      In spite of the sense of optimism and feelings the owners had turned a corner it would appear JWH&Co are incapable of changing their modus operandi.

      Even at this late stage and against all indication it is to be hoped the owners can pull a rabbit from the hat, holding your breath is not advised.
      « Last Edit: Aug 31, 2017 11:27:17 pm by stuey »
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3254: Aug 31, 2017 11:26:30 pm
      They will recoup the monies spent and have a good few million as a bonus.
      This in spite of the statements to the contrary by their employees, Edwards for example.

      In spite of the sense of optimism and feelings the owners had turned a corner it would appear JWH&Co are incapable of changing their modus operandi.

      Even at this late stage and against all indication it is to be hoped the owners can pull a rabbit from the hat, holding your breath is not advised.


      Bunch of f**king skinflints
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3255: Aug 31, 2017 11:27:30 pm
      It's annoying because if that happens we just let go of a top CB who wasn't allowed off the naughty step.....

      A top CB which none of the top clubs showed any interest in, kind of weird don't you think.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3256: Aug 31, 2017 11:51:51 pm
      A top CB which none of the top clubs showed any interest in, kind of weird don't you think.
      Lovren or Sakho, I know who I'm choosing...
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3257: Sep 01, 2017 03:01:11 am
      If they sell Phil at the last minute, there's going to be f**king riots in Liverpool and Boston.

      I think I'll take the first flight out to Liverpool to join in.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3258: Sep 01, 2017 03:06:58 am
      Just came on for Brazil in the 59th minute. So maybe his extremely painful back is only good enough for 30 minutes or so? Seems to be moving well though....especially so when he celebrated his goal. So weird.
      « Last Edit: Sep 01, 2017 03:24:02 am by lester76 »
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3259: Sep 01, 2017 03:24:20 am
      The bi*ch just scored.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3260: Sep 01, 2017 03:59:03 am
      I still have a feeling we will accept a buzzer beating offer.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3261: Sep 01, 2017 04:01:17 am
      I still have a feeling we will accept a buzzer beating offer.

      Can't wait to see how that is painted as a relative gain by the astroturfers!
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3262: Sep 01, 2017 06:13:26 am
      If they sell Phil at the last minute, there's going to be f**king riots in Liverpool and Boston.

      I think I'll take the first flight out to Liverpool to join in.

      Probably we'll sign Lemar if he leaves, and he'll join in january.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3263: Sep 01, 2017 09:30:02 am
      I still have a feeling we will accept a buzzer beating offer.

      ^
      This
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3265: Sep 01, 2017 09:38:22 am
      Lovren or Sakho, I know who I'm choosing...

      I'd choose Lovren every time, they are at more or less the same level technically but despite Lovren's occasional lapses in concentration he's a team player and that counts for a hell of a lot.
      I do find it baffling why everyone looks on Sakho as this great player, he really really isn't, he's an ok defender with a big attitude problem and that won't do in a Klopp team.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3266: Sep 01, 2017 09:45:41 am

      Hmm interesting, if true then its a terrible way to treat someone but you never have a job unless its down on paper black and white but the damage that Brendan did with not wanting a sporting director is only now being cleared away.
      Anyway whatever the reason its good that we stood firm on Coutinho not leaving.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3267: Sep 01, 2017 09:50:35 am
      If he was sold today following VVD debacle that really would be the icing on the cake.
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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3268: Sep 01, 2017 12:20:42 pm
      Hmm interesting, if true then its a terrible way to treat someone but you never have a job unless its down on paper black and white but the damage that Brendan did with not wanting a sporting director is only now being cleared away.
      Anyway whatever the reason its good that we stood firm on Coutinho not leaving.

      I suppose that is the historical context, but if the article is to be believed then

      1) we have absolutely nothing to worry about in regards to Coutinho leaving and 2) Coutinho has been stuck in the middle of a dick swinging competition between John Henry and Pep Segura all summer.

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      Re: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona)
      Reply #3269: Sep 01, 2017 03:12:53 pm
      It's unlikely he will go now. If he does, I'd be sad and a little angry that he chose to leave in such circumstances. If he stays, I hope he gets sat on the bench for a few games as punishment, hell if we keep banging them in and winning without him, it might even make him a better player to compete for his place...but I won't be booing or holding a grudge.

      Football is fickle these days and to want to play for Barca is not exactly an insult to Liverpool, let's be a little pragmatic. He's done a lot for us, he's never complained and given 100% every time I've seen him and all his done is express a desire to play for one of the top 5 teams in the world. He hasn't been disrespectful in my opinion, just a little naïve in the way he's done it.

      But he'll probably stay and I hope the fans cut him some slack, because he can make a huge contribution to a big, big season for us.

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