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      General Football Forum / Re: The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread
      « Last post by waltonl4 on Today at 12:49:12 pm »

      yeah f**k him he has got a thick Skin. Didnt UTD win the second half 3-2
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      Interested to see Klopp selection, between poor form and keeping the legs fresh. Personally would love to see a few changes to send message to players they are not locks to start but you can only sit out so many players ;D.

      --------------------Alisson-----‐------------
      Gomez-----Matip---VvD------Tsimikas
      ---------Elliott---Hendo---Thiago------
      ---Jota----------Nunez-----------Diaz---

      I think Gomez has to start at RB and Mo cant hit a barn door at the moment but when you score 3 at Anfield and dont win the talk has to be about defending.
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      not a clue what selection will be. could be lots of changes to start, or basically same team as weekend, see how it goes.

      something needs to change but Jürgen is very loyal to players and will not be seen to be influenced by the Media but he could drop 4 or 5 and I dont think anyone on here would Bat at an eyelid. 
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      not a clue what selection will be. could be lots of changes to start, or basically same team as weekend, see how it goes.
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      Interested to see Klopp selection, between poor form and keeping the legs fresh. Personally would love to see a few changes to send message to players they are not locks to start but you can only sit out so many players ;D.

      --------------------Alisson-----‐------------
      Gomez-----Matip---VvD------Tsimikas
      ---------Elliott---Hendo---Thiago------
      ---Jota----------Nunez-----------Diaz---
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      Couldn’t ask for better opponents really to get back to winning ways, at least their midfield won’t have the athleticism to out run ours.

      Start Nunez from the off as he has enough CL experience, in fact I would be tempted to start the young Stefan Bajcetic, he will be 18 this week so if he’s as good as the club make out then he can’t be any worse than the incumbents.
      Also would like to see TAA dropped because otherwise it sets a bad precedent that no matter sh*te you play Jürgen will stick with his favourites.




      But who comes in for Trent mate? Milner too slow now to cover, Gomez possibly but he doesn’t provide the attacking elements we need, so for me Trent stays until young Calvin is up to speed, whilst I agree Trent needs to be taken out of the spotlight temporarily we really cannot afford to have square peg’s in round holes,

      I don’t expect Jürgen to change much at all, Hendo to start with Fabinho & Thiago as the engine room, and I expect a front three of Diaz, Jota & Mo,
      I imagine he won’t make any changes until the hour mark, yes Nunez needs pitch time but I’d take it easy with him, let him build confidence before he’s expected to deliver in each game like what we expect with Mo/Jota,
      Harvey to inject fresh legs and Nunez another target man with possibly Carv, Bajcetic providing cover for Hendo/Fabinho, don’t want to see Jimmy at all and if Konate is ready to give 15/20 mins and tug Virgil then I’d do it,

      We mustn’t under estimate Rangers, they are decent, well organised and well capable of inflicting damage, still think we’ll prove to big a fish for them but air on the side of caution!!


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      LFC Player Threads / Re: Fabinho Player Thread (M)
      « Last post by Fabio Aurelio on Today at 12:06:16 pm »
      I love him and he is a world class player, but he’s been really poor so far this season. If you can get past him, he’s not going to catch you. He’s stuck in the mud.


      I feel he’s suffering due to not having players with legs next to him. Having Gini and Hendo ahead of him made his job easier. Thiago is world class but he can’t get around the pitch like Gini could. That’s not necessarily a problem, but when the other 8 is Elliot, it makes Fab’s job more difficult, especially when he’s out of form.

      We are crying out for a new number 8 who can get around the pitch.
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      Sports / Re: Formula 1 2022
      « Last post by Frankly, Mr Shankly on Today at 11:41:50 am »
      Credit where credit is due, he was absolutely brilliant today.

      Not the results I was hoping for, but all in all, it was a fun race to watch.


      Btw, has there ever been a more useless penalty than Latifi's 5 places grid penalty for the next race? Last +5 is still last.

      Yeah, I'm being petty there. Red Bull have produced a corker of a car this year but it's hard to engage with no real title fight. And to see second drivers of that team winning it's all a bit 'meh' (I felt the same when Bottas was winning). Similar to previous years like 2019 when it becomes obvious very early on who's going to win.

      I kind of just wish Verstappen has stormed through the field yesterday and won after slipping back to 12th at the start. That would have made it much more memorable than his team mate winning.
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      General Football Forum / Re: The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread
      « Last post by gazred on Today at 11:35:26 am »
      Looks dead for the foreseeable future Bob doesn’t it unless your a City fan, vast becoming just a walk in the park for the cnuts. Liverpool dominated once, then it was United, now it’s City. Only saving grace is United & Liverpool did it without oil rich barons. We both dominated the way it should be done.

      We now have to play same game and both get new owners, sadly those owners look like they need to be oil barons if we’re both to compete again. Many won’t like that but it’s the only way I can see it.

      There are not many oil rich countries left for the other clubs, the Russian money is not coming to Europe for the foreseeable future. Also, nothing to suggest that super rich tech billionaires are going to suddenly decide that they want to add football clubs to their list of toys.
      Only option is to have proper enforcement of FFP. I still  think that is fairly likely. The Prem has been fairly competitive for the last 30 years. If City win by 15-20 points for the next 2-3 seasons a lot of fans will get bored, especially the TV watching fans, watch less football and the league will have to do something to protect their "product".
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