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      Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)

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      FATKOPITE10
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1725: Feb 07, 2024 04:53:13 pm
      It's Illogical to stand still playing football.

      Calm down Spock
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1726: Feb 07, 2024 05:21:37 pm
      ..He started it!....Beam me up Scotty :D
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1727: Feb 07, 2024 05:27:22 pm
      Alright mate. Trent bad. Trent do no sprint, us lose because Trent bad! Sell Trent, buy good player with money. Trent bad!!!
      That's quite funny
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1728: Feb 07, 2024 05:31:13 pm
      It's absolutely unfair to talk TAA and Conor Bradley in comparative manner. But if it's Conor that start the last Arsenal game we can expect Martinelli to has a difficult life while Conor still offer decent attacking threat as he proved by every games he play this season. At the same context I believe no one expect TAA to be able to handle o Martinelli better than Conor even before the game start but maybe expect better attacking threats.
      That is what people talk about disappointing TAA's poor defensive work.
      What I guess for quite a long time is TAA do not want to play RB so as now we have a wonderful RB in Conor Bradley (hopefully he can continue his form) maybe TAA could get his chance to play his preferred position.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1729: Feb 10, 2024 05:29:09 pm
      Fuk Trent is injured, same knee. I just put him my fantasy team for next week's double week. L o l
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1730: Feb 10, 2024 05:31:41 pm
      Fuk Trent is injured, same knee. I just put him my fantasy team for next week's double week. L o l

      Prob just a precaution , still lacking match fitness and prob wouldn’t have started if Gomez or Bradley was available
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      Reply #1731: Feb 10, 2024 09:47:21 pm
      Prob just a precaution , still lacking match fitness and prob wouldn’t have started if Gomez or Bradley was available

      Klopp said it was knee, Trent said he was ok, but staff said no at HT, so he was subbed. With any luck it's not too bad.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1732: Feb 10, 2024 10:53:42 pm
      Klopp said it was knee, Trent said he was ok, but staff said no at HT, so he was subbed. With any luck it's not too bad.
      You sure? I mean some mental giants on this very forum want him fu**ed off and never near the team again so I suppose they’d be happy for the injury. 🙄
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      Reply #1733: Feb 10, 2024 11:19:18 pm
      For me he should only be considered in midfield now until the end of the season. If Xabi takes over, he may look to adopt the 3421 here and play him as the RWB but for now he shouldn’t be in the XI unless Szobo is out.
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      Reply #1734: Feb 11, 2024 08:14:58 am
      You sure? I mean some mental giants on this very forum want him fu**ed off and never near the team again so I suppose they’d be happy for the injury. 🙄


      Best to ignore those types mate. 😅
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1735: Feb 11, 2024 08:51:31 am
      He was in the form of his life not long ago, he’ll get there again.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1736: Feb 11, 2024 12:39:13 pm
      You sure? I mean some mental giants on this very forum want him fu**ed off and never near the team again so I suppose they’d be happy for the injury. 🙄


      Absolute morons.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1737: Feb 12, 2024 09:32:02 am


       :lmao:
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1738: Feb 12, 2024 10:06:42 am
      Yeah that will be great mate as I believe very difficult for any defender to surpass TAA and Robb records.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1739: Feb 18, 2024 06:05:37 am
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1740: Feb 18, 2024 08:12:40 am

      Big difference there to someone who just leisurely jogs around letting others do his work. Trent wouldn't have been near sterling . ... he'd have been around the half way line jogging waiting for someone to win it back. Walker got back in and sterling saw him coming and switched back inside ... it was a quality goal.

      Walker is a c*nt of a human being. But he's been a more than decent defender over the years ... hence all his caps. And how old is he now ... 33/34?

      It's amazing the excuses people make for trent ... who has been poor defensively for along time and refuses to put the effort in because defending doesn't interest him.

      No coincidence we looked better with Bradley there again yesterday by all accounts. Trent is blessed with fantastic ability ... and can do things that are incredible. But the greats have the work ethic too and the desire to improve every chink in their armour. Arnold doesn't have that and I've watched this game long enough to know that. He's a liability at right back and everyone out there knows it and takes full advantage.
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      Reply #1741: Feb 18, 2024 08:16:07 am
      TAA didn’t even play yesterday and some still laying into him

      Such a crap take that he has no work ethic and shows a lack of understanding of both Klopp and the club if you believe TAA has a work ethic issue
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1742: Feb 18, 2024 10:55:10 am
      Big difference there to someone who just leisurely jogs around letting others do his work. Trent wouldn't have been near sterling . ... he'd have been around the half way line jogging waiting for someone to win it back. Walker got back in and sterling saw him coming and switched back inside ... it was a quality goal.

      Walker is a c*nt of a human being. But he's been a more than decent defender over the years ... hence all his caps. And how old is he now ... 33/34?

      It's amazing the excuses people make for trent ... who has been poor defensively for along time and refuses to put the effort in because defending doesn't interest him.

      No coincidence we looked better with Bradley there again yesterday by all accounts. Trent is blessed with fantastic ability ... and can do things that are incredible. But the greats have the work ethic too and the desire to improve every chink in their armour. Arnold doesn't have that and I've watched this game long enough to know that. He's a liability at right back and everyone out there knows it and takes full advantage.

      Work ethic issues? Hope you're not on cocaine. Klopp would never play a player with no work ethic.

      Better defender maybe but not based on determination.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1743: Feb 18, 2024 11:02:45 am
      TAA didn’t even play yesterday and some still laying into him

      Such a crap take that he has no work ethic and shows a lack of understanding of both Klopp and the club if you believe TAA has a work ethic issue

      Ridiculous isn't it. Give the guy a F***ing break.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1744: Feb 18, 2024 11:09:39 am
      TAA didn’t even play yesterday and some still laying into him

      Such a crap take that he has no work ethic and shows a lack of understanding of both Klopp and the club if you believe TAA has a work ethic issue
      Obviously it's nonsense to say he's got no work ethic, he wouldn't have become the player he has without hard work....But You know, along with everyone else he can appear to look disinterested in the defensive side of his game a little too often, still by any metric he's a World class footballer.
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1745: Feb 18, 2024 11:16:37 am
      Obviously it's nonsense to say he's got no work ethic, he wouldn't have become the player he has without hard work....But You know, along with everyone else he can appear to look disinterested in the defensive side of his game a little too often, still by any metric he's a World class footballer.

      He defends well , it’s been shown statistically that he is a very good defender , the only issue he has at times is being aware of what’s over his left shoulder

      TAA gets ripped apart from oppo fans and the likes of Jenas who haven’t got a clue about the role he plays within the team - the least i would expect is for his own fans to have at least the basic understanding of his role and why at times when the team is defending a quick break why TAA hangs back a little
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1746: Feb 18, 2024 11:46:52 am
      TAA didn’t even play yesterday and some still laying into him

      Such a crap take that he has no work ethic and shows a lack of understanding of both Klopp and the club if you believe TAA has a work ethic issue

      It's embarrassing how fickle some people are
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      Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold Player Thread (D)
      Reply #1747: Feb 18, 2024 12:24:50 pm
      It's embarrassing how fickle some people are

      It’s a joke - the man has been a massive heartbeat for the team and the success we have had , Bradley is a very talented young player who has a great future ahead of him but he is back up to the best right back in the league

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