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      Marko Grujić Player Thread

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      CT_LFC
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #375: Oct 02, 2020 02:09:22 pm
      I think he could reasonably stay. Next year i imagine Milner and Gini will move on so it would open up a spot for him to be a squad player. That may not be what he desires, though.
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #376: Oct 02, 2020 03:27:19 pm
      Would be happy for him to stay if Gini moves, and if we need to shoe horn Fab as an emergency CB, hes done OK
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #377: Oct 02, 2020 04:55:16 pm
      I would rather we keep him as, despite having number there, the way we play and the compressed fixture list this season, more at this position is better. Hendo, Milner, Ox have all been or are hurt this season. Keita has a history of injury and so do Thiago. Fab had a fairly long spell out last year.

      I'd say keep him here at least until January.
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #378: Oct 06, 2020 10:41:33 pm
      Just read he’s at Porto for a year long loan once back from internationals... thought he could have done a decent job here, good loan club for him though.
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #379: Oct 07, 2020 09:12:16 am
      How many loans can a player do before he loses heart of ever getting a chance with his parent club?

      Pointless him coming back here. Terminate the contract by mutual agreement
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #380: Oct 07, 2020 09:29:14 am


      Pointless him coming back here. Terminate the contract by mutual agreement

      Financially that makes no sense though
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #381: Oct 07, 2020 10:27:39 am
      How many loans can a player do before he loses heart of ever getting a chance with his parent club?

      Pointless him coming back here. Terminate the contract by mutual agreement

      Maybe Klopp intends to play Marko more next season if Gini leaves.

      No point in him hanging around the club this season if he won't be played.
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #382: Oct 07, 2020 11:15:26 am
      There were too many players to register, he needed a loan. he played well in EFL cup too. he's a cracking player, just were overloaded with MF players now.

      Good luck to him.
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      Re: Marko Grujić Player Thread
      Reply #383: Oct 07, 2020 11:17:13 am
      Feel a bit sorry for him as he's quite clearly a good footballer but has been living out of a suitcase for the last few years through no real fault of his own. He's 24 years old now and at this stage in his career should be at a point where he's nailing down a position for a half decent European side. Think he probably would have left on a permanent deal during this window if not for Covid tightening the purse strings of a lot of clubs. Hertha's owner described him as the best midfielder they've had in 20 years so I thought that they would have been pulling out all of the stops to sign him after his loan spell ended

      Best of luck to him at Porto anyway, I'm sure he'll impress once again

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