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      Rhian Brewster Player Thread

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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
      Reply #350: Jul 15, 2020 06:55:20 pm
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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
      Reply #351: Jul 15, 2020 07:01:13 pm

      1 in 2 goals in a tough league to score goals fair play may be just what we are missing in and around the box
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      Reply #352: Jul 15, 2020 07:20:21 pm
      1 in 2 goals in a tough league to score goals fair play may be just what we are missing in and around the box

      Missing ??? Not. But I would keep him around the team in August.
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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
      Reply #353: Jul 15, 2020 07:21:33 pm
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      Reply #354: Jul 15, 2020 07:23:44 pm
      Missing ??? Not. But I would keep him around the team in August.
      So we have a natural striker a No9 ?
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      Reply #355: Jul 15, 2020 07:26:26 pm
      He looks to be potentially the most natural goal scorer in the club.

      Time to give Rhian his chance next season.
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      Reply #356: Jul 15, 2020 07:27:47 pm
      So we have a natural striker a No9 ?

      I guess so.
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      Reply #357: Jul 15, 2020 07:51:56 pm

      That's good then need something like him to add into the mix
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      Reply #358: Jul 15, 2020 08:56:40 pm
      He looks to be potentially the most natural goal scorer in the club.

      Time to give Rhian his chance next season.

      I agree, he’s got a deadly finish. Bring him straight into the first team
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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
      Reply #359: Jul 16, 2020 12:07:20 am
      We could have done with that last night.
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      Reply #360: Jul 16, 2020 07:58:22 am
      That’s 9 goals in 18 appearances on loan for Brewster Which is not a bad return. Give the injury he had previously it’s great to see his firm has steadily improved over time. Be interesting to see if Klopo fancies him for the 1st team squad next season. Harry Wilson has a cracking season fir Derby last year but doesn’t appear to be in the managers plans so we’ll find out in September what he thinks of Brewster. Got to be worth a close look is my opinion. 
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      Reply #361: Jul 16, 2020 08:20:28 am
      That’s 9 goals in 18 appearances on loan for Brewster Which is not a bad return. Give the injury he had previously it’s great to see his firm has steadily improved over time. Be interesting to see if Klopo fancies him for the 1st team squad next season. Harry Wilson has a cracking season fir Derby last year but doesn’t appear to be in the managers plans so we’ll find out in September what he thinks of Brewster. Got to be worth a close look is my opinion. 

      nah, Klopp would have to drop the Ox from the team and that isn't ever going to happen, just ask Keita.
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      Reply #362: Jul 16, 2020 09:01:58 am
      nah, Klopp would have to drop the Ox from the team and that isn't ever going to happen, just ask Keita.

      I see the Ox is now your new hate player. Why do you always seem to have one that you're gunning for?
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      Reply #363: Jul 16, 2020 09:12:37 am
      This lad could be big, it's just the long term injury that's held him back so far.

      Expecting him to be in the first team squad next season.
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      Reply #364: Jul 16, 2020 10:51:33 am
      I see the Ox is now your new hate player. Why do you always seem to have one that you're gunning for?

      Don't hate Ox at all but you have to admit it's a bit weird he keeps getting starts ahead of Keita when he never delivers.
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      Reply #365: Jul 16, 2020 11:23:39 am
      nah, Klopp would have to drop the Ox from the team and that isn't ever going to happen, just ask Keita.

      I think Keita will start against Chelsea.

      If Ox starts ahead of Naby again either Klopp has little to no faith in Keita or he's starting to lose the plot.
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      Reply #366: Jul 16, 2020 04:32:10 pm
      I think Keita will start against Chelsea.

      If Ox starts ahead of Naby again either Klopp has little to no faith in Keita or he's starting to lose the plot.

      I suspect Klopp gets a little bit frustrated with Keita's defensive work, he often fails to track runners and when he does it's a little half-hearted. Everyone must realise that the vast majority of our creativity comes from the 3 front players and the 2 full-backs. The three lads in the middle are required to press, hold that shape just midway through the attacking 3rd when we're pushing forward, win the ball back when we lose or it's cleared and then quickly recycle the ball to the 5 lads I've mentioned.

      Often their work goes unnoticed when we're winning and scoring freely and yet if the goals dry up people often look to them as the reason why. It baffles me that posters don't realise this. Keita imo still needs to gain the full trust of the manager if he wants to be a regular in our midfield three, he's a skillful little player but he also needs to roll his sleeves up and mark, track and tackle like the rest of our midfield. He still falls short in this respect. 
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      Reply #367: Jul 16, 2020 11:12:02 pm
      I really think Brewster could be our "summer signing" ahead of next season. I rate him over Origi as backup and who knows, could he challenge Firmino ?
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      Reply #368: Jul 17, 2020 10:59:22 am
      I really think Brewster could be our "summer signing" ahead of next season. I rate him over Origi as backup and who knows, could he challenge Firmino ?

      Wouldn't Brewster/Origi be cover for Salah and Mane. I see Minamino as cover for Bobby and from what I've seen so far think he can do a good job there, just needs to find the pace of the league/team a bit better.
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      Reply #369: Jul 19, 2020 10:26:43 am
      Wouldn't Brewster/Origi be cover for Salah and Mane. I see Minamino as cover for Bobby and from what I've seen so far think he can do a good job there, just needs to find the pace of the league/team a bit better.

      Brewster would offer little to nothing out on the flanks, his main qualities are his finishing and positioning in the box. If we are to get the best out of him I reckon he would be a direct replacement for Bobby but expected to provide something different to Bobby.

      In all honest as good as he is and as much as Klopp rates him, it might be quite difficult for him to fit into our side with the way Klopp has the team set-up, he isn't one to really come deep and link up play, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out next season.

      Either way I have no doubt Rhian is going to go on and become a prominent striker in the prem.
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      Reply #370: Jul 20, 2020 08:53:55 pm
      This lad could be big, it's just the long term injury that's held him back so far.

      Expecting him to be in the first team squad next season.

      Hope so. People forget how much attention Klopp paid to him to keep him from moving to Germany. He was supposed to feature a good bit last season before he was injured, and then he was around the first team squad throughout the run-in to the Champions League victory and the league runner-up. He went on loan for match time and clearly is making the most of it. He's fleet of foot but you can tell his football brain is very quick as well.

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      Reply #371: Jul 20, 2020 09:00:48 pm
      Brewster would offer little to nothing out on the flanks, his main qualities are his finishing and positioning in the box. If we are to get the best out of him I reckon he would be a direct replacement for Bobby but expected to provide something different to Bobby.

      In all honest as good as he is and as much as Klopp rates him, it might be quite difficult for him to fit into our side with the way Klopp has the team set-up, he isn't one to really come deep and link up play, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out next season.

      Either way I have no doubt Rhian is going to go on and become a prominent striker in the prem.

      Sadio and Mo are not "wide players". Look at their position for almost all of their goals - in the penalty area. I do think Rhian can help keep those two rested and make an inpact himself.

      Bobby plays a position almost unique to world football let alone the Premier League. Minamino's last sub appearance was a bit more promising than those he made beforehand, but he's light years away from showing he could be cover for the Bobby of the past three seasons.
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      Reply #372: Jul 22, 2020 05:23:46 pm
      I suspect Klopp gets a little bit frustrated with Keita's defensive work, he often fails to track runners and when he does it's a little half-hearted. Everyone must realise that the vast majority of our creativity comes from the 3 front players and the 2 full-backs. The three lads in the middle are required to press, hold that shape just midway through the attacking 3rd when we're pushing forward, win the ball back when we lose or it's cleared and then quickly recycle the ball to the 5 lads I've mentioned.

      Often their work goes unnoticed when we're winning and scoring freely and yet if the goals dry up people often look to them as the reason why. It baffles me that posters don't realise this. Keita imo still needs to gain the full trust of the manager if he wants to be a regular in our midfield three, he's a skillful little player but he also needs to roll his sleeves up and mark, track and tackle like the rest of our midfield. He still falls short in this respect.
      Which is fair enough but I guess it would beg the question as to why Klopp signed Keita in the first place. I’m playing devil’s advocate here a bit because I understand that the defensive element can be worked on but why not sign a player who already fits the bill? Especially if the traits that he (Keita) does possess are not going to come in useful for the role he is expected to carry out.

      As it happens I don’t really believe that this is Klopp’s thinking anyway, I think he is protecting Naby due to his injury record. I think this team’s style of play will continue to evolve next season and we will start seeing more creativity from the midfield, with Keita expected to play a big role in that.
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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
      Reply #373: Jul 22, 2020 06:11:19 pm
      Sadio and Mo are not "wide players". Look at their position for almost all of their goals - in the penalty area. I do think Rhian can help keep those two rested and make an inpact himself.

      Bobby plays a position almost unique to world football let alone the Premier League. Minamino's last sub appearance was a bit more promising than those he made beforehand, but he's light years away from showing he could be cover for the Bobby of the past three seasons.

      I don't understand the thinking of people who see everything as an old 442, when we play a modern 433.

      Mane and Salah are not even wide forwards, and our play is more like an inverted triangle most of the time up top when Firmino drops deep.

      It's like the "we need a midfield playmaker" argument, when our 3 midfielders are primarily defensive and the FB's are the creators, with the assist stats to prove it.
      Even our default formation could hardly be described as rigid, and it shifts and changes throughout a match.
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      Re: Rhian Brewster Player Thread
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