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      Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)

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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #270: Jan 30, 2018 11:29:22 am
      Knowing our transfer committee they'll promise you Jennifer Lawrence but send you out on a date with Martin Lawrence

      Lofty expectations.

      More likely Martin Clunes.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #271: Jan 30, 2018 11:38:32 am
      We are now short on attacking numbers... Sturridge is head and shoulders above both Solanke and Ings... Sturridge is proven, those two aren't.

      I don't think for one second Klopp is that naive and that deluded to think this squad has enough bodies to get over the line. If Salah gets injured we are in big, big trouble. If I'm wrong, and if he is actually that deluded, then if we don't finish in the top four this season he will deserve the sack in my opinion.

      We have seriously weakened ourselves in this window.

      Sorry for chopping your post up, but these are the important bits for me.  We are a team who win games because of our ability to outscore the opposition, but we have just sold two of our most potent attacking options.  You could argue that adding VVD will bring better balance to our team and that we won't have to score as many goals to still win games.  However, if the last few matches are any indication, then it is going to take some time for our new-look defense to improve enough for this theoretical argument to hold water. 

      As things stand today: 

           -  The "Fab Four" has been reduced to the "Thrilling Three"
           -  "Phenomenal Phil" has been replaced in the starting 11 by "Above-Average Alex"
           -  Even the "World's Most Expensive Defender" can't stop us from shipping 3 goals at home to sides like f**king WBA   

      Meanwhile, almost all of the other sides in the top 6 are strengthening to try to get an edge in the race for top 4....

      Didn't Klopp say the reason he wasn't in for Auba is because we don't need another ST?  Didn't he also say last year that it was a mistake to not strengthen in January?  Isn't one way to define "crazy" doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? 

      Is Klopp deluded ???
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #272: Jan 30, 2018 12:04:51 pm
      WBA...??  Alan Pardew's WBA...??

      I have lost all respect I had for Sturridge, It is as bad as going to Man Utd on loan as far as I am concerned...

      Pack your bags and F**k off
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #273: Jan 30, 2018 01:12:13 pm
      go easy, he probably didnt know he needed your approval
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #274: Jan 30, 2018 01:23:39 pm
      WBA...??  Alan Pardew's WBA...??

      I have lost all respect I had for Sturridge, It is as bad as going to Man Utd on loan as far as I am concerned...

      Pack your bags and F**k off

      Why mate?
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #275: Jan 30, 2018 01:26:11 pm

      Does he think we’re Wolves?
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #276: Jan 30, 2018 02:41:47 pm
      WBA...??  Alan Pardew's WBA...??

      I have lost all respect I had for Sturridge, It is as bad as going to Man Utd on loan as far as I am concerned...

      Pack your bags and F**k off

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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #277: Jan 30, 2018 04:13:42 pm
      Sorry Shabs but it is not WBA that I hate it is Alan Pardew  :f_steam:
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #278: Jan 30, 2018 04:22:30 pm
      Two massive attacking threats moved on in January. Absolute f**king joke!!!!

      I am so f**king disgusted. F**k off FSG back to America and stay there you bunch of cu*ts. Leave our club alone.

      Yeah I heard that Klopp thought tooth and nail to keep Sturridge!!! ;-) Come on, this has f all to do with the owners and all to do with Sturridge being pissed off at not getting game time and asking for a loan or transfer.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #279: Jan 30, 2018 04:26:32 pm
      Yeah I heard that Klopp thought tooth and nail to keep Sturridge!!! ;-) Come on, this has f all to do with the owners and all to do with Sturridge being pissed off at not getting game time and asking for a loan or transfer.

      And aren't we f**king nice letting him go, letting Coutinho go - because he had his little heart set on it- even though it massively weakens our options as a squad

      And even if we wanted to be nice (in Sturridges one and soft pr**ks in Coutinhos) then f**king replace them you tight and stubborn cu*ts
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #280: Jan 31, 2018 10:51:28 am
      Having sturridge was a bit like having a £100 a month gym memebership that you never used. Eventually you're going to cancel your memebership and eventually we were going to let sturridge go too.

      We are now short on attacking numbers though and whether klopp likes him or not, he is head and shoulders above both solanke and ings when it comes to goal scoring and quality. Sturridge is proven, those two aren't.

      It's not as disastrous as it is/was with coutinho but I still can't believe we're letting another attacking option leave in the same window without bringing anyone in.

      I don't think for one second klopp is that naive and that deluded to think this squad has enough bodies to get over the line. If salah gets injured we are in big, big trouble.

      If I'm wrong, and if he is actually that deluded, then if we don't finish in the top four this season he will deserve the sack in my opinion.

      Is this his way of putting some kind of pressure on FSG perhaps? Maybe it is, but jurgen needs to realise that they don't give a f**k. We sold Luis Suarez and left Brendan with lambert and Balotelli for fucks sake.

      I'm so confused with what's going on at the club right now. I suppose it boils down to opinions as always but it's my belief we have seriously weakened ourselves in this window and it angers me.



      He "was" head and shoulders above those two, not now, he was way down the pecking order in the end, serious operations for any athlete to try and come back from and he cannot get back to what he was, accept it and move on.

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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Reply #281: Jan 31, 2018 11:42:33 am
      He "was" head and shoulders above those two, not now, he was way down the pecking order in the end, serious operations for any athlete to try and come back from and he cannot get back to what he was, accept it and move on.



      I think this is the important thing. I can sort of understand the move despite the fact I still think he could have chipped in with a few contributions here and there. But the direction of travel his career was going means that he won't have another opportunity to play in a major international tournament. There is a possibility though that such a window has passed - the jury's still very much out on whether he will make Southgate's squad for the summer. Regardless, he would have wanted the opportunity to show his worth and the reality was he was never going to get it while still at Liverpool.

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