Oh F***ing hell, Swab, seriously. If someone posted, "Klopp got his team selection wrong", I, along with many normal sane person would assume it to be , "I think Klopp got the selection wrong". You take things so literal, you need to unplug that cork out of your ass! Not everyone puts, "I believe" or "in my opinion", people just assume you know it's their opinion. I don't think anyone (except for you) would be that arrogant to state it as a fact. You are just being difficult, nitpicking, trying to act superior and being an absolute c**t for all to see.
Amd what is your obsession with twitter and P.Neville? Wtf am I lying about twitter? Oh, and I am sorry, when I say I do not have twitter, I mean I do not have a twitter accoun. Chill and don't take things so literal. And for someone who despises twitter, you seem to spend an awful lot of time there reading the football debates.
I think you need to chill with your definitive statement, no one gives a sh*t but you. It is getting out of control, but what is getting more out of control is your arrogant attitude, consistent attacks and acting as if you invented football. Remember, you are just some random guy with no football qualifications on the internet making wild guesses.
Just take a leaf out of your own book and accept that you do not have the information Klopp or Hodgson has, nor have you coached the team in tactics, so therefore, you do not know if Fabinho's positional play or reading of the game are poor, nor do you know if Zaha or Tarkowski are not good enough.
You are just a random bloke on the internet with the same football qualifications as us making wild guesses!
So you're sat around a table in a pub having watched a match.
Bloke says "Klopp picked the wrong team today"
A definitive statement, that people pick up on and immediately ask how he knows.
What information does he have to state categorically that the "wrong team" was picked.
The answer is the fella has no information and is just giving it billy big bollocks.
Discussion and debate don't happen because the bloke can't back it up.
Making a definitive statement, then calling it an "opinion" is something used by idiots to control and/or shut down debate and discussion.
I've seen it happen so many times.
In real life, people have little tolerance for your type of bullshit.
Same pub, same scene
Bloke says "I reckon Klopp picked the wrong team today"
This opens up discussion and debate, because it's an opinion.
It is not someoone stating a fact that they can have no possible way of knowing.
It happens in every pub that people go to after a match, all over the country.
People try to make out they know something, and they get ripped for it.
The pub test is something that should be applied in every forum post.
How do you know how I read a game?
In your own words,
They have more information and experience than you. They get to go watch live games, probably a wider tv angle than us, more detailed stats and stuff to bounce off ex professionals. They certainly know more than you.
So, by your own standard I must have a sh*t ton of knowledge, having been to literally thousands of games, spread over more than 50 years.
Look the simple fact is that I was saying ages ago that our midfield is not a creative outlet; they are there (at least 2 of 3, depending on the opposition) to cover the fullbacks, recycle, defend high to win back possession, and support.
It's so easily seen by the number of assists our fullbacks have.
TAA with 12, Robertson with 11.
They are 3rd and 5th in the list of premier league assists respectively.
It's taken your favourite pundit 3 years to figure out the thing I explained all that time ago, and during that time, all you were doing was gobbing off and trying to take the piss, along with some of your little cohort of plusers.
So excuse me if I find your "opinion" to be as valuable as your "knowledge".
There are maybe 4 posters on here who really know what they are talking about (I don't include myself), and you're not one of them.
Now kindly f**k off, and stop derailing this thread with your puerile personal attacks.