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      LFC League Season Analysis 2018-19

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      Re: LFC League Season Analysis 2018-19
      Reply #25: Apr 02, 2019 04:53:44 pm
      They still have the option of 6 players for 3 positions up front though.

      The only good thing about this is when it's mattered most this season, despite having so many options, more often than not they are relying on Aguero and Sterling. Mahrez can't get a game and then looks lack of match sharpness when he does play, Jesus is very hit and miss and Sane for as good a player he is, he can easily get lost in a game and have no impact. But they are all top class players that will walk into the majority of teams so despite what I've just said, you really can't underestimate them.
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      Reply #26: Apr 02, 2019 05:08:53 pm
      The only good thing about this is when it's mattered most this season, despite having so many options, more often than not they are relying on Aguero and Sterling. Mahrez can't get a game and then looks lack of match sharpness when he does play, Jesus is very hit and miss and Sane for as good a player he is, he can easily get lost in a game and have no impact. But they are all top class players that will walk into the majority of teams so despite what I've just said, you really can't underestimate them.

      It doesn’t matter how world class they are. We’ve had all the luck and they don’t. On the final stretch, it’s all that matters.

      Don’t forget we’ve playing sh*te but bringing home those three points.
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      Reply #27: Apr 03, 2019 10:22:13 am
      It doesn’t matter how world class they are. We’ve had all the luck and they don’t. On the final stretch, it’s all that matters.

      Don’t forget we’ve playing sh*te but bringing home those three points.

      I wouldn't say there was much luck for LFC when Harry Maguire wasn't shown a red card
      and then equalised. People choose to ignore stuff like that.
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      Reply #28: Apr 03, 2019 12:05:37 pm
      I wouldn't say there was much luck for LFC when Harry Maguire wasn't shown a red card
      and then equalised. People choose to ignore stuff like that.

      Or when Kompany wasn’t sent off against us, the same game they got saved by the skin of their teeth with a line clearance.

      I’d say City have had just as much luck as us.
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      Reply #29: Apr 03, 2019 01:14:01 pm
      Or when Kompany wasn’t sent off against us, the same game they got saved by the skin of their teeth with a line clearance.

      I’d say City have had just as much luck as us.

      Also LFC quite unlucky to be toe to toe with the most financially doped team in history.
      Without City Klopp's team would be cruising to the title.

      Lucky? Nah.
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      Reply #30: Apr 03, 2019 02:10:44 pm
      Also LFC quite unlucky to be toe to toe with the most financially doped team in history.
      Without City Klopp's team would be cruising to the title.

      Lucky? Nah.
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      Yup.

      If the ball goes over the line versus City at the Etihad and the goal versus the arse is given there’s a 5 point swing.......

      Luck is relative. It might decide a fins but not a season.
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      Reply #31: Apr 04, 2019 12:42:48 am
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      Reply #32: Apr 05, 2019 12:27:54 pm
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      Reply #33: Apr 05, 2019 12:28:33 pm
      Yup.

      If the ball goes over the line versus City at the Etihad and the goal versus the arse is given there’s a 5 point swing.......

      Luck is relative. It might decide a fins but not a season.

      Exactly
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      Reply #34: Yesterday at 12:21:18 pm
      After matchday 35 / City on 34

      Man City away at Man United tonight which is a big opportunity for them to get a better than expected result and cut the gap with Liverpool based on opposition faced.  Spurs have stabilised their season in the last four matches, Man Utd's initial improvement under Solskjaer has turned south. 

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