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      Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)

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      billythered
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #25: Jan 13, 2020 07:43:10 pm
      Think the lads will want to punish UTD for destroying our season . We don't need any motivation to give this shower a footballing lesson and to shut that hobgoblin up with his pathetic City are the best jibes.  What sort of UTD manager goes around praising CITY as the best team in the world UTD are finished if this is their status now.




      The very fact OGS has reverted to sucking City’s cock speaks volumes, maybe Rasher face Fergie did say something but who the f**k cares, they know their in for a f***in hiding on Sunday, they know they are f***in eons away from us, they know we are well and truly back on our f***in Perch,

      In the early 90’s when football was discovered, they had there wee golden spell, we were on the back foot, but hung on in there, now we are back dominating and they are f***in nowhere, with no f***in hope,  we are buying class with likes of Virgil, they get Fat Harry Maguire, go figure,

      Let’s be honest here, Munts are fu**ed, their down in mediocrity city vying with the likes of Newcastle, Blueshite, Spuds, They Are F**kin Sh*te, and they know it.


      Roll on Sunday, gonna be a mauling !!


      Where Are You Keith,We need someone to take the piss out of ?




      YNWA
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #26: Jan 13, 2020 08:26:31 pm
      Lallana probably edges Ox for me but do feel if we are in control lallana the best to come on whereas not sure Ox suited to that type of role and as others have said Ox more of a goal threat from start
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #27: Jan 13, 2020 09:10:09 pm
      I dunno, but maybe a start for minamino in the 10 role, Ole will sh*t himself
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #28: Jan 13, 2020 09:32:13 pm
      if they are all fit we know his starting line up bar maybe 1 player. The goalie and back four nailed on the fab three nailed on Hendo and Gini nailed on just one spot in midfield possibly up for grab but he will stick with OX
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #29: Jan 13, 2020 10:39:40 pm
      if they are all fit we know his starting line up bar maybe 1 player. The goalie and back four nailed on the fab three nailed on Hendo and Gini nailed on just one spot in midfield possibly up for grab but he will stick with OX

      I don't know Walt, I could see Jürgen going with a two-man rotation there. Lallana starting vs. United, Ox starting at Wolves, Lallana again for the Cup match and then Ox vs. West Ham. Wouldn't shock me. Agree with you about the other 10 so long as everyone's fit. I wouldn't be surprised if Jürgen waits for the Cup match to run out the players returning from injury from the start.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #30: Jan 13, 2020 10:56:38 pm
      Thinking Lallana aswell mate
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #31: Jan 13, 2020 11:30:12 pm



      The very fact OGS has reverted to sucking City’s cock speaks volumes, maybe Rasher face Fergie did say something but who the f**k cares, they know their in for a f***in hiding on Sunday, they know they are f***in eons away from us, they know we are well and truly back on our f***in Perch,

      In the early 90’s when football was discovered, they had there wee golden spell, we were on the back foot, but hung on in there, now we are back dominating and they are f***in nowhere, with no f***in hope,  we are buying class with likes of Virgil, they get Fat Harry Maguire, go figure,

      Let’s be honest here, Munts are fu**ed, their down in mediocrity city vying with the likes of Newcastle, Blueshite, Spuds, They Are F**kin Sh*te, and they know it.


      Roll on Sunday, gonna be a mauling !!


      Where Are You Keith,We need someone to take the piss out of ?




      YNWA

      Man!! You've been taking the piss out of me for over 12 months now no more hiding places.  ;D Our record been superb against you lads over recent years but we simply can't get a result against you this time.

      I fear a bashing sadly, fortunately I'm having my iPhone, iPad & laptop all under repair on the day of the match so won't be able to take part in any discussions.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

      Much as I hate to say it you deserve it but let's hope pigs fly and we can sneak away with another draw. Thinking postive when you beat us hoping that's the nail in Ole's coffin with any luck.  ;D
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #32: Jan 13, 2020 11:31:27 pm
      Added bonus of them having to play midweek against a tough opposition. They can’t afford to rest players either.

      Tough game vs Wolves followed by going to Anfield, the only way that could have been any worse IMO is if they were playing City midweek.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #33: Jan 14, 2020 12:00:27 am
      For the record I hate everything about Man Utd, but we need to respect this team, as they will be up for it, just like when they were winning the league, no matter what our position was, we still played them strong, and got a handful of wins against them. It will be a tough match, maybe another 1-0, 2-1 win. Hope I’m wrong and it’s a ass kicking, but they will be up for this game no matter what their shitty record is at the moment.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #34: Jan 14, 2020 12:34:50 am
      For the record I hate everything about Man Utd, but we need to respect this team, as they will be up for it, just like when they were winning the league, no matter what our position was, we still played them strong, and got a handful of wins against them. It will be a tough match, maybe another 1-0, 2-1 win. Hope I’m wrong and it’s a ass kicking, but they will be up for this game no matter what their shitty record is at the moment.

      I would tend to agree inasmuch as it could be a difficult game. Rashford got to be contained.Despite United making a mess of the lad his quality is out there.So Joe will have to take him on.It's a win for sure but it won't be easy.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #35: Jan 14, 2020 03:37:05 am
      I hate these Cu*ts

      Only Team in the League where my stomach feels sick all week leading up to it.

      Cu*ts
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #36: Jan 14, 2020 03:47:29 am
      They are definitely playing 3-4-2-1 with pacy players, so no chance Mata or Matic start. Rashford will look to cause problems in that right channel of ours, as always. Perreira and Fred in the middle. They'll probably look to replicate their start at the Eithad, glad we have better defenders.

      Think Lallana will start this in a 4-2-3-1. Can expect to see Hendo do something similar to what he did vs Sheffield. Drop a bit and form a back-3 to let Trent progress forward and mark the wide players. Lallana tucks in, looking to thread passes through the middle.

      Salah
      Mane Bobby Lallana
      Gini Hendo
      Robbo Virgil Gomez Trent
      Alisson

      Subs: Adrian, Neco, Fab?, Ox, Takumi, Shaq, Origi
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #37: Jan 14, 2020 04:06:09 am
      They are definitely playing 3-4-2-1 with pacy players, so no chance Mata or Matic start. Rashford will look to cause problems in that right channel of ours, as always. Perreira and Fred in the middle. They'll probably look to replicate their start at the Eithad, glad we have better defenders.

      Think Lallana will start this in a 4-2-3-1. Can expect to see Hendo do something similar to what he did vs Sheffield. Drop a bit and form a back-3 to let Trent progress forward and mark the wide players. Lallana tucks in, looking to thread passes through the middle.

      Salah
      Mane Bobby Lallana
      Gini Hendo
      Robbo Virgil Gomez Trent
      Alisson

      Subs: Adrian, Neco, Fab?, Ox, Takumi, Shaq, Origi

      Gotta have a center back among the 7 subs. Matip probably ready by Sunday. Might still be too soon for Fabinho, but either way, no need for Ox, Takumi and Shaq on the same bench.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #38: Jan 14, 2020 07:12:09 am
      I think we will come out firing on all cylinders and put 3 or 4 past Manure.Trust Jürgen trust the squad get behind the REDS and they will bring us another 3 points.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #39: Jan 14, 2020 09:56:27 am
      Added bonus of them having to play midweek against a tough opposition. They can’t afford to rest players either.

      Tough game vs Wolves followed by going to Anfield, the only way that could have been any worse IMO is if they were playing City midweek.

      Seriously KK won't make a difference  under Ole as he hasn't got plan A let alone a plan B
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #40: Jan 14, 2020 09:59:08 am
      I hate these Cu*ts

      Only Team in the League where my stomach feels sick all week leading up to it.

      Cu*ts

      Well at least some good come out of it then.  ;D Let's hope it gets postponed an hour before kick off so you have to go through it all again.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #41: Jan 14, 2020 10:19:20 am
      For the record I hate everything about Man Utd, but we need to respect this team, as they will be up for it, just like when they were winning the league, no matter what our position was, we still played them strong, and got a handful of wins against them. It will be a tough match, maybe another 1-0, 2-1 win. Hope I’m wrong and it’s a ass kicking, but they will be up for this game no matter what their shitty record is at the moment.

      I think the opposite, I reckon we've shown them too much respect in recent meetings. We seem to have a bit of a mental block against United, especially when we go to Old Trafford. Just looking at the fixture history and since 14/15 we've won once in the last 11 Premier League meetings. Granted we weren't very good at the beginning of that run but they weren't much better themselves. Considering the gulf between the sides over the last few years I think we should have had a lot more wins against them.

      Old Trafford you could maybe understand failing to get a result because of the fact it's still one of the most iconic stadiums in world football with 70k + supporters behind them, but at Anfield we should really be tearing these a new one. Score early & we can make it horrible for them, hostile atmosphere and relentless pressing their boots will be feeling like they're made out of lead after 20 minutes.

      That being said... I'd be delighted with the 3 points any which way! But I do think we owe them a drubbing
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #42: Jan 14, 2020 10:37:37 am
      I think the opposite, I reckon we've shown them too much respect in recent meetings. We seem to have a bit of a mental block against United, especially when we go to Old Trafford. Just looking at the fixture history and since 14/15 we've won once in the last 11 Premier League meetings. Granted we weren't very good at the beginning of that run but they weren't much better themselves. Considering the gulf between the sides over the last few years I think we should have had a lot more wins against them.

      Old Trafford you could maybe understand failing to get a result because of the fact it's still one of the most iconic stadiums in world football with 70k + supporters behind them, but at Anfield we should really be tearing these a new one. Score early & we can make it horrible for them, hostile atmosphere and relentless pressing their boots will be feeling like they're made out of lead after 20 minutes.

      That being said... I'd be delighted with the 3 points any which way! But I do think we owe them a drubbing

      We won at Anfield last year didn't we, wasn't that what led to Maureen getting the boot? I'm thinking something similar might happen this time.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #43: Jan 14, 2020 10:43:08 am
      We will win, and we will win by a few goals.

      Our squad is almost back to full strength, a full week between games, they have the wolves game in league cup tmrw night, and is the slabhead not injured too ?

      and basically theyre rubbish.

      ;D
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #44: Jan 14, 2020 10:50:06 am
      We won at Anfield last year didn't we, wasn't that what led to Maureen getting the boot? I'm thinking something similar might happen this time.

      Yep won 3-1 at Anfield last season and that was the only win against them we've had in 11 Premier League meetings. To be fair to them they were extremely lucky in that game and the 3-1 defeat complimented them massively.

      If I remember correctly we completely bossed the game, scoring in the first half and they got an equalizer out of nothing a few minutes later which was down to a rare howler from Alisson. That then gave them something to hold onto and they parked the bus until Shaqiri finally broke the deadlock with about 10 minutes left. 3-1 against United is obviously a good result but I think we could have destroyed them in that game if it wasn't for the lucky equalizer, hopefully we'll be able to properly put them to the sword on Sunday
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #45: Jan 14, 2020 11:40:22 am
      I hate these Cu*ts

      Only Team in the League where my stomach feels sick all week leading up to it.

      Cu*ts

      Always feel the same away against this team too
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #46: Jan 14, 2020 12:06:01 pm
      Yep won 3-1 at Anfield last season and that was the only win against them we've had in 11 Premier League meetings. To be fair to them they were extremely lucky in that game and the 3-1 defeat complimented them massively.

      If I remember correctly we completely bossed the game, scoring in the first half and they got an equalizer out of nothing a few minutes later which was down to a rare howler from Alisson. That then gave them something to hold onto and they parked the bus until Shaqiri finally broke the deadlock with about 10 minutes left. 3-1 against United is obviously a good result but I think we could have destroyed them in that game if it wasn't for the lucky equalizer, hopefully we'll be able to properly put them to the sword on Sunday

      I really think we'll destroy them on Sunday and next season we should do the same at Old Trafford, time to stop paying them so much respect, they don't deserve it currently.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #47: Jan 14, 2020 12:18:36 pm
      I really think we'll destroy them on Sunday and next season we should do the same at Old Trafford, time to stop paying them so much respect, they don't deserve it currently.

      Just get one early on and the floodgates will open I think. There was a 15 minute period against City last week just before HT where their heads completely dropped and they could have conceded 4 or 5.

      That was at Old Trafford as well. If we come out of the traps early on the crowd will be baying for blood. I really think we can do to them what we did to Arsenal in 2014
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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #48: Jan 14, 2020 01:27:49 pm
      Man!! You've been taking the piss out of me for over 12 months now no more hiding places.  ;D Our record been superb against you lads over recent years but we simply can't get a result against you this time.

      I fear a bashing sadly, fortunately I'm having my iPhone, iPad & laptop all under repair on the day of the match so won't be able to take part in any discussions.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

      Much as I hate to say it you deserve it but let's hope pigs fly and we can sneak away with another draw. Thinking postive when you beat us hoping that's the nail in Ole's coffin with any luck.  ;D



      Oink oink Keith, after Sunday there'll be more Grunting from your lot, I can feel a proper pasting coming on,
      Our lads weren't quite at the races V Spuds but they should be back to near their optimum come Sunday,

      3-0 Champions Elect, at least!

      Glazers won't panic, they have their yes man at the helm,  they won't furnish him with too much dollar, but if another came in they would have to,

      OGS is sound mate he's building mediocre mid-table minions so I hope he stays long-term,

      Who would you want in if Ole was bagged? Don't  say Poch that's what the media want, and he'd buckle under the pressure anyway!



      YNWA



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      Re: Pre-Match: Liverpool V Manchester United (19/01/20 - 16:30)
      Reply #49: Jan 14, 2020 04:46:11 pm
      Some comments on the official site from Jürgen this morning about our players returning from injury. Sounds like it might be too soon for Fab and Dejan although they will return to training at some point this week. Matip should be back.

      "Klopp is looking to make use of a full week separating the fixtures and is optimistic Joel Matip, Fabinho and Dejan Lovren will be involved in the preparations for the United clash.

      'I wait really until they are on the pitch and somebody tells me they are allowed to do the full session,' the boss told Liverpoolfc.com.

      'It looks like Joel will be in, it looks like Fabinho will be in maybe a day later, I'm not sure. Dejan, maybe he can be in as well.

      'That means a lot and helps massively of course. But we will see how it looks. The week is very important.'"

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