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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #50: Jun 11, 2020 03:04:23 pm
      6-0 full time
      Matip Hoever and Clarkson with the last 3 goals

      Good to hear Joel's getting back to match fitness too.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #51: Jun 11, 2020 03:06:40 pm
      Or it's just a friendly and treat it as such!

      sure, just rain on my conspiracy parade.
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      Reply #52: Jun 11, 2020 03:15:30 pm
      6-0 full time
      Matip Hoever and Clarkson with the last 3 goals

      Twitter ITKs say Mo and Robbo didn't play and that Ox left with an ankle knock.


      No idea if these are true, but in Germany I noticed at least one player per match leaving with some kind of injury.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #53: Jun 11, 2020 03:19:11 pm
      Twitter ITKs say Mo and Robbo didn't play and that Ox left with an ankle knock.


      No idea if these are true, but in Germany I noticed at least one player per match leaving with some kind of injury.
      hopefully all nothing serious and just precautionary!
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #54: Jun 11, 2020 04:34:53 pm
      hopefully all nothing serious and just precautionary!

      He was subbed :( Hope it is not a serious one.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #55: Jun 11, 2020 04:50:29 pm
      Never been so happy to read an lfc offi match report! https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/first-team/398399-match-report-liverpool-blackburn-rovers-friendly-anfield,Still photos as well.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #56: Jun 11, 2020 05:41:25 pm
      They must have swerved everyone on the kickoff time to keep all the irresponsible Reds from gathering in Lancashire so they could breathe on each other outside the ground. Those police think of everything, always outsmarting us in our plans to do bad things.

      And in a tremendous act of self-swerving deception, I would have shown up at the wrong place, thinking this was an away match...
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      Reply #57: Jun 11, 2020 05:55:27 pm

      Agreed. Jürgen says the plan was to sub everyone at the break, but a few guys went 60 minutes because some guys (Mo, Robbo, maybe Ox) couldn't play.

      I expect some video will be on the official site later today.

      As best as I can tell, the starters were:

      Alisson
      Trent, Virgil, Gomez, Milner
      Hendo, Keita, Fabinho
      Mane, Minamino, Ox

      2nd Half

      Kelleher
      Neco, Matip, Lovren,Larouci
      Clarkson, Cain, Gini
      Firmino, Elliott, Jones

      KiJana Hoever obviously played somewhere in the 2nd half because he scored and is in the pics. Maybe I'm wrong about Gini being in but it looks like him in one of the pics. There are some dodgy haircuts at the moment, to be sure.

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      Reply #58: Jun 11, 2020 05:58:53 pm
      sure, just rain on my conspiracy parade.

      Just wiki QAnon.

      Those f**king wingnuts will keep you going for months.

      Hopefully a good run out for the lads.
      Can't wait for the real thing to start.
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      Reply #59: Jun 11, 2020 06:15:33 pm
      Just wiki QAnon.

      Those f**king wingnuts will keep you going for months.

      Hopefully a good run out for the lads.
      Can't wait for the real thing to start.

      Where We Go On, We Go All.  ;D

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      Reply #60: Jun 11, 2020 06:32:15 pm
      A very encouraging display, good to hear that Minamino was involved in a lit of moves, Blackburn are a decent side.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #61: Jun 11, 2020 09:26:51 pm
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #62: Jun 12, 2020 01:21:47 pm

      I thought Kijana Hoever looked strong in those highlights, although it must be said that Blackburn looked a bit like training cones.

      Naby Keita in the first half seemed to be having a very good outing.

      But we will see how that translates to the real thing next week. We know our players are likely to get kicked quite a bit more vs. Everton, for one thing.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #63: Jun 12, 2020 01:34:04 pm
      I thought Kijana Hoever looked strong in those highlights, although it must be said that Blackburn looked a bit like training cones.

      Naby Keita in the first half seemed to be having a very good outing.

      But we will see how that translates to the real thing next week. We know our players are likely to get kicked quite a bit more vs. Everton, for one thing.


      Hoever looks a real player doesn't he?

      We have the biggest most exciting group of talented young players that I have seen as a supporter.

      The future looks bright.
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      Re: Reds back in training
      Reply #64: Jun 12, 2020 08:51:07 pm
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      They've just had a 10 week break, did you miss that part, by the way why can't there be a proper winter break then push back the end of next season by 1 or 2 weeks?

      You missed everything I said. For the third time.

      The winter break has to go. It was never a proper winter break anyway. A real winter break is 6-8 weeks of no football. No training camps, no friendlies, no cup ties, no activity, zero. It's not a week "off" with FA Cup games thrown in.

      In terms of the future, the "10 week break" doesn't mean a lot tbh. Players are currently rusty, unfit, and filling up treatment rooms across Europe. So after 12 months of non stop football demands, it would count for nothing.

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