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      Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion

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      Robby The Z
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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #425: Dec 03, 2020 12:24:01 am
      Glatzel out with ankle ligament injury as well as Joe hardy. Not just the first team affected.

      Guess that's Layton Stewart in for Glatzel then. I think Layton made his first U23 start just recently. Hardy isn't in the UEFA squad list.

      Yes FK10, crazy, crazy year. Glad to see the back of it.
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      Reply #426: Dec 03, 2020 10:25:28 am

      I just want to touch on fab. I swear not one time did someone get past him - he was absolutely incredible. Literally perfect!

      I genuinely think he is one of the best players in the world

      https://twitter.com/lfcanfield19/status/1334436763335593985?s=21
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      Reply #427: Dec 03, 2020 10:27:10 am
      Guess that's Layton Stewart in for Glatzel then. I think Layton made his first U23 start just recently. Hardy isn't in the UEFA squad list.

      Yes FK10, crazy, crazy year. Glad to see the back of it.


      I agree with this, lets play the reserves against Midtjylland, don't risk any of the senior players, give them a well earned rest.
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      Reply #428: Dec 03, 2020 11:02:41 am
      I’d wait until Alisson is back to find that out  :lmao:
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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #429: Dec 03, 2020 01:06:25 pm
      I honestly couldnt care less who plays against Midjyland or if they end up smashing us for 5 or 6.

      That game needs to be written off and the players allowed some time to rest.

      I might even get an early night myself as I'm up at 5am in the week and I think I deserve a rest myself  ;D.

      Be a great experience for whoever plays and whatever the score hopefully they all take something from it similar to Villa last year.
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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #430: Dec 03, 2020 08:59:02 pm
      Ali who?

      It's probably the best thing about the game, is that we're not talking about missing him after it. I don't think Kelleher has jumped up to No. 2 yet, but at least he is able to play the way Klopp wants the keepers to play, and if he can't, then he has time on his side to adapt. He also plays every week so his fitness isn't an issue. That isn't the case with San Miguel. If he doesn't play for the first team, he doesn't play full stop. Kelleher is a quality keeper and at last he got the chance to show that. Hopefully he will get some more.

      It's the first time we've scored all our group stage goals at home in the second half since 2014. Then we went out at the first hurdle, now we're through with a game to spare. See we can do things the easy way.
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      Reply #431: Dec 03, 2020 10:35:59 pm
      I agree with this, lets play the reserves against Midtjylland, don't risk any of the senior players, give them a well earned rest.

      Just for the record, I'm not necessarily in favor of such a starting lineup, I was just listing, in answer to someone else asking what our UEFA squad list was, who would make up an all-reserves starting lineup.

      Some of those players in bold will start, but I doubt Jürgen goes quite that extreme with a starting XI for this match (even though I understand the reason for it). We will see.

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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #432: Dec 04, 2020 06:42:46 am
      Forgot to come in here and say GET THE FUCKKKK INNNNNN

      Well done, Top of our Group, Joint top of The League, keep going boys but have a nice wee rest first!!
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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #433: Dec 04, 2020 05:36:44 pm
      Just for the record, I'm not necessarily in favor of such a starting lineup, I was just listing, in answer to someone else asking what our UEFA squad list was, who would make up an all-reserves starting lineup.

      Some of those players in bold will start, but I doubt Jürgen goes quite that extreme with a starting XI for this match (even though I understand the reason for it). We will see.



      The only senior players who should be playing are ones coming back from injury, in need of game time, and even then only give them one half. It would be beyond idiotic to risk any of our core players in this game, imagine if they got injured in an utterly pointless game.
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      Re: Liverpool 1-0 Ajax: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #434: Dec 05, 2020 06:50:55 am
      The only senior players who should be playing are ones coming back from injury, in need of game time, and even then only give them one half. It would be beyond idiotic to risk any of our core players in this game, imagine if they got injured in an utterly pointless game.

      It isn't about that they might get injured in this particular game. They can (and unfortunately this season, do) get injured anytime they step on the pitch. It's about rest and mànaging minutes. I understand what you are saying, but I don't think he's going to put all those kids out there without a few veterans for seasoning. Well see.

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