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

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      bigbob75
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #750: Jan 22, 2021 05:55:20 pm
      Still so f**king depressed - need a win this weekend bad

      Don’t worry mate, it will just show how good we are when we turn it around 😉
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      Reply #751: Jan 22, 2021 06:35:24 pm
      What drives me mad is with 90 seconds left on the clock, the 2 CB's play the ball across the pitch to each other 3 or 4 times without even getting out of their own half, like ffs we need the ball up the pitch is a hurry.
      Frankly, Mr Shankly
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #752: Jan 22, 2021 06:41:52 pm
      Have we clutched enough straws today?

      No. Still waiting hear to read that Jürgen is a glorified Mark Hughes. By the rate things are going on this thread, I wouldn't bet against it.
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #753: Jan 22, 2021 07:17:13 pm
      Some perspective perhaps....

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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #754: Jan 22, 2021 08:00:15 pm
      Klopp out, McCarthy in !!! ... dang .. he's gone to Cardiff
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #755: Jan 22, 2021 08:07:57 pm
      Balotelli is the winner....my God

      Who could forget David Ngog?

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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #756: Jan 22, 2021 08:46:43 pm
      No. Still waiting hear to read that Jürgen is a glorified Mark Hughes. By the rate things are going on this thread, I wouldn't bet against it.

      Hahaha it's Tony Pulis with the cap!!
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #757: Jan 22, 2021 08:47:41 pm

      Man Utd!!
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #758: Jan 22, 2021 08:50:25 pm

      Top lad that. 

      Emotionally drained is an interesting one, isn't it?  A lot's been said about them being physically knackered, and with that comes mental tiredness, certainly.  And my God, they've looked it in the last few games.  But emotionally? 

      Young blokes, stuck in lockdown, no nights out, no booze, no (real) holidays, same old faces, same old places, work work work, (for work it surely is, regardless of the fact that we'd all give our left arm to be them), pressure, social media's careless judge and jury, the press, the silent empty stands.  It's the same for all teams of course, but is it really?  The highs and lows, the massive joys of winning it all for so long and the expectation that never dies, and then having to lift us in absentia, lift themselves, lift it all - all over again.  With an injured, battered, tired, sub-City squad.

      Emotionally shot. 

      I'm not one for over-analysing a defeat, or picking on some poor bugger at who's door all blame must lie, but herein lies the lesson for me.

      Thanks for your advice, Swansea fan.  I'll take it.

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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #759: Jan 22, 2021 10:27:01 pm
      Top lad that. 

      Emotionally drained is an interesting one, isn't it?  A lot's been said about them being physically knackered, and with that comes mental tiredness, certainly.  And my God, they've looked it in the last few games.  But emotionally? 

      Young blokes, stuck in lockdown, no nights out, no booze, no (real) holidays, same old faces, same old places, work work work, (for work it surely is, regardless of the fact that we'd all give our left arm to be them), pressure, social media's careless judge and jury, the press, the silent empty stands.  It's the same for all teams of course, but is it really?  The highs and lows, the massive joys of winning it all for so long and the expectation that never dies, and then having to lift us in absentia, lift themselves, lift it all - all over again.  With an injured, battered, tired, sub-City squad.

      Emotionally shot. 

      I'm not one for over-analysing a defeat, or picking on some poor bugger at who's door all blame must lie, but herein lies the lesson for me.

      Thanks for your advice, Swansea fan.  I'll take it.



      And the thing is, the extra pressure of defending our title and the expectations our supporters have to win every game. It has to be mentally exhausting for the boys.
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #760: Jan 22, 2021 10:54:52 pm

      Scored against United. Get him in before Sunday!

      EDIT: DOH! Just retired last summer at age 31.
      Yikes, look at the list of clubs he ended up playing for after leaving us, including Ross County in Scotland and some team in Lithuania. :-)

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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #761: Jan 23, 2021 06:07:48 pm
      Just read in the Bob Paisley thread, in 1981-82, at thew halfway stage of the season, we were 9 points adrift of top, and went on to win it.

      We've had a sh*t start, with the amount of injuries (assaults from bitters players) Players continually having to play out of position, No crowd to spur us on, (like everyone) and we've now lost our undefeated home record.
      Well the latter was gonna happen some time, as the law of averages demands, so what the f**k. We'll recoup, and set a longer one.

      Tomorrow could be the game where we turn it all on its head and start a massive run, and as for the league compared to 81-82, we currently have 3 points in credit !

      So chin up lads, it's not the end of the season, we're only half way, with loads to play for, so lets get behind the lads, the manager, the staff, and each other, and get it done.
      Why mope about the anti football tactics of the like of Burnley. Old gravel gob Dych was going on like he'd just won Old Big Ears, when the reality is, the closest he'll ever come to it, is when he visits Anfield.
      Its history now, and if that win is all you've got to dine out on Dych, I'm glad we were able to bring a little hapiness to your usual dull and boring life.
      You'll be able to tell all your opponents in the championship next season.

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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #762: Jan 24, 2021 12:16:11 pm
      Just read in the Bob Paisley thread, in 1981-82, at thew halfway stage of the season, we were 9 points adrift of top, and went on to win it.

      12 points behind at Christmas! It's still doable winning the league this season. We just need to get out of this run of form. As said I'd take any form of spawny goal to win the game. That's the spark we need to kickstart everything.
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      Re: Liverpool 0-1 Burnley: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #763: Jan 26, 2021 08:06:39 pm
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      I agree with you. We’ve moved on to a level now which is too high for origi. I’ve said myself dozens of times he isn’t good enough to play centre forward for this Liverpool team. But your statement of him being the worst forward we’ve had is very unfair. He didn’t have a bad game last night either but he will obviously only be remembered for his miss.

      You bash origi but want minamino to play but I haven’t seen anything at all from minamino yet to suggest he’s worthy of game time or that he’s a better option than divock.

      A Japanese centre forward v a bunch of 6ft tall parked buses? Try again.

      Origi suits a side in mid table, with a half decent manager and no expectations to win things, which is what we were when he signed. There are lots of those teams out there, but we're not one of them and so he's been left behind. But if you drop any of the front three, he is the next in line after Jota. So he played. He even had a few shots on target. There were 6 of them in this game. I said recently that the forwards can't kick snow off a rope, well at least Divock has shown he can kick raindrops off a crossbar. It was probably the miss of the season. Certainly the most expensive one so far.

      I honestly can't put my finger on why they are another bogey side for us. They get battered at City 5-0 every single season, yet they come here and it's like banging your head off a wall. Two years ago, they shoved Alisson into his own net and kicked Gomez into the treatment room. This year, they tried to get Fabinho a 3 match ban. No wonder Klopp and Dyche don't get on. The way they play would make you want to tear your hair out. Last year they took our 100% home record, this year they've taken it outright. I hate going there, but when we go there in our last away game of the season, I would love to send them down, I've never liked those manc bas**rds or their crappy ground, they serve no purpose in this league other than to finish 17th, and they've long outstayed their welcome.

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      Emotionally drained is an interesting one, isn't it?  A lot's been said about them being physically knackered, and with that comes mental tiredness, certainly.  And my God, they've looked it in the last few games.  But emotionally? 

      Young blokes, stuck in lockdown, no nights out, no booze, no (real) holidays, same old faces, same old places, work work work, (for work it surely is, regardless of the fact that we'd all give our left arm to be them), pressure, social media's careless judge and jury, the press, the silent empty stands.  It's the same for all teams of course, but is it really?  The highs and lows, the massive joys of winning it all for so long and the expectation that never dies, and then having to lift us in absentia, lift themselves, lift it all - all over again.  With an injured, battered, tired, sub-City squad.

      Emotionally shot.

      Tough. Much worse things happen atm than no booze and no holidays. They're in a much more privileged position than most of us, it comes at a price. We know the situation about fans, it's the same for every club. Fed up of this crap wheeled out after every negative result. You have to play the games whether the stadium is full or empty. Nobody likes it, but most of our fans rarely if ever, get the chance to go to Anfield, let alone an away game. Everyone just has to make the best they can of it. In fact, having played 4 games with fans in attendance, we've arguably been more fortunate than other clubs in tht regard . Despite that, we only won half of them. Rant over.

      We were top at Christmas, that's usually a good sign of what's to come. For now, our next target is to score a goal, then win a game, then we can build on it and set about reeling in those above us over time.

      Every team this season has had a run of poor results to deal with. Now it's our turn. They've all lost a home game, many by much bigger margins than a penalty. It's halfway through the season, not the end of it as some seem excited to post about. With 57 points available, there's still everything to play for.

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