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

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      CT_LFC
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #500: Mar 17, 2021 01:30:33 pm
      Can’t think of anything worse for us at this stage.
      Firstly the high chance of us getting injuries, and secondly, we haven’t performed well after breaks in the past, dreading what state we might be in for the arse game.


      Other than having to wait til the next game, i am happy for the international break for the first time in ages (possibly ever). We have been so worn down physically and mentally and so low of confidence, that some time to rest and a break from games i think will do us a world of good.
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #501: Mar 17, 2021 02:29:01 pm
      Only 19 of the 25 from open play then ... but no that’s not many.


      LOL, fair enough statto! As I said Mo's been our best forward so far but even he could be a lot better, but having Jota back will help both Mo and Sadio.
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #502: Mar 17, 2021 03:42:44 pm
      You would hope so wouldn't you seeing as Gibraltar is one of them . Jota,Trent,Robbo  and Thiago  in same boat Mane and Salah only two so will have a gap between Arsenal game

      Klopp has said hes not letting some players go, depending on the covid situes. Lots of travel bans on. Need to look into which players.
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #503: Mar 17, 2021 04:15:59 pm
      Only 19 of the 25 from open play then ... but no that’s not many.

      Yeah, too few from open play. Has to be 29 of 25 to gain me recognition. Pens count for nothing even though it takes skill and effort to pick your spot and beat the keeper. How we love discrediting our own players like meself.

      Pen or not, Mo carried us. With fans like me, who needs rivals?
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #504: Mar 18, 2021 12:31:54 am
      At least a bit of simple magic was produced between front 3 for the goal, something has been lacking.

      Saw that goal again yesterday, magic from the front 3 but it all started with a quite wonderful header that Nat Phillips won in a tough contest!
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      Re: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #505: Apr 01, 2021 11:51:35 pm
      It looks like everyone came back fit and healthy for a change.

      Games at Wolves are rarely thrillers, but it's now 6 league wins in a row against them. Considering the bloody nose they've often given the other big sides since they got promoted, it's a great record to have.

      Jürgen would have loved all that time he had on the training ground to spend with the rest of the squad, but hopefully everyone is now ready for the run in. Because it's a tough one and it gets busy immediately, once the games resume again.

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