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      Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45

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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #23: Feb 23, 2023 08:20:33 pm

      Back in training so can't be far off hasn't been out for long
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #24: Feb 23, 2023 08:21:22 pm
      Alisson

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      Matip
      VVD
      Robbo

      Henderson
      Bacjetic
      Keita

      Nunez
      Bobby
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      Jota through the middle and Ibou for Matip
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #25: Feb 23, 2023 08:23:32 pm
      Jota through the middle and Ibou for Matip

      Back to training today , think this game come just a little too early for him
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #26: Feb 23, 2023 08:51:06 pm
      It seems to be a case of our forwards trying to score more goals than our defence ships in ! Not an easy task nowadays, especially against any decent opposition.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #27: Feb 23, 2023 09:16:12 pm
      Back to training today , think this game come just a little too early for him

      In most seasons gone by would of not been as impatient but just think our other two options are way down from him to be honest
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #28: Feb 23, 2023 09:26:26 pm
      Back in training so can't be far off hasn't been out for long

      We certainly need him back. I mean, not if he isn't truly fit, but we really need him.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #29: Feb 23, 2023 09:38:46 pm
      In most seasons gone by would of not been as impatient but just think our other two options are way down from him to be honest

      If Ibou can't play then Phillips needs to start.

      Tired of just switching between Gomez and Matip to see who's f**king worse.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #30: Feb 23, 2023 09:40:00 pm
      If Ibou can't play then Phillips needs to start.

      Tired of just switching between Gomez and Matip to see who's f**king worse.

      There is that but he won't
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #31: Feb 23, 2023 09:49:54 pm

      Yeah if he was going to do it then it would surely have been after the Brighton horror show.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #32: Feb 23, 2023 10:07:41 pm
      This Crystal Palace side are cr*p and in any normal season we'd be fully expecting a regulation away win....But this obviously isn't a normal season.
      Still fully convinced we get the 3 points.....won't be pretty, those days seem long gone.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #33: Feb 23, 2023 10:20:04 pm
      Which palace player is on a goal drought? Whoever it is will score against us.

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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #34: Feb 23, 2023 10:57:01 pm
      Yeah if he was going to do it then it would surely have been after the Brighton horror show.

      Or Wolves take your pick
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #35: Feb 24, 2023 12:09:29 am
      So which one of their players that hasn't scored in months, are we gonna play back into form this weekend?

      F**k sake Lads

      Come out breathing fire for f**k sake and not just for the first 15 minutes!!!!!
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #36: Feb 24, 2023 01:07:21 am
      Only good thing they've ever done was call that 3-3 Crystanbul. Decent patter I suppose.

      Nothing club that I hate though
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #37: Feb 24, 2023 08:04:59 am
      I like that the last weeks, culminating in the 2-5 vs. Real, gave a cumshot to J├╝rgen, Pep & FSG that prevents any sugarcoating about what to do in the future. But there is a fine line between gettin handled and gettin destroyed. I do not wanna see J├╝rgen leave, but if those losses continue he might give up. So I hope we do win or at least draw @CP. I hope J├╝rgen aborts his still high line game that is the cause for all that sh*t. Play conservative, try to not concede a goal and hope for Salah or Nunez.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #38: Feb 24, 2023 08:39:23 am
      So which one of their players that hasn't scored in months, are we gonna play back into form this weekend?

      F**k sake Lads

      Come out breathing fire for f**k sake and not just for the first 15 minutes!!!!!

      I just realized that they haven't won in a while which makes it dangerous.....for us :(
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #39: Feb 24, 2023 10:37:01 am
      I like that the last weeks, culminating in the 2-5 vs. Real, gave a cumshot to J├╝rgen, Pep & FSG that prevents any sugarcoating about what to do in the future. But there is a fine line between gettin handled and gettin destroyed. I do not wanna see J├╝rgen leave, but if those losses continue he might give up. So I hope we do win or at least draw @CP. I hope J├╝rgen aborts his still high line game that is the cause for all that sh*t. Play conservative, try to not concede a goal and hope for Salah or Nunez.

      I totally agree.

      Nunez for me have been the best player of the last weeks. Robertson behind him.

      Come on Reds.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #40: Feb 24, 2023 02:08:52 pm
      Almost impossible to predict the outcome against Palace tomorrow evening. It goes without saying must not concede an early goal, or else the defence will fall apart.
       Agree Nunez has been our best player lately, showing plenty of pace and willingness to drop back, helping out in defence. Need everyone to pull together to obtain a result or slip further down the table.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #41: Feb 24, 2023 02:18:20 pm
      I like that the last weeks, culminating in the 2-5 vs. Real, gave a cumshot to J├╝rgen, Pep & FSG that prevents any sugarcoating about what to do in the future. But there is a fine line between gettin handled and gettin destroyed. I do not wanna see J├╝rgen leave, but if those losses continue he might give up. So I hope we do win or at least draw @CP. I hope J├╝rgen aborts his still high line game that is the cause for all that sh*t. Play conservative, try to not concede a goal and hope for Salah or Nunez.

      I'm not entirely convinced you aren't a bot. Your posts read like mad libs.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #42: Feb 24, 2023 03:30:26 pm
      Going to be a tough game this. Everton and 10 man Newcastle were hardly convincing and we haven't reacted to bad defeats at all this season. We just follow it up with something even worse. So difficult times ahead. But I've had enough of some of them so it's time to make changes ... including some permanent ones. My team ...

                                 Alisson

      Milner       Virgil               Matip             Robbo

                        Bajcetic     Henderson

      Salah                    Elliott                       Jota

                                   Nunez

      Kellerher
      Philips
      Trent
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #43: Feb 24, 2023 04:43:35 pm
      Going to be a tough game this. Everton and 10 man Newcastle were hardly convincing and we haven't reacted to bad defeats at all this season. We just follow it up with something even worse. So difficult times ahead. But I've had enough of some of them so it's time to make changes ... including some permanent ones. My team ...

                                 Alisson

      Milner       Virgil               Matip             Robbo

                        Bajcetic     Henderson

      Salah                    Elliott                       Jota

                                   Nunez

      Kellerher
      Philips
      Trent
      Tsimikas
      Fabinho
      Carvalho
      Firmino
      Gapko
      Doak

      So you are making Virgil and Matip play out of position? And benching Trent?

      I hate to tell you but Trent is the least of our problems. In fact if you want any kind of creativity going forward, it's likely going to come from him and not our midfield.
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #44: Feb 24, 2023 09:12:36 pm
      Hear me out..was watching Utd on Thursday night against Barca and couldn't help think how suited we would be in the same formation. Like someone mentioned above with a 2 in midfield Bajcetic and Hendo with either Bobby or Harvey behind Nunez with Cody on the left and obviously Salah on the right. If fit enough maybe Jota up top and Nunez on the left. Just a thought..
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      Re: Pre-Match: Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Premier League; Sat 25th Feb. 19:45
      Reply #45: Feb 24, 2023 09:53:05 pm
      I just realized that they haven't won in a while which makes it dangerous.....for us :(

      F**k!

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