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General Football and Sport / Re: The NFL Thread
« Last post by KillieRed on Today at 08:45:37 AM »
Yeeeeeeeeees my hero MATT MOORE is back.

The Saviour!
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News and Current Affairs / Re: The F*cking Liar & Deranged Animal.
« Last post by KillieRed on Today at 08:44:46 AM »
I know exactly what you mean. For the first time in my life, I can honestly say I hate a public figure. Not just find them irritating, or dislike them a bit, but pure, visceral hatred, and I'm not proud of it at all.

Sometimes I try to tell myself that he can't help the fucked up way he is, he's obviously unhinged and suffering from several weird personality disorders, but it doesn't really help at all. I genuinely loathe the c*nt with every fibre of my being. It's not healthy, but there it is.

The thing that get`s me is that everything about him is utterly transparent:

From the first glance at him he is just so totally FAKE. I don`t know how other people cannot get that instinctual gut feeling of wrongness about him just from his appearance; the fake teeth, fake hair, fair skin colour, fake body shape (somewhat masked by his failing muumuu suits). The emperor is naked. Are people so willing to believe in a "strong" white man that they don`t trust the evidence of their own eyes?

And that`s just his appearance, there is his awful personality flaws that would keep a team of psychiatrists in work forever, his obvious lie after lie after lie than can be easily fact checked. The learned behaviour; he`s the obvious example of an ignoramus that gets his information from people he respects, unfortunately he`s one of those lickspittles that sucks up to the class bully and takes every terrible thing they say as gospel. He`s a coward emboldened by the mob.

Did I miss anything?
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by Lycan on Today at 08:44:44 AM »
What was going through Klopp's head in the summer. He should know you need a top DM to stand a chance in this league.

He's never wanted a specialist DM though. Rodgers was the same. It's something I can't really get my head around, but it's the way they've wanted to go so...


The fact is though, we've never looked a solid defensive unit since the day Javier Mascherano left the club.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by Kelvinlfc on Today at 08:44:18 AM »
Also was Klopp a bit naive yesterday by  not sticking a man on Kane.Making sure that whenever he receives the ball he is under a lot of pressure.We allowed him to have the freedom of the park.

I believe Lovren was man marking Kane until subbed off, after that it is unclear who had the job.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by vblfc on Today at 08:43:49 AM »
It cant be Klopps job to actually find all the players. Of course he needs to have inputs, review and approve the players we buy but they need to be found at the right quality level and Klopp then takes accountability for their successful inclusion and development. I pretty sure it wasnt Klopps job at Dortmund to source/find players, negotiate their terms etc.
For our defence, thats clearly a key full time job that needs urgent focus and funding.  We cant use January window as an excuse again.
I understand that Edwards and his team have that accountability. I think sometimes we get the impression Klopp is accountable for all this and tend to hang all the blame him fully - His 4th window etc. . (And yes, he is not free from accountability) 
In the end it is a complex competitive business that we have had, at best, mixed success at (and less so with gk and defenders). In reality, to a large extent Klopp and indeed his predecessors can only play with the cards he is dealt.
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Still absolutely seething after yesterday. A number of players severely let the shirt and the club down. No excuses.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by Kelvinlfc on Today at 08:43:08 AM »
Its probably been said but one way to tighten up the defence would be to shift the midfield formation a little
By playing two DMa a la Rafa who sit in the gaps between CB and FBa and effectively make it a flexible 4 or 6 man defensive unit. I think Henderson and Gini could fulfil these duties until a proper specialist DM can be brought in...

Snap, good post and what I mentioned at basically the same time.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Alberto Moreno needs our support.
« Last post by Hendollama on Today at 08:42:55 AM »
He's brilliant, innit?

Performed horribly for a long time to lower our expectations. And now performs like any decent fullback does, but due to his previous shiteness, looks like the second coming of Hayzus.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by Triad on Today at 08:42:10 AM »
Also was Klopp a bit naive yesterday by  not sticking a man on Kane.Making sure that whenever he receives the ball he is under a lot of pressure.We allowed him to have the freedom of the park.
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Liverpool FC Forum / Re: Liverpool's Defensive Unit (inc. Goalkeepers)
« Last post by Kelvinlfc on Today at 08:42:08 AM »
We are in desperate need of a tactical shift, why he proceeds playing 4-3-3 and leaving the defence exposed when we are so desperately fragile at the back is a complete joke. We need to be bringing someone into a 4-2-3-1 with 2 infront of the back 4 with high energy who can press, tackle & pass and then stick Salah, Coutinho & Mane behind a Bobby, Solanke or Sturridge in front. The poor tactics are the only thing thing I hold Klopp accountable for, it is not his fault if Dejan Lovren runs like a madman to try and header something which Le Bron James would not of been able to head clear. Is it his fault he persists on thinking he can coach these mistakes out of him? Irrelevant as now its too late anyway as our back up options are just as bad and anything else would just experimental. (Gomez & Matip).

It must be so fucking frustrating being a Coutinho, Salah, Mane or Firmino (the only 4 players a genuienly rate in this team) and playing good football at one end to just look dook down the pitch at the other end and see the most basic mistakes being made leading to goals. It must just feel like a sense of de ja vu and that is why none of them are to blame for yesterday, I would be completely the same, demoralised, frustrated & fed up.
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