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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3840 on: June 24, 2019, 07:01:30 PM »
Pretty much retiring soon, worrying times.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3841 on: June 24, 2019, 07:50:56 PM »
It's more the fact that he said Trent is on par with KDB, which is just not true.

I wouldn't swap them, but KDB is phenomenal. TAA is brilliant, but not on that level.

Trent is up there with the best R.Backs in the world so he is exactly on that level.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3842 on: June 24, 2019, 09:00:55 PM »
Trent is up there with the best R.Backs in the world so he is exactly on that level.

You meant the best right backs in the world are up there with Trent, right?
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3843 on: June 24, 2019, 09:11:23 PM »
Wtf...  ::)
It says a lot about how much I rate Trent that when I saw this post I assumed you thought he was underrating him by comparing him to KDB.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3844 on: June 24, 2019, 09:14:55 PM »
We're comparing apples to oranges.Pointless comparison. They're excellent players but they aren't comparable.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3845 on: June 24, 2019, 10:03:59 PM »
It says a lot about how much I rate Trent that when I saw this post I assumed you thought he was underrating him by comparing him to KDB.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3846 on: June 25, 2019, 12:23:32 AM »
You meant the best right backs in the world are up there with Trent, right?

Exactly  ;D
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3847 on: June 25, 2019, 09:40:57 AM »
Don't even know what that is. Will it recognize the tune/melody of the backing track if I record and play it back?

Yeah pretty much, worth a try.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3848 on: June 25, 2019, 09:46:34 AM »
No result from Shazaming it.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3849 on: June 25, 2019, 04:06:26 PM »
No result from Shazaming it.

Me neither, but it was worth a try. Will keep looking.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3850 on: June 26, 2019, 02:03:30 PM »
Can't stop watching this. Spanish media seriously took the piss out of Barça for weeks after the debacle. Between the description of the event as 'cómico y trágico', the re-enacting of Trent taking the corner and Origi scoring the goal, and the fact they still refer to Trent as 'ese niño que lanza el balón desde la academia del Liverpool' (that boy from Liverpool's Academy who kicked the ball)... It's hilarious and worth a watch even if you don't speak any Spanish.   ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3851 on: July 2, 2019, 02:33:43 AM »
Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold ranked alongside Kylian Mbappe and Jadon Sancho as one of world's most valuable youngsters

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpools-trent-alexander-arnold-ranked-16511694

The top 10 list is as follows:

1 Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) €225million

2 Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) €96million

3 Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) €81million

4 Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen) €71million

5 Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax) €70million

6 Vinícius Júnior (Real Madrid) €64million

7 Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan) €62million

8 Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) €55million

9 Rodrygo Goes (Real Madrid) €47million

10 João Félix (Benfica) €45million
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3852 on: July 2, 2019, 04:41:37 AM »
Come on. He’s scouse - so you win. To have a homegrown beast is amazing.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3853 on: July 2, 2019, 07:03:20 AM »
Me neither, but it was worth a try. Will keep looking.

Sounds somewhat like the beat of Ludacris - Roll Out which samples Africando - YAY BOY. But obviously a remix of some kind that doesn’t seem to be on YouTube. Maybe have a dig on the “who sampled” website or join the Facebook group “IOM” (Identification of Music) and ask.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3854 on: July 4, 2019, 02:48:10 AM »
Sounds somewhat like the beat of Ludacris - Roll Out which samples Africando - YAY BOY. But obviously a remix of some kind that doesn’t seem to be on YouTube. Maybe have a dig on the “who sampled” website or join the Facebook group “IOM” (Identification of Music) and ask.

Thanks mate. This is enormously helpful.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3855 on: July 4, 2019, 03:14:10 AM »
Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold ranked alongside Kylian Mbappe and Jadon Sancho as one of world's most valuable youngsters

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpools-trent-alexander-arnold-ranked-16511694

The top 10 list is as follows:

1 Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) €225million

2 Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) €96million

3 Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) €81million

4 Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen) €71million

5 Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax) €70million

6 Vinícius Júnior (Real Madrid) €64million

7 Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan) €62million

8 Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) €55million

9 Rodrygo Goes (Real Madrid) €47million

10 João Félix (Benfica) €45million


Ha, literally two days after this article Joao Felix is signed for €126 which is 3x their estimate.   I guess that makes TAA worth around €200-€240! :)
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3857 on: July 12, 2019, 09:01:35 PM »
What is he wearing?
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3858 on: July 12, 2019, 09:07:52 PM »
Thanks for posting that Wimbledon interview.

Thing that always gets me with him is he’s 20yrs old and has the mentality he has. He’s been lucky, he’s grown up in a world class football set up with great people around him, but his mentality and attitude is so far beyond his years.

He’ll be considered a generational talent, when he hangs up his boots, not just within the confines of the historied club he plays for but the entire game. I genuinely think he’s that good. His attitude defines him; he’s got a lot of confidence, he works hard, he comes across as humble in his tv interviews and he’s grasping the amazing opportunity he has right now the right way. The opportunity to cut his teeth playing for a truly amazing manager, alongside amazing footballers. The amount he’s progressed in just 2yrs is actually unbelievable if you think back to his trajectory.

He’s still learning the game and learning leadership in the best place in world football right now - he’s nowhere near as experienced as a Van Dijk or Salah or Mane... he rubs shoulders with them on the highest level of his profession on a weekly basis and his star shines more and more. It’ll be the brightest star in a squad full to the brim with them soon enough, he’s that good.


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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3859 on: July 12, 2019, 09:41:04 PM »
Thanks for posting that Wimbledon interview.

Thing that always gets me with him is he’s 20yrs old and has the mentality he has. He’s been lucky, he’s grown up in a world class football set up with great people around him, but his mentality and attitude is so far beyond his years.

He’ll be considered a generational talent, when he hangs up his boots, not just within the confines of the historied club he plays for but the entire game. I genuinely think he’s that good. His attitude defines him; he’s got a lot of confidence, he works hard, he comes across as humble in his tv interviews and he’s grasping the amazing opportunity he has right now the right way. The opportunity to cut his teeth playing for a truly amazing manager, alongside amazing footballers. The amount he’s progressed in just 2yrs is actually unbelievable if you think back to his trajectory.

He’s still learning the game and learning leadership in the best place in world football right now - he’s nowhere near as experienced as a Van Dijk or Salah or Mane... he rubs shoulders with them on the highest level of his profession on a weekly basis and his star shines more and more. It’ll be the brightest star in a squad full to the brim with them soon enough, he’s that good.

If you look at his movements and how he holds himself, he looks the complete footballer. Not the specialist in a position that you'd normally see, but someone who can fit anywhere on the pitch. I've mentioned before that another young talent, Mike Marsh, impressed me greatly when he first appeared, and looked somehow (I couldn't describe how) the most naturally "Liverpool" player I'd seen from our prospects. Someone older and wiser than me explained that it was probably his balance. Trent is the same. At any moment, whatever he is doing, he is perfectly balanced. I reckon a ballet instructor would appreciate him.

And aside from his physical balance, he seem perfectly mentally balanced as well. A lot of our players seem this way, unlike the showbiz that is the Man Utd squad. It's their turn to have the Spice Boys I suppose.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3860 on: July 12, 2019, 09:45:39 PM »
If you look at his movements and how he holds himself, he looks the complete footballer. Not the specialist in a position that you'd normally see...
I think we'll also see a lot more of midfielders played as full-backs because of that, too. I love Robertson but there's a real contrast in dealing with them - with Robertson, if you can show him inside, there's relatively little threat. With Trent, that's space to attack. If you close that space, he'll get to the byline. If both those avenues are blocked, he can cross from deep, thread a throughball or find a quick ball into an attacker's feet, looking for the return ball, or he can switch it with ease. It's very difficult to defend against a player who has that many choices when they're on the ball.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3861 on: July 12, 2019, 10:04:18 PM »
I think we'll also see a lot more of midfielders played as full-backs because of that, too. I love Robertson but there's a real contrast in dealing with them - with Robertson, if you can show him inside, there's relatively little threat. With Trent, that's space to attack. If you close that space, he'll get to the byline. If both those avenues are blocked, he can cross from deep, thread a throughball or find a quick ball into an attacker's feet, looking for the return ball, or he can switch it with ease. It's very difficult to defend against a player who has that many choices when they're on the ball.

How many Trent types are there though? Brazilians are supposed to put most of their players through midfield, but how many actually have that ability and that mentality? Was it Van Gaal or someone else who said that they'd never seen any fullback of his kind before?

You're right about Robertson. He's a very accomplished example of the traditional British FB. I love that kind of player too, but they don't make me salivate as much as seeing a great natural midfielder (who are, of course, the master race).

When I was a kid, I decided I wanted to be Molby, and concentrated on the technique of kicking a ball. I mastered that, although the fact that I was shit at every other aspect of football meant I was a useless player. But looking at compilations of Trent's passing makes my heart go wibble. Yup, that's exactly how you want to do that, etc.
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« Reply #3862 on: July 12, 2019, 10:08:55 PM »
But looking at compilations of Trent's passing makes my heart go wibble. Yup, that's exactly how you want to do that, etc.
I get you. He's a lovely footballer, he really is, and a rare talent. What I mean by 'midfielders played as full-backs' (and I don't think Trent should a midfielder, btw) is that it's more that because they're so important to our attacking play it's useful if they have multiple strings to their bow. I guess Trent as a player has something to a full string section, mind.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3863 on: July 12, 2019, 10:17:17 PM »
I get you. He's a lovely footballer, he really is, and a rare talent. What I mean by 'midfielders played as full-backs' (and I don't think Trent should a midfielder, btw) is that it's more that because they're so important to our attacking play it's useful if they have multiple strings to their bow. I guess Trent as a player has something to a full string section, mind.

It's absolutely hilarious when he drives forward because they're expecting him to release it. I don't know what the cue is that prompts him to dribble into a crowd, but it's great fun seeing a mass of opposition defenders around him who are all wrongfooted by his decision to move with the ball. And when he does so, he looks like one of the most accomplished dribbling forwards we've had in the past couple of decades as well. Perhaps he should be nicknamed Mary Poppins: "Practically perfect". What's he like in goal?
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3864 on: July 15, 2019, 07:58:04 AM »
Wonder if teams will try and close him down much more quickly now because his crossing is such a threat, and if he can consistently beat them with the ball when they do. If that happens, he'll be basically impossible to defend against.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3865 on: July 15, 2019, 12:25:46 PM »
Wonder if teams will try and close him down much more quickly now because his crossing is such a threat, and if he can consistently beat them with the ball when they do. If that happens, he'll be basically impossible to defend against.


The problem with that is once they press they leave Mo,Mane,Bobby,Hendo,Naby etc,etc free and Trent is also a brilliant passer of the ball.
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« Reply #3866 on: July 15, 2019, 12:43:47 PM »

The problem with that is once they press they leave Mo,Mane,Bobby,Hendo,Naby etc,etc free and Trent is also a brilliant passer of the ball.

Basically this.

Klopp has added a threat out wide since teams found it to easy to shut us out by defending narrow against us and denying our central front 3 players space. When we had the likes of Clyne at full back teams would let us funnel the ball out to him, knowing he was very little threat. I think it's why we see the like's of Milner at full back. he has his limitations in that position but he's a threat offensively with the quality of his delivery from out wide.

The combination of TAA's and Robertson's ability, and they way they are afforded space, has meant that it's become a rich source of goals for us. If teams try and stop that then the natural consequence is more space for our central players. Good luck with them doing that.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3867 on: July 15, 2019, 02:26:44 PM »
Wonder if teams will try and close him down much more quickly now because his crossing is such a threat, and if he can consistently beat them with the ball when they do. If that happens, he'll be basically impossible to defend against.

The oft-seen Trent-Robertson pass is founded on the conventional press. The conventional press has the nearest man pressure the man on the ball (Trent) while a ring cuts off passing lanes to the near and mid range players. Any player beyond this has dozens of yards of space, should the passer have enough about them to attempt the pass. Robertson always holds himself in that space, and Trent is always looking for that pass to relieve pressure, or even just to proceed along a different angle.

That's why Trent is the archetypal Total Footballer in attack. If the opposition sit off, he'll gladly run into the space ahead of him until he gets within range for a cross. If the opposition press him, he'll gladly switch flanks to the vacated Robertson. The only way of avoiding this dilemma is to force him to defend, but he's better at defending than most attacking FBs so it's only a relative weakness.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3868 on: July 15, 2019, 04:17:23 PM »
The oft-seen Trent-Robertson pass is founded on the conventional press. The conventional press has the nearest man pressure the man on the ball (Trent) while a ring cuts off passing lanes to the near and mid range players. Any player beyond this has dozens of yards of space, should the passer have enough about them to attempt the pass. Robertson always holds himself in that space, and Trent is always looking for that pass to relieve pressure, or even just to proceed along a different angle.

That's why Trent is the archetypal Total Footballer in attack. If the opposition sit off, he'll gladly run into the space ahead of him until he gets within range for a cross. If the opposition press him, he'll gladly switch flanks to the vacated Robertson. The only way of avoiding this dilemma is to force him to defend, but he's better at defending than most attacking FBs so it's only a relative weakness.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3869 on: July 15, 2019, 04:53:03 PM »
Scary to think how high a ceiling this lad has if he continues to progress as he has done. If he can keep up last seasons level, that would be good enough, never mind improving.

I'd like to see more goals from him though. He has it in his locker.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3870 on: July 15, 2019, 05:59:29 PM »
Wonder if teams will try and close him down much more quickly now because his crossing is such a threat, and if he can consistently beat them with the ball when they do. If that happens, he'll be basically impossible to defend against.

I also highly rate his crossing with his left foot when he checks back inside. Impressive at such a young age to have so many weapons he can hurt you with.

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3871 on: July 15, 2019, 06:02:59 PM »
Scary to think how high a ceiling this lad has if he continues to progress as he has done. If he can keep up last seasons level, that would be good enough, never mind improving.

I'd like to see more goals from him though. He has it in his locker.

He comes from a fairly tall family...
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3872 on: July 17, 2019, 07:01:05 PM »
has fairly bulked up over the summer

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3873 on: July 17, 2019, 07:04:48 PM »
has fairly bulked up over the summer

What, in like 3 weeks?

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3874 on: July 17, 2019, 07:26:18 PM »
has fairly bulked up over the summer

It's probably more that he's dropped his fat percentage.
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3875 on: July 17, 2019, 08:25:13 PM »
What, in like 3 weeks?

He's cut down more fat, so he looks more defined. 3 weeks in pre-season for a professional it's not impossible to do that, plus whatever work he's done during his time off.


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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3876 on: July 20, 2019, 03:13:49 PM »
It's probably more that he's dropped his fat percentage.

whatever it is, he looks much more of a unit now

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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3877 on: July 22, 2019, 01:31:53 PM »
his free kick taking ability is something else

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« Reply #3878 on: August 8, 2019, 10:12:07 AM »
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Re: Trent Alexander-Arnold
« Reply #3879 on: August 8, 2019, 12:30:35 PM »
Great interview with The Players Tribune!

https://www.theplayerstribune.com/en-us/articles/trent-alexander-arnold-liverpool-football-club

A fantastic read. Thanks for this. Have to admit; I’m a little bit obsessed with this kid.
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