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    Quote Originally Posted by NewportRed1975 View Post
    Watching Spurs v Everton. Fair play Everton are clueless. Their "style of play" is just awful. Hit and hope, 'ave-it, Sunday league type stuff. They were playing that way before that idiot Allardyce took over, but it' s a lot worse now. They've been shown up for what they are today - an embarassment.
    Is this four defeats in a row?
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    4-0
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedG0ld+Green View Post
    4-0
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    Can see spurs finishing top 4, we really need a win tomorrow to help our chances of finishing in it too
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    At least Sam has made Everton hard to beat.
    'Okey doke, we'll leave it there so'
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    Caligiuri yellow card
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warten Auf 19 View Post
    We could go 3rd if we beat City.
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    Best player on the pitch... The Naby Keita Show.

    Shame Goretzka isn't playing for Schalke... would have been nice to see Naby's german midfield partner next season at Anfield.
    Keita plays for Guinea not Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHed2 View Post
    At least Sam has made Everton hard to beat.
    He's a *********** joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kloppsstars View Post
    Keita plays for Guinea not Germany.
    Are you sure about that?
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    One bitter fan just tweet #Samout
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anfield_al9 View Post
    One bitter fan just tweet #Samout
    Not one shot on target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anfield_al9 View Post
    One bitter fan just tweet #Samout
    I doubt it's a true fan, they are still praising him for getting a draw v us
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kloppsstars View Post
    Keita plays for Guinea not Germany.
    The German was in reference to Goretzka.

    I was joking that Goretzka would be Naby's midfield partner next season at Anfield. Of course, this may still turn out to be true if we sign the German.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyZidane View Post
    Hopefully Everton will do us a favour.
    What am I saying, Everton never do us any favours so It'll be a comfortable home win for Spurs.
    Crappy Everton as predictable as ever.
    Fat Sams honeymoon is now over and it wont be long before their fans start moaning.
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    Fat Sam Allardyce is a football genius
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyZidane View Post
    Crappy Everton as predictable as ever.
    Fat Sams honeymoon is now over and it wont be long before their fans start moaning.
    Looks like some have already started...
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    Allardyce working his magic again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHed2 View Post
    At least Sam has made Everton hard to beat.
    So they're not hard to beat and they are even more woeful at the other end, but at least they play some pretty football.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyZidane View Post
    Crappy Everton as predictable as ever.
    Fat Sams honeymoon is now over and it wont be long before their fans start moaning.
    Crazy season for the bottom half of the table.

    Allardyce only came in because Koeman had them struggling, Fat Sam comes in and wins a couple of games, but their last 5 league results have been DDLLL - and yet they're still 9th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogster View Post
    Game Over.

    Spurs putting real pressure in their top 4 challenge.

    We need to try and smash City tomorrow and keep the distance between Spurs and us.
    1-0 would do me just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TattooedByAgger View Post
    1-0 would do me just fine.
    Aguero own goal would be nice, it'll be the first time he'd have scored at Anfield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogster View Post
    The German was in reference to Goretzka.

    I was joking that Goretzka would be Naby's midfield partner next season at Anfield. Of course, this may still turn out to be true if we sign the German.
    TBF, it did read as though you were referencing them as though they were German MF partners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokintony View Post
    Can see spurs finishing top 4, we really need a win tomorrow to help our chances of finishing in it too

    Clearly a win would be great, but we'd still be in front of Tottenham with a draw, which would be a positive result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogster View Post
    The German was in reference to Goretzka.

    I was joking that Goretzka would be Naby's midfield partner next season at Anfield. Of course, this may still turn out to be true if we sign the German.
    It would be some midfield, throw Can into the mix when we play a difficult team, Lallana for the routine games.
    "The best way not to lose is to win." - Jurgen Klopp 06/12/2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedG0ld+Green View Post
    Not one shot on target.
    How embarrassing the bitters are really are
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    Quote Originally Posted by TattooedByAgger View Post
    Clearly a win would be great, but we'd still be in front of Tottenham with a draw, which would be a positive result.
    Not to mention Spurs also have to play United in the league before playing us, so someone in the Top 4 race will definitely be dropping points in the nearby future.

    Liverpool need to just keep plugging away picking up points and staying ahead of Spurs and we should be fine.

    Just goes to show those 2-1 wins against Leicester and Burnley were massive for us or otherwise it could have been an entirely different outlook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ***Stuzzza*** View Post
    Crazy season for the bottom half of the table.

    Allardyce only came in because Koeman had them struggling, Fat Sam comes in and wins a couple of games, but their last 5 league results have been DDLLL - and yet they're still 9th.
    Top manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedG0ld+Green View Post
    Top manager.
    Think that's a understatement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogster View Post
    Not to mention Spurs also have to play United in the league before playing us, so someone in the Top 4 race will definitely be dropping points in the nearby future.

    Liverpool need to just keep plugging away picking up points and staying ahead of Spurs and we should be fine.

    Just goes to show those 2-1 wins against Leicester and Burnley were massive for us or otherwise it could have been an entirely different outlook.
    Yes they were!
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    Great to see Madrid lose again - that makes them 16 points off the pace

    this time 1-0 at home to Villarreal

    Unfortunately that means sackings and transfers

    So players like Hazard, Kane, Alli, Salah and De Gea are all open season to Madrid
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