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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by JurgenKlopp'sdynasty, Jul 6, 2018.
Lloris out till 2020
To be fair if Liverpool won the league and Utd got relegated in the same season I don't think any of us would complain.
Especially if Everton and Spurs went down with them
Me personally, i would like to see them strong and Everton, but us come out on top
Its the hope that kills you
I see Garth's Team of the Week contains 8 goal-scorers.
I wonder how much he actually watches.
TBF he says Milner should get an OBE though
Not as bad as Danny Murphy on MOTD excusing Choudhury's assault by saying that he had tired legs in the 89th minute after being subbed on in the 86th minute
Spuds and mancs aren't very happy
Quoted for smugness
To be fair, most fans on this board said very similar as I recall. His 'amazing streak' was a honeymoon period where the players were just made up to have no pressure and Mourinho - just like the Chavs when they got in Di Matteo. He's proven to have no clue how to manage.
I'm hoping the sensible fans of United insist he's given more time to build a squad of young, hungry, English players. It's working wonders so far
Nope. Most fans were saying Man Utd had a better squad than us and we should be #worried about Ole inspiring them to CL glory.
Fun fact: Bayern Munich have scored more goals in England this season than Everton have in the league.
to be fair, we haven’t played Spurs yet.
My BS mate is taking the piss out of himself as well
Liverpool FC Legends name squad for Rangers clash
Liverpool Legends have named their squad for Saturday’s clash with Rangers Legends at Ibrox.
14 players from the Reds’ history will take part in the fixture, including the likes of Jamie Carragher, Luis Garcia and Dirk Kuyt.
Elsewhere, Rangers first-team manager Steven Gerrard is part of the squad, but could also make an appearance for his current employers.
“I always look forward to a game of football,” he said. “I’m going to play for Liverpool and who knows, there might be a little cameo in a blue shirt as well we’ll have to see.”
Liverpool Legends squad: Jerzy Dudek, Glen Johnson, Jose Enrique, Jason McAteer, Steven Gerrard, Emile Heskey, Patrik Berger, Luis Garcia, Vladimir Smicer, Jermaine Pennant, Dirk Kuyt, Chris Kirkland, Jamie Carragher, Stephen Warnock.
The match will be shown live and free on LFCTV GO worldwide as well as the club’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts. LFCTV subscribers will also be able to watch live via their existing subscription.
A donation from the game will be made to LFC Foundation, the Reds’ official charity, which delivers a range of programmes and partnerships to create life-changing opportunities for children and young people across the Liverpool City Region and beyond.
Tickets are priced at £15 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for children.
Details on how Liverpool fans can purchase tickets will be announced shortly. For the most up-to-date ticket information, visit https://www.liverpoolfc.com/tickets/tickets-availability.
A legend gala dinner will take place the evening before the match, on Friday October 11, at the Glynhill Hotel, Glasgow.
The dinner will provide an opportunity to meet some of the stars taking part in the game and hear interviews and anecdotes, as well as enjoying a first-class three-course meal and wine.
Both LFC Foundation and Rangers Charity Foundation will benefit from the proceeds of the dinner. Tickets for the dinner are priced at £100 plus VAT per person or £1,000 plus VAT for a table of 10. You can register your interest by contacting the Rangers events team on 0141 580 8601, emailing [email protected], or book online.
Liverpool FC Legends
#bbcsalford on City's loss to Wolves: "This was the day when City's injury problems finally caught up with them."
Poor Pep. Because of his defensive injury crisis he was forced to play a back 5 against Wolves that cost just £202m
Our back 5 against Leicester was £103m