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Liverpool 2 - 0 Rabotnicki

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by Amz1217 (U14566357) 29 July 2010
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2 goals for N'gog he's been playing ok, quite a nice finish from him and a good delivery from the wing, Amoo is impressing me, Jovanovic is looking good and no defensive troubles....all in all quite happy I can see the same team playing on Thursday at Anfield.

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posted Jul 30, 2010

I am now especially glad I haven't been sputing off wum rubbish:)

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posted Jul 30, 2010

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BringBackFootie

OK, my fault, it's wrong to express an opinion, especially when it involves thinking one club is stronger than Liverpool.
As I said in a previous post, time will tell.
Also, read my post carefully, I am NOT a Spurs supporter.
And they say fish have a memory span of seconds.
<laugh>

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posted Jul 30, 2010

Looks like I have, lol, stick it to me!!


Fair cop mate.

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Ha ha ha no worries. I did wonder if I had completely misunderstood your post, so thought I'd check before calling you a pleb.

















ps - pleb <doh>

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posted Jul 30, 2010

qatarYWNWA
BringBackFootie

OK, my fault, it's wrong to express an opinion, especially when it involves thinking one club is stronger than Liverpool.
As I said in a previous post, time will tell.
Also, read my post carefully, I am NOT a Spurs supporter.
And they say fish have a memory span of seconds.
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Whether your a Spurs fan or not is irrelevant,you expressed an opinion and refuted it based on my own opinion and mentioned last night's result as an indicator or Spurs' failties.

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posted Jul 30, 2010

im baffled here but how can one say that spurs have got a better squad than us? your back line is a shambles and don't give me the whole King and Woodgate stuff we all know that their careers in football are effectively over, at central midfield we are far superior, up front we have Torres and Ngog vs Crouch and Defoe id take Torres over Defoe any day and Crouch is at the moment bettet than Ngog.

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Could I ask how you think Liverpool's strength in depth is better than Spurs? Not a wind up, its a genuine question?

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posted Jul 30, 2010

Could I ask how you think Liverpool's strength in depth is better than Spurs? Not a wind up, its a genuine question?
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Because player for player Liverpool have more genuine quality.
Spurs best player is Modric clearly, but even he is still streets behind Reina, Mascherano, Gerrard and Torres in quality. He's probably on a par with J.Cole, Agger and Aquilani.

Our problem was having a reserve team that stopped genuine decent youngsters coming through under Rafa. Hodgson realises the need to blod these youngsters (and in a sense has been forced into doing so). We have quality in the likes of Kelly, Pacheco, Shelvey and even Amoo that are better then the 2nd string like Degen, Voronin, Dossena, Ngog who are all being shipped out (if not already, bar Ngog who is probably going to be given a chance).
You will see that Liverpool's strength in depth is a lot stronger than people realise, plus we are bound to sign a couple of good players with Mascherano's funds.

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posted Jul 30, 2010

IMO eithr player in either position can have a blinder, I do feel that on te whole maybe some more of liverpools players are a wee bit more consistant, not really who is out and out better, when not playing well players cant even do the simple stuff right at times much to our frustration

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posted Jul 30, 2010

but not last season eh:)

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comment by Mr Red (U10668896)

posted Jul 30, 2010

i was encouraged last night. i thought it would be harder but we did the job.

i don't think Rafa will be given any credit, but i think he has left behind some players worth keeping an eye on.
i still think Lucas could do a job if/when Mash leaves.
if Aqua stays fit he could do well. he played well at the end of last season but he needs to stay fit.

and N'Gog. last season he got about 8 goals. he should have got a few more but needs to get some composure in front of goal. if he could manage 10/15 goals a season, i'd be happy.

we all know the situation at Liverpool is delicate, but Roy is plodding along nicely and to be honest i'm surprised.
i think we'll have a decent season but i won't say we will get 4th or above. what i do believe is that we will be up there challenging. it's almost laughable that 4th is the holy grail, but it is and that's what we need to aim for at least.

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posted Jul 31, 2010

So Spurs have 1 decent season and get 4th position - only by a point or two from City

We had what everyone states was our worst season for years and only end up 4 or 5 points behind.

So if SPURS best is 5 points better than our worst ever, then how can spurs be man for man better than LFC?

This actually goes for all the clubs who were between 6th & 4th

You all had your best season to date.

None of you actually made up any ground on points between 4th position and 1st position than the season before.

City are probably the 'dark horse' because of the funds they have spent, but I have no doubt in my mind that LFC will be back in the top 4 this season.

Because if our best is 86 points and our worse is 63 and Spurs best is 70, you can see that our average points is 74/75 points, which means if we play a typical season and Spurs play their best again, we will be more than 5 points above Spurs, and clear in 4th place

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