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Jordan Henderson is currently the gap between Liverpool really challenging for the title.
He is trying to drain this style of play similar to Pirlo, Gerrard or Lampard when they were there in the mid-30s who moved around the field happyly reflecting their glorious career and getting the rear seat.
However, Henderson plays this way during his prime. He does not offer any value to Liverpool.
Every other Liverpool midfielder has a different character to the team. Keita puts his box box in and defends, Milner struggles with some skill to always find help, Winaldjum is gil and finness on the ball.
When Henderson defends, he only scouts the player and never makes a game that changes the fight, when he has a ball, looks back and best in the side, and never specks forward.
It is extremely difficult to look at the game, and it almost acts as a second judge just tell people what to do and docents actually join the game.
He really is Liverpool's version of Pogba.
Liverpool's attack on CL, the championship in the middle
If the proposal is made before Benitez is a standard manager in the Champions League (with validity), then it could be argued that Liverpool has a standard attack that is handicapped by the middleweight championship.
And when that attack did not fire on all the cylinders (two thirds were humiliated tonight), and they manage only one bullet to target the whole game, leaving Liverpool hanging on the flop of elimination.
Six yellow cards are the things Pulis dreams. I wonder whether he will be so critical of Liverpool's open screen as it was over Mourinho's replacement with water bottles on Tuesday night?
… For a long time reader first time writing in, having to say as a lifelong Liverpool fan I truly find this season one of the most frustrating in the last few years and that he has said something.
After last year's summits (I'm not really final), where we should never be there and have achieved too much, we had a good appetite to be honest, but with everything we said, I was more than optimistic for this season, even Before the final I continued to speak next season I was excited, and indeed I was, seemed to sign and strengthen perfectly.
Still, we are here in November and I see 3 former right-wingers in the middle, Wijnaldum Henderson and Milner, and this 3 seems Klopp's first choice, signing two 100 million players who are not ready yet (according to Kloppu) says more about us, then about them. You should also believe that our half-time is fantastic and that we keep 2 boys out of the team, that's simply not true and in this great season this season has been terribly outdated and then you should play 3.
I'm also fully aware of other issues in the team, the main 2 in my eyes is that we have a lot of need in number 10, or we're playing that little tank at the bench because it clearly deserves place at 11. Another is that Firmino seems to have completely forgotten how to fill The simplest passes and his other touch is in the fight now.
I am absolutely miles away from Toshack's madness thinking that Klopp should be in trouble if he does not win this year, but if he insists on that field for the foreseeable future, I believe that questions will start to emerge from the media.
…Alright. So PSG was pretty good. Who would say that? Having spent enough money to buy a few small countries, they have teamed up with top talent that can play a bit of football!
So there is no shame in the loss of that team. At all.
Still, can we finally stop fighting for this LFC team? Pleeease!
Our forward lines are nowhere near levels reached last season and our central field just does not win enough control balls. And this is the trend that most of us die from fans like we saw the whole season. There I said that. Phew!
We lost all the abilities (or desire? Or gameplan?
But forwarding is the place where this team attack starts, so I can not imagine it being designed
But, in both cases, we stop the tooth on it by mutually pointing to our position in the league table and start begging Jürgen to do his job and solve it please?
I was a living red and a ST carrier and we have to start to be honest with ourselves.
It's a bloody hope that kills you
PSG are a terrific football team.
Liverpool was poor, well, but it was only thirty minutes to watch.
Acting, around, spending time, mourning … They're just a terrible, terrible team.
Liverpool is one of the millions who won it, so do not let them.
I'd rather beat RM with the Ramos hat. Or he wins it with José's hat.
Anyone. But. Them.
… Let's not make a mistake about it, we were total. They did not shoot at the target from the open game, our soccer field was so fought as John Lennon in bed, our assailants were all dogs selling and to make things worse, Gomez looked like he did not know where he was on earth most nights. Keita managed to jump from the club and to be actively worse than the central ground that came before him, as soon as I could not imagine.
But Neymar and his associates are pathetic. A lot of cheaters who would fall on their face if they were breathing in the direction of the soccer field. I am so glad that as a team there is simply no organization that would actually win this competition.
I hope to get Man Utd in the next round and get 100% Mourinho's. I would really laugh at my balls and watch them all tearing their eyes over injustice.
… One day someone will go to Alvesa or Neymar and give them the reason for the fights.
Confusion in the game.
Paul (Nevertheless, oooft again) NUFC
… Fair play PSG, they needed a statement and a performance, and they got both. On the other hand, they are the biggest carrier of MSN Barca days.
Day, Plastic LFC
… You have to play super good to get any result in a place like PSG, surely given their excellent record at home. But we did not and did not. The PSG has completely earned points.
But that does not matter now. What matters is that Neymar finally knows what kind of contact gives him the right to fall into a crumpled pile on the floor. He also thanked Robertson for this, after getting a proper trick of shadows towards the end of the game. Lad.
When Gomez got his potential foot switch from Verratti, he just frowned on and went on. Neymar is still a disgusting human being despite all the skills. The moment in the second half, where he stopped playing, turned to the crowd and gestured. Pathetic, even tired of it.
Furthermore. Here's the reliance on another "glorious Anfield night"
… I have difficulty writing words to the full hatred I have for PSG. Maybe their Brazilian contingent. Neimar, I hate it. I hate it. I hate it. Every fiber of my being. He is very average and unsuitable with a wonderful advertising machine. Every offense on it was an automatic yellow card, even when it seemed to catch itself. His tricks crossed the self-pragmatic parody, and the referent bought it tonight, and supported them by locking up Dani Alves when he came. Veratti should have seen a red line, like Thiago Silva and that head injury, which should be red only for games. For me, Clive, it's worse than knocking when your opponent takes the gap. As with all chests that are bombarded to win a goal kick, well … it shows how small the PSG club really is. Liverpool did not come out of the first gear and expect to continue qualifying. I'd like to see Neymar in the quarters of Mihajlovic, Materazzi, Repka and Muscat. I wish he would have no leg to ever dive again. I'm Baggie. He did Dawson and Hegazi well for tonight.
Rich (boing boing), Cambridge
… It's like the 88th minute. This is 2-1 and your team should actually win the game at 100% of the qualifying. If A) hold the ball safely in the corner B) Try to swing over your head to shame your opponents.
If you have chosen option B, congratulations, you are a PSG player who plays with such an abandoned abandonment that can be bred only as the only team in the French league.
Have you ever played against your wife at FIFA when you suddenly have to make a phone call and stop the game from leaving the room? Only when you leave, you continue the game and begin to score worldies, and showboating to the limit. I imagine this as well as every week in league 1 when you are a PSG.
An excellent game for them. They beat us. They did what they needed. But honestly, that was a terrible game. We, as we were on the road through this campaign, were pretty terrible. And they just were able to prostrate. In my, mostly insignificant, thinking – they are simply not good enough to go all in this competition.
Some real comments about the game:
– I love Henderson. He always does. But at the level we're trying to compete, he does not do enough to affect the game. I enjoy, however, when crying and showing is not enough – he decides to push his players into the face to close them.
– As a rule, the half is not effective enough. Keita did not look at speed when she came. Our front 3 looks sharper than earlier in the season. Mane and Salah, especially, played some decent things tonight, but they can only depend on full strength or self to create real chances. We really need to understand which combination of players will be effective there.
"I know that Klopp wanted the added security of playing Gomez in the RB, but TAA would have done much better job of exploiting the threshold that remained wide open on that side of the pitch.
– What should Verratti do to get away from this game? At one point, he was even amazed that the judge did not give him another yellow.
So, in the final game in which we have to win with our 2 clear goals to move on to the next stage … someone will get by phone Neil Mellor and Florent Sinama-Pongolle.
Ryan C (I'm not bitter, bitter), LFC
It's not super, Klopp
Has anyone ever heard a manager chew on his side that he was sentenced before? Surprisingly, Klopp is not such a cool guy when things do not (or if not) go their way.
John Collins WWFC, London
Forget winning trophies, Pochettino would surely have to win the year manager for turning Moussa Sissoko into a soccer player?
Rob da (he went to school with Edward Woodward and did not remember that he was especially in football, he was a very clever mind) Shrimper
This is a question for you. Of the six big six teams, do you think they will most likely score 6-0 this season's win? The statistic happened once in the Premier League season so there is a good chance that it will happen once, so who do you think it is? Think about that? Good. Which team do you think LAKO is most likely to score 6-0 this season's win? I'm ready to bet 9 times out of 10 that you thought of Manchester United at that time.
Any of the other big six teams, you could see them go into the team and absolutely divide them. I do not say I can not have a free day, or draw / lose a match that you probably should not, that's different. I say that if you honestly are impartial, when do you think this United Nations managed by Mourinho could win the game for that amount? Even if they had a team from their epistles, they would come 3-0. Jose would have made defensive substitutions, played a game of possession, and started thinking of what male product care he would next advertise. The days of leaving Old Trafford for fear of hiding have disappeared and under Mourinho will never appear again. While the team does not stop 4-0, they are never really beaten (And even then look for a small student loan game).
And that's just not United. The fear of Old Trafford is that as a professional you knew you were going to Old Trafford, you had the chance to be humiliated and some teams even set up to make sure they did not lose more than 3. Even if you set up ultra defensive and up to 88 minutes with zero zeros, you knew that the attack would come. He literally coined the phrase "Fergie Time", where 5 minutes 2 minutes from the injury led to the late United winner.
It's good that I get a win against Young Boys late in Jose. The real class is that some bottles of water are also thrown in the celebration (if Young Boys celebrates victory with their manager who dropped the bottle Jose has called for him to return the death penalty). But since this site clearly stated that United must break the records to make up for the first four in the league this season or how they will be playing again last year for the Champions League last night.
But one last thing. Manchester United played at home in the league and did not complete the stadium. At the risk of becoming a Rafa, that's the fact. This season, Man United won 3 goals twice (one against Newcastle and one against the same opposition last night). Fact. Man United has not scored more than 3 goals against the team throughout the season. Fact. Mourinho is a failure expert. Fact?
Brian (Okay I combined Wenger's quote in Rafa's metaphor, but I thought it worked better) Belfast
He did good to Robbie Keane and lucky for his retirement.
As a Liverpool fan, the weird thing about it is that I, when I wanted him, best suited the worst time of his career. I wonder if other fans are mindful of players whose otherwise impressive career hit low while they were in your club?
When Liverpool signed it, I was so excited, he was such a fine worker, he was in pace, I liked his celebrations. We had Cissé and other shocks joked and it was great to sign Keane. But for whatever reason it just did not work for him, he fancied it, but he just looked average and we, like fans, felt a little sorry for him.
I suppose this is a reminder that players are human and not a video game – the confidence, the feeling of difference or the disadvantage of your last club can affect anyone.
I'm glad he did not give up and continue to do better things.
Paul in Brussels (obviously Torres, but someone else?)
Shooting an article about football interpreters. My lady is a translator, she is attracted to her and recognized her so much from her own work. Mo Salah arrived in Liverpool last year, so who will say what the job will be!
Team, LFC (sorry for ads, that's what it is), Mexico
Monaco is not worthy of TH14
Krombopulous Michael likes to kill, and he killed him with a nice compliment on Matt Stead's piece in the mailbox. I read it and enjoyed it as a wonderful acknowledgment to Robben (Some natives know 3 things: Where is the water, the berries are poisonous, and not that Robben enters the left leg). Nice job.
I write while I look at how Titi or TH14 team defends as babies needing to change diapers (some say that a raised donkey should not give other people to the name of the pet, especially by targeting Gooners – get a hero, fall in one's right leg!).
Unlock. I was hurt by the terrible performance of the TH14 team. Let those boys do not recognize the size when they come to their faces. Then it came to me, my loyalty does not apply to Monaco, but for the youth of the youth, Martial's hero from childhood. That's why I was wondering if someone else had a favorite to follow if they went to the training. Several fans of Man Man are spoiled for choice, but I doubt they are still attached. Any Kopite suddenly interested Celtic v Rangers? I heard that Lampard was also in the mix
Tiny Dawn Gunners (Every time Drogba has appeared against Arsenal, I'm wearing pants, please do not allow him to manage the prime minister)