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|Does Ralph want to be sacked?|
at 05:34 15 Aug 2021
Bednarek and Stuart Armstrong were probably rested because of their participance in the Euro 20 tournament. McCarthy in goal was a big surprise and so was 'Tino' Livramento, but I thought Tino played pretty well.
No doubt Bednarek, S. Armstrong and KWP will start vs M.U. , and I think Tella will come in for Walcott.
Everton didn't look great and to be fair they only had 2 ½ chances from which they scored 3.
Stephens gifted them a really stupid corner from which they equalized. No communication between him and McCarthy???? And I just don' t know why McCarthy didn't run out and defend with his life and prevent disgusting diver boy Richarlison from getting in behind and volleying the ball over McCarthys head?
Romeu usually is good at protecting the ball and distributing it cleverly. He had a bad come back game with some pretty poor distribution + he didn't protect the back four when ugly Doucouré had all the time in the world to control the ball and blast it in the top near corner on the edge of the box. We have to remember though that Romeu was injured for several months with a foot fracture. He obviously needs games to get back to his best.
|Our defence bad again|
at 16:57 21 Sep 2020
Two goals for Sims in two games. Give him a chance in the first team, Ralphy. We need hit men with speed in the team. No one in Burnleys team are as quick as Sims.
Won´t happen, I suppose. Sims will probably be sent to Fulham on loan for the season. Recommended by Reed and Lemina...
|Kane was actually OFF side when assisting Son for the 2-1 goal|
at 16:13 21 Sep 2020
Kanes dysproportionally long upper body and Bertrands awareness made Kane 2 inches offside when Lo Celso passed the ball to him in the build up to 2-1.
Freeze the picture when Lo Celso connects with the ball for the pass and see for yourself.
From all angles, looking at it from behind and from the front, Kanes left armpit and maybe even left side of his arse looks offside.
VAR could easily have caught it but didn´t bother to examine it.
|Deja vu on home defeat by Spuds today...|
at 16:00 21 Sep 2020
Yes - I also went down memory lane for that terrible result 25 years ago.
Ronnie effing Rosenthal and 2-6 after having been 2-0 up.
I also remember Spurs fans been annoying that day.
So was Son yesterday, communicating out his number of goals with his ridiculous fingers to rub our noses in it. He should learn how to communicate with his child voice and practice his lousy english in stead.
Always so innocent on the surface, crying when sent off, etc.
In fact he dives for freekicks and pens and tends to put his boots in peoples faces - without any harmful intensions of course - when having his stupid head upside down as we saw vs Rüdiger last season.
|credit to brentford|
at 00:37 17 Sep 2020
But if Adams had scored to 1-0 instead of hitting the post it could have been a totally different story. We have been sh*t, yes, but also very unlucky. How the hell has Adams not scored two goals this season?
He absolutely hammered that volley towards goal vs Palace , and their keeper made a ridiculous save. Tonight he was incredibly unlucky not to score again.
We beat Spurs, who are also sh*t, and we are back on track. Let´s not panic, please.
|Our defence bad again|
at 00:30 17 Sep 2020
Yeah, apparently we are still on holiday, bathing in the sun, celebrating our great project re-start results.
The good thing is that these two awful performances have come before the transfer window closes, and hopefully the powers at be can see that we clearly need to invest in the team as soon as possible and re-group with new blood in the squad and get on with it. Everton just signed 3 midfielders in a couple of days , and they went straight into the team.
Don´t be too disappointed - we have only played two matches. If anybody can sort this out, it´s Ralph.
|It's the same flipping narrative every season...........|
at 00:14 17 Sep 2020
Yes it is disturbing how the same group of players suddenly don´t show up after such a good project re-start, but ok, we´ve only played two games. Luck has not been on our side, and had Adams scored with his thunder volley against Palace - and tonight (instead of hitting the post) just before Brentford scored their first goal - we would have had a totally different scenario.
Ralph knows how to handle a crisis, and I wouldn´t be surprised if we beat Spurs on sunday.
And if we do, we are back on track.
|Ralph Hasenhuttl: We should use Brentford game to get back to the way we want to|
at 23:53 16 Sep 2020
Yeah, it is quite puzzling how poor we suddenly look but let´s not panic. We have had shitty season starts before and been able to turn things around. It is obvious that we need to buy a couple of good central midfielders and create competion for places in that departement - to try and kickstart the season.
at 23:43 26 Dec 2019
Not MoM, but close. Give him some credit.
Merry C, I_Would, happy new year.
|Are we now at a tipping point with Ralph as Manager?|
at 20:45 14 Dec 2019
Yes, sadly I think, we could very well be.
And the only manager I can think of who would actually have been able to change things has just signed for Watford.
I can´t believe how poor we were today vs West H.
at 20:37 14 Dec 2019
Yeah, he is just not good enough for PL to be honest. He and Bednarek both played like crap today.
|Hassenhuttl Backing Stephens|
at 02:07 27 Feb 2019
Re "No, he was 25 only 3 weeks ago. But he still should be a lot better than he is ..."
Yeah , and he has been in the team for the better parts of two years now.
Still.. - obviously, Hasenhüttl sees something in him, and that kind of pleases me.
at 01:32 27 Feb 2019
Jonathan Afolabi or Dan N´lundulu on the bench soon? They are big, strong and quick.
|January transfer window|
at 21:53 10 Feb 2019
We shipped out Gabbiadini, Cedric, Hoedt, Davis, Seager (there is one more I think, but I forgot who), but it was not to save money. Our new manager felt the squad was too big and that these players´ positions were decently covered. End of. Nothing to do with money.
The decision to get rid of these players seems to be sober. We got 15 points in 11 games since RH came in, including yesterday´s ridiculous loss to Cardiff.
The decision not to buy any players is up for discussion. January business is affected by the crazy prizes clubs want for their players in this window. Maybe it was the best decision not to buy any players - a decision that can only, at the end of the day, increase confidence in the group of players we already had.
That said, I feel that we could have done with one or two loans - striker(s).
|Curse of St Mary’s|
at 23:44 9 Feb 2019
It´s been a while since we reached Liverpools league record with 19 home wins in a row. That was under Adkins, and the record was obtained from the the last 1/4 of the 10/11 season AND the first 1/4 of the 11/12 season - added together.
at 23:38 9 Feb 2019
Why didn´t we start with Gallagher? He has a pretty good scoring history from the Championship and today we met a championship team who managed 157 passes only.
at 23:00 18 Mar 2018
He´s red, he´s white, he´s danish dynamite, he´s our Hojbjerg, he´s our Hojbjerg. <3
|Looks like Hughes!!|
at 08:45 13 Mar 2018
Having thought on nothing else than who´s going to take over from MoPe since his sacking was announced last night, and after having not slept all night, I have come to think, that we would be best off with Marco Silva or Gordon Strachan.
I thought Hughes did a good job at Blackburn 10-12 years ago.....
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