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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Another defensive shambles, a free header.

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Quote Originally Posted by sawtooth View Post
    Or just the first game of a season?
    because losing it every year works out well doesnt it, last year we gifted liverpool 3 points with pretty much a reserve side

    i know you love the current regime but this is embarrassing, conceded 3 inside an hour at home. WTF have they actually been doing all summer (because its not been sorting contracts out has it!)
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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    Oh dear. The fact Klopp wanted him and never got him is the point.

    History repeating itself.
    There does seem something wrong with our transfer deals.
    Thought Klopp would have some clout in market but think he doesn't .
    Isnt what Baca have done through the media undercover the same as the VVD episode it's not great from our point of view.

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    Another defensive shambles, a free header.
    Very poor and not convinced by the Arsenal back 3 and their zonal marking. It's the same old Arsenal I'm afraid and this season likely to play out like the last. Too many defeats to sides like Leicester (not likely to be top eight) and Wenger will be under pressure to go again and you wonder if the board will pull the trigger

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Quote Originally Posted by clubchamp98 View Post
    There does seem something wrong with our transfer deals.
    Thought Klopp would have some clout in market but think he doesn't .
    Isnt what Baca have done through the media undercover the same as the VVD episode it's not great from our point of view.

    Klopp has nothing to do with negotiations, merely identifies the player he wants, sells them the dream then our super sporting director fails to get his men.

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    Very poor and not convinced by the Arsenal back 3 and their zonal marking. It's the same old Arsenal I'm afraid and this season likely to play out like the last. Too many defeats to sides like Leicester (not likely to be top eight) and Wenger will be under pressure to go again and you wonder if the board will pull the trigger
    how do you think a back 3 of Koscielny, Mustaphi and Monreal will do Homer?
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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Like it or not at least Couthino has the decency to hand in a request. That is the proper way to leave. I hate those players that moan about being chained to a club, the club lacking respect etc when they won't ask to leave because it will cost them their loyalty bonus.

    If he does go at least Liverpool will get a whopping cheque. The downside is everyone knows it and the season is already underway.

    It seems to me that too many teams this year have not done their business yet. Everton, City and Utd have of the top half clubs but I can't think of any others who look complete yet. I'm not necessarily saying that business is all good but those players have had pre season with those teams and will be ready for the first match.

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    Ramsey!!!!!

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    Giroud!!

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    Re: And, we're off, 2017/18.......

    keep them one worders coming Murph
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