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Hero or Zero #17 Divock Origi

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by Barba Roja, Dec 2, 2018.

  1. Barba Roja

    Barba Roja Plundering since 2005... Member

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    Errrrr Fucking oath he is! What an absolute hero! He somehow managed to snatch the three points while Neverton look utterly and completely stupid. THAT will go down in Anfield history. Second only to Gary Macs strike maybe!? Massive LOLs! :D
     
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    gkmacca Part of the Furniture Member

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    The sad thing about him was that, up until he was injured against the bluenoses, he was finally looking really good, so for him to come back and do that against THEM - well, whatever else happens, that's JUST.
     
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    Give him more minutes. He looked hungry and could have scored another plus looked dangerous on the shoulder of the last defender. I think I’d rather see him coming on in 65/70 min than Studge for this December run.
     
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    dmishra Well-Known Member

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    Origi has 22 goals in 78 appearances for us. All things considered, that's not a terrible record.

    Think his time with us is clearly up, but I do think he'll have a decent career somewhere.
     
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    Barba Roja Plundering since 2005... Member

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    Well it's probably stuck an extra £10Mill on his price in this market.
     
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    hmmmmm1 Very Active Member

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    Deserves his chance. Can’t be any worse than frim
     
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    gkmacca Part of the Furniture Member

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    He's at his best coming in from the left. So Mane would need to shift to the right,and I guess Salah in the centre?
     
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    Barba Roja Plundering since 2005... Member

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    It would be funny if Everton came in with a cheeky £20Mill bid in January and he snubbed them and went to Fulham instead. It's gonna happen!
     
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    HC Very Well-Known Member

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    Yeah give the lad some minutes, firmino has looked bollocks anyway.
     
  10. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    Amazing for the player, and I'm pleased for him, but come on now.

    Firmino may be playing shite and deserves to be dropped, but if the answer is ever Origi, we may as well fucking give up. We should have bought a new striker and not given up at the first hurdle when trying to get Fekir.

    It's some consolation that our next big splurge will be on a new striker in summer, but that's too late. However Origi isn't going to fill that gap, or any gap. We just have to hope that Firmino can find some form.
     
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    This thread is very excited about Origi
     
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    Woland Part of the Furniture Member

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    My favourite Origi story is when I tried to put five quid on us to beat Everton 4 nil but put fifty quid on by mistake, sat on hold to a Gibraltar call centre for an hour but they wouldn't change the bet, and then won 1250 because of the useless cunt.
     
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    He does seem to enjoy scoring against the shite. Which is a nice trait to have. Perhaps we should keep him just to play twice a season.
     
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    I'm surprised the FA never charged him.
     
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    Ijg Mr Quiet Member

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    He’s scored every time he’s played them at Anfield.
     
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    TBF he was a substitute who actually made an impact when coming on. Something we haven't seen from many other (Studge, Lallana) this season. I'm not sure he's ready to start but i'd definitely like to see him given 30 mins if it means he plays with the intensity and drive that he showed in those 10 mins yesterday. Game changer.
     
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    Chelsea away?
     
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    gkmacca Part of the Furniture Member

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    I actually felt that Origi might quit football in the near future. He's not a player who doesn't enjoy playing football, but he is a player who has other interests - particularly academic ones - and I got the impression that unless he's really gripped in the groove he tends to lose the drive to fight back to form. He was certainly a lost soul when he went on loan. I really hope this makes him believe again, because he's potentially such a quick, clever and powerful footballer, if only he can find that focus again.
     
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    Academic?  Sounds like the new Steve Heighway or Brian Hall. :)  Any more details available?
     
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