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lol Coutinho

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by Woland, Jun 3, 2019.

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  1. Dreambeliever

    Dreambeliever Looking on the brightside Member

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    Watch him a couple of derbies or the man city 3-2 game and tell me he doesn’t know how to put in. Tackle
     
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    Atlas Well-Known Member

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    I'd get him in to replace Lallana
     
  3. Woland

    Woland Part of the Furniture Member

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    Watch him when we played Dortmund and see why we were two nil down early doors. Losing possession and not tracking back. He's a good player but if we hadn't already had him there's no way we'd consider him a Klopp player
     
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    Modo A contentious scando Member

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    We also had Sakho on the pitch
     
  5. Ukrainian by marriage

    Ukrainian by marriage Very Active Member

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    Main thing is surely his relationship with Jurgen ? If indeed one still exists ...
     
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    hmmmmm1 Well-Known Member

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    Klopp was happy to forgive gotez
     
  7. rurikbird

    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    There were plenty of games, especially early in Fabinho’s adaptation, when we looked less than solid in midfield with him. No player is a silver bullet; it’s all about teamwork in defense.
     
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    Agreed. He was all over the place against Southampton (away). But that was largely due to the space vacated by Keita and Gini in that game and the huge ground he was asked to protect. Imagine Coutinho in such a game. We probably would have been a few goals down before we got our act together.

    He'd have scored another worldie mind.
     
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    He's a match winner, and can unlock teams that sit back. And he would be a great rotation player in a team which now has a great spine to make up for his defensive flaws. I don't think he will be coming anywhere near us though to be a rotation player and I don't think we would be willing to pay what it would take to get him. So all in all its a moot point.
     
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    Ming, Moreno, Lovren et al at the back but it was all Coutinho’s fault we were defensively frail... even when he played on the left, right?

    Come on guys.
     
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    moron i am legend Member

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    Its true, even Barca have found that out. They turned up at this ground at Europe with a 3-0 lead, and got fucked over to the point where they had to take Coutinho off. Forgot the name of the team that did them but I know they went onto win the European Cup for the sixth time.
     
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    Bring him back . Fuck spending the same money on a gamble when you can have a guaranteed baller in coutinho , all he'd need to do is express regret in leaving and how he left and all would be forgotten and we'd have a boss footballer back at the club
     
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    Naw, he wouldn't be happy to regress. He'd be onto the next big Spanish Club (Real) or Serie A club to come knocking

    It's a great cationary tale to our players - no way back. When you leave Klopp, you'll seem like mere mortals..


    Reminds of of a few players who were bang average once they moved elsewhere.
     
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    No value for money. Get Ajaxs Ziyech for his buyout of 25 million instead and adapt him for attack mid. Coutinho will cost 70m at least.. Can even get fekir for 30m. Edwards and klopp will have better targets in mind.
     
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    Even before Klopp playing for Liverpool made some star players 10% better because of the adulation. Now with Klopp it's like players are like 25% better than they would be normally. Cant account for the players who were 100% worse though like Julian Dicks lol
     
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    I say we should negotiate a knock down price with Barca to let them know who has the upper hand now, offer the player his old contract terms back if he publicly declares he was a knob to leave and he's desperate to return. Then bring him over to Liverpool for a medical ...


    .... and then rip up the paperwork due to the medical showing he has an undiagnosed back problem
     
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    ...and top it off signing Fekir instead. FCB Full Circle Bobby them.
     
  18. moron

    moron i am legend Member

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    This is a great idea !!! - I like where you are going with this.
     
  19. Dreambeliever

    Dreambeliever Looking on the brightside Member

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    It’s very simple, if Klopp wants him we should get him.

    Every other view is irrelevant
     
  20. Woland

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    Yeah, rename the site WWKD? and only post Klopp quotes
     
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