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    He will be remembered and thanked for getting a mid table squad into the top 4 and almost to a PL title, that season was incredible to watch even though we didn't win anything other than the 2nd place trophy :P.
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    (Original post by samir12)
    He will be remembered and thanked for getting a mid table squad into the top 4 and almost to a PL title, that season was incredible to watch even though we didn't win anything other than the 2nd place trophy :P.
    Which would be higher than Arsenal have finished in the league in the past decade.
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    Only just seen that Ojo bagged a hat-trick for our U21s last night against Boro in a 3-2 victory. Kid continues to impress.
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    Premier League clubs are now to cap away tickets at £30 for the next three seasons as reported by BBC Sport.

    Great news.
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    (Original post by samir12)
    Premier League clubs are now to cap away tickets at £30 for the next three seasons as reported by BBC Sport.

    Great news.
    You imagine it helps fans of big clubs the most. I can't imagine bottom of the table match-ups attract high categorisation and therefore the ticket prices aren't probably too expensive now? I don't have any figures to hand though.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    You imagine it helps fans of big clubs the most. I can't imagine bottom of the table match-ups attract high categorisation and therefore the ticket prices aren't probably too expensive now? I don't have any figures to hand though.
    I was under the impression that it would help fans of the smaller clubs too if they want to go and watch their club play at say the Emirates. (Who are infact offering away tickets at an even lower rate of £26.)
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    (Original post by samir12)
    I was under the impression that it would help fans of the smaller clubs too if they want to go and watch their club play at say the Emirates. (Who are infact offering away tickets at an even lower rate of £26.)
    Well they would still probably be Category C tickets which range from £26-£38.50 (I think).

    Compare that to Category A which can be closer to £100..
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    https://twitter.com/BoringMilner/sta...00534489350152

    :rofl:
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    Jurgen Klopp news conference
    Liverpool v Manchester United (Thursday, 20:05 GMT)
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    Liverpool versus Manchester United. It won't just be competitive on the pitch, well according to Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

    The German says: "The fans can show that we can create a better atmosphere in the first leg than Manchester United in the second leg."

    Shots fired
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    Milner doubt for tomorrow with a virus.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Jurgen Klopp news conference
    Liverpool v Manchester United (Thursday, 20:05 GMT)
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    Liverpool versus Manchester United. It won't just be competitive on the pitch, well according to Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

    The German says: "The fans can show that we can create a better atmosphere in the first leg than Manchester United in the second leg."

    Shots fired
    This is the time for revenge. They've embarrassed us twice this season and it feels like every time we face them, we throw it away by being unable to score.
    If we lose tomorrow I can't see us going through. Not with the return leg at OT.

    Just batter them 3-0 tomorrow and the tie will be over.
    Easy.

    (Original post by mr tim)
    Milner doubt for tomorrow with a virus.
    Shame to have him out considering he won't be playing our next PL game, however we have plenty of options to fill in for him.
    Sturridge and Coutinho back means we could continue our usual 4-3-3 formation without any issues.
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Shame to have him out considering he won't be playing our next PL game, however we have plenty of options to fill in for him.
    Sturridge and Coutinho back means we could continue our usual 4-3-3 formation without any issues.
    Who would fill in for Milner in the midfield?

    Makes me think we might go back to a 4-2-3-1 with Firmino, Coutinho and Lallana behind Sturridge?
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Who would fill in for Milner in the midfield?

    Makes me think we might go back to a 4-2-3-1 with Firmino, Coutinho and Lallana behind Sturridge?
    Sorry, quoted you without saying anything; see above.

    Is Lucas still injured? I had in my head he wasn't but I'm unsure now. If he's out, I'd do 4-2-3-1 like you said.
    Lovren has really impressed me recently; if Skrtel isn't ready, I wouldn't be surprised to see him in there.
    Flanagan over Moreno. Please.
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Sorry, quoted you without saying anything; see above.

    Is Lucas still injured? I had in my head he wasn't but I'm unsure now. If he's out, I'd do 4-2-3-1 like you said.
    Lovren has really impressed me recently; if Skrtel isn't ready, I wouldn't be surprised to see him in there.
    Flanagan over Moreno. Please.
    Yes I think Lucas is out for a month or 6 weeks or something.

    Flanagan is not in the squad for the EL hence why he played at the weekend - giving Clyne a rest.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Yes I think Lucas is out for a month or 6 weeks or something.

    Flanagan is not in the squad for the EL hence why he played at the weekend - giving Clyne a rest.
    Hahahaha maybe I should pay more attention....
    Ahhhh yes, forgot about Flanagan not in EL squad - that's very unfortunate.
    This is how I'd do it then:
    Mignolet
    Clyne - Lovren - Sakho - Moreno
    Henderson - Can
    Lallana - Firmino - Coutinho
    Sturridge
    More than enough to beat United there, no question.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Yes I think Lucas is out for a month or 6 weeks or something.

    Flanagan is not in the squad for the EL hence why he played at the weekend - giving Clyne a rest.
    I read 6 weeks the other day

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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    Hahahaha maybe I should pay more attention....
    Ahhhh yes, forgot about Flanagan not in EL squad - that's very unfortunate.
    This is how I'd do it then:
    Mignolet
    Clyne - Lovren - Sakho - Moreno
    Henderson - Can
    Lallana - Firmino - Coutinho
    Sturridge
    More than enough to beat United there, no question.
    Yea I can't really imagine anything else. Who knows, maybe Klopp will spring a surprise knowing that Man Utd will press hard for 15 minutes and then play safe/park the bus.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Yea I can't really imagine anything else. Who knows, maybe Klopp will spring a surprise knowing that Man Utd will press hard for 15 minutes and then play safe/park the bus.
    LVG always makes United play well in big games.
    The best we can do is intense pressure for the first half. If we can get ahead, we can do what we did to City and increase the gap when they attack.

    Tbh, stopping them scoring is better than anything else. Mean's we'll be at a serious advantage in the 2nd leg due to away goals.
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    LVG always makes United play well in big games.
    The best we can do is intense pressure for the first half. If we can get ahead, we can do what we did to City and increase the gap when they attack.

    Tbh, stopping them scoring is better than anything else. Mean's we'll be at a serious advantage in the 2nd leg due to away goals.
    DMs.

    Can't wait for tonight.
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    Get the feeling today will drag..
 
 
 
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