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  1. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Mar 1, 2021 at 12:07
    If, as most of us expect, Fabinho goes straight back into central defense the big question will be - how can we field a midfield with enough steel, creativity and goal-scoring threat to carry us until mid to late April until Hendo is back? With Keita and Milner returning, we now finally have some options – but how do you piece together this puzzle?

    Thiago – undoubted class and his passing helps us circulate the ball quicker and more efficiently. However, he carries no goal threat and is a bit of a liability defensively (unless protected by someone like Hendo or Fabinho, which...
  2. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Mar 1, 2021 at 11:23
  3. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Mar 1, 2021 at 09:18
    1. Kabak and Phillips – a giant PRO would be that Fabinho could then play at #6 and hopefully cement our midfield. A CON would be everything else – that pair looked shaky even against McBurnie and McGoldrick and will likely be destroyed by better strikers.
    2. Fabinho and Phillips – best available option in terms of decision-making, but the drawback would be having 2 slow defenders, which would mean our defensive line would have to be deeper, which would affect the rest of the team structure.
    3. Fabinho and Kabak – probably most likely to be Klopp's choice, as Kabak's speed in...
  4. King Binny
    Created by King Binny
    Mar 1, 2021 at 08:34
    How far do you reckon he can go? What's his best role/position?

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  5. Frogfish
    Created by Frogfish
    Mar 1, 2021 at 07:02
    I'm getting this in early before Dreamy gets any ideas ! From memory I believe I have a good record ;)

    This is a key match in the race for Top 4. Key .. match. If we lose we drop 4 pts behind Chelsea and maybe drop further behind Leicester (A vs Burnley) with just 11 games to go. West Ham don't play again until the 8th (H vs Leeds) though United will hopefully lose at City so a win could take us within 4 pts of them.
    Everton are H to Southampton tonight and A vs WBA on Sunday so, 3 pts behind us now but with 2 games in hand, could even go above us with same games played, before we play...
  6. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Feb 28, 2021 at 21:13
    Finally, a win and a clean sheet in the Premier League. Yes, to be fair this looked every bit like playing against a Championship-level team, but at least we didn't lose to the training cones. Klopp has tweaked the system to mimic a Pep attacking model and looks like the players enjoyed the new roles and angles, even though our finishing was still far from clinical. At the back, there were a few nervy moments and at least one sitter the opponent missed, but overall it was a deserved and much-needed win. On to Chelsea!