Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by momoWASboss, Sep 19, 2020.
He’s not going to stay on the bench for too long, judging by how De Gea has looked.
I think they'd persist with de gea.
Today's form isn't exactly a surprise
I'm a bit biased but Maguire needs to take some of the blame there as well.
They’ve been poor, but they barely had any pre-season. A few of the big teams will take some time to build back sharpness.
It was Lindelof’s mistake, but Maguire couldn’t bail him out of jail.
Yeah, I'm just saying that nothing was stopping Maguire from taking a step forward and trying to close down Zaha.
Lolz - penalty that should never have been, a tenuous retake and then an apology by Sky because Evra suggested Zaha was shagging Ms Moyes
Sky interviewing Moyes now. Please, please, please get Evra to say "Hi".
He should have aggressively lunged at Zaha, get physical and literally beat his opponent. Instead, he looked like he was on holiday.
Layton Stewart’s hat-trick inspired Liverpool U18s to a comprehensive 5-0 win over Stoke City at the Academy on Saturday.
Well, he is not great at accepting responsibility seemingly.
The quicker Hodgson can his team to 40 points, the sooner him and his team can go on holiday again..
I disagree, I think it was a clear pen.
De Gea has been shite for a couple of years. Giving him a start today means he will remain number one.
Yep, can see the big sides including ourselves losing a few games over season. The fact bo crowds gives now real home advantage too
I can see teams who want to kill a game against us being able to do so more effectively.
We saw both Arsenal & Everton play very formulaic defensive football & the fact they had no crowd to encourage or push them forward meant we got nowhere near as many chances as normal.
I suspect we may see new formations/shape or change of roles to try to combat that now we have a few options.
Their DOF must be rubbish
The Everton game was bad but we battered Arsenal and gave them two gifts.