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Is it still FSG out?

My anger has subsided alot since last year..., They finally showed some willingness to spend. However pasts season frugalness which cost us titles I believe still are very raw for me.
Are they the worst owners? No not for me
Would I wish they sell up to someone wealthier with better vision? Yes

Who do you want in the next round?

So our next round opponent is currently being determined. Who do you want?

Chelsea (Anfield South) - Sunday 15:00

Here we go, first chance at silverware of the season. Tricky line up for Klopp if he is worried about needing to rest/protect some players. I think Mo will start, and Darwin will be on the bench.





Would love Nunez to start, but also happy with him as an impact sub if it helps manage his minutes.

The Kids are Alright!

View: https://x.com/samsgyan/status/1760471588871508144?s=20

Loving this little moment after the game against Luton. A totally drained Elliot (who left everything on the pitch last night), is helped to his feet and embraced by Bradders, with Quansah coming in for a little academy graduates love-in. One of the things to really celebrate this season is the emergence of so many academy players, and with others, a bit further down the line, like Jones, becoming clear staples in the side.

Big props to the academy system. Lets hope whoever comes in after Klopp is as keen to exploit it.

Mac Allister

Pinch me 2024

I remember the 90's - stuttering to keep up with Man United
I remember the 00's - we became a great cup team
I remember if we got Barca, Roma, Milan, Real - we went in thinking every game was 50-50.
We all remember Roy
We remember Paul Konchesky and Joe Cole
We remember Hicks and Gillette
I remember Christian Purslow and Martin whatshisname. October 2010.
We remember when Kenny left - worrapity
i remember Brendan's record in Europe.
I remember signing great players like :"Benteke"
I remember thinking big players might not come here
I remember when Alberto RIERA was a flair signing for us
I remember being disappointed that Masher, Torres, Suarez and Raheem wanting better
I remember no youth coming through
I remember no European games.
I remember getting forth was BRILLIANT
I remember 6-1 to Fecking STOKE. -
I remember Dumbledore's Army's expectations seeming ridic
I remember a declining midfield in 2022-23
I remember thinking our best players would leave
I remember thinking Endo was a duff signing. And how could we miss out on Lavia and Caicedo
I remember thinking Schmade as a Sporting director seemed silly
I remember when having 8 lads out injured would mean a lot of defeats and draws.

And now..
Winning every game
Great Owners (yes, they are)
Players dying to STAY
Being one of Europe's best
Expecting to win games
Total preparedness
Expecting signings to be great
Seeing youth players coming through
Lots of unity and a lack of politics
Total respect from our opponents.
Terrific rotation...
Great squad...
No more being dependent on just two players (like Torres and Gerrard)...
high performance rebooted midfield.
Top managers in the mix for the Liverpool job
Endo a far better signing than those lads
Schmade helped lubricate some great deals
Top performances from the B squad who step up
EVEN more youth coming through....
Players want to be here.
LIKELY back in the CL next season.
No Salah, No Nunez, No Diogo... no problem, we still score 4.

Who knows what will happen... but it's a joyful ride.

And we'll all be in tears when the Manager leaves...

Who is 2nd choice?

BL are convinced that they can keep Xabi for another year...

City’s game in hand

Vs Brentford tonight at 7:£0

City Ederson, Walker, Dias, Stones, Akanji, Rodri, Bobb, Foden, Alvarez, Bernardo Silva, Haaland

Subs: Ortega, Carson, Ake, Kovacic, Doku, De Bruyne, Gomez, Nunes, Lewis

Brentford Flekken, Onyeka, Ajer, Mee, Roerslev, Jorgensen, Norgaard, Janelt, Reguilon, Toney, Wissa

Subs: Strakosha, Maupay, Jensen, Ghoddos, Collins, Lewis-Potter, Damsgaard, Baptiste, Yarmoliuk

Flekken to have a stormer and restrict City to just the 5

The hardest job in football

Considering we've got so many on here thinking it would be madness for Xabi to choose us, I thought I'd start a thread to see which club people think it would be hardest to walk in to manage?

Forget current issues or problems, just historically based on expectations for a new manager; rank the following in order of difficulty for a new boss to walk in to (hardest 1st)

Real Madrid
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