Mmerek Hamšzulíe

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  2. Decided by what team?
  3. Good point. And up until the last couple of rounds (where it was clear that some teams had less to play for), we were the highest scoring team in the league as well. Next season has the potential of being fantastic. This season's top four + ManU and Arsenal could all conceivably win the league, and Everton, Southampton, West Ham etc will all be looking to break into the top 6. And apart from Mourinho, all the managers of the top clubs have quite positive, attacking philosophies, which leads to many goals and exciting games. The only argument against the PL being the undisputed best league in the world is the poor European results. I can't cite sources, but I remember reading something about how having a competitive domestic league is detrimental to european club competitions.
  4. Yeah, I've whitelisted the domain on Adblock, have the little green thumb, but still getting the pop-up. Don't know how or if you're allowed to do photos here, but have a screen cap.
  5. Admirable that you're willing to see your own players take so many hits for the greater good.
  6. Bit of luck there with Ayew's double post and Gini's handball. Huge game and huge win. Really hope we'll put next week's game to bed early on. Coutinho is our best player by some distance. Sturridge looks like he's discovered his acceleration/step. He finally looks like he's fully fit. Makes a big difference.
  7. I agree this makes very little sense, and I also find it infuriating when they announce Man of the Match with 5 minutes to go. We've seen hat tricks scored in that amount of time (or close to it), and even if that is an unlikely scenario, giving the MotM to a player in a 0-0 draw at 85 mins is surely ludicrous if someone then pops up to net a late winner? Watching the Europa League highlights, Besiktas' loanee Talisca looks like a star in the making. 23 years and 191 cm tall, he scored a belter with his right foot and then later a clinical header. Does anyone follow Turkish football and know whether he's the real deal or if he just had a one-off? Sisto also looked like a tricky customer in Celta's victory over Genk. Juve have drawn Monaco in their CL semi. That must be seen as a favourable draw. Maybe this is their year. Dybala has been scintillating at times this season, and the old guard in defense seem to be holding up.
  8. Are you not overlooking the obvious? We beat teams that don't tailor their tactics to defeat us. When teams park the bus and hit us on the counter, we struggle. Come out and play ball, and we'll go toe to toe with the best of them.
  9. With the caveat that I've only seen the highlights, I think calling this the greatest comeback of all time (or similar) is premature. From what I can tell, two of the goals were scrappy defensive errors and two were very cheap penalties. Maybe watching the game in its entirety would have given a different impression, and I get that scoring three goals after the 87th minute is crazy, but still.
  10. Djimi Traore used to play for Celtic?
  11. One of the greatest singers of all time, and a fine songwriter to boot. One of the few people who could do Queen songs justice. Here is is rehearsing in front of Bowie.
  12. I just realised he's 29. That's probably a big reason. Still, 11 goals in 16 games from the wing. He's on very good form. Merry Christmas, footy fans!
  13. Thanks for this. Maybe he could have a Lallana-like evolution or rediscovery of form under Klopp? It's hard to believe he's gotten worse at playing football. Get him at a cut-price now and get him back to his best. Wolfsburg sounds like a weird club. Also, going twice - anyone got any ideas as to why Mertens is not generating more interest/rumours?
  14. I've had a huge hardon for Rodriguez for years. Can whoever said he's regressed expound on that? To me, he'd be the ideal long-term solution for LB, especially as his passing, crossing and shooting are so good. That was great. Not sure I'd count a deflected free kick as a belter, though ;). Is anyone in for Mertens? He's been absolutely on fire recently, and looks like he'd potentially slot in well in a Klopp system, for instance.
  15. Lessee... (from my possibly imperfect recollection) Mignolet - had practically nothing to do. One weak header from Williams is all I can think of. Did nothing to shame himself. Milner - hardworking as ever. Not his best game, but managed Valencia pretty well (maybe apart from the first 20 min, when Everton as a whole tore us apart) Klavan - Mostly great. Looked like he was going to be taken for a ride by Lukaku, but got in a critical block early on, and after that pretty much had Luke in his back pocket. Read the game well, kept his head cool and his passing tidy. Lovren - Really good (/Klopp). No horror mistakes. Everton gave him a lot of space on the ball, which meant that we saw him venture into the opposition half from time to time. Didn't split Everton open like Sakho (</3) would have, but neither did he give the ball away in dangerous areas. Clyne - Rock solid defensively, constantly contributes offensively. His crossing and final ball can be erratic, and his shooting boots (if he indeed owns a pair) were missing again, but he's still a constant creative outlet on the left flank. Feels like he's underrated by a lot of fans. Gini - Another faultless performance that will fly under the radar. His close control and strength on the ball is possibly only second to Dembele's (the Belgian Hotspur), and while you could argue that his passing could be more incisive at times, the value of someone who never fluffs a pass and never concedes possession is hard to measure. Never panics, plays his way out of trouble and keeps the team in possession. I think more goals and assists are only a matter of time. Hendo - Quiet, but strong. Was overrun with the rest of the team in the first half of the first half, but after that, he controlled the midfield. Barkley couldn't deal with him, and started lashing out. Lallana - Keeps doing the right thing, and you only really appreciate the full extent of his contribution to the team when he's out. Mané - Runs and runs and runs. Gets the all-important game-winner deep in injury time, after having run non-stop for 94 minutes. Will be sorely missed in January - let's hope Klopp has a plan (Pulisic?). Origi - Not really his day. Couldn't get the better of the Everton defenders, and was correctly taken off. Firmino - He's clearly not on top form, and is clearly missing Coutinho. Despite that, he had three out of our four shots on goal, and drew a couple of great saves from Robles/Stekelenburg. Another player that gets a completely undeserved amount of flak. Can - on in the 83rd (?) minute. Made a huge tackle on Lukaku when it looked like he was through on goal. Has a ridiculous amount of confidence, always tries to make things happen. Is the anti-Gini in some ways; will look to create more, whether through incisive through balls or running past players, but will also make more mistakes and suffer ball losses. Fascinating player. Sturridge - didn't do much, but what he did was crucial. Skipped past a couple of defenders and got away the shot that rebounded off the upright and into the path of a waiting Mané.