Discussion in 'The Football Stadium' started by BaZ87, Jul 8, 2016.
No idea where this colour has come from !!
I like it. Also Ox without knee brace.
I did wonder if the lack of knee brace was a photoshop job, as Ox's right knee look very similar to VVDs right knee
The photoshoot was probably done well before Ox's injury.
Announcement on the new training ground:
Hopefully it won't be too long before we have some news on the expansion of the Anfield Road end too.
Ox likely to miss the majority of this coming season:
It was odd that there was never any official word from the club regarding timescales with rumours ranging from him possibly being fit for the start of the season to being out until November time but it turns out his injury was a really bad one and he's not likely to feature much if at all this season. Gutted for him.
Wow...that injury sounds horrendous. Cant help but wonder if he will ever be the same again.
From another article - "every major ligament in his right knee was damaged, including the cruciate, medial and lateral collateral ligament."
Nasty. Just nasty.
Genuinely really gutted for the lad. Still very fond of him from his time with us and he is another one of the young English lads who can’t get away from injuries.
Gutted for him really am, I just hope that once he is back he doesn't end up in same situation as Ings in that injury ruin his career with us.
It also highlights us needing fekir imo
He was showing real signs of being immense for us.
Absolutely gutted for the Ox too, think we really missed him in the CL final.
Luckily still young but that's a horrendous injury
Mane is swapping to the number 10 shirt. Now I feel my mane shirt is ruined
Having done just my medial ligament playing football, I cannot imagine how painful that must have been
I can’t see exactly why Klopp has been nominated for FIFA coach of the year. Guardiola yes, Klopp no.
Champions league. Liverpool lit it up including smashing Peps side all over the place.
Who would you nominate instead of Klopp?
I would say when it comes down to resources and level of achievement compared to club status, Dyche achieved more than Klopp last year. Klopp lost his sixth final, only won two out 10 games against the top six, finished with a point less than the previous season and got knocked out of the third and fourth rounds of the domestic cups.
Yes he had some good results against the likes of City, but the award should be based on other things rather than a few good results. Personally, I think they’re all making up the numbers and it’s a straight fight between Pep, Deschamps and Zidane. I think Deschamps will get it.
What does it matter what how many finals hes lost previously?
+1. I think he's been awesome for us. Deserves to be in there.
New contract for Hendo:
He's quickly becoming one of the most underrated players around. 4-5 years ago I never believed I'd see Henderson playing as a deep lying playmaker in a side that's looking to challenge for titles and champions leagues. He's outstanding attribute has always been his energy and running power and looked like he could only ever be a box to box midfielder but over the past couple of seasons he's really developed into an excellent all round central midfielder.
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