Liverpool (h) CL QF pre-match thread

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Liverpool (h) prediction

Poll closed 10 Apr 2018.
  1. Win

    68.3%
  2. Draw

    8.8%
  3. Lose

    22.8%
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  1. whp.blue

    whp.blue

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    are you going tonight?
    I am and I for one will be booing.
    Corrupt fvckers
    But I would never tell anyone else who has bought a ticket how to behave.
     
  2. Super David Silva 21

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    Spanish Atkinson
     
  3. chaddblue

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    Or more likely a tit of a ref
     
  4. ballinio

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    We get anywhere near a victory & the Spanish Taylor will step in , its all set up.
     
  5. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

    Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Lahoz and his 'English style? Is that a euphemism for making up the Laws of the Game as he goes on?
     
  6. TheBlueDune

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    Plays into the hands of long ball opposition. Play hoofball up to their front 3 against 3 man defence with their midfield providing support.
    Liverpool midfield would be on front foot.
    Our midfield then have to turn back to support defence and likely to be behind the play.
    Danger is that front 4 have to turn and drop back to support getting the ball.
    Pep loves midfielders so cannot see him going 4 man attack. Games are won/lost in midfield.
    433 picks itself, vinny and laporte centre backs.

    And whoever plays left back, repeat after me,
    "Salah loves to cut inside,
    show him outside.
    Keep him on his right foot,
    stop him crossing the ball"

    And whoever is nearest LB drop back to support him against Salah.

    3-0 full time. Win on penalties.
     
  7. middlewichblue

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    90mins hard work, we can sink these lot, early goal and they will crumble, I have no doubt we can score 5 or 6
     
  8. tolmie's hairdoo

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    The worst thing we can do is to stop going for it, even if we concede or are three goals up without reply.

    Extra time would be a killer for us in terms of legs and the away goal threat.

    The more we score, the more we change the dynamic and remove the away goals threat.

    Imagine being 4-0 up and then trying to put a lid on it - that's when you invite pressure and the margin for error.
     
  9. Breadsnapper

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    Or give him a first tackle to remember. Well worth taking a yellow for imo.
     
  10. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

    Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I remember the Hamburg game. An early goal was needed, but wasn't it Hamburg that got it? I think no matter what kind of football is served up, no matter what kind of mother of all batterings the Dippers might get, no matter that the entire City team put on their own individual match of the season, no matter that the tie is well and truly alive with the second half all to play for, no matter that the Dippers' asthma medication has been left behind, we are gonna get shafted one way or the other.

    I think I was the first to forecast the score in the MatchDayApp. I put 5-0 with a Raheem hat trick! It was showing that a 5-0 was shared by 100%! I was gonna put 11-0 but yer can't have double figures!
     
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