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    MrMakaveli
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    This guy is obviously a whum Utd/Everton supporter. if I gave a shit, I’d ask that he be banned.

    #1699948
    mwake
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    Thought I’d copy this loan watch article from the Guardian.

    Loris Karius, 25, Besiktas The goalkeeper moved to Turkey on a two-year deal following the Champions League final and, a couple of further errors aside, has done well. So much so, in fact, that Besiktas’s president, Fikret Orman, has express an interest in signing the German on a permanent basis.

    Adam Bogdan, 31, Hibernian Established as the Scottish club’s No 1 following his arrival there in July, the Hungarian is enjoying life in Edinburgh so much that he wants to make the move permanent when his contract at Liverpool expires in the summer. “The people at the club are fantastic,” he said.

    Sheyi Ojo, 21, Reims The winger is doing reasonably well during what is his fourth successive loan spell. He has made a number of appearances for the Ligue 1 side, including a 90-minute display against Paris Saint-Germain, and scored in the Coupe de la Ligue.

    Harry Wilson, 21, Derby County The Wales winger has established himself as an important part of Frank Lampard’s exciting young side and earned national attention with a stunning free-kick during Derby’s Carabao Cup victory away at Manchester United in September.

    Marko Grujic, 22, Hertha Berlin Ankle ligament damage has disrupted the Serbian’s time in Germany but it has otherwise gone well, and having recently signed a contract extension with Liverpool until 2023, the midfielder expects to return to Anfield after his one-year loan deal expires.

    Ryan Kent, 22, Rangers One of two Liverpool players on loan at Rangers, the winger has bedded in successfully at the Scottish side. Indeed, he has often been Steven Gerrard’s best player and so it came as a blow to player and manager when Kent was recently sidelined with a hamstring injury.

    Connor Randall, 23, Rochdale Now on his third loan spell, and one that runs until January, the full-back has barely made an impact at Spotland, partly because of a fractured cheekbone he suffered in a Checkatrade Trophy match against Bury in September.

    Allan, 21, Eintracht Frankfurt The Brazilian is on his fifth successive loan spell having joined Liverpool from Internacional in 2015, a partly enforced move as he remains ineligible for a UK work permit. The midfielder has yet to make an impact in Germany.

    Danny Ings, 26, Southampton The striker has been a notable success on the south coast, quickly establishing himself as a crucial source of goals for a side that struggles to score on a regular basis. As was the case at Anfield, injuries have disrupted Ings’s progress.

    Ovie Ejaria, 20, Rangers As is the case with Kent, Ejaria has caught the eye since moving from Anfield to Ibrox. The midfielder has featured regularly, domestically as well as in Europe, and impressed with his energy, dynamism and poise.

    Ben Woodburn, 19, Sheffield United Liverpool’s youngest-ever goalscorer has struggled at Bramall Lane, so much so he was sent back to his parent club in order to get some game time. Part of the problem for Woodburn is that United are performing well, hence making it difficult for him to get a look in.

    Taiwo Awoniyi, 21, Gent There are high hopes for the powerfully-built Nigerian forward at Anfield and he signed a long-term deal with the club in July. He moved to Gent in order to build on his successful loan spell at fellow Belgian side Royal Excel Mouscron last season and has continued to impress.

    Herbie Kane, 19, Doncaster Rovers The young midfielder started the first league game on the bench but has been virtually ever-present since, with Doncaster sitting eighth in the League One table. Sachin Nakrani

    How are Premier League loan players faring? Part two: Leicester to Wolves

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    MrMakaveli
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    Harry Wilson just scored this : https://twitter.com/i/status/1068892811506958337

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    That was an amazing goal, I think he should be integrated into the team, he is that good Mr Mak

    #1705090
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    Looks like Besiktas have decided to end Karius’s loan deal early and send him home in January as they have just signed a new goalkeeping wonder star from South America

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    Marko Grujic had a really good game today too, scored the winning goal for Hertha Berlin 😊. I hope he can progress and become a key player for us in the next two/three years.

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    Gruic had a good game it seems for Hertha Berlin, got a goal too!

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    Read an article the other day on how pivotal Grujic has been for Hertha, there was stat on games won with and without, been injured but defo has the talent to succeed. Never understood why he never got a proper chance at LFC

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    His manager has been raving about him.
    Apparently points accrued with him playing was 2. something while without him was much less.

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    Whilst we are stuttering and spluttering a little Nathanial Clyne is already helping Bournemouth to success. I know there is no point in crying over spilt milk, but couldn’t Klopp have tried harder to have kept him, surely Klopp doesn’t think that our midfielders make better right backs than Cylne? I’m sure Clyne must have felt a bit galled after a decent showing in the Utd match. I wonder if young Comacho can step up and do a “Trent” if he gets called up. And I would prefer a natural rather than midfielders at right-back – Fabinho excluded because I think he is even better in midfield and we need him there rather than at right-back ATM.

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    With Gruijic playing well I think we are well stocked with regard to a decent box to box midfielders. But with Lallana likely to move on we are a bit low on attacking midfielders. I hope Harry Wilson can take Lallana place and fight for a position. But even if that happens I also think Klopp needs to invest in a established AM talent next summer. Its the one area of our team that is missing from team dynamics. Last PL game against Leicester was a good case example. That if you can isolate the front three from the midfield you can frustrate us easily, Man city did similar to us too. We still lack a top class ball running AM and currently teams just knowing they can block our passing channels efficiency to frustrate us.

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    Clyne made 7 league appearances in the last 2 seasons.
    Seven!
    Last season we made the CL final and this season were currently sitting 5 points clear at the top of the table in Feb.

    I don’t remember much clamour for him for 99% of these last 2 seasons.
    Strange now that he’s gone we can’t do without him.

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    mwake, when does Lallana’s contract run out? I can see him staying for the remainder of it, he got no reason to leave if he can stay fit and none if he is injured. Most likely he would be involved with the team, albeit on rotation but considering his fitness problems I don’t see that being much of a issue for him. Cause I can’t see the club selling him below his market price, we do not take a hit on the books, even Carroll got sold for what he was worth on the books. Benteke actually made a profit on the books…

    That’s beside the point though, Harry Wilson, I can see him fighting for his place in the team next season. If it would be someone else we would be linked with a 30-40 million transfer for the kid. He got the mentality, that much I am sure and his technical ability has never let him down. He got end product to his game even though he can develop it further.

    We need another player though, someone that can push the whole team to a new level, those are hard to find. We need someone senior, a player like Gini for example or Mane. Those two are worth their weight in gold, the amount of workrate they do and how they have settled into the team and become leaders is so successful.

    Grujic is also making a name for himself, I always knew he had talent but coming here from Red Star was a big change and culture shock for him, he has always shown that he got the desire and will to succeed as well.

    You don’t hear about these two passed out from binge drinking at the training complex like some former youth players for example. I don’t want to call them out by name though, its ancient history…

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    mwake
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    Just bad luck ginger too when we don’t need him he sits on the bench and then when we do need him he’s out on loan. Hopefully, someone can own that spot and/or Klopp can get midfielders to screen better until Trent recovers.

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    True NB – in fact, one thing glaringly missing from our current season is someone who can shoot from long distance. We were spoiled by Coutinho, you got ready to scream every time Coutinho would set himself up on his right foot – left foot too 😉 In fact you would think that the attacking midfield is one of the areas in our team that isn’t locked down by anyone in particular – even Ox as good as he can be has some dodgy games. So if Harry can come back in the summer and make a really good impression the chance is there for him to make a name for himself. I might be wrong but I think I heard someone trusted mention that Harry is No.1 in Europe for goals from outside the area, which is amazing.

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    Yes but he would face better keepers in the premier league but I got to admit some of those free-kicks have been phenomenal… Those reminds me of Gylfi who is the current set-piece leader in England, Wilson and Trent can make a meal out of any team, given a few dead balls to take advantage off…

    And I got to admit I cried more often out of frustration than anything else when Coutinho set up his shot, he did manage a good ratio in the end though…

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    Apparently another good game for grujic on the weekend, the way he is playing I’m starting to think that we bring him into contention for next season rather than sell him. He looks like he could reach peak Matic levels, tall, strong but technically gifted.

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