Think that that what happens from now on until the end of the season will have a huge bearing on whether we can compete for major honors again.
Looks very difficult to win the league now and we absolutely need to win the CL to build up on the 18/19 campaign.
Salah and most non English players I would imagine see the CL as the graal. Salah even said that he would sacrifice his dream to let fans get what they want most.
It would be fitting if the club can make the dreams of above mentioned players come true so that they can concentrate on delivering the PL in the near future. A trophy would also make sure that our top players turn a deaf ear to the calls of the Spanish teams. Finish empty handed I’m not 100% sure players can get motivated again to have a 100 points season next year.
Not much between us and City, last year didn’t they finish 22 points above us or something? We closed a lot of distance this year. We might not match that points tally, but I don’t see any reason why we can’t improve again and put up a better challenge next year.
It’s looking like only ourselves and City can put up a serious challenge next year, so no reason to be pessimistic.
Lets just enjoy the CL semi finals and title race, it’s a very good place to be, and I’m sure the players will be very happy with the way things are going at the club, whatever happens.
Get a result hopefully with an away goal at Barcelona and this side are serious contenders to win the title. You would then have to fancy your chances in the return leg at Anfield followed by either Ajax or the Spuds. Huge opportunity. Best wishes.
Captkirk… I don’t really see the point in being that dramatic cause this team is not breaking apart. Of course the next few weeks will have a huge effect on how we push forward but even ending up with out a trophy will not halt our progress.
Lads there’s a difference being dramatic or pessimistic and not wanting history to repeat itself.
We have been in three finals and lost all of them, so I think it’s high time that we actually win some silverware because we can’t hide behind the “we lack experience” excuse.
Having seen previous so called golden generations of Mc Manaman, Fowler, Torres, Mascherano not win anything of note when all Liverpool fans were convinced that these players were too good not to win major silverware is kind of a sobering thought.
The game against City at the Etihad was kind of a final and City players looked like they were ready to die on the pitch, if we can’t summon this kind of attitude then fans may say we have the best forwards in the world or the best centre back but at the end of the day it’s trophies that matter.