21st November 2017 at 8:46 pm #7798
I’d take Son/Kane off, Dembele in midfield and push Eriskon forward, to be honest…21st November 2017 at 8:49 pm #7799
Or Davies for Rose, Danny-boy’s lay-off is showing (rusty rather than unfit!)21st November 2017 at 8:53 pm #7801EditorKeymaster466 pts
Liverpool on fire tonight!21st November 2017 at 8:54 pm #7802
He’s one of our own, ONE OF OUR OWN….21st November 2017 at 9:04 pm #7804
What’s going on in Spain?21st November 2017 at 9:05 pm #7805
Might have to swap channels here…21st November 2017 at 9:19 pm #7807
He’ll eat your dog, EAT YOUR DOG….21st November 2017 at 9:27 pm #7808EditorKeymaster466 pts
Unbelievable achievement Spurs topping this group. It definitely feels like the PL sides are ready to start dominating this competition again21st November 2017 at 9:40 pm #7810
Steady Eddy, didn’t you know Real are has-beans crappy poo-poo and, obviously, 6 from 6 against Dortmund means they’re now crap too… 🙂21st November 2017 at 9:42 pm #7811sean the sailorParticipant425 pts
Typical Liverpool. Embrsssing
Moreno beck to his normal self21st November 2017 at 11:05 pm #7813
Very average from City tonight. Final ball often poor against a disciplined feyanord side. Thought we missed David Silva. Nice to see Foden get a few mins. Bernardo Silva doesn’t look entirely fit to me? Mangala looked ok. But a win is a win and it took Just one real moment of magic from Raheem. Think we should play a entire reserve/young team in the final game as it’s three days before the Derby.
22nd November 2017 at 7:53 am #7815nine nine nineModerator910 pts
- This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Big Jim.
We’ll done to Spurs on a very good away win which keeps them top of what looked like a very tough Group when it was drawn and to City for their win and topping their Group.
Congrats too to young Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz on their CL debuts for City hopefully their first CL game of many.
Disappointment for Liverpool after being 3 nil up at half time to end up drawing 3-3 with Klopp saying after the game “it feels like a defeat”.
But Liverpool could still win the Group by beating Spartak Moscow at Anfield.
To put football into perspective though “Sevilla will make an official statement regarding the health of head coach Eduardo Berizzo on Wednesday.
It is expected that the Andalusian club will confirm reports claiming that Berizzo, who masterminded a spectacular Champions League comeback against Liverpool on Tuesday night, has been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer.
Sevilla’s club president Jose Castro told Spanish radio station Cope on Tuesday: “As it is a personal and complicated issue, I prefer to wait to tomorrow [Wednesday).”
My best wishes and prayers go out to Eduardo Berizzo in his battle ahead.22nd November 2017 at 9:07 am #7820PaxtonParticipant86 pts
another very good performance in the champions league for spurs. winning what looked like the toughest group we could’ve got is very impressive. actually thought alli was the worst player on the pitch yet he finished with 2 assists to his name – just shows how important he is even on a bad day. harry winks again put in a very mature performance and great to see danny rose back. had a very good game considering his limited game time so far this season. 2 wins against dortmund and unbeaten against real madrid – not a bad group stage. need to carry it through to the knock out rounds now!
on liverpool – last nights result will be a huge disappointment but i’m in no way surprised they threw away a 3 goal lead. it all comes down to klopp as a manager and tactician. i’ve said it a few times, i dont think hes very good. people just like his charisma. liverpool should’ve walked this group but they are now taking it to the last game. they will never achieve anything with the style of play they are currently adopting.22nd November 2017 at 10:18 am #7821newbalanceSpectator190 pts
sadly it’s a kick in the nuts for us and reminds me a lot like Crystal Palace. Some of those out there really felt it and you only have to look on the example of Firmino’s face because all the work and the quality undone.
If those turn of events were reversed, perhaps a few out there would be praising Liverpool for their comeback – I for one would have done.
It seems to me Jurgen knows there’s a problem. If I use the analogy of trying to squeeze miles out of an old unreliable banger of a car, then that’s what we sort of are. The irony is though that in the past, we had real senior defenders playing for us like Mark Wright, but even though he age reached over the hill, he could still do a job for us and in that unit, we really lack experience.
It’s no wonder Jason Cundy labels our Manager as Brendan Klopp. There are similarities there, and I feel the reintegration of Alberto Moreno this season is a fundamental hindrance and a backward step.22nd November 2017 at 10:30 am #7822newbalanceSpectator190 pts
Anyway, putting Liverpool to one side, I’m looking forward to the Juve-Barca game tonight – definitely under 2.5 goals hahaha 😀 🙂22nd November 2017 at 2:37 pm #7823goatistutaParticipant31 pts
Im also looking 4ward to that game tonight, misses is out, kids will be in bed and ill have a wee Magners in hand. Should be interesting to watch. I want to see where Barca are vulnerable and where teams can get at them.22nd November 2017 at 2:38 pm #7824AnonymousInactive65 pts
Loved the huge grin on Michael McIntyre’s face when he put us 2-1 up, priceless.22nd November 2017 at 7:00 pm #7825
Michael McIntyre?? What he looks like Son?? Really??22nd November 2017 at 9:30 pm #7826AnonymousInactive65 pts
Jim ,Iv’e never seen them on TV at the same time !!!22nd November 2017 at 9:57 pm #7827
Haha ok bricklayer
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