Discussion in 'Rumour Mill - Transfer Talk' started by kipland007, Aug 24, 2016.
Then why don't we crack on with it then, if it only takes £1 to get Messi*
I was beginning to wonder whether anyone would rise to that lure.
I saw a few fans complaining that Sakho looked like he was enjoying the game yesterday, and suggesting his celebrations prove his poor character.
I can't understand this. I don't think there is any problem with a player being happy their side is winning, reagadless of who owns them. I'd sooner see lads celebrating, than these fake, stage managed muted celebrations against former clubs, such as those by Benteke yesterday.
i can't understand that bit either. You're saying if Lallana were to jump up and down with joy when Soton scored the winner against us you be alright?
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I respectfully disagree. Sakho wasn't even in the squad. He did a 'John Terry' just to make a point to Klopp. At the very least he has proven on too many occasions that he doesn't make wise choices.
Agree about Benteke though. Enjoy your goals...you deserve them. No reason for previous club's fans to take offence
@JMac8 meet @lfc.eddie
Whenever we lose, you are pissed off when our players shake hands with the opposition?
Thanks for the introduction..... don't have to go out of your way to do so though. Humbled.....
No. I'm saying that Sakho plays for Palace, and he has every right to enjoy their victory.
I don't see how Lallana celebrating a Saints winner is in any way comparable, since he no longer has any tie to that club.
To put it another way. Had we beat Chelsea in 13/14 and Moses had looked happy about it from the bench, would you have considered that disrespectful to his parent club?
I don't see what the issue is with Sahko, lets be honest, Big Sam would have made him sit on the bench, just to shit the christ out of every Liverpool fan. He uses every grubby tactic, he can muster.
As far, as him celebrating with the team, he is now in, what's the drama, we don't send a player out on loan, to be in seclusion, we send them out, to become part of a team.
His performances, are doing more for LFC than we can every imagine, he is getting more valuable, as the games go on, which in my book, shows he has character.
I'll tell you, he would have looked pretty good in our team, on the weekend.
I think it is petty to blame Sahko for celebrating. Since, he is on loan to Palace, he is part of the Palace's team. If it was not for his ineligibility due to the technicalities of the loan rule, I am sure he will be on the pitch playing against us and putting in a professional effort to be at his best.
While I agree that there is a certain amount of theatre in such celebrations, I do feel that it's warranted in some cases.
I'd think that the majority of LFC fans agree that Benteke is a good footballer who just couldn't fit into Klopp's system. He conducted himself in a respectful manner while surrounded by transfer rumours prior to the beginning of this season, and when he was sold there was no apparent animosity displayed by Benteke, LFC or Liverpool supporters. In fact, most of us wished him well.
After scoring upon his return to Anfield, he chose to show respect to our club and our supporters by reigning in his celebrations. I think that's admirable, contrived though it may be.
Naturally, I don't expect him to behave in this manner every time he plays against us. That would be rather awkward. Like, your new girlfriend constantly telling you how amazing her ex-boyfriend is? That type of awkward.
Yes, it does. Sakho is our player, just as Lallana is. Eddie was of course being a bit sarcastic, and was responding to Mascot's comment "I don't think there is any problem with a player being happy their side is winning, regardless of who owns them."
Lallana celebrating a Southampton goal is of course not acceptable, as he is our player. Or 'LFC player X' celebrating the other team's goal is not acceptable as he is our player'. Sakho shouldn't have been anywhere near the touchline, and in my opinion he should have been up in the main stand, if not watching it at home. He did what he did purposely to piss people off, particularly Klopp. Clearly he doesn't give a toss about the Liverpool fans, despite what he says. If he did he would show more respect. Good riddance to him.
Lallana's team is not Southampton it's Liverpool. Sakho's team is currently Crystal Palace at the request of Liverpool we have asked him (or ordered him) to be a part of that team. Our fault he is.
Pretty sure Sakho doesn't get to choose which matches he attends or stays at home for. Or choose his seat. Be a strange world if players did. Except Sturridge of course...
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