Mediocre outcome is the probable outcome.
- May 17, 2007
Klopp has just categorically dismissed the possibility of Camacho leaving in January. Let's hope he signs that new contract, I think Klopp really believes in him.
He is good but whether it'll translate into senior football I'm not so sure. He's not lightning fast and technically he can improve a lot, sometimes he takes too long on the ball and his first touch is sloppy compared to somebody like Glatzel.My missus just picked her Uni-mate from the UK, husband is a huge Liverpool fan just mentioned to me that this Bobby Duncan fella is something special. Anyone watches him here? I took the liberty to check out his stats, bloody hell 12 goals in 12 Champs League matches, 14 goals in 12 league games. Recorded 5 assists in those two competitions in his age group. Is he really that good?
According to the official site he also is a cousin of Steven Gerrard.My missus just picked her Uni-mate from the UK, husband is a huge Liverpool fan just mentioned to me that this Bobby Duncan fella is something special. Anyone watches him here? I took the liberty to check out his stats, bloody hell 12 goals in 12 Champs League matches, 14 goals in 12 league games. Recorded 5 assists in those two competitions in his age group. Is he really that good?
Thanks for the update, I was wondering as well. Real shame for the lad because with Lovren, Matip and Gomez out together that was the opportunity a player like Phillips (in his circumstances) needed to prove himself. Missing that opportunity by also being injured is really unfortunate and he may not get another opportunity. A real sliding doors moment for his future here, I feel.I was wondering why there had been no mention of Nat Phillips as a possible solution to our current CB crisis. Here's why:
Nat Phillips is facing a further spell on the sidelines after recently undergoing surgery on an ankle injury, Liverpool Under-23s manager Neil Critchley.
Yes, finally playing at left back again.Is Lewis playing left back? I’m hoping we see him in the first team before the end of the season.. And Sweeting is wrong about him not being able to defend.
I think it depends on the opposition and other absentees. I'd say the likely contenders are Fabinho (possibly as a back three), Milner, Hoever, Camacho, and Henderson.Apparently TAA is out for a few weeks with a knee injury, do you guys think it will be Comacho stepping into the side? I liked how he played against Wolves, even in that awful team display, it'd be interesting to see him get a run of games.
The more I hear about the positions he's able to cover, the more I'm wondering if he's going to be a new Milner...Not sure if he ever played there (think he had some games at AMC for Portugal in a 3 at the back) and he's still young so there's time if he developes well, but a bit surprised he was never tried out in central midfield. At least at that lower level. Playing in a 3 of course as one of the two advanced #8's. There is no magic ball, but just to have a little taste about what his "ceiling" might be there compared to other positions, and boy he can cover a lot of them. I don't know, maybe he's naturally too direct for that part of the pitch and we mostly use him anywhere on the sides, up or down. Would be interesting to hear what Klopp and the likes of Pep think about it.