TIA Squad Member
- Nov 17, 2009
Jones is really starting to put it together consistently this season. Undoubted potential and it looks very promising for him
With Jones I felt that he was good, but he did get lazy at points. I remember nearly screaming at one point when he didn't bother getting back onside, although Ox had a chance to play him in.I didn't want to judge Jones on his appearance at Wolves in FA Cup as whole team looked disjointed and procedural but his MK Dons game looked quite the opposite. Calm, collected, economic with the ball, he never looked to do something unrealistic, he waged his chances against opponents and behaved accordingly. Maybe there was one situation where he could have played Keita (I think) in but other than that, he was good. Hopefully nothing comes of this League Cup expulsion and Liverpool go far in both domestic cups, so he, Hoever, Elliott and Brewster specifically can get more playing time. They could have done with an easier opponent at Anfield, though, but it wouldn't be Liverpool if cup draws were easy.
All four look to possess a healthy arrogance on the pitch, to put it that way. They like the ball, they play with their heads up and they are not selfish for most of the time. Klopp has cleared their path to the first team squad, so they know it's all in their hands. In my opinion, of all four, Brewster perhaps has the hardest job of all to impress as he's nothing like Firmino (then again, no one is, he's unique and that's it) and he'd probably have to play ahead of a more creative and settled midfield in order to make a proper contribution.
Is Williams in midfield in a 3-4-3 or right back in a 4-3-3?U19s v Salzburg (UCL U19)
Hoever VDBerg Boyes
Williams Dixon-Bonner Clarkson Larouci
Elliott Brewster Jones
Winterbottom; Clayton, Koumetio, Norris, Longstaff, Stewart, O'Rourke
We have used it a couple of times in the last few games, I think as a reaction to how many goals we are conceding. It is fluid enough to shift back to a 433 with either Boyes or Hoever shuffling to LB but I doubt we will start like that.Is Williams in midfield in a 3-4-3 or right back in a 4-3-3?
Have we lined up 3-4-3 often?
A bit surprised at the result. Watched the first half then had to go out so just watched the highlights. Great stuff.U18s 6-1 Everton
Big away win after going a goal behind.
Walls Savage Koumetio Beck
Brookwell Clarkson Cain
Stewart O'Rourke Norris
Subs: Winterbottom; Quansah, Balagizi, Corness (used), Morton (used)
Goals: Clarkson, Cain, Stewart (x2), O'Rourke, Own Goal
They've done this since 2014 and got a decent track record of picking Liverpool playersGuardian article on the best up and coming talents in the PL. Layton Stewart is our 'one to watch':
The Guardian selects the best young players at each side born between 1 September 2002 and 31 August 2003, an age band known as first-year scholars.www.theguardian.com
He's a solid, hard working midfielder who has just about become a regular at U18 level.I've not even heard of Brookwell!
Either intentionally or accidentally they've picked a time where a 14 day means essentially nothing. U23s have one fixture during that time and the ban finishes before the Carabao Cup game against Arsenal.Harvey Elliot banned for 14 days from all football activities by the FA due to his comments about Harry Kane