- Jun 5, 2011
Here's the current table:
Thisredbj said:if Lucas pressed and had the same intentions as he did in ame, the walls would be covered in spunk after every game.
You've been spot on with quite a few things of late, so I suppose you were due to be wrong at some stage.ILLOK said:Gerrard.
No idea how Suarez is winning it. Fair enough he did have a big hand in both goals which shouldn't go unnoticed but he gave the ball away every other attack and generally looked off the pace.
I disagree with redbj and thought Henderson was poor. Was so disheartened with his two efforts, the dipping volleys. Anyone who plays football will know how easy a technique it is to execute yet he was fucking miles off with both attempts, the 2nd being particularly bad as he had so much time to set himself. Played some nice passes in fairness, one ball in particular that was slightly reminiscent of Gerrard's ball to Sturridge at Sunderland.
Skrtel was the best of our defenders overall. Not many great performances to pick from.
I was calling for him to be taken off at half time. Goal or not he was very poor. Thought Albertos distribution could have come in handy against ten men for a longer period than the last twenty or so.Matt said:Can the person who voted Sturridge please reveal yourself?
Moses who was quite lively and he could have been pushed further forward and let Alberto knit things together in that AMC role, this would have been the thinking. Plus we changed the backline to a back 4 which could have been done as soon as they had man sent off. So I don't think it would have been wrong. It would have been well warranted in my opinion.ILLOK said:Take Sturridge off when we have 3 centre backs on the pitch and no senior forwards on the bench? no, that would have been wrong, despite how he was playing.
Well a vote for Sturridge as Man of The Match is basically saying "I haven't a clue" if you ask me. He had a very poor game, couldn't hold onto the ball,lost it countless times, decision making, when he did control it he held onto to it for too long, made no runs at all, never looked for it as much as he ususally does. He was a shadow of himself.LFC-Orlando said:Not only did Daniel score one after we were down 2-1, but he was the one who spotted Luis with that amazing long curly over-head pass. The unbelievable pass, that will unfortunately never be credited as an assist to Stevie's goal, (when in fact it was the reason we scored).
Folks on here say that he should have been taken off. Keep smoking what you have been.
I'm one of the 2 who voted for Daniel. Daniel salvaged the point.
What you suggested in your previous post was that because we had 3 defenders on the pitch and no striker on the bench made him untouchable?? So no matter how bad a player is playing he stays on because of this, very narrow minded. Change of tactics and personnel could have sorted that out. Defender and sturridge off and alberto and sterling on go 4-3-3 with moses and sterling either side of Suarez. We were very late to make changes when it was clearly not working for us, even against ten men.ILLOK said:He wasn't man of the match but the idea of taking him off and putting Moses (who was awful) in his position instead is equally as silly.
He made the first and scored the 2nd. That's the reason you keep your best players on the pitch even if they're having off days. Taking off the league's top goalscorer when the opposition is down to 10 men and you're only drawing is madness.