It's an extremely sad day/very telling of our situation if we have to shut up shop against the bitters at home.mattyhurst said:Very funny ever thought about becoming a comedian.... maybe this and attitutudes like it are exactly the reason why Srktel is brought on, I've seen the trolling of John W Henry even after victories, I was slightly puzzled with Srktel but at the time I thought 3 at the back with the wing backs creating though it might have been to shut up shop.
Apparently he has a thigh strain.Lucas or Allen said:Where the hell is Sterling?He should be coming on as a impact sub not Skrtel.
Love watching Coutinho.Having him on one wing and Sterling the other would be nice to see.
Just as well that wasn't the case then lolNever Say Never said:It's an extremely sad day/very telling of our situation if we have to shut up shop against the bitters at home.
Fair enough mate.Jack le Cube said:Ease up, it was a joke, more of a laugh at bad timing in the press.
And then people wonder why he's reluctant to throw kids in. And call him a coward while they're at it.showmethemoney said:But taking you out of this for a moment, Brendan just seems to be a very soft & easy target.
Damned if he does. Damned if he doesn't you know?
I like Rodgers but he brings a lot of it on himself by his constant talking to the press about anything that's in his mind at any given time. If he could refrain himself when faced with a camera evrey now and again he wouldn't put himself in positions to be damned either way.showmethemoney said:But taking you out of this for a moment, Brendan just seems to be a very soft & easy target.
Damned if he does. Damned if he doesn't you know?
Experience and time should resolve that matey.schmee said:I like Rodgers but he brings a lot of it on himself by his constant talking to the press about anything that's in his mind at any given time. If he could refrain himself when faced with a camera evrey now and again he wouldn't put himself in positions to be damned either way.
Enjoy it for what it is - it will likely be about a decade before she leaves you alone for the derby again...Le_hunt said:shit game, even shittier streaming, fair result. and my baby girl still not keen on showing up. she may have felt her daddy wasn't in the best mood...
Now that's what I call a whinge - even better than RichLFCBhupendraS said:Ultmately, we got away with a draw - just as they did at Goodison.
Near the end of the match, the commentator mentioned that if we had won this, we would go 2 points behind.
Can you imagine that? If they loose another game (or at least draw), and we win, then we go above them.
If Brendan had mentioned this at the start then the players took fuck all notice.
If he mentioned this at half time, thne they simo,y cluld not be arsed.billy
If Brendan failed to menton this bit of trivia to his charges, then he's an even bigger bellend than any footballer who thinks he's Billy Big Bollox after signing his first big contract.
IMO, I'll be glad when Martin Kely is fot for the start of the next season.
He's a far better right back than Johnson will ever be.
I would even have preferred Flannagan thee today.
Glennis was particularly annoying today, with his pissy little passing, and his 'whatever' attitude.
Perhaps he could be moved to the wings - probably his natural position.
Lucas Leiva has provided little protection for the back four for a long time.
I think that of we can get Diame from West Ham for 3-5 million, then he'll just scare off opposiion forwards by looking at them.
And yes, Sturridge was poor.
He's got a good records against Everton, but today, he looked half-arsed.
I'd love Xabi to come back and be Jan Molby mark II (slimline version).
We'll have Raheem Stirling back - he'll be of votong age next season, so hopefully, raring to go after a good rest.
Assaidi may get more of a look in.
Onwards and upwards.
Downing and Henderson both provided a clear reality check they need gone with in the summer.lfc.8 said:Another game which just shows a distinct lack of quality. Downing and Henderson poor. Enrique while not his greatest performance was generally ok in defence. Sturridge lacked a little composure at times.
Midfield and forward line need massive improvement if we're going to reach the top 4 next season.
Henderson is all heart, he is improving but he lacks the real quality needed in that area he is playing. For me his only future at the club is providing depth for central midfield where his energy and commitment could be used to win the ball back. Certainly not in any advanced position where guile or technique is required to unlock defences.grenadier said:You can't have watched the same game I did. Henderson looked like real quality to me.
Everton is not secured in 6th, in fact, they would have wanted to win because Europa League for 5th placing well within their reach so they would have wanted to win. With this draw, they are still ahead by 5 points but they can throw 6th placing away by losing against Chelsea and drawing against West Ham, so they will need 2 points at least from these 2 games to be secured in 6th, provided we win our last 2 games too. So I must say, Everton, though may be happy with a point would have been motivated to win against us.TheSweetSilverSong said:Hmmmm, I got this all wrong for this game.. I expected a whole load of goals and to ultimately win, and there were no goals whatsoever and draw...
A few players had a bad game and it was quite crucial, along with Everton's attitude - I should have known, only needing a draw to secure 6th would mean playing for a draw, but I thought since it's the derby they'd be motivated to win (but we weren't, so why would they?)