from doubters to believers to sky-high achievers
- Jan 26, 2017
Looks like 'Taki' is the short name he prefers.
Haha, that reminds me of this joke I heard long long ago:-But he wasn’t in Japan.
Unless Melwood has moved.
He seems to speak a lot of senses things stuff. Yes lad give your all and we ll support with our all. He looks to me like the VvD signing just when we thought we somehow are a bit short in terms of rotation and quality and we put something like him on top. Delighted and Wellcome Taki
Anou, sumimasen ga... watashi wa doitsu kara kimashita! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Shitsurei!
I've seen both - written with m and with n. Just speculation , but maybe n would be correct in written translation from Kanji , whereas m is closer to the actual phonetics.Except it's 'gambatte"
First things first: who's gonna be his bezzie / cliquemates?Think this lad had a pretty good Chrismas too. Signed a nice contract, watching us win the WC and to top it of beating the #2 0-4 at their turf. Bet January the first can't come quickly enough for him.
https://www.premierleague.com/news/1494731New players signed on 1-2 January will not be eligible for Matchweek 21, but they can be made available for the following Matchweeks as clubs are permitted to make changes to their squad lists throughout the January window.
Money, money, money; always funny, even in Liverpool's world. Ta da, dadadida !
I am a fan of the more mundane explanation. That our players were impressed with him, as you well know (I know you know this, since you know everything on twitter regarding Liverpool), Klopp claimed that he was told by several of our players that they wanted Liverpool to buy him, and then Klopp could tell them that the club was already working on it. At this moment in time, the deal could still have gone to bad, but I think you are right that Salah and some others maybe expected him to join. But who knows, fun to speculate eh ?Did they know it ?
Just to continue to "one up at ya" for another post, I would challenge that and claim that his work rate is more like a common Ashigaru. Those guys were the real warriors of the Shogunate Era after all, having to march everywhere, eat cheap food and get thrown into the fight as if their lives meant nothing (it didn't, they were mere pawns for the Samurai class, and peasants had no rights under that awful serfdom). Besides, he seems honourable and comes across as honest, ninjas were neither.Given his looks, ability and versatility, ninja is more apt a handle than samurai.
…......……...…......……..Red Ninja Takumi…......……...…......……..