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 Indlæg : tirsdag, 03. jul, 2018 12:20 
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Om 20 år tæller en liga cup mere end en 2. plads i PL/CL.
Lige nu vil en 2. plads i PL dog give os et rygstød op imod at kunne vinde PL.
Lige nu betyder en 2. plads i CL at vi har markant lettere ved at tiltrække spillere, fans og sponsorer.

Så jeg tror det afhænger af perspektivet.

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 Indlæg : tirsdag, 03. jul, 2018 13:57 
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Thommo skrev:
Jeg skider på sølv/taber medaljen i en finale, hellere en liga cup guld end taber metal i de tre finaler Klopp har fået os i. Jeg begriber ikke man synes det er flot med taber metal, om halsen. KJeg tror også vi taber den næste finale, netop fordi vi har lavet taber hattrick. Filos of Isk, jeg kunne bare ikke være mere uenig, det er et giga problem, vi er Spurs version 2.0.

Klopp skal bare vinde den næste finale, alternativt tabe i semi´en med vilje(lidt overdrevet), de pisse usle 2. pladser er elendige, og til salg gratis. jeg forbander den CL finale rent ud sagt, deriblandt synderen der lavede to drops, og nok burde spille i marken for han kan ikke stå på mål. if you´re first you´re first, if you are second you are nothing citat Shankly, true that. Vind PL og sælg alle cups og ikke mindst og nærmest vigtigst af alt, sælg Karius, så er jeg glad.

Der er jo ikke tale om et valg? Det er ikke en forhandling. Vi kan ikke på forhånd give udtryk for, at vi nu lægger os fladt ned tre sæsoner i streg og nøjes med 13. pladser, hvis de andre så bare giver os en FA Cup og en Liga Cup om 4 år.

Det eneste vi kan forholde os til er, om vi er bedre, end vi var før Klopp. Og det er vi. Og så kan nogle af os godt glæde os over, endelig igen at være med i kampen om trofæer helt til sidste spilledag. Også selvom vi ikke vinder trofæet.

Jeg nød at følge Liverpool i 2017/18.

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 Indlæg : mandag, 30. jul, 2018 10:55 
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Jeg tror, at 2 af de nøgler, der skal til, for at vi kan løfte trofæet meget vel kan være en mere eller mindre skadefri sæson til Sturridge og så ankomsten af Shaqiri.
Mere bredde til angrebet/offensiven, så vi kan holde fuld damp hele tiden hele sæsonen og mere variation i form af flere forskellige typer, så vi bliver endnu sværere at læse og forberede sig på.

Nab & Fab er også massive indkøb, som vil sørge for en endnu bedre balance på holdet, mere tempo i boldomgangen og noget mere fysik på holdet. Keita skal nok få scoret en del mål, og Fabinho skal nok sørge for en højere udnyttelsesprocent på forhåbentlig mange flere straffespark til os, men de 2 førstnævnte kan bidrage til, at vi kan ligge til på en sæson, der i forvejen var underholdende og målrig, men vi skal score endnu flere mål, hvis vi skal overhale Man City.

Jeg er fortrøstningsfuld ift, at vi lukker færre mål ind med en nu stærkt etableret 4-back kæde, en ny verdensklasse keeper og en fremragende ny 6'er eller vores Kaptajn foran dem samt en Keita, som er eminent til at læse spillet og bryde modstanderens opspil.


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 Indlæg : mandag, 30. jul, 2018 11:20 
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Efter de seneste transfers + den øjeblikkelige fantastiske stemning omkring Liverpool, så tror jeg alle fans inderst inde vil være skuffede, såfremt vi ikke vinder et trofæ i kommende sæson.

Man kan ikke forvente trofæer i England (det kan man mere i Spanien, Italien, Frankrig og Tyskland).

Når det er sagt, så bliver man jo varm om hjertet af følgende to forhold:

Liverpool er en af de absolutte favoritter til at vinde PL
Liverpool er i puljen af favoritter til at vinde CL


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 Indlæg : mandag, 30. jul, 2018 11:23 
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En lille analyse af dybden i truppen:

There are two weeks to go until the summer transfer window slams shut, locks and closes its shutters. Jurgen Klopp has apparently announced there will be no more signings with his comments last week – “We have everything we need for the next season because I don’t think we will do anything more, I’m pretty sure of that.”

Having written this piece for AI for the past two summers, this year I’m excited to bring you the Depth chart for the 2018/19 season! Yes, there are still rumours circling a few players and positions, but based on the squad today here’s a look at how Klopp’s squad looks as the first game of the season approaches.

GOAL KEEPER:

Key Player: Alisson Becker

Liverpool’s new shot-stopper, Alisson Becker, is now the world’s most expensive ‘keeper. Statistically, he’s one of the top players in the world right now, with only Jan Oblak and David de Gea boasting higher save percentages last season. Alisson, as most fans are referring to him, also boasted the best performance in xG conceded last season, conceding eight fewer goals then the model predicted — in comparison, Karius matched his xG performance and what was the best half season from a Liverpool ‘keeper in eight years. Looking at these stats alone, let alone his distribution (he excels here two with Ederson only just performing better in short passes) this is the most excited I’ve been about a Liverpool ‘keeper in the 24 years I’ve supported the team!

Future Prospect: Kamil Grabara

Those who follow the under 18s and under 23s will be familiar with Kamil Grabara. He’s excelled over the last couple of seasons and is projected to be a good player. Could he be among the next batch of youngsters to train with the first team and play for the under 23s? I can see him slotting in as the 3rd choice this year, and being technically one of the club’s home-grown players for the Champions League should mean he’s part of the squad, even if we do only see him in training shots and sat with the travelling players, not on the bench.

The backup: Loris Karius & Simon Mignolet

Behind Alisson is a mixed bag of options, with surely at least of these players leaving by the end of August.

Loris Karius looks like he’ll be sticking around as the number 2 to Alisson. Though he’s struggled in pre-season, which is no surprise given the vitriol of abuse he’s received from fans this summer, he still has the potential to recover from his performance in the Champions League final. As mentioned above, his performance from January until that final was the best seen by a Liverpool goalkeeper in eight years (don’t believe me, check with @DanKennett). With some time out of the limelight and maybe not even playing this side of Christmas, Karius should offer a stylistically suitable backup.

Simon Mignolet is currently the forgotten man at Liverpool and at most third choice. As an international coming back from the World Cup, he will surely be looking for a new club following Alisson’s world record fee. I would imagine he’ll be shipped out once all the players return to training.

CENTRE BACK:

Key Player: Virgil van Dijk

Whether following statistics or relying on the eye test, Virgil van Dijk‘s performances easily pass both! Potentially in the top ten centre-backs in world football right now the Dutchman is not only the centrepiece of the defence but the foundations that the spine of the team is being built upon. A monster in attacking the ball in the air, a calm and collected defender when the ball in on the floor and with the vision and ability to both hit quick balls into the forwards or patiently bring the ball out from the back. If Edwards and Klopp can find him a truly world-class partner he could go on to be as big for Liverpool as the likes of Baresi or Maldini were for AC Milan.

Future Prospect: Joe Gomez

Joe Gomez spent last season in rotation with Trent Alexander-Arnold at right back for Liverpool. But, with Clyne returning from injury and his preferred position being centre-back, could this be the year he finally moves into the centre of defence full time? He’s tall, quick and has bags of natural ability. At right-back, his concentration and lack of experience sometimes saw him caught out against diagonal balls played in behind him, but in his natural role and alongside the commanding Virgil van Dijk the youngster may be ready to take his first steps toward becoming a first-team centre-half. With Matip picking up a knock, Klavan a left-sided centre-back and Lovren not yet back from his post World Cup break Gomez has an opportunity to at least start the season playing alongside the Dutchman. Having Virgil talk him through games and with Fabinho acting as a true defensive midfielder, Joe needs to make the most of the few games of the season and push to start over Lovren or Matip. If he does well Klopp has proved he’ll play the youngsters.

The Backup: Ragnar Klavan, Dejan Lovren & Joel Matip

Ragnar Klavan knows his role in the team, playing left-sided centre-back — the same position as our key man — means limited playing time for the Estonian. Seemingly happy with his role in the squad don’t expect to see him start more than 10-15 games in the domestic cups or when Van Dijk is in need of a rest. Klavan is nothing more than a solid backup, but with a better ‘keeper behind him and a strong midfield unit ahead of him he should more than suffice in his role as a fourth or fifth choice.

Dejan Lovren has recently declared himself and world-class defender, echoing similar sentiments shared by Klopp toward the end of last season. Alongside Virgil, the Croatian has certainly looked much more assured and more often then not he looks a solid, commanding centre-back for 80 minutes a game who is achingly close to being a consistent 7/10 player. But there’s the issues, consistency, for all of his Braveheart-esque moments — think back to his goal vs Dortmund — he has an uncanny ability to switch off at the wrong moment leading to a goal. Fans continue to debate his position in the team, and maybe behind Fabinho, he will win the battle as the starting right-sided centre back.

Joel Matip on paper should be Klopp’s first choice centre-back to partner van Dijk. He’s rangy, deceptively quick for his size and known as a ball playing defender. However, a mixture of injuries and playing in an ever-changing defensive lineup has meant he’s yet to live up to his billing. With Joe Gomez primed to take another developmental leap and the battle with Lovren already in place, the pressure is on Matip to ensure he’s Klopp’s preferred choice at right centre-back, as he could easily find himself falling well down the pecking order this season.

RIGHT FULL BACK:

Key Player: Trent Alexander-Arnold

Trent Alexander-Arnold is both a future prospect and a key player at right-back for Liverpool. He’s already the best attacking option we have a right back, but he has the potential go to on to become the club’s ever had. Though his defending still needs to improve, with his positioning and concentration sometimes letting him down, his attacking talent is already something to behold — remember his assist from the halfway line for Salah against Bournemouth.

Backup: Nathaniel Clyne

18 months ago, Nathaniel Clyne was the best right back we’d seen since Steve Finnan. Solid defensively, consistently 7/10 and willing to get forward. But after a serious back injury, his 18-year-old understudy came in and made the position his own. Though Clyne is likely to regain the backup right back birth from Joe Gomez, he’s likely to be rotated to help manage Trent’s minutes after a massive upturn last season and being part of England’s World Cup squad. Though he’s pencilled in to start the season as the first choice right-back, don’t expect this to remain the case. Isn’t is great seeing someone good enough to start for most of the Premier League as our backup option!

LEFT FULL BACK:

Key Player: Andrew Robertson

Andy Robertson started last season playing second fiddle to a resurgent Alberto Moreno, but following a run in the team covering injury, he quickly became the first choice. Robbo’s epic press, relentless work rate and ever-improving crossing have seen his stock rise quickly. He’s potentially locked down the first choice spot for years to come and it would take the signing of a world class player to knock him off his perch.

Backup: Alberto Moreno

Alberto Moreno started last season in the best form we’d seen from him in a couple of years, following a year as a backup to James Milner. He seems to have matured and though his last-ditch tackling has its own unique style, he no longer feels a liability to our team. With VvD at left centre back too he knows there is a world class player on his inside. Like Clyne, Albie could easily start for a lot of Premier League teams so having him as our second choice offers decent depth and a good attacking option.

CENTRE MIDFIELD:

Key Players: Fabinho & Naby Keita

Fabinho might just be the difference maker for Liverpool is the big games this season. The pressure from the fans will be on the attacking talent at Klopp’s disposal, but in Fabinho LFC have their first defensive midfielder since Javier Mascherano left the club. A converted fullback with pace, physicality and an eye for a pass, the defence first midfielder will be key in allowing both or the fullbacks and Naby Keita to push on when needing to chase a goal. At 6′ 2″ he offers projects as both a defensive presence and attacking threat in the box during set pieces. I for one am excited to see what Fabinho brings to the team once he settles into Klopp’s system,.

Naby Keita could be the most anticipated signing to Liverpool’s midfield since Steven Gerrard broke through. Whether watching him in preseason (where’s he seems to be settling with incredible ease) or for RB Leipzig, Keita brings a real edge to Liverpool’s midfield. He can drive at the opposition with the ball at his feet like a top winger, he has the range of passing of a deep-lying playmaker and the tenacity & engine of a box-to-box midfielder. With Fabinho behind him, and the likes of Wijnaldum and Ox next to him Naby Keita is going the be the driving force behind a dynamic, powerful and creative midfield for years to come.

Backup: Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gini Wijnaldum

Jordan Henderson is in for a challenging season at Liverpool this year. The captain has been playing as the deepest lying midfielder for the past couple of seasons, and though he’s likely to fill in on occasion he’s likely to have lost that position to Fabinho. Saying that, Henderson’s most productive seasons at Liverpool have been as a box-to-box midfielder, if he can get his fitness into a position to reprise this role then he could still have a place in the team. If not, then we’ll likely see him replaced in the next 12 months. But like Clyne and Moreno, he’d be a great squad player.

Adam Lallana must be looking at the signing of Keita, the performances of Curtis Jones in pre-season and the links to Nabil Fekir and wonder if his days are numbered. Klopp clearly likes Lallana as a player, but two years of injuries and the evolution of the team (and quality of players coming in) leaves him well down the pecking order this season. Lallana most likely will form a backup midfield option alongside Milner and Henderson or Wijnaldum this season. A player who still divides popular opinion may have to consider leaving the club for first team football in reality.

James Milner may move at the speed of a tugboat, but once again he’s returned to pre-season as one of the fittest players. If used sparingly and appropriately Milner could continue to delver for Liverpool this coming season. Though he seemed to run out of steam at the end of last season, his performances as a whole after the New Year go to show he’s still got a few more miles left on the clock. As a consummate professional and someone who appears well liked by his team mates I expect to see him see out his contract with the club filling in at all three midfield positions and at his usual 7/10 week in/out level if his minutes are managed. Expect to see him captain our domestic cup competitions, where he can help bring on the next generation of youngsters.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gets a mention here, but more from the view that he’ll become an important player next season. Due to spending most of this season on the sidelines he’ll likely replace James Milner next summer as a key rotation piece due to his pace, power and versatility. His purposeful and direct running style in a midfield of Fabinho and Keita could be an important piece of a midfield three primed to overrun weaker opposition. While it’s sad he’s set to miss out most of the season, he should come back ready to really impact the team in summer 2019.

Gini Wijnaldum looks to be competing with Jordan Henderson for the third starter role with Fabinho and Keita this season. Great in transition, good energy and wonderful at home he should remain an important team member. But with his woeful away performances, he’ll have to battle to keep his place this season with the quality of players coming in. Should the Fekir deal happen, expect to see him drop to the bench alongside Henderson.

Future Prospect: Curtis Jones

Curtis Jones has been part of Klopp’s preseason team and has demonstrated ability and confidence beyond what was expected from a 17 years old. Another dynamic midfielder happy driving at the opposition and a number 10 at heart, if he can develop into a combo 8 & 10 style attacking midfielder over the next 2-3 years Curtis could the successor to Gerrard’s throne. However, in Klopp’s career, he’s handed little over 50 first team minutes to 17 year olds. Expect to see Curtis on the bench for the domestic cups and travelling as part of the Champions League squads, but in terms of first team football fans will have to remain patient — not something the Anfield crowd is currently known for!

WIDE FORWARD:

Key Players: Sadio Mane & Mo Salah

Sadio Mane has proven the doubters wrong in style. In his first season his direct running, pace and power combination was just what Klopp’s team had needed, but once paired with Salah and helped by Firmino’s evolution as a centre forward, Mane reached another level last season. Goals, assists and with a skillset that leaves defenders dreading what to do, if Mane continues his trajectory this season then something special will happen at Anfield in the coming months.

Mo Salah was a Champions League winning medal away from the Balon d’Or this year — and in all seriousness could still go on to win it. If Salah can even match 80% of last season’s performance, let alone go onto another level we could well be watching the most defining moment at the club for 27 years. Goals, goals and more goals, creating space for those around him and an almost telepathic relationship with Trent Alexander-Arnold he’s the most exciting player in the Premier League right now.

Backup: Xherdan Shaqiri & Ben Woodburn

Xherdan Shaqiri is an astute signing from the Edwards and Klopp dream team. In a relegated team that was devoid of excitement last season, Shaqiri still managed to pick up eight goals and seven assists. A player who has been linked to the cliub on and off for around five years now, it’s great to see him finally join the club. Shaqiri offers a genuine option as Salah’s backup on the right of the front three. He can score goals from distance, he’s acceleration and strength are phenomenal and he offers something Liverpool have sorely missed… a specialist set piece taker. Expect to see Shaqiri play enough minutes to allow Mane and Salah the rest they will need while also being on the pitch enough to build up his own rhythm. If Shaqiri can match the work rate and pressing Klopp demands he could go on to prove to be exactly what was missing from the front three.

Ben Woodburn has been around the first team squad for a couple of seasons now, and it still feels we’re yet to see what he can really offer the team. Stuck in the limbo of either being protected by Klopp, or not trusted by him, this needs to be his breakout season. Though Shaqiri will take the majority of backup minutes this coming season, if Woodburn can offer something in the domestic cups and put in some positive performances from the bench we may not need to see another wide player join the club for a good few years. Liverpool fans need to air on the side of cautious optimism here.

STRIKER:

Key Player: Roberto Firmino

Roberto “Bobby” Firmino has stepped from cult to club hero in the past 12 months. Adding real production in both goals and assists to his tireless play Firmino was a joy to watch next season — though he still needs to curb some of his no look goal attempts! Fans and pundits alike were clambering for a 25-30 goal a season striker last summer and Firmino when on to be that player. Alongside Salah’s magic and Sadio’s power, Firmino is the lynchpin of Liverpool’s attack. Not a true centre forward or a false 9, but somewhere in between his goal against City in the Champions League last season epitomised what he’s become. A relentless work horse with wonderful flair and now the goals to boot. And if Liverpool can win the league just imagine the party this lad would throw!

Future Prospect: Rhian Brewster

Rhian Brewster is a little bit off an enigma at the moment for Liverpool. Last summer there was much hype and hope he would be part of the first team squad before his injury. Now a year older and with a new contract, Rhian is nicely placed to finally make that move. An exciting youngster who could be the closest player out there most suited to backup Fimino, Brewster projects to be a top player. If he can come back from injury with the mentality Joe Gomez showed last season, and continue on his path we’ll hopefully see the teenage leading the line in cup games and coming on to pick up sub minutes this season. But as with Jones and Woodburn, Liverpool fans need to be patient — Brewster could go on to wow Klopp this year TAA did last year, or fall into the background not to be seen until preseason 2019.

Backup: Divock Origi, Danny Ings, Dominic Solanke, Daniel Sturridge

Divock Origi isn’t doing himself too many favours this preseason. Following a loan at Wolfsburg where he picked up seven goals in over 30 appearances it will be no great surprise should Origi be shown the door this summer. As things stand I don’t see him being part of Klopp’s squad much longer.

Danny Ings already looks like he has one foot out of the door. He’s missed the US Tour (though that was cited to be due to injury) and the links away from the club aren’t going away. Southampton seem to be interested and he would be a good signing for a mid table team. However, his days on Merseyside look numbered.

Dominic Solanke is an interesting player in Klopp’s squad. Last season he couldn’t hit the back of a barn door, but the rest of his play was positive and in run ours for England’s youth squads he’s also shown himself to be a canny operator in the number 10 role. Without wanting to set expectations too high, something about his pay reminds me of Harry Kane back when he was at Millwall. Built like an old school centre forward but with a good touch and intelligent play this boy has lots of potential, but it feels like he needs to follow in Harry Wilson’s footsteps and go out on loan where he can be a starter week in, week out.

Daniel Sturridge has fallen back in love with the club and the fans have fallen for him once again too bye the look of things during pre-season. We all know what he can offer us when fit, firing and happy. Yes, fitness is a worry, but is his minutes are managed appropriately I can’t see why he can’t fill in as back up to Bobby in the goal scoring false 9 role this season. He has the natural ability and skill for sure, and not relying on an explosive burst of pace off the defenders shoulder may suit him too. But the biggest thing this summer seems to be how happy he is, there’s a budding bromance on and off the pitch brewing with Naby, so let’s hope Klopp can harness this once again. Something tells me we’re going to see some game changing performances and 15+ goals from Sturridge this season.

CONCLUSION

All in all, Liverpool have the strongest looking team I can remember since seeing Gerrard, Hyypia, Mascherano, Torres and Xabi Alonso lined up in red. But to add to this, with the likes of Henderson, Milner, Shaqiri, Sturridge and Wijnaldum on the bench this could be the strongest squad since the ’80s. There’s a real balance of quality, youth and experience in this seasons squad. Though one final sprinkling of start dust and centre back on attacking midfield wouldn’t go amiss, the transfer committee have assembled a truly exciting and potentially title wining squad for the coming season.

Potential 25 man squad

Alisson Becker
Loris Karius
Kamil Grabara (home grown)
Virgil van Dijk
Joe Gomez (home grown)
Ragnar Klavan
Dejan Lovren
Joel Matip
Trent Alexander-Arnold (home grown)
Nathaniel Clyne
Andrew Robertson
Alberto Moreno
Fabinho
Jordan Henderson
Naby Keita
Alex Oxlande-Chamberlain (might not be registered until January)
Adam Lallana
James Milner
Gini Wijnaldum
Sadio Mane
Mo Salah
Xherdan Shaqiri
Ben Woodbrun (home grown)
Robert Frimino
Daniel Sturrdige

Potential under 21s (registration not required)

Curtis Jones
Rhian Brewster
Dominic Solanke

Likely departures:

Simon Mignolet
Danny Ings
Divock Origi


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 Indlæg : mandag, 30. jul, 2018 14:55 
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Lige nu vil jeg tro vi ender som nummer 2.

Seriøse skader er det eneste der lige nu kan få os væk derfra. Får vi en Fekir eller tilsvarende ELLER Sturridge holder sig skadesfri, så kan vi udfordre City.

Så stor er min tro på næste sæson lige nu.

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 Indlæg : mandag, 30. jul, 2018 16:01 
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Puha, hvis vi antager at vi er færdige med indkøb for sæsonen... Så er mine forventninger at vi er med i mesterskabskampen i et eller andet omfang. Det må ikke gå som i fjor, hvor vi var helt ude af kampen lang tid inden jul. Om det rækker til en 1., 2. eller 4. plads :dontknow: kommer lidt an på de andre hold.
Desuden skal vi selvfølgelig også videre fra CL gruppen og helst nå til 1/4 finalen også, men det afhænger også af lodtrækningerne.
Selvfølgelig ville et cup run ikke værre skidt, men CL og PL skal være første prioritet og derfor er cup runs en scene for vores næstbedste spillere at folde sig ud. Jeg kan sagtens acceptere en ny 4. plads, hvis det igen er fordi vi bruger energi på at komme i endnu en CL finale, men så skal den 4. plads også være en lille smule mere sikker end i foråret.

Det vigtigste er næsten at vi fortsætter den positive udvikling, men en naturlig fortsættelse ville jo også være at vinde et trofæ.

Det er sådan en grov skitse af minimumskravene. ambitionen er selvfølgelig at vinde alle fire turneringer, med særligt fokus på PL og CL.

Jeg tror at vi har reel mulighed for at blive nummer 1 i ligaen, men det kræver en god start og fravær af skader til nøglespillere(City bliver heller ikke mestre igen hvis de Bruynne og Silva får 3 måneders skader samtiddig).

Vi har haft et rigtig godt vindue og det ser lovende ud, men heldigvis skal det hele jo afgøres ude på græsset og vi kan jo godt risikere at Alisson og Fabinho lige skal bruge et par måneder til at komme i gang og hvis City så er lige så stærke som sidst, så kan løbet meget vel være kørt inden vi får holdet på plads.


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18 ud af 19 siger Man City som mestre, og 17 af dem mener, at Liverpool ender som nr. 2. 1 enkelt forudsiger, at vi bliver mestre, og de fleste forventer, at vi giver Man City kamp til stregen:

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2018/08/h ... ls-season/


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Premier League har vel aldrig været tættere op til denne sæson? Der er på papiret minimal udsving i styrkeforholdet mellem de 6 store hold, hvorfor det er svært at forudsige udfaldet. Jeg tror ikke, at Liverpool har den fornødne bredde til at blive mestre - en skade på visse nøglepositioner vil udstille den manglende bredde. Her tænker jeg primært på VVD og de tre i front.

Tilsvarende mangler der et bindeled mellem midtbane og angreb. Efter Coutinho’s afgang og Oxlade Chamberlains skade er Lallana det tætteste vi kommer på denne spillertype, men Lallana virker på nuværende tidspunkt ikke til at genfinde formen fra 16/17 sæsonen. Lallana virker ikke længere til at have det fysiske overskud, der i den grad er en vigtig bestanddel, når man analyserer hans spillestil.

Når jeg læser diverse eksperters analyse af Liverpools chancer i den kommende sæson, peger de fleste på, at midteraksen er markant forstærket ved købet af Allison, Fabinho og Keita, og Liverpool dermed skal betragtes som førsteudfordrer til Manchester City. Jeg er enig i, at specielt Allison og Keita på papiret er klare forstærkninger sammenlignet med sidste sæson, men samtidig synes jeg også, at førnævnte eksperter antager, at disse tre spillere fra dag et går ind og løfter niveauet. Dette er nødvendigvis ikke tilfældet, da visse spillere kræver en længere indkøringsperiode. Robertson er et glimrende eksempel herpå. Jeg håber selvfølgelig, at alle tre følger i VVD’s fodspor, men realistisk set tror jeg, at det bliver en blandet omgang bolsjer, hvor vi først rigtigt får fuld valuta for pengene efter jul.

Jeg tror med afsæt i ovenstående, at Liverpool ender på en 4. plads og klarer sig godt i én af de tre cupturneringer. Skulle det ende med CL kvalifikation og et trofæ i FA Cup’en, vil det også være godkendt taget i betragtning, at Klopp stadigvæk er 1-2 spillere fra at kunne påtage sig den favoritrolle, som så mange gerne vil pådutte ham.


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Premier League har vel aldrig været tættere op til denne sæson? Der er på papiret minimal udsving i styrkeforholdet mellem de 6 store hold, hvorfor det er svært at forudsige udfaldet. Jeg tror ikke, at Liverpool har den fornødne bredde til at blive mestre - en skade på visse nøglepositioner vil udstille den manglende bredde. Her tænker jeg primært på VVD og de tre i front.

Tilsvarende mangler der et bindeled mellem midtbane og angreb. Efter Coutinho’s afgang og Oxlade Chamberlains skade er Lallana det tætteste vi kommer på denne spillertype, men Lallana virker på nuværende tidspunkt ikke til at genfinde formen fra 16/17 sæsonen. Lallana virker ikke længere til at have det fysiske overskud, der i den grad er en vigtig bestanddel, når man analyserer hans spillestil.

Når jeg læser diverse eksperters analyse af Liverpools chancer i den kommende sæson, peger de fleste på, at midteraksen er markant forstærket ved købet af Allison, Fabinho og Keita, og Liverpool dermed skal betragtes som førsteudfordrer til Manchester City. Jeg er enig i, at specielt Allison og Keita på papiret er klare forstærkninger sammenlignet med sidste sæson, men samtidig synes jeg også, at førnævnte eksperter antager, at disse tre spillere fra dag et går ind og løfter niveauet. Dette er nødvendigvis ikke tilfældet, da visse spillere kræver en længere indkøringsperiode. Robertson er et glimrende eksempel herpå. Jeg håber selvfølgelig, at alle tre følger i VVD’s fodspor, men realistisk set tror jeg, at det bliver en blandet omgang bolsjer, hvor vi først rigtigt får fuld valuta for pengene efter jul.

Jeg tror med afsæt i ovenstående, at Liverpool ender på en 4. plads og klarer sig godt i én af de tre cupturneringer. Skulle det ende med CL kvalifikation og et trofæ i FA Cup’en, vil det også være godkendt taget i betragtning, at Klopp stadigvæk er 1-2 spillere fra at kunne påtage sig den favoritrolle, som så mange gerne vil pådutte ham.
Jeg er enig i, at vi ikke kan tåle at nøglespillere bliver skadet. Men det er der på den anden side heller ikke andre der helt kan tåle uden at miste kvalitet. Hvilket jo er helt naturligt.
Jeg køber ikke helt den der med at vi lige mangler de sidste to spillere, for det vil enhver manager (også dem fra sofaen) vel sige. Man får uhyre sjældent det perfekte hold. Jeg kan nævne utroligt få af slagsen rent historisk.
Så jeg synes din analyse er helt reel, men jeg deler ikke helt din vurdering af os. Jeg tror helt seriøst at vi har nået et niveau, hvor vi er frygtede. Selvfølgelig skal vi undgå skader og heldet skal være med os, men jeg ser ingen grund til at skrue forventningerne så langt ned.

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Mine forventninger har ikke været højere til en sæson siden sidste halvdel af 00’erne. Vi har et hold, som er ungt, spændende, tempofyldt, har masser af talent og erfaring.

Vi har fået en ny målmand, og det er altafgørende for vores mesterskabschancer. Karius havde ikke klassen. Men nu har vi en målmand som kan måles sig med hvilken som helst i ligaen. Det er vel kun De Gea, som er deroppe med Alisson.

Vores forsvar er også styrket med Clynes genkomst, han kan presse og aflaste Arnold. Nu må vi se hvad der sker med Lovren, men jeg håber Gomez vil få en chance eller to i midten. Det bliver spændende med Matip. Han havde en skidt sæson med skader. Han har noget at bevise. Robertson har bare taget mig med storm. Hvis han viser samme form i den ny sæson, så har vi en af de bedste i PL på den position.

Midtbanen er styrket markant med tilgangen af Fabinho, Keita, og Shaqiri kan jo også spille 8’er positionen. VI har også Hendo, Gini, Milner, Lallana og vores unge håb Curtis Jones.

Angrebet er verdensklasse, og det har fået en god backup i Shaqiri, og hvis nu Sturridge kan vise samme form som i pre-season og holde sig skadesfri, så tegner det lovende. Men de tre faste har efterhånden indarbejdet en god forståelse af hinandens bevægelsesmønstre, at det bliver en ren fornøjelse at følge dem.

Holdets rygrad er blevet forstærket med Alisson, Fabinho og Keita. De kan alle vise verdensklasse momenter. Det tror og håber jeg vil løfte holdet til endnu bedre præstationer.

Men vi er stadig sårbare. Hvis Alisson bliver skadet, skal vi trækkes med Karius i mål. Det samme med VVD, han er også nærmest uerstattelig i forsvaret. Salah har vi også vanskeligt ved at erstatte. Men undgår vi skader til disse spillere, så har vi en god mulighed for at vinde skabet.

Det er meget positivt at vi har lavet et succesfuldt transfervindue. Efter min mening kan det vise sig at blive ligeså succesfuldt, som den gang vi hentede Beardsley og Barnes i samme transfervindue. Vi har adresseret alle de svage punkter på holdet, og forstærket dem markant.

Jeg er positiv og jeg tror vi ender 1-2. Det bliver mellem os og Man C, og med Spurs lige i hælene. Mourinho går ind i sin tredje sæson for Man U, og vi ved alle hvad det betyder. Arsenal og Chelsea er de to ubekendte i denne sæson. De har begge nye managere, som har deres debutsæson i PL, og det bliver interessant at følge dem.

Jeg håber vi får et trofæ i denne sæson. Det ska vi da ha!

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Top-3 i PL er mindstekravet. CL i foråret er mindstekravet. En finalesejr i en af de tre cup-turneringer er en meget klar målsætning.


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Godkendt sæson: Top-4, CL i foråret
(værdien af 3 gange i træk er imo SÅ høj, jeg ville sælge sæsonen for en top-4 any day)

God sæson:
Top3 i PL, kvart-finale i CL og 1 semi-finale i en cup.

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2. plads i PL. Semi i CL, og en cup finale med sejr i.

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Jeg tror ikke, at Liverpool har den fornødne bredde til at blive mestre - en skade på visse nøglepositioner vil udstille den manglende bredde. Her tænker jeg primært på VVD og de tre i front.

Jeg er enig i, at vi ikke kan tåle at nøglespillere bliver skadet. Men det er der på den anden side heller ikke andre der helt kan tåle uden at miste kvalitet. Hvilket jo er helt naturligt.

Jeg føler, at vi i denne sæson står bedre rustet i forhold til skader, end vi har gjort meget længe.

Med Shaqiri i truppen er jeg ikke nervøs for en skade til en af de forreste tre. Og så længe Sturridge er fit, så er min ro overvældende. Ud fra hvad jeg har set i pre-season (som dog ikke er bekræftet i en gældende kamp), så kan vi sætte Salah og Firmino på bænken og starte med Shaqiri og Sturridge uden at være svækket. Nok en farlig konklusion at lave på baggrund af pre-season, men ikke desto mindre en bekræftelse af troen på, at det om ikke andet er høj kvalitet vi har på bænken.

I øvrigt føler jeg mig overbevist om, at vi stadig vil have nok offensiv kreativitet til at vinde kampe, selvom vi skulle have TRE af de fem forreste alternativer skadet. For i mine øjne bringer Keita den ekstra dimension af vision fra midten, som vi måske har manglet. Noget af det, som De Bruyne bringer for Man City. Og derfor kan eksempelvis Lallana, Sturridge og Mane på de forreste pladser, som jeg ser det, stadig være et potent angreb i en eventuel skadesperiode, selvom jeg da ikke håber, at det kommer dertil.

På midten virker vi til at have spandevis af kvalitet og alternativer. Det samme gælder begge backs, hvor Moreno, Clyne, Gomez, Milner og også Fabinho kan træde til, hvis der er skade til TAA eller Robbo.

Jeg er enig i, at VVD med længder er vores bedste midterforsvarer. Men jeg er ikke enig i, at vi ikke kan have et konkurrencedygtigt forsvar uden ham. Lovren og Matip kan sagtens være stærke sammen, mens Gomez er den lidt ubekendte overraskelse, som kan overhale de to. Og hvis Alisson virkelig er en markant bedre målmand end Karius og Mignolet, så bør det vel også helt automatisk give et par procenter til midterforsvaret - uanset hvem der spiller.

Og så er der sammenligningen med konkurrenterne. For som Jesper skriver, så vil de også kunne mærke det, hvis de får skader til deres førstevalg. Det gælder især for Spurs, Chelsea og Arsenal. Men selv Man Utd og Man City vil kunne mærke det, når deres bedste midterforsvarer og centrale midtbanespillere er ude. Og for alle hold gælder det vel på målmandsposten - men allermest for Man Utd.

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Bliver det Mané eller Salah, der løber med topscorer-titlen denne sæson ?

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