Whether it turns out that way or not, there isn't anyone in this current squad who would get anywhere near any of those teams.
For the last 4 months of that season I honestly thought we'd hammer ever team we'd play. And normally we did. Didn't even feel like that in th 80's such was volume of goals that season. Sadly also shipped a few.
a small minority in here have to be always right and look for every avenue to exploit it..I don't think we have played poorly at all this season.. every league match we have been the better side. Its just been the usual defensive errors that have cost us..
Untill we win the league we will always fall short of the past glories and that stands to reason!!.
Leader of all..master of none..
A loss and a draw shouldn't really revolutionise anyone's thoughts imo. The squad assessment is what you think it is, a blip in results doesn't really change my assessment of the squad nor Klopp's of the side.
Origi behind Coutinho, Sturridge & Ings for some, has scored 4 in 4 games.
Which reasonably is a player whose only featuring with Phil & Danny injured. He's been ahead of Ings.
Can missed the last game so he/Origi could have been benched for Lallana , but that's*speculating on Klopp ignoring his/both goalscoring streak (turnovers v afcb aside) and whether he'd have picked wiji or Lallana as a wide forward in the front 3.
The problem of late has been a systemic issue , with some players more at fault than others clearly. Lack of leadership for me and composure, which ultimately sets the this side below Rafa's mighty midfield 3 side.
Lovren & Karius imo been the most obvious individuals.
Where we have as cover Migs , Sahko , Klavan as depth. Last season's starting keeper and left-centreback.
Klopp probably won't pick Sahko, though I'd start him v boro!.
He'll probably stick with Karius. Think he's right do so on his call albeit his form hasn't been great.
Klopp said Lovren had a cramp at half-time and was pulled due to a hamstring injury call by the medical staff.
I do wonder if Lovren has irked Klopp.
I'm a tugger, and proud. It feels good to tug: it beats being all pent up.
Losing one match in 17 games is good, and with the injuries we've had n all.
Of course, this is a a 'blip', but we'll be back, and even stronger, mark my optimistic words.