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    Your team v RB Leipzig (2nd leg)

    Really hope this provides some chance to hit a mini-reset for a few lads. International break in a few games time can hopefully do the same. We are hard to watch right now.

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    .......Mane.........Jones........Jota

    ........................Salah

    Won't be what Klopp will do but hey. Tempted to have Thiago in as it's Europe, tempted to have Tsimikas in to give Robertson a match off and offer something different.

    Nice to go into a match with a cushion given the recent form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious View Post
    Really hope this provides some chance to hit a mini-reset for a few lads. International break in a few games time can hopefully do the same. We are hard to watch right now.

    .......................Alisson

    Trent........Phillips......Kabak...Tsimikas

    ..............Fabinho..........Keita

    .......Mane.........Jones........Jota

    ........................Salah

    Won't be what Klopp will do but hey. Tempted to have Thiago in as it's Europe, tempted to have Tsimikas in to give Robertson a match off and offer something different.

    Nice to go into a match with a cushion given the recent form.
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    Alisson
    Trent
    Robbo
    Kabak
    Fabinho
    Thiago
    Gini
    Jones
    Mane
    Jota
    Salah

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    Anyone advocating Keita starting against Leipzig must be crazy. He was as shit as hes ever been today. And thats pretty much all the time. A handful or less good games in 3 seasons. I'm failing to see why he should be in this side at all, at any time let alone when the chips are down.
    Midfield did nothing more without Thiago in it so in a CL game I'd rather see him in.
    We need solidity in there not powder puffs, if Leipzig have any sense at all they will come at us with everything they've got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEGS View Post
    Alisson

    Trent Kabak Fabinho Robertson

    Thiago Wijanldum Jones

    Salah Jota Mane
    Yep your team for sure Legs, have a feeling, might be wrong, Naglesman will start with 2 up, possibly Polsen (spell) and that quick lad who cam on and cause our defence some issues in the last 10 of the first leg

    I could be tempted by a 4231

    Alisson

    Trent Kabak Fabinho Robertson

    Gini Thiago

    Oxlade Jota Mane

    Mo

    Although, our lower press concentrated in and just past their midfield, blocking their defences lines to play out using our front 3 to set traps worked very well against them last time out
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    A fantastic opportunity to enjoy a game and get ourselves a win and put ourselves in the quarter finals

    Great for our lads to play in a competition without corrupt officiating too and as a fan watching where what you know and understand are fouls are fouls and what aren't, aren't

    We get 2 penalties in our last 2 games if they're in the Champions League

    Just feels like a huge opportunity for the players to go out and perform, a level playing field after the crap we get every single Prem game must be a huge boost
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nineteenx View Post
    A fantastic opportunity to enjoy a game and get ourselves a win and put ourselves in the quarter finals

    Great for our lads to play in a competition without corrupt officiating too and as a fan watching where what you know and understand are fouls are fouls and what aren't, aren't

    We get 2 penalties in our last 2 games if they're in the Champions League

    Just feels like a huge opportunity for the players to go out and perform, a level playing field after the crap we get every single Prem game must be a huge boost
    I hope you're right. Maybe we will see a difference? Different comp, different goal to aim for and like you say maybe a boost not playing a league game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teesred View Post
    I hope you're right. Maybe we will see a difference? Different comp, different goal to aim for and like you say maybe a boost not playing a league game.
    Playing on a level playing field must be a massive lift, what's a foul is a foul, teams aren't allowed to grapple and man handle and persistently hold and drag Mo Mane Bobby Jota or any other player, it you make a foul and it's given, our lads aren't thinking "Here we fucking go again" as they surely can't help but think in Prem games, it's just a foul and if our lads are fouled, they get the foul, it's a normal game of football for a fucking change in which they can apply themselves with everything they have to get the result without any of the bullshit they're subjected to week in week out in the Prem

    It must surely be a lift and a huge breath of fresh air and I'm certain all our lads are really looking forward to playing a normal game of football on a level playing field
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    Quote Originally Posted by teesred View Post
    I hope you're right. Maybe we will see a difference? Different comp, different goal to aim for and like you say maybe a boost not playing a league game.
    I've a really bad feeling about the outcome of this match.
    Let's just say I'll be watching from behind the sofa with plenty of alcohol at hand !!

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