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In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery


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Man U have overpaid badly. Fred is a non-entity, Maguire is just an honest stopper ( I’m not sure he’s better than Evans ), Pogba is not arsed, Wan-Bissaka is above average but wouldn’t start for Liverpool...

They’ll probably park the bus again given their lack of quality.

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Klopp signs many average players and turns them into very talented players, like Robertson and Matip. He's also buys great players like Van Dijk, Alisson, Oxlade. Even Henderson the captain has improved under Klopp. Salah and Mane, exceptional players. Klopp knows what he wants from a player.

The price of the whole Liverpool team is much less than Man U.

Looking forward to the game tomorrow.

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Liverpool have fashioned a distinct style of play that now flows through the club.  Their youth team played the same style of football when they beat Everton in the recent FA Cup game.  Klopp is establishing a dynasty that in reality can only be challenged by Man City.  Man U are these days very much also-rans.  Selling Coutinho was a brilliant bit of business.  He clearly felt he was better than Liverpool and it should be noted he is far from a fan favourite at Barca.  Maguire is another who may want to question his choices.  Left Leicester who are now flying high with exciting football.  His replacement, the young Turkish guy, is also looking like the bargain of the season.   The only criticism I have of Liverpool is that they keep hoovering up our best players - I'm from Southampton.

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Herr Juergen Klopp has moulded his team into champion stuff. The boys work hard, create opportunities, score goals and are a treat to watch. Manchester United used to play attacking football during the long reign of Sir Alex Ferguson. Those good old days need to be recreated by the new brigade. The fans would love it. All the best to Liverpool and Man United footballers and fans.

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