Would definitely wait til February and see if they've had any big injuries before putting money on them, though. Odds won't change much so might as well.
They are already a long way behind Bayern in the league which could be a help as well.
Bit of a throwback from Joe Cole there.
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Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.
No, they haven't.
And yeah, I'm a fan. Seem to remember drunkenly raging about him not being brought on against Algeria in the 2010 WC. Not that he he was in any state to make a difference in that tournament, fitness wise, but.
Under-appreciated player in general, IMO.
Class performance from the little man.
Gotta say, Liverpool's attacking play has looked impressive. Don't seem solid enough for the counter attacking style to work against better sides though which I suppose explains their mediocre leagues position.
Think Joe Cole's uber cockerneeishness wound/winds a few people up the wrong way.
Plus we have, as a football watching nation, an inbuilt mistrust of skillful players, especially if they sometimes look a little lazy (& Joe has the kind of physique that gains weight easily too). Another to join the ranks of Hoddle, Waddle, B*rnes, Le Tiss, etc
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Respect for the filtering and point taken.
Cracking game this. Think the fact Liverpool threw it away backs up my point that they don't have the solidity to play so openly. Rodgers needs to be more pragmatic.
Brumby's tip of him being out by season end still looking good value.
I think the owners realising that actually they ****ed up during the transfer window will give him a few extra months even if he's under extreme pressure.
Meanwhile, typical Liverpool. Yawn.
Cole a much better England player than Barnes, but then not hard. He also would have won more English Titles than the other three put together, but again not arduous.
Actually just checked he's won more than all of them put together, a bit of a case of Lies, damn lies and Statistics though.
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Not sure why you'd use Neal and Neville as examples, both the best right back in England of their time.
Steve Nicol and Wes Brown probably better.
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