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It's not easy as a manager but I'd have taken that chance earlier and the substitutions shouldn't have been just player for player, but more tactical.feedback
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Oct 15 2017
Jamie Carragher has most recently been quoted in an article called Liverpool already out of title race and playing catch-up on top four, claims Carragher. Jamie Carragher said, “It would have given Liverpool an extra attacking player on the pitch - it could have cost them the game, but it could have won them the game - but the position Liverpool are in, it was a game they had to go for.”. Jamie Carragher has been quoted a grand total of 57 times in 32 articles.
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Sep 08 2017

If you compare him to Coutinho, who is a fantastic player which is why Barcelona want him, but if he carries on the way he is going, the top clubs around Europe will be looking at him because he has been a revelation since he came in.feedback

Sep 08 2017

I'd make an argument for that, especially with the way Jurgen Klopp likes to play. I think he's massively important. You see the goals that he's got and his goals record for a wide player is phenomenal since he's come to the club. All the other players on the list (players with the best minutes per goal ratio) are top strikers in the Premier League. For Mane to be there, it shows his impact.feedback

Aug 31 2017

I am sure he would have had conversations with Arsene Wenger about playing in central midfield, but maybe he thought he had better options. And his poor injury record does not help. But going forward, Liverpool's midfield three were outstanding against Arsenal, while you also have Coutinho to come back, who was Liverpool's best player last season, and Lallana, who was also outstanding.feedback

Aug 31 2017

So maybe if he plays as a back-up for when Mane or Salah are out, that makes more sense. But he stated he wants to play in central midfield, so that is Jurgen Klopp's problem.feedback

Aug 23 2017 - World Cup

In his time England have not had a great tournament that you could look back on in the way that England players of Euro 96 or the World Cup in 1990 can.feedback

Aug 23 2017

It probably stops all the questions to himself… and to manager Gareth Southgate. I also think it is great for Everton as well.feedback

Aug 23 2017

He has gone back to Everton and I'm sure over the next two or three years he will want to make a big mark there in terms of helping Everton challenge for the top four and maybe winning a trophy or two. This gives them a great opportunity to do that.feedback

Aug 23 2017

There's no doubt he has been one of, if not the best England player of his generation. Maybe Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard would also be in that group, but he is England's top goalscorer.feedback

Aug 23 2017 - World Cup

I think it's a great decision for everyone, even England really. They have got younger players coming through with Southgate heading towards the World Cup. He gets to mould his own team and I think it works for everyone.feedback

Aug 23 2017

That has been missing for Wayne but that comes from all of us who were involved over that time. We didn't do enough as a squad.feedback

Aug 23 2017

If he carries on the way he is going, the top clubs around Europe will be looking at him, because he has been a revelation since he came in.feedback

Aug 22 2017

Liverpool have had such a poor window, they couldn't be seen to be letting go of him. Now if Liverpool three big targets of Virgil Van Dijk, Naby Keita and Mo Salah had all come in the door, it may have been easier to prise him away.feedback

Aug 22 2017

Even a supporter might have thought '120m for Coutinho?' with the ability to go and spend that with a few weeks of the season to go, but they were never going to sell him because of the fact they had not bought enough players in.feedback

Aug 07 2017

There's nothing wrong with it. That's football.feedback

Jul 30 2017

I think that Liverpool fans should really enjoy him over the next 12 months as if a big-money offer does come in at the end of next season and if the player wants to play for Barcelona then there is not really much LFC can do.feedback

Jul 30 2017

Let's just hope we see him in a Liverpool shirt next season, which I think we will, and then let's see where things go from there.feedback

Jul 30 2017

Hopefully we can get 12 more months out of him. When he signed his five-year deal, I didn't think that he would see it out.feedback

Jun 18 2017

It makes the bench a lot stronger and your team a lot stronger. It is not just numbers. It is about getting the right quality that can go straight into the team.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Christmas

But over the season, especially around Christmas and January, it was evident that the squad was not big enough or strong enough. That needs adding to.feedback

Jun 09 2017 - Champions League

We've just got to make sure we get in it and hopefully that will attract the players.feedback

Jun 06 2017

When he plays and he doesn't score you're basically down to 10 men because he doesn't offer anything else.feedback

Jun 06 2017

He wasn't too happy that I'd said that, but my point was that a player of his quality, you either play or you go.feedback

Jun 06 2017

As soon as I got on the plane, I could see Sturridge wasn't his normal self with me. And he pulled me in Australia after the game, or at half time when we'd come off. I was happy he said it. It's fair enough; we give stick out, and plenty of praise too, so who are we to say that someone can't have an opinion on us? The only reason to have him in the team is for finishing ability. He doesn't do anything else in the game now.feedback

May 09 2017

It's a big jump. To go from a team right at the bottom to a team right at the top. I don't think he's quite at that level. If you're paying £25million on a centre back, you want to put him straight in your team to make a massive difference.feedback

May 01 2017

I've been critical of him in the past and said before maybe he's more of a holding midfield player. Would you believe this is Lucas' third assist in five games? After going 100 games creating one. It's not really Can's game, but he's made the run and stand and admire this finish. At times you need a moment of magic and we just got it.feedback

Apr 18 2017

The fact he's come out early with this announcement I see him playing for someone else next season. Hopefully for us it's in the Premier League.feedback

Apr 18 2017

The timing seems a bit strange on the back of yesterday's game and result. But for me, he's the best centre-back in the Premier League era. An absolute legend and he'll certainly go down as Chelsea's greatest player. He's one of the greats of the Premier League era and number one for me. I think he's got a lot to offer as a player in the Premier League. You associate him as a one club man and I think it's always sad when a player of that stature for a club puts a shirt on for someone else.feedback

Apr 14 2017

Azpilicueta is the best defender in the league. You can talk about full-backs now being wingers. If there was any full-back who I'd want on my team it'd be Azpilicueta, straight in.feedback

Apr 11 2017

I think they just wanted it more. You could tell they wanted it more. You could sense that from the kickoff.feedback

Apr 10 2017

Would you want that type of man for your daughter? Cowards, ducking out of challenges?! From top to bottom, this club is not right.feedback

Apr 10 2017

Sometimes these players, they come out and try to look out for themselves - don't tell me what happened after the game, show me in the game. It's now looking like the players want to change. I'm a massive admirer of him but it's time for a change. The whole club looks a problem. It seems this acceptance of top four has set in. Forget top four, it shouldn't have anything to do with it for Arsenal - go for trophies, not top four.feedback

Apr 04 2017 - Manchester United

When you play at the top level, if you get a chance you must take it.feedback

Mar 17 2017 - Manchester United

Mourinho had tested Conte before, goading him and sniping at him. It all started on the afternoon Chelsea dismantled Manchester United 4-0 in October, when Mourinho shouted down the Italian's ear at the end of the game and accused him of lacking respect. There were other issues, not least on February 11 when Mourinho said, Chelsea are a very good defensive team and defended well with lots of players. There was another dig last week, when Mourinho said he was, Surprised by the way Chelsea play.feedback

Mar 17 2017

It is nonsense to say Chelsea are defensive. There is a huge difference between being a defensive team and being very good defensively. Conte's Chelsea are the latter.feedback

Mar 17 2017 - Manchester United

Would there have been a point in those early months when a section of the Chelsea support hankered for Mourinho still being their manager? When he returned with Inter Milan in March 2010 and knocked Carlo Ancelotti's Chelsea out of the Champions League, they pined for him even more. The hankering continued last season even after Mourinho was sacked, as the crowd turned on Chelsea's players. Now the yearning is over. Monday night was the line in the sand.feedback

Mar 17 2017 - Manchester United

Conte has not allowed himself to be bullied and it felt like a huge moment on Monday when he stood up to Mourinho on the touchline as Chelsea knocked United out of the FA Cup. In many ways, it could be the moment Conte cemented his place in the affections of Chelsea's fans. What Conte has proved in the last six months is that it was naive to think he would play second fiddle to the battle for supremacy between Pep Guardiola and Mourinho. This, make no mistake, is one of the finest managers in the business.feedback

Mar 17 2017 - Manchester United

Chelsea's last Italian manager won the double in his first year, but that success – along with all the rest between Mourinho's first spell ending and his second starting – felt like it had something to do with the Portuguese. The spine of that team was his team. Now, though, Chelsea are moving into a different era and never did change feel more in the air than when the Stamford Bridge fans had a go at Mourinho during the FA Cup quarter-final. This feels like Conte's Chelsea now. Not only has he shown himself to be a special manager, but he has banished the ghost of Mourinho.feedback

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