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Old 29-06-2019, 11:36 PM   #7351
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These national teams should compensate the club if any player gets injured when they are with the national team.
I tink the club is compensated.
But means nothing

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Divock Origi, the Reds’ hero on many an occasion last season, is set to sign a new contract to tie him down for five years at Anfield, according to Football Insider.

The Belgian forward has reportedly been given assurances over playing time by Jurgen Klopp, especially at the start of next season, where the game time of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah will need to be managed following their African Cup of Nations exertions.

As a result, Origi is said to be confident he will get the minutes he wants and is ready to commit to a new contract. At 24, he needs to be playing regularly, and it appears that he will be.

His current contract was set to expire next summer, so the club were keen to tie him down to a new deal, and it seems that mission has been a success.

After the Merseyside derby, Barcelona, the Champions League final and the rest last season, that can only be good news.

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Divock Origi, the Redsí hero on many an occasion last season, is set to sign a new contract to tie him down for five years at Anfield, according to Football Insider.

The Belgian forward has reportedly been given assurances over playing time by Jurgen Klopp, especially at the start of next season, where the game time of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah will need to be managed following their African Cup of Nations exertions.

As a result, Origi is said to be confident he will get the minutes he wants and is ready to commit to a new contract. At 24, he needs to be playing regularly, and it appears that he will be.

His current contract was set to expire next summer, so the club were keen to tie him down to a new deal, and it seems that mission has been a success.

After the Merseyside derby, Barcelona, the Champions League final and the rest last season, that can only be good news.

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Another factor perhaps not mentioned is he has to deliver when given playing time. Same as any other player.
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He earns it! Respect for him as UCL winning capt as long as he dont play BackSide passing too much!
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“You look small” – Pep Guardiola explains why every player and manager fears Anfield

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Jiat lat...news of Cuntinho returning is circling....
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Jiat lat...news of Cuntinho returning is circling....
Mai ai ni leh... Wanna go Cuntinho said wanna go, now wanna come back its he again say wanna come back
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Jiat lat...news of Cuntinho returning is circling....
Must have sucked Klopp's cock really hard these few days

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On July 1 2010, following a successful spell with Fulham, Roy Hodgson was announced as the new Liverpool manager on a three-year contract.

Hodgson had just guided Fulham to a Europa League final, where they lost in extra-time to Atletico Madrid, and his stock was high. Steven Gerrard said his appointment was “worth the wait”, while Jamie Carragher said it had “given us all a lift.”

However, Hodgson lasted just six months in charge at Anfield, with the eight signings made during his one transfer window at the club failing to take the team to the next level. Here’s how they fared.

Jonjo Shelvey
In a transfer agreed during the Rafa Benitez regime, Shelvey, then only 18, joined the Reds from Charlton Athletic for £1.7million following a number of impressive displays in League One for the Addicks.

The midfielder made his debut as an extra-time substitute in the shock League Cup exit to Northampton at Anfield but went on to make 21 appearances in all competitions that season and was generally regarded as a player with promise.

He stayed for two more years before departing for Swansea in 2013 with a not-too-shabby 69 appearances and seven goals to his name for Liverpool.

He netted his first goal for Swansea against the Reds but was at fault for their two goals in the same game, and after three seasons in South Wales he moved to Newcastle United, where he finally got to work with Benitez but continues to be regarded as a talented but flawed midfielder.

Milan Jovanović
A player described as “one of the greatest players in the world” by Neighbours character Andrew Robinson (Yes, really), Jovanović was lined up by Benitez, though the forward later said either party could renege on the agreement following apparent interest from Inter.

He joined Liverpool on a free as planned after netting 69 goals in 153 games for the Belgian club, and after claiming he had previously turned down a move to Real Madrid, hopes were high for him.

He scored just twice for Liverpool, though, including in that game against Northampton.

When Hodgson left the club, Jovanović struggled for opportunities, often not even managing a place on the bench under Kenny Dalgish, and after just one season and 18 appearances for Liverpool he returned to Belgium and signed for Anderlecht.

He scored 24 goals in 90 games there before seemingly disappearing off the face of the earth.


Danny Wilson
Scottish centre-half Wilson signed for £2million from Rangers, coming with good pedigree having won the Scottish FWA Young Player of the Year award and the Scottish PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Another signing lined up by the transfer committee before Hodgson’s arrival, it was actually Kenny Dalglish who gave the defender his Premier League debut, in a 3-1 defeat against West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground.

Wilson made eight appearances in total that season but just one more over the next two as he was loaned out to Blackpool, Bristol City and Hearts, who he joined permanently in 2013.

The defender now turns out for Colorado Rapids in the MLS after a three-year spell back at Ibrox.

Joe Cole
Cole signed from Chelsea on a free transfer after his contract at Stamford Bridge expired, with Steven Gerrard soon famously comparing his technical ability to that of Lionel Messi.

Cole was a wonderful, wonderful player and might have been even better were it not for the injuries, but he started as he would go on at Anfield, getting sent off after 45 minutes of his Premier League debut for the Reds against Arsenal.

He was loaned out to Lille the following season, and after six months back at Anfield was shipped out on a free transfer back to West Ham, with Liverpool reportedly paying him £3million to get him off the wage bill.

After spells with Aston Villa and Coventry City, Cole finished his career with Tampa Bay Rowdies in the North American Soccer League.

Christian Poulsen
Poulsen joined from Juventus for ¬£4.5million on a three-year contract as a replacement for Javier Mascherano, but it’s fair to say he did not impress supporters.

In November, attempting to defend Poulsen, Hodgson said: “He’s not that bad on the ball, but let’s not beat about the bush and try to disguise the fact – he’s had a bad start.”

Damned by faint praise.

He improved slightly under Kenny Dalglish but ultimately was deemed not as good as Jay Spearing, and was sold to Evian after just one season and 12 appearances in the Premier League.

Poulsen went on to spend two years at Ajax before retiring in 2015 after one final season back in Denmark with Copenhagen.
Brad Jones
After Middlesbrough failed to gain promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt, Jones sacrificed first-team football for the chance to sit on the bench, if he was lucky, for five years at Anfield, joining the Reds in a deal worth £2.3million.

Like a number of Hodgson’s signings, Jones debuted against Northampton, but he made only one more appearance that season and finished it out on loan at Derby County.

Jones turned out 25 more times in four more years at Anfield, including 15 in 2012-13, before leaving for Bradford City in 2015.

He subsequently enjoyed spells in the Eredivisie with NEC and Feyenoord, and is now turning out for Al-Nassr in the Saudi Professional League.
Raul Meireles
The biggest-money signing of Hodgson’s brief tenure, Meireles joined the club for ¬£11.5million from Porto, taking the No.4 shirt vacated by the outgoing Alberto Aquilani.

And unlike most of Hodgson’s other signings, he was actually quite good, scoring some brilliant goals, and winning the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year award at the end of his first season.

Just like several of other Hodgson’s signings, though, he still left after just over a year, handing in a transfer request to force a move to Chelsea, where he also enjoyed a decent season and earned a Champions League winner’s medal.

Meireles retired at the end of the 2015-16 season after a four-year stint with Fenerbache.

Paul Konchesky
Joining in a ¬£3million transfer from Hodgson’s former club Fulham on deadline day, Konchesky signed a four-year deal and was soon installed as the Reds’ first-choice left-back.

It’s fair to say neither fans nor Kenny Dalglish shared Hodgson’s faith in the Englishman, however. And after one game against Stoke in which Konchesky was barracked by supporters, his mum took to Facebook to label them ‘Scouse scum’.

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He unsurprisingly spent the second half of the season out on loan, at Nottingham Forest, before signing for Leicester City permanently in July 2011.

Konchesky joined East Thurrock United in the National League South as player-coach in July 2018 but left a month later by mutual consent after being sent off for a headbutt in only his fifth appearance.

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On July 1 2010, following a successful spell with Fulham, Roy Hodgson was announced as the new Liverpool manager on a three-year contract.

Hodgson had just guided Fulham to a Europa League final, where they lost in extra-time to Atletico Madrid, and his stock was high. Steven Gerrard said his appointment was “worth the wait”, while Jamie Carragher said it had “given us all a lift.”

However, Hodgson lasted just six months in charge at Anfield, with the eight signings made during his one transfer window at the club failing to take the team to the next level. Here’s how they fared.

Jonjo Shelvey
In a transfer agreed during the Rafa Benitez regime, Shelvey, then only 18, joined the Reds from Charlton Athletic for £1.7million following a number of impressive displays in League One for the Addicks.

The midfielder made his debut as an extra-time substitute in the shock League Cup exit to Northampton at Anfield but went on to make 21 appearances in all competitions that season and was generally regarded as a player with promise.

He stayed for two more years before departing for Swansea in 2013 with a not-too-shabby 69 appearances and seven goals to his name for Liverpool.

He netted his first goal for Swansea against the Reds but was at fault for their two goals in the same game, and after three seasons in South Wales he moved to Newcastle United, where he finally got to work with Benitez but continues to be regarded as a talented but flawed midfielder.

Milan Jovanović
A player described as “one of the greatest players in the world” by Neighbours character Andrew Robinson (Yes, really), Jovanović was lined up by Benitez, though the forward later said either party could renege on the agreement following apparent interest from Inter.

He joined Liverpool on a free as planned after netting 69 goals in 153 games for the Belgian club, and after claiming he had previously turned down a move to Real Madrid, hopes were high for him.

He scored just twice for Liverpool, though, including in that game against Northampton.

When Hodgson left the club, Jovanović struggled for opportunities, often not even managing a place on the bench under Kenny Dalgish, and after just one season and 18 appearances for Liverpool he returned to Belgium and signed for Anderlecht.

He scored 24 goals in 90 games there before seemingly disappearing off the face of the earth.


Danny Wilson
Scottish centre-half Wilson signed for £2million from Rangers, coming with good pedigree having won the Scottish FWA Young Player of the Year award and the Scottish PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Another signing lined up by the transfer committee before Hodgson’s arrival, it was actually Kenny Dalglish who gave the defender his Premier League debut, in a 3-1 defeat against West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground.

Wilson made eight appearances in total that season but just one more over the next two as he was loaned out to Blackpool, Bristol City and Hearts, who he joined permanently in 2013.

The defender now turns out for Colorado Rapids in the MLS after a three-year spell back at Ibrox.

Joe Cole
Cole signed from Chelsea on a free transfer after his contract at Stamford Bridge expired, with Steven Gerrard soon famously comparing his technical ability to that of Lionel Messi.

Cole was a wonderful, wonderful player and might have been even better were it not for the injuries, but he started as he would go on at Anfield, getting sent off after 45 minutes of his Premier League debut for the Reds against Arsenal.

He was loaned out to Lille the following season, and after six months back at Anfield was shipped out on a free transfer back to West Ham, with Liverpool reportedly paying him £3million to get him off the wage bill.

After spells with Aston Villa and Coventry City, Cole finished his career with Tampa Bay Rowdies in the North American Soccer League.

Christian Poulsen
Poulsen joined from Juventus for £4.5million on a three-year contract as a replacement for Javier Mascherano, but it’s fair to say he did not impress supporters.

In November, attempting to defend Poulsen, Hodgson said: “He’s not that bad on the ball, but let’s not beat about the bush and try to disguise the fact – he’s had a bad start.”

Damned by faint praise.

He improved slightly under Kenny Dalglish but ultimately was deemed not as good as Jay Spearing, and was sold to Evian after just one season and 12 appearances in the Premier League.

Poulsen went on to spend two years at Ajax before retiring in 2015 after one final season back in Denmark with Copenhagen.
Brad Jones
After Middlesbrough failed to gain promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt, Jones sacrificed first-team football for the chance to sit on the bench, if he was lucky, for five years at Anfield, joining the Reds in a deal worth £2.3million.

Like a number of Hodgson’s signings, Jones debuted against Northampton, but he made only one more appearance that season and finished it out on loan at Derby County.

Jones turned out 25 more times in four more years at Anfield, including 15 in 2012-13, before leaving for Bradford City in 2015.

He subsequently enjoyed spells in the Eredivisie with NEC and Feyenoord, and is now turning out for Al-Nassr in the Saudi Professional League.
Raul Meireles
The biggest-money signing of Hodgson’s brief tenure, Meireles joined the club for £11.5million from Porto, taking the No.4 shirt vacated by the outgoing Alberto Aquilani.

And unlike most of Hodgson’s other signings, he was actually quite good, scoring some brilliant goals, and winning the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year award at the end of his first season.

Just like several of other Hodgson’s signings, though, he still left after just over a year, handing in a transfer request to force a move to Chelsea, where he also enjoyed a decent season and earned a Champions League winner’s medal.

Meireles retired at the end of the 2015-16 season after a four-year stint with Fenerbache.

Paul Konchesky
Joining in a £3million transfer from Hodgson’s former club Fulham on deadline day, Konchesky signed a four-year deal and was soon installed as the Reds’ first-choice left-back.

It’s fair to say neither fans nor Kenny Dalglish shared Hodgson’s faith in the Englishman, however. And after one game against Stoke in which Konchesky was barracked by supporters, his mum took to Facebook to label them ‘Scouse scum’.

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He unsurprisingly spent the second half of the season out on loan, at Nottingham Forest, before signing for Leicester City permanently in July 2011.

Konchesky joined East Thurrock United in the National League South as player-coach in July 2018 but left a month later by mutual consent after being sent off for a headbutt in only his fifth appearance.

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