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It just feels like AW in the last two years minus the good attacking football. Just lost interest in this team till Emery is sacked. Our team has more experience and played together much longer but yet we concede 5 goals and lost.
Bottled it after going 3-1 up bottled it after going 4-2 up bottled it against Crystal palace after going 2-0 up..soo now we have bottled 2 goal lead 3 times in 6 days..Emery the tactical ****ing genius.
Stayed away from AM last night as I didn't trust myself to post rationally.
In all honesty it was a cracking game, a proper slugfest.
i want Emery out but really i dont think last night was anything you can blame on him. Was just one of those freak games. Take away Mustafis own goal and Martinez’s chocolate arms and we would have won. That simple.
Spot on. Klopp was actually smiling after our 3rd goal as if this was a friendly Sunday game on a hangover.
Aside from a couple of players, Liverpool didn't even line up a B team, t'was closer to a C team. We played a mix of A/B team and lost.
Might have been a good game but we played a team where most players have proper PL experience and from their team I only saw a good midfield. Add to that that we had a 2 goal gap on them twice and that Klopp doesn't want to be in this cup and it's another great night for Emery.
"When you see Özil in this kind of form, it does make Emery's decision to leave him out look like a strange one. He is making the team tick and has shown fantastic vision."
Carragher: I'm not Özil’s biggest fan but you cannot tell me he is not good enough to get into this Arsenal team. He ran the game, his role in both goals was fantastic and he showed his class and composure"
I often relive those 49 undefeated matches. I do believe in signs to a certain extent, and as I was born in 1949, I sometimes tell myself it was our destiny to lose the 50th. Those 49 matches are etched within me and within each player: it is something fundamental, a triumph born out of passion.