Liverpool's English Attack Tops The Winners

Liverpool's glorious attacking prowess sits atop the Winners, where there is space too for Chelsea, Giroud, West Ham and Hull. In the Losers, Sherwood takes a pasting...

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dirtdiver (Liverpool) says...

Well said @crookster

Posted 4:14am 26th February 2014

up4thejamboree (Sheffield Wednesday) says...

How can a pair of anything do something single-handedly?

Posted 12:17pm 25th February 2014

crookster (Manchester United) says...

There is a serious smack of hypocracy about this peice. "Spurs win - we played well. Spurs Lose - We played badly" the stick with which you are beating Sherwood is a perect analogy for your actual synposis of the man himself. Spurs win - Shrewd Sherwood makes AVB look a fool - Spurs lose, Sherwood is awful". This is exactly this kind of reactionary nonsense that litters a lot of articles on this site of late. Their form for a guy 11 games in charge is fantastic. 11 games!!! He has been a manager for a matter of weeks and you have already written him off despite several victories. This is the same site that shows utter distain for the sacking of managers willy nilly. The guy hasn't even signed a player yet. The lost 1-0 away to a Norwich side fighting for their lives and their managers job. Soldado missed three solid chances. Ruddy made a great save one v one with adebayor. Allerdici - sh*t manager 4 weeks ago, shrewd again now after a few wins. Tony Pulis - limited manager at stoke - great now at palace (after a few wins). He will be back to being a crap manager again if they lose the next three games. As one guy mentioned below - Bruce signs Long and Jela - they score - clever signing of prem experience. They don't - stupid signings of players with poor returns. You don't have to end every piece with a big declaration. Jumping to extreme conclusions on a weekend by weekend basis is tabloid stuff.

Posted 12:16pm 25th February 2014

fashy (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

@bryles; Lamela is injured and has been for a while now. Granted, he's not set the world alight but as per usual f365 will omit details to juice things up a bit. Soldado has been poor and a total waste of money but I still have hope for Erik.

Posted 6:04am 25th February 2014

chrissb7 (Manchester United) says...

Probably been repeated but anyway Suarez sets up a goal. Starts most of the attacking moves and is there in the thick of all the attacks. Hmm yes. A frustrated player. You think a frustrated player would set up other players near goal. I don't think Suarez cares either way if he scores. I'd say he would be delighted if he did but I think he's content winning games and playing a massive part. Did you guys even watch the match?? I don't think the ball just appeared in front of the goal scorers out of nowhere.

Posted 3:07am 25th February 2014

hoges64 (Arsenal) says...

Edin Dzeko cost me $800 in my multibet. I have no words for him.

Posted 12:14am 25th February 2014

stevemelbourne (Chelsea) says...

Is it really that time already? People suggesting England should play a certain way in the World Cup to have any chance of winning it? Should be only a matter of time before Gerrard comes out and says "We can win it in Brazil". No. No you can't and this is why. While Engerlund has some players with phenomenal talent (Rooney,Sturridge) they have a supporting cast of mediocre players prone to occasional brain farts when defending. If you had Mourinho sorting it out you would be in the semi's. But put a hat on Woy and you Arthur Daley at the helm. (Why do I think some youngsters will say 'who'?)

Posted 10:06pm 24th February 2014

jpog_lfc (Liverpool) says...

Liverpool deserve to be in both sections. Surely Chelsea deserve a mention in losers for quite frankly boring the life out if everyone.

Posted 9:30pm 24th February 2014

kolevlfc (Liverpool) says...

Must also mention that Mignolet is terrified to quit his goal line. He could have prevent 4-5 goals by doing so. In almost every game you can see Skrtel making gestures asking him why he stays like nailed-up (vs Fulham, Swansea etc.)

Posted 8:31pm 24th February 2014

kolevlfc (Liverpool) says...

@ uncredited, totally agree mate. He is by far our best defender. Agger was really poor the last 2-3 seasons and there is no need to talk about Kolo. I still think playing Kelly or Wisdom in the center as backups to Skrtel and Sakho/Agger makes more sense.

Posted 8:29pm 24th February 2014

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