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Liverpool fans comments on Michael Owen book and Newcastle United next Saturday – Interesting

2 weeks ago
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Interesting comments from Liverpool fans ahead of next Saturday.

Newcastle the visitors for the lunchtime kick-off.

Proper football returning after this two week international break.

I pick up two major strands of what the Liverpool fans think.

It is a case of not whether they win but by how many against Newcastle.

Whilst many of them appear to love Michael Owen just as much as your average Newcastle fan does.

I must admit that I enjoyed especially the comments where some Liverpool fans are picking and choosing which trophies they want to win this time, apparently the Premier League and World Club Cup are the priority, rather than the Champions League which the won last season.

Don’t get too carried away just yet our scouse friends…

Liverpool fans comment via their LFCReds forum and Liverpool FC Forum:

‘Can’t wait for this one, dislike the international breaks.’

‘I think we’ll put 5 pass the Toon Army.’

‘No need to change a winning team.

Lets see what happens with the international break but if everyone returns back fit, I wouldn’t change the line up at all.’

‘I’d love us to really tear someone apart. What’s our highest win under Klopp? Can’t think of anything higher than 5-0 in PL

Could be this one. 7-0 Reds.’

‘If they play like they did away to Spurs, this game will be akin to watching paint dry.’

Steve Bruce has been a bogey manager for us since his Birmingham days, when was the last time we did a league double over one his teams if ever?’

‘Different times and teams. this bogey manager stuff is just a way of saying we were not good enough.. now we are.’

‘As long as our starting formation can deal with the toons physicality and ability to soak up the pressure and hit the oppositions on the break, and aerial threat.

We could kinda line up a strong team without some regulars but equally capable to get the job done against a minnow, which last summer didn’t boost their ranks properly and are actually one the serious candidates for relegation.’

‘I would really like us to win the premier league and world club cup this season so I hope we go as strong as possible against Newcastle and rest players when we play Napoli.’

‘Totally agree, mate, Club World Cup and EPL would do me fine, it’s the minimum target to quote our season successful.

let’s rest some of our regulars in sight of Chelsea and Napoli big headers.’

We are taliking about the toons, the wreckage of the poor team Rafa has worthwhile led to save from relegation in the last couple of seasons,

What could there be weaker than Newcastle United actually?’

‘Feel sorry for New Castle fans after losing Rafa if I’m honest but I’m glad we won’t be facing him this upcoming match.’

‘Yep, it could be kind of an easier task, mate, Rafa and a couple of very good assets lesser could be a huge boost and a massive springboard to drive our team to a comfortable win this time.’

‘Apparently in any VAR delays to keep the crowd entertained they’ll be putting up pages of Michael Owen’s book on the big screens…’

‘Who’s off out to buy Michael Owen’s new book?

‘All stocked up on bog roll.’

‘Well, I have been battling a horrific bout of insomnia for nearly a year.

It could be worth a try.

If I see it in a charity shop.’

‘Depends, is it as good as his brochure from a few years back?’

‘Goes in on Shearer and Capello, who to be fair are a pair of t.ssers.

This book is probably the only worthwhile thing he’s done since playing for us because the fall out from it all is quite amusing. Especially between him, Shearer and Linekar the other day on Twitter.

Sod buying it though.’

‘Nah no time for him could have been a legend of Gerrard status chose otherwise. Blaming and slating everyone and everything now typical Michael.’

‘The man is a cu.., sh.t on us last minute and expects to come back at an inflated price. Ar.ehole.’

‘It should be remembered that Owen cost this club a lot of money when he started running his contract down.Thus enabling him to sign for Real Madrid for a paltry 8 million quid.I admired Micky Owen prior to that but he lost any respect i had for him when he signed for R.M.and the Newcastle fiasco that followed.’

‘The fact he said that he didn’t enjoy his last 6 or 7 years isn’t a surprise. Always struck me as in it to accumulate as much dollar as possible.’

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