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But I can't see Liverpool domination lasting for too long. I think in two years they are back in natural habitat. 

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Just now, NikkiCFC said:

But I can't see Liverpool domination lasting for too long. I think in two years they are back in natural habitat. 

That would be lovely

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Just now, Sir Mikel OBE said:

16 points ahead with a game in hand. Looks to be the most dominant side in history.

I like last seasons excitement lol. This is a done deal. 

 

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7 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

Klopp is proven, have loads of experience and has his style of play.....and even in his shitty years with pool you could clearly see progress. I hope we see similar under FL but its looking increacingly difficult. He is still a rookie but Ihope he learns.

Id rather look at what I'm seeing as opposed to what went on before, the most "proven" manager avalible to us last summer was Mou and would you trust him to construct this project?

The way Lampard is working even if he ultimately doesn't become good enough to reap the whole rewards himself he will leave a healthy team for someone who is.

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6 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

But I can't see Liverpool domination lasting for too long. I think in two years they are back in natural habitat. 

Yeah this is a one time thing, however they will still compete. I think it's whether they continue with the smart investment. Firmino Salah, and Mane will have no resale value. 

They are already linked with Havertz, who I think Klopp will try to mold into a false 9 and Firmino replacement. Replacing Salah and Mane will be no easy feat. 

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8 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

But I can't see Liverpool domination lasting for too long. I think in two years they are back in natural habitat. 

Maybe. Depends on the other teams. I think be more the same next year unless City spend big or do something drastic. They're strong in all areas and only will add. Lost top players and no difference made. I cant see them letting key players go unless desperate and way they're going why would they want to go

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1 minute ago, Tomo said:

Id rather look at what I'm seeing as opposed to what went on before, the most "proven" manager avalible to us last summer was Mou and would you trust him to construct this project?

The way Lampard is working even if he ultimately doesn't become good enough to reap the whole rewards himself he will leave a healthy team for someone who is.

JM? Fuck no mate.....FL has done ok but has clear flaws himself, and some are boards fault. I hope he does good with us and can reap the rewards.

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15 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

Exactly, we ll know it their title, but to go unbeaten will be horrible. in 100 years they will still talk about it in the media.

by far their best chance to lose in the league that is left

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other than that

there is away at wolves (this Thursday, should be a cracking game)

away at arse

home v us

home v arse

maybe away at Everton in the ASBO dipper derby

that's it, the rest are dregs

the thing is

they have a 19 point lead after that game in hand (West Ham)

they could lose ALL of the games I listed, every single one

and Shitty could win EVERY single league game left (all 15)

and the dippers STILL WIN the league

(as long as they beat the dregs)

roflmaooo

it is insane to say that in the middle of January!!!!!

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The league went right to the wire last season mid January and Liverpool are 16 points clear with a game in hand. For me it shows how little quality there is and we could end up with a Scottish scenario where two clubs dominate. There is a chasm of a gap where Liverpool and City are compared to everyone else and I can't see anyone getting near them and that most definitely includes us.

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1 minute ago, Iggy Doonican said:

The league went right to the wire last season mid January and Liverpool are 16 points clear with a game in hand. For me it shows how little quality there is and we could end up with a Scottish scenario where two clus dominate. There is a chasm of a gap where Liverpool and City are compared to everyone else and I can't see anyone getting near them and that most definitely includes us.

I am terrified you are right Iggy!

I do not want to be a sweaty clone league!

sob :(

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Only way I can see Liverpool regressing back to a mere top 4 team and not a strong title candidate is if one of Salah or Mané fancy a new challenge at Real Madrid after winning it all with Liverpool. But why would they leave, really? 

Only City making a few key additions will bother them for another season or two.

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Well depending how far they go Champoions league wise they might rest players for that. League probably be done come April/ beginning of May...maybe we will be the ones! Dun dun dunnnnn

Unfortunately..no one has come close so nahhhhhh

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11 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Only way I can see Liverpool regressing back to a mere top 4 team and not a strong title candidate is if one of Salah or Mané fancy a new challenge at Real Madrid after winning it all with Liverpool. But why would they leave, really? 

Only City making a few key additions will bother them for another season or two.

Yeah I see them wanting to leave. What's the point. Unless like say just fancy a challenge but might as well see how many can win.

Crazy how it seemed this be a close cut 2 horse race...anything but

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9 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Only way I can see Liverpool regressing back to a mere top 4 team and not a strong title candidate is if one of Salah or Mané fancy a new challenge at Real Madrid after winning it all with Liverpool. But why would they leave, really? 

Only City making a few key additions will bother them for another season or two.

Salah, Mane, and Fiminho are all in their prime. And after this season, I reckon they will be mentally drained given the effort they've put in these past couple years. 

It's whether or not Liverpool can effectively replace them. They also can not rely on Barca spending stupid amounts on their players season after season. 

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23 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Only way I can see Liverpool regressing back to a mere top 4 team and not a strong title candidate is if one of Salah or Mané fancy a new challenge at Real Madrid after winning it all with Liverpool. But why would they leave, really? 

Only City making a few key additions will bother them for another season or two.

Would rather they stayed and naturally declined there. With the high octane way they play they won't last long into their 30s. Giving Klopp money to restructure his side is the last thing that should happen, Barca basically funded his defensive reinforcements.

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12 minutes ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Salah, Mane, and Fiminho are all in their prime. And after this season, I reckon they will be mentally drained given the effort they've put in these past couple years. 

It's whether or not Liverpool can effectively replace them. They also can not rely on Barca spending stupid amounts on their players season after season. 

 

The question is are their replacements like Shaqiri,Minamino, and Origi hungry enough to keep them a force after this season.

 

The midfield is deep too with the likes of Fabinho,Keita, and Chamberlain all with something to prove.

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Only way I can see Liverpool regressing back to a mere top 4 team and not a strong title candidate is if one of Salah or Mané fancy a new challenge at Real Madrid after winning it all with Liverpool. But why would they leave, really? 
Only City making a few key additions will bother them for another season or two.
Precisely for the reason you mentioned. If Real, Barcelona or PSG win the CL this season, they might want to go out on a high having won the biggest trophies obtainable.

A PL & CL double is the only way I see things staying the way they are.

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