end of an era
I expect us to capitalise on an attacking game of football where our midfield will dominate and break up their play.
3 - 0 to the Yids
3 - 0 to the Yids
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Park the bus. Might not be the 'Spurs way' but they've been abject against sides that sit back.
I'd rather a rare 3pts from Anfield over a stylish and typical Spurs like draw or loss at that place.
May as well support Chelski.
Liverpool have conceded 3 more goals than Boro this season which gives me hope. We just have to be clinical.We need Rose back for this so we can revert to three at the back.
Otherwise, I think it'll be a dull 0-0 or a single goal will settle it either way. I really don't like us playing 4-2-3-1 ... we never really look like scoring when we do.
Well when we fail to win on Saturday you better not complain. Sides have given a clear blueprint to beat Liverpool and sides that win trophies wouldn't give a toss about abandoning our way for an odd game to get a result.
It'd be like when we defeated Man City away. Gives us that glimmer of hope and a real statement but still not in our hands at all.I think if we lose this, maybe even draw and Chelsea win then the title is 100% gone. If we win its a massive statement and I'll still have a tiny bit of hope.
parking the bus doesn't work very often , we saw the evidence of that yesterday when Boro were one down and had no idea how to attack , parking the bus would be playing into Liverpool's hands , they haven't failed recently because teams park the bus they've failed because they haven't been good enough.Well when we fail to win on Saturday you better not complain. Sides have given a clear blueprint to beat Liverpool and sides that win trophies wouldn't give a toss about abandoning our way for an odd game to get a result.
We've had 8 wins at Anfield, clearly our principles don't work at Anfield over a very long time period.
Sometimes pragmatism is more sensible than being true to your long held beliefs.
Liverpool don't at present have as much trouble playing sides who go at them, they actually don't mind it.
So why play into their hands merely to stay true to ourselves. Madness.