WITH the footie season now over, transfer rumours in full swing and the countdown to Euro 2016 ticking away, we thought the time was right to ask Anfield Wrap contributors and friends what they made of the Liverpool season just gone. With two managers, two cup finals, a new stand and a mass walk-out, it certainly hasn’t been dull, but has it been good? And what can we expect from the Reds next season? All the questions asked, and answered, here in the final one of our Q&As. Part one is here, you can find part two here, part three is here, part four here, part five here, part six here and part seven here.

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IAN SALMON

@IanRSalmon

Rewinding back to the start of the season, did you think then that keeping Brendan Rodgers in position was the right decision?

No. The fury from the Stoke debacle had subsided but I still had doubts. I was ready to go with it though. I fully believed that he’d been able to convince the board of the extenuating Suarez going/Sturridge being injured/Mario being rubbish circumstances that had damaged the previous campaign and part of me approved of the board’s tenacity in first backing their manager and then ‘backing’ him. I liked the fact that we went out and bought what appeared to be his chosen targets quickly and with very little fuss. Business done early is generally good business, I thought. Another chance; what he gave us in 13/14 (and I never subscribed to that ‘it was all Suarez’ idea) meant he deserved another chance.

What were your expectations for Liverpool’s season then?

I’ve got to be honest because I wrote it in a fanzine, I expected to win the league.

Eleven games into the season, Rodgers was sacked. Forget that Jürgen Klopp replaced him for a moment (we’ll come to that), what then did you think was a realistic ambition for the squad in terms of league finish, cups and so on?

Top four and a cup of some kind. A domestic cup, never thought of European progress at that point, wasn’t even sure that we’d get out of the group stages, we’d been kind of underwhelming. We weren’t far off the Champions League places though, a new manager had chance to build on what we’d managed but in a more convincing manner.

Klopp then, surprised by his appointment?

Not even vaguely. I always thought Jürgen was the obvious choice for us – he appeared to be the man that would bring us that bit of madness that you need to survive at Anfield, the kind of manager that can build a siege mentality (but a good siege mentality, an ‘us against the world’ mentality, not a Fulham ‘nobody likes us and we don’t care’ attitude.) I was pleased that we actually had the ambition to go out and get the man who was clearly exactly the man we needed for the job that was needed.

How do you think he has done so far?

I’m refusing to see any negatives. I’ll accept that there are games that have fallen way below expectations but I’m going to treat those as preparation for next season. I’m going to take the moments where the team has decided that it doesn’t fancy the second half as being more about the lads on the pitch rather than the bloke screaming at them on the touchline and focus instead on all the beauty he’s given us – both league games against City, Chelsea away, Villa away, the Ev at home, United in Europe, Villarreal and the greatest night of European football we’ve ever seen at Anfield against a Dortmund side we weren’t supposed to be able to cope with. We’ve seen what he can do, next season we’ll see more of it. He did all this with somebody else’s players – never forget that.

Eighth in the league, beaten in two cup finals – how does that performance rank against what you think this squad could/should be capable of?

It fell short. Given the improvements that we’d already seen from key players under Klopp, top six was more than achievable and the second half against Sevilla will always be the greatest missed chance of all time. We should be in possession of UEFA Cup No.4.

Who are your top three Liverpool players this season and why?

Lallana for the high pressing that Klopp has brought into his game, for the fact that he is now utterly tireless (and who ever saw that coming) and that he simply doesn’t squander possession. Gorgeous feet, that lad.Sturridge for the form of the last two months, for becoming our leading scorer without really being available for most of the season.

Firmino for destroying Soldado and the fact that he’s in double figures for goals and assists in his first season which, statistically, sits him alongside legends of the club.

Top three Liverpool games of the season?

Dortmund for never giving up and for refusing to believe we could be beaten.

City away for absolutely mauling a team that thought it was going to win the quadruple.

Everton at home because it’s Everton at home and ‘they hardly touched the ball’.

Best Liverpool goal?

For sheer beauty, genius and the joy it gave us at the time – Sturridge in Basel. Some technique that. Utter genius, genuinely world class.

For teamwork – Firmino scoring the third at City after starting the move in the right-back position.

What should be the major concerns for Liverpool FC right now?

The surrender of safe positions. We need to develop the intelligence and confidence to kill games off when we’re ahead. Keep it tight for 10 minutes in the second half of the final and we’ve won the thing. Concede when we do and our heads fall off.

Is not being in Europe next season a help or a hindrance to Liverpool?

It is what it is. It’s horrible and disappointing and takes away some of the joy of this season – the European nights gave us back an atmosphere that we’d been missing, made us believe we could compete at the highest level (okay, not Barca, Real or Bayern but all the others). But it gives us a week between games and last time that happened we had a pretty good time.

Three Liverpool players you expect to leave the club this summer?

Benteke, Skrtel, Moreno.

Three positions Liverpool need to improve in?

Left-back, centre-back, goalie and a fourth – some kind of bite in midfield.

Any (realistic-ish) players you think Liverpool should buy?

Gotze. I know the ITK Twitter accounts are all split at the moment – some think that it’s a done deal, some think he’s off to Dortmund. It’s got to the point where I don’t know which 15-year-old bunking off school and playing FIFA to believe. I think we’re capable of convincing him that playing for Jürgen would be great, I think he becomes a statement signing and I think the rest follows. Other positions become easier to fill when you’ve just signed a lad who’s won the World Cup. The likes of Karius, Hector, Zielinski, Alaric etc? I won’t pretend to know a huge amount about any of them, I’ll trust Jürgen. I knew nothing about Xabi or Luis when Rafa signed them and they were okay.

What can Liverpool achieve next season?

We’re going to win the league. Not even a question.

ANDREW WITCOMB

@a33lfc

Rewinding back to the start of the season, did you think then that keeping Brendan Rodgers in position was the right decision?

Yes I did.

What were your expectations for Liverpool’s season then?

Top six, anything more was a bonus.

Eleven games into the season, Rodgers was sacked. Forget that Jürgen Klopp replaced him for a moment (we’ll come to that), what then did you think was a realistic ambition for the squad in terms of league finish, cups and so on?

Top six and a cup final.

Klopp then, surprised by his appointment?

Yes.

How do you think he has done so far?

I give him 8.5 out of 10.

Eighth in the league, beaten in two cup finals – how does that performance rank against what you think this squad could/should be capable of?

Par for the squad.

Who are your top three Liverpool players this season and why?

Clyne and Milner for consistency.

Coutinho for magic moments.

Top three Liverpool games of the season?

Dortmund at home.

Man United away in the Europa League.

Southampton away in the League Cup.

Best Liverpool goal?

Sturridge in Basel.

What should be the major concerns for Liverpool FC right now?

Keeping a large squad happy with no European football and getting a half-decent left-back.

Is not being in Europe next season a help or a hindrance to Liverpool?

Not a help at all – the more games the better with a large squad.

Three Liverpool players you expect to leave the club this summer?

Lucas, Kolo, Benteke.

Three positions Liverpool need to improve in?

Goalkeeper, left back and No.10.

Any (realistic-ish) players you think Liverpool should buy?

Mane or Kante.

What can Liverpool achieve next season?

Top five and win the FA Cup.

NEIL DOCKING

@NeilDocking

Rewinding back to the start of the season, did you think then that keeping Brendan Rodgers in position was the right decision?

No, I thought he should have been sacked after the devastating 6-1 defeat at Stoke, because there was no way back for him in the eyes of the players or the fans. It came just weeks after the awful performance in the FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa and it seemed obvious the belief had gone, including Rodgers’ belief in himself. He was clutching at straws, making countless tactical changes in the same match, and had clearly lost his way. I felt nothing he could do at that point would regain the magic he had conjured up during 2013-14. A lot of things out of his control went against him – the loss of Suarez, the Sturridge injuries, missing out on signing Sanchez, the inevitable demise of Gerrard, and the fact we were all in a sulk! He’s a good manager who deserves credit for our best league season in 26 years. But his time was up.

What were your expectations for Liverpool’s season then?
I feared that we were just going to limp along, not being quite bad enough for Rodgers to get sacked, and not being quite good enough to achieve anything.

Eleven games into the season, Rodgers was sacked. Forget that Jürgen Klopp replaced him for a moment (we’ll come to that), what then did you think was a realistic ambition for the squad in terms of league finish, cups and so on?

We were 10th and I thought a top-six finish was still achievable. It was realistic that we might reach the final of a domestic cup and possibly win the League Cup. I wasn’t expecting us to progress beyond the early knockout stages in Europe.

Klopp then, surprised by his appointment?

I was stunned. Prior to Klopp’s appointment I was worried that if we sacked Rodgers, we would replace him with a Garry Monk or an Eddie Howe – a promising young coach in the same mould. It was exciting to hear all the speculation revolve around Carlo Ancelotti and Jürgen Klopp – world class managers with real pedigree. But I still didn’t think we would actually land one of them.

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How do you think he has done so far?

Very well, especially when you consider our imbalanced squad, which is a strange mishmash of players signed by the transfer committee and Rodgers, with huge holes in certain positions (goalkeeper, fullback, defensive midfield, wingers) and a lack of leaders. He’s had to cope with an injury crisis that robbed him of Sturridge, Henderson, Ings, Coutinho, Origi, Sakho, Lovren, Gomez, Skrtel, Flanagan (there’s probably others too) for long spells, plus there was that crazy period when we could barely field a centre-back. Whenever he’s tried to rotate his first XI he’s had to rely on kids and reserves who aren’t Liverpool quality or ready to be top-flight players, so he’s been up against it.

I don’t think statistics back this up yet, but we look stronger defensively. You can see a better shape, more tactical discipline and we no longer gift wrap the opposition countless chances, with our defenders quickly exposed whenever we lose the ball. I like the increased physicality and aggression, the hunger to regain possession and his intense pressing game. We are more determined and now fight to the very end of matches, scoring more late goals than any other side in the league. You can trace that back to the critical comments he made after the Crystal Palace defeat about our meek surrender on and off the pitch. The change in attitude led to the late equaliser in the 2-2 draw with West Brom, the last-gasp winner away at Norwich, and eventually resulted in the epic comeback against Borussia Dortmund. That Dortmund side is better than anything the Premier League has to offer, but we overcame them in one of the all-time great European nights at Anfield. It also shouldn’t be forgotten that in the round beforehand we humiliated Manchester United!

Ultimately, the two cup-final defeats were disappointing, but both times we lost to teams that had either a bit more quality, experience or nous than us. The recent league form can be excused as we clearly prioritised the UEFA Cup. The inconsistency we’ve shown was to be expected and the frustrating reversals when we’ve been ahead (which did our goals against column no favours) you can attribute to the usual suspects in our back five, who hopefully won’t be first-choice players next season. I believe we saw enough in the thrashings of Manchester City, Chelsea, Everton and Villareal to show what we’re capable of going forward.

Eighth in the league, beaten in two cup finals – how does that performance rank against what you think this squad could/should be capable of?

We could probably have finished as high as fifth if we’d concentrated on the league, but we went all out for a trophy and the Champions League spot that came with it. There’s glaring weakness in our first team that were always going to undermine our ambitions and so it proved.

Who are your top three Liverpool players this season and why?

Nathaniel Clyne. Some people have commented on him having a lot of 6/10 games. I’d say he’s had far more 7/10 and plenty of 8/10 games too. He’s defensively solid, fast, runs all day, is rarely beaten by his man and shown glimpses of how effective he can be in attack. He’s been our most consistent performer and it looks like we’ve got the right-back position solved for years to come.

Philippe Coutinho. This was the year we all wanted to see Coutinho capitalise on his huge talent and produce better numbers. To a large extent he has – 12 goals and seven assists in 43 games. That’s despite his injuries and our mixed form. He transforms our attacking play.

James Milner. He got a lot of stick early in the season, mainly because he didn’t look suited to the central-midfield role he craves. Klopp encouraged him to start there but to drift out to the flanks because his crossing is exceptional. He delivered eight goals and 14 assists and has become a key player for us.Top three Liverpool games of the season?

Borussia Dortmund, obviously. Up there with the best nights I’ve had at Anfield. Sensational.

Manchester City away. That first half an hour was incredible. We destroyed Aguero and company in their own backyard with mesmerising, relentless football.

The derby at Anfield. Could and should have been double figures.

Best Liverpool goal?

Christian Benteke when he smashed in a ridiculous bicycle kick away at Old Trafford. Sadly it wasn’t enough to rescue a point against Manchester United and won’t be remembered as fondly as it should be. The evidence is there that Benteke might not be the right striker for us, but he’s still a hugely-talented forward.

What should be the major concerns for Liverpool FC right now?

Learning how to see out a quiet 15 minutes when we need to after a setback. This is something we’ve not been capable of since the halcyon days under Rafa. Too often when we start struggling or concede a goal we collapse. This failing cost us in the Europa League final after Sevilla’s equaliser. We should have just shut the game down, regrouped, and then gone again. Instead we lost our heads and became a disjointed mess.

Is not being in Europe next season a help or a hindrance to Liverpool?

It’s got to help in terms of our league ambitions as we should be fresh and fully prepared for fixtures. It also gives Klopp the opportunity to work with his players all week and better implement his methods, which could be a massive boost long term. Some fringe players and youngsters may miss out on playing opportunities but we showed in 2013-14 and Leicester City showed this season that a reduced schedule can help a team outperform more talented sides with greater resources.

Three Liverpool players you expect to leave the club this summer?

Martin Skrtel. For the majority of his time here, Skrtel has been a 7/10 player, capable of the occasional 9/10 performance, but with too many 5/10 howlers. I wish his service had been rewarded with a league title. I love that picture of him clambering over Suarez celebrating the third goal in the 4-0 rout of Everton (in 2014 I mean, I know we thrash Everton 4-0 on a regular basis now). But he’s too inconsistent and, after a poor season, it’s better for us and for him that he moves on.

Kolo Toure. A cult hero who will always be remembered fondly for his impact on and off the pitch at Anfield during the swan song of his career. This season reminded everyone that he’s not just a figure of fun – he’s a very good defender and always has been. It’s a crying shame his Man of the Match performance in Basel wasn’t rewarded with one last major trophy. But as Kolo would probably say, there is no need to be upset. He’s had an amazing career.Christian Benteke. It pains me to write this, because I had big hopes for the Belgian when he joined. It can’t be easy adapting to a new club when the manager who put so much faith in you is sacked. Or when the new coach doesn’t want to make you the focus of his attack and isn’t happy with the approach that has worked for you in the past. It also doesn’t help when team mates refuse to play to your strengths and deliver the ball when and where you want it. He’s been far from a disaster, scoring 11 goals. But he’s missed nearly as many one-on-ones, too often hasn’t shown enough desire or confidence, and sadly appears to have lost some of the pace he had before his Achilles injury. If he doesn’t fit the way Klopp wants to play, then he has to go. Watch him score 20 goals wherever he ends up next.

Three positions Liverpool need to improve in?

Goalkeeper. Loris Karius has just signed and hopefully he is the real deal and our new first-choice ‘keeper. I’m not going to pick apart his game because so many others have done it before, but Simon Mignolet has cost us too many points this season and inspires little confidence in the defenders in front of him, or the crowd in the stands. I don’t want to see him playing for us next year unless it’s in the cups.

Left-back. I find it staggering that we had a Spanish left-back in José Enrique who was pretty fast and strong but renowned for brainless decisions and clueless positional play and we scoured the world to find a younger version of him with the exact same faults. Alberto Moreno’s hapless performance in Basel, the dereliction of his defensive duties away at Villareal, the crazy hacking down of Steven Naismith at Norwich… he’s always got a moment of total stupidity up his sleeve. At 23 it’s too early to give up on him yet, but he needs to become our second choice.

Striker. It may seem an odd shout given the cracking form Sturridge showed in the second half of the season, the promise displayed by Divock Origi, the return of the industrious Danny Ings and the option of playing Firmino as a striker, which has worked to great effect. But we need a top-class frontman with pace and power who can play as a lone striker. I’m not convinced Sturridge will regain the pace that made him so deadly before his injuries and I think a slightly deeper role may suit him. The prospect of Daniel breaking down again is still a worry, as is his suitability for Klopp’s pressing game. We can’t rely on Ings, because who knows what level of player he will be after a cruciate ligament injury? Origi is blossoming into a fine target man, but still has some way to go in front of goal. In contrast, Firmino’s raw numbers are very impressive. But does he hold onto the ball and bring others into play well enough to be the focus of our attack? I’m not sure.

Any (realistic-ish) players you think Liverpool should buy?

Ricardo Rodriquez. You’d like to think he knows what Klopp is all about and Jürgen could convince him to come and be the best left-back in the Premier League instead of the Bundesliga.

What can Liverpool achieve next season?

We can win the league. Leicester have shown that no manager should put a cap on his team’s ambitions. It is there for the taking. That being said, the Foxes surely won’t repeat their heroics this time around, especially with the addition of European commitments, and when one or two of their star players have been pinched. Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea will all be in transition, with new managers bedding in. Arsène Wenger will never change his approach or sign the players Arsenal need to mount a credible title challenge. And Spurs, good as they have been, always remember they are Spurs when it comes to the crunch. So let’s aim for the one thing we all want more than anything else.ADAM SMITH

@Adam_Smith_82

Rewinding back to the start of the season, did you think then that keeping Brendan Rodgers in position was the right decision?

Yes and no, to be honest. I could see the logic in it from the point of view of Rodgers, having had any number of mitigating circumstances thrown his way in the previous campaign. Losing Suarez, missing out on Sanchez, his only attacking options being a disinterested Mario Balotelli or a 75-year-old Samuel Eto, Sturridge’s injury and, most importantly of all, the heartbreak of missing out on the league.

That said it didn’t feel like it would take much for the pressure to mount on him even more. The Twitter LFC supporters – a great set of lads – were calling him a ‘fraud’ when we nearly won the league so he had little room to manoeuvre after the 6-1 loss to those lads who scored enough goals to count them on the fingers of their hands. I think it was unfair to keep him on, to be truthful, given the pressure he’d obviously be under if things went tits up – which they did.

What were your expectations for Liverpool’s season then?

A cup run and top four, if we could play the sort of football that a Rodgers side is obviously capable of playing. It was always going to be a big ‘if’, though, when you think about it. I’m just an eternal optimist I think.

Eleven games into the season, Rodgers was sacked. Forget that Jürgen Klopp replaced him for a moment (we’ll come to that), what then did you think was a realistic ambition for the squad in terms of league finish, cups and so on?

I actually thought a good go at the league was still possible, to be honest. The reason we sacked Brendan, if the papers are to be believed, was that FSG felt there was a good chance of going for the big one and I was with them. You’ve got to remember it was a crazy, topsy-turvy league right from the start and only Manchester City showed any kind of consistency from the get-go. The squad wasn’t great but I’m not sure, in September, anyone was looking at the Leicester City squad and thinking it was full of world-beaters.Klopp then, surprised by his appointment?

No. I remember doing a Gutter show with Rob in the summer and it was basically assumed that Rodgers was going to go and I didn’t see any other obvious appointment. It’s seemed that he’s been destined to come to Anfield for years so it just seemed to make complete and utter sense to me. My only fear was that the likes of Chelsea might get in there first, but I reckon he’d have told them to shove their plastic flags where the sun don’t shine if they’d approached him. Imagine him trying to get the Stamford Bridge crowd all riled up? He’d have ended up sparking someone out.

How do you think he has done so far?

Brilliantly. I know we finished eighth and that but it really doesn’t feel that way. You’ve got to bear in mind the amount of things that have gone on this season, when you think about it:

  • Gerrard leaving. It was the right time, but he has been the heartbeat of Liverpool Football Club for as long as I’ve been an adult watching the game and it was a huge loss.
  • Sacking a manager and replacing him. No small matter.
  • Injuries left, right and centre. Yes, we’ve got a big squad but the injuries were so overwhelming that we ended up signing Steven Caulker on loan and Jose Enrique played at centre-back. Jose Enrique, a man that makes a headless chicken look like a natural-born leader.
  • The ticket protest. I was 100 per cent behind it and it was absolutely the right thing to do, but it was a huge decision and it dominated the news so the players will have been distracted by it. That the fans chose to walk out on 77 minutes and Simon Mignolet joined them in mind, if not in body. It was a massive statement and it looked like it could be the start of another civil war between the fans and owners.
  • The inquest verdict. Absolutely incredible, brilliant, joyous news that, quite rightly, dominated everything to do with the club when it happened and in the weeks after. It can’t be underestimated what that meant to people associated with the club and how it all may have affected the players feeding off the crowd and reading about it and so on.
  • They’re not his players. They’re not all rubbish and he reportedly sold himself to the club on the notion of making something of them, but that might mean that he liked the look of five or six of the first team.
  • We had over a thousand games. Klopp plays a very specific style of football and he had no time to work with these players that he probably thought were mostly a load of divvies when he started working with them. “Moreno looks fast! Oh, he just runs, does he? Don’t push that attacker, Albie. I said don’t. Oh for fu…”.

Eighth in the league, beaten in two cup finals – how does that performance rank against what you think this squad could/should be capable of?

Given everything I’ve mentioned above, I don’t think it’s bad, all things considered. It’s not great, obviously, but managers rarely come in midway through a season and make such huge progress that they’re lauded as geniuses. He’s set things up for the future and, on another day, we could have won two trophies this campaign and that’s nothing to be sniffed at.

It’s also easy to forget that we haven’t exactly been hitting the highest of heights non-stop in recent times. Like it or not we’ve been middle of the road for a while now. We could have sacrificed the cups and probably got top four, but would we have enjoyed it as much? Would the players have learnt as much? Not for me.

Who are your top three Liverpool players this season and why?

Lovren, simply for his transformation. It’s incredible to think he was a player we would all have lynched 12 months ago and now he’s putting in performances like that. Who would have thought not putting him alongside Martin Skrtel would have made such a major difference? Most people who’d seen Martin Skrtel play recently, I suppose.

Roberto Firmino is my No.2. He’s not to everyone’s taste and I can see why. He’s sloppy in possession and that when the pass looks dead easy, but he scores and assists and I’m all about people who can score and assist. More of them, please.

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I’m torn for the last spot but I’m going to give it to Nathaniel Clyne. While Albie Moreno was running around looking for pieces of his brain, Clyney was just being dead reliable and looking like a defender. People slag him off a bit for not being much good in the final third, but give me someone who can actually defend to play as a defender any day of the week. An honourable mention for Joe Allen, though, who I’ve been saying is boss the entire time he’s been here and feel justified about now.

Top three Liverpool games of the season?

Chelsea away, mainly because Lucas should probably have been sent off and Mourinho’s a massive cunt so it was great that he wasn’t and then we went on to destroy them and bang another nail in his managerial coffin. He’ll win stuff with United, of course, but he’ll also completely destroy them from the inside so you’ve to take your wins when you can get them I suppose.

United in the Europa is No.2. We should have scored four or five past them. They were never in the game and even though they beat us in the league, that felt like a real marker. We battered them and it was glorious.

Dortmund is the obvious final one. It’s the best game I’ve been at without question and, even though we didn’t win the trophy in the end, it will still go down in history for me as an incredible occasion. Anfield woke up this season and this was the moment that we all remembered what a difference the 12th man can make.

Best Liverpool goal?

Sturridge in the final. It gets better every time you watch it and it’s a crying shame it didn’t win the game. It deserved to win the game. I had him as first goalscorer in my bets, though, so every cloud.

What should be the major concerns for Liverpool FC right now?

The goalkeeping coach. I’ll keep banging on about this until we replace him. He’s overseen the worst of Reina, the signing of Mignolet, the signing of Bogdan and the general play of Bogdan, Mignolet and Brad Jones. Every single ‘keeper we’ve had since Reina left has been utter shite. Perhaps there’s some sort of link?

Is not being in Europe next season a help or a hindrance to Liverpool?

A massive help.

Three Liverpool players you expect to leave the club this summer?

Martin Sktrel, Joe Allen (sadly) and Jordon Ibe.

Three positions Liverpool need to improve in?

Left-back, centre-back (even with Matip coming in) and a bastard in midfield.

Any (realistic-ish) players you think Liverpool should buy?

Juan Mata. Not ‘realistic’ I suppose in that he’s at United, but Jose will want rid and he won’t want to play with him so he’d fit in well with us I reckon. And Götze’s still gonna come, don’t worry about all this chat at the minute. It’s just posturing I reckon.

What can Liverpool achieve next season?

We’re going to win the league. I’ve already written a piece explaining why, but I also really believe it. Rafa added 24 points, I think, from his first season to his second. Why can’t Jürgen? 24 points will give us 84 next season and the points needed to win the title after a major tournament is traditionally lower than normal, so 84 would be enough.

I’m not just doing that ‘always believing’ Liverpool thing, I genuinely believe we’re going to win the title next season and all the haters who roll their eyes or say we can’t can get to fuck. They won’t be allowed to celebrate next May when we’re all in the karaoke and I’m singing Suspicious Minds in full on Elvis mode. Up the title-winning Reds.

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