AFTER a battling victory disintegrated into a deflating draw with yet more questionable Liverpool defending at the scene of the crime, Rob Gutmann hosts a forensic dissection of where it all went wrong at Anfield versus Eddie Howe’s Cherries.
Joining Rob to talk Liverpool v Bournemouth, Jürgen Klopp’s decisions, what it all means for the rest of the season and the implications for summer recruitment are Ian Ryan, Paul Senior and Gareth Roberts.
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Nice one lads, just popped in for me’ footy victuals and you’ve cheered me up (a bit). :)
After doing some (wholly fictitious) research, I have come to the conclusion that Rob Gutmann is correct in his assertion that the debate vis-à-vis the importance of the goalkeeper vs the outfield player, has indeed “raged since the dawn of football time”. In 1846, Lord David Tarquin ‘Pip’ Wright Montague, whilst in goal for Woolverstone gentlemen squires, received a dubious back pass from Herbert Riley ‘Jebediah’ Cuthbertson-Odgers, resulting in a last-minute defeat for the gentlemen squires in a hard fought match against the Riley Home Bludgers. The resulting argument was so vociferous that…………………. zzzzzzz (sorry, it’s late!) :)