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Old 07-01-19, 03:40 PM   #3441
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I reckon that's from that bowling alley in Widnes where he was on Saturday and has been spotted there numerous times

Bobby Firmino, our Samba star knocking about on moody industrial estates in Widnes
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Old 07-01-19, 03:45 PM   #3442
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I used to Coutinho at the 1 in edge lane quite a bit and seen Trent there on a date drinking a slushy and leaving the girl whilst he played basketball in the arcade
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Old 07-01-19, 03:45 PM   #3443
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took me 2 glances...thought he had a black miniskirt on and the transition to crack whore was complete.
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Is that a McDonald's employee's cap the other fella has on?
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Firmino looks like a shit Gok Wan.
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Old 07-01-19, 05:44 PM   #3446
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That outfit suggests confidence remains high after the recent defeat.

In order of what I’d most not want to wear from that outfit it’s pretty close between the red slippers and the pendant with own name on it.

You’ve got to admire his chutzpah.
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Old 08-01-19, 03:08 PM   #3447
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I used to Coutinho at the 1 in edge lane quite a bit and seen Trent there on a date drinking a slushy and leaving the girl whilst he played basketball in the arcade
Ah ha ha ha!!
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Old 08-01-19, 03:10 PM   #3448
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Is that a McDonald's employee's cap the other fella has on?
Don't eat at Maccies often then Norbs? Lol
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Old 08-01-19, 07:29 PM   #3449
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I reckon that's from that bowling alley in Widnes where he was on Saturday and has been spotted there numerous times

Bobby Firmino, our Samba star knocking about on moody industrial estates in Widnes
Widnes ffs

Someone on here was from Widnes weren't they? Les maybe? Sorry Les
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Old 10-01-19, 03:16 PM   #3450
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The Liverpool boss claims that he had twenty German coaches at the recent home game against Fulham and he revealed what they had to say after the game about Firmino.

ďIn the last home game against Fulham, I had 20 German coaches in the stadium," said Klopp, according to Liverpool's official website. "Most of them were friends of mine, and I know them all.

ďThey watched the game. Iím not sure what the critics were saying about Bobby Firmino after the game, but when I saw the coaches later and we had drinks together, they were like ĎBobby Firmino... what a player!í

ďItís because of the small things he is doing, he is working hard, he is here, he is there, he has five goals now and he opens 5,000 gaps for everybody. Itís about how you see it.Ē
What a guy! Imagine knowing so many people that you can filter them by nationality and profession and still have such an impressively large number! Wow.
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Old 10-01-19, 03:25 PM   #3451
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What a guy! Imagine knowing so many people that you can filter them by nationality and profession and still have such an impressively large number! Wow.
Or itís just that there was a visiting group of 20 German football coaches there that day...
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Or itís just that there was a visiting group of 20 German football coaches there that day...
klopp just counted the towels on the seats, he knew where they were from, piece of piss

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Old 10-01-19, 04:19 PM   #3453
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Old 10-01-19, 04:29 PM   #3454
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Someone on here was from Widnes weren't they? Les maybe? Sorry Les
Yes! Les and his lad Mike. Haha. They lived in the posh bit though.
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Old 10-01-19, 04:32 PM   #3455
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Yes! Les and his lad Mike. Haha. They lived in the posh bit though.
The posh bit of Widnes
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Old 10-01-19, 06:57 PM   #3456
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Yes! Les and his lad Mike. Haha. They lived in the posh bit though.
Ah those couple of houses up near the station
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And each town looks the same to me
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Interview: Firmino on Brighton test, Salah's dancing and trio's debuts

Roberto Firmino believes Liverpool must 'maintain their focus' as they aim to respond to back-to-back defeats when they travel to Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

The Reds have suffered 2-1 losses to Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers in their last two outings in the Premier League and FA Cup respectively.

Nevertheless, they hold a four-point lead at the summit of the top flight and will be aiming to strengthen their grip on first place by picking up a victory at the Amex Stadium.

But Firmino knows anything less than generating a 100 per cent performance level will be punished by a Seagulls side who’ve only lost one of the last seven matches at home.

Ahead of the game, our No.9 sat down with Liverpoolfc.com at Melwood to look ahead to the fixture, as well as discussing his own run of form that has yielded four goals in his last two starts.

In addition, Firmino offered his congratulations following Mohamed Salah’s coronation as the CAF African Player of the Year for a second year running and reflected on the senior debuts of three Academy starlets at Molineux earlier this week.

Read on to see what the Brazilian had to say…

Firstly, Roberto, how important is it to bounce back at Brighton on Saturday after two defeats?

It’ll be a difficult game. Losing is obviously always bad; nobody likes to lose, and certainly not me. But now we’ve got to bounce back. We’ve worked hard every day so we’re prepared for the weekend. It’ll be a big game, a difficult game and we’ll do our best to get the three points.

Defeat at Manchester City last time out in the league, but we’re still four points clear at the top…

That’s what the Premier League is all about - it’s intensely competitive. If the team at the top stutters, the second place will overtake them. We know we can’t go to sleep and lose silly points. We must maintain our focus until the end of the season.

You’ve scored four times in your last two league games. How pleased are you to be back among the goals?

I’ve always loved scoring; I love to help my team with assists and goals. It’s what I always go out there with the aim of going to do. I love football and will do my best on the pitch. I’m really happy with everything at the moment. As players, we live for goals, victories and assists. We have to be prepared for what is in front of us and always be confident that a goal is coming, but we know you’ve got to work really hard for this to happen. All round, we have to maintain our focus.

Your understanding with Mo and Sadio looks like it’s continuing to grow…

It’s not just the understanding with Sadio and Mo Salah - it’s with the entire team. We’re in a great place at the moment. We’re maintaining this high level in the big games, and we need to carry on like this. I hope we can sustain it.

How much work goes in on the training ground to your partnership as a front three?

As I said before, the development has to be constant, the Premier League is very demanding, so your focus has to be 100 per cent and you have to work as hard as possible. You have to be consistent, which is the result of the hard work you put in working towards victories. It’s about effort, hard work day in, day out and the way we organise ourselves in training. That’s what it is.

Mo was named African Player of the Year for the second year running this week. Did you happen to see his dance?

I saw it on the internet! I would like to congratulate him on winning the African Player of the Year award for the second consecutive year. And yes, I saw that they tried to make him dance… he tried, but I don’t think it’s his forte!

Have you got any tips for him?

No, I might ask him about it later, though! His strength is playing football and scoring goals, that’s what he knows.

Back to the weekend, what do you expect from Brighton?

A difficult game, as always. There are no easy games in the Premier League. It’ll be another difficult game, but one where we’ll do our best to win. We have to maintain our focus and consistency to stay at the top.

Brighton’s home record is very impressive…

It is - and that’s one of the reasons why it’ll be a difficult game. It will be tough. It’s a good Brighton team, so we’ll have to be at our best to try to win the game. It’ll be a great game, an excellent match, very competitive.

Away from Brighton, what did you make of the debuts of Curtis Jones, Rafa Camacho and Ki-Jana Hoever earlier this week?

I think it’s really special. Three ‘debuts’ - as you say in English - from three great up-and-coming players. I really like the way they play football. Unfortunately, we didn’t win at Wolves, but they’re young - they’ll get even better and develop further.

What would be your advice to them at this stage of their young careers?

To keep their feet on the ground, to never get carried away and start thinking you’re too good. This is where it all starts for them, but they haven’t won anything yet. They need to remain focused, work hard and one day they’ll be able to show their full potential.

They obviously train with you here at Melwood. What are they like in the sessions?

The three of them are really impressive. Rafa Camacho is your typical quality Portuguese player; Curtis, as well, is quality on the ball. Ki-Jana is, again, an excellent player - and he played really well in the game against Wolves. My congratulations go to the three of them for their debuts, but now they need to keep focused and keep their feet on the ground to make the next steps.
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I'll have to take your word for it haven't been down that way for what must be over a decade now!
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Interview: Firmino on Brighton test, Salah's dancing and trio's debuts

Roberto Firmino believes Liverpool must 'maintain their focus' as they aim to respond to back-to-back defeats when they travel to Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

The Reds have suffered 2-1 losses to Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers in their last two outings in the Premier League and FA Cup respectively.

Nevertheless, they hold a four-point lead at the summit of the top flight and will be aiming to strengthen their grip on first place by picking up a victory at the Amex Stadium.

But Firmino knows anything less than generating a 100 per cent performance level will be punished by a Seagulls side whoíve only lost one of the last seven matches at home.

Ahead of the game, our No.9 sat down with Liverpoolfc.com at Melwood to look ahead to the fixture, as well as discussing his own run of form that has yielded four goals in his last two starts.

In addition, Firmino offered his congratulations following Mohamed Salahís coronation as the CAF African Player of the Year for a second year running and reflected on the senior debuts of three Academy starlets at Molineux earlier this week.

Read on to see what the Brazilian had to sayÖ

Firstly, Roberto, how important is it to bounce back at Brighton on Saturday after two defeats?

Itíll be a difficult game. Losing is obviously always bad; nobody likes to lose, and certainly not me. But now weíve got to bounce back. Weíve worked hard every day so weíre prepared for the weekend. Itíll be a big game, a difficult game and weíll do our best to get the three points.

Defeat at Manchester City last time out in the league, but weíre still four points clear at the topÖ

Thatís what the Premier League is all about - itís intensely competitive. If the team at the top stutters, the second place will overtake them. We know we canít go to sleep and lose silly points. We must maintain our focus until the end of the season.

Youíve scored four times in your last two league games. How pleased are you to be back among the goals?

Iíve always loved scoring; I love to help my team with assists and goals. Itís what I always go out there with the aim of going to do. I love football and will do my best on the pitch. Iím really happy with everything at the moment. As players, we live for goals, victories and assists. We have to be prepared for what is in front of us and always be confident that a goal is coming, but we know youíve got to work really hard for this to happen. All round, we have to maintain our focus.

Your understanding with Mo and Sadio looks like itís continuing to growÖ

Itís not just the understanding with Sadio and Mo Salah - itís with the entire team. Weíre in a great place at the moment. Weíre maintaining this high level in the big games, and we need to carry on like this. I hope we can sustain it.

How much work goes in on the training ground to your partnership as a front three?

As I said before, the development has to be constant, the Premier League is very demanding, so your focus has to be 100 per cent and you have to work as hard as possible. You have to be consistent, which is the result of the hard work you put in working towards victories. Itís about effort, hard work day in, day out and the way we organise ourselves in training. Thatís what it is.

Mo was named African Player of the Year for the second year running this week. Did you happen to see his dance?

I saw it on the internet! I would like to congratulate him on winning the African Player of the Year award for the second consecutive year. And yes, I saw that they tried to make him danceÖ he tried, but I donít think itís his forte!

Have you got any tips for him?

No, I might ask him about it later, though! His strength is playing football and scoring goals, thatís what he knows.

Back to the weekend, what do you expect from Brighton?

A difficult game, as always. There are no easy games in the Premier League. Itíll be another difficult game, but one where weíll do our best to win. We have to maintain our focus and consistency to stay at the top.

Brightonís home record is very impressiveÖ

It is - and thatís one of the reasons why itíll be a difficult game. It will be tough. Itís a good Brighton team, so weíll have to be at our best to try to win the game. Itíll be a great game, an excellent match, very competitive.

Away from Brighton, what did you make of the debuts of Curtis Jones, Rafa Camacho and Ki-Jana Hoever earlier this week?

I think itís really special. Three Ďdebutsí - as you say in English - from three great up-and-coming players. I really like the way they play football. Unfortunately, we didnít win at Wolves, but theyíre young - theyíll get even better and develop further.

What would be your advice to them at this stage of their young careers?

To keep their feet on the ground, to never get carried away and start thinking youíre too good. This is where it all starts for them, but they havenít won anything yet. They need to remain focused, work hard and one day theyíll be able to show their full potential.

They obviously train with you here at Melwood. What are they like in the sessions?

The three of them are really impressive. Rafa Camacho is your typical quality Portuguese player; Curtis, as well, is quality on the ball. Ki-Jana is, again, an excellent player - and he played really well in the game against Wolves. My congratulations go to the three of them for their debuts, but now they need to keep focused and keep their feet on the ground to make the next steps.
...I must say, Bobby's english is fucking amazing these days. 'Forte' ffs.. even some people who live here don't know what that means.
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Could be a big player for us over the next 4 months. Need him to be more involved.
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Could be a big player for us over the next 4 months. Need him to be more involved.
He's definitely been more involved recently and getting used to his new role more. We can't expect him to score at the same rate as last year, but 5 in the last 4 games suggests he could finish the season with a good few more.
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Could be a big player for us over the next 4 months. Need him to be more involved.

9 goals and three assists in the league from what is pretty much an attacking midfielder role is a pretty good return though.


Would guess that if he was starting in the same position as he played in last season that those numbers would be higher still.


He is doing more of a workhorse role than last season and as such I think he does not always catch the eye.
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Worst game I can ever remember from him. Looked like wasn’t arsed at all, very disappointing
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teams have got wise to Salah in the middle and Bobby deeper, needs to be knocked on head
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The "he wasn't arsed at all" thing is shite and really unfair Tee.

He had a really poor game and I agree with Adam that the role he's playing doesn't suit him nearly as well as where he played last season.
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He was trying to literally nothing was coming off, lost count of the amount of times he gave the ball away. Salah and Bobby tore it up last night, the change of role has messed with the balance up top no doubts.
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Only in the last few games though.

We played with Salah up top loads of times and it has worked.

Bournemouth away for example.
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Only in the last few games though.

We played with Salah up top loads of times and it has worked.

Bournemouth away for example.
I think we've been functional but Salah and Bobby just looked so much more dangerous last season.... especially Bobby.
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The "he wasn't arsed at all" thing is shite and really unfair Tee.

He had a really poor game and I agree with Adam that the role he's playing doesn't suit him nearly as well as where he played last season.
Well I didnít see the level of press we come to expect from him. Makes a massive difference when he is on it
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Well I didnít see the level of press we come to expect from him. Makes a massive difference when he is on it
I do agree with that. His energy levels looked off. I know a few of the team have had a virus (Milner travelled separately from the rest of the squad). I wonder if Bobby was affected too?

I just think if you're going to criticise anyone for not being arsed, Bobby is right at the back of that list. He always gives his all. For whatever reason he was misplacing even the simplest of passes and I think it got into his head.
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Some great play from him today. He plays, we play.
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Some great play from him today. He plays, we play.
Wonderful player.
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Keep him in that centre forward role and no out wide. Both players look so much better there.
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When Firmino plays well, the team tend to score a lot of goals... when he is not on form, we tend to scrape results by the odd goal.

I feel Firmino and VVD are our two most "pivotable" players, without whom we are forced to adjust the way we play to a much larger degree than say Salah or Mane.
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Keep him in that centre forward role and no out wide. Both players look so much better there.
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Pretty sure Iíbe read that Bobby is largely the orchestrator of our pressing too. If heís on, the team is too.
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