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Suppose you have a physicist and a sociologist standing at the side of a field, observing a set of events unfolding on the field. The physicist does [describes] it using the terminology of mass and velocity and frequency of radiation and the rest. And the sociologist does it by describing it as a rugby match.



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maybe this Ibe One Konobie should get a few cameo minutes
Cool name. Sounds like a character on Mortal Kombat you don't want to mess with.
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Old 20-05-13, 08:17 PM   #83
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Jordon Ibe vs QPR




P.S. Didn't want to start a new thread but perhaps mods can move this existing one into Liverpool FC section.
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Old 21-05-13, 04:31 AM   #84
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Another great highlights vid Mostar . Haven't seen much of Ibe but he looks to be a really exciting prospect.
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Old 21-05-13, 12:00 PM   #85
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Unluke some, he physically looks up to the challenge of our league
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Unluke some, he physically looks up to the challenge of our league
Deffo.

Didn't let the occasion get to him, didn't seem to let his natural game get affected and hopefully it's the first of many.
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Old 21-05-13, 01:30 PM   #88
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So have we signed this lad yet or what?
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So have we signed this lad yet or what?
Eh? We signed him 18 months ago.
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Yes, in 2011.
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Old 21-05-13, 01:32 PM   #91
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Sigh. He's in the Transfer forum. I'm hinting he should be moved.
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Sigh. He's in the Transfer forum. I'm hinting he should be moved.
Lol, he shouldn't really be in the off field forum I agree.
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Old 21-05-13, 01:40 PM   #93
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Another great highlights vid Mostar.
Haven't seen much of Ibe but he looks to be a really exciting prospect.
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Sigh. He's in the Transfer forum. I'm hinting he should be moved.

I asked for that beneath of that video but I suppose mods didn't see it.
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That's the main difference between him and Sterling.

He already looks ready for PL.

Really looking forward to seeing more of him next year.

Definitely one for the future.
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The presence of Ibe and Coutinho should either make or break Sterling - either he steps up to the plate and fulfils his potential OR he drops down the pecking order.
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Old 21-05-13, 02:53 PM   #96
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Amazing, played one game in the PL and he's ready for the league whereas Sterling who played 25 games for us isn't.

Both have great potential for us but Sterling is still well ahead of him for me.
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Crazy how quickly we judge our players nowadays. Sterling is just a kid and did a great job for us at the beginning of the season. Written off by some already
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Crazy how quickly we judge our players nowadays. Sterling is just a kid and did a great job for us at the beginning of the season. Written off by some already
Hardly writing someone off to suggest there is a stronger player coming through. Stop being such a drama queen Sarb.
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Hardly writing someone off to suggest there is a stronger player coming through. Stop being such a drama queen Sarb.


Suso and Sterling < Couthinho and Ibe
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I don't think anyone said that.

Comparisons are made between him and Ibe because of similar age and similar skill set but by no means anyone meant to write Sterling off.

Personally it is great to have 2 young kids who look very promising and could sort out our wing options for a long time.
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Old 21-05-13, 03:12 PM   #102
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I'd wait before labelling Ibe better than Sterling.
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It's ridiculous to make a judgment about Sterling, let alone Ibe.

Fools rush in etc.
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well, fools and gibbo.

i never understood why they drew a line there tbh honest.
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Old 21-05-13, 08:41 PM   #105
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Old 21-05-13, 10:11 PM   #108
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Thanks Mos. the lad has skill doesn't he.
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Probably mentioned elsewhere, but how old is he? Got a lot of confidence in himself for a lad of what, 18?
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He won't be 18 until December.... Also, he is the youngest goal scorer in the history of the football league - having scored for Wycombe when he was 15....

I think it is very exciting to be honest....having players such as Sterling, Suso, wisdom, Ibe, Sinclair, McLaughlin all ready to knock on the door.... What makes this more exciting is that players like Coutinho, Henderson, Shelvey, Allen, Sturridge are all young players as well....also hopefully we sign the likes of Papadopolis and Eriksen this summer too......it will be an exciting few years ahead.... I'd love to see us play some league 1/2 team in the carling cup next season witha team like Reina, McLaughlin, Wisdom, Agger, Robinson, Gerrard, Coady, Ibe, Suso, Sterling, Sinclair
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None of those players in that team are a proper striker? Definitely need a Sturridge in there or Suarez
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I think it is very exciting to be honest....having players such as Sterling, Suso, wisdom, Ibe, Sinclair, McLaughlin all ready to knock on the door....

What makes this more exciting is that players like Coutinho, Henderson, Shelvey, Allen, Sturridge are all young players as well....also hopefully we sign the likes of Papadopolis and Eriksen this summer too......it will be an exciting few years ahead....

I'd love to see us play some league 1/2 team in the carling cup next season witha team like Reina, McLaughlin, Wisdom, Agger, Robinson, Gerrard, Coady, Ibe, Suso, Sterling, Sinclair
You forgot Yesil and Texeira!
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Mostar you are a ledge man!!!

What do you think of Ibe??? I hope the fact that Sterling is too close in age and playing ability does not hinder his development. I wonder will be go on loan......someone like Wigan would be a good move.

I reckon an attacking 3 of Sterling Coutinho and Ibe all behind sturridge in about 3 years time would be amazing.....
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He is ready now and too good to go on loan. Will make a first team impact on the PL this season IMO.
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as things stand i would pick him a head of sterling,hopefully the break sterling had at the end of the season will have done him some good but he did go off the boil.as for ibe he just seems more composed on the ball to me than sterling and and defo more body strength.
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as things stand i would pick him a head of sterling,hopefully the break sterling had at the end of the season will have done him some good but he did go off the boil.as for ibe he just seems more composed on the ball to me than sterling and and defo more body strength.
I disagree. Sterling has done his apprenticeship last year (& deserves a start) & Ibe will do the same this year IMO. They will both possibly see game time this year or Ibe may be sent on loan till Xmas.
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I've got really high hopes for this lad, we need players like him to break through and make an impression on the first team if we can't buy the talent. His mentality looks spot on, he's clearly got ability and physically he's ready. If he's managed properly he could be be in the team for years.

At the moment BR has Sturridge and Countinho as the players that are defining his tenure. He really needs a core of 5 or 6 players that are "his" to get his vision expressed in a consistent manner. When this happens people will be looking at Liverpool as a coherent team with a vision. Hopefully players like Ibe can be the future, it certainly worked down the road years ago.
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I've got really high hopes for this lad, we need players like him to break through and make an impression on the first team if we can't buy the talent. His mentality looks spot on, he's clearly got ability and physically he's ready. If he's managed properly he could be be in the team for years.

At the moment BR has Sturridge and Countinho as the players that are defining his tenure. He really needs a core of 5 or 6 players that are "his" to get his vision expressed in a consistent manner. When this happens people will be looking at Liverpool as a coherent team with a vision. Hopefully players like Ibe can be the future, it certainly worked down the road years ago.
I reckon Sterling and Allen will be his players too.
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