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Philippe Coutinho of Liverpool celebrates his goal against Stoke.

Philippe Coutinho - Player of the Week

Philippe Coutinho - Player of the Week

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Coutinho creates some Brazilian magic to stun Stoke

Coutinho celebrates goal with teammates.Brazilian international, Phillipe Coutinho, left it late, but in the 86th minute scored a fantastic goal to give Liverpool a 1-0 win away to Stoke City. It was the home team that had the best chance in the first half, when right-back Glen Johnson, who moved from Liverpool to Stoke in the summer, hit his shot over the bar. Ibrahim Affelay, who Stoke signed from Barcelona, showed some nice touches in midfield, but, generally, it was a match with few chances. Just as it looked like the match would finish in a 0-0 draw, Coutinho hit the winning goal, and it was a goal that would light up any match. The Brazilian showed great strength to control the ball and spin away from a defender, before moving forward and hitting an amazing shot into the top corner. 

"It was a great turn, he’s got away from the midfield player and hit a wonderful strike. It was a great strike to win the game."  Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.

Is this revenge for Liverpool's record defeat?

Coutinho in pre-season action.This was the second consecutive Premier League match between Stoke City and Liverpool. The final match of the 2014/15 season finished Stoke City 6-1 Liverpool. This was Stoke's biggest ever Premier League victory and Liverpool's worst ever Premier League defeat, in fact, it was Liverpool's worst defeat since 1963! Stoke scored five in the first half and Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, apologised to Liverpool fans after the match. Before last weekend's match, new Liverpool captain, Jordan Henderson, said it is a match that he won't forget for a long time. After the match, Henderson spoke more about last season's match and said, "It's a new season and a new start, but at the back of our mind now that's gone". 

“It [the 6-1] was a one-off game, a unique game. But it still happened and you have to be better and more resolute. We were working in preseason making sure our defensive organisation was better.”  Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.

What do we know about Phillipe Coutinho?

Coutinho in action against Man Utd.Philippe Coutinho was born on 12 June 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, which is the second largest city in Brazil and famous for its carnival, beaches and football. Growing up next to the Maracana Stadium, one of the most iconic stadiums in world football, and with two older brothers, Cristiano and Leandro, who loved football, there was always a good chance that Coutinho would become a footballer. Like many kids in Brazil, Coutinho grew up playing Futsal on concrete pitches, which is like 5-a-side football with a heavier ball. It is often said that it's this game that produces players with traditional Brazilian skills. Coutinho was signed by Italian team, Inter Milan, when he was only 16, and after playing on loan in Brazil for 2 years he made the long journey to Europe. After making 28 appearances for Inter, Coutinho moved on loan to Spanish team Espanyol. After only 6 months in Spain, Liverpool paid around £8.5 million to bring the Brazilian to the Premier League.

"I could have never imagined, when playing on that concrete pitch, that I would be appreciated at a club like Liverpool and be the footballer I am today."  Philippe Coutinho.

Can Liverpool build a team around Coutinho?

Coutinho is Liverpool's Player of the Season.In the last two seasons, Liverpool have lost the player that they built the team around. Last season that was Steven Gerrard, and the season before, it was Luis Suarez. With Gerrard now in America, can Coutinho be the player that Liverpool look to when they need something special? If Coutinho can produce pieces of magic like he did on the opening day of the season, then the answer is definitely yes. Coutinho, who is now in his third season at Liverpool, won the club's Player of the Year award last season and was also named in the Premier League's team of the season. After making seven new signings in the summer, it will take the likes of Christian Benteke (signed from Villa) and Roberto Firmino time to settle in at Liverpool. For this reason, the manager will be looking to the player that Liverpool fans call 'The Little Magician' to continue performing at his best. 

His creativity is incredible and that's why he's called 'The Magician' by all of us in the team."  Lucas, Coutinho's Brazilain teammate.

Does Coutinho play for Brazil?

Coutinho is now a regular in the Brazil squad.Coutinho was an important member of Brazil's youth teams and helped Brazil win the under-17 South American Championships and the FIFA Under-20 World Cup. He made his debut for the Brazilian national team in 2010, when he was only 18, but found it difficult to win a regular place in the team. He was left out of the squad for the World Cup in 2014, but more recently things are looking better for Coutinho. He scored his first goal for Brazil in June 2015 and also won a place in the Copa America squad in Chile. At only 23 years-old, Coutinho has his best years in front of him, which can only be a good thing for Brazil and Liverpool.

Is Coutinho the best Brazilian in the Premier League?

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Coutinho celebrating his goal against Stoke City with Milner, Skrtel, Can and Gomez.

What did you understand?

 
Activity 1: In this activity, put the events in Philippe Coutinho's life in the correct order.
Can you put the events in the correct order?

Activity 2: Look at some words from the article about Philippe Coutinho. Can you match the words to the meanings?
Match the words to their definitions.

 

 


Did you know......?

  • In 2014/15, three of Coutinho's four goals came from outside the box!
  • Jose Mourinho signed Coutinho for Inter Milan but he never played for him. 
  • Coutinho played under Rafa Benitez at Inter and Mauricio Pocchetino (Spurs manager) at Espanol.
  • He is married to Aine, who is his childhood sweetheart, and they moved continents together when they were only 17.
  • The tattoo on Coutinho's arm is dedicated to Aine, his parents and two brothers.
Coutinho is seen as a traditional Brazilian number 10 and has been compared to Ronaldinho and Zico!

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Will Coutinho be Liverpool's star player this season?

Do you think Liverpool will have a good season?

There are many great Brazilian midfielders in the Premier League at the moment. Who do you think is the best?

Oscar? Willian? Fernandinho? Coutinho?

 

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Rema's picture
Rema
12/08/2015
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538
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What's the meaning of the phrase: "left it late"? I found two new words for me in the Brendan Rodgers interview. First word is resolute(adjective)- determined in character, ideas or action. Second word is one-off (adjective)- happening only once. My resource for these explanations was Cambridge Dictionary online.


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Rema
12/08/2015 15:50
Serbia
West Ham United
538

What's the meaning of the phrase: "left it late"? I found two new words for me in the Brendan Rodgers interview. First word is resolute(adjective)- determined in character, ideas or action. Second word is one-off (adjective)- happening only once. My resource for these explanations was Cambridge Dictionary online.

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Vera
15/08/2015
RU
0
points

Hi Rema, I guess 'left it late' means 'he left it till the very end' - in this case, till the very end of the match. I actually watched it and was almost sure it will finish 0:0


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Vera
15/08/2015 11:17
Russia
Manchester United
0

Hi Rema, I guess 'left it late' means 'he left it till the very end' - in this case, till the very end of the match. I actually watched it and was almost sure it will finish 0:0

Rema's picture
Rema
17/08/2015
RS
538
points

Thanks for explanation.


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Rema
17/08/2015 02:55
Serbia
West Ham United
538

Thanks for explanation.

Vera's picture
Vera
15/08/2015
RU
0
points

Impressive! They actually answered your question in a podcast http://premierskillsenglish.britishcouncil.org/skills/listen/podcasts/pr...


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Vera
15/08/2015 11:26
Russia
Manchester United
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Impressive! They actually answered your question in a podcast http://premierskillsenglish.britishcouncil.org/skills/listen/podcasts/pr...

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Vera
15/08/2015
RU
0
points

Well, I am not that good at predictions, but I like the guy. So, let him me the star player of the season! )) Good luck, Philippe!


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Vera
15/08/2015 11:18
Russia
Manchester United
0

Well, I am not that good at predictions, but I like the guy. So, let him me the star player of the season! )) Good luck, Philippe!

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VerdMead96
17/08/2015
PL
146
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Coutinho can surely be Liverpool's star player this season. As we saw in the match against Stoke, Philippe is a type of player who may have a big impact on the final result and change it by only one fantastic action. What I extremely like about him is that he keeps both feet on the ground and works really hard in the trainings. With the Brazilian in such a good form and new good quality like Clyne, Frimino or Benteke The Reds can obviously have a good season, surely much better than the previous one. Victory on such a difficult ground like Britannia Stadium must always be respected no matter how unattractive the winning team's play was, however I think that in today's match against Bournemouth Liverpool's performance is going to be much better (although I won't mind a small suprise made by underdogs ;)). Answering the last question, I think Oscar and Coutinho are both great offensive players but the second one has bigger impact on his team's play. I also can't ignore Fernandinho because he has much different role on the pitch and he is obviously one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League.


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VerdMead96
17/08/2015 19:21
Poland
Manchester United
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Coutinho can surely be Liverpool's star player this season. As we saw in the match against Stoke, Philippe is a type of player who may have a big impact on the final result and change it by only one fantastic action. What I extremely like about him is that he keeps both feet on the ground and works really hard in the trainings. With the Brazilian in such a good form and new good quality like Clyne, Frimino or Benteke The Reds can obviously have a good season, surely much better than the previous one. Victory on such a difficult ground like Britannia Stadium must always be respected no matter how unattractive the winning team's play was, however I think that in today's match against Bournemouth Liverpool's performance is going to be much better (although I won't mind a small suprise made by underdogs ;)). Answering the last question, I think Oscar and Coutinho are both great offensive players but the second one has bigger impact on his team's play. I also can't ignore Fernandinho because he has much different role on the pitch and he is obviously one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League.

Rema's picture
Rema
18/08/2015
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Good comment, I completely agree with you. All of this Brazilians are fantastic, but for me Coutinho is the best without doubt, although this players doesn't play the same positions. This gameweek Fernandinho scored the goal for City. Yesterday underdog almost made a big surprise. Bournemouth were fantastic, pitch was great. Also football was great. I want to emphasize something: I'm impressed with the Scottish Matt Ritchie (brilliant player).


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Rema
18/08/2015 11:02
Serbia
West Ham United
538

Good comment, I completely agree with you. All of this Brazilians are fantastic, but for me Coutinho is the best without doubt, although this players doesn't play the same positions. This gameweek Fernandinho scored the goal for City. Yesterday underdog almost made a big surprise. Bournemouth were fantastic, pitch was great. Also football was great. I want to emphasize something: I'm impressed with the Scottish Matt Ritchie (brilliant player).

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VerdMead96
18/08/2015
PL
146
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Thanks, Rema. Good that you mentioned yesterday's match. The play from both teams was really nice to watch, but it was Bournemouth that suprised and impressed me the most. I didn't watch their match versus Aston Villa so I didn't know how they actually play but what I saw against Liverpool is brave and modern football, not that traditional English one which was typical for the expansion teams some time ago. The Cherries were unlucky in both matches and I hope that they won't wait long for the first ever points in the Premier League which they strongly deserve. And when I watched Matt Ritchie's play I instantly recalled Charlie Adam from 2010-11 season. Matt as well as Charlie did, plays for the weakest expansion team (in theory, of course), has the biggest impact on his team's play, is gifted with great skills including creativity, accurate cross or powerful shot and, what a coincidence, he represents Scotland! So I would say that Bournemouth's Matt Ritchie is like Blackpool's Charlie Adam :) Although it's going to be really hard, I strongly hope that The Cherries will manage to stay in the Premier League for next season so they have to start gaining points! Oh, and another reason why I support them is the fact that my compatriot Artur Boruc plays for them and he is an important part of the team.


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VerdMead96
18/08/2015 18:31
Poland
Manchester United
146

Thanks, Rema. Good that you mentioned yesterday's match. The play from both teams was really nice to watch, but it was Bournemouth that suprised and impressed me the most. I didn't watch their match versus Aston Villa so I didn't know how they actually play but what I saw against Liverpool is brave and modern football, not that traditional English one which was typical for the expansion teams some time ago. The Cherries were unlucky in both matches and I hope that they won't wait long for the first ever points in the Premier League which they strongly deserve. And when I watched Matt Ritchie's play I instantly recalled Charlie Adam from 2010-11 season. Matt as well as Charlie did, plays for the weakest expansion team (in theory, of course), has the biggest impact on his team's play, is gifted with great skills including creativity, accurate cross or powerful shot and, what a coincidence, he represents Scotland! So I would say that Bournemouth's Matt Ritchie is like Blackpool's Charlie Adam :) Although it's going to be really hard, I strongly hope that The Cherries will manage to stay in the Premier League for next season so they have to start gaining points! Oh, and another reason why I support them is the fact that my compatriot Artur Boruc plays for them and he is an important part of the team.

Rema's picture
Rema
19/08/2015
RS
538
points

Again great text. I have only one unclear in your text. I know what mean the term expansion, but in this case in this context I don't know: ( for the expansion teams and for the weakest expansion team ).


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Rema
19/08/2015 11:26
Serbia
West Ham United
538

Again great text. I have only one unclear in your text. I know what mean the term expansion, but in this case in this context I don't know: ( for the expansion teams and for the weakest expansion team ).

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VerdMead96
19/08/2015
PL
146
points

Expansion team - in this context I mean a new team in the league. Bournemouth are the weakest expansion team so they are most likely to be relegated at the end of the season. I found that expression in a dictionary but unfortunately I'm not really sure whether it is correct. It would be great if Jack or Rich gave an explanation of that.


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VerdMead96
19/08/2015 14:24
Poland
Manchester United
146

Expansion team - in this context I mean a new team in the league. Bournemouth are the weakest expansion team so they are most likely to be relegated at the end of the season. I found that expression in a dictionary but unfortunately I'm not really sure whether it is correct. It would be great if Jack or Rich gave an explanation of that.

Rich's picture
Rich
20/08/2015
ES
805
points

I'd actually never heard of the term 'expansion team' but I've now read a little more about American sports and think I can give you an answer that will hopefully be useful :)
An expansion team is a new team in a closed league. Closed leagues are leagues with no promotion or relegation and the only way to get into the league is to be accepted as a new franchise. A team is usually accepted from a city that has no team in the league and the team can show that the sport is very popular in that city and can help the sport get bigger/expand - which is where the term 'expansion' comes from.
This type of closed league franchise system is popular in the USA in all sports and the MLS, one example could be a team from Miami owned by David Beckham!
In Europe, football operates with promotion and relegation so new teams in the league win promotion and are usually described as 'newly promoted' or we use a sentence like, 'Leicester, who won promotion in 2013/14.....'
The closest thing to a franchise or expansion team in England are the MK Dons/Wimbledon who play in the Championship, a controversial topic but a good story to research if you're interested.


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Rich
20/08/2015 21:09
Spain
Liverpool
805

I'd actually never heard of the term 'expansion team' but I've now read a little more about American sports and think I can give you an answer that will hopefully be useful :)
An expansion team is a new team in a closed league. Closed leagues are leagues with no promotion or relegation and the only way to get into the league is to be accepted as a new franchise. A team is usually accepted from a city that has no team in the league and the team can show that the sport is very popular in that city and can help the sport get bigger/expand - which is where the term 'expansion' comes from.
This type of closed league franchise system is popular in the USA in all sports and the MLS, one example could be a team from Miami owned by David Beckham!
In Europe, football operates with promotion and relegation so new teams in the league win promotion and are usually described as 'newly promoted' or we use a sentence like, 'Leicester, who won promotion in 2013/14.....'
The closest thing to a franchise or expansion team in England are the MK Dons/Wimbledon who play in the Championship, a controversial topic but a good story to research if you're interested.

Rema's picture
Rema
21/08/2015
RS
538
points

Can you explain me more specific meaning of the term franchise? Where we can found the topic about MK Dons, is that topic within Premier Skills English? If I good understand the closed league is one league without concern, because teams can't be promoted or relegated. What's your opinion about closed league?


Rema's picture
Rema
21/08/2015 11:05
Serbia
West Ham United
538

Can you explain me more specific meaning of the term franchise? Where we can found the topic about MK Dons, is that topic within Premier Skills English? If I good understand the closed league is one league without concern, because teams can't be promoted or relegated. What's your opinion about closed league?

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Rich
22/08/2015
ES
805
points

A franchise is when a company gives the right or a license to use its name and products, for example McDonald's restaurants are franchises. Major League Soccer (MLS) gives franchises to clubs in its league to operate under the MLS name. I'm a bit of a traditionalist and don't think the idea of franchises is a good one and I don't think this model would work well in the Premier League or any European Leagues. You can find out more about MK Dons/Wimbledon here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relocation_of_Wimbledon_F.C._to_Milton_Keynes. After reading, can you tell me if it was MK Dons or Wimbledon that used to be in the Premier League and won the FA Cup in 1986?


Rich's picture
Rich
22/08/2015 10:05
Spain
Liverpool
805

A franchise is when a company gives the right or a license to use its name and products, for example McDonald's restaurants are franchises. Major League Soccer (MLS) gives franchises to clubs in its league to operate under the MLS name. I'm a bit of a traditionalist and don't think the idea of franchises is a good one and I don't think this model would work well in the Premier League or any European Leagues. You can find out more about MK Dons/Wimbledon here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relocation_of_Wimbledon_F.C._to_Milton_Keynes. After reading, can you tell me if it was MK Dons or Wimbledon that used to be in the Premier League and won the FA Cup in 1986?

Rema's picture
Rema
25/08/2015
RS
538
points

That was Wimbldon and his Crazy Gang with legendary Vinnie Jones.


Rema's picture
Rema
25/08/2015 15:38
Serbia
West Ham United
538

That was Wimbldon and his Crazy Gang with legendary Vinnie Jones.

Rich's picture
Rich
25/08/2015
ES
805
points

Back in 1986 they were called Wimbledon and yes it was Vinnie Jones and the Crazy Gang! However, this team is now called MK Dons and plays in the Championship. The team called Wimbledon play in League 2 and is a new club, which was started by angry fans after the original Wimbledon/MK Dons moved to Milton Keynes.


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Rich
25/08/2015 16:04
Spain
Liverpool
805

Back in 1986 they were called Wimbledon and yes it was Vinnie Jones and the Crazy Gang! However, this team is now called MK Dons and plays in the Championship. The team called Wimbledon play in League 2 and is a new club, which was started by angry fans after the original Wimbledon/MK Dons moved to Milton Keynes.

Rema's picture
Rema
26/08/2015
RS
538
points

I write Wimbldon instead of Wimbledon. Yes, I read on wikipedia that group of Wimbledon disaffected fans decide to create club and called him AFC Wimbledon. I think that' this relocation show classic example when "money talk".


Rema's picture
Rema
26/08/2015 11:58
Serbia
West Ham United
538

I write Wimbldon instead of Wimbledon. Yes, I read on wikipedia that group of Wimbledon disaffected fans decide to create club and called him AFC Wimbledon. I think that' this relocation show classic example when "money talk".

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VerdMead96
21/08/2015
PL
146
points

Thank you Rich for responding, what you wrote is really interesting and helped me fully understand the term.


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VerdMead96
21/08/2015 20:10
Poland
Manchester United
146

Thank you Rich for responding, what you wrote is really interesting and helped me fully understand the term.

Abdallah
27/09/2015
KW
1807
points

Yes he has, I really like his play style
I don't think the Reds will have a good season because they don't have good team .
Oscar and coutinho


Abdallah
27/09/2015 20:56
Kuwait
Chelsea
1807

Yes he has, I really like his play style
I don't think the Reds will have a good season because they don't have good team .
Oscar and coutinho

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elghoul
13/10/2015
DZ
4837
points

I don't think he will be star player with the new deutch manager.
Yes Liverpool will end the season at the first half of the tableboard.
I think Willian is the more complet of the four.


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elghoul
13/10/2015 15:50
Algeria
Arsenal
4837

I don't think he will be star player with the new deutch manager.
Yes Liverpool will end the season at the first half of the tableboard.
I think Willian is the more complet of the four.

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aragorn1986
03/11/2015
ME
6882
points

Willian is the best brazilian player at the moment. He is very fast and skillful.


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aragorn1986
03/11/2015 16:08
Montenegro
Arsenal
6882

Willian is the best brazilian player at the moment. He is very fast and skillful.

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nyinyi
12/11/2015
MM
257
points

I think Coutinho will be Liverpool's star player.
He also involve in my favourite players in Liverpool. I think he is the best as I told.
I wish Liverpool will have a good season.


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nyinyi
12/11/2015 06:23
Myanmar
Manchester United
257

I think Coutinho will be Liverpool's star player.
He also involve in my favourite players in Liverpool. I think he is the best as I told.
I wish Liverpool will have a good season.

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MUGEMANYI
20/11/2015
RW
2320
points

Coutinho is the key player for Liverpool. His absence affect more the team


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MUGEMANYI
20/11/2015 07:02
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Coutinho is the key player for Liverpool. His absence affect more the team

nikosonris
23/11/2015
UA
2453
points

Both Willian and Coutinho show splendid performance are deservedly considered currently the best Brazilians in the PL. It's worth mentioning that The Reds' recent form proved that they are ready to compete for the title.


nikosonris
23/11/2015 11:41
Ukraine
Arsenal
2453

Both Willian and Coutinho show splendid performance are deservedly considered currently the best Brazilians in the PL. It's worth mentioning that The Reds' recent form proved that they are ready to compete for the title.

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aragorn1986
06/12/2015
ME
6882
points

Klopp started building a team. He'll find a solution and I expect to see beautiful games of Liverpool in a year. Coutinho is a promising young player. Also, he's one of the best long distance shooting players.


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aragorn1986
06/12/2015 14:10
Montenegro
Arsenal
6882

Klopp started building a team. He'll find a solution and I expect to see beautiful games of Liverpool in a year. Coutinho is a promising young player. Also, he's one of the best long distance shooting players.

nikosonris
07/12/2015
UA
2453
points

A defeat at St. James Park is a good lesson for Klopp to learn while building his team.


nikosonris
07/12/2015 11:58
Ukraine
Arsenal
2453

A defeat at St. James Park is a good lesson for Klopp to learn while building his team.

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HakanUslu1881
12/03/2016
TR
1750
points

Maybe.
No,I don't believe.
I think the best Brazilian midfielder is Felipe Melo.


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HakanUslu1881
12/03/2016 07:56
Turkey
Leicester City
1750

Maybe.
No,I don't believe.
I think the best Brazilian midfielder is Felipe Melo.

englishman
19/07/2016
DZ
1026
points

I think that Liverpool will have a great season


englishman
19/07/2016 15:01
Algeria
Chelsea
1026

I think that Liverpool will have a great season

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levaniavaqashvili30
18/11/2016
GE
154
points

i think he will be Liverpool's star player


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levaniavaqashvili30
18/11/2016 18:41
Georgia
Liverpool
154

i think he will be Liverpool's star player

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