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    Quote Originally Posted by seanfhear View Post
    Probably why most ambitious goalkeepers really want to be Number 1 even if it meant going on loan ~ I am more talking about next season to be fair.
    Yeah, can't see anything happening this season alright - especially with covid making things far more uncertain. Liverpool can't afford to lose Kelleher given he could be needed at very short notice if Allisson were to test positive again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeLorean View Post
    Alisson hasn't played in 16 days and that'll only change to 19 if they delay his return until their home match with Brentford on Sunday, a match that even if he has a rusty nightmare they'll probably still win.

    I'd imagine the sniff of a trophy has become more of a factor for Klopp, and you couldn't blame him too much for that, especially with the league situation. A positive result tonight and Kelleher might come back in for the 2nd leg, but if the tie is in the balance I wouldn't be so sure.

    If they make the final it really would test the notion that "Caoimhin is the goalkeeper for this competition".
    Hopefully that would put it clear for him that he needs to get the finger out and force a move for start of next season.
    Havin a weekend away is quite frankly,lettin ur team mates down!

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    Back on the bench in the league cup against arsenal. Relying on an Alisson injury for any more senior game time for the remainder of the season I’d imagine. Not for me

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    I don't know - Champions League is back next month, so a couple of domestic Cup runs and he'll probably be back in for them. But it's really not ideal alright.

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    not ideal at all but he'll play next thursday in the second leg

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    Quote Originally Posted by elatedscum View Post
    not ideal at all but he'll play next thursday in the second leg
    Why would he play 2nd leg if he didnt play the 1st?

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    Well they've a league game at the weekend and Alisson hasn't played in three weeks, so it seems they want to ensure he's match sharp for the weekend. Once he's back to regular league games, you can leave the cup to Kelleher.

    Not saying that will happen, but it's certainly possible.

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    I wouldnt hold my breath. This close to a final Id expect Klopp to pick his best team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razors left peg View Post
    I wouldnt hold my breath. This close to a final Id expect Klopp to pick his best team
    Klopp said Alisson was only playing due to a lack of match sharpness - to get a game before the league game this weekend. The interview he did certainly implied that Kelleher would play next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supreme feet
    My two cents:

    Glad we have them both, but I think Bazunu just about has the higher ceiling. There’s very little to separate them on reflexes, anticipation, defensive organisation, and shot-stopping. Kelleher has better distribution, but Bazunu is a physical freak.
    With the focus on playing out from the back, distribution is a key element. Bazunu has already seen a penalty conceded because of his distribution issues. We got away with it then, but that's no guarantee we will when it happens the next time. Against Serbia, he ran out to clear the ball and completely missed it. He was almost beaten in injury time from a very long range free kick. When Kelleher races out to clear, he always clears it away from danger.

    Kelleher didn't play against Arsenal last season, not even in the League Cup tie. Against Leicester, he had no chance with the pot shot from 30 yards. But he's already saved 3 penalties in the League Cup this season, and may be needed to save more.

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    FWIW that was never a penalty. Hendrick clearly won the ball. VAR referred it because of that and if that ref wasn’t so in love with Ronaldo and his 100th goal, it would have been overturned

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    Bazunu has high level distribution. Mypost is either trolling or has an inability to perceive reality in the way that normal humans do. I like Kelleher and his distribution is high level too — but he’s also botched it by trying to be too cute. Both keepers are high level in many ways but have growing pains. I tend to give Bazunu the edge as he’s younger, getting way more first time minutes, and I think there’s more room to grow.

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    This thread is so focused on searching for every mistake kelleher and bazunu have made to prove one of them will never be a top keeper. All keepers make mistakes. Take last night ramsdale had 3 very poor mistakes with crosses that he was just dog lucky that Liverpool didn't score from. If any of our 2 had those mistakes there would be loads of talk on here saying they would never be top level

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    Travers might turn out to be better than both of them = Who really knows ?

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    An interesting thing to see is how Bazunu will avoid the same issues in the coming years.

    The only way out of sitting on the bench at Man City for him are (a) leaving the club permanently or (b) taking the number 1 spot. The latter, with the best will in the world, is odds against just by its very nature.

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    I think Bazunu will be off to play in a top European league next season, either on loan or for a relatively big money transfer. He seems like a confident and ambitious chap and I don't see him having any fear of a move outside England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by passinginterest View Post
    I think Bazunu will be off to play in a top European league next season, either on loan or for a relatively big money transfer. He seems like a confident and ambitious chap and I don't see him having any fear of a move outside England.
    I agree and why not
    A season in France would suit him

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    An interesting thing to see is how Bazunu will avoid the same issues in the coming years.

    The only way out of sitting on the bench at Man City for him are (a) leaving the club permanently or (b) taking the number 1 spot. The latter, with the best will in the world, is odds against just by its very nature.
    Same issues maybe but in a very different context. Even if he does warm the Manchester City bench for a spell, he'll do so with a wealth of first team men's football behind him, something Kelleher is very unlikely to accumulate until he moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elatedscum View Post
    Klopp said Alisson was only playing due to a lack of match sharpness - to get a game before the league game this weekend. The interview he did certainly implied that Kelleher would play next week
    Given the strength of the side Klopp put out last night and how delicately the tie is balanced, I'd be very (pleasantly) surpirsed if Kelleher starts the 2nd leg.

    I'd say Klopp was eager to finish the tie last night but that hasn't come to pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    I agree and why not
    A season in France would suit him
    A Summer Season in France wouldn’t do any of us any harm.

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