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Liverpool’s underperforming signings rated on the flop-O-meter!

| 04.11.2014

Liverpool will run out at the Bernabeu safe in the knowledge their chances of recording a famous victory are slimmer than Neil Warnock praising Premier League officiating this season.

The swashbuckling goal-grabbers of last season are still on a protracted summer holiday or lost forever it would seem thanks to the departure of maverick talent Luis Suarez.

As a result Liverpool were schooled 3-0 at Anfield in the first of two Champions League instalments against Real Madrid – a far cry from the 4-0 triumph back in 2009 in the English side’s favour – and now the Reds are untouchable 9/1 shots for the win in Spain.

Fingers have to be pointed at the manager and many of the players he’s brought in, who we’ve kindly arranged in our Flop-O-meter.

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Mario Balotelli – No Premier goal to his name so far is a dismal return considering time spent on the pitch by the barmy Italian

Dejan Lovren – Early promise has given way to moments of indecision and generally dodgy defending

Lazar Markovic – Limited exposure, but so far limited ability by the looks of things

Alberto Moreno – Goal at Tottenham promised much, but has twice dallied in the box and given away goals at Manchester City and now Newcastle. Can he defend?

Adam Lallana – Has shown glimpses of his class, but needs a run in the team

Divok Origi – The best of the lot by far, only problem is he’s playing in France

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.