Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to react after the Liverpool Echo revealed that it will most likely be James Milner coming into the side at left-back against Porto, and not Alberto Moreno.
After Andy Robertson picked up a silly yellow card in the dying stages of the last round, he received a one-match suspension, ruling him out of the quarter-final first leg.
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Whilst it was somewhat obvious that Milner would be playing instead of Moreno, a man who has made just four appearances all season, Liverpool fans are relieved after a reliable source suggested that the Spaniard is set to miss out – they have also found the time to slam the former Sevilla man.
Milner, Jurgen Klopp’s utility man, spent the entirety of the 2016/17 campaign playing at left-back, so certainly knows the position well.
Moreno, on the other hand, has looked calamitous at the back for the majority of his spell at Anfield, so the Echo’s report has left the Liverpool supporters on Twitter happy with the news and scathing of the 26-year-old…
With Robertson suspended, it will more likely be James Milner, not Alberto Moreno, at left-back against Porto on Tuesday. [Liverpool Echo]
— Anfield Edition (@AnfieldEdition) April 7, 2019
Moreno shouldn’t even be on the bench.
— JanBrady66 (@JanBrady66) April 7, 2019
I’d rather have mignolet left back than bert
— RetroUnlim.com (@retrounlim) April 7, 2019
— mitch hutchins (@HutchinsMitch) April 7, 2019
anyone but moreno ?
— Liverpool fc 4 life (@Liverpool4lif11) April 7, 2019
Plz dont bother moreno, anyway he doesnt even have a clue abt competing in big stages. Player is done
— IN KLOPP WE TRUST ✪ ?? (@georgeskarakii) April 8, 2019
Music to my ears
— Spicy FC (@TheLfcTroll) April 7, 2019
TBH I’d have preferred me nan over Moreno…
— lisa leelee (@lisaleebeeloo) April 8, 2019
More likely??? I dont want Moreno anywhere near the stadium.
— T72 (@T7261355310) April 8, 2019
moreno should barely play a reserve match at left back
— niall leonard (@leonardniall1) April 8, 2019