Don’t request a transfer from this Liverpool team, with Mo Salah up top and Jurgen Klopp in the dugout, to achieve ‘better things’…
It doesn’t get any better. The grass isn’t greener. Michael Owen left Liverpool in 2004 and we won the Champions League that season – and we really hope Coutinho ends up having similar regrets…
Tonight, his former side beat Manchester City 2-1 to seal a 5-1 aggregate victory and our progress to the semis.
Coutinho watched Barcelona (as he’s cup-tied) lose 3-0 to Roma and exit on the away goals rule.
The Brazilian thought he was too good for us by the end of his tenure, but we’ve proven him wrong.
This Liverpool team is united, excellent and going places.
It would have been nice to put Barca out ourselves in the next round, but we’re grateful our Italian friends did it instead!
How's it going @Phil_Coutinho?
— LFC Fans Corner (@LFCFansCorner) April 10, 2018
Remember when Coutinho said : "I left Liverpool to win the Champions League with Barca."
— Football Funnys (@FootyFunnysUK) April 10, 2018
Looking for Coutinho and Sterling in the semi finals of the Champions League… pic.twitter.com/lWsczg2QRr
— fivetimesclub (@fivetimesclub) April 10, 2018
Coutinho could have been playing in the Champions League semi final instead he'll be watching it on tv
— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) April 10, 2018
Someone call Phil Coutinho and ask how he's feeling, please? pic.twitter.com/McHcrRwmtu
— Carl (@Carl_M79) April 10, 2018
— Across the Pond (@ATPradio) April 10, 2018
Poor Phil Coutinho in wanting to achieve bigger things! #LFC
— Carl Clemente (@clemente_carl) April 10, 2018
— Rakhaal Aariann ® (@R4KH44L) April 10, 2018