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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:37 am 
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Bomber wrote:
Another one for the trophy cabinet :D



Man city have already won a bigger trophy this season.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Another one for the trophy cabinet :D



Man city have already won a bigger trophy this season.


I know which one I'd rather have.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Bomber wrote:
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Another one for the trophy cabinet :D



Man city have already won a bigger trophy this season.


I know which one I'd rather have.


So, do I.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Being a Millwall supporter, I'd say you're more comfortably happier with less important silverware, which stands to reason.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Bomber wrote:
Being a Millwall supporter, I'd say you're more comfortably happier with less important silverware, which stands to reason.


NOT at all, I'd take the Premier League/FA Cup every time.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Being a Millwall supporter, I'd say you're more comfortably happier with less important silverware, which stands to reason.


NOT at all, I'd take the Premier League/FA Cup every time.


That was last season. We are talking this season. So far FA charity shield and UEFA super cup. Easy choice.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Bomber wrote:
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Being a Millwall supporter, I'd say you're more comfortably happier with less important silverware, which stands to reason.


NOT at all, I'd take the Premier League/FA Cup every time.


That was last season. We are talking this season. So far FA charity shield and UEFA super cup. Easy choice.



to be in the charity shield (this year) you have to have won the League or Cup.

European super cup is a nothing competition, just like the charity shield.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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to be in the charity shield (this year) you have to have won the League or Cup.


Are you sure?


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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I don't think Liverpool won either.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Urusei Yatsura wrote:
I don't think Liverpool won either.

No they didn't and yes it's still funny!


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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ADRIAN!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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six and out wrote:
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to be in the charity shield (this year) you have to have won the League or Cup.


Are you sure?

No

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2019 11:26 am 
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Interesting "spat" by Mane against "selfish" Salah on weekend....

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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this is when it all begins to crumble...players resenting other players 'accolades'


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Thought Mane had every right to be angry, Salah ignored him for most of the game while trying weak as piss passes to the goalkeeper. However he should've probably saved it for the change rooms, rather than his frustration being broadcasted for the world to see


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:38 pm 
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Bradmufc1975 wrote:
Thought Mane had every right to be angry, Salah ignored him for most of the game while trying weak as piss passes to the goalkeeper. However he should've probably saved it for the change rooms, rather than his frustration being broadcasted for the world to see


It’s a storm in a tea cup. Far worse is when players squabble over penalties and miss them.
Or when a team can’t win a game.

Milner’s Instagram post shows it’s not serious.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2019 7:18 am 
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six and out wrote:
Bradmufc1975 wrote:
Thought Mane had every right to be angry, Salah ignored him for most of the game while trying weak as piss passes to the goalkeeper. However he should've probably saved it for the change rooms, rather than his frustration being broadcasted for the world to see


It’s a storm in a tea cup. Far worse is when players squabble over penalties and miss them.
Or when a team can’t win a game.

Milner’s Instagram post shows it’s not serious.


It was funny but I think Milner has a scriptwriter, he's not that bright.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:18 am 
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
six and out wrote:
Bradmufc1975 wrote:
Thought Mane had every right to be angry, Salah ignored him for most of the game while trying weak as piss passes to the goalkeeper. However he should've probably saved it for the change rooms, rather than his frustration being broadcasted for the world to see


It’s a storm in a tea cup. Far worse is when players squabble over penalties and miss them.
Or when a team can’t win a game.

Milner’s Instagram post shows it’s not serious.


It was funny but I think Milner has a scriptwriter, he's not that bright.


Obviously don't follow too many players, especially from other clubs, or see their posts shared, but Milner is the funniest one I am aware of. The boringjamesmilner parody was good but then his offical one came long and is better and basically killed the parody!

Crouch is also pretty good.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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six and out wrote:
Bradmufc1975 wrote:
Thought Mane had every right to be angry, Salah ignored him for most of the game while trying weak as piss passes to the goalkeeper. However he should've probably saved it for the change rooms, rather than his frustration being broadcasted for the world to see


It’s a storm in a tea cup. Far worse is when players squabble over penalties and miss them.
Or when a team can’t win a game.

Milner’s Instagram post shows it’s not serious.



Too early to call this, lets wait and see if it festers later on when it happens again.

I did love the Firmino social media post and his reaction in the tunnel after the game
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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:39 am 
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Jurgen's not happy with VAR :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Jurgen's not happy with VAR :lol:


Until it benefits his team, then all smiles no doubt.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:29 am 
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ozzie owl wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
Jurgen's not happy with VAR :lol:


Until it benefits his team, then all smiles no doubt.


You are clueless aren't you? Trying to be clever but not thinking what you post.
It has 'benefited' us many times. How can anyone be happy with inconsistency? That's his gripe, and rightly so.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:40 am 
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six and out wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
Jurgen's not happy with VAR :lol:


Until it benefits his team, then all smiles no doubt.


You are clueless aren't you? Trying to be clever but not thinking what you post.
It has 'benefited' us many times. How can anyone be happy with inconsistency? That's his gripe, and rightly so.


Slow today.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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six and out wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
Jurgen's not happy with VAR :lol:


Until it benefits his team, then all smiles no doubt.


You are clueless aren't you? Trying to be clever but not thinking what you post.
It has 'benefited' us many times. How can anyone be happy with inconsistency? That's his gripe, and rightly so.


Origi had lost the ball and was falling over before any (minimal) contact was made. Some get given, some don't.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
six and out wrote:

Origi had lost the ball and was falling over before any (minimal) contact was made. Some get given, some don't.


MOTD2 is quite telling. VAR said foul yet they still don’t overturn. VAR is ruining the game at present. Keep it for offsides and handball and give up on the rest until it’s fixed.

If the foul was in the area a penalty is given every time for that tackle. If we agree with that (as In the interpretation) or not is a different story but the stats are clear, any touch and player goes down, penalty. I wouldn’t say that’s


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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six and out wrote:
...... but the stats are clear, any touch and player goes down, penalty.


And it's exactly the acceptance of this that's ruining the game. It's a bottle of shiraz contact sport, supposedly played by men and in lots of cases the contact is negligible. If you reverse apply your logic and say, if it's given in the penalty area then it has to be given elsewhere, there would be about a hundred free kicks a game.

The level of contact and the situation has to be taken into account. For example, Mo Salah running at full pace, it only takes a fairly slight touch to make him fall over, but an identical touch when he's standing still has no effect at all. Origi only went to ground because he knew he'd already lost the ball.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Klopp must be coaching his players too hard, they cannot wait to have a lie down. The slightest touch and they're on the deck.

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Klopp must be coaching his players too hard, they cannot wait to have a lie down. The slightest touch and they're on the deck.


Your bitterness gets more bitter by the week.
What about Kane not telling where he gets touched , his face hurt when nothing went near it
Your coach continually plays Alli who is cabernet at present, he keeps playing Kane and Son and yet when together you have relegation form.

But yet you only complain that your players get penalised for fouls in the box.


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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Looks like the Liverpoo are serious title contenders this year.
So many scousers are prematurely celebrating the EPL title, and its not even Xmas yet!


Could the 27 year hoodoo finally be broken?

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 Post subject: Re: Liverpool
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Michael wrote:
Looks like the Liverpoo are serious title contenders this year.
So many scousers are prematurely celebrating the title, and its not even Xmas yet!


Could the 27 year hoodoo finally be broken?


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