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  2. Moo

    Coronacunts

    He already knows and I've pulled him up for reading it years ago, which is why I can't help feeling a bit annoyed, but I feel really tight for that as his head must be all over the show (apart from the worries of Covid he's also undergoing chemo at the moment). Ffs. If my other half agrees to his request do I attempt to put my foot down, or just say I'll leave them to it and to keep me out of it?
  3. Paulie Dangerously

    Learning new skills

    Been cultivating a sour dough starter this week. Tomorrow will be my first attempt to make a sourdough loaf.
  4. Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper

    Boxing 2020

  5. Shooter in the Motor

    Nintendo Switch

    Wasn't Ocarina of Time released on the 3DS?
  6. Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper

    Boxing 2020

    Saunders. What an absolute cumstain of a man. His fight with Canelo likely back in the bin.
  7. Shooter in the Motor

    Cheap games or any other deals suitable for the the TNF.

    Cat Quest is currently free on Google Play Store, normally it's £4.79. Got this cheap on Switch and have to admit it's way better than it sounds. And it's free.
  8. Nelly-Torres

    Great Sporting Photos

    One of my favourite non-f**tball sportsmen, growing up. I remember liking Said Aouita too.
  9. Anubis

    Coronacunts

    Just be up front and tell him your a Liverpool fan and you won’t get it. Make it clear you’ll help with any food or medicine shopping, but not that.
  10. Aventus

    Coronacunts

    Probably some sneaky viral marketing. I've never heard of it I Google it See that the hacking rumours have been debunked. What tf is house party anyway? Hmm sounds interesting I'll give it a download and have a mooch. ???? Profit Something like that anyway.
  11. suzy

    Rita or Sue ?

    Ooh I’ve never thought of 5, off the top of my head - 1. Rita 2. Mike Baldwin. 3. Bet Lynch 4. Roy Cropper (good shout) 5. Blanche Hunt.
  12. Tony Moanero

    Great Sporting Photos

  13. Aventus

    Coronacunts

    Tell him they were all sold out of bogroll.
  14. cloggypop

    Coronacunts

    Buy him the Mirror instead.
  15. Vincent Vega

    Great Sporting Photos

  16. lifetime fan

    Great Sporting Photos

    I’m 40 so yeah they’re iconic images of our youth.
  17. Moo

    Coronacunts

    Me, I might be a Coronacunt because of a proper moral dilemma I've been landed with. I feel like whichever way I go I'm a Coronacunt. Been doing a bit of shopping for my elderly, and quite poorly, neighbour who asked me last Saturday to get him a copy of that rag if I was going shopping. I wasn't going shopping that day so that was my answer, but I'll likely be going next Saturday (or on another Saturday in the near future) and I'm sure he'll ask me again. What do I do? Of course every fibre of my being wants to say no in the strongest possible terms. Circumstances are I don't live in Liverpool so would be able to get my hands on a copy, but he knows I'm from Liverpool so feel he shouldn't have even asked but hey ho. My other half is not from Liverpool however agrees with my stance on the rag but not with the same level of feeling so I think probably would be willing to make the purchase if asked again. Wtf do I do?
  18. Tony Moanero

    Rita or Sue ?

    Your Top 5 Corrie characters, Suzy? 1. Roy Cropper 2. Jack & Vera (can’t separate them) 3. Elsie Tanner 4. Hilda Ogden 5. Steve McDonald
  19. The Premier League are working on an ambitious plan to restart the season behind closed doors on the first weekend of May with a scheduled finish date of Sunday July 12. The proposals, which will be discussed in detail on a conference call of the 20 clubs on Friday, would need to be endorsed by the Government, public health bodies and the PFA. But they are seen as the best way to mitigate the financial losses and potential legal threats caused by the coronavirus shutdown. The Premier League's best-case scenario of a May resumption stems largely from their obligations to and financial reliance on broadcasters, who have a watertight £3billion-a-year deal which expires on July 31, with next season's deal kicking in the following day. The Premier League want to restart the season at the beginning of May and finish it by July 12 Sky Sports and other broadcasters could demand as much £762m if the season is not finished It is understood that under the terms of the TV contracts the cut-off point to finish this season is July 16, and if the campaign is not completed by that date Sky Sports, BT Sport and the international rights-holders could demand rebates totalling as much as £762million. The broadcasters are pushing the Premier League to provide clarity as soon as possible, as they are losing subscribers at a rapid rate and want to know when they can expect their schedules to return to normal. During informal talks between club executives over the last few days, July 12 has emerged as the optimum finish date, and a restart at the beginning of May would build in the potential for more down-time if individual clubs are hit by more cases of the virus. It remains unclear whether such a timetable is realistic, however, given that the deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries warned on Sunday that the country could remain in varying degrees of lockdown for up to six months. A restart in May is seen as vital as that is when the clubs are due to receive their final tranche of television money for the season, without which many will struggle to pay the players' wages. The £762m of combined income under threat is not divided equally and would range from £57m for the Premier League winners to £20m for the team who finish bottom. Ironically, the bigger clubs stand to lose more than usual this season if those payments are withheld following last year's changes to the distribution of the overseas television deal, which, unlike the domestic deal, is no longer divided equally but determined by league position The new plan would see games played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak BT Sport are another of the broadcasters who could be in line for a rebate worth millions The Premier League are aware of the challenges they face in completing the season but until they are told otherwise by the Government that remains their intention. Having suspended the season twice until April 4 and then April 30 they do not want to announce a further delay. The clubs are also conscious that there may have to be changes in order to finish the season. One of the main topics of conversation between executives recently has been about waiving the rules regarding weakened teams. A number of solutions have been mentioned, including increasing squad sizes from 25 to 29 to enable them to cope with more absences due to illness. One club also raised the question of whether they would be permitted to field a youth team. A more radical idea has been completing the season without promotion and relegation on the grounds that the integrity of the competition is threatened, and there is also no guarantee that the EFL campaign will be completed. Clubs at the top of the Championship have begun making preparations to take legal action if they are denied promotion, although if the competition is not completed that would weaken their case. The Premier League will continue to liaise with the Government, who have indicated that they are eager for football to resume in some form as soon as it is not considered a public risk and a drain on resources. If given the go-ahead, matches would be staged with a skeleton broadcasting crew, minimal security and no media, although an ambulance presence would be required at the stadium. One of the problems the league will face is convincing players to return to action after it emerged that they are not insured for coronavirus as it is not listed as a critical illness. A number have sought clarification but are being advised they are not covered. Many players forgo critical illness cover because it can cost £5,000 per year. But Sportsmail knows of a number who have improved their policies since the outbreak. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-8169229/Premier-League-plan-resume-season-closed-doors-start-MAY.html#comments
  20. VERBAL DIARRHEA

    Rita or Sue ?

    Finneran.
  21. suzy

    Rita or Sue ?

    Rita is my favourite Corrie character probably ever. sorry lads, carry on...
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  23. Tony Moanero

    Winter break, fuck that!

    Discos are a cunt’s crisp.
  24. Vincent Vega

    Great Sporting Photos

  25. Forums full of egomaniacs. The world likes other programmes to you, you cunts.
  26. Mendoza

    Rita or Sue ?

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