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Sunderland have been last on MOTD more than anyone this season according to a recent survey. It’s understandable in a way, they’re not exactly thrill a minute are they? Still, it’s kind of annoying that they’ve been hogging the spot traditionally reserved for the Blues and it’s also a bit of a slap in the face to be considered less entertaining than Aston fucking Villa. The BBC obviously felt guilty about it as they put them on first this week, even though they were only playing Burnley. Everton’s trip to Palace was on second too, so this was definitely some kind of “let’s throw the dogs a bone” week by the MOTD producers.

My boy Danny Ings has been in the news this week after we tried to sign him. You’d think I’d be happy about that, with him being my boy and all, but honestly I’m not sure he’s good enough. I like him, he’s my kind of player, but I’ve not studied him closely enough to tell you that I’m certain he’d be good enough to offer us anything. I mean he’s no Jason Puncheon, but then who is?

Ings certainly wasn’t at his best against Sunderland and got subbed. Sean Dyche said the transfer stuff affected him but he’ll be fine once the window is shut. I think it says a lot about Ings’ character that he was adamant all along he would not leave Burnley while they were in the middle of a relegation fight. He could have kicked up a stink and got a move here, played in Europe and maybe been a part of a top four push. He wants to help Burnley stay up though, so fair play to him for that and I hope his goals are enough to help them survive, hopefully at the expense of Villa.

Losing at Sunderland isn’t going to help though. Wickham and Defoe bagged the goals to give Sunderland a much needed win that takes them four points clear of the bottom three.

Speaking of much needed wins, the Blues REALLY needed those three points at Palace. They’ve been on a horrific run and this looked like a tricky one given the form of Palace since Slimer took charge. Lukaku’s fortunate strike after two minutes was enough to edge out Pardew’s men in what looked like an absolute dog turd of a game.

Palace have got Chamakh and the new Chamakh (Sanago) leading their line at the moment. If they knock us out the cup with those two losers up front then we should be thoroughly ashamed of ourselves. No wonder they were linked with a move for big Rickie, if he went there he’d look like Gabriel Batistuta compared to those two.

The Blues signed Aaron Lennon this week. Why would anyone do that you may ask. Well it’s the derby this weekend, and Lennon usually has one game a season when he really turns it on and looks like a world beater. The rest of the time he’s shite of course, but that won’t bother Everton who have clearly just rolled the dice hoping this weekend is that one day when he forgets that he's just headless chicken who can run really, really fast. Does he still have those shitty shaved eyebrows that make it look like he’s been run over by a model train?

Wait what's this? MOTD just finished. What happened to all the other games?..... Ah right, I see what’s happened here. I watched the highlights of our game on Sunday, but I didn’t watch anything before or after that and when I’ve just fired up the planner and put on the recording, it’s started from where I left it and not from the beginning. So, Sunderland were not on first after all, and Everton were indeed in their rightful place at the end of the show. Turns out there was no throwing of bones to the dogs after all, so my bad.

Guess I better rewind this bad boy to the beginning then and see who’s on first….

Fucking Chelsea, I should have known. Booooooorrrring. Playing for a draw at home, in January. Massive shithousery again from Mourinho, who has been acting the twat again this week by cancelling the pre-match press conference because Costa was banned (anyone else would have been grateful the ban wasn’t double that. Why exactly was he not charged for the stamp on Skrtel again?). He also refused to speak to Sky, instead offering to send his assistant out there. This after laying into Jamie Redknapp last week. Sky said fuck off, good for them.
 
 
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I had the misfortune to catch some part of Mourinho's press event today on the news.

 

He managed to out-wanker himself, which takes some doing.

 

As for playing at home against your closest rivals, 5 points clear, knowing that a win makes the title yours to lose, and cravenly cowering in your own half hoping not to get beat, well he's shown again what a coward he is. But we've known that since the CL semi in 2007. Prick.

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As for playing at home against your closest rivals, 5 points clear, knowing that a win makes the title yours to lose, and cravenly cowering in your own half hoping not to get beat, well he's shown again what a coward he is. But we've known that since the CL semi in 2007. Prick.

 

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but that is probably exactly what we should have done against them last season. If we'd drawn that game and all other results stayed the same, we'd still have lost out on the title by a point. However, I reckon had we drawn against Chelsea we would definitely have beaten Palace so the title would still have been ours to lose on the last day. I reckon we'd still have beaten Newcastle and taken the title by a point. As I said, hindsight is a wonderful thing.

 

But yes, Mourinho is a massive massive cunt.

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That tosser waving the banner fucking off Lampard (arguably their best ever player and a long successful servant ) reminds me of the vitriol we served up to King Kenny when resigned from us under stress the re appeared winning the league with Blackburn.

 

Oh actually we didn't we shared his joy recognised our hero had moved on a little and done well for himself and he remains a liverpool God and always will.

 

Proper fans recognise top class players that's why Zola on his last appearance at Anfield as a sub got a full on standing ovation from all reds who knew a genius and a top bloke when they see one and we wish we had had him.

 

Mindless cunts Chelsea all that is shit about football

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