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Just now, Barrington Womble said:

Without doubt it will be tough, especially with alisson out and matip and Gomez made of crisps that have been sat on. 

It will/would be very tough, but all is not lost as you know. I understand the anger and frustration but you don’t just lay down and die. Robertson, Henderson, Salah And Mane won’t lie down. TAA, Jota, Wijnaldum, Milner either. 

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3 minutes ago, etho said:

I want Jordan Pickford kneecapped the horrible little cunt. 

Season defining moment for us, and he's barely getting the scrutiny he should cause he's England Keeper. Should be a ten game ban minimum

Hope someone does him the little fucking rat.

 

Absolutely gutted about this. The one player we couldn't do without. Unbelievable. 

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Just now, an tha said:

Top 4 will be push if true.

 

Look at how we were before he came.

Although we are still decidedly better in other areas; I’d argue that Alisson is just as important, so hopefully he’s back soon. With that said, I tend to think that we’ll be unlikely to mount a title challenge if Thiago is also out long term. The additional element he adds to a side some teams have figured out how to play against more effectively has been obvious. Fourth place would be a reasonable achievement under such circumstances. 

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Nonsense to be blaming pickford.  He did what any keeper worth his salt would.  Do you expect him to just stay rooted to his line and let Virgil have a tap in? 

 

Different story all together with the Richardson one, horrible tackle and he knew what he was doing. 

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1 minute ago, TheDrowningMan said:

Although we are still decidedly better in other areas; I’d argue that Alisson is just as important, so hopefully he’s back soon. With that said, I tend to think that we’ll be unlikely to mount a title challenge if Thiago is also out long term. The additional element he adds to a side some teams have figured out how to play against more effectively has been obvious. Fourth place would be a reasonable achievement under such circumstances. 

Shut up you twat

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2 minutes ago, Joey8FrogsLegs said:


Or even better, turn back time and get a decent CB in the summer window. Like many on here said we should.

Me too but what can you do now?

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Whisper it quietly but Virg hasn't been great so far this season. Still don't want to lose him like, but I don't think it's the end of our season.

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4 minutes ago, Grinch said:

Nonsense to be blaming pickford.  He did what any keeper worth his salt would.  Do you expect him to just stay rooted to his line and let Virgil have a tap in? 

 

Different story all together with the Richardson one, horrible tackle and he knew what he was doing. 

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5 minutes ago, Grinch said:

Nonsense to be blaming pickford.  He did what any keeper worth his salt would.  Do you expect him to just stay rooted to his line and let Virgil have a tap in? 

 

Different story all together with the Richardson one, horrible tackle and he knew what he was doing. 

 He did what any keeper would have done? Is that why every spectator, pundit etc who saw it said it was a red?

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8 minutes ago, Grinch said:

Nonsense to be blaming pickford.  He did what any keeper worth his salt would.  Do you expect him to just stay rooted to his line and let Virgil have a tap in? 

 

Different story all together with the Richardson one, horrible tackle and he knew what he was doing. 

You stupid fucking cunt. 

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Just now, Aw Geez said:

 He did what any keeper would have done? Is that why every spectator, pundit etc who saw it said it was a red?

Yes it was a red and a penalty.   A collision which happens when playing football. 

 

Stupid cunts who've never kicked a ball calling for him to be kneecapped, need a good shoeing themselves. 

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

You stupid fucking cunt. 


I at least partly agree with him. I honestly dont think Pickford intended to hurt Van Dijk. It was just a very clumsy, rash challenge. And the clearest red card you’ll see.

 

The Richarlison one was intentional, he went in to hurt his opponent.

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1 minute ago, Joey8FrogsLegs said:


I at least partly agree with him. I honestly dont think Pickford intended to hurt Van Dijk. It was just a very clumsy, rash challenge. And the clearest red card you’ll see.

 

The Richarlison one was intentional, he went in to hurt his opponent.

I think he intended to wipe him out under the guise of trying to make a save, no danger.

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