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So... about starting James Milner in attack instead of Mané in a CL qualifier.  Glad we didn't try that little experiment.  

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TAA is boss going forward. Apart from Gerrard and Aurelio he's probably the best crosser of the ball we've had for the last 20 years.

Stewart Downing, Charlie Adam and Jemain Pennant might disagree with that.

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My best bit is when we goaled them to bits

Was ace, wasn't it?

 

Being on it for 25 minutes and scaring the living shit out of European teams, who had grown up terrified of Anfield.

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So if we don't sign anyone in the time left is that tantamount to saying that if we don't get top four next season then we really are truly fucked?

It will be criminal if we don't boost the squad with quality as it's been a very long time since I've seen an attack as good as this, it is in my mind the equal of any in Europe, and to not give it the protection at the back it deserves would be shocking.

The thing is our team is ripe for that cunt Mourinho to exploit it all day long.

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Fuck me! 4 - 1 up, 6 - 2 aggregate and you still don't feel secure. I'd have given a fair few 4's if you asked me to rate straight after the game, with a bit of reflection we were a lot better. As for the draw, pick the hardest one - that is our group, pick the easiest one, that is Uniteds.

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Fuck me! 4 - 1 up, 6 - 2 aggregate and you still don't feel secure. I'd have given a fair few 4's if you asked me to rate straight after the game, with a bit of reflection we were a lot better. As for the draw, pick the hardest one - that is our group, pick the easiest one, that is Uniteds.

 

Twas ever thus

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Man U always get an easy group that is true. We've had a reasonable range though I reckon, some easy, one or two bastards.

The old rankings was set up for that. But still, they managed to luck it every time. I bet you they get that Quarage (?) Shit from the 4th pot.

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We do, but not for every game, so I get why he won't spend big. Last night yes, we needed one but against Palace we didn't and probably won't on Sunday.

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Was a great goal. 

 

Enjoyed the game last night, but I had forgotten that they don't serve beer in the ground on Euro games. I found out as we asked the girl behind the bar in the main stand for a pint of Carlsberg. She said "Sorry no beer tonight.". So I said to my mate "Come on let's go somewhere else".

 

 

She replied "None of the counters are serving beer". I was sobbing a little inside, as I was explaining my great gag to her.

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Was a great goal. 

 

Enjoyed the game last night, but I had forgotten that they don't serve beer in the ground on Euro games. I found out as we asked the girl behind the bar in the main stand for a pint of Carlsberg. She said "Sorry no beer tonight.". So I said to my mate "Come on let's go somewhere else".

 

 

She replied "None of the counters are serving beer". I was sobbing a little inside, as I was explaining my great gag to her.

 

Wrong thread mate

 

http://www.liverpoolway.co.uk/index.php?/topic/61360-the-things-that-make-you-realise-youre-getting-older-thread/page-247

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Fuck me! 4 - 1 up, 6 - 2 aggregate and you still don't feel secure. I'd have given a fair few 4's if you asked me to rate straight after the game, with a bit of reflection we were a lot better. As for the draw, pick the hardest one - that is our group, pick the easiest one, that is Uniteds.

 

FFS Jockey, this is getting stupid now ( not you particularly,  the whole moaning on here ) 

 

Our first half performance was probably in the top 5 forty-fives I have seen in the CL over the past 5 years or so & we are giving a ' fair few 4's '.

 

I know there are issues to be addressed , but I am starting to wonder when we stopped being knowledgeable fans & just became total whingeing, miserable gets.

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