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Nobody calling out Ramos. Unbelievable

 

He's just not that kind of player.

 

At least he isn't, if you ignore fact he has spent his entire career being a dirty snide shithouse cunt. 

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Not drinking seems like a good choice just now. As evidenced by the fact that my TV is still in one piece

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Dirty fucking cunt Ramos. The whole momentum of the game was based on them being pegged back in fear of the counter and Mo's pace, so he takes him out of the game and voila, everything changes. Snide cynical scumbag of a player.

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Can to come on and score the winner

 

That prick couldn't score if his life depended on it though he has a better chance than Lallana.

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We have no chance if we keep defending this deep. Lallana is handy when we are dominating possession but when defending that deep he just doesn't have the speed to join counter attacks. Sadio is the only one with any sort of pace but Marcelo will force him to defend.

We will have to some risk and start playing again. We are very unlikely to win that one on the counter now with Mo off. We will crack eventually if we play like the last 15 minutes.

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We’ve been missing Ox’s drive from midfield, as well as missing Mo.

If we can push them up the pitch, defend like heroes, then we can do it on a bit of magic from Mane or header from Virgil or Lovren.

Not feeling good, but come on you motherfuckers!!!

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Nobody calling out Ramos. Unbelievable

I would quite happily kneecap Craig Foster and his merry band of retards, I've taken shits with more footballing knowledge than this twat.

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