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Just now, andyj said:

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haha now its Brext.....whats next Greta or global warming 

When I saw him asking for 5000 plastic ones, I thought he was on about filling the ground up. 

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While it seems UEFA have come to the right decision, the timing is very poor because it can add extra motivation for their team to win the CL this season. Would have been better to make them sweat until after they'd got knocked out.

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UEFA statement says 2012-2016.

 

They only won one title during that period.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Horus said:

When I saw him asking for 5000 plastic ones, I thought he was on about filling the ground up. 

No they can't be plastic, the scousers will make fun.

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Feel sick, we can't come back from this, this is like being called a nonce it sticks for life.

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This is One fight we simply cannot lose, we must do whatever it takes to win, even if it means fighting for a decade.

Every avenue open should be explored. I don't just want us to win this fight, I want us to win it and then take such revenge that they will never mess with us again.

Blue moon...

 

Look at this fucking mong. Fighting a 2 year ban for a decade. 

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17 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

If they stripped their title from last year, like fuck would I want it handed to us. 

I get this and I don't get it. If athletes or cyclists are caught doping, their titles are withdrawn and given to the next-placed competitor. There's loads of examples. Why should this be any different? If they cheated, they cheated. Sure, it'll be a hollow title, but so what? It won't devalue anything. 

 

Or am I missing something? Why is it only a European championship ban? Because only UEFA have investigated it? Surely with a finding of guilt, the FA should now act? 

 

No. Sorry. If they cheated, they can fuck off. They cheated. They can fuck off. 

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1 minute ago, rb14 said:

I get this and I don't get it. If athletes or cyclists are caught doping, their titles are withdrawn and given to the next-placed competitor. There's loads of examples. Why should this be any different? If they cheated, they cheated. Sure, it'll be a hollow title, but so what? It won't devalue anything. 

 

Or am I missing something? Why is it only a European championship ban? Because only UEFA have investigated it? Surely with a finding of guilt, the FA should now act? 

 

No. Sorry. If they cheated, they can fuck off. They cheated. They can fuck off. 

The premier league and FA haven’t got the bollocks to do anything, unfortunately 

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1 minute ago, rb14 said:

I get this and I don't get it. If athletes or cyclists are caught doping, their titles are withdrawn and given to the next-placed competitor. There's loads of examples. Why should this be any different? If they cheated, they cheated. Sure, it'll be a hollow title, but so what? It won't devalue anything. 

 

Or am I missing something? Why is it only a European championship ban? Because only UEFA have investigated it? Surely with a finding of guilt, the FA should now act? 

 

No. Sorry. If they cheated, they can fuck off. They cheated. They can fuck off. 

I just wouldn't want it. Void the season. 

 

European Championship? Fuck me they'll be banned from Wimbledon next 

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Blues sticking together.

 

BlueLou82 said: 
Everton fan here.

This is a disgrace. Yes you broke rules but the owner wouldnt have to do that if he was just allowed to fund his own club without having to resort to getting creative.

The whole rule is designed to keep the same little cartel at the top and close the door to anyone else. How can a rule that only allows you to spend what you earn help anyone but those who are already at the top? It doesnt, but thats the whole point.

I hope your owner wipes the floor with them in court or on appeal and gets rid of the whole FFP rule - its a sham

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