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3 minutes ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Delightful, reliving the match thread at GOT

Saint Domingo

Saint Domingo

Player Valuation: £70m
Too many injuries for City. Laporte Sane De Bruyne Stones Mendy. All missing far too many games.

Take Van Dijk Mane Henderson Matip and Robertson out the Liverpool team and see how they do.

The difference is though that Klopp’s injections mean they never ever get any injuries.
 

 

If United lose he might top himself. 

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1 minute ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Delightful, reliving the match thread at GOT

Saint Domingo

Saint Domingo

Player Valuation: £70m
Too many injuries for City. Laporte Sane De Bruyne Stones Mendy. All missing far too many games.

Take Van Dijk Mane Henderson Matip and Robertson out the Liverpool team and see how they do.

The difference is though that Klopp’s injections mean they never ever get any injuries.
 

 

 

Klopp’s special injections.

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Yep was just saying the same. 

 

Get in. Long long way to go but wow 

Long way of course - but can't help feeling this next month culminating in playing them is massive. From after this break to the next one.

 

20/10 - 10/11.

 

We have the mancs and spurs back to back next two - not easy games despite their current states and we need to get through them unscathed IMO, to stop the narrative of Liverpool got 8 in front then wobbled...especially given we then have City a couple of weeks later.

 

Going there say only 4 or 5 pts ahead and then losing there would really feed that narrative of us 'bottling it' and of course flip the momentum.

 

Of course the other side of coin is going there with an 8 or 9 pt lead, winning and making it 11 or 12 and from there even with a long way to go still we would be in an amazing position to go on and finally win it again.

 

Massive month ahead.

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2 minutes ago, an tha said:

Long way of course - but can't help feeling this next month culminating in playing them is massive. From after this break to the next one.

 

20/10 - 10/11.

 

We have the mancs and spurs back to back next two - not easy games despite their current states and we need to get through them unscathed IMO, to stop the narrative of Liverpool got 8 in front then wobbled...especially given we then have City a couple of weeks later.

 

Going there say only 4 or 5 pts ahead and then losing there would really feed that narrative of us 'bottling it' and of course flip the momentum.

 

Of course the other side of coin is going there with an 8 or 9 pt lead, winning and making it 11 or 12 and from there even with a long way to go still we would be in an amazing position to go on and finally win it again.

 

Massive month ahead.

My arse is going reading that.

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8 minutes ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Delightful, reliving the match thread at GOT

Saint Domingo

Saint Domingo

Player Valuation: £70m
Too many injuries for City. Laporte Sane De Bruyne Stones Mendy. All missing far too many games.

Take Van Dijk Mane Henderson Matip and Robertson out the Liverpool team and see how they do.

The difference is though that Klopp’s injections mean they never ever get any injuries.
 

Pep has more connections to doping and dubious medical practices than Klopp does, but of course that can't be mentioned. 

 

Also, steroids don't prevent injuries, they accelerate recovery. Wouldn't expect him to know that, though. 

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2 minutes ago, Bridgey said:

Great weekend the reds win yesterday, got Glastonbury tickets this morning and then City’s result.  If Carlsberg did weekends.

 

Out of rep I'm afraid, someone oblige please. 

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9 minutes ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Delightful, reliving the match thread at GOT

Saint Domingo

Saint Domingo

Player Valuation: £70m
Too many injuries for City. Laporte Sane De Bruyne Stones Mendy. All missing far too many games.

Take Van Dijk Mane Henderson Matip and Robertson out the Liverpool team and see how they do.

The difference is though that Klopp’s injections mean they never ever get any injuries.
 

 

 

Fuckin Dopes

 

 

Muller-Wohlfahrt again touched on the clash with Guardiola which led to his departure in the aftermath of a Champions League quarterfinal defeat at Porto in 2015.

"I had been at Bayern for 38 years without any problems," the 75-year-old said.

"And suddenly a 44-year-old coach joins, someone who has not walked this earth for much longer than I had been Bayern team doc, someone who knows everything, who suddenly puts pressure on and accuses me that an injury layoff after a severe ligament injury takes six to seven weeks rather than four weeks like in Spain."

Asked whether that meant there were doctors with other treatments in Spain, Muller-Wohlfahrt said: "I don't have any insight into their work.

"Thiago [Alcantara] once returned from Spain after four weeks, seemingly fit. But when I examined him, I said: 'Stop! The injury has not healed completely, even though you are pain-free.'

"Guardiola still allowed him to train. Thiago got injured again and went on to miss a full year."

 

 

 

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39383967

Manchester City broke anti-doping rules three times in less than five months

 

 

Flashback: Pep Guardiola's failed drug test in 2001

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3 minutes ago, Jordy Brouwer said:

On Bluemoon

 

"I know we are all frustrated and disappointed, but let’s try to keep the discussion civil."

 

An incurable optimist right there

Shame they don't call for civility when the deaths of football fans are being mocked.

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2 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Is there a link to Guardiolas post match presser?

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola tells Sky Sports: "It was not our best day. We started good, we wanted to be patient with our game because we know how good they defend. We let them run twice, got nervous a little bit and our process to create chances was not good. We had the problems on the counter-attack in the end and it was a bad day.

 

"They defend. They play long balls and defend, they then go on the counter. It is physical team, a strong team so know how good they are. We know their qualities and we knew how they scored the goals. We were not organised, lost balls in positions we could not lose them in.

 

"We had two chances, one onto the crossbar and with Bernardo Silva. They did really well.

 

"We are going to come back again to try."

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