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That Evans piece is an utter mess. Being lauded around twitter as an excellent look back, despite reducing the views of essentially all Liverpool fans to one extreme perspective and presenting the situation as though the details of the case were public knowledge from the outset.  Digging it all up and adding no new perspective other than a vague suggestion that it is responsible for a rise in racially motivated incidents (contradicted by a shoe-horned statement, that smacks of legal's input) rather than things such as... anti-immigrant rhetoric driven, largely, by the print media...

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25 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Ireland are getting bummed here, probably lose to Denmark as well. Mick has fucked right up not trying to beat Georgia.

 

So they could be in a hole then?

 

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12 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Repped for your commitment to some truly bizarre xenophobia.

Come off it, xenophobia my arse. I dislike Spain NT for the same reason as to why I hate the likes of PSG, Barcelona, Napoli, etc. I like football played fairly and sportingly. 

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5 minutes ago, polymerpunkah said:

De Gea off with what appears to be a hamstring injury.

 

 

Is that a positive for us? I’m genuinely not sure 

 

He usually has a worldly in games against us so I guess it’s good, but also he’s been very average for a while now. Hmm

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2 minutes ago, moof said:

Is that a positive for us? I’m genuinely not sure 

 

He usually has a worldly in games against us so I guess it’s good, but also he’s been very average for a while now. Hmm

I sat here debating the same thing as I was typing that.

 

I think it's probably a loss for United, on balance.

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8 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

Come off it, xenophobia my arse. I dislike Spain NT for the same reason as to why I hate the likes of PSG, Barcelona, Napoli, etc. I like football played fairly and sportingly. 

Oh right.

 

Nah, it's starting to look pretty xenophobic to be honest. You save a level of vitriol for a specific target, ignoring exactly the same things you accuse said target of when displayed by others.

 

It's pretty transparent as well.

 

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7 minutes ago, Duff Man said:

Don't even know who their reserve goalie is these days. Take it it's not Roy Carroll anymore?

That Argie fella, isn't it? 

 

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12 minutes ago, Pidge said:

Yeah, Romero. Good keeper. Nowhere near as good as De Gea obv, but a good replacement.

The one who screwed up vs Croatia ?

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

Has Silva jumped up and kicked anyone in the chest yet?

Probably, he does it every game but he's so sneaky about it that nobody can catch him doing it. 

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22 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Bulgaria manager didn’t hear any chanting and says both sets of fans were as bad as each other. Engurland booed and whistled during their national anthem. 

President of England supporters club complained because Bulgaria supporters shouted racial abuse at the England players....before the England fans could.

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1 hour ago, Jairzinho said:

Oh right.

 

Nah, it's starting to look pretty xenophobic to be honest. You save a level of vitriol for a specific target, ignoring exactly the same things you accuse said target of when displayed by others.

 

It's pretty transparent as well.

 

 

What is more transparent is your overbearing, angsty try-hard socialist schtick. "Xenophobia". Come on.

 

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19 minutes ago, Alex_K said:

 

What is more transparent is your overbearing, angsty try-hard socialist schtick. "Xenophobia". Come on.

 

Well, I'm extremely disheartened that you feel that way.

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