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The Liverpool fans looked from Evertonian to parody account, and from parody account to Evertonian, and from Evertonian to parody account again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.

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2 hours ago, Anubis said:

City fans on 606 all crying that Rhodri didn’t get a VAR pen in the first half. It’s massively entertaining.

Ar some point the boot will be on the other foot when VAR sticks one up our shitter

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9 minutes ago, magicrat said:

Ar some point the boot will be on the other foot when VAR sticks one up our shitter

Like Wednesday just gone, you mean? 

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Just now, A_S said:

Like Wednesday just gone, you mean? 

No , that didn't cost us the game ultimately.  In fact watching Abraham miss the pen was karma

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13 minutes ago, magicrat said:

Ar some point the boot will be on the other foot when VAR sticks one up our shitter

Maybe. But not today.

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17 minutes ago, A_S said:

Like Wednesday just gone, you mean? 

Didn't they announce month ago after the Womens World Cup fiascos that they would not be using VAR to check keepers feet on pelanties?

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6 minutes ago, Creator Supreme said:

Is it just me, or was Ederson's positioning for Lamela's goal fucking awful?

Rewally bad -- there was an angle from behind that shows him two yards too far to the left 

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3 minutes ago, Creator Supreme said:

Jack Grealish, last 20 PL games for Villa:

 

LLLLL LLLLL LLLLL LLLLL

I am not laughing too loud as I vaguely remember chuckling about Gareth Bale's early Prem record & look how that turned out for us.

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5 hours ago, Creator Supreme said:

Is it just me, or was Ederson's positioning for Lamela's goal fucking awful?

 

It looked neigh on perfect from where I was sat....

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10 hours ago, magicrat said:

No , that didn't cost us the game ultimately.  In fact watching Abraham miss the pen was karma

It put 30 mins of extra time in our players legs, and it gives many cock wombles the opportunity to cry about Adrians foot being off the line. But yes, ultimately it didn't cost us the game. 

 

I always say, score enough to make the referee insignificant and the same has to go for var. 

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What I have noticed is that on paper City haven't got a hard game until they play us mid November. Everton away could be tricky for them. Before we meet them we have to play Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United and Spurs. Plus this is all going on whilst defending our title in the CL group stage. They only had Spurs early as it was at home and Spurs take a while to get into the groove. If I was conspiracy theorist I'd say their fixture list was hand picked by one of their own. 

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9 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

What I have noticed is that on paper City haven't got a hard game until they play us mid November. Everton away could be tricky for them. Before we meet them we have to play Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United and Spurs. Plus this is all going on whilst defending our title in the CL group stage. They only had Spurs early as it was at home and Spurs take a while to get into the groove. If I was conspiracy theorist I'd say their fixture list was hand picked by one of their own. 

They would claim that taking on the hardest teams early on is easier. 

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1 hour ago, Champions of Europe said:

They would claim that taking on the hardest teams early on is easier. 

They can claim what they want, their fixture list has been kind to get off to the best start possible. 

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