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8 minutes ago, bizzle10 said:

Wonder how long Abramovich gives Lampard if they fail to make top 4

He should be starting Giroud anyway the tit so it's down to him.

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No doubt the media won't make a big meal of it. Mancs have stronger opponents on the horizon and they can't have Taylor every week. Taylor needs binning, he's wank. 

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10 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Guess who's on VAR duty tonight 

 

Chris Kavanagh, you know the other ref from Manchester

Is he?  Fucking hell.  I thought you couldn't ref games if you're from or close to the area the team/s your officiating are based.

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Time to put Tyler out to pasture. Never anything more than a decidedly mediocre, snide bastard but he’s barely forming a coherent thought these days; even by his incredibly low standard. 

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2 minutes ago, J-V said:

Is he?  Fucking hell.  I thought you couldn't ref games if you're from or close to the area the team/s your officiating are based.

Unless you claim you support non league sides around the Manchester area it seems

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Just now, moof said:

Time to put Tyler out to pasture. Never anything more than a decidedly mediocre, snide bastard but he’s barely forming a coherent thought these days; even by his incredibly low standard. 

Making Ratboy look like Einstein 

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Just now, polymerpunkah said:

Worryingly, this result means LFC only have twice as many points as United.

I knew we would live to regret dropping points against them

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