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On 14/09/2019 at 17:47, Anubis said:

 

Geordie Shore wannabe.

 

It is great for the public here at Liverpool to see us. They must have been wondering what this team everyone is talking about are all about and now they have seen. We were wonderful.

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Got shivers down the spine hearing Shelvey's name, fuck me, what a shite team we had. Heard wee Joe Allen's name mentioned the same day too as he'd been sent off somewhere. Let these people be expunged from history and our memories forever, 

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3 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Got shivers down the spine hearing Shelvey's name, fuck me, what a shite team we had. Heard wee Joe Allen's name mentioned the same day too as he'd been sent off somewhere. Let these people be expunged from history and our memories forever, 

In fairness to Shelvey, he called Ferguson a grass to his face when he got sent off against Man United back in the day. Probably a season highlight in those bleak days. 

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3 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

There is an angle of Firminos touches for the third from behind their goal. Van Dijk is celebrating as soon as it gets off his foot -- 5 seconds before Salah scores.

 

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10 hours ago, magicrat said:

MOTD last night trying to find negatives and saying our defence was not as tight as last season. True but missing Allison was not even mentioned as a problem.  Fucking idiots.

I was shouting at my TV ‘but we’re missing the best keeper in the world!’

 

Oh and don’t forget we’ve been so lucky with injuries!

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4 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Got shivers down the spine hearing Shelvey's name, fuck me, what a shite team we had. Heard wee Joe Allen's name mentioned the same day too as he'd been sent off somewhere. Let these people be expunged from history and our memories forever, 

Jay Spearing. In an FA Cup final. Against Ramires, Lampard, Mata etc.

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4 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Got shivers down the spine hearing Shelvey's name, fuck me, what a shite team we had. Heard wee Joe Allen's name mentioned the same day too as he'd been sent off somewhere. Let these people be expunged from history and our memories forever, 

His head is so bald it is almost a mirror,

and the sound of his name sends a shiver,

down my spi-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-iiine.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Got shivers down the spine hearing Shelvey's name, fuck me, what a shite team we had. Heard wee Joe Allen's name mentioned the same day too as he'd been sent off somewhere. Let these people be expunged from history and our memories forever, 

Shelvey is a scary looking fucker

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This unbeaten home run we’re on in the league, it’s 43 games now, stretching back to April 2017.

 

Was just thinking how impressive it is and wondered how long the Chelsea one must be, as it’s the only one this side of the Premier League starting that’s lasted longer. Its now exactly half of the one Chelsea went on during the first Mourinho spell and after, spanning 4 seasons.

 

86 games unbeaten at home. Fucking mental, that. As was how hard it was to even score a goal past them back then. Not going to continue with this sentence until after next weekend.

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16 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

There is an angle of Firminos touches for the third from behind their goal. Van Dijk is celebrating as soon as it gets off his foot -- 5 seconds before Salah scores.

 

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