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28 minutes ago, coachpotato said:

We’ve never been anything special.

 

We’ve never won anything without having had referees/ luck/ the FA/ UEFA etc. on our side.


Our players are all on PED’s which is why we never tire, and never get injured.

 

In short, we will never deserve any trophy we win.

 

I have realised this over 50 odd years of supporting Liverpool.

 

So, fuck them, 3 more points.

 

Next.

 

Plus.....I thought this was the season when all of that undeserved success would be reversed, due to the introduction of VAR? Now I’m hearing that it’s ONLY VAR that’s handed us everything and resulted in us winning 11and drawing one.

 

I’m confused now.

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7 minutes ago, Le Duan said:

That’s definitely got to be investigated by the PL. Fucking disgraceful - you big fat piece of stinking shit!

Harsh on Lizzie that.

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Am I the only one who thought that the more controversial moment of the match was the Mane shove in the back on Sterling?

 

In real time I thought Sterling had dived and was whinging because Gomez (or TAA? I can't remember) got between him and the ball but watching it back if someone shoved Salah like that in the back after he'd gone past him I'd be incensed. Not really a definite penalty but a really good argument for one IMO.

 

The handballs are a joke, don't think any objective observer would give either of them. I'm not even 100% sure that the first one even struck his arm, looks like his hip from some angles.

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21 minutes ago, Daisy said:

Come on post that shit

It is a pile of shite.

 

Only good bit is when somebody replies with 'Duncan Castles fingers cats'

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Definitely got his arm, but 50/50 for me. Can't say stonewall given his arms in the same position as aguero at the time, and takes a deflection on the way to his arm so he can do fuck all about it. 

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@TK421 ratings brought to you by viRdjil:

 

Alisson - 8

Lovren - 8 

Van Dijk - 7

Trent - 7

Robertson - 8

Fabinho - 9

Gini - 9

Hendo - 8

Salah - 8

Mane - 7

Firmino - 7

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1 minute ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

To think I’ve even lost a few pounds recently.

Maybe if you had a bit of a wash it might help?

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2 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

There heads have proper gone here, lads! 

 

 

To be fair, there was something very odd about Salah's goal not being given the whole "lines on the pitch treatment", which always seems to happen in a tight offside call. I personally thought he looked offside and then they just gave the goal and moved on. 

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I haven't seen a replay but did anyone else see the tackle Sterling did on Virg near the goal line at the end? Little prick should have been booked at least?

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1 minute ago, DimReaper said:

To be fair, there was something very odd about Salah's goal not being given the whole "lines on the pitch treatment", which always seems to happen in a tight offside call. I personally thought he looked offside and then they just gave the goal and moved on. 

I thought he looked on, obviously without the magic lines. But I hope that var was broken, as this fume is fucking hilarious.

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Just now, KMD7 said:

I haven't seen a replay but did anyone else see the tackle Sterling did on Virg near the goal line at the end? Little prick should have been booked at least?

Virg was fucking toying with him, it was hilarious

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4 minutes ago, rotoq said:

I thought he looked on, obviously without the magic lines. But I hope that var was broken, as this fume is fucking hilarious.

It honestly wouldn't surprise me if that was true.

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1 minute ago, Leyton388 said:

Liverpool win and everyone is fuming coming up with conspiracy theories.

 

Brilliant.

It's nice to be on the other end of these for once.

 

I still remember back in the Ferguson days when it was so much easier to claim that he had some sort of mysterious connection with the referees rather than just admit they were really good. I prefer it when Liverpool are really good, like now, and having opposition fans being the ones inventing conspiracies.

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16 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

Guardiola is a massive  bell end. Imagine if he was your manager. No wonder the Bayern Munich players all cheered when he left. 

What was the story? 

 

I never heard that before. 

 

But he comes across as a proper Quim 

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19 minutes ago, rotoq said:

Definitely got his arm, but 50/50 for me. Can't say stonewall given his arms in the same position as aguero at the time, and takes a deflection on the way to his arm so he can do fuck all about it. 

For all the talk about unnatural position, the ball hit him on the bicep or inside of elbow, which was pretty tight to the body. His hand was well out sure, but where the ball hit him? I don't see how he stops the ball hitting him there. All moot as the thing wouldn't have been anywhere near him if it hadn't come off Silva's hand in the first place. 

 

8 minutes ago, DimReaper said:

To be fair, there was something very odd about Salah's goal not being given the whole "lines on the pitch treatment", which always seems to happen in a tight offside call. I personally thought he looked offside and then they just gave the goal and moved on. 

I thought they showed the two lines in the middle of the game? Not long after the goal? Am I imagining that? Neville commented on Stones playing him on side. 

 

Aside from all of that, the game flew by, and it was pretty much two good teams going at each other. I have to say I thought Sterling had his first decent game at Anfield since leaving until about the last ten minutes or so, when the red mist came down on the wee scrote and his game went to shit. We lovely to see. 

 

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