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1 minute ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

Happily not one of the fellas making offensive gestures... the short baldy fella who passes behind the left-hand steward.

Ha I know him ! ! ! 

 

Wow fucking wow. wow 

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1 minute ago, Doctor Troy said:

Chelsea will batter them on Saturday without Silva.

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He is gone mate in the morning. 

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4 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

Happily not one of the fellas making offensive gestures... the short baldy fella who passes behind the left-hand steward.

Dignified exit. Praise him for it tomorrow.

 

 

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Just now, Bjornebye said:

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He is gone mate in the morning. 

No way they jib him until after their Demeberus Horribilis is over. They need an escape goat.

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How good does that feel!!!!

 

So many positives, delighted to see Origi and Shaqiri without match fitness coming in and performing like that!

 

Like many I’ve been worried about our lack of depth in attack. Based on tonight that’s not a big concern, only question of course is how shit and naive was Evertons defending!

 

Maybe CB is the place to strengthen in January? Without Matip we look so much softer at the back. What would happen if Van Dijk got injured? 

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Liverpool Football Club 5- 2 Everton Rugby Club

Bit of a mixed team tonight and a mixed bag of a performance but we proper battered them at times. We were great going forward in that first half but defensively way to lax at times. Mane, Origi were immense, Shaq and Wij excellent and Lallana put in a decent shift. Lovren and TAA had a bit of a mixed bag. Lovren got in an important block and set up Origi with a great pass, looked dodgy on both goals but other mistakes were made leading up to both of them. TAA's pass to Mane who set up Shaq for our second had me purring, great team goal. He also made a great run to put in Mane for our 4th. Lucky lad to stay on the pitch, got away with a bad tackle at one point and that hand ball although it would have been harsh could easily have been a second yellow. 

Thought we controlled things better in the second half actually and should have put them to the sword if we had taken our chances, especially Mane, but he was MOTM anyway. All this with players suspended, injured and rested. Everton are a fucking mess, it was only the Derby atmosphere which kept them in with a slight chance at times and made them fight a bit.

Another first for Everton: Liverpool 5 efforts on goal at Anfield, 5 goals scored. 

Dean was fucking useless for both teams, although Everton fans will no doubt tell it differently. A few times they actually committed a foul yet got the free kick, some nasty tackles not cautioned (thank fuck) and the way VVD was being manhandled in the box was a disgrace. 

Anyway, happy chappy....and fuck off Everton, hope you stay in the bottom 3. 

 

Get fucking in!!

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2 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Liverpool Football Club 5- 2 Everton Rugby Club

Bit of a mixed team tonight and a mixed bag of a performance but we proper battered them at times. We were great going forward in that first half but defensively way to lax at times. Mane, Origi were immense, Shaq and Wij excellent and Lallana put in a decent shift. Lovren and TAA had a bit of a mixed bag. Lovren got in an important block and set up Origi with a great pass, looked dodgy on both goals but other mistakes were made leading up to both of them. TAA's pass to Mane who set up Shaq for our second had me purring, great team goal. He also made a great run to put in Mane for our 4th. Lucky lad to stay on the pitch, got away with a bad tackle at one point and that hand ball although it would have been harsh could easily have been a second yellow. 

Thought we controlled things better in the second half actually and should have put them to the sword if we had taken our chances, especially Mane, but he was MOTM anyway. All this with players suspended, injured and rested. Everton are a fucking mess, it was only the Derby atmosphere which kept them in with a slight chance at times and made them fight a bit.

Another first for Everton: Liverpool 5 efforts on goal at Anfield, 5 goals scored. 

Dean was fucking useless for both teams, although Everton fans will no doubt tell it differently. A few times they actually committed a foul yet got the free kick, some nasty tackles not cautioned (thank fuck) and the way VVD was being manhandled in the box was a disgrace. 

Anyway, happy chappy....and fuck off Everton, hope you stay in the bottom 3. 

 

Get fucking in!!

Great review as usual Trumo.

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Both sides were dirty. If anything first half we managed to be dirtier than them. Trent was lucky to stay on the pitch. 

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Jenas sounding bitter on MOTD, VVD hardly touched the lad, it was hardly a decent shout at a penalty never mind a fucking red. As usual Murphy just agrees with whatever is said. Fuck em, bunch of cunts just trying to influence future officials. 

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34 minutes ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

Leaves it blank on his cv.

 

Interviewer: "So I see there's a few years where you don't seem to have been in employment. What were you doing?"

 

Bobby "Just did a bit of travelling. See the world and all that".

At this point it would obviously work as no way would the interviewer link an Everton manager with travelling anywhere outside of England.

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Shaq put in a great shift tonight and he left Everton players looking like fools on quite a few occasions, that little dink finish was ace to finish off a smart move. How shit was Mr small arms in goal...hahahaha. A decent keeper stops at least two of our goals. 

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