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22 hours ago, dave u said:

 

Hahaha that's the second best description of him I've heard.

 

The best was RedKnight saying Pearson is the type of fella who holds onto your hand too long in a handshake.

While looking straight at you as well.

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On 10/12/2019 at 20:23, Anubis said:

Oh, and in case anyone is feeling any fondness towards these cunts, here is The Hornet’s Nest preview. Fuck them. Let’s keep them rooted to the bottom and smash that fucking goal difference. The stupid cunt doesn’t even know they’re playing at Anfield.

 

 

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See how comical he feels at around 2.30pm tomorrow when his team have just had the shite stomped out of them.

If we keep the upturn in recent playing form going these are going to get a tidy fucking walloping.  Fuck Pearson too.

Welcome to the home of the European Champions and unbeaten runaway league leaders.  Have a long miserable journey back down south after it too, the roadworks on the M1 eagerly await you.

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It would leave a very sour taste after all the exciting news from the club if they didn't give Watford a full going over this afternoon. No coasting just a clinical , high tempo, demolition job please.  

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2 minutes ago, alles ist gut said:


 

Alisson; Trent, Milner, Gomez, van Dijk, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Shaqiri, Mané, Firmino, Salah.

 

Subs : Adrian, Robertson, Williams, Keita, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Origi.

 

 

 

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Affording Watford zero respect, it seems. Shaqiri along with the front 3 is rare. We should win this obviously but I don't think Watford are as bad as what the table indicates. Their midfield and wide players are genuinely good. 

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2 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Affording Watford zero respect, it seems. Shaqiri along with the front 3 is rare. We should win this obviously but I don't think Watford are as bad as what the table indicates. Their midfield and wide players are genuinely good. 

They're fucking shit

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I think Weeble has played better when he’s started at Anfield as opposed to when he’s started away. I fancy him to score again today.

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4 minutes ago, Creator Supreme said:

He (Deeney) will get a hat-trick today!

How’s the sports psychology consultancy going these days? 

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