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4 minutes ago, neko said:

I'm glad nobody showed up at our house to watch the game. I had a flat on my bike and was late getting home.

 

 

My mate lives in Canada and reckons it isn't kicking off until 2am , fucking liar.

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10 minutes ago, neko said:

I'm glad nobody showed up at our house to watch the game. I had a flat on my bike and was late getting home.

 

 

No worries. You need to defrost that freezer by the way. Thats not a euphemism. 

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A job well enough done.

 

Looked to be playing well within themselves and apart from some misplaced passes in total control.

 

3 more pts - 70 now, frigging hell.

 

One game at a time and all that.

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4 minutes ago, sir roger said:

My mate lives in Canada and reckons it isn't kicking off until 2am , fucking liar.

Has he got a stream? Might put a bet on. 

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1 hour ago, Ne Moe Imya said:

I don't want to jump to any conclusions from just one game, but watching that I'm pretty sure we're better than West Ham.

That result means we're guaranteed to finish above them.

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Klopp tells Sky Sports: "I'm overly happy with the three points and only one team deserved them. Of course, we could've done things a bit better, but it's not about that. If it was easy, a lot of other teams would've done it.

"Ali had to make too many saves but honestly who cares! Very often you have to find a way. We didn't have situations down the wings as often as we would've liked and we didn't quite have the rhythm we wanted. 

"It's tough when you face such a defensive-orientated team. They had too many set pieces, where it's always 50-50 but we defended them pretty well. The biggest chances they had we played an assist!

"The Trent shot was so strange, but in the end it's the three points that count. It's nice to level the number of games, as we now have the points and we can now make the next steps. 

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West Ham players look over to the sideline for inspiration, hope, leadership. What do they see?

 

Imagine a WHO crisis field hospital somewhere in 45' heat Somalia, the poor cunts are suited up in inch thick rubber suits, wearing respirators to treat the pitiful wretches in the death throes of the latest ebola outbreak.

 

A young man, 21 going on 91 is on the brink, he knows he's wheezing his last breaths in this life, he's choking, coughing, up blood and mucas and vomit, Anya the young Swiss nurse behind the respirator reaches for a coarse bucket and towel. The stench is unbearable, a mixture of BO, blood, faeces and death, she mercifully wipes the poor wretches body clean with the death infested towel, now itself so infested and saturated by plague and pure evil that it's odours can be detected by UN scientists studying bacteria in the Antarctic.

 

That towel is David Moyes.

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7 minutes ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

West Ham players look over to the sideline for inspiration, hope, leadership. What do they see?

 

Imagine a WHO crisis field hospital somewhere in 45' heat Somalia, the poor cunts are suited up in inch thick rubber suits, wearing respirators to treat the pitiful wretches in the death throes of the latest ebola outbreak.

 

A young man, 21 going on 91 is on the brink, he knows he's wheezing his last breaths in this life, he's choking, coughing, up blood and mucas and vomit, Anya the young Swiss nurse behind the respirator reaches for a coarse bucket and towel. The stench is unbearable, a mixture of BO, blood, faeces and death, she mercifully wipes the poor wretches body clean with the death infested towel, now itself so infested and saturated by plague and pure evil that it's odours can be detected by UN scientists studying bacteria in the Antarctic.

 

That towel is David Moyes.

Sounds like Geldof talking to thatcher in 85 that. 

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From the Beeb:

 

Liverpool have gone 41 Premier League games without defeat (W36 D5) - the third longest such run in English top-flight history behind Arsenal (49 in Oct 2004) and Nottingham Forest (42 in Nov 1978).

 

Liverpool have won their last 15 Premier League games - only the fourth occasion of a team winning 15+ consecutive English top-flight games (Manchester City 18 in December 2017, Liverpool 17 in October 2019 and City 15 in August 2019).

 

Liverpool have won 70 points from just 24 games in the Premier League this season - the quickest any English top-flight side has ever reached this total.

 

Jurgen Klopp registered his 150th victory as Liverpool manager in all competitions (W150 D58 L39).

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Just now, M_B said:

Assuming City win every single remaining game, then we need to win 8 games out of 14 to win the league.

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1 hour ago, WhiskeyJar said:

Moyes says his team did a lot of good things right. Not sure about that.

To be fair, their boots were on the right feet, they faced the right way at kick off and most importantly, they played their part impeccably in helping us to continue  our winning streak.

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2 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

What if City draw one of those games?

Fallopian Tubes need to bring their plans forward. 

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