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West Ham (A) 29/2/2020 - Premier League - 19:45

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45 minutes ago, WhiskeyJar said:

What ill-feeling?

 

Klopp is taking a stand against a disorganised FA and I'm loving it.

 

No other manager in the league or dare I say the world would protect their players like he has against the establishment.

 

This ain't an ill-feeling, it's a Klopp-feeling.

and this is one of the many reasons that they will run through walls for him

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Simon Jordan saying on talksport ie the S*n radio, that Klopp would leave any time now when he gets a better offer.

It’s funny how many people are losing their shit now we are successful.And not just any people, but absolue London  thunder cunts.

 

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Why Ferdinand And Jordan are RIGHT On Klopp And Why Avocado Munching Millennials Should Just ENJOY Global Warming 

 

<byline picture of middle-aged man with arms crossed>

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1 hour ago, Reckoner said:

Simon Jordan saying on talksport ie the S*n radio, that Klopp would leave any time now when he gets a better offer.

It’s funny how many people are losing their shit now we are successful.And not just any people, but absolue London  thunder cunts.

 

Considering Klopp could pretty much write his own contract I'm thinking that if Jurgen actually wanted to leave then he would. He'd only have to let it be known that he was unhappy and every 'elite' club would be bringing him flowers.

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Tickets for this have been on general sale because, maybe, the Essex cab drivers have an airport run or something, but they fear Liverpool fans have bought loads of home tickets and are prepared for the worst.

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These big gaps between games now might have a negative effect on the players, breaking momentum. Should win comfortably tonight. 

1-3.

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It's totally setup for us to have a nightmare. Their fans are up in arms, they've been shite recently, they've got Moyes, they have cunts who have 5 good games out of 50 and no doubt one of those games will be tonight. We're without Mane and just came off a bad result in the FA Cup.  

I reckon we'll still win but will not be as comfortable as it otherwise should be.

 

I don't think either Minamino or Origi will start in place of Mane. Ox might be pushed forward and Fabinho coming into midfield. 

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Just now, TheDrowningMan said:

Very bad feeling about this, given the FA Cup situation. Moyes' team will have the will of Brexit England fully behind them and, as a result, I’ll be relieved if we can snatch a point.

You honestly think that after everything we've been through, together on this journey that West Ham are the team to stop us?

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Just now, TheDrowningMan said:

Now that they have The Will of the People behind them, yes.

Please do elaborate. What is this magical will of the people that is supposed to turn West Ham into world class?

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6 minutes ago, TheDrowningMan said:

Very bad feeling about this, given the FA Cup situation. Moyes' team will have the will of Brexit England fully behind them and, as a result, I’ll be relieved if we can snatch a point.

I'm not being funny mate but you probably had a bad feeling about the bus breaking down the day of the parade last June. 

 

 

(I acknowledge that it must be difficult to remain upbeat given your current predicament) 

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Jon Moss the ref. FFS we seem to get the dregs every game now. 

 

OK, I do have major concerns about a few refs but for me, the worst are Atkinson, Lee Mason, Jon Moss, Anthony Taylor and Kevin Friend and we seem to have one of this lot for a disproportionately high number of our games.

 

EDIT In fact, just checked and there are TEN referees on this season's Premiership List who have yet to be given any of our 25 games (up to and including Southampton on Saturday). Thankfully, Mason is one of them. 

 

Oliver has the most (5 out of 20) but is the top ref in the country so gets his share of the bigger games. Atkinson/Moss/Taylor/Friend have 11 between them. Dean has 1 (Everton due to location) as do Pawson/Tierney while Marriner & Kavanagh each have 3.

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