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On 05/02/2020 at 14:01, sir roger said:

I think the own goal lad is getting a bit of a bad press to be fair, with all of the talk that it was 'inexplicable'. He had to do something with the ball or it was putting Elliott through and it's behind him so he can't get it upfield. all he could realistically do is leave it and hope it skidded on past Elliott , try to get it back to the goalie or glance it wide from 20 yards out. He tried option B and the goalie had advanced too far.

Agreed. The keeper is more at fault actually. He misjudged it and left his line. Had he made the right decision and stayed in his goal he would’ve saved it. As you say their defender had to deal with it and the keeper was in noman’s land.

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Had to follow this on the radio. Young lads sounded good and fully deserving of their win. Nice to see our kids adding to the countries fume....bless em. 

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So we did hand over our share of the gate money for the first game. And still they acted like classless tits at Anfield.

 

Sports Agenda can reveal that Liverpool decided to hand their share of the gate receipts from the drawn FA Cup tie at Shrewsbury — around £35,000 — to the League One club.

They may have wondered why they bothered, though, after the antics of Shrews chairman Roland Wycherley at the first match and the replay.

At the original match at New Meadow, Wycherley, 78, served notice of what was to come by repeatedly pretending to mistake Sir Kenny Dalglish for his fellow Liverpool legend, Ian Rush.  

‘At a stretch, it might have been funny once, but not all afternoon,’ a witness said of a situation which became uncomfortable despite Dalglish trying to laugh it off.

‘He was calling him his favourite Welshman and asking him what had happened to his moustache.’

Worse was to follow at Anfield last week, when Wycherley demanded to know where Liverpool’s chief executive was. Told he was away, Wycherley responded with an expletive-laden rant, suggesting the whole club was on a winter break.

Wycherley, whose club had been given as many boardroom passes as they wanted for the replay, went on to loudly and repeatedly claim that Liverpool’s decision to play their youngsters and drop admission prices had cost Shrewsbury £500,000.

Following the game, sources claim Wycherley was at it again in the boardroom, suggesting to anyone who would listen that Liverpool had paid off the referee. Shrewsbury insiders say no malice was intended, but some home officials wondered if that cheque for the gate receipts had cleared.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7984341/SPORTS-AGENDA-Shrewsburys-chairman-suffers-identity-crisis.html

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8 hours ago, dockers_strike said:

So we did hand over our share of the gate money for the first game. And still they acted like classless tits at Anfield.

 

Sports Agenda can reveal that Liverpool decided to hand their share of the gate receipts from the drawn FA Cup tie at Shrewsbury — around £35,000 — to the League One club.

They may have wondered why they bothered, though, after the antics of Shrews chairman Roland Wycherley at the first match and the replay.

At the original match at New Meadow, Wycherley, 78, served notice of what was to come by repeatedly pretending to mistake Sir Kenny Dalglish for his fellow Liverpool legend, Ian Rush.  

‘At a stretch, it might have been funny once, but not all afternoon,’ a witness said of a situation which became uncomfortable despite Dalglish trying to laugh it off.

‘He was calling him his favourite Welshman and asking him what had happened to his moustache.’

Worse was to follow at Anfield last week, when Wycherley demanded to know where Liverpool’s chief executive was. Told he was away, Wycherley responded with an expletive-laden rant, suggesting the whole club was on a winter break.

Wycherley, whose club had been given as many boardroom passes as they wanted for the replay, went on to loudly and repeatedly claim that Liverpool’s decision to play their youngsters and drop admission prices had cost Shrewsbury £500,000.

Following the game, sources claim Wycherley was at it again in the boardroom, suggesting to anyone who would listen that Liverpool had paid off the referee. Shrewsbury insiders say no malice was intended, but some home officials wondered if that cheque for the gate receipts had cleared.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7984341/SPORTS-AGENDA-Shrewsburys-chairman-suffers-identity-crisis.html

Sounds more like a mad/hospitality laden ole bastard cracking shit jokes.

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53 minutes ago, sir roger said:

Roland Wycherley sounds and acts like a Fast Show character.

Not to be confused with Ronald Wycherley ( Billy Fury ) who has a statue down by Albert Dock. 

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5 hours ago, magicrat said:

Not to be confused with Ronald Wycherley ( Billy Fury ) who has a statue down by Albert Dock. 

Aye, my mum's favourite singer was Billy.

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On 10/02/2020 at 00:25, dockers_strike said:

So we did hand over our share of the gate money for the first game. And still they acted like classless tits at Anfield.

 

Sports Agenda can reveal that Liverpool decided to hand their share of the gate receipts from the drawn FA Cup tie at Shrewsbury — around £35,000 — to the League One club.

They may have wondered why they bothered, though, after the antics of Shrews chairman Roland Wycherley at the first match and the replay.

At the original match at New Meadow, Wycherley, 78, served notice of what was to come by repeatedly pretending to mistake Sir Kenny Dalglish for his fellow Liverpool legend, Ian Rush.  

‘At a stretch, it might have been funny once, but not all afternoon,’ a witness said of a situation which became uncomfortable despite Dalglish trying to laugh it off.

‘He was calling him his favourite Welshman and asking him what had happened to his moustache.’

Worse was to follow at Anfield last week, when Wycherley demanded to know where Liverpool’s chief executive was. Told he was away, Wycherley responded with an expletive-laden rant, suggesting the whole club was on a winter break.

Wycherley, whose club had been given as many boardroom passes as they wanted for the replay, went on to loudly and repeatedly claim that Liverpool’s decision to play their youngsters and drop admission prices had cost Shrewsbury £500,000.

Following the game, sources claim Wycherley was at it again in the boardroom, suggesting to anyone who would listen that Liverpool had paid off the referee. Shrewsbury insiders say no malice was intended, but some home officials wondered if that cheque for the gate receipts had cleared.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7984341/SPORTS-AGENDA-Shrewsburys-chairman-suffers-identity-crisis.html

What an absolute cunt!

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On 07/02/2020 at 10:27, Pistonbroke said:

Had to follow this on the radio. Young lads sounded good and fully deserving of their win. Nice to see our kids adding to the countries fume....bless em. 

Because of the late kickoff, it got shown on one of the Bein channels and it was a really good match.

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17 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Because of the late kickoff, it got shown on one of the Bein channels and it was a really good match.

 

I was in hospital mate, so was relying on Sky go/DAZN for football. 

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Just now, Jimmy Hills Chin said:

Hope you are okay now, unlike Shrewsbury who have been mortally wounded

 

Cheers mate, getting there. 

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41 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

I was in hospital mate, so was relying on Sky go/DAZN for football. 

 

Just now, Jimmy Hills Chin said:

Hope you are okay now, unlike Shrewsbury who have been mortally wounded

Hopefully you're out of hospital now? How have Shrewsbury got on since the kids stole the FAC Cup tie with the assistance of VAR?

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3 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

 

Hopefully you're out of hospital now? How have Shrewsbury got on since the kids stole the FAC Cup tie with the assistance of VAR?

 

Just now, Jimmy Hills Chin said:

Good to know. Good timing for the run in too.  

 

Been home a week now, it was just a 12 day stay. Shrewsbury drew 1-1 with the mighty MK Dons at the weekend.  

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