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3 hours ago, Special K said:

Still can't quite fathom what happened last night.

Me neither, absolutely crazy. After that first period of extra time I just sat there stunned and McManaman in the background repeatedly saying don't panic, plenty of time.

Don't think I've felt like that since Arsenal in 89.

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On 12/03/2020 at 10:00, deiseach said:

I get something productive done. We've a viewing on the house today so it gave me chance to run the vacuum cleaner around, take the boxers down from the curtains etc. I checked the half-time full-time scores. Seeing it at 2-2 the way I did was much less of a kick in the stones than watching it.

I get that it takes away the stress but you did miss some great footy by us, mate. 
 

It was really hard to take but I think being at the game and experiencing the collective disappointment is somehow easier than watching on TV. 

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1 hour ago, Jennings said:

I get that it takes away the stress but you did miss some great footy by us, mate. 
 

It was really hard to take but I think being at the game and experiencing the collective disappointment is somehow easier than watching on TV. 

Nail on the head. I said to my wife that I think I'd have been a right miserable cunt if I hadn't been at Anfield as the pride we all felt at the team's performance until Adrian's mad moment was something that I'm happy to have witnessed. The kids were in bed when I got in so they didn't have to see their dad with a fucking big shit on and come the following day I was pretty much ok with the fact that we were by far the better team who were fucked up by something beyond our control. Virus notwithstanding, I'd have taken 'just' the league this season by biting any fucker's hand off. Great side this.

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2 hours ago, Jennings said:

It was really hard to take but I think being at the game and experiencing the collective disappointment is somehow easier than watching on TV. 

Being at the game is completely different. My issue there is the expense, but in terms of nervous tension I've always viewed the matchday experience as a positive thing.

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23 hours ago, DJLJ said:

I'm not disputing that the match most likely spiked infections, but I have no idea what kind of algorithm has come out with that specific number, how does that work? 

 

It could be less than 41, it could be much more, I don't get this. 

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Fucking hell.  God knows the blueshite bastards will be going to town on this information.  Cunts.  Not the first time they've used the death of innocent people as a stick to beat us with. 

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On 25/05/2020 at 14:48, Aventus said:

I'm not disputing that the match most likely spiked infections, but I have no idea what kind of algorithm has come out with that specific number, how does that work? 

 

It could be less than 41, it could be much more, I don't get this. 

They can track people's mobile phone movements and link people who attended the game and their whereabouts afterwards. Any deaths are in the hands of UEFA and their insistence on playing it.

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