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Who am I?

 

ive never won a premier league but 3 of my former clubs have.

 

ive been named in a PFA team of the year

 

my current Prem team paid almost 30m for me

 

team mates have included ings, sterling, delph, wellbeck, walcott, drinkwater, zouma, Harry Kane and trippier, managers I’ve played under include steve mclaren and Nigel Pearson 

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3 minutes ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

Michael Keane it might be but when did him and Sterling path cross?

 

It doesn't specify club level, so the England team would be a good bet.

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47 minutes ago, liverpoolsno9 said:

Who am I?

 

ive never won a premier league but 3 of my former clubs have.

 

ive been named in a PFA team of the year

 

my current Prem team paid almost 30m for me

 

team mates have included ings, sterling, delph, wellbeck, walcott, drinkwater, zouma, Harry Kane and trippier, managers I’ve played under include steve mclaren and Nigel Pearson 

Fucking unlucky, Id say!

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I was asked to do up.some questions for a fellas 30th birthday this weekend, all questions have to be about Liverpool since he was born.

Some are handy, others a bit tough.

1)Most appearances in last 30 years?

2) most goals?

3) most goals under Klopp?

4) most goals under rafa?

5) most goals- Suarez or Torres?

6) who scored the 3rd goal against Dortmund in 2016?

7) Klopp 1st signing?

8) rafa's 1st signing? 

9) who scored the most goals for Liverpool - Henderson or Milner? 

10) same again - Carroll or Keane?

11) most games under Klopp?

12) name the 3 teams we beat in the 2001 finals?

13) name the 3 teams we beat in the semi finals in 2001?

14) name the 3 scorers in the 2-1 win against Juventus in 2005?

 

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1/ Carragher

2/ Fowler 

3/ Salah 

4/ Torres 

5/ Suarez 

6/ Sakho 

7/ Caulker 

8/ Nunez 

9/ Milner 

10/ Carroll 

11/ Henderson 

12/ Alaves, Arsenal, Birmingham 

13/ Barcelona - no idea 

14/ Garcia, Hyypia 

 

Not sure on most of them 

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51 minutes ago, The Golden Eel said:

1/ Carragher

2/ Fowler 

3/ Salah 

4/ Torres 

5/ Suarez 

6/ Sakho 

7/ Caulker 

8/ Nunez 

9/ Milner 

10/ Carroll 

11/ Henderson 

12/ Alaves, Arsenal, Birmingham 

13/ Barcelona - no idea 

14/ Garcia, Hyypia 

 

Not sure on most of them 

7 right 

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Arbitrary Sunday morning twitter challenge (via @Paul on twitter). 

 

 

So, any advance on this side?

 

Dudek, Lawler, Hyypia, Agger, Hughes, Lee, Gerrard, Salah, Liddell, Rush and Dalglish 

 

Yeats, Fowler, Heighway, Torres, Riise, Sturridge, Heskey, Aurelio

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49 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

WHO AM I

 

I have played with Matt Le Tissier

I managed a team that finished above Man United

I almost came 3rd in the World Soccer Player of the Year Award

I've been an English player of the year and a manager of the year

 

15 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

Played with Le Tiss competitively at club level, country level or in a knockabout friendly?

 

Is it Kenny, and they played together in some charity golf event?

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10 hours ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

WHO AM I

 

I have played with Matt Le Tissier

I managed a team that finished above Man United

I almost came 3rd in the World Soccer Player of the Year Award

I've been an English player of the year and a manager of the year

Peter Reid?

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9 hours ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

Played with Le Tiss competitively at club level, country level or in a knockabout friendly?

Did Le Tissier play for England? Maybe just a handful of games, he was often, scandously, overlooked. 

 

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