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    • I’m earning £500 a week and paying out 80% for my bills. 
      Bill is earning £750 a week and paying out 60% for his bills. Bill is stupid according to Twitcher in the bushes!
    • VAR brought in for offsides on the basis that a player was or wasn't offside even by the smallest of margins. Drawing wider lines is moving the deck chairs as there will still be endless controversy over whether player was just over or just behind the wider line . Cut to the chase and the the real change is that we wont see the lines on screen any more so wont be able to scrutinise their fuck ups.  As for pens and the degree of contact required then good luck with that , Flawed as it players do generally understand the risks they take tackling in the box but now we are going to get arguments and inconsistencies again about how much contact is allowed .   The only benefit I can see is that it might speed up the games a little but it won't make it any fairer or consistent.  
    • Xherdan Shaqiri says he is raring to go for Liverpool ahead of the new season and in an interview with the club’s website he did not mention leaving Anfield.   In an apparent change of tact, the Switzerland star now looks focused on winning major honours at Liverpool.   Only last week the 29-year-old attacker revealed his time at Anfield was coming to an end.   Shaqiri has been ripe for a transfer for the last 18 months, but the former Basel man said he was ready for a new challenge very recently.   It appeared his patience at Anfield had expired and with Harvey Elliott primed for a chance in the first-team after excelling at Blackburn last year, both Shaqiri and Divock Origi were tipped to make way.   Speaking to Corriere dello Sport (via Fabrizio Romano), Shaqiri revealed the Liverpool board had accepted his request for a “new challenge”.   “I told Liverpool board I feel ready for a new challenge,” said Shaqiri. “They accepted my decision and will now consider bids to sell me. Liverpool won’t stop me this summer.   “I’d love to come back to Italy, and I’d like to play for Lazio.”   But the Reds’ No.23 reported for pre-season training last week and Liverpoolfc.com have interviewed him.   Now, it’s clear they would have avoided all transfer talk, but his focus seems to be solely on Liverpool.   Asked how he was feeling, he said: “Good, good. I’m happy to be with the team again here. I’m looking forward to having a good pre-season and start a good campaign again.   “We had some holidays, the guys who were at the Euros or the Copa America. I’m a couple of days here and I’m trying to get 100 per cent fit again. I’m feeling good.   “It was a very good Euros personally and of course with my country. It was something historical what we achieved and it’s something special for my country. I’m very proud of this.   “It says to me the hard work I do every day and with my country. I’m very, very pleased and happy and proud, of course, to achieve this kind of thing. I hope much more is going to come.”   Asked if his exploits at Euro 2020 had lifted his spirits, he said: “I’m looking forward to the new season and hopefully we’re going to achieve what we want to achieve with this club.   “Our goal is always to win, to play for titles and to give 100 per cent on the pitch. Then we will see what happens. But, of course, we’re going to try everything to win.   “Obviously we have a few players who were injured, they are back and they give us [an] extra boost for sure. The fans are going to be back again, I think, and that also gives us another boost to try to achieve our goals this season.   “We know how Anfield is when we have a game and how they push us through the game and how many times we won the games or we came back with the fans – something special. Of course, it’s going to give us an extra boost.”   While Shaqiri is convinced Jurgen Klopp’s men can get back to competing for the title this season.   “Of course, yeah. We have [a] top-quality group and very good lads – this is also very important to have good characters. To achieve as a club, we need to stick together as a team.   “If we do that and if we give everything what we have with our talent on the pitch and fight together with the team then we can achieve a lot of things this season,” he added.
    • We're about 6-1 joint 2nd favourites with Chelsea for the title . City odds on.    Given the lack of ambition in this window and the unlikelihood of any top signings I think sixes is way too short . Chavs look much better bet especially if they can get Werner to put the round thing in the netty thing.  In any event don't see City knocked off the their perch any time soon.  Fucking depressing.   
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