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4 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

Can't remember the last time I saw an actual footballer with a double chin. Maybe Tomas Brolin at Leeds.

Luke Shaw must have come close at some point.

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8 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

Can't remember the last time I saw an actual footballer with a double chin. Maybe Tomas Brolin at Leeds.

Harry Kane?

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Blues saying typical us making it about us (Carra, the Klopp cut-out) not mentioning the big flag in the stand with the Everton flag on though. Nope, ignore that. 

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32 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Blues saying typical us making it about us (Carra, the Klopp cut-out) not mentioning the big flag in the stand with the Everton flag on though. Nope, ignore that. 

They're the local equivalent of the QAnon nutters , I just ignore them these days or tut at their more outlandish stuff.

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58 minutes ago, Edward. said:

I said to the wife Klopps at the game. She said “Who is that he’s with?”

My other half wanted to know who is that with his arm around Klopp. 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Blues saying typical us making it about us (Carra, the Klopp cut-out) not mentioning the big flag in the stand with the Everton flag on though. Nope, ignore that. 

They've been badly triggered by that cardboard cut out. 

 

Would have been hilarious if there had been a Purple Aki cardboard cut out like at Monchengladbach.

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Premier League has made a stick to be beaten with after postponing Newcastle, everton and other games due to covid outbreaks. They're now trying to swap the spurs v villa game with fulham due to villa's covid outbreak and manage fixture pile ups. This has left Fulham 'fuming' at being given such short notice about the swap.

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