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1 minute ago, Anubis said:

PSG have u-turned and have just announced that they’re taking Chelsea’s place in the ESL.

Is that for real?

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Just now, m0e said:

Is that for real?


Yes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maybe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No. I just thought I’d switch the news up a bit.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Brownie said:

 

it's completely unacceptable to be a part of it. It goes against our values and principles as a city and a club.

I thought our values were based on us being 19 times champions of the league, and 6 times champions of Europe?  It's easy to have principles and values while we keep winning things.  The test comes when it all stops, and the hope fades. 

  

Klopp is a winner, he can't settle for wasting his time, and when the dust settles on this saga and Man City and Sky force the ESL thing to go away, then prepare for his exit within a year after being forced to sell Salah and Mane to fund a move for James Tarkowski and Harvey Barnes.   

He's good, but he's not a magician, and this shit will grow old very quickly. 

 

You're all about to find out, very quickly, how much of a precipice top level football is on.  Covid has pressed the fast-forward button on what was supposed to be a slow decline.  Why do you think 12 historic clubs have gotten together to do this, all of a sudden, seemingly out of nowhere, to universal damnation?  Why did they not consult SoS?  Because they knew damn well what they'd say, that's why.  But this isn't some curio passion for them, it's graphs with income plummeting to undiscovered depths, it's spiralling costs to keep the show on the road each week, with players like Gini asking for more money, with impending additional costs to make things covid-secure, with the government forecasting another wave of pandemic.  This is the end-game for the owners of the likes of us, Juve, Inter, AC, Spurs, Arsenal, Man United, Real Madrid, Barcelona.  I am in no way surprised or critical of them for trying this.

 

I am sad, mournful, because all this now proves just how helpless UEFA/FIFA/PL actually are against rogue owners.  Those big clubs were relying on governance saving the day, but they have given up all hope now, they know this is the only way of saving themselves from having their carcasses picked by no-mark, unprincipled, sadistic bastards. 

 

It's a Man City v PSG final in the CL most seasons from now on.  Chelsea will be the same, insulated from loss, this is brilliant for Abramovich, they will hoover the top players here again.  

 

But that's ok with me, because we'll still have our dignity won't we.  While Sky call us shit, while Neville slags us off as we plummet down the league, we'll just use that scouse wit to brush it off, while we install Gerrard as manager but tell him that we need to sell Van Dijk this year so he has £10m to spend.  That's fine, because we'll have our songs and our fans.  Except ticket prices rise and rise to watch worse and worse teams, and people start staying away. 

 

So, here's your principles and values, enjoy them, cherish them, and remember that you swapped the trophies and the titles for some odd sense of vindication that you weirdly continue to decide to prop-up and give credibility to a league that didn't enforce FFP, that didn't do a fit and proper test, that is being won by the most anti-competitive side the world has ever seen, and every time you sing a song at the game is just another swatch of cultural patchwork that the PL can own and share with Man City.  

 

 

 

 

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Can't wait for the rebranded version once they get sky, the sun and the daily mail on board next time and fans look forward to the new competition. The European super-duper league.

 

Woodward gone, fucking mancs come out of this stronger.

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Oh well, when you are everyone's favourite pantomine villian, as we are, being hated even more is relatively easy to shrug off, isnt it?

 

Would be interesting to know whether there was the same concerted media hostility in Italy and Spain as there has been in England and exactly why Atletico and Barcelona would sign up to the thing if they back out at the first sign ofdisagreement.

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9 minutes ago, Anubis said:


Have you been cryogenically frozen for 30 years. Opposition fans have been attacking us for decades. We’re already the UKs most hated.

That’s what I’m not understanding with some of these reactions. The only thing FSG did here is piss off our own fans more. Every other fanbase that already hated us before this news will still hate us after this shit is done either way it goes. 

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1 minute ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

I thought our values were based on us being 19 times champions of the league, and 6 times champions of Europe?  It's easy to have principles and values while we keep winning things.  The test comes when it all stops, and the hope fades. 

  

Klopp is a winner, he can't settle for wasting his time, and when the dust settles on this saga and Man City and Sky force the ESL thing to go away, then prepare for his exit within a year after being forced to sell Salah and Mane to fund a move for James Tarkowski and Harvey Barnes.   

He's good, but he's not a magician, and this shit will grow old very quickly. 

 

You're all about to find out, very quickly, how much of a precipice top level football is on.  Covid has pressed the fast-forward button on what was supposed to be a slow decline.  Why do you think 12 historic clubs have gotten together to do this, all of a sudden, seemingly out of nowhere, to universal damnation?  Why did they not consult SoS?  Because they knew damn well what they'd say, that's why.  But this isn't some curio passion for them, it's graphs with income plummeting to undiscovered depths, it's spiralling costs to keep the show on the road each week, with players like Gini asking for more money, with impending additional costs to make things covid-secure, with the government forecasting another wave of pandemic.  This is the end-game for the owners of the likes of us, Juve, Inter, AC, Spurs, Arsenal, Man United, Real Madrid, Barcelona.  I am in no way surprised or critical of them for trying this.

 

I am sad, mournful, because all this now proves just how helpless UEFA/FIFA/PL actually are against rogue owners.  Those big clubs were relying on governance saving the day, but they have given up all hope now, they know this is the only way of saving themselves from having their carcasses picked by no-mark, unprincipled, sadistic bastards. 

 

It's a Man City v PSG final in the CL most seasons from now on.  Chelsea will be the same, insulated from loss, this is brilliant for Abramovich, they will hoover the top players here again.  

 

But that's ok with me, because we'll still have our dignity won't we.  While Sky call us shit, while Neville slags us off as we plummet down the league, we'll just use that scouse wit to brush it off, while we install Gerrard as manager but tell him that we need to sell Van Dijk this year so he has £10m to spend.  That's fine, because we'll have our songs and our fans.  Except ticket prices rise and rise to watch worse and worse teams, and people start staying away. 

 

So, here's your principles and values, enjoy them, cherish them, and remember that you swapped the trophies and the titles for some odd sense of vindication that you weirdly continue to decide to prop-up and give credibility to a league that didn't enforce FFP, that didn't do a fit and proper test, that is being won by the most anti-competitive side the world has ever seen, and every time you sing a song at the game is just another swatch of cultural patchwork that the PL can own and share with Man City.  

 

 

 

 

Wibble.

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3 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

how helpless UEFA/FIFA/PL actually are against rogue owners. 

Alot of it was to protect from any others pouring money into something to buy a "legacy"'. City and Chelsea were already through the gate.

Think alot also has to do with what is going to become  bigger problem and that is the tug of war between club and national sides.

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2 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

You're all about to find out, very quickly, how much of a precipice top level football is on.  Covid has pressed the fast-forward button on what was supposed to be a slow decline.  Why do you think 12 historic clubs have gotten together to do this, all of a sudden, seemingly out of nowhere, to universal damnation?

 

All of a sudden? They’ve been planning this for years.

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26 minutes ago, Anubis said:

I hear Henry is waiting for Joe Biden to get back to him on whether or not  he’ll offer to shore up the ESL with US military intervention.

Bidens’ too busy clown shoesing all over the Chauvin trial.

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Just now, Colt Seavers said:

Man City and Chelsea are the heros

United "it was all Edwards"

Liverpool....."say hello to the bad guy"

Tottenham and Arsenal klinging on for dear life, it's there only chance of Champions League anytime soon.

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