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4 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

I’m in a good mood, I’ve just had a couple of Topics and a glass of Lilt, and didn’t want to hurt his feelings.

 

7 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

A bit??

 

Yes, apologies. Had a bevy or several.

 

Not my finest comment. 

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4 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Tag me on it on Faceaids. I wasnt to see this literary genius. 

 

Not bad fer a weerkin class lad from Scottie road whose Dad worked 47 hour days on the docks....


I got Kirby and Nicky Alt mixed up. 

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12 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

In one day in widnes I saw a man in a car with a Hitler moustache and an incredibly old woman crossing the road in a pair of LA gear lights.

You should have come and said hello to me and Tony's Ma.

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2 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

 

 

Yes, apologies. Had a bevy or several.

 

Not my finest comment. 

Fair enough. I recall seeing Janet Ellis on Twitter a while back. I was going to DM

her and ask if she had a spare badge knocking about that you could have.

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16 minutes ago, lifetime fan said:


Seen he’s promoting a second book on faceaids? 

That Nicky Altt fella reckons he bunked round Europe for about 15 years, on ferries, trains and into matches. 

 

He was doing a collection for SOS in the Liverpool supporters club around the time of Hicks and Gillett and some fella said "why don't you put in all that money you saved blagging your way round Europe and stealing tickets off people?"

 

Makes out he's some big hard case in his book and he's not much bigger than Warwick Davies.

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56 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Biggest cunts in football, they didn't do that because they give a fuck, they did it because it was on telly and they wanted the chance to make it look like they're some sort of working class heroes, even though they spend their games singing about people in council houses.

 

They pioneered the fucking concept of whoring yourself out for money decades ago for fuck's sake, from the club crest to devaluing the FA Cup. Absolute twat of a club from boardroom to fanzine and everywhere Inbetween, the vichy French of the working class, absolute twats.

 

Close. The. Thread. 

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5 minutes ago, lifetime fan said:


I got Kirby and Nicky Alt mixed up. 

I can see why though. They are both responsible for the monstrosities on offer at the Royal Court. 

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2 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

I can see why though. They are both responsible for the monstrosities on offer at the Royal Court. 

Nah. Those birds are responsible for looking like that themselves.

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2 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

That first part is the cringiest handbags ever.


Don’t see many Anti-ESL banners.

 

Who’s in the mud?

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5 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Look at all of those peaceful Man Utd fans attacking the 5ft tall female police officer. 

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All wearing Armani from Cheatham hill. Scruffy twats

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37 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

In one day in widnes I saw a man in a car with a Hitler moustache and an incredibly old woman crossing the road in a pair of LA gear lights.

Do you work for the Widnes tourist board? Sounds like fake propaganda to make it sound better than it is. 

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5 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

 

 

 


Alternatively, a majority of our supporters aren’t anti-FSG out because we have a successful side.

 

Much like them between 2005 - 2013.

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I don’t get why their fans tried to storm The Lowry today.

 

What was that going to achieve? They going to assault their own players? 
 

I’d love to know where we stayed and what it was like. 

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7 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

I don’t get why their fans tried to storm The Lowry today.

 

What was that going to achieve? They going to assault their own players? 
 

I’d love to know where we stayed and what it was like. 

Things are tight we were in the premier Inn.

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

Did ya ma give yer an apple to clean yer teeth and did yer sleep in the luggage rack all the way from Lime Street like Dave Kirby?

Got 10 bob off me dad who was a docker before I went, scouse butties and a bottle of sterry.

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26 minutes ago, waddy78 said:

Things are tight we were in the premier Inn.


I surprised we didn’t cram everybody into an 8 sleeper hostel dorm.

 

I think we have a deal with Novotel.

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6 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Got 10 bob off me dad who was a docker before I went, scouse butties and a bottle of sterry.

Not bad fer a lad from Scottie road who left school wiv nothin.. 

 

* Sips pint and gazes out the window with lfc crowd noise in the background 

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1 minute ago, Doctor Troy said:

Not bad fer a lad from Scottie road who left school wiv nothin.. 

 

* Sips pint and gazes out the window with lfc crowd noise in the background 

If all the lads who done Europe on trains robbing Swiss sport shops actually did it there would be enough to fill Anfield twice. Nee any Lacoste lad?

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