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Leeds (A) - Sun 12th Sep 2021 (4:30pm)

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1 hour ago, Razoray said:

Three, Van Dijk and Thiago in the Derby last year and the kid yesterday. All three were shocking tackles. 

Add in Funes Mori on Origi.

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1 hour ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

One of my mates was there and heard a Liverpool fan shouting racist abuse, too.

 

Not great.

 

At who? Robertson?

 

The majority of our XI were black or biracial.

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Loved yesterday. 
 

Unsurprisingly, their fans were a set of cunts but what do you expect from a fan base who think it’s funny to sing about Jimmy Saville.

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Mane was doing his best impression of Sean Dundee yesterday in terms of finishing, it’s why we rely so heavily on Salah and last season was a prime example….

lots of points dropped simple because the front three were misfiring.

He got into some really good positions but fuck me he was poor, I think had we scored 6/7 yesterday no one would complain….


Hindsight is a wonderful thing but I look at us as a team sometimes and think imagine a 19/20 year old Robbie Fowler in this team, his numbers would be insane.

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18 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

 

At who? Robertson?

 

The majority of our XI were black or biracial.

At a Leeds player. Some nobhead called Firpo a "black cunt", which made my black Scouse mate really feel part of The LFC Family©.

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18 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

At a Leeds player. Some nobhead called Firpo a "black cunt", which made my black Scouse mate really feel part of The LFC Family©.


Unfortunately, like that guy with the Turkey flag on his phone, there will also be some bad knob heads at games. 
 

IMO, a rousing rendition of “Always The Victim” from the Elland Rd Stand is far worse. 

 

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1 minute ago, Scott_M said:


Unfortunately, like that guy with the Turkey flag on his phone, there will also be some bad knob heads at games. 
 

IMO, a rousing rendition of “Always The Victim” from the Elland Rd Stand is far worse. 

 

Well, yeah, a thousand twats is worse than one twat.

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Yeah, don't get the confusion that tackles with visible consequences come under closer scrutiny than those that don't... 

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Jamie Redknapp, Gary Neville and Hasslebank were all a disgrace yesterday trying to brush that off as innocuous.

 

It was a flying lunge tackle from behind with a scissor action. You can argue about mens rea all you want but it was extremely reckless and more than deserved a red.

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On a positive note, Henderson was brilliant when he came on. With Henderson on the right side of midfield, Thiago on the left and Fabinho shielding from behind, we can match anyone in midfield. It's just the not very small matter of keeping them fit.

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Every club has idiots following them, yesterday was no different….

We had lads in our end doing slit throat/stabbing gestures,singing Istanbul.


It was a small minority but doesn’t make it right, problem with some of these fucking nobheads is they get sniffed up and think they are invincible, we’ve got some bad bad cunts following us unfortunately.

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1 minute ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

Given that the word innocuous literally means "harmless", anyone who uses it to describe a tackle that did serious harm is an illiterate moron.

 

You've got Rednapp bang to rights there.

 

 

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34 minutes ago, Em City said:

On a positive note, Henderson was brilliant when he came on. With Henderson on the right side of midfield, Thiago on the left and Fabinho shielding from behind, we can match anyone in midfield. It's just the not very small matter of keeping them fit.

I thought he was shit. Played 2 good passes but I'd say he gave the ball away and committed more fouls than any other LFC player despite only playing against 10 men for 1/2 hour.

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Does Bielsa choose to do his interviews in Spanish to piss off the media or has he genuinely not made any effort to learn English in 3 years?.

 

Can't remember any other foreign manager doing that, only a few players. 

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41 minutes ago, Em City said:

Jamie Redknapp, Gary Neville and Hasslebank were all a disgrace yesterday trying to brush that off as innocuous.

 

It was a flying lunge tackle from behind with a scissor action. You can argue about mens rea all you want but it was extremely reckless and more than deserved a red.

If Leeds appeal and the red card gets rescinded there is something seriously wrong.

As V.V posted earlier, rule 17 explicitly covers serious foul play. The 'experts' or anybody else who says otherwise are just plain wrong.

 

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2 minutes ago, No2 said:

I thought he was shit. Played 2 good passes but I'd say he gave the ball away and committed more fouls than any other LFC player despite only playing against 10 men for 1/2 hour.

Well I dont like calling any of our players 'shit' but I agree, Hendo was poor when he came on.

 

1 minute ago, Doctor Troy said:

Does Bielsa choose to do his interviews in Spanish to piss off the media or has he genuinely not made any effort to learn English in 3 years?.

 

Can't remember any other foreign manager doing that, only a few players. 

I gather he can speak English but chooses to talk in Spanish.

 

2 minutes ago, Harry's Lad said:

If Leeds appeal and the red card gets rescinded there is something seriously wrong.

As V.V posted earlier, rule 17 explicitly covers serious foul play. The 'experts' or anybody else who says otherwise are just plain wrong.

 

Think I saw something that Bielsa said they wouldnt appeal it. However, noises coming from the leeds chairman and the frankly, ludicrous comments by sports media people might suggest they will.

 

Sky originally said VAR told Pawson to consider a red card but they later corrected that to say Pawson decided it was a red as soon as he saw it but wanted VAR to confirm it.

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44 minutes ago, Em City said:

Jamie Redknapp, Gary Neville and Hasslebank were all a disgrace yesterday trying to brush that off as innocuous.

 

It was a flying lunge tackle from behind with a scissor action. You can argue about mens rea all you want but it was extremely reckless and more than deserved a red.

There was a later tackle that Neville was saying was identical to the red card one, despite the fact that the later tackle was much slower, more controlled and the player wasn't fucking airborne.

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Dropped in a Leeds forum. Surprisingly there are a small number who think it was a red. Drowned out, obviously, by those who thought it was a great tackle and that Klopp got him sent off. 
 

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Just now, Lario said:

Would love to know what Klopp said to the supporter(s) behind the dugout.

Yes - he was going to share, then realised that’s not who the reporter was talking about and thought better of it. 

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