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3 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

You don’t have to have only 7 matches left to have only 7 matches left.

But they only have 7 matches left.

If they win all 7 and we lose all 7, we'll finish 15 points clear of them.

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3 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

If they win all 7 and we lose all 7, we'll finish 15 points clear of them.

Maybe so, but the tide will clearly have turned.

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19 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

If they win all 7 and we lose all 7, we'll finish 15 points clear of them.

Yeah but we might get deducted 16 points for being redshite. 

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Wonder what the Everton version of this is. 

 

A picture of a bald ref in Spain, kids getting thrown in England, the number 5 in Bucharest and tear gas in Lille.

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The comments. They still can't let it go. 

 

Evertonians always seem to have a problem with every referee who has the cheek to give any decision against them.

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On 16/03/2019 at 09:04, Lycan said:

Grown men losing their shit over a fucking colour. They really are a special breed.

Being of a certain age i had to pick up a new pair of reading glasses last week. A fine pair made by Lambretta that come in a bright Red case. The lady at the opticians asks me ' hope you are a Liverpool fan?' She then explains that they have had 'a lot' of BS fans refuse to take their new specs because the case is Red!!!!

What type of fuckwit mentality is this?

Unbelievable that grown fucking men would not pick up their specs because of the colour of the box. 

I asked her ' Do people ever get annoyed because their glasses might be in a blue box?'

'No, Never happened' 

Of course it hasn't its a Colour and their not children.

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7 minutes ago, index1000 said:

Being of a certain age i had to pick up a new pair of reading glasses last week. A fine pair made by Lambretta that come in a bright Red case. The lady at the opticians asks me ' hope you are a Liverpool fan?' She then explains that they have had 'a lot' of BS fans refuse to take their new specs because the case is Red!!!!

What type of fuckwit mentality is this?

Unbelievable that grown fucking men would not pick up their specs because of the colour of the box. 

I asked her ' Do people ever get annoyed because their glasses might be in a blue box?'

'No, Never happened' 

Of course it hasn't its a Colour and their not children.

They are ridiculous. I’ve worn blue polo shirts at two European Cup Finals.

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Imagine the mental gymnastics they had to perform cheering on Munich last week! Wishing a team in all red to beat us must have been very very confusing. Springfield  Billys the lot of them.

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On 24/03/2019 at 18:50, AngryofTuebrook said:

If they win all 7 and we lose all 7, we'll finish 15 points clear of them.

Yeah, but they have the Liver birds.........and all our heads fell off when they lit them up in Blue and evvything. 

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Bs stupidity is not new - When I was at school,in the early 60s,  a mate whose dad was a BS, told me his dad burned the shoes he wore to the Anfield derby every year. Win lose or draw.

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49 minutes ago, Peter Cormack said:

Bs stupidity is not new - When I was at school,in the early 60s,  a mate whose dad was a BS, told me his dad burned the shoes he wore to the Anfield derby every year. Win lose or draw.

Do you think he was the proto-Bitter?

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1 hour ago, Angie81 said:

Can anyone post that video of pickford being a cocky cunt before last night's game? 

Or that picture of the Rooney family coming out of the sea like early lifeforms emerging from the Primordial Soup.

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14 hours ago, index1000 said:

Being of a certain age i had to pick up a new pair of reading glasses last week. A fine pair made by Lambretta that come in a bright Red case. The lady at the opticians asks me ' hope you are a Liverpool fan?' She then explains that they have had 'a lot' of BS fans refuse to take their new specs because the case is Red!!!!

What type of fuckwit mentality is this?

Unbelievable that grown fucking men would not pick up their specs because of the colour of the box. 

I asked her ' Do people ever get annoyed because their glasses might be in a blue box?'

'No, Never happened' 

Of course it hasn't its a Colour and their not children.

I think they were also pissed off that they were given Lambretta glasses instead of Lonsdale. 

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12 minutes ago, Aventus said:

I think they were also pissed off that they were given Lambretta glasses instead of Lonsdale. 

I heard they moped around in disappointment. 

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5 hours ago, Peter Cormack said:

Bs stupidity is not new - When I was at school,in the early 60s,  a mate whose dad was a BS, told me his dad burned the shoes he wore to the Anfield derby every year. Win lose or draw.

 

Could you get Lonsdales back in the 60s?

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6 hours ago, Peter Cormack said:

Bs stupidity is not new - When I was at school,in the early 60s,  a mate whose dad was a BS, told me his dad burned the shoes he wore to the Anfield derby every year. Win lose or draw.

That was fair enough until he had to get a seat in the Kemlyn one year .

 

You’ve all seen the guy on YouTube with the firework up his arse.

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7 hours ago, Peter Cormack said:

Bs stupidity is not new - When I was at school,in the early 60s,  a mate whose dad was a BS, told me his dad burned the shoes he wore to the Anfield derby every year. Win lose or draw.

My dad used to work in a place by Sandhill station. Some bad bitter Evertonian who lived in Huyton used to work with him. When his car packed in he used to get the bus but kept turning up half an hour late.

 

My dad asked him why he was always late. He said one of the buses he had to get went past Anfield past the back of the Kop so he used to get off the bus near Tuebrook and walk all the way to Sandhills. He said he couldn't bear going past the Kop as it would put him in a bad mood all day. 

 

He ended up getting sacked after he carried this childishness on for over a month. 

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On 25/03/2019 at 19:01, Thoth said:

Anfield for a charity match v Goodison for a European match 

 

 

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We go the game... the game... the game... the game...  the game...

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On 24/03/2019 at 10:29, AngryofTuebrook said:

So, assuming Chelsea win their game in hand, they are then going to overturn a deficit of 16 points in 7 games.

 

Yeah, why not?

Seems perfectly reasonable to Liverpool will, having lost once this season, will go on to lose at least 6 of our next 7 matches. Not. Bitter. At. All. 

 

At least we will narrowly escape relegation. 

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