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*Shakes head* Everton again.

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to get their record ever points in premier league 72 points and just get Europa, once the fun of us losing the league dies down I'd be a bit gutted with that

They won't be as they think they're the best team in the league no matter what the table says.

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Don't know if this has already been mentioned but I've just found out they all did the 'Poznan' at the end of their game on Sunday.

 

That's absolutely pathetic. It doesn't wind me up it just makes me shake my head

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I was out in Hull on Saturday night and had the pleasure and honour to meet a few gentlemen from Birkenhead, Eastham and Wallasey. They informed me of their intention to do a poznan should city score.

 

Happy as Larry they were, couldnt give a fuck that they lost out on the champions league.

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Haha, only surprised it didn't get an outing when they were losing to City. Thursday nights, ITV4.

 

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The ones with their backs turned are proper scousers. The others refusing to have anything to do with it must be wools obviously.

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The ones with their backs turned are proper small time beauts. The others refusing to have anything to do with it must be wools in their eyes obviously.

 

Fixed that for you!

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ha thanks but where's all my sarcasm gone?!

Best leaving sarcasm out of a discussion about the bitters - somewhere (in Liverpool of course) a bitter read that and foamed at the mouth, had the veins in his forehead throbbing and threw his computer out the window 'fucking redshite gobshite twats, aaaaargh, fucking woolyback twat, aaaargh'

 

You don't want that on your conscience, do you?

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If Bobby Brown Shoes has any sense, and ambition, he will have viewed their conduct during that game in the same way the sensible man does a woman who vitriolically slags off all her exes. 

 

"This is going to be miserable, thankless, and when I finally escape dragging her along like a bag of bricks, I'll be getting this treatment to the next poor sap.  Cheery bye, you fucking barmcake."

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