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Some of them are slowly realising how pointless they are now. One blue in work before said that they hate us more now because we are miles ahead of them on and off the pitch. 

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51 minutes ago, SlugTrail said:

Is this an advert for mental health awareness. Or is it she doesn't want to go home after their first home loss of the season.

The worst "make a wish" in history.

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29 minutes ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Is she the girl Jagielka took by the hand in that cringeworthy video the other year?

 

 

No, she's never been seen again.

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That's 19 home league matches a year for 10 years - but no injury time. She must still have fond memories of that scoreless draw with Liverpool back in December 2016!

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Think he's still out on loan with Everton playing him 120 grand a week. Either that or his contract was up in June after Everton couldn't find anyone fucking stupid enough to take him.

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13 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

Don't know about the beast part but yea - Sandro.

When they signed him - in one of their "what a time to be alive" transfer windows - some GOT whopper said Sandro was going to be a beast.

 

In fairness, he didn't say when nor what type of beast.

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13 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

When they signed him - in one of their "what a time to be alive" transfer windows - some GOT whopper said Sandro was going to be a beast.

 

In fairness, he didn't say when nor what type of beast.

Along with Nikica "Better then Suarez" Jelavić

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On 16/09/2019 at 10:27, deiseach said:

I've been blocked by Ian Irvine. I don't follow him, didn't react/respond directly to any of his tweets, and don't have anything LFC related in my bio. I probably liked one or two of the responses to his tweet, so I'm guessing (I'm doing that lot of late with respect to the Bloos, it's hard to get a handle on what makes them tick) he looked at every like to every response and blocked every one of them. Deranged.

Just checked, i am too, but i think I called him an absolute freak.  

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

When they signed him - in one of their "what a time to be alive" transfer windows - some GOT whopper said Sandro was going to be a beast.

 

In fairness, he didn't say when nor what type of beast.

 

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