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13 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

In my experience loads live on the Wirral, Ormskirk, Crosby, Formby and Southport. 

 

I worked in an office a few years back where I sat with 5 Evertonians who all somehow convinced themselves that all Liverpool fans were wools or Norwegians. 

 

One was from York, one was from Blackpool, one from Heswall, one was born in Swindon and moved up here aged 28 but adopted Everton as his team and the other one lived in Formby. 

How could an adult, who I'm presuming is of sound, mind and body. Ever choose Everton as his team to support. I mean, it's Everton? 

 

Being Irish, when I was growing up it was either us or utd. 

 

But there was one lad in my class who supported Everton. Just one, ever! 

 

His only highlight growing up was signing Daniel Amokachi. If I could do a gave palm emoji, I would....... 

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12 minutes ago, chrisbonnie said:

How could an adult, who I'm presuming is of sound, mind and body. Ever choose Everton as his team to support. I mean, it's Everton? 

 

Being Irish, when I was growing up it was either us or utd. 

 

But there was one lad in my class who supported Everton. Just one, ever! 

 

His only highlight growing up was signing Daniel Amokachi. If I could do a gave palm emoji, I would....... 

I think when he moved up to Liverpool it was in their brief 2 year glory years (which Liverpool ruined by getting them banned).

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17 minutes ago, chrisbonnie said:

How could an adult, who I'm presuming is of sound, mind and body. Ever choose Everton as his team to support. I mean, it's Everton? 

 

Being Irish, when I was growing up it was either us or utd. 

 

But there was one lad in my class who supported Everton. Just one, ever! 

 

His only highlight growing up was signing Daniel Amokachi. If I could do a gave palm emoji, I would....... 

Some men just want to watch their football team burn.

 

And blame the other team across the park...

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On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
 
 
maccavennie

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On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
Your a massive knobhead, the biggest on here you Kopite piss soaked Aldo loving ferret
 
 


 

 

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

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artetas_biggest_fan

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On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
 
 
maccavennie

maccavennie

Player Valuation: £70m
On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
Your a massive knobhead, the biggest on here you Kopite piss soaked Aldo loving ferret
 
 


 

 

What a response. No arguing with that.

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1 hour ago, chrisbonnie said:

How could an adult, who I'm presuming is of sound, mind and body. Ever choose Everton as his team to support. I mean, it's Everton? 

 

Being Irish, when I was growing up it was either us or utd. 

 

But there was one lad in my class who supported Everton. Just one, ever! 

 

His only highlight growing up was signing Daniel Amokachi. If I could do a gave palm emoji, I would....... 

I think most of them I’m related to are of sound mind. 

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25 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

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artetas_biggest_fan

Player Valuation: £2.5m
On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
 
 
maccavennie

maccavennie

Player Valuation: £70m
On a broader point (really addressed to much older blues), when did the RS overtake us in size? Or were the clubs always level up until a point in time? In the Dixie era were we the biggest club in the land? (that last one is more for historians)

Up until the 1960s, both clubs had five league titles, we had two cups. Both clubs were able to generate 50k plus attendances. Something changed after that. Was it simply the Shankly impact (and legacy) that drove them on to another level? It was the decade where the city was the centre of pop culture, and they had an anthem that came from that sound. Having the city name must have had an effect also. As a club they seemed to forge a strong identity that became known to the wider public, while Catterick kept us in the shadows (that’s just how it seems anyway without having gone through it).
Your a massive knobhead, the biggest on here you Kopite piss soaked Aldo loving ferret
 
 


 

 

Maccavennie is definitely Stigs GOT alter ego.

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1 minute ago, chrisbrand said:

Started following a group called 'Terrible Art in Charity Shops' and someone found this at a shop in St.Helens.

 

 

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That is superb. 

 

"All 14 were subsequently charged with 31 felonies including Harassment, Intimidation, Beastiality and Being members of a pointless organisation" 

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1 hour ago, chrisbrand said:

Started following a group called 'Terrible Art in Charity Shops' and someone found this at a shop in St.Helens.

 

 

87026400_2542219062715928_2592365830922567680_o.jpg

That is magnificent!

 

Is it still for sale? Can I put a bid in?

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29 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

That is magnificent!

 

Is it still for sale? Can I put a bid in?

A packet of fruit pastilles with all the red ones taken out should secure it. 

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5 hours ago, chrisbrand said:

Started following a group called 'Terrible Art in Charity Shops' and someone found this at a shop in St.Helens.

 

 

87026400_2542219062715928_2592365830922567680_o.jpg

From a time before beards.  What a bunch of ugly fuckers. Fellaini looks clinically insane

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5 hours ago, chrisbrand said:

Started following a group called 'Terrible Art in Charity Shops' and someone found this at a shop in St.Helens.

 

 

87026400_2542219062715928_2592365830922567680_o.jpg

Someone should buy it and donate it to EFC. It’d look nice next to their cuckoo clock. 

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7 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

I think when he moved up to Liverpool it was in their brief 2 year glory years (which Liverpool ruined by getting them banned).

Ah in Fairness, they where a very good side during the 80's. 

 

That BT sport documentary "when two tribes go to war" highlighted the blight Liverpool the City was going through in the 80's yet their two football teams where dominating the domestic game. 

 

I think the league was on Merseyside 8 of the 10 years of the 80's. Some going all the same. 

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22 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

In my experience loads live on the Wirral, Ormskirk, Crosby, Formby and Southport. 

 

I worked in an office a few years back where I sat with 5 Evertonians who all somehow convinced themselves that all Liverpool fans were wools or Norwegians. 

 

One was from York, one was from Blackpool, one from Heswall, one was born in Swindon and moved up here aged 28 but adopted Everton as his team and the other one lived in Formby. 

Thanks to Everton, I feel Norwegian. It’s not as good as breton but it feels good really, and probably better than Swedish.  Strange language though ....

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8 hours ago, chrisbrand said:

Started following a group called 'Terrible Art in Charity Shops' and someone found this at a shop in St.Helens.

 

 

87026400_2542219062715928_2592365830922567680_o.jpg


Will look great in the BMD trophy cabinet. Will draw the tourists in.

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1 hour ago, chrisbonnie said:

Ah in Fairness, they where a very good side during the 80's. 

 

That BT sport documentary "when two tribes go to war" highlighted the blight Liverpool the City was going through in the 80's yet their two football teams where dominating the domestic game. 

 

I think the league was on Merseyside 8 of the 10 years of the 80's. Some going all the same. 

They were indeed, and while that was the case the rivalry was more friendly.

Went to Wembley twice with Blues in the car (7 seater) and although we beat them both times there wasn’t any bitterness and we had a great time there and back.

It still was the case, in my experience, up to and after Hillsborough, I don’t recall any nastiness following the ban after Heysel and I can’t really pin down when it got really poisonous.

A work colleague did say that after the Istanbul final, he’d hoped the plane would crash carrying the team on the way home, which was really a shock, as this lad was what I felt was an ok blue.

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Is this another lie? I fucking hope so. 

 

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There's an interview with Bobby Madely in The Athletic today about his depression and sacking from refereeing... I bet you'll never guess which club's fan wrote this about him on twitter
 
“I hope the next time Robert Madley goes for a shower, gas comes out instead of water,”
 

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