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18 minutes ago, rubble-rouser said:

At Conwy. Family next to me at the harbour - 3 lads aged 3-6. 2 in Everton kits, one in an Atletico kit . Fuck me. They’ll have the full la liga line up in a couple of years.

A blue wearing red and white!? You sure?

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1 hour ago, Anubis said:

Your Tuesday morning comedy thread. Offended by everything, ashamed of nothing.....

 

https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/yes-we-won-a-title-this-season.110818/

What the fuck has Steven Gerrard got to do with them being dirty bastards? 
The mind continues to boggle. Fucking rancid whelks!

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3 hours ago, Anubis said:

Your Tuesday morning comedy thread. Offended by everything, ashamed of nothing.....

 

https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/yes-we-won-a-title-this-season.110818/

One of the quotes “Arteta got 3 red cards while Gerrard got ,four in their careers make of that what you will”

Well what I’d make of it is that Arteta was a decent player who couldn’t tackle so when he did it was usually a two footed cowardly one in which he wouldn’t get hurt thus resulting in a red card 

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3 hours ago, Anubis said:

Your Tuesday morning comedy thread. Offended by everything, ashamed of nothing.....

 

https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/yes-we-won-a-title-this-season.110818/

In fairness, a few of them have got it spot on - if you're not good at keeping the ball, you get desperate to win it back and you either make errors or have a rush of blood to the head.

 

Because we take those ball-retention and accurate-passing PEDs, the situation doesn't arise as often. Also, we tend to gang up on players and harass them into making a mistake, rather than actually tackling. 

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23 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

In fairness, a few of them have got it spot on - if you're not good at keeping the ball, you get desperate to win it back and you either make errors or have a rush of blood to the head.

 

Because we take those ball-retention and accurate-passing PEDs, the situation doesn't arise as often. Also, we tend to gang up on players and harass them into making a mistake, rather than actually tackling. 

We use a special glue on our boots mate 

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1 hour ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

 

 

Because we take those ball-retention and accurate-passing PEDs, the situation doesn't arise as often. Also, we tend to gang up on players and harass them into making a mistake, rather than actually tackling. 

Didnt Lovren get the memo about these!?

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3 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

We use a special glue on our boots mate 


It should be banned though. The ‘powers that be’ know it’s going on but ‘special dispensation FC win out. If it wasn’t for this special glue, The Ev would be an elite Club, have won at least 3 Champions Leagues, maybe even a Derby. Be playing in a shiny new stadium on the Banks of the Royal Blue Mersey  It’s corruption at the highest level and has been ignored to stop the Ev getting into the ‘Sky 6’. 

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3 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

It's the magnets. Like the ones we use in the goalposts.

Mad how we make the opposition goal bigger depending on the half at Anfield. We change it really slow at half time so no-one notices. We also pump mustard gas into the away dressing room just before kick off thats why we often smash teams in the first 20 minutes at home. 

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