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1 hour ago, TheDrowningMan said:

I must admit that I felt some mild concern about them potentially ‘doing a Leicester’ given a good start and lack of European football, but then I remembered that Leicester won the title with 81 points and that if this team of ours falls that far in the space of a single season, something worse than simply not winning the title will have gone wrong.

You’re either a WUM or else in need of some serious help, you’re off the charts mate.

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1 hour ago, TheDrowningMan said:

I must admit that I felt some mild concern about them potentially ‘doing a Leicester’ given a good start and lack of European football, but then I remembered that Leicester won the title with 81 points and that if this team of ours falls that far in the space of a single season, something worse than simply not winning the title will have gone wrong.

What combination of bad drugs and strong cheese at bedtime could make a person fear stuff that isn't going to happen in any one of the infinite number of universes?

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41 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

What combination of bad drugs and strong cheese at bedtime could make a person fear stuff that isn't going to happen in any one of the infinite number of universes?

Is it universes or universii. Either way you're right. Even in the infinitesimal number of multiverses or multiversii, with that defence and little arms in goal, they'll struggle to get past 6th

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This is trending for some reason. 

 

 

It's catchy. It reminds me of an old Radio City advert for Runcorn Shopping City.

"Come and join in the fun. You've gotta shop, shop in Shoppo."

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Like I posted last night(?) they are on a winning streak mainly because of the teams they have played and are scheduled to play in the League. The opening day win at spurs was good on the face of it but spurs havent pulled up trees so far. They played west brom, a promoted team with 10 men for over 45 minutes. The 10 men even managed to equalise in that game.

 

Apart from spurs ourselves and the mancs, they arent scheduled to play any team that finished higher than 11th last season in their opening 12 games.

 

Winning will give them confidence and they may be able to sustain it for half the season given their early fixtures. But over 38?

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15 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

This is trending for some reason. 

 

 

It's catchy. It reminds me of an old Radio City advert for Runcorn Shopping City.

"Come and join in the fun. You've gotta shop, shop in Shoppo."

From the comments-

 

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1 hour ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

This is trending for some reason. 

 

 

It's catchy. It reminds me of an old Radio City advert for Runcorn Shopping City.

"Come and join in the fun. You've gotta shop, shop in Shoppo."

I think there was a concerted effort by the blues to make the most of their short spell at the top.

 

Getting this to the top of the Itunes chart and also a whip round for a city centre mural. They seem to think the power shift is back on again and this seems part of an effort to remind the world who they are again

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My head's fallen off.

 

As of tonight, Liverpool are probably 80-83 points short of where we want to be by the end of the season.  Everton are only 48-51 points short of their target. 

 

Mind the gap.

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

This is trending for some reason. 

 

 

It's catchy. It reminds me of an old Radio City advert for Runcorn Shopping City.

"Come and join in the fun. You've gotta shop, shop in Shoppo."

 

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I was going to use the old analogy about Everton being top of the league. You know the one, its like an elephant in a tree. You havent a clue how it got there but you can be pretty sure it wont be there long. Ah well, never mind.

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3 minutes ago, A Red said:

I was going to use the old analogy about Everton being top of the league. You know the one, its like an elephant in a tree. You havent a clue how it got there but you can be pretty sure it wont be there long. Ah well, never mind.

Fuck me how slow is the internet in the west country? 

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4 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Fuck me how slow is the internet in the west country? 

Leave him alone you cunt.

 

It’s Harvest time. He's busy bailing, and listening to the Wurzels

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Fuck me it's a sewer fest in GOT tonight.  We're everything from roid heads to racist murderers while Klopp is a gurning cunt and they're going to do us in October.  Its not healthy for them. 

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Just now, KMD7 said:

Fuck me it's a sewer fest in GOT tonight.  We're everything from roid heads to racist murderers while Klopp is a gurning cunt and they're going to do us in October.  Its not healthy for them. 

Post some of the twats moaning so I can get angry then laugh 

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Their galacticos have lorded it over us for so long now, that any potential shift to us in the balance of power on Merseyside will naturally cause them disquiet.

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