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4 minutes ago, DalyanPete said:

A while back he was explaining how uzy launders his money based on a Netflix show he watched.

Grade A gobshite

Have you been impacted by that earthquake at all fella? 

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My grandmother had the 1st RC CofE joint service for her funeral in Liverpool. I went to RC and CoE schools in the area. Sectarianism has not exisisted on any large scale for a long time thankfully, for either club and I am proud to say our area is one of the most supportive of chucking out hate groups like those idiots who tried to arch here a couple of years ago.

 

The whole Everton is RC and LFC is CofE is garbage too, I won't go in to details because I have previously. If blues do indeed know their history they would realise they were founded my Methodists anyway St Domingos was methodist. Surely if we are all Orange because of the founder, they should all be methodist and...

 

Actually Chapel was named after St Domingos House which was build by West Indian trader in sugar/ slaves and former mayor of liverpool George Campbell. So following the "logic" I hate to think what that would make him, apart from Bagshot crazy. Maybe they should bring back their old favorite of "Everton is White" they used to sing.

 

Edit: I actually hate seeing this sort of stuff trying to divide the area and clubs to neatly fit adgendas.

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Have you been impacted by that earthquake at all fella? 

Only slightly mate, music stand started rocking, then my head and body! 400 km away from me, that's a lot of mountains and terrain to move.

So obviously nothing like those close to it. Thanks for asking.

It's scary and exciting at the same time.

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2 minutes ago, i5x said:

My grandmother had the 1st RC CofE joint service for her funeral in Liverpool. I went to RC and CoE schools in the area. Sectarianism has not exisisted on any large scale for a long time. The whole Everton is RC and LFC is CofE is garbage too, I won't go in to details because I have previously. If blues do indeed know their history they would realise they were founded my Methodists anyway St Domingos was methodist. Surely if we are all Orange because of the founder, they should all be methodist...

 

Actually Chapel was named after St Domingos House which was build by West Indian trader in sugar/ slaves and former mayor of liverpool George Campbell. So following the "logic" I hate to think what that would make him. Maybe they should bring back their old favorite of "Everton is White" they used to sing.

Amen to that brother

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Fucking. Hells. Bells. Read this thread 

 

 

 

 

Obviously so many things to pick apart, but the most Evertonian thing sticking out here is expecting reds would know what school Pickford went to, because they know that level of detail about our players. 

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22 minutes ago, i5x said:

My grandmother had the 1st RC CofE joint service for her funeral in Liverpool. I went to RC and CoE schools in the area. Sectarianism has not exisisted on any large scale for a long time thankfully, for either club and I am proud to say our area is one of the most supportive of chucking out hate groups like those idiots who tried to arch here a couple of years ago.

 

The whole Everton is RC and LFC is CofE is garbage too, I won't go in to details because I have previously. If blues do indeed know their history they would realise they were founded my Methodists anyway St Domingos was methodist. Surely if we are all Orange because of the founder, they should all be methodist and...

 

Actually Chapel was named after St Domingos House which was build by West Indian trader in sugar/ slaves and former mayor of liverpool George Campbell. So following the "logic" I hate to think what that would make him, apart from Bagshot crazy. Maybe they should bring back their old favorite of "Everton is White" they used to sing.

 

Edit: I actually hate seeing this sort of stuff trying to divide the area and clubs to neatly fit adgendas.

Gotta love auto correct and dyslexia combo

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14 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Obviously so many things to pick apart, but the most Evertonian thing sticking out here is expecting reds would know what school Pickford went to, because they know that level of detail about our players. 

Ha ha, exactly that

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35 minutes ago, DalyanPete said:

Only slightly mate, music stand started rocking, then my head and body! 400 km away from me, that's a lot of mountains and terrain to move.

So obviously nothing like those close to it. Thanks for asking.

It's scary and exciting at the same time.

Haha bloody hell mate. 

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My grandad was born before WW1, and my dad and his brothers all in the1930's. Every one of them was a massive red and the whole family was the staunchest catholics you could ever meet. There is absolutely no way on this earth they would have been Liverpol fans if they were the Protestant team in the city. 

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These death threats are only a shame in the sense that nobodies actually followed up on them yet.

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Fucking. Hells. Bells. Read this thread 

 

 

 

 

Im fucking sick to death of this cunt (not you Bjornebye!) spouting inaccurate and made up shite about Liverpool FC and catholics. This cunt raises this every so often because he believes if you repeat the lie often enough, it becomes the truth.

 

The sad fact is, loads swallow it and even some of our younger fans might well believe it.

 

How do you report such filth on twatter? The cunt is spreading his lies and gets a free run every fucking time.

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6 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Im fucking sick to death of this cunt (not you Bjornebye!) spouting inaccurate and made up shite about Liverpool FC and catholics. This cunt raises this every so often because he believes if you repeat the lie often enough, it becomes the truth.

 

The sad fact is, loads swallow it and even some of our younger fans might well believe it.

 

How do you report such filth on twatter? The cunt is spreading his lies and gets a free run every fucking time.


 

Most of them hang on his every word on GOT. The amount of lies and half truths that are taken as fact among these cunts and he’s one of the worse for it. Guarantee to some young impressionable bitter twat is reading that and telling his mates about it, years down the line it’ll be taken as fact. I fucking despise the cunts. 

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I always thought that part of the reason we had such a large Irish following was because we were seen as a Catholic club? 

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7 minutes ago, Remmie said:

I always thought that part of the reason we had such a large Irish following was because we were seen as a Catholic club? 

I think historically we were seen as the Protestant club and them Catholic but with such a large Irish/Catholic community in the city I think its bollocks to suggest either is more or not. 

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To be fair I had heard that from a Man United fan who reckoned they were also a Catholic club. To be honest the idea of associating religion with football leaves me utterly cold anyway. 

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My auntie had pubs in Everton for years and every home game she opened as soon as the Irish got off the boats, breakfast and booze. Liverpool and Everton, North and South. Probably Catholic and Protestant. Never no trouble. But I have a pretty mad family.

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My grandad reckoned Jimmy Melia lost his place in the team in 1964 because he was Catholic, but Smith, Callaghan and Lawler from that team were Catholic boys. In all my time at Anfield I can't ever remember any sectarianism from the crowd, even in the early 60s when sectarianism was still rife in the city. My brother did get thumped in the Boy's Pen for wearing his (Catholic) school scarf but only because the colours, purple and grey, were mistaken for Burnley's colours, who were beating us that day.

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On 29/10/2020 at 00:20, Anubis said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WrigleyToffee eh. So I assume he's a Chicago blue championing the following of the Everton fan base? The main Liverpool bar in Chicago is run by an expat scouser who is a blue. Hes had it for years (I reckon I must have 1st gone there account 2002/3 andnhebhad it then) and it's not very far from wrigleyville. He let it become a Liverpool base and his bar has loads of LFC memorabilia because as he put it to me "you got to go with the money". Some other teams use the same bar as a base (west ham, man city & Everton, maybe a couple of others) and they have bits up. The only reason you'd know anything about Everton is the landlords own stuff behind the bar in his "side" bar not the main bar. I've watched a few blue games there and there's never more than about 5 or 6 blues in there. They've definitely got the smallest base of any side in that bar and it's their home. Liverpool fill the place (probably a couple of hundred before covid) and it's not their only home in the city. 

4 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Fucking. Hells. Bells. Read this thread 

 

 

 

 

He's fucking mental that fella. Honestly, what type of cunt knows which school their players went to unless they're a local lad and it's part of their over played backstory? 

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