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8 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

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Funny thing is 7 of them 15 trophies are pre WW2 and 4 of them since the start of the 1970 season

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27 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

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I only viewed the first bit with the trophy count comparison not realising there was more to your post below that and thought to myself, somewhere on the Internet a blue is looking at those stats and taking the piss out of us for not winning the CWC then I scroll down and there it is. They're nothing if not completely predictable.

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22 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Funny thing is 7 of them 15 trophies are pre WW2 and 4 of them since the start of the 1970 season

Probably the least succesful post war 'big' club in the world.

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2 European Cups

1 League title

1 UEFA cup

2 FA Cups 

1 World Club Cup

3 UEFA Super Cups

3 League Cups

 

Liverpool 13 trophies since 2000

 

Everton 15 trophies since 1878

 

But they have defo got one over us with the Cup Winners Cup. 

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3 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

2 European Cups

1 League title

1 UEFA cup

2 FA Cups 

1 World Club Cup

3 UEFA Super Cups

3 League Cups

 

Liverpool 13 trophies since 2000

 

Everton 15 trophies since 1878

 

But they have defo got one over us with the Cup Winners Cup. 

Too busy winning (European) Cups in May. 

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45 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

Have they blamed the death threats yet for Pickford's howler tonight? 

There wer just a few knobheads on faceless Twitter accounts doing it but the way Evertonians went on about it you'd think it was the scene from Lethal Weapon 2 where someone puts a bomb on Murtaghs bog.

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You can tell the (Carlo) Napoli style is talking effect grab a goal , break up play and hang on for dear life defending it ...I mean short arms will take the flak for the goal but there were 10 Everton players basically blocking his view 

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7 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Master-class from Pickford.

 

https://www.skysports.com/watch/video/12200897/rodriguez-scores-stunner-in-leicester-draw

 

Everything he does in these highlights makes you go "Yeah. That's Jordan fucking Pickford."

The massively over-exaggerated dives, hyperactive flaps and continually making calm down signals when he's franticly all over the place are a real trademark of his.

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38 minutes ago, Mudface said:

The massively over-exaggerated dives, hyperactive flaps and continually making calm down signals when he's franticly all over the place are a real trademark of his.

as is having really short arms

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They are blaming Van Dijk for the Pickford challenge in the Derby now 

 

Van Dyke has previous for studs up tackles that are meant to hurt opposition players. He has executed such tackles on a regular basis and got away with it by the officials. On this occassion he came worst. If you look at where Pickfords leg / shin is in that photo it could have been seriously nasty.
No chance of the media ever doing a frame by frame analysis as it simply does not suit the SKY / PL & media agenda.
That's an ankle breaker potentially by Van Dijk. His foot would have gone across the top of the ball and down and into Pickford's ankle. Pickford possibly sensed as much and adjusted himself for protection. The collision was the result.

It's a case of the biter bitten.
 
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Behave.
I've made many Van Dijk jokes but Pickford would have given away a pen and got sent off if it wasn't for the offside (makes it funnier in my opinion).
Just rewatched it in full. You cannot seriously call Pickfords actions evasive.
At the time though there was barely any fuss on the pitch.
RS media hysteria in full flow started by the usual RS commentators sa soon as was possible.
Anyone who's played football knows that situation Pickford found himself in. You can see the ball in front of you and then you see a pair of studs showing above the top of it. You get out of the way as best you can, even if that means getting both legs off the ground to avoid getting your standing leg or ankle snapped. Pickford;'s momentum then sees him collide with Van Dijk.
 

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55 minutes ago, Mudface said:

The massively over-exaggerated dives, hyperactive flaps and continually making calm down signals when he's franticly all over the place are a real trademark of his.

Ha, I just watched the highlights and came on to say the same thing. He's wild, manic - all over the place. If you were a defender you'd be constantly on edge with him behind you.  

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

They are blaming Van Dijk for the Pickford challenge in the Derby now 

 

Van Dyke has previous for studs up tackles that are meant to hurt opposition players. He has executed such tackles on a regular basis and got away with it by the officials. On this occassion he came worst. If you look at where Pickfords leg / shin is in that photo it could have been seriously nasty.
No chance of the media ever doing a frame by frame analysis as it simply does not suit the SKY / PL & media agenda.
That's an ankle breaker potentially by Van Dijk. His foot would have gone across the top of the ball and down and into Pickford's ankle. Pickford possibly sensed as much and adjusted himself for protection. The collision was the result.

It's a case of the biter bitten.
 
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Behave.
I've made many Van Dijk jokes but Pickford would have given away a pen and got sent off if it wasn't for the offside (makes it funnier in my opinion).
Just rewatched it in full. You cannot seriously call Pickfords actions evasive.
At the time though there was barely any fuss on the pitch.
RS media hysteria in full flow started by the usual RS commentators sa soon as was possible.
Anyone who's played football knows that situation Pickford found himself in. You can see the ball in front of you and then you see a pair of studs showing above the top of it. You get out of the way as best you can, even if that means getting both legs off the ground to avoid getting your standing leg or ankle snapped. Pickford;'s momentum then sees him collide with Van Dijk.
 

They also blame JFK for getting his head in the way of Lee Harvey Oswald's bullet. His own fault.

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30 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

They also blame JFK for getting his head in the way of Lee Harvey Oswald's bullet. His own fault.


Was Oswald a blue?

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So Van Dijk always goes into challenges with his studs up?. He has previous for it?.

 

Why do these pricks just constantly make stuff up?

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13 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

So Van Dijk always goes into challenges with his studs up?. He has previous for it?.

 

Why do these pricks just constantly make stuff up?

Because their reality is a cold harsh dystopia.

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