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You know when you go in to work tomorrow feeling all contented with the world as the Reds have won 2-3 in a really, really difficult place to go?

Nope.

Player sent off lad.

Penalty that wasn't lad.

Madrid won 5 lad. So did City. 

 

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16 minutes ago, Toxteth O'Grady said:

You know when you go in to work tomorrow feeling all contented with the world as the Reds have won 2-3 in a really, really difficult place to go?

Nope.

Player sent off lad.

Penalty that wasn't lad.

Madrid won 5 lad. So did City. 

 

Now we’ve beaten them Atletico have gone from Spanish champions to shit.

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Lot of them not taking tonight’s result well on Twitter even though they never watch us  …Don’t know why they do it to themselves guess it must be some sort of inner sadomasochism 

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3 hours ago, Crazy Dave said:

Hope Mike Ashley takes them over. Once the club is run into the ground he can use BMD for a Sports Direct superstore. 

Imagine the amount of Lonsdale gear.

 

Actually, it'll be the same whether it's an Everton stadium or a Sports Direct shop. 

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Maybe they should stop worry about us? Would be funny as fuck if this happened.

 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is on the list of Newcastle United’s potential targets under their new Saudi Arabian ownership.

 

The Everton striker, 24, is being monitored by several Premier League clubs, including Newcastle, whose new wealth from the Public Investment Fund (PIF) will make them major players in future windows.

 

Calvert-Lewin is highly regarded by the current recruitment team at Newcastle and would be expected to remain a player of interest even with a potential change of technical staff behind the scenes as PIF start their new era at the club.

 

Callum Wilson is the current No 9 but Newcastle will be in the market to support their top scorer this season with attacking reinforcements.

They may face competition for Calvert-Lewin, though, as the Everton striker has been on the radar of many Premier League clubs since making progress under Carlo Ancelotti, earning him a place in the England squad at the European Championship.

 

Arsenal are known to be keen on the former Sheffield United man. Manchester City and Manchester United are also long-term admirers, while there is interest from one major Bundesliga club.

 

His goalscoring record last season was 25 for club and country, with only one was from the penalty spot. He also led the way for goals inside the penalty area. His one-touch finishing was encouraged by Ancelotti, while under Rafa Benitez this season he scored in each of this three games before being hit by toe and thigh injuries.

 

Next summer is expected to be a busy market for strikers with Erling Haaland’s buyout clause activated and the question of Harry Kane's future. And it looks like Calvert-Lewin will be highly sought after too.

Why does Calvert-Lewin fit the bill at Newcastle?

Newcastle may have become one of the wealthiest clubs in the world but they are unlikely to sign the likes of Kylian Mbappe straight away. They are widely reported to want to work within a budget and a player like Calvert-Lewin, while expensive, would be a sensible investment.

At 24, he is yet to peak but has also proven himself as a Premier League goalscorer in the last two seasons. Newcastle fans love a No 9 who can impose himself on defences and there are signs Calvert-Lewin could fill that role.

What is his current fitness status?

He played with a broken toe at the start of the season which limited his training and required injections for matches. His recent thigh injury ruled him out of England duty for the last two international breaks and is likely to see him miss November’s matches. He will get assessed further this week over fears it could be six weeks out.

Will other big clubs move for him?

He has another three seasons left on his Goodison Park contract but an out-and-out No 9 is a rare commodity. Manchester City have yet to find a replacement for Sergio Aguero, while Manchester United will eventually need long-term solutions after signing Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani in the last two summers.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2021/10/20/newcastle-united-keen-sign-everton-striker-dominic-calvert-lewin/?li_source=LI&li_medium=liftigniter-rhr

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1 hour ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

Typical bitter

 

 

Apparently he wasn't watching the game but was out walking the dog. 

 

It's amazing that so many of them don't actually watch our games but then moan about every refereeing decision that goes in our favour and use past examples of refereeing decisions going in our favour whilst claiming never to watch us. 

 

It's weird the way everyone is constantly against them and we seem to get all the refereeing decisions, have the footballing authorities in our pockets, we play teams who roll over for us or lose form before we play them and all our players are on performance enhancing drugs that no tests ever pick up on. 

 

It's just so weird that they have so much bad luck and everything goes in our favour. It must be hard to take when the powers that be deliberately stop you being a massive club and the same powers that be let your nearest neighbours get away with all kinds.

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8 minutes ago, Harry Squatter said:

 

Imagive thinking this was hilarious or you got one over der redshite the day after Liverpool won a sixth European Cup

There weren't any 'red shirted twats' in the video. Not that anyone would give a fuck about the tune at the worst of times, never mind the day after no 6. Would like to see their reaction to YNWA being played though. The street would be running with bile and phlegm.

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12 minutes ago, Harry Squatter said:

 

Imagive thinking this was hilarious or you got one over der redshite the day after Liverpool won a sixth European Cup

My god they're the saddest fanbase around hahaha 

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2 minutes ago, the chimp said:

Buzzing that no one recognises your club's anthem. Everton aren't they.

An empty pub and all 

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1 hour ago, Harry Squatter said:

Apparently he wasn't watching the game but was out walking the dog. 

 

It's amazing that so many of them don't actually watch our games but then moan about every refereeing decision that goes in our favour and use past examples of refereeing decisions going in our favour whilst claiming never to watch us. 

 

It's weird the way everyone is constantly against them and we seem to get all the refereeing decisions, have the footballing authorities in our pockets, we play teams who roll over for us or lose form before we play them and all our players are on performance enhancing drugs that no tests ever pick up on. 

 

It's just so weird that they have so much bad luck and everything goes in our favour. It must be hard to take when the powers that be deliberately stop you being a massive club and the same powers that be let your nearest neighbours get away with all kinds.

Some of them are still bemoaning Clive Thomas.

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2 minutes ago, tokyojoe said:

Some of them are still bemoaning Clive Thomas.

I'm not surprised, they'd have dominated the late '70s but for him.

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1 hour ago, Stickman said:

Blue Nose Bob is pretty much the exception to some of the nasty shite they come out with

 

 

Did he stay in those rooms or did he check them all out for future reference.

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1 hour ago, tokyojoe said:

Some of them are still bemoaning Clive Thomas.

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Sent this to my Bluenose mate for his Birthday With 'hands up if you love the Reds' on it.

He took it in good spirit as he is not a loon like most of them.

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