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1 minute ago, 3 Stacks said:

Suarez was easily as bad, if not worse than Richarlison in the being a cunt department.

Nope.

Of all the many cuntish things Richarlison does, how many did Suarez do?

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2 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Most of them, and more.

Diving - Nowhere near as often

Fanning bitterness against a far, far better club - Never 

Being shit at football - Never 

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5 minutes ago, Josef Svejk said:

3 Stacks doesn't love Suarez?

 

A single member of this forum doesn't love Suarez?

Chris doesn't!  He thinks he's the reincarnation of Enoch Powell and Josef Mengele.

 

Shithousery and being a cunt on the pitch only works if you're a great, great player.   Richarlason is shit, shit player.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Will never ever understand the Suarez dick-riders. And that's actually a fair way to characterize it. You can't tell these people anything. 

You never being able to understand something is certainly a fair way to characterise it. For sure.

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3 hours ago, Reckoner said:

I can see their point, gambling is everywhere in the game. Still, funny though. 
As for Richy lad winding up the vermin, it’s a wonderful image.

I agree but it's their hypocrisy that leaves them open to ridicule. Constanly getting on their high horse over everything and moaning about everything then they do the same or worse.

 

They made a massive deal over binning their last gambling sponsorship deal saying it was for the welfare of their fans etc and they were the moral guardians of the game taking gambling addiction seriously. Then once they are in the shit financially it is all forgotten about.

 

It's OK having morals when you've got money, it's when you are desperate you see the true test of those beliefs and whether it's all show.

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17 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Will never ever understand the Suarez dick-riders. And that's actually a fair way to characterize it. You can't tell these people anything. 

He tried to engineer a move to Arsenal for fucks sake. Fucking Arsenal. He’s not exactly Kenny Dalglish is he. Brilliant footballer, but the thing about “He’s a cunt but he’s our cunt” is that when he ceases to be “our cunt” he’s just a cunt.

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Getting back to Everton, Kenyon is supposedly fronting a US buy-out which would effectively write off their debt.   

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1 hour ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

Nope.

Of all the many cuntish things Richarlison does, how many did Suarez do?

 

Actually quite a few (the diving, complaining, the feigning injury, the rushes of blood, the trolling) and then some. A little of the ol' racism and cannibalism. 

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1 hour ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Shithousery and being a cunt on the pitch only works if you're a great, great player.  

 

Which is why Suarez was one of the very, very, very best at it.

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The shite for sale?

 

Former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon is fronting a consortium who have entered talks to try to buy Everton.

Kenyon is part of a group that includes chief executive of Minneapolis-based Talon Real Estate Maciek Kaminski and American businessman John Thornton, and is being advised by investment specialist Michael Klein, along with the US law firm Weil, Gotshal and Manges.

 

It is understood heads of terms have been signed although talks are described as being at a “relatively early stage”, with owner Farhad Moshiri believed to value Everton in excess of £500million, taking into account the club’s debt.

 

The consortium may want guarantees that Everton will not face a points deduction or heavy fine over Financial Fair Play issues before entering into a legally-binding agreement, but the club have always insisted they have not broken regulations.

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Kenyon has been advising clubs and prospective owners for a number of years from his base in Jersey. His company Opto Advisers have been involved with the transformative takeovers of Paris Saint-Germain and Wolverhampton Wanderers. He has worked with Atletico Madrid and Middlesbrough, and was involved in a bid to buy Newcastle United.

 

Klein, who, like Kaminski, has been approached for comment, was an adviser to the Sir Martin Broughton-fronted bid to buy Chelsea. The group made the final shortlist, but missed out to the Todd Boehly-led consortium.

 

Thornton is the executive chairman of Barrick Gold, one of the world’s largest mining companies with a net worth of £31billion, and non-executive chairman of PineBridge Investments, having stepped down as co-president of Goldman Sachs in 2003.

 

From their time together at Chelsea, Kenyon already knows Everton head coach Frank Lampard well, having negotiated contracts with the former midfielder and it is expected the 43-year-old would receive the consortium’s support if a takeover was completed.

 

Everton have not commented on the talks, but any takeover may not be good news for chairman Bill Kenwright. The 76-year-old has held his position since 1989, but has become the target of criticism from Everton fans and Moshiri last week apologised to supporters for mistakes in a season in which the club narrowly escaped relegation from the Premier League.

 

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Everton and Moshiri were forced to sever all business links with Alisher Usmanov after he was sanctioned by the Government following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. 

 

The club’s multiple sponsorship ties with companies associated with the Uzbekistan-born billionaire were terminated and last week a new club record front-of-shirt sponsorship with casino and sports betting company Stake.com was announced, which provoked fresh scrutiny.

'It has not been good enough and we need to do better'

Moshiri, who has overseen spending over £500m since his arrival at Everton in 2016, wrote an open letter to supporters that read: “It has not been good enough and we need to do better. Mistakes have been made and for that I want to apologise to all of you."

 

The British-Iranian businessman also reaffirmed his commitment to deliver a "fully funded" new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock, which is currently under construction, while pledging to not make the same mistakes in the transfer market that led to the club posting combined losses of £372m over three seasons.

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“The stadium alone will not help us achieve our objectives and we are committed to not making the same mistakes again - including how we have not always spent significant amounts of money wisely,” he said.

“You have given us incredible support that helped us over the line when we most needed it, and we must repay that support and show that lessons have been learned.”

 

Regardless of a proposed takeover, Lampard is hoping to sign as many as five new players this summer. James Tarkowski has agreed a free transfer move after his Burnley contract expired and there is interest in Chelsea midfielders Conor Gallagher and Billy Gilmour, as well as Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Winks.

 

Spurs are prepared to offer Winks and Lucas Moura as part of an offer to sign Richarlison, who Everton value at well over £50m.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2022/06/13/peter-kenyon-fronting-consortium-try-buy-everton/

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46 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

You never being able to understand something is certainly a fair way to characterise it. For sure.

I don't understand why people would feel love for Suarez, but I definitely understand the thought process.

 

The Liverpool Suarez thing is a bit like the sportswashing clubs. City's owners are obviously cunts, but the vast majority of their fans don't care because they're "great owners" in that they can create a successful team. Similarly, Suarez was so obviously a cunt, but the vast majority of our fans didn't care because he was a great player. 

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"Worth 51 billion lad yer heads fell off the power shift is on" 

 

 

That's gonna be boring for the next few months. 

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8 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I don't understand why people would feel love for Suarez.

Then you don't understand what makes football fans emotionally invested in their team.

 

Suarez was the very definition of what every fan imagines they would want to be.

 

Totally committed, consistently outrageous, and an absolute goal / assist machine.

 

The fact he was so flawed made him even more relatable. He knew how to stick it to the opposition, and wind up our most bitterest rivals, time and time again.

 

And he matched this bravado with timeless goals, jaw-dropping skills, and a relentless drive to win.

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6 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I don't understand why people would feel love for Suarez, but I definitely understand the thought process.

 

The Liverpool Suarez thing is a bit like the sportswashing clubs. City's owners are obviously cunts, but the vast majority of their fans don't care because they're "great owners" in that they can create a successful team. Similarly, Suarez was so obviously a cunt, but the vast majority of our fans didn't care because he was a great player. 

Well known for his murderous and genocidal activities, without doubt. And - on a rather less serious note - his waste of national wealth.

 

Worse than Hitler, really. 

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