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*Shakes head* Everton again.


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1 hour ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

He comes across as a young Speedo Mick: basically decent, full of energy and seriously underdressed.

 

Saw a video with him being really sound with some kids outside the match. 

 

Matter of time before he gets hounded as a nonce or a "bad" somethingorother or for showcasing Kopite Behaviour.

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I'm not sure whether it's Twitter just showing me more, but it feels like they really went off the deep end after we won at the weekend. Just losing their shit about a Sky Sports image about our title charge.

 

"Cartel" this, "the other 14" that. And all stated as if it's fact and that everyone else is a deluded lunatic for thinking otherwise. Absolutely fucking deranged.

 

What are Sky gonna do? Make a fucking song and dance about their latest exciting bid to finish above fucking 17th.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Anubis said:

The bastards are attacking the Liver Building with lasers. 

 

I don't think the PL are housed in the Liver Building, are they?

 

They've spent years telling us that Moshiri came in slapped his money on the table and bought the Liver Building from under us as a show of strength.

 

Sounds like a blue on blue laser attack.

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3 hours ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

The punishment wasn't enough. The where near enough and it should of happened last season putting them in the championship. 

 

I was reading a Super League article in The Guardian the other day, and Javier Tebas who is the top man running La Liga made this very point. I bet he’s been added to their list of enemies.

 

He is speaking in the week Everton, for the second time, and Nottingham Forest were charged with breaching the Premier League’s FFP regulations. The retrospective punishments imposed in England differ from the strict pre-emptive FFP controls implemented in Spain’s top flight. “Our system works,” he says. “What’s happening in England is what we’ve been saying at La Liga for many years. The Premier League was running at a financial loss and was unsustainable. That’s why all the sanctioning procedures are coming out now.”
 

Is it time for English football to take Spain’s lesson? “That’s a question you can ask Leicester City, who would have stayed up if Everton had 10 points taken away last season. It’s why you need to do these controls in real time, because it avoids those injustices. You need to win on the pitch with sporting and economic rules.”
 

 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:


Because Liverpool are top of the league so the leagues corrupt and if we win it should be an asterix title etc 

They've already applied caveats and exceptions to the title we won in 2020, how Gauling it would be to have an Asterix on another.

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2 hours ago, Vincent Vega said:

I was reading a Super League article in The Guardian the other day, and Javier Tebas who is the top man running La Liga made this very point. I bet he’s been added to their list of enemies.

 

He is speaking in the week Everton, for the second time, and Nottingham Forest were charged with breaching the Premier League’s FFP regulations. The retrospective punishments imposed in England differ from the strict pre-emptive FFP controls implemented in Spain’s top flight. “Our system works,” he says. “What’s happening in England is what we’ve been saying at La Liga for many years. The Premier League was running at a financial loss and was unsustainable. That’s why all the sanctioning procedures are coming out now.”
 

Is it time for English football to take Spain’s lesson? “That’s a question you can ask Leicester City, who would have stayed up if Everton had 10 points taken away last season. It’s why you need to do these controls in real time, because it avoids those injustices. You need to win on the pitch with sporting and economic rules.”
 

 

While this may be true,a league that has allowed Real Madrid to be run as it is for decades is hardly a morally strong argument. 

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If Liverpool won the league by winning every game 5-0 and all the players were free transfers or academy graduates Evertonians would say tye league is corrupt, shite or sky fixed it. They'd also make up some blag that all the players cost millions and we paid them millions a week through some cayman islands accounts. And it's not fair that they finished 17th again.

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