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  1. 23 points
  2. 20 points
    I had a couple of friends over from Rotterdam for the game over the weekend. We got in a black cab at Lime St and started chatting, the driver hears them and says "Are you Norwegian?" "No...Dutch" "When Liverpool play at home we get loads of fares day before the game, day of the game, day after....never happens with Everton games, we dont get any travellers.....its just people from the City going to the game" "its not just that nobody cares about you then?" The fuuuuuuuume was wondrous.
  3. 17 points
    “now let's say we get a few of the players we have been linked with in - the likes of Strootman (20m), Witsel (25m) and we go for Butland (30m) and VVD (30m), we buy Milik or Janssen for 15m thats 120m spent, and probably looking at around 500k in wages (again a generous estimate) leaves the club with 90m and 500k in wages still burning a hole in our lovely Iranians pocket, but no statement signing, just some very good ones that will make the team very competitive, say we then blow a 30m bid on Perisic (current flavour of the month after his Euro exploits and also a position we depserately need sorting) and we give him parity with rom on wages - so another 140k and 30m gone we are then left with a 60m and 360 pw situation, to go out their and target a 'statement' signing for the club to propel us into the spotlight, go throw that at Madrid, offer them their asking price for James Rodriguez and see what they actually say when we slap the money on the table, and see what his agent says when we offer to double his current 110k pw wages.  Honestly it sounds mental even typing this out, but money talks in football, and if we are serious in making a statement then we couldn't make a bigger on than this"
  4. 17 points
    I’ve been round Asda twice now - noting which food and non food items they have on offer. I’ve spoken to the manager of the store and he said he’s happy for me to buy a certain amount of produce, and I’ve checked with the missus to make sure said items will fit in the cupboards. She said they will so I consider that a key milestone to enable me to move forward. I just have to look down the back of the sofa to see if I can find any money to buy something. If I can’t find the money, I’ll make an appointment in Asda again, this time next year, and see what’s what.
  5. 17 points
    Looks like we destroyed their coach after all.
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  7. 16 points
    They got crazy money for Fellaini, Stones, Lukaku and hahaha shite money for Barkley. They don't really have anyone like that to sell now. Richarlson throws himself to the floor and that's about it, nobody is tearing it up there and that's why they're doing so badly. Those sales they had and the hundreds of millions in er..... 'loans' from their ever so wealthy tax evading owner mean't they could splash the cash. The problem as we all now know is that they splashed it on utter shite. Oh and manager and staff pay offs, lots of that. They have had a pretty easy start to this season, compared to the horrific start (and Europa Fixtures) that Koeman faced and aren't doing that much better. They'll beat Norwich but after that points will be hard to come by and if those terrible teams below them can rustle up a few points next month they could be easily in the relegation places by the time Man City wipe the floor with them in January. In fact it wouldn't surprise me if Silva is sacked before Christmas. They need a new stadium, not some crazy vanity project but a fit for purpose stadium that won't cost a lot but can generate extra income from better facilities. They need serious money spent on their squad and a better manager. Unfortunately for them, they can't afford any of that. Their entire plan as fans is a basically to win the lottery, they thought they had done that when their new investor owner turned up. Once they realised that he wasn't it they started on their delusion that Uncle Usmanov was pulling the strings and would suddenly appear like Gazza, with Mourinho and a few billion pounds under his arms. BMD isn't happening, there is no lottery win, there are no world class managers looking to turn a penniless sleeping minnow into a giant. They sing about history but they just don't have any. Nobody cares about them, they would not even be on a radar if it wasn't for their location next to us. We are the most famous thing about them. Year after year young kids will turn to supporting us, already I know bitters who's kids have abandoned them to support us. This is after having dragged them to the Wooden shack to boo and curse anyone that doesn't meet their lofty expectations, the ones that aren't launched at the opposition generally run away as soon as they can. January could be interesting, who they appoint to replace Silva and who they have to sell to buy and pay the bills.
  8. 15 points
    Absolutely pathetic if true. Do the club really think we can compete with Man City by buying Scottish footballers from clubs outside the top six?
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  10. 14 points
    I remember for my sins being dead excited about the hicks and Gillette design on Stanley park, I thought we had to move to move forward and catch up with the other clubs and not to mention the unique design was something I thought much better than the old parry bowl designs which had been mooted before. FSG have completely made the right decisions with regards to the stadium and staying at anfield was exactly what we needed it’s our home and it’s too significant to have given it up. Hopefully this gets the go ahead more of us can enjoy the Barcelona like nights.
  11. 14 points
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  12. 14 points
    Us and the bitters do have some things in common... For example neither of us have beaten a team above us this season.
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  15. 13 points
    @scudger99 @TheHowieLama This one?
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  18. 13 points
    I don’t want to claim the credit but I’m wearing my red jumper I wore to the Leicester game!!
  19. 12 points
    I think it's a fucking brilliant manifesto. It IS radical compared with 9 years of standstill in public investment, and the previous New Labour watered-down socialism, and the abyss of Major and Thatcher. I don't care what it costs. I have a finite amount of money already, you can't take any more from me than you currently do, because I'll have to owe you. Id rather you took my money and used to it to build a caring society, so that if I DO have money problems, you can help me get back on my feet, get a job with a decent wage, and afford something as basic as a house to stash my guns and war medals in.
  20. 12 points
    I have been privileged to watch many great Liverpool sides over my years of support & the present side are certainly in the argument for greatest ever , but on reflection I would probably plump for the Hodgson side of Winter 2010.
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  22. 11 points
    I’m told the new manager will be allowed to bring in a couple of older players he’s worked with, most likely Zlatan and Matic. I guess you could call them the Justified Ancients Of Mou Mou.
  23. 11 points
    To be fair to Pep, if I was on cheat mode on football manager spending a billion pound in 3 seasons and I was getting my arse handed to me by a manager that had a net spend of 70m in the same period i'd be pretty pissed off too. A manager that has also been to successive champions League finals, winning one and beating me on the way to the first when that's my prime goal. Losing when you're cheating hurts. Makes you feel even more of a worthless fraud.
  24. 11 points
    It's weird when the Mancs used to get last minute winners and Ferguson used to bully refs and have them struck off if he didnt like them, Abramovich pouring millions of his own wealth gained from Russian national resources into Chelsea to distort the transfer market, and then Man City, funded by an oil state who get around FFP by creative accounting Evertonians didnt think the game was corrupt. But now Liverpool without spending as much as their own tin pot club are top the whole game is bent and needs fucking off. Just sounds like sour grapes to me.
  25. 10 points
    It's galling when you realise that the US are impeaching their president for colluding with a foreign power, and here we are, with a government working with Russia, and we're told to fuck off and stop being poor, it's our fault, and we should be proud to have our children fingered by the Royal family. These bastards are ripping the piss out of us. Michael Gove should be dragged behind a horse through Whitechapel. If someone bagged up his remains I'd pay for a bag of them, and I'd take it to a witchdoctor to curse his family forever.



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