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  2. 9 points
    I got 1st vaccination in May, 2nd in June. Started getting a bit more confident this summer and spent at night at the sister in-laws last week. Fucking cunts (SIL and her daughter) had symptoms for the week prior but said nothing. Now I have it. Had high temp, fever, weird dreams sweats etc. but that has eased now so just left with a bad flu. My wife is clear so I'm isolating in a room for a week and she is dropping food at the door. She is off to work then and I'm left to my own devices for 10 hours. Tuesday to today were fucking long days. Sport should make the weekend a bit easier and I'm allowed back into the wild on Tuesday. The mother in law who is 72 also has it because of the stupid selfish fuckers. She has underlying conditions but has similar symptoms as me thankfully. The vaccine definitely reduces the damage imo. SIL got tested after and was obviously positive but thinks its a load of shite and is at a party tonight. Muppets. I can fully understand people wanting to return to normality but if you have symptoms, get tested. It's free and takes 20 minutes. And if positive, stay the fuck away from the rest of us. Its not difficult.
  3. 8 points
    Unwritten TLW law - you can’t mention Bellew without posting this gif.
  4. 6 points
  5. 6 points
    You’ve started the thread and then taken all the best ones. I don’t want to play now.
  6. 5 points
    Take heed from Arsenal’s foolishness. Crush them. Let the burghers of Fenland and their sister-wives taste despair where there had once been hope.
  7. 4 points
    Is it not possible to think this bloke was a horrible evil cunt and that he had serious mental health issues?
  8. 3 points
    The new season be'eth upon us, and with it comes a new challenge. Was last season a mere blip caused by a chronic spate of injuries in key positions, or was it the first real sign that this group of players is in need of an overhaul and that the squad needs to be refreshed and evolved? Of course you don't want to rule out the former, but you cannot rule out the possibility of the latter either. To that end, my contributions to the match threads will be a combination of elements that worked brilliantly in the past, plus some new ideas to keep things fresh. With that being said: Intensity. Toughness. Obduracy. Urgency. Graft. Honesty. Talent. Incision. Temerity. Accuracy. Work-rate. Awesomeness. Power. Usefulness. Drive. Determination. Yearning. Tenacity. Audacity. Technique. I don't ask for much. The last time we played at Carrow Road in February 2020, we put in a performance that earned the 3 points, but it was far from our best display. We struggled to open up a Norwich defence that was starting to leak goals regularly. We stuck at it and Sadio bagged the only goal in the second half to keep our tremendous winning run going. The game from yesteryear that is worth a revisit is the 5-3 from February 1980. Just like 40 years later, we would go on to win the league after winning at Carrow Road in February. Kenny and Case scored a goal apiece, and Davie Fairclough bagged himself a hat-trick, but the game is best remembered for Justin Fashanu's brilliant turn and volley from the edge of the area that flew past Clem. It was voted MOTD's goal of the season. The movei atop the box office in February 1980 was John Carpenter's horror/thriller The Fog. I've seen it but can barely remember it, and Carpenter has directed films either side of it that are far better. The quality of his mid-70s to mid-80s run of films is testament to his ability to make hay with small budgets. Visually creative and capable of weaving it into an entertaining story. We need to go into the opening game clear-headed and with the sort of purpose that has characterised the vast majority of the boss' tenure, in order to avoid a horror show. The players have looked very much up-for-it in these recent friendlies, but friendlies are a very different beast to a competitive game that has 3 points at stake. We know we can do the business, but do the business we must do.
  9. 3 points
    It’s true that we have 20x more fans than them.
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  11. 3 points
    0-0 and a fuckload of red cards and injuries please. Fuck them both.
  12. 3 points
    Fuck this horrible, evil cunt. And, honestly, fuck anybody blaming this on mental health or bullying.
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  15. 3 points
    They say an image is worth a 1000 words. Never was that more pertinent than the moment that Alisson pointed to the heavens after scoring the winning goal against West Brom. While the three points claimed in such an improbable and dramatic fashion were a major catalyst in Liverpool’s quest for a top four finish, it meant so much more than that. The goalkeeper was a individual deep in grief after the tragic and sudden loss of his father in his homeland of Brazil in late February. In normal circumstances, Alisson would have immediately headed home to pay his respects, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world that was not a feasible option. Finally in June, the 28 year-old headed home and he did so in the knowledge that he is just one person going through this tragic part of life. The Mirror reported Alisson as saying: “It was really, really difficult. But I know I am not alone in this kind of feeling. “I believe a lot of people are going through the same thing because of the situation of the world. I have many friends who lost their friends or their grandparents because of the Covid.” While being an exceptionally difficult moment to come to deal with, The Brazilian was exceptionally grateful to grieve with his loved ones. “Being there seeing my mother, seeing my brother, seeing my grandmother, everybody. It was an emotional moment of course, but it was good. It was a relief for my soul, for my mind. “It was really needed from my side and my family’s side. I went to my farm where me and my father spent a lot of time together. It was emotional but it was good for me. It was not something bad you know. “I will always miss my father. I will always miss the moments we had together as a family. He was always there. It was two years since I went to my hometown, a long, long time. It was good to be there, to see how my family is in this and they help each other.” The deeply spiritual Brazilian says that he knows that there is someone looking after him and giving him strength to fill his role for the club he loves. And he is forever grateful for the support of his teammates, coaches and supporters. “I really feel that God is giving me the power, the strength to keep on going with everything. “The love of the club – and the football community – is something I will never forget. It was kind of a surprise - in a good way - to me to see how many people were feeling something about me, about this moment. “My family, we felt really loved by everyone. It gives you a warm hug in that moment…." The custodian has repaid the faith of the club in spades when they signed him from Roma in July 2018 for a then record of £65 million which was surpassed a few weeks later by Kepa Arrizabalaga at Chelsea. In this off-season, Alisson signed a new six-year deal in a clear sign that Liverpool is the place that he wants to remain in his prime years. “I didn’t want to go anywhere else. Neither me nor my family. The trust I have in this club to be fighting for big things and I want to help my teammates in this club to push for those goals, to keep on going and winning things, winning titles." And speaking about ‘that iconic moment’, Alisson said he was asked about it wherever he went in his homeland, even by his esteemed footballing contemporaries. “In Brazil, everyone I spoke to… within two minutes they were always mentioning the goal! It was something amazing, even more special because we qualified for the Champions League for this season. “Yes, even Neymar spoke about it. Everybody! They were all so excited about it! I played in training at the Copa America up front. We had a session when we were just having fun. “So I went up front and I scored some goals! For me, it wasn’t a surprise! But it was nice to hear what people thought about it.” View full article
  16. 3 points
    “Now this looks like a job for me So everybody, just fuck Chuck D 'Cause we need a little more empathy 'So get your shots of the Big V”
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  18. 3 points
    Nah, simply an evil and twisted sick cunt killing a 3 year old girl.
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  20. 2 points
    Up until today I'd have Schmeichel as the best ever, certainly the best I've ever seen but Southall isn't just Evertons best ever player but he could have played for any side in the world. Wonderful human being as well.
  21. 2 points
    Exactly. They seem to have learned nothing from last season. Wide open, constantly turning the ball over. Look good going forward, but if you play man-for-man against opponents who are better than you throughout the team, you’re going to come unstuck most of the time
  22. 2 points
    Weird how they think they're the only fans to go the game what kind of weird mental block is that. Turn the TV on when Liverpool play its a full stadium unlike Everton who gave half season tickets away with mobile contracts. "We go the game" then Everton must have the smallest fan base in the league because if you can all fit in and still not fill that wooden cow shed you need a fan recruitment drive. "All from Norway" which is bollocks but even if it was true so what Everton fans where ripping their dicks off because of Rodriguez instagram numbers. They dont want to be big but are outraged when they're not classed as such they do it the right way but then completely corrupt uncle uzzy comes along and it's throw the cash around and FFP is an outrage. Demented.
  23. 2 points
    @Dr Nowt @Jairzinho @KMD7 @Jose Jones
  24. 2 points
    A goal a season for a £75m signing isn't enough. Don't know if it's timidity, or training, but the numbers need to go up, or we have to look at letting him go, in my view.
  25. 2 points