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Showing content with the highest reputation on 09/05/21 in Posts

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    The 'good guys?' Haha! Insert the words into the 1980s Everton chants 'Trigger trigger trigger,shoot that a) buffalo? b) lion? or c) dark skinned gentleman(perjorative term.) Or Everton are a)multicultural or b) white?
  3. 2 points
    I want to like Starmer. I want Labour to be a party I can vote for. There must be millions like me
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    I should be pleased and I am but Im also feeling underwhelmed. On that performance I will be surprised and delighted if we win 4 of our last 5 and even then, Im not sure that would be enough. Nat Phillips MoTM for me. I know Alli made some good saves but he also made some pretty poor kicks and was more than fortunate Southampton didnt capitalise on it like city did. We look a shadow of the team that steam rollered its was to the title last season. We look to be running on fumes for the last 15 to 20 minutes of games. Too many players just arent at the height they were. Alli, Trent, Robbo, Sadio, Mo, Bobby were the core of that side. Sure, losing Hendo, Virgil and Matip is going to hurt any side but I just said to Bobby fuck off when within minutes of coming on, he tried a backheel to no one when in a tight spot and needlessly gave away possession. Carragher said Trent had a good game. Really? I thought his crossing was poor. Again. Mo wanted too many touches. Nothing was coming off for Jota. We could do without our players going to the Euros or any other international games in the summer. They need to put their feet up and rest. That 2ndhalf was worse than the first. We just seemed to needlessly invite Southampton onto us. That fine if we're on blob but I was just waiting forthe inevitable cock up to come along. Sure enough it did but fortunately Southampton couldnt capitalise. Thank goodness Danny was not available for them. Mancs up next, is it? Fingers crossed.
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    Keeps me off the EU thread. Anyway I've convinced everyone on here they were wrong to support them fuckers from the EU, My work is done over there. I've got loads and loads of PMs saying 'Gnash you were right all along" the only one who can't see sense is that Angry of Tue fella, like a Japanese fighter on an island in the war that fella.
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    Nailled it Dave and I'll stand shoulder to shoulder with you in Tribal Valley. Any of our fans talking about solidarity with united fans need to give their heads a wobble. Have they not been to Anfield never mind old trafford when we play these cunts? Always the victim Murderers Shankly 81 Feed the scousers Build a bonfire Sign on Really? And they sing some of that shit when they arent even playing us. Fucking wake up. The enemy of my enemy is not your friend. They're fucking mancs. Simple as.
  7. 2 points
    Paying the rent might have just been the best bet
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    I think Saunders has got a bit of quit in him. Can easily see a situation where he basically gives up after taking some heavy punishment upstairs.
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    One of my fondest memories is listening to this with my Mum or grandparents when I was a kid- Brilliant stuff.
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    Such a disappointing season and seeing that Trophy with the red ribbons around it knowing it should have been so much different with us being top at Christmas but complete incompetence and lack of vision by the club is heart wrenching as we are about to lose our title. We've had bad seasons in the past yes but this one was totally self inflicted and completely avoidable.
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    It could also be argued, I certainly would, that the break between the traditional working class and Labour was accelerated under Blair and his government. Whilst it is all well and good talking about the things they did, if people on the coal face are not feeling it then it is irrelevant. A lot of people, rightly or wrongly, felt that despite 13 years of Labour in power not much had changed for them on a day to day basis. I was still getting this on the doorstep in 2019. Vote Labour because we will help, look what the Tories have done over the last 9 years. Labour did nothing in power so may as well give the Tories a go (red wall constituencies'). Same with Brexit vote, people who have nothing being called out about free movement and holidays. Again their life had not improved in 20 odd years, so the easy blame was immigrants. No houses being build, housing shortage is because of immigrants. Wages stagnated, cheap labour coming in. Labour had been in power and peoples wages stagnated, maybe if they had stronger unions it could have helped, but obviously we couldn't/wouldn't overturn the anti union laws that had been brought in. Labour wanted to create a nation of home owners, so why would Labour build social housing ? Under Blair Labour was no longer seen as the pro union, pro working class party. I understand this is an over simplified post but Labour gave the impression of turning its back/taking for granted its core support, and shock horror its core support turned to something different.
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    Just reading about the guy from Hartlepool who called LBC today and explained why he voted Tory. He said they have 9 food banks in Hartlepool which the Tories introduced. He relies on them but Labour want to get rid of them, so he voted Tory. Fuck my life.
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    I don't think it's even that. He's just a fucking lickspittle (very apt description judging by his behaviour in his car) who is terrified of being thrown head first off the gravy train. He and that manc ferret absolutely epitomise self serving like its an Olympic sport.
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    Fuck 'em all. Massive, massive, cunts.
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    "They can pair up if they like and they can bring someone else and they can bring their fucking dinner"
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    They should have two belts and then set up an undisputed duchess fight.
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    I'm not a statto, but this one can't be ignored. This year, at Anfield, we've had 146 shots, resulting in 4 goals. Embarrassing, shameful and humiliating indeed.
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    My gut feeling is that is that the SNP have used independence to grow their party and vote share, but in reality they would struggle with the consequences that it would actually bring. It was the same with the EU membership though. If Remain had won 52% to 48% Farage and the like would still be pushing for a second referendum at the earliest opportunity. Referendums are just bad ideas. They divide families, they waste money and spread lies and misinformation. Simply asking a yes, no question to the general public over a complex set of ideas and systems that the majority won't fully understand is madness!



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