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  1. 48 points
    My dad died yesterday morning (he was 83 and had been ill). It’s very sad to see the utter hatred these cunts have now. Wall pushing gestures etc. My dad was a blue. He wouldn’t have condoned that sort of thing. He took me the Cup Final in 86 when I was a kid. And again in 88 and 92 even though we weren’t playing Everton. He cheered at some of the goals when we beat Barcelona 4-0 last season. As Everton become more and more shite over the years he made out he wasn’t arsed but I think deep down he was. If they do go down I’m just glad he won’t be around to see it. Because although their fan base has obviously loads more cunts around now it hasn’t always been this bad.
  2. 47 points
    No shit...I was getting score updates on that game in the waiting area of the hospital while they prepped my wife for an emergency C-section. Within an hour my twin boys were born at 27.5 weeks! This was yesterday. Fair to say they've been good luck charms for Klopp's Red Machine. Cheers boys!
  3. 41 points
    I finished my chemo a few weeks back and have had scans since and went to see my oncologist yesterday. He's telling me he now believes I'm in remission and there's currently no sign of the disease. I'll be back for scans every 3 months, plus other check ups as a result of my surgery, but it seems I could well have put this behind me. The words from the oncologist yesterday were sweet "go and live your life and see you in 3 months".
  4. 41 points
    Well fuck me sideways. I've made it in to The Good Beer Guide 2020. Four years of hard work doing what I love doing and I've got a CAMRA pub of the month award plus this under my belt. Fucking made up.
  5. 39 points
    Went to the community center today to spend the day putting on a Christmas dinner for; the homeless, those below the poverty line, refugees and those, who are well - just lonely and on their own. Knackered now after doing our dinner when we get back after laying and setting the tables, serving to everyone and delivering meals to those who couldn't make it to the center. And as like last year, yes, that's my champion of champions of trifles taking center stage on the afters table. Merry Christmas GF'ers and peace and good will to all and lets hope that next year, a smattering of socialism and care for one another, spreads its ever so tiny little wings into this clusterfuck of greed and egocentric capitalisn shitfest, that we call a nation. Merry Christmas.
  6. 37 points
    First team to concede 5 on Amazon Prime.
  7. 35 points
    My girlfriend made me this, starting last year and spent countless hours with it. It has 13,400 stitches, it's finally finished now and I'm going have it framed. It's lovely, going up in the sitting room too, she loves Liverpool and Jurgen.
  8. 32 points
    Okay guys I’ve shit out of full nude so this will have to do....
  9. 30 points
  10. 29 points
    Most Saturdays and occasionally on a sunday.
  11. 28 points
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  14. 24 points
    Just seen my bluenose neighbour looking all depressed and downhearted. I said he should forget about the football and treat himself to a bit of winter sun. Told him that "I've heard that you can't beat the Canaries at this time of year"...
  15. 23 points
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    So what you're basically saying is they are f**ked? (Hi all by the way. Been lurking for years but recently bought a half season ticket).
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  18. 23 points
    I’ll always enjoy this picture for several reasons. First of all, the unmitigated joy on each of their faces; they’d have been thinking that anything was possible after that, that the prodigal son could take them all the way to the European Cup. That was, after all, a great Champions League comeback, the like of which the competition would be unlikely to witness again for some time; a victory of such magnitude that the board decided that it was imperative that they appoint Solskjaer on a permanent basis. Next up, they promptly got beaten by a Barcelona side who didn’t have to get out of first gear to win each leg with ease. Then, we went and lost by the same margin as they did in Barcelona - suddenly the notion that our team is on a higher level to theirs was open to question. Said notion was brutally disproved as we decimated Barcelona in the second leg, not only proving our superiority , but also providing a comeback that made that special night in Paris look a bit second-rate. Best of all, we won the competition, meaning that this photograph of three Man Utd legends reunited in European triumph will ultimately always serve as a reminder of the season in which Liverpool won the European Cup for a sixth time.
  19. 22 points
    This happened earlier this morning, our daughter finally joined us. Mrs Juniper was in labour for 48 bloody hours without hardly any pain relief for 43 of them. Shes an absolute beast that girl.
  20. 22 points
    They've been selling their best players for years to keep their head above water. Once that well ran dry they end up losing £120m, have a £350m owner loan and creatively gained £30m for empty space from Uncle Uzzy to keep them from being done under the premiership sustainability rules. (Nobody will investigate that of course) Paying off multiple managers and staff and buying shit players on high wages doesn't help either. Moshiri only took the bait from BGB because of the promise of a free new stadium and Chippy Tits using a loophole to get cheap government loans, now though it's damage limitation. His absence last night at the AGM was telling no matter what excuses they make to try to explain it. He hasn't even got a decent exit strategy now because anyone fool enough to consider buying that joke of a club would also have to pay him back the £350m he's loaned to them. Add to their woes the spiralling cost of a stadium build, I mean without a stadium to pay for they are in the shit imagine if they also had to service a £500-600m debt. Ideally they need to forget about us, scrap a new stadium plan (again) and do what they can to expand Goodison. Then if and when they break into the top 4, and consistently perform at that level... well then consider a new stadium. The truth is they're a mid table shit club that nobody outside of their little bubble gives a shit about. If they were located anywhere else in the country they wouldn't be on our radar. We only take notice of them because they keep trying to grab our attention with lies and bitterness and a lot of us have to talk to them every single day. The most famous thing about them is us.
  21. 22 points
    Me Ma’s effort today, everything cooked exactly as I like it. Minus a point for the lack of black pudding the lazy cow and half a point for one of the sausages breaking. 2 pieces of toast accompanied it.
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  23. 21 points
    Didn't know where to post this (already posted it on the MF), so thought maybe here (apologies for length and self-indulgence)... It was my son's 12th birthday yesterday. While we were celebrating, I got news that my friend Gary Talbot has passed away in Chester, aged 82. It was because of my son that Gary and I knew each other. Gary's daughter, Annabel, and my wife met at mother's group here in Melbourne and, so our families got to know one another from there. Some years back when Gary was on a visit to Australia, we spent a lot of time together over the Christmas holiday period - it was just one of those things where the two of us clicked, and became instant mates. Gary, Blackburn-born, was a press photographer in the north-west - and it was playing in a charity football match involving local journalists that he caught the eye of Chester City's manager in the mid-1960s. Gary was 25 at the time, but the Chester manager invited him to play for the club. He scored in his first game against Newport County and went on to become Chester's highest-ever goalscorer by the time he retired. Bill Shankly watched him play once and was very impressed, saying that it was a pity Gary was "too old" for a possible move to Liverpool at the time. Gary still holds the record for the fastest-ever hat-trick in the FA Cup - against Crewe. As a photo journalist, he was a match-day photographer at Goodison and did stints at Anfield too. Gary and his camera were on the pitch in our 1965 FA Cup triumph - he was there at the invitation of Don Revie, whom he knew. Gary was the photographer at Ian Rush's first wedding (the perm days!), and was good mates with Michael Owen's Dad. One day in his billiard room, Gary showed my his photographic portfolio - it has shots of all kinds of luminaries in it: Princess Di, Bobby Charlton, Tom Jones, and countless eclectic mixtures of other people, including Presidents and Prime Ministers. Most recently, he was honorary life President of Chester FC and was chiefly behind Liverpool playing there in a fundraiser a year or two ago. Gary was a Bluenose, but an old-fashioned one without a chip on his shoulder - as an ex-footballer he was just affable and fair-minded about the game. He and his wife lived in Eccleston, Cheshire - somehow when they were young, they managed to secure a lifetime lease on the village manor house, which is owned by the Duke of Westminster. I stayed there when I took my boy to Anfield for the first time in 2017 against Crystal Palace - we haven't lost in the League at Anfield since that day (that's my son with Gary in the picture below, watching the 2017 FA Cup semi-final at his local in Chester). I was hoping to see Gary one more time as I knew his days were numbered - a heart condition and most recently, lung cancer. Tragically, he died yesterday while his daughter was en route from Melbourne to Manchester - she wanted to see him for Christmas and perhaps be at his deathbed. Private tributes have already begun to flow in for him - one already from his friend, Micheal Parkinson. Gary was, simply, a terrific bloke. He was my personal connection with that part of the world, the city of Liverpool and the club.
  24. 21 points
    Great news Barry. Her indoors has just learnt she is in full remission from lymphoma. Just shows this bastard disease can and will be beaten.
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