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  1. I think it's more likely city will be 3 up at half time tomorrow and villa still get the draw!
  2. I think he actually gets less game time because Jones and Elliot are in front of him, it's not really the big players. Or as we saw this week, if we want to take Salah out and want someone right forward who isn't one of the stars, taki gets the gig. The lad barely even gets on the bench, let alone the pitch.
  3. You could be right. But he's not working at some multinational where you can hide and call it in. He's working in a small group, with a boss who has one of the sharpest minds there is and demands effort and desire. It's not like he just gets to fill his diary up with zoom meetings all day or something. He's having to mix with the very best every minute of every day. I completely get the idea he knows his best days are behind him. That the injury took away that 1 or 2% that separates the good players from the pack. And leaving Liverpool is a step backwards to an extent (and I say some extent because he doesn't get to play here). But let's be honest, it's not like he's going from being the chief of BA and then being asked to clean the bogs at Ryanair in his next gig. He'll still have his popstar wife, he'll still earn a kings ransom. He'll get to play at a high level. But might actually get a chance to make his mark on the game and get a little enjoyment in return for training all week before it's gone for good. The only reason I can think why he'd dial it in is if he knows if he lands somewhere where he's expected to play at the weekend, that his body won't hold up to it.
  4. I think your analogy is right, but with a bit of an exception. The thing here though is he's not really getting much reflected glory, players like origi and taki as they've not played so much but had some real moments are getting that. And in a normal job you have a career that lasts too long. This fella is 29 now. He's barely played in 4 years, the supposed peak of his powers. Surely that clock ticking must spark something? And I can't imagine klopp would be keen to keep anyone around the place who lacks ambition.
  5. I don't see why he wouldn't want to force a move. He's so down the pecking order. And it seems increasingly likely milner will stay another year and likely stay ahead of him.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I popped out earlier in the car and put talkshite on. They had the fella on from the times who broke the story. He was saying there is a will from all the clubs to be seen to do something, not just Leeds and Burnley, especially as Everton spent in January and they knew they were in the shit. But he said there wouldn't be anything that happens this year and could even be a year before any punishment and mightnt be applied till the season after. He said Leeds and Burnley have only asked for a committee to be formed or something to investigate within 6 weeks.
  7. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    But this assumes EFCs allocation of losses to the pandemic are correct. I would imagine this is what Burnley and Leeds are challenging.
  8. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/everzonian/status/1527411554215337984?t=vsKU7L03Ty9fMKn9Gb38dw&s=09
  9. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Which is some achievement in its own right. And more kopite behaviour.
  10. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    That would be so unfair after the way their fans single handedly won the greatest game there's ever been.
  11. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Yeah, once while the game was still going and once at the end. I dunno why they're so obsessed with invading the pitch.
  12. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    It's brilliant that they think they're the 1st ever club to support their team.
  13. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I can't stop laughing at that. Genius.
  14. Barrington Womble

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I thought everyone who lived near county road was a bloo anyway. Surely the local scals are all theirs? Or have we shipped in some noweigian scals for the occasion?
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    Paris

    I've been all over with us. And have found the French police will do anything to provoke trouble. I've never had any issues anywhere else, just there. Paris, Lyon, Marseille and even auxerre. Bordeaux was alright iirc and I've had no issue in Lille, but I stayed in the pub and missed the match there!
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