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Vincent Vega

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  1. Vincent Vega

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Just got home and I’m pretty blitzed. I pretended to have no knowledge of the Istanbul final getting televised, and denied any intention of getting him there on false pretences. To be fair to him he took it well and didn’t spaz out as half of them would because he isn’t a total dickhead and was glad for the opportunity to get shitfaced for £2.50 a pint. He still espoused how much he hates us throughout and admitted him and his lad were doing forward rolls when we were 3 down at halftime on the night in question. I revelled in his bitterness and love how much we’re going to add to their angst in a week’s time.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Text my mate, who’s a massive blue and a season ticket holder, to tell him our local is charging just £2.50 a pint for all draught beers tonight, so he’s on his way over for a night on the ale. Didn’t mention that they’re showing the Istanbul CL final from 2005 in it’s entirety. He’s gonna go ape shit when he finds out.
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Amazing how people fall for the bullshit of the charlatan Farage. Most leave supporters are dim, but watching this has me pretty worried about this country’s immediate future.
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    Featured: Red of the Day - Josemi

    He achieved what he came for.
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    Liverpool 4 Barcelona 0 (May 7 2019)

    'It was a nightmare': Gerard Pique admits Barcelona are still suffering psychologically from humiliating Champions League exit at Liverpool Gerard Pique has admitted Barcelona are still suffering psychologically from their dramatic Champions League exit to Liverpool. The Spanish giants were expected to ease into the final in Madrid on June 1 after easing into a 3-0 lead in the first leg. However, Pique and Co squandered their advantage as Liverpool produced one of the greatest European comebacks to win 4-0 and progress to the final against Tottenham. 'It has been hard to get up emotionally because the days passed and you did not forget the defeat, it is a fall that will last over time,' he told El Pais . 'But we must take a step forward. 'It was a very difficult situation. The team sees that it is not going, you see that they are squeezing and that it is very recent last year. 'But we must not torture ourselves. Yes that is one of our great defeats. But that's the sport, where sometimes you have to bite the dust. 'It was a nightmare and you have to assume it because it can happen again. But we must understand why it happened and help us in the future because we want to raise the Champions [League] again.' It was the second embarrassing defeat for Barcelona in the Champions League in two years. Roma also produced a thrilling performance to come from 4-1 down in the first leg to reach the quarter-finals at the expense of the Spanish giants in 2017-18. Pique revealed that night in the Italian capital was on the minds of his team-mates at Anfield. 'When something like this happens, everything or almost everything has gone wrong,' he added. 'I think that on a mental level, some people were affected by what happened in Rome because we had it very recently. 'With the first goal, which was very fast, unconsciously you see the image of Rome. 'Then two more came very quickly and it looked too much like what happened a year ago. Surely it was a mental block, but football was also missing. 'And they pressed very high, very intense, Anfield also played his role, we were not able. Sometimes happens. It was a very hard day.'
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    Theresa "MAY" not build a better Britain.

    I'll miss just how incompetent she made the Tories look.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    It wouldn't surprise me if he isn't being paid off the books because they know the footballl world is watching. What's more likely for me is that he's been promised that once he decides he's done with football he can take up a UAE football ambassador role on about £10m a year, and the job is his for as long as he wants it. Nice little earner with hardly any hours and zero stress.
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    Who is our most important player?

    I think we now have seven or eight players that we wouldn't want to do without for any prolonged period. I think Alisson, VvD, Trent, Robbo and the front three especially are all key players and would get in any team in the PL with the possible exception ofAbu Dhabi City for one or two of them. I think I agree with Sugar Ape though, Alisson is the one who has made such a massive difference. Last season even with Virgil signed the crowd were nervous about the keepers, and this often transmitted to the team. We just don't see that any more, and there is a confidence in the team that we haven't seen for years.
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    Adidas Trainers

    Agree with you there Tone, I think the current range of Nike trainers that all the young’uns are wearing are horrific. I too loved 1980s Nike trainers as stocked in Jack Sharp. Nike Wally Waffle Nike Pegasus The last pair of Nike I owned were a pair of Nike Internationalist (I’m a sucker for blue and yellow trainers).
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    Upcoming Films

    The reviews for this from the Cannes Film Festival are all very positive. I’ve not been that arsed about the last few Tarantino films, but I’m really looking forward to this.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    Good pisstake out of City by David Squires in The Guardian this week.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    I think he's holding out hope for the same thing might happen to his beloved Hammers, and seeks therefore to justify City and their ownership model. There's obvious paralells with both them and City inheriting a stadium.