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    Born in Ormskirk. Ex RAF Regiment. Current: Fire and Rescue Service
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    Back in Woolsville
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    Rescuing cats out of trees. LFC. Wigan Warriors. Reading about the Waffen SS and WW2. Addicted to BF3 on PS3
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  1. I've been lucky to see us win all 6 but this one means the most to me. When we won the first 4 we had a great team that was used to winning and it was sort of expected. Number 5 was more of a relief for me, one of our greatest nights dont get me wrong, but being honest I never felt we would push on from there. This is why I feel this one is so important, the whole club is on the verge of something special and this was just the start. This group of players is capable of writing it's own glorious history and it's great to be back in the big time.
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    Most memorable moment of the season?

    Number 6 obviously. Bayern away was special too, one of the best European away performances in many a year. Thought the first goal from Sadio was goal of the season too. But let's be honest there have been loads of great moments. We have had plenty of false dawns in recent history but I genuinely believe that this team is on the verge of something special.
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    Wolves (H) Premier League 12/5/2019

    Yeah the 89 game doesn't really come into it for obvious reasons as you said. I hope for your lads sake that he gets to experience what we have but there is no better feeling than winning the league, which for what's it's worth, is the big one for me.
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    Wolves (H) Premier League 12/5/2019

    I genuinely thought we'd do it this year but the way its ended up, its really hard to take. I went to my 1st game in October 77 so I've seen plenty of ups and downs but none of them left me feeling like this. I think its the fact that for some reason the whole country has been against us. I so wanted to ram it back down their throats. Hopefully we can make up for it with the CL but it's the dread of absolute gobshites with no interest in football sticking their oar in. Fuck off!!! At least we can be excited about what's to come this season and beyond. Klopp will break his duck and I"ve no doubt we will go from strength to strength.
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Was Francois in the army? He's never said
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    I must have missed it, but at what point did Calvert-Lewin become the second coming? I've never heard so much shite spoken about a championship standard footballer.
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    West Ham (A) 4/2/19 - Match Thread

    The thing that concerns me is the clear lack of a Plan "B". The subs very rarely make a difference and the style of play doesn't change. Everything is through the middle and its easy to defend. We actually look dangerous when we play it out wide. It looks great when it works but teams have us worked out. Force everything inside and pack the defence. I just wish the front 3 would interchange and give the opposition defenders something to think about, but they just run the same patterns. So bastard frustrating!!!
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    The ghost of Clive Thomas was alive and well in Bermondsey tonight and I'm sure they'll find a way to blame us for this one. Great stuff!!!!
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    Crystal Palace (H) 19/1/19

    The thing for me is that I'm so desperate for us to win it, I genuinely can't enjoy it and I really really want to. I went to my first match in 1977 so I've seen some of the greatest Liverpool sides to ever grace a pitch, but if we win it this year it will be up there with the best of them. Reason being, in times of financial doping, to do what we've done when we've had to sell to buy is nothing short of remarkable. We are in a great position and looking at the remaining fixtures, City have it all to do. 2014 was soul destroying but this would hurt so much more. No doubt City have the better individuals but we have the better team. It's the sum of the parts etc etc. I really do need to stop drinking.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    This. My hatred for them knows no bounds. I make myself so angry reading GOT, I thought it was a parody website, but no they are genuinely mentally ill. Their obsession with us is unbelievable. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than seeing them go into administration and disappear forever. Plenty of my relatives support them, all cunts to a man. Fuck them!!!
  11. Not sure if Milner, Henderson and Gini are suited against an opposition midfield with pace. That's where I'd like to see Keita in an ahead of Henderson, just to give us a bit more dynamism.