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  1. Marcas

    Liverpool 1 Wolves 0 (Dec 29 2019)

    Taylor’s a disgrace, illegitimate bastard child of Howard Webb, Mark my words!
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    Aston Villa 5 Liverpool 0 (Dec 17 2019)

    Gonna add my agreement on Chirivella, it would be a crime if he doesn’t make it somewhere. Excellent on the ball, superb passing skills and plays with his head up. If he’d an extra yard of pace he’d be some package, but regardless, hopefully he get’s a move to decent club where he’ll thrive.
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    Liverpool 2 Genk 1 (Nov 5 2019)

    Keita definitely isn’t the same player at all. I couldn’t wait for him to join as I was expecting a thoroughly nasty fucker who’d score, create and generally get on the tits of opposition players and fans alike. And we ended up with what exactly? Yeah he’s neat on the ball, but it seems he’s a totally one-paced lightweight. Where’s the guy who would have started a fight in an empty room, the guy who was voted the best MF player in Germany at one stage? Like...What happened??
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    Liverpool 5 Arsenal 5 (Oct 30 2019)

    Spot on on many levels Dave: the Arse players and fans giving it the beans when they went 4-2 (and you’re spot-on, it was it was a Champion’s League semi to hear the way the fuckers got on); VDB looking out of his depth and Keita...looking out of his depth! I can’t remember a more disappointing signing than Keita; injuries or not he’s been bang average apart from a 4 or 5 game spell at the tail end of last season. But we shelled £54 large for this lad band he’s been a disaster.
  5. Did you see what that bell-end agent posted on instagram today....?? Holy good god!
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    2018/19 Season Report Card - Virgil Van Dijk

    I’d say this was the one most of us were looking forward to and it didn’t disappoint Dave. Here’s My take: We’ve all seen new signings come in before and make a huge impact - The King, Barnes, everyone will have their favourite. And while nothing can diminish what they achieved, they did it with winning teams. I don’t know what sort of sales job Klopp did with Virg (snow and Eskimos come to mind!) but this immense beast of a player chose us when he could have taken the oil-coin and guaranteed success elsewhere. I’ve never seen anything like it, from his first match against the blueshite he has been nothing short of sensational. It does seem he genuinely loves the club (although we’ve all been stung on that front before) and wants to fulfil his ambitions here. Put like this, If he leads us upward and adds a Prem winner’s medal to his haul with us I’ll personally carry the foundation stone for the fucking coolest looking statue at Anfield!
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    2018/19 Season Report Card - James Milner

    If we’d had the foresight to get him when he was leaving Leeds all those years ago, can you imagine? He’s just the epitome of how players should conduct themselves on and off. Love to see him finish his career with us and then move into coaching our lads straightaway....no one’s going to take any liberties with this guy! 8.5 for me
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    2018/19 Season Report Card - Dejan Lovren

    Here’s the thing: Dejan would be first pick CB for Utd and Arse, would certainly threaten the first 11 at the Chavs and I’d have him over Stones. He’s had his horror stories but on his day he’s brilliant, his team mates obviously love him and we have two CBs with injury records not a million miles off Darren Anderton territory. Why is keeping him even a debate?
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    Liverpool 4 Barcelona 0 (May 7 2019)

    Super report Dave. On a slightly different note, was I alone in feeling a gnawing sense of...dunno, something, when Maura got spuds through with the last kick of the game...?
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    Premier League Round Up (Apr 27-28 2019)

    Picture this scenario: it’s the 90th minute and city are desperate for the winner when their latest move breaks down and a ball over the top means Vardy’s away one on one, only to be rugby tackled by Fernandinho, who controversially is only booked. The free kick comes to nothing and city romp down the other end and Fernandinho gets on the end of the cross and the ball is judge to be 1mm over the line. My question is this: who do you shoot first? The Ref? Gary Neville? Knowing our fucking luck this isn’t too much of a stretch....
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    West Ham 1 Liverpool (Feb 4 2019)

    Agree with every single word. And how come when we have one of the best ball playing CBs in the world it’s Joel fucking Matip running down blind allays and passing the ball to the other team? There’s no part of that shit right!
  12. Couldn’t disagree with any of the review Dave, thought Sturridge was a fucking disgrace (what’s with the half-arsed strolling around the centre circle attempting flicks which NEVER come off ffs?), Moreno’s a fucktard, Origi’s a championship level player at best and Mig, oh dear. Biggest worry is the £52 large we dropped on the amazing disappearing Nabi. Seriously wtf? One excellent turn, 24 step overs and a couple of decent passes does not £52m make. Thought this was tailor-made for him but he totally stank it out...
  13. Excellent report Dave. Can’t agree more on VVD - saw that Babb said on LFC TV that it’s only a matter of time before the Spanish leaches come in for him. On this occasion I don’t think we have to worry, I think he’s here for the duration...
  14. Totally agree with you on the first thing you’d do if you ruled the world by the way!
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    Napoli 1 Liverpool 0 (Oct 3 2018)

    Short and sharpe Dave but on point, although I think you were a little generous with Trent. If Moreno had thrown in a performance like last night he’d have been found swinging from a Neopolitan lamppost this morning. And for the first time Robbo actually looked like a guy who played in a relegated team not so long ago. Bang on about the front 3, they haven’t at it all so far. And is this really the Keita we’ve been hanging on for since last summer? Listen to Journos and he’s supposed to be a mix of Kanté and Modric, but apart from an hour against West Ham he’s done fuck all squared. Maybe it just needs a spark, but where’s it coming from?
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