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  1. liverpoolsno9

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Starting to lose it with this cunt now.................... davek Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter Yesterday at 11:17 PM New #6,512 dholliday said: I don't think their lead was that extreme, or if it was it was when Man City had games in hand. This is the one big proof that the kopites infest media with total undeserved bias. It's filthy that they have so many pundits on so many channels that we even have to endure RS commentating on Everton games. They're not even in the biggest 4 clubs in the land: Chelsea, Arsenal, City & Utd all have more pedigree since the Prem came into being and thus deserve more presence in punditry boxes. They've done nothing for decades. They maintained their public profile by exploiting a series of football disasters. Controversial or not, they have. Flogging gear with references to Hillsborough? What would that be? Many of their fans jumping on everything as "an insult" to Hillsborough to shut down legitimate criticism. If that's not explitation I dont know what is.They are known at least as much for a stadium disaster these days....in this country....two stadium disasters elsewhere. That's not being disrespectful to those who died btw, it's the very opposite of that.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Latest from Davek davek Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter Today at 10:33 AM #6,446 The BBC's latest anodyne description of what happened at Heysel: "Thirty-nine fans were killed during the 1985 European Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus, after crowd trouble culminated in a surge by Liverpool supporters towards the Italian team's fans and people were crushed against a wall that then collapsed." Just a surge....which culminated after crowd trouble...so "the surge" wasn't even part of that then. Oh, I see. FFS, when will that event be accepted by all for what it was: mass murder. Like Quote Reply Report Likes:summerisle, mellowblue, wilfjacko and 2 others
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    PSG(h) Champions League Match thread

    I’ve looked at it a few times and all I see when a Klopp runs down the touch line is Mo taking a swig from his bottle, before throwing it, no arms in the air from him, the fella in front of him yes.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Fuck, I didn’t realise we were in such a mess. Steve0 knows....................... Steve0 Player Valuation: £35m Today at 11:49 AM New #6,143 Thing is all their players are at pretty much peak age and they've got poor depth. Last year was their big chance really. But next year is absolutely their last chance with this crop. Salah, Mane, Firmino will all be on the decline, Fabinho not good enough (like i said he wasn't) , Keita looking limited (like i said he was), Klopp got lucky with Mohammed Ricketts season in a lifetime but this year could be testing. Lose tonight and i think we could see a mini-collapse. Salah will be pretty much 28 by the end of next season, same with Mane and Firmino. Players like that tend to peak at 25/26....very few actually improve. Not really arsed about their defence as it isn't really that great and Allison always has an error in him. They're where they are because of the front 3 really, lose one of them and it's game over. The fact they're all about the same age and statistically likely to have gone over the hill already then it isn't looking good. Spunked all their cash on the hopeless Fabinho and Keita (I tried to tell people) and hundreds of millions of pounds in debt...it's a very worrying time for a Liverpool fan if they do anything other than concentrate on the absolute present. Then there's Milner over 30, Henderson, Lovren VVD, Wijnaldum and Lallana all approaching or already past 30. Set to lose four big players on frees at the end of the season, with four more big players to tie down by the end of next season. It's all a bit of a mess tbh. It's a shame. I've said it before but i don't think FSG have really got to grips with how football works, it's nothing like baseball and i think the penny's dropped hence their desperate scramble to find someone to buy the club. No takers though, which has go to set alarm bells ringing for any Liverpool fan.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Steve0 Player Valuation: £35m Yesterday at 5:20 PM #6,025 longers said: and yet are winning every game, thats a bad thing, not a good thing. Only if they were a good team playing badly but getting the points back but they’re an average team playing badly and getting the points. They’ll fade as soon as their luck runs out.
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    Fit Birds of the 90s

    Here you go.
  7. You say you appreciate what Bobby brings to the team and then disparage him in the last sentence...........and he doesn’t really play as a no 9. He’s fucking everywhere. There’s not many (if any?) in the Prem that would be an improvement on Bobby, Kane is a fantastic goalscorer but he just wouldn’t bring what Bobby brings to this team. The only player I can think of who could do what Bobby does but do it better would be Suarez.
  8. Like the forum’s very own Steve0
  9. Have you watched Bobby over the last couple of seasons and what he does for the team? The work rate, the pressing, dropping deep, giving licence to Mo And Mane to get forward. His game and worth to the team is worth so much more than just goals. Put Kane in our side and Salah and Mane wouldn’t be nowhere near as effective as they are. Proper team player is Bobby. Kane isn’t.
  10. His performances during the summer? Really? He was shite. The only thing I could take from his performances was that he can take a penalty. I think Kane is a good player, but to try and use his performances over the summer as proof is bullshit.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    We’re such a lucky team....... ToffeeDan Player Valuation: £70m Yesterday at 7:55 PM#5,835 Belgrade fans banned from the pit. I would still expect a few to travel over, though. The list of Good Fortune for The PLUS (Premier League's Unluckiest Side) gets bigger and bigger.. West Ham dodgy offsides, dodgy pens and red cards at Palace, Vardy ban, KDB injury, dodgy goal against City.. PSG injuries.. now this.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    A Blueshite take on Salah getting nominated gor a ‘Puska’s award. Saint Domingo Saint Domingo Player Valuation: £70m Yesterday at 2:23 PM#5,709 Salah nominated for the Puskas award for his goal against us at the Pit. Surely better goals have been scored than that. If they include it in the poll though then they get the lemmings all mindlessly clicking on their poll site. It’s the same reason they have Salah in the running for some of the awards. He didn’t win anything last season and had a poor World Cup. They know if they splash his face over the marketing though that Kopites will tune in in their droves to watch it. They are the most milkable fan base in world football. The perfect combination of not having anything else in their lives, offended by everything, and a desire to seek a better fan due to not having any link to the city whatsoever. It all equals clicks on websites, merchandise brought, media content read or watched that no other fan base would bother even engaging with
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    Jordan henderson: Captain

    If we didnt get him to sign an extension, the same people having a go about him now would be slagging the club off for allowing him to run his contract down. Can’t win.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Points are irrelevant at this stage of the season anyway. catcherintherye catcherintherye Player Valuation: £40m Today at 2:09 PM#5,641 At this stage of the season points are irrelevant. I expect them to win today (United beat this Leicester team) but it's clear they haven't solved their achilles heel in defence, and that will rot away at the confidence. The lads had more cockups than saves.
  15. Wiji the last 25 and Bobby were brutal. We can all have a little grumble. But this from Baltar. Some people just love moaning, even whilst winning............... Apart from the West Ham game our performances have been flat as fuck. We need to wake up and start playing if we want to win here, never mind the massive games we have coming up...