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    Negative Net Spend

    Fsg are cunts. The fact that we’re gonna win the League under their ownership makes me sick. I’d much rather us finish outside the top4 and lose our World/European Champions titles to crank up the pressure on these frauds. Negative fucking spends? In this day and age? Add the 2 new stands, and it’s obvious they’re only in it for the money. We need H and G and The Owl back. Things were more enjoyable then and we knew exactly where we stood, and it always busier in here when we are shit.
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    Top 5 Toys You Had As A Kid

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    The Offside Rule

    If VAR is being used, can you define what ‘clear daylight’ actually is? The VAR is supposedly ‘black or white’, bringIng a ‘clear daylight rule’ in entirely subjective and just adding another variable.
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    The Offside Rule

    Agree, but them lines were squiffy and played around with until they made him off, the 1st lines drawn he was on.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    So he’s saying that there’s more Blues that wear their colours around the City. Which, traditionally, is something which they’ve always said is RS behaviour and Everton fans don’t get involved in. The crowds in the Liverpool shop in Liverpool 1 compared to Everton 2 (ha ha, get it?) confirm this. But they’re probably all Norwegian.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    There’s a perfectly reasonable excuse for this.......... maccavennie Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter 20 minutes ago New Add bookmark #62,187 Nail On Head Glory hunting Cult loving knobheads
  7. No way wouldn’t wish this to happen as I want City to vanish ............but I would have a right good smile, given all the shite and sympathy the Blues have given City this week. Everton finish 5th, thinking they’ve qualified for the Champs League only for City to win their appeal and get reinstated at their expense. That would be quite fucking hilarious.
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    The Offside Rule

    Massive difference, If any part of the attacker is behind or inline he’s onside. We’ve seen quite a few this season whereby the attackers head is ahead of play whilst his feet are onside. Or one foot ahead, the other behind the line. By today’s rules, he’s off. New ruling, he’s not. I don’t get some of the criticism for it on here, yeah they’ll still be contentious decisions but more goals will be scored. By us.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    As far as sponsorship values go, the Blueshite should be in the top 4, given their history. catcherintherye Player Valuation: £70m 25 minutes ago New Add bookmark #14,823 How are you going to make a legal case for what is a fair market value, if he sponsors things where a market does not exist? I'd also add, legally the club can make a very straightforward and easy argument that we are 4th most successful in terms of leagues won, joint 1st for the number of years we have held the top division title, most seasons, 2nd most points, the only club to be founder members of the FL and PL (while maintaining an ever present place) and have had the 2nd longest unbroken run in the top flight. Objectively, and from a legal standpoint it is a very clear argument that commercially we ought to be somewhere between 1st to 4th in terms of sponsorship values. The club have radically underperformed to the market test over the last 20 years. This would be any legal conclusion drawn from Everton finally negotiating deals befitting of our status (Ie in or around the top 4 deals).
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    UEFA really need to make an example of these cunts. If they don’t, they may as well just scrap FFP https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/manchester-city-uefa-champions-league-ffp-ban-appeal-news-latest-a9335136.html It is hard to make sense of the strange dance Uefa and Manchester City are conducting over financial fair play. Two impenetrable organisations are locked in battle and the result will determine whether European football’s ruling body can exercise any control over the spending of the clubs that operate under its auspices. This week the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) published details of City’s appeal against the decision of Uefa’s investigatory chamber to refer the club to the adjudicatory chamber over breaches of financial rules. CAS rejected City’s entreaties in November on the blindingly obvious grounds that there was no verdict or punishment to question. The adjudicatory chamber is yet to hand down its judgement. The documents provide a record of the arguments put before the Lausanne-based court four months ago. Rewinding to the nub of the case, Uefa’s investigation began after the German magazine Der Spiegel published a cache of City’s internal emails three years ago. The hacked communications suggested that the club had misled the authorities over sponsorship that was supposed to have come from Etihad, the state airline of Abu Dhabi, but is alleged to have been provided by Sheikh Mansour, the owner and ruler of the Emirate. City deny any wrongdoing but based their arguments to CAS on Uefa’s procedural mistakes in preparing the case. They also demanded damages for what they saw as “leaks” to the media by Uefa, which indicated that the club would be banned from the Champions League for at least a season. This is where it gets interesting. Uefa were bullish about their position back in May when the investigatory chamber filed their charges but time has dragged on without an adjudicatory chamber ruling being declared. There has been a growing suspicion – even among Uefa insiders – that some sort of backroom deal was being arranged whereby City would escape a ban from European competition. The publication of CAS’s documents implies that this is not on the agenda. CAS makes its decisions public unless both parties agree to keep the details confidential. The paperwork of the Paris Saint-Germain case last year – where Uefa seemed to lose its nerve – was never released. Allowing the bitter exchanges with City into the open hints that a showdown is inevitable. City’s complaints about the leaks raised eyebrows, too. Leaks, unattributed briefings – call them what you will – are common in football. All parties practise these dark arts and use them to set the agenda or heap pressure on their enemies. It is hard to take anyone who is sanctimonious about the use of leaks too seriously. In November, there were reports that a deal had been agreed and City would be hit with a fine rather than an expulsion from the Champions League. It is unlikely – given the mood in Uefa – that this came from Nyon. Everybody likes to get their version of the tale out, ideally without leaving any fingerprints. Most football journalist could reel off countless occasions when the story for general consumption varied greatly with what was said in private when the Dictaphones were switched off. It is still hard to predict what sentence the adjudicatory chamber will hand down. The decision has been made and if the worst-case scenario happens for City, there will likely be a number of time-consuming appeals. They already have one strike to their name at CAS but the club will probably challenge any ban any way they can, including through the Swiss courts. If, as Uefa contend, City have transgressed against their financial fair play rules, then the Premier League will be forced to act, too. The same regulations will have been breached domestically. There is no real appetite to sanction the club but it would be inevitable. A points deduction would be the obvious option. At that juncture it might make sense for City to back down, swallow their pride and take the punishment. In a season where they are 22 points behind Liverpool with no prospect of catching their rivals, being demoted a few places down the table would not be the worst thing, especially if they are suspended from the Champions League for next season. This would be painful but would have little long-term effect. Dragging everyone through the courts might end up significantly more damaging. Uefa will make their decision clear soon. If the ruling body are feeling vindictive, they will announce it around City’s Champions League knockout round tie with Real Madrid. Real are leading lights in the old-money clique that have been ranged against the Etihad since the Abu Dhabi takeover. They would appreciate such spitefulness at the Bernabeu and Real would not be the only big club smirking if City and their nouveau riche ways get their comeuppance. None of this is very edifying. At times like this the game feels dirty.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Did I imagine when Parrott won the World Championship, he paraded it on the pitch at our gaff. I’m sure he said he was a red back then too.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    If it happens at The Shed, if love to sit next Calvin...... Calvin Aldi Player Valuation: £500k Today at 7:14 PM Add bookmark #278 I don't even see why anyone has to do this regardless. It was probably ok in the 50s when Sir Charles Charley Charles played but now it's more of a business and competitive. There is no friendly rivalry in football anymore. Imagine being forced to do it, all the RS will save it to their phones forever and post it on social media, get t shirts with it on and never ever shut up about it. That Jamie Webster the "boss" scouser will make a song about it and Dave Kirby will do a cringeworthy poem about it if he has finally shut up about going to Rome on the train in 1977. It's going to be bad enough about 2500 of them in the away end constantly goading us about being Champions and their ever so original 1995 chants. They will be looking for a reaction the whole game. Yet if one of us flips and there's trouble inside or outside the ground I wonder who will get the blame. If any of our fans clap while this guard of honour happens they should receive a lifetime ban from Goodison. I'm being serious and I'll have a go at anyone around me in the Park End who claps them. No way should we ever pander to this disgusting club ever again. The players were forced into sharing an open top bus with the RS in 1986 and loads of them felt uncomfortable, yet when Peter Reid refused to comply he gets called bitter and a sore loser. The last thing you want after losing out on 2 trophies is to go on a parade with the winners. But Everton got railroad into it. Stop being plucky little Everton, stop pandering to the RS, I'm sick of this club just shrugging their shoulders and letting them dominate the city. We are Everton Football Club and we bow to nobody. God I hate them so much. Like Quote Reply Report Reactions:matty1878, monty, Bazlar and 1 other per
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    There’s a 19 page thread on Got with a poll, about whether should they give us a guard of honour at the The Shed. It’s like a contest to see who can be the bitterest cunt. Inside the mind of a Blue...........................there’s some right cunts on there. This would spoil the day entirely for me though. League Champions and then Usmanov news, total party pooper that would be. They always get one up on us, the Liver Birds, Stadium news, being richer whilst we go about actually winning stuff #273 On the morning of the game announce that Usmanov is getting involved in Everton and he is prepared to spend until Everton are top of the tree again. I think that might spoil the day for a few. https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/should-we-give-the-rs-a-guard-of-honour-poll.109534/
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    He sold it to the Sheiks in 2008.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    The ‘oil barons’ had already been there for about 4 years there at the time of that Aguero moment!
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Come on now, let's not go overboard the youngsters, they're not that good and they're not kids.............. boris Player Valuation: £15m Yesterday at 10:15 PM Add bookmark #18,928 I hope so, they’ll get absolutely pummelled by Chelsea. They’re not even any good, nor are they kids. They’ve been bang average for years at there own level. I know Accrington players who played against them earlier in the league cup this year when Accrington put 5 past them. They said they were really bad. Even in this cup run they’ve barely threatened. Let’s be honest, we were terrible on the day but we should have been 5 up by half time whilst they never created a chance all game bar from the wonder goal out of nothing. They’ve barely had a shot against Shrewsbury in both games, despite them struggling even at there own level right now and it took 2 unforced own goals to get them through. Villa’s reserves marmalised then. Chelsea will give them a really good hiding. They should have beat there first 11 earlier in the year until VAR stepped in to save them yet again. That’s another subject as well as the corruption this year has been ridiculous. The regimes desperation to get Liverpool, 1 of there cash cows, relevant again domestically has been massively over done by them and this season will long be remembered for that. Like Quote Reply Report Reactions:Ring master and maccavennie
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    Did Trent mean that pass to Firmino?

    Long ball, kick and run merchants. An expensively assembled Wimbledon.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Lot of talk on GOT about the possible guard of honour at Goodison. I’m loving GOT at the minute and reading about our tainted title. Brilliant. hallamblue Player Valuation: £25m Today at 2:14 PM Add bookmark #6,496 Easy to be magnanimous whne you know you're going to win the league yourself in the next year or 2. They can gtf, no guard of honour for the rs, unless they give up 3 years of European qualification and demand that we go into the Champions League to make up for breaking up our best ever team. LouReedwalkonthewildside Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter Today at 2:59 PM Add bookmark #6,501 Barca and Madrid, two of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world, probably massive mutual respect between the two of them. The RS, the most deluded, self - righteous, self proclaiming best fans in the world would love us to do a guard of honour so they could just rub our noses in it and whether it's 30 seconds of embarrassment or not, the atmosphere is toxic enough as it is. Also, isn't a guard of honour supposed to be about showing respect for what someone has achieved, why would we want to do that? Now I'm not arsed either way, and if I knew it was going too happen I would just get into the game late. cronullasharks Player Valuation: £35m Forum Supporter Today at 4:23 PM Add bookmark #6,510 A guard of honour for players like "robbo" "hendo" "trent", not to mention piano teeth klopp, fans like fanta scruff and the bloke who jerks off in public. All to appease their ex players in the media like carra and danny murphy. Eff that brigadier Player Valuation: £8m Today at 4:59 PM Add bookmark #6,512 Hope it is at goodison, be fantastic if everyone had a flag with VAR champions, it would be tainted for them. bol-uk Player Valuation: £70m Player Thread Sponsor Yesterday at 6:05 PM Add bookmark #6,442 Yeh, by winning it so convincingly they have actually taken the gloss off it. A last day win (like man city at QPR a few years back) is a much bigger buzz. Everyone is already over it this season. BlueShark Player Valuation: £8m 4 minutes ago Add bookmark #6,516 What, respect like Klopp showed for us when he ran on the pitch to celebrate the winner against us not so long ago? Don't remember the moral outrage against that. You're being embarrassingly blinkered by claiming this will be some sort of PR disaster if we decide not to do it. The only 'outrage' will be from those across the park, who are professionals at that anyway. So why, apart from the obvious trolling, are you actually bothered? LouReedwalkonthewildside Player Valuation: £70m Forum Supporter Today at 9:38 AM Add bookmark #6,484 There are no rules about a guard of honour, it's supposedly more of a tradition, so we wouldn't have to do it if we didn't want to and I would expect/hope us not to do it considering the trouble it would cause at the game. Disgruntledgoat Player Valuation: £40m Player Thread Sponsor Today at 9:52 AM Add bookmark #6,488 Leave it up to the fans I say. Line the players up on the centre circle and call for a moment of appreciation from the fans. Then let the faithful decide how best to communicate their (total lack of) respect and love.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Ha ha, Richard Keys just said ‘it’s been an awful Title Race’. He’s not happy
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Au contrair, we’d have been crowned Champions weeks ago and the 2 manc clubs would be propping up the table with Everton, each losing 25 games.
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    Southampton (H) - Premier League - 1/2/2020 - 15:00

    Am I the only one that thinks that was a defo pen on ings
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    Southampton (H) - Premier League - 1/2/2020 - 15:00

    The fact you think he’s not reaching it doesn’t make it any less of a foul. It’s a foul or it’s not.
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