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About coachpotato

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    ST'er for over 25 years. Wife, Son & Daughter all Reds in a Blue family!!
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  1. I noticed Virgil going flat out after Origi’s goal, I knew then because Virgil did.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I dared to venture on GOT earlier on the fixtures thread. I’m staggered by the level of delusion about where they’ll be this season. Top four gets mentioned several times and they’re even quoting Leicester as the reason they could win the league even. They have two runs of four games against teams that finished above them last season, the only team to do so, and so it’s become a conspiracy to stop the Blue Phoenix rising again. Failing completely to understand that it’ll mean they have longer runs without playing “better” teams than anyone else. Of course we have paid off the Premier League to give us favourable fixtures, whereas City haven’t been mentioned once but have the same types of groupings as we have. It’s almost entertaining as it couldn’t have been written by the best comedy writers, but we all know it’s actually scary.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    That link goes to an Indian paper that says the fans were from Newcastle and Liverpool. Not difficult to see what GOT will make of it.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Geordies and bloos don’t get on apparently. My B-I-L and nephews are bloos and they hate Newcastle. Something about Geordies never having won anything, yet arguing they’re a bigger club, better following, better ground etc.. Sounds familiar.
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    New site header...

    Yep, changed to that as soon as I saw it. It’ll do for 12 months.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Where’s the Brylcreem Trophy they won when Mick Lyons was their captain?
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    A team with no cunts

    All the players know they’re on to a good thing. At this moment, where would they go that is better? Nowhere on a support level, nowhere on a playing level, nowhere on a Coaching level. There are teams that would offer better money probably, but even they can’t guarantee a better chance to win titles and cups, City apart. We have, currently, the perfect storm for any decent player to advance themselves. That’s down to the way the club is being run and coached and it’ll stay that way as long as we keep winning.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    There’s all summer for the fume to die down and them to build up their aspirations for the new season. Somehow I think the latter will happen as it always does, but the former won’t. Ir we were to win the league next season I suspect they’ll be like lemmings off the pier head. I don’t know when the FA cup final is next season, I haven’t checked, but for them to win that, then the next weekend we lift the League would actually finish a fair few of them off.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    On the very rare times I’ve gone onto GOT and read some of their posts, I have to admit there are quite a few self effacing posters who, while they’d likely never admit it in public, realise just how bad they are. It’s a bit like Man City fans a few years ago before the money turned them into new era Chelsea plastics, there’s a pessimism that they’ll always find a way to screw up. You won’t find a “well done Liverpool” or “deserved win” anywhere mind, that’d be too much to expect, and yes, there are definitely the hard core haters who’d find some way to blame us for it raining if they could. Perhaps it’s a generational thing? The older bloos around my age (mid 60’s) who were actually around when they last had a good team, seem to be the least likely to be vitriolic, at least the ones I know aren’t, but the younger they are the more poisoned and less reasoned their views on us and them. The point made earlier that if they were to win, say, the League Cup then they’d have a different focus rather than us is a good one. Problem is, I wouldn’t even want them to lift that if I’m being honest. Best place for them is in the Championship, or out of business sadly, as I think the poison has ingrained itself so much there’s no point of return.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    No need really. They’ll take the slightest thing to use as a moral stick to beat us with, so why give them one? It’s giving them oxygen and I’d rather see them suffocate.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    There’s a lynching mob of Bloos running around town, looking for the cunt that chose them.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    The other (slightly out of focus) scarf looks like a Milan one, no?
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    Heysel

    R.I.P. the 39.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Shouldn’t someone take that shovel off them? It’s gone way beyond pathetic now. There might even be a humanitarian argument for us not to beat Spurs next week.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    Remember that ditty from the united fans when they were half decent? “We’ll do what we want, we’re Man Utd, we’ll do what we want”? Wonder what they’re thinking now the noisy neighbours are doing exactly that. Middle Eastern Oligarchs having a big dick contest at our expense. Makes you want to throw up.
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