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  1. Timão

    David moyes

    I actually don't mind West Ham, used to love going to Upton Park, proper ground for a proper football club with proper fans and loved the bit of tension in the air in the surrounding area. Now they´re in an Athletic stadium, with cunts as owners and Moyes as manager. Can't really get much worse.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    English is not his strong point, then?
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    Firmino didn't actually didn't strike me as particularly religious, Alison lets it hang out at every opportunity when he is back in Brazil. Best to ignore it.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    To be fair, the really religious evangelicals fanatics I know in Brasil are usually the worst behaved and those with most affairs etc., starting from the Fascist President downwards.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    That article is pure comedy gold, reading highly recommended. They have really taken this well, with a bit of luck it might just push them over the edge.
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    Worst you've ever felt after a defeat?

    Coventry in 1997 at home which essentially cost us the league that year will stay with me until we win the bloody thing. The lad who had the ST next to me cried. Cup final 1996, though more anger than anything else. Utterly gutless. Getting to Euston after the game to be greeted by loads of Mancs who obviously did not hang around to see the trophy presentation was odd. Europa League final 2016. You can lose finals but you should never have regrets. I still have regrets about that one. That second half was something else. Likewise CL Final 2018. Just a bad, bad day. PSG in 1997 was dreadful...,,my first European away and one of the worst, though the day in Paris itself was fun.
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    FIFA Club World Cup 2019

    If we travel over there with a full team and take it seriously, we'll win it. Flamengo will certainly take it seriously, it's a big, big thing in Brasil. They are, by domestic Brasilian standards, a really good side with a lot of experience. If we don't take it seriously, which would be perfectly understandable, they'll win it.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    This. I absolutely despise them, always have. When I lived in Liverpool they were already a bitter bunch of horrible bastards. Their pain at our success gives me no end of pleasure.
  9. Brazilian's 'do' emotion very well
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    Philippe Coutinho

    That about covers it.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    What would Everton or their fans know about 'top level football'?
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    You have never watched football in Brasil. Standards in England have gotten worse, yes, but there is a LONG way to go before they reach rock-bottom!!
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    Philippe Coutinho

    In no way would I defend him here but, having lived in Brasil for 10 years now, Brazilians are the personal embodiment of emotion and get emotional just about for anything...so for him to be crying after that goal would not be that unusual under normal circumstances either. He'll be gone next summer and I suspect that, once back and back up to speed, he'll do ok here for the rest of the season simply because, with the World Cup on the horizon, he'll have to play well to get a start for his country.
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    Other football 2016/17.

    Gundogan was injured, maybe still is, but, when fit, he is pure quality. Dortmund missed him badly once he constantly got injured after the 2012/13 season.