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    Mane: I am very happy in the Premier League 

    By kick off tonight at least one of the clickbait sites will advertise that interview as "Mane wants to emulate his hero and be a Barca player next season". And fuckwits will read it and believe it.
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    Andrew Robertson

    Cockmastery at its finest.
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    Andrew Robertson

    Hoose !
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    Drugs

    A few tinnies of a Saturday night then get the Volcano vape out when the kids are out of the picture. Did loads of acid and speed in my early twenties, fuck that sitting up all night shit nowadays ! The smoking side of it puts me right off now, hence the vapouriser. Far cleaner and better effects too.
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    Wasp...

    I've kept spiders and snakes in the past, but these yellow and black striped jersey wearing pointy arsed little bastards are one creature I cannot bear. I've got scar tissue on one arm where a wasp stung me repeatedly as a young boy and it went sceptic. My brother ended up with a wasp nest in his loft that was 4 feet across, and the guy who came to deal with it told him "when you leave for work in the morning, don't slam the door. And FUCKING RUN". He wasn't joking either, these fuckers go mad to protect their nest and enough stings can cause the body to go into shock. I've stood on a dead wasp and the cunt still stung my foot. Spiteful,baleful horrible little bastards. What part do they play in the ecological chain ? Isn't this one species that the planet would benefit from having wiped out ?
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    Alisson Becker

    Shit post, must do better.
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    Tommy Smith

    My heart sank when I saw the thread title. I still remember an interview with a young Paul Mariner of Ipswich (?) when Tommy was getting towards the latter stage of his career, and Mariner said "he's a smashing player, getting tackled by him is like getting hit by a runaway coal truck !". Underrated as a player, his header in 1977 had me diving off the couch screaming like a fucking loon. I am genuinely gutted tonight, what an absolute fucking downer to start the weekend. Thanks for the memories Tommy, you will be sadly missed.
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    Can: Training under Klopp was difficult

    I find the thing about the work ethic a tad surprising, but it's what separates the elite players from the rest. That drive to continually improve and push themselves to the limit. I don't think Can likes to be pushed out of his comfort zone, so he's more Emre Won't than Emre Can. We haven't missed him, apart from those glossy locks.
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    Mohamed Salah

    Results would suggest otherwise. But I agree with the general point being made. If Salah was playing to the same incredible standard he was last season we would probably be top of the table and 3 or more points clear to boot.
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    Southampton (A) 5/4/2019

    When Keita equalized it was like he'd just found a fresh turd in his breakfast. Cunt of a man.
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    Stop fucking about, Stig.

    And shite floats.
  12. Usual quality read and you're spot on about Still Game, it's fucking ace. Try their earlier stuff, Chewin the Fat. Some of that is fucking hilarious. Something to watch during these poxy international football breaks which are about as welcome as a morning after curry fart in a spacesuit.
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    Klopp: We kept our nerve when it counted

    Like a big red cotton bud.
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    Liverpool 4 Burnley 2 (Mar 10 2019)

    Keep the pressure heaped on them while they've got a more hectic schedule than us. At some stage that run of games they have is going to take some sort of toll and they'll have a bit of a lull somewhere. Especially after midweek European games. As long as we take care of our end of the business, we live in hope that at least a couple of their opponents grow a fucking pair and at least have a go back at them. The harder it's made for those cunts, the better for us. And the resurgence of the Salford cunts could have come at a handy time for us too. I can't see the Goblin's mob taking their foot off the gas because they'd prefer their noisy neighbours to win it. Quite the opposite. They'll fancy their chances too. Who'd ever have thought we'd be cheering those fuckers on in a match ?
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    Premier League Round Up (Mar 2-3 2019)

    Love the way you dealt with the United game Dave. As it should be.
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    Fabinho

    Man v boy. Boy lost, hilariously. Midfield at the moment is Fab, Gini plus one other. Steel fist with a velvet glove. Hopefully next season that third slot will be Keita, with him starting to produce the goods the way Fabinho is.
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    Man Utd (A) Sun 24/2/19

    To quote Life of Brian, "you lucky bastard".......
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    Liverpool 0 Bayern Munich 0 (Feb 19 2019)

    I don't think we missed Van Dijk in defence as much as we missed Fabinho in midfield. Spot on report Dave, and I also see nothing to be shitting ourselves about in the return leg. Bring on Sunday.......
  19. His calmness in midfield and his passing could be the difference when we head to Bayern next month. Van Dijk's return not only solidifies the defence but it allows Fabinho to return to his natural position. It'll be interesting to see who gets the midfield slots against the cunts at the weekend. You'd think at the moment that Gini and Fab would be nailed on starters, leaving Keita and Henderson to fight for the remaining slot.
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    Happy Birthday Carvalho Diablo

    Happy birthday lad. Head down mindless drinking to ensue......
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    Gordon Banks

    One of my heroes when I was growing up, I actually fractured my collar bone at the tender age of 5 copying one of his flying saves. I only wanted to be a goalkeeper because of him, I absolutely idolised him. A class of his own as a player, and by all accounts as a man too. Genuinely saddened tonight by this news, the term legend is used far too commonly these days, but Banks personifies it completely.
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    Liverpool 3 Bournemouth 0 (Feb 9 2019)

    The fucking cock has managed to erase the 18 yard line. Rabid BlooShite behaviour that.
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    Liverpool 1 Leicester 1 (Jan 30 2019)

    That's a red all day long and twice on Sunday. Slabhead knew it too, the relief on his face when only a yellow was waved at him was clearly visible.
  24. What reality is that ? That we've improved massively as a team ? That we've got a top class manager and a quality defence to build on ? You keep up with the doom, gloom and self flagellation lad. I'll see things as they are thanks.
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