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    Mohamed Salah

    Do you know who Klopp is going to replace your nephew with yet?
  2. Says the fella who, in creating a thread about his favourite team in Glasgow, misnamed his favourite team in Glasgow.
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    Spurs (H) Premier League - 16/12/20 - 20:00

    As far as I'm concerned, the eye gouging thing should make him ineligible to work (was going to say in football, but fuck it, down the cafe, or sweeping streets) in this country. What an absolute cunt of a thing to do. My TV signal was alright, but after about 15 minutes died... Couldn't get it back on at all. So I watched on my phone and that was great throughout.
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    Spurs (H) Premier League - 16/12/20 - 20:00

    On the Spurs goal, did the pass go through cleanly to Son or did it deflect off the Spurs player in between? Only saw it the once & thought it deflected through - could be completely wrong of course. VAR didn’t seem interested in that...
  5. I’ve stopped already. Ditched SKY & BT Sport in the pandemic & I watch most Liverpool games on an app - but didn’t even bother with this one. Haven’t watched an FA Cup game we’ve not been in for a while. Same for League Cup. I couldn’t even tell you who the current Champions of Europe are... When it’s allowed I’ll be going back to Irish League football.
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    VAR Thoughts?

    I’d give them 10 seconds to prove it wrong & then it goes with on field decision. If you can’t figure it out then it’s not clear & obvious, is it.
  7. His ability to step forward with the ball when you think to yourself he's boxed in, is brilliant. His passion & desire is top notch too. As for last night, just so good. I was thinking last night that all these kids in the team must have really lowered the average age of the starting XI, but it didn't really. Was surprised to see Kelleher is 22! He's got years to learn under Allison though, so all good. Jones' ability on the ball is brilliant. I think he still has a tendency to take a touch too many but he will get better at that. I missed the first ten minutes, so didn't see Neco's booking, but what I saw he was great. He's had a tough beginning to first team football and he'll make other mistakes, but he'll grow from those. These last two games, against quality opposition, he's really stood up & delivered though. Future is bright.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    “Joe crawled to the prison canteen through five-hundred yards of shit smelling foulness I can't even imagine, or maybe I just don't want too. Five-Hundred yards... that's the length of five football fields, just shy of half a mile.”
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    Fans back in stadiums

    The recent NI v Slovakia playoff was held at Windsor park (capacity 18,000) with just over 1,000 spectators. It was surreal. Yeah you can get in to it in a way but it’s not the same as a full house by any stretch.
  10. I am pretty sure the international schedule returns to two games per cycle in the spring when WC Qualifying begins.
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    Thiago Alcantara

    Agree completely. It’s a huge game in that regard.
  12. That's my wonder about it all... he's not going to turn them in to championship contenders (read that either way) so it must purely be for money? Arsenal had bit of a blind spot on defence for a decade under Wenger... seemed to buy an Attacking Midfielder every year whilst the back four were awful.
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    Summer 2020 Transfer Thread

    I personally think that's about the gist of it... unless the club want to offer something extra-ordinary to make him change his mind. Which is unlikely. I suspect he's walking on a free, but everyone is reasonably relaxed about it.
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    Naby Keita

    He has a lovely style on the ball, moves so smoothly across the turf whilst controlling it. I thought he was really good last night - in a really good team performance. Good to have choices.
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    I was getting a Canadian feed last night, and it had Ian Drury (I think) & Jim Beglin on (Ian Wright & Michael Owen were in the studio apparently, but I don't bother with the non-football bits any more). I thought it was a reasonably decent effort. A bit for both sides.