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  1. Wijnaldum, for me. Shaqiri was pretty good as well. Gomez, maybe, for third? Was a bit of a funny one - not that many were terrible, just that no one was actually good.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    Tell you what, it's gonna be really, really hard to take when we finish on 88 points and still finish 7 points shy of City, not even in the title race by the middle of April.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    Disappointing last goal from a Liverpool perspective, but it's still funny to see Mourinho losing his rag.
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    Transgender stuff - what's going on?

    I was very intrigued by the videos a few pages back from a couple of people with a lot of experience in the field talking specifically about the issue of kids transitioning. It seems utterly bizarre to me that you'd let a 14-year old say they're transgendered and then go for surgery and puberty blockers (which can all have a massive effect on health long-term, especially fertility) without so much as informing the parents what's going on! Had no idea it had gotten to that point. You can argue for balance and whatever but I think almost any objective observer would say that's a terrible idea and sure to massively backfire in the long run.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    ESPN says that Everton have asked about Origi's availability. I'd be OK with selling to them, actually. Origi is decent, but nothing better - about Everton's level if we're being honest. Still think he was foolish to turn down a move to Wolves. But Everton have been overpaying for players lately and if they're willing to do so again we should rinse them for all we can. Maybe get £25m or more, the way they throw money around.
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    All time Prem 11 - 442

    Suarez vs. Shearer is the old debate of peak vs. overall career. If you want "overall career," and you're only picking based on PL performances, well, it has to be Shearer. If you want who was better at his peak, it's easily Suarez, who for that two-year period dominated the league in a way that's rarely ever been seen. From about October 2013 to May 2014 you can make an argument he reached Messi-level of dominance. Never seen another player in the Premier League you could say that about.
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    Naby Keita

    I predict that a couple of years from now there are going to be a lot of posts from this thread being quoted in mockery.
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    Waiting for the next match

    That explains it, then. I now completely understand that these games are really vital and enthralling and completely worth the risk of injury to players being paid huge wages by their clubs.
  9. That may be his favourite song, but "The Creep" by Lonely Island was actually written as a tribute to him.
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    Waiting for the next match

    FIFA/UEFA: We heard you guys were having some fun.
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    Waiting for the next match

    Ban all international football. Can't be doing this waiting thing again.
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    January 2019 Transfer Thread

    Wait, what? You think a forward who will turn 30 before the end of the season is "coming into his peak years now"? He has already started the downslope. He's probably still pretty near his peak performance because he's not particularly dependent on speed, but he's definitely not going to get any better. And to get him here you'd have to give him a contract until he's at least 34, all the while he'd be declining in performance. Two years from now it would look like a huge mistake. Arnautovic would be a very Ed Woodward signing. Hopefully he'll do it in January for 50m or so and we can laugh at them as they continue to pay him 200k/week when he's 33 and 34.
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    Patriotism

    Hey, we killed Che Guevara AND Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, so never let it be said that Bolivia didn't contribute anything to the world!
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    Patriotism

    I have to admit I find patriotism, regardless of the country, to be weird. I know this is because of my rather unique background - born in Brasil, raised in Bolivia, then moved to America, then lived in England, and now in Russia - which means I'm not really "from" any of these places, but it's still a very strange thing to me when people have strong feelings about how great it is to come from wherever they come from. It always seems especially strange to me when the person in question takes credit for things they had nothing to do with, which is always especially pronounced among people who haven't led particularly noteworthy lives and so they glom onto the accomplishments of others they happen to share a passport with as their own. I suppose the closest I can come to understanding this is with sport, because I certainly will experience a similar feeling when Liverpool are successful, especially if I'm speaking with opposition fans. It's just about the only time in my life where I feel like I understand the tribalism that seems to be a really important factor in the lives of almost everyone around me.
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