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Shooter in the Motor

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    Well, there's a surprise. Bjornebye has found a reason to have a wank.
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    Terry Terry/Lizzie Birdsworth’s Wrinkled Chopper/Dr Nowt/Justice Negs

    I hope none of this means that I am a cunt. But I am a cunt. You don't have to be a cunt to be a cunt, but I am definitely a cunt. I hope this makes things clearer. Bunch of cunts.
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    Surely if someone specifically asks for your advice it wouldn't be turned down. Your choice obviously and hopefully this doesn't mean you will leave the forums. Again your choice obviously.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    It will be great when we sign two players with the same name from the same team and both almost signed for Watford. Wait a second...
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    I look forward to the inevitable 'sneering tit' comments...
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    Leeds relegated

    The offside calls on VAR will take quite a while to confirm. The referee is certain to take a look on the side of the pitch to ensure the decision is correct and then there will be clamour for 4K screens to be installed all around the stadium. This is the shitness of modern football.
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    Leeds relegated

    She'd get a game.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    At 19 a footballer is still learning so much that to reward a player who is still developing is going to cause more harm than good. Van Dijk surely must have been a similar player at that age and he was still playing for Celtic and Southampton in his mid 20s.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    They will ruin him.
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    Quiz question

    Who the fuck is that and what Premier League team did he play for?
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    Glasgow Celtic.

    I guess it depends on how much you have in your pocket when you come out.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    That will be £800 million please. How would you like to pay?
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    It takes a couple of minutes to get used to the animation style but it's an outstanding film, by a country mile the best spiderman film made. Its not even close and the authentic comic book touches like the Comics Code Authority seal is absolutely top drawer. Watched it twice now and that's not nearly enough times.
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    Tottenham Hotspur (N) 1/6/19 Champions League Final

    https://www.planetfootball.com/quick-reads/the-nine-times-klopp-and-pochettino-have-faced-off-at-liverpool-and-spurs/ Liverpool and Tottenham have faced off nine times with Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino in charge, with the biggest clash yet to come. Not many would have expected the two to be playing one another in a Champions League final, not least when they lost the first legs of the semi-finals to Barcelona and Ajax, but remarkable comebacks will have them both believing fate is on their side. Form is very much with Liverpool, though, while Klopp has enjoyed an edge over his Spurs counterpart. In nine games, it’s been four wins, four draws, and one defeat for the German. We look back on those games here. Spurs 0-0 Liverpool (Oct 2015) Klopp’s debut game at Liverpool, a visit to White Hart Lane in the league, turned out to be something of a damp squib. Spurs produced a fine defensive performance and created enough chances to have won it. The away support came armed with flags in support of their new manager, while the team looked immediately more energetic, running more than in any other game up to that point. Their back four that day was Nathaniel Clyne, Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho and Alberto Moreno. How times change. Liverpool 1-1 Spurs (Apr 2016) Spurs found themselves surprisingly chasing league leaders Leicester, but a failure to win at Anfield saw them fall seven points behind the Foxes with six games to go. Harry Kane’s superb finish on the hour mark cancelled out Philippe Coutinho’s opener ten minutes before. The hosts were still floundering in midtable at the time. Spurs 1-1 Liverpool (Aug 2016) In his first full season in charge, Klopp enjoyed a good start as Liverpool beat Arsenal 4-3 away in an opening day thriller, before taking a good point from White Hart Lane. James Milner gave the Reds the lead from the penalty spot after Erik Lamela fouled Coutinho in the box, but didn’t get the win as Danny Rose equalised 20 minutes from full-time. Liverpool 2-1 Spurs (Oct 2016) After three deadlocked games between Klopp and Pochettino, there was finally a breakthrough in the League Cup, with both managers heavily rotating their teams. A Liverpool side featuring Marko Grujic, Ovie Ejaria and debutant Trent Alexander-Arnold came out on top with a brace from Daniel Sturridge, while a first goal from the struggling Vincent Jansson, struck from the penalty spot, wasn’t enough to claw it back. Liverpool 2-0 Spurs (Feb 2017) This was an important win for Liverpool, who were battling for a first top-four finish under Klopp. Both sides qualified for the Champions League in the end, but were some way off the runaway leaders Chelsea. Sadio Mane scored in the 16th and 18th minutes, and from there they saw the game out relatively comfortably as Dele Alli, Son Heung-Min and Kane struggled for chances. This was a hint of things to come for Liverpool, with a man of the match performance from Mane, defensive solidity, and good displays in midfield from Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum. Spurs 4-1 Liverpool (Oct 2017) Pochettino’s only win over Klopp win was an emphatic one at Wembley. Kane, Son and Alli were rampant on this occasion, all getting on the scoresheet, with Mohamed Salah’s strike midway through the first half only proving a consolation. A nightmare game for Dejan Lovren and generally a horrorshow at the back, this was the kind of defensive shambles that forced them into spending big on Virgil van Dijk. Liverpool 2-2 Spurs (Feb 2018) A good game with an absolutely f*cking bonkers ending. The hosts looked to be heading for all three points as they defended an early lead given to them by Salah, before a thunderb*stard from Victor Wanyama levelled things up on 80 minutes. From there, things exploded into life. Spurs thought they’d be on for a big win at Anfield when Kane was awarded a penalty shortly after, but Loris Karius saved the spot-kick he’d given away. Salah then scored a brilliant solo goal in injury time, before Kane equalised with pretty much the last kick of the game. He made no mistake with his second penalty, awarded after Van Dijk collided with Lamela. Spurs 1-2 Liverpool (Sep 2018) The Reds made it five wins from five at Wembley, underlining their new status as title contenders with a solid performance. Goals from Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino gave the visitors a deserved two-goal lead, which could have been more after creating a multitude of chances. But they somehow nearly threw it away. Lamela got one back in injury time, and Son was unfortunate not to be given a penalty in the dying seconds. Liverpool 2-1 Spurs (Mar 2019) The most recent meeting between the two sides was a closely contested match and a draw would have been a fair reflection of the balance of play. But Hugo Lloris’ late error, with Toby Alderweireld unable to do anything about the touch that took the ball into his own net, was one of several big, late dramatic moments that saw Liverpool take the relentless title race with Man City right down to the wire.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Liverpool are reportedly looking to sign Joao Pedro from Fluminense even though the Brazilian youngster has already agreed to join Watford. Globoesporte claims that Fluminense agreed to sell the 17-year-old to Watford last year, but that the Anfield club has since made enquiries after the young Brazilian forward caught their eye. The agreed deal with the Hornets is not binding due to the striker’s young age, although Watford would be due compensation if the move did fall through. The Vicarage Road outfit have worked the Brazilian market well in recent times, with Richarlison brought in for £11.2m and then sold to Everton for £40m a year later. However, the report added that a third party could approach the Brazilian side and pay the compensation on top of their own offer to sign the talented youngster.