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      The Kop / Re: Average players that you liked
      « Last post by AussieRed on Today at 05:28:49 am »
      The old “Beast” moniker.
      I thought he was useless
      He made the occasional last ditch tackle which always seemed to impress some, but to me you only make though tackles because you have already been beaten and have to scramble back.

      Yep. he proved me wrong!
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      The Kop / Re: The title race: Call it
      « Last post by Gill95 on Today at 05:27:31 am »


      Remember when we were 7 a head, then it became 5, then 4 now 3...
      Sorry to inform you that supporters being positive do not win games

      Yes, I do remember us being 7 ahead, and yes I don't expect us to win every f**king game on the horizon, because why? The players are human beings, they cannot play every match perfect.

      And yes, we were 7 points ahead because the city who don't seem to drop points lost 3 matches, LOL. Figure that out.
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      The Olympia / Re: The Count to a million Thread
      « Last post by zz19a on Today at 01:54:55 am »
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      The Kop / Re: Liverpool players you didn't like
      « Last post by lester76 on Today at 01:34:26 am »
      Might not sit well with many on here, but Steve Macman.
      He thought he was better than he was, also thought he was well hard bossing the midfield, but bottled it time and time again.
      Another one, Paul Ince. What did he like to be called ‘The Gaffer’ wasn’t it? Total pussy. F***ing manc w**ker.

      Controversial!
      Steve McMahon was brilliant for us I reckon.
      Loved him
      To me he is summed up by our win against Arsenal back in 88/89   His determination and skill to keep the ball in play and beat a man was fabulous.

      https://youtu.be/Km_LiiUMmxI
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      General Football Forum / Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      « Last post by JC16 on Today at 01:30:03 am »
      I think we'll get a point perhaps, but I'm not expecting much more than a point at old toilet. That's why the 4 points dropped to lower clubs was unacceptable. It was avoidable too.. we got left short in defence thanks to a bad winter window, but don't worry we made record revenue. FSG have their real trophy.

      Umm.  We are joint top with a game in hand.  Any points lost are going to be against lower teams 😜
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      The Kop / Re: Average players that you liked
      « Last post by lester76 on Today at 01:29:41 am »
      Mamoodoo Sakho ...don't know how to spell his first name, he's at Crystal Palace.

      When we signed him, thought he was going to be a Beast, The French Captain, big mudder f**ker who would make that backline his Bitch.

      I then changed my mind on him after I saw him play a few games, totally had no faith in him, was a calamity waiting to happen. He fu**ed up big time on that American pre season tour and that was the end of his LFC career.

      Had high hopes for him but they were dashed quickly.


      The old “Beast” moniker.
      I thought he was useless
      He made the occasional last ditch tackle which always seemed to impress some, but to me you only make though tackles because you have already been beaten and have to scramble back.
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      Media and Entertainment / Re: The Film Discussion Thread.
      « Last post by Frankly, Mr Shankly on Today at 12:50:41 am »
      Seen it on tv a few years back but decided to rewatch In The Name Of The Father tonight. It's impossible to find two harder hitting, gut wrenchingly emotional and angry performances than you would from Daniel Day Lewis and Pete Postlethwaite in that film. Shout out to Emma Thompson as well. What a film.
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      The Olympia / Re: The Count to a million Thread
      « Last post by gopher on Today at 12:19:54 am »
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      Sports / Re: Formula 1
      « Last post by racerx34 on Today at 12:05:19 am »
      Well, as F1 is now fully on PPV apart from the British GP, sadly I don't really care. I may watch the highlights.

      But seriously, I think this will depend on who can bend the rules long enough before getting caught. Mercedes seem to be very good at this, and catching others.

      Mercedes bent the rules long enough last season to leap frog Ferrari,
      and then the pressure on Ferrari did the rest.
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