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      LFC Player Threads / Re: Joe Gomez Player Thread
      « Last post by vulcan_red on Nov 16, 2019 08:04:09 pm »
      I haven't played for England, although if I did I imagine I would get booed : ), Joe will hopefully not be too upset given he knows they're yobs. It would be different if it were in the Coliseum and they were booing and what followed was a 'thumbs down' because thats serious but Jimmy 5 bellies and his mates booing means literally nothing.
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      The Olympia / Re: The Count to a million Thread
      « Last post by gopher on Nov 16, 2019 07:23:29 pm »
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      The Kop / Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      « Last post by Harrisimo on Nov 16, 2019 07:03:51 pm »
      To be fair I dont hate Sterling. Dont like his diving and cynical fouls and I can see right through the bad boy turned good act he and his people have been trying to portray the last 18 months, but that's just a matter of mild irritation.

      Hes gone on to do really well for City and his end product is a lot better than the laughable finishing he produced for us in his younger days. (Shooting beyond 6 yards is still pretty tame mind).

      But I dont think we are any worse off for selling him, and even now hes scoring and assisting goals and lifting lots of silverware, I dont think he makes our best XI to be honest.

      I don't hate anybody in footie Sterling included. As for the scrap I think that Sterling might've just had the impression he - and City- thinks he is untouchable and good on Southgate for taking him down a peg or two.Some in the game did not realise the issue, it wasn't a 50-50 training ground bust up, it was all Sterling with Joe doing nothing wrong.And it had to be addressed and it has been.

      Still Joe got it in the neck from the ignorant fans in Wembley.
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      The Olympia / Re: The Count to a million Thread
      « Last post by zz19a on Nov 16, 2019 06:40:55 pm »
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      Jamie Caragher has started his own one called The Greatest Game. E1 was with Thierry Henry, E2 Paddy McGuiness (I haven't bothered) and most notably, and for me a brilliant listen, E3 is with our captain, Jordan Henderson. Great insights into his career under Roy Keane for Sunderland ressies, to Brendan trying to flog him to Fulham and then up to now. Free podcast by the way.

      It's one that I'll add to my rotation next time I get down to single digits left to listen to, as my job lets me get at least seven hours of podcast listening in a day.

      How Did This Get Made is a really funny film podcast that has got better and better recently.

      I added Tea With Alice and Drink Women Solving Crime to my rotation recently. The former, despite being fronted by a very funny comedian, is one that is quite often serious in nature and can discuss some very heavy topics. The latter is much lighter fare and is one of the highlights of my week.

      Also a short out for Behind The Bas**rds which treads lightly on the toes of my favourite podcast, which I'll be seeing a live show of next week, The Dollop. Although a warning, listening to these two back to back can occasionally leave you despairing of humanity.
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      Jamie Caragher has started his own one called The Greatest Game. E1 was with Thierry Henry, E2 Paddy McGuiness (I haven't bothered) and most notably, and for me a brilliant listen, E3 is with our captain, Jordan Henderson. Great insights into his career under Roy Keane for Sunderland ressies, to Brendan trying to flog him to Fulham and then up to now. Free podcast by the way.
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      The Olympia / Re: The Count to a million Thread
      « Last post by gopher on Nov 16, 2019 05:40:03 pm »
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      No thanks,gave it 30 seconds saw it lasts for 45 minutes.
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