You are a bit sarcastic here.
Me sarcastic? You clearly don't know me that well because sarcasm is the lowest form of wit and I'm far too educated to realise that this forum consists of some real f**king dimwits who wouldn't understand it and yes I do include you in that.
It's like you expect us to not drop points all season.
You've been on this forum how long? And you've only just twigged on that I don't expect us to drop any points. Hence why I include you in the dimwit category. I go into every game fully expecting Liverpool to win. Why? Because we're the biggest f**king club in the world.
We won't finish the season with a perfect 114 points.
You're one of those who can tell the future. Sound. And you know what, you may even be right. In fact it's almost certain that you are. But almost is certain enough. So while it's possible, you can bet every f**king penny you own that I'm gonna expect us to achieve it.
We can win the league with 100 points.
It's not a desire to drop points, it's more an expectation.
So you expect Liverpool not to win. Sound. That's the difference between you and I. I expect my club to win because I believe my club are better than anyone else. You expect us to drop points because you're a miserable c**t who would rather big up other clubs than the one it proclaims to support.
If Liverpool take 6 from both Chelsea and Man City, great
Only great? The way you and your miserable crew are going on, you'd think it'd be the biggest achievement in world football. And it wouldn't be great for you because you'd have nothing to sulk about. Though I'm sure you'd find something. You'd then sit there and go "these are the sort of games we do well in, it'll be a bigger test for us against Huddersfield and Cardiff"
but realistically we won't.
Do you really wanna talk about realism? Because if you knew anything about this club you'd know we defy realism on a f**king constant basis. Realistically after two of the biggest tragedies in football history Liverpool Football Club should of been, realistically
, down and out and yet both times we won the League the following year. After the biggest defect in a European Cup final at half time, Liverpool Football Club, realistically
, should of lost but we turned it around for the biggest f**king party known to any Scouser. When the greatest manager in the world resigned in 1974, Liverpool Football Club should of, realistically
, fell apart but instead we went on to be even better with an even better manager. When that great manager left Liverpool Football Club should of, realistically
, fell apart but instead we went on and won the unrealistic
treble in 1984. Then our third consecutive great manager leaves and realistically
that should of seen the end of our dominance, especially given we were using a player-manager which hardly works yet for Liverpool Football Club we done our first, and to date, only League and FA Cup double. And then during that our greatest ever goalscorer leaves to play in Italy and realistically
that should be impossible to replace but once again Liverpool Football Club defy realism and recreate themselves with their greatest ever side. Liverpool Football Club achieve a second unrealistic
treble in 2001. Liverpool Football Club let the best player in Europe go in 1977, which in the world of realism should spell the end for the club but being the club we are, we defy realism. We replace the best player in Europe with an even better one called Kenny Dalglish.
So here's a word of advice, shove your f**king realism up your arse. And as long as that's up there you might be able to stop talking through it then.
I back us to stay unbeaten, but some draws against top sides are inevitable.
Top sides like Everton, Watford, Burnley, Stoke, Newcastle and West Brom? Because we drew with all them last year despite them realistically
being games we should of won.
My desire is not for Liverpool to drop points.
Nah it clearly is. Even more so now so you can come on here with the "I told you so" bollocks.
Nah you're a tit. Don't confuse the two. Because as I've just pointed out to that other tit, realism doesn't really go well with my club.
And if you'd like to join the rest of us in reality that would be great.
If your reality is expecting and wanting Liverpool to drop points then I'll stay in mine. Because in my reality, the realism of a fan is to support their club. In your reality, your realism is to big up everybody else but the club your proclaim to support.
I think a lot of Liverpool fans would see four points out of six in two games against our closest title rivals as an excellent return.
Nah they wouldn't. People who say they support Liverpool might see it that way but actual fans would see it as two points dropped because we're Liverpool Football Club.
Can we win both? Absolutely.
Except you don't want us to. You're secretly hoping for two defeats so you can write us off completely then.
Would drawing one and winning one be a good return? Yes.
Nah it wouldn't. It'd be two points dropped.