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      The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread

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      heimdall
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread
      Reply #2725: Nov 06, 2019 09:08:55 pm
      Ederson just pulled a hami at HT replaced by Bravo

      Now we just need Sterling, Aguero and DeBruyne to get injured 😉
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread
      Reply #2726: Nov 06, 2019 09:39:49 pm
      Bravo sent off for City... 😂

      Waiting on VAR...

      & Red card.. 

      Walker in goal,.

      :lmao:

      Shame this ain’t Sunday..
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      Reply #2727: Nov 07, 2019 01:42:05 pm
      Well, this is giving City an unfair advantage, playing in a half full stadium just feels like home.

      https://twitter.com/DFletcherSport/status/1192158202009399296?s=19
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      Reply #2728: Nov 07, 2019 10:45:16 pm
      Now I know there is no chance of this happening but wouldn't it be hilarious. Look at Walkers face!!!  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:





       :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At Man City Thread
      Reply #2729: Today at 06:25:32 pm
      Guardiola making an absolute show of himself yesterday was almost as pleasing as the result.

      The scream to the sky was especially funny.
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      Reply #2730: Today at 06:40:25 pm
      Guardiola making an absolute show of himself yesterday was almost as pleasing as the result.

      The scream to the sky was especially funny.

      Bald fraud
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      Reply #2731: Today at 06:40:49 pm
      Guardiola making an absolute show of himself yesterday was almost as pleasing as the result.

      The scream to the sky was especially funny.

      Had a smidgen of respect for the man until yesterday. Acting like a petulant spoilt brat on the line all game. Tosser
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      Reply #2732: Today at 07:20:11 pm
      Had a smidgen of respect for the man until yesterday. Acting like a petulant spoilt brat on the line all game. Tosser

      He’s never come up against an opponent like our mighty reds before that’s why.

      Think we have his number big time, Klopp’s style of play seems perfectly opposed to counter Pep’s but Pep would never change his fundamentals (which I respect to be fair). Think he has many a sleepless night about us.
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      Reply #2733: Today at 07:46:03 pm
      He’s never come up against an opponent like our mighty reds before that’s why.

      Think we have his number big time, Klopp’s style of play seems perfectly opposed to counter Pep’s but Pep would never change his fundamentals (which I respect to be fair). Think he has many a sleepless night about us.

      He has history when it comes to sarcastic applauding. He did it to his side's own doctor at Bayern after another of his players went down injured in a match. Doctor was given the boot but said doctor is now back at the club.

      Read a paper article recently where those who worked with him called him a narcissist who lacks the compassion and human touch that other managers like Klopp had. Apparently he sees his players as pawns in his own ruthless determination to win.

      It's that kind of self obsessed attitude that has led him to only managing clubs with bucket loads of cash and already established hegemonies in their respective leagues.

      That lack of romanticism and ambition sets him apart from Klopp.

      There is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in the tale of a bang average German defender taking a barely professional team and building it from the bottom up as Jürgen did at Mainz.

      And there is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in the tale of a financially desolate sleeping giant, recharging them on a minimal budget and becoming the most entertaining side in Europe as Jürgen did at Dortmund.

      There is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in breathing fire back into the life of Britain and Europe's most iconic club and creating superstars from scratch as Jürgen is doing at Liverpool.

      Jürgen's career is like the save every Football Manager player wants to have. It's pure, authentic and fairy tale like.

      Pep? A career and trophy cabinet bankrolled by dodgy billions and corporate dominance...and one very special player (Messi). Send him down to a club the level of Mainz or where Dortmund were 12 years ago and he wouldn't achieve half of what Jürgen achieved.

      It's not a debate about who's the better manager. Anyone with a proper understanding of football would know that. Jürgen is simply the best.
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      Reply #2734: Today at 08:21:13 pm
      He has history when it comes to sarcastic applauding. He did it to his side's own doctor at Bayern after another of his players went down injured in a match. Doctor was given the boot but said doctor is now back at the club.

      Read a paper article recently where those who worked with him called him a narcissist who lacks the compassion and human touch that other managers like Klopp had. Apparently he sees his players as pawns in his own ruthless determination to win.

      It's that kind of self obsessed attitude that has led him to only managing clubs with bucket loads of cash and already established hegemonies in their respective leagues.

      That lack of romanticism and ambition sets him apart from Klopp.

      There is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in the tale of a bang average German defender taking a barely professional team and building it from the bottom up as Jürgen did at Mainz.

      And there is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in the tale of a financially desolate sleeping giant, recharging them on a minimal budget and becoming the most entertaining side in Europe as Jürgen did at Dortmund.

      There is far greater beauty and greatness to be found in breathing fire back into the life of Britain and Europe's most iconic club and creating superstars from scratch as Jürgen is doing at Liverpool.

      Jürgen's career is like the save every Football Manager player wants to have. It's pure, authentic and fairy tale like.

      Pep? A career and trophy cabinet bankrolled by dodgy billions and corporate dominance...and one very special player (Messi). Send him down to a club the level of Mainz or where Dortmund were 12 years ago and he wouldn't achieve half of what Jürgen achieved.

      It's not a debate about who's the better manager. Anyone with a proper understanding of football would know that. Jürgen is simply the best.

      I remember that incident with the Doc being in the news. Disgraceful treatment.

      Pep takes already very good teams to new levels of consistency. But he does it with massive resources, the only team previously able to match that level of consistency was Madrid, who aren’t shy of a few quid and had a prime Ronaldo available to drive them forward and a manager in Maureen who knows how to get under the skin of his rivals.

      Jürgen though, he doesn’t go in for all the rubbish getting under people’s skin, doesn’t have the same level of resources, doesn’t buy the best players and yet he has taken us to 3 consecutive European finals, a league cup final, took us to an insane level of consistency achieving 97 points, won a Champions league and now, somehow, seems to have taken us to a new level this season which seemed nearly impossible. And he has had his doubters Jürgen, from Dutch doctors to armchair pundits, to the ludicrous ‘nearly man’ shouts after losing to Madrid. It feels like not only are we at our peak, but Jürgen is at his peak and we are achieving together.

      I’ve said for a while, this is the best Liverpool team I’ve ever seen. But I’m starting to increasingly think it is the best team I’ve ever seen full stop. We are incredible and it’s amazing to experience this and it’s down to that man Jürgen.

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