Did Rafa sleep with your wife ?
I don't care who he sleeps with, as men's sleeping arrangements are no interest to me. This is a football discussion, and in football terms, what he's doing now is equivalent to sleeping with the enemy.
Owen won us a cup on his own, yet his achievements here were airbrushed out of history for just doing what Ince did before him, in reverse. This is just as bad imo, arguably worse, as unlike with Owen or Ince, he didn't have to do it, he knew the response he was going to get from both sides of the city, which he got, but he still went and did it anyway.
It must be different in Manchester to liverpool because you are wrong mate. Maybe it’s because in liverpool it’s quite common to have mixed families whereas in Manchester I don’t think that’s a thing really.
But our main rivalry is with united, not Everton.
Everton hate us far more than we hate them. We’re their only rival whereas we have several. The derby is everything to them, it’s their World Cup final. Honestly, I know some blues who would settle for mid table every single season if it meant they won the derby. They only care about us.
I don’t think there’s many reds who cause trouble at the match but united is the one team I could imagine some reds possibly getting carried away involved in trouble. You wouldn’t get that against Everton either.
Trust me, if a player or ex player, or manager or ex manager went to united it’s unforgivable. With Everton it’s not liked, but tolerated.
Put it this way when rafa comes to anfield I’ll sing his name.
So you'll sing his name if he wants to beat us with one club, but not another?
You must understand that whenever he turns up here in the away dugout, he is an opponent of this club, he is sitting there to get a result for his team, and his only priority atm is the same as theirs. Beat LFC. And we're expected to sing his name in that case? Sorry, but I won't be doing it anyway.
It's still great to see when fans of both sides would walk to derby games and watch them with no segregation, in an era when hooliganism at grounds was rife. That doesn't happen now, as the ticketing arrangements don't allow it. But the atmosphere has definitely deteriorated in recent years, and if they're prepared to keep using Heysel and Hillsborough as banter, it's probably best nowadays to keep them as far away from us as possible.