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      Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion

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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #650: Apr 01, 2019 09:23:28 pm

      That's probably one of the best football photo's I've seen.

      His face, his f**king face  :lmao:

      I'm not generally one for schadenfreude but I've been laughing my arse off at this.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #651: Apr 01, 2019 09:24:28 pm
      What a bottle job from Klopp this season has been. His game management is so terrible

      Empty vessels make the most noise kidder............that post is like primal scream therapy.

      Silence is often the best policy.
      « Last Edit: Apr 01, 2019 09:59:44 pm by Scotia »
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #652: Apr 02, 2019 12:37:45 am
      Quote from LondonRed83
      I literally can not see where they will drop points. They’re just too good. It’s so f**king annoying.

      They only have to draw one game, and we're back in pole position.

      As well as the tough schedule they have, 3 of their last 4 games are away from home. Not every opponent they face will be as feeble as Fulham and Cardiff. We went into the last two games in 86 needing Everton to slip up. They did. In 1990, we needed Villa to surrender a 3-1 lead in the last 15 minutes, for us to win the title then, against QPR. They did.

      It's the run in. The pressure increases. So-called "bankers" can become "banana skins". Soft penalties, sitters missed, slip ups, red cards, own goals in the last minute, anything can happen. It takes 9 months to build a title challenge, but it can be over in 9 seconds flat. Everybody thought we wouldn't win this game with 5 minutes to go, people were leaving the ground, and saying things on message boards. We won and the future looks considerably brighter. That's the emotional rollercoaster of the run in.
      « Last Edit: Apr 02, 2019 12:48:45 am by lfc across the water »
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      Reply #653: Apr 02, 2019 02:04:04 am
      Here's some of our lot for the NBC prem league live thing down at Fenway.Still surprises me how many fans we get.I watched at home!
      https://twitter.com/i/status/1112428305485979648

      When I moved to St Louis I was shocked by how many people support Liverpool here. You go to a game at 6am and not kidding, there are easily 30-40 people watching the game at the bar.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #654: Apr 02, 2019 08:39:54 am
      I literally can not see where they will drop points. They’re just too good. It’s so f**king annoying.

      They have 3 games in 8 days, spuds and the manc derby, thats the obvious place to drop points.

      As has been said before, if we can get full points from southampton away and then the cheatski at home, I think its all good for us.
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      Reply #655: Apr 02, 2019 08:51:11 am
      Probably but you never know, I just feel there is a f**k up coming their way.
      So do I, but it's more likely to be in their tricky spell of matches, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley.
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      Reply #656: Apr 02, 2019 02:51:03 pm
      Teams simply gave city too mucb respect.  They are vulnerable at the back, if teams continue to pressure their defence, they will concede goals. take the ball deep into their box, that's the way to go, their defence will struggle to cope.
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      Reply #657: Apr 02, 2019 03:44:09 pm
      So do I, but it's more likely to be in their tricky spell of matches, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley.

      And Brendan's Leicester
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      Reply #658: Apr 02, 2019 04:03:20 pm
      Getting so nervous for me iv even went back on smokes after 10 years. Sum matches I cant watch lately my heart feels like it guna burst through my chest. I feel nervous n panicky. I'm even just watching odds on odds checker so I know if odds go down a lot lpool must have scored ffs. I don't no what's come over me 😂
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      Reply #659: Apr 02, 2019 04:06:23 pm
      Teams simply gave city too mucb respect.  They are vulnerable at the back, if teams continue to pressure their defence, they will concede goals. take the ball deep into their box, that's the way to go, their defence will struggle to cope.
      100 per cent correct. City are coming out seeing teams putting there reserve team out not willing to come out of there half. So there always under little pressure and with the quick interplay there very good at they eventually get through. Do a Swansea come out and attack put your best 11on field and ask them some questions. If you hammered well at least you had a go.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #660: Apr 02, 2019 04:17:43 pm
      I'm hoping rather than expecting city to slip up. Yeah spurs or united could nab a point but they'd need to play well. All we can do is win our games. Like mane said we can't afford any dropped points. Burnley or Cardiff wouldn't stop them if they had two keepers in goals. We need to win it this year as after all our near misses in cup finals and runners up spots  in past league campaigns. I can't bear the thought of sterling n guardiola smirking lifting that trophy in May.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #661: Apr 02, 2019 04:20:14 pm
      So do I, but it's more likely to be in their tricky spell of matches, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley.


      Putting all together, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley, Brendan's Leicester, Rafa’s Newcastle.

      Who’s the first to come out and say “I can’t see them dropping points.”? Say it with gusto! Come on... isn’t it city’s to lose? Tell me they won’t drop a single point. ;D
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #662: Apr 02, 2019 04:29:38 pm
      When I moved to St Louis I was shocked by how many people support Liverpool here. You go to a game at 6am and not kidding, there are easily 30-40 people watching the game at the bar.
       

      Numbers for the weekend total were over 12,500 showed up,over 7,000 for the 2 sunday games. I get it was a special event but it would be good if more folks showed up for regular games at the pubs,i dunno if The Cask and Flagon is even open for the soccer normally,might do now mind!Oh yeah The Revolution got under 11,000 for their game saturday afternoon. I don't watch the WWE but this guy  :action-smiley-035: :scarf: :kop5cf8koxp6: 

      https://twitter.com/i/status/1112375296450277376
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #663: Apr 02, 2019 04:31:53 pm
      I think they will drop points; they have a torrid April with some tough fixtures, plus CL and FA cup thrown in: -

      Cardiff (h)    03-Apr
      Brighton (n) 06-Apr (FA)
      Spurs (a)      09-Apr (CL)
      Palace (a)      14-Apr
      Spurs (h)      17-Apr (CL)
      Spurs (h)      20-Apr
      Man U (a)      24-Apr
      Burnley (a)   28-Apr

      That is a tough, intense schedule with very little rest between matches.  If City get through April unscathed, they deserve everything they get.
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      Reply #664: Apr 02, 2019 06:40:57 pm
      I think they will drop points; they have a torrid April with some tough fixtures, plus CL and FA cup thrown in: -

      Cardiff (h)    03-Apr
      Brighton (n) 06-Apr (FA)
      Spurs (a)      09-Apr (CL)
      Palace (a)      14-Apr
      Spurs (h)      17-Apr (CL)
      Spurs (h)      20-Apr
      Man U (a)      24-Apr
      Burnley (a)   28-Apr

      That is a tough, intense schedule with very little rest between matches.  If City get through April unscathed, they deserve everything they get.
      All the games here on in are Big... But 14th could be a make or break game against Chelsea... This game will see if we are is in with a chance of lifting the Title... Think over all City will have too much for Spurs, all rests with what Utd will do
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      Reply #665: Apr 03, 2019 08:04:57 am
      Putting all together, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley, Brendan's Leicester, Rafa’s Newcastle.

      Who’s the first to come out and say “I can’t see them dropping points.”? Say it with gusto! Come on... isn’t it city’s to lose? Tell me they won’t drop a single point. ;D

      This ♤♤♤♤♤♤........

      Just wondering if some City fan on 'bluemoon' has posted  a similar quote, if Pep is worried, and he is, then as sure as there's sh*t in a cat their fans will be worried too,
      Just ONE slip, a draw say opens the door that little bit wider for us, a defeat the door is f***in gaping, both kills it for them,
      We just need to make sure we don't drop any at all, Simples!!!!



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      Reply #666: Apr 03, 2019 09:56:44 am
      Putting all together, Palace, Spurs, Utd, Burnley, Brendan's Leicester, Rafa’s Newcastle.

      Who’s the first to come out and say “I can’t see them dropping points.”? Say it with gusto! Come on... isn’t it city’s to lose? Tell me they won’t drop a single point. ;D

      Palace still need points to make sure of their safety, old roy would love to help us too. :-)

      Spurs chasing top 4, massive game for both.

      Then the Manc Derby both needing teh points, the mancs even more now after losing last night.

      And then burnley away, always a tricky one, and then as you say Brendan & Rafa can do us a favour.

      City will drop points in some of those games,and u know what if they win them all, fair play to them.

      As others have said we just need to keep winning too, we cant afford to drop points either.
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      Reply #667: Apr 03, 2019 10:05:47 am
      Palace still need points to make sure of their safety, old roy would love to help us too. :-)

      Spurs chasing top 4, massive game for both.

      Then the Manc Derby both needing teh points, the mancs even more now after losing last night.

      And then burnley away, always a tricky one, and then as you say Brendan & Rafa can do us a favour.

      City will drop points in some of those games,and u know what if they win them all, fair play to them.

      As others have said we just need to keep winning too, we cant afford to drop points either.
      How can Rafa do us a favour; by not trying when we play Newcastle?
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #668: Apr 03, 2019 02:02:28 pm
      How can Rafa do us a favour; by not trying when we play Newcastle?

      ;D. your quite right, I was talking nonsense with that one. WTF.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #669: Apr 03, 2019 02:46:12 pm
      I think they will drop points; they have a torrid April with some tough fixtures, plus CL and FA cup thrown in: -

      Cardiff (h)    03-Apr
      Brighton (n) 06-Apr (FA)
      Spurs (a)      09-Apr (CL)
      Palace (a)      14-Apr
      Spurs (h)      17-Apr (CL)
      Spurs (h)      20-Apr
      Man U (a)      24-Apr
      Burnley (a)   28-Apr

      That is a tough, intense schedule with very little rest between matches.  If City get through April unscathed, they deserve everything they get.

      I agree, its a much harder run in for them than us AND if they go unbeaten then we'll just have to take our hat off to them and focus on next season
      BUT we will WIN, I really have a good vibe now after that late winner against Spurs, but we must play without fear and play more positive.
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      Reply #670: Apr 03, 2019 02:47:58 pm
      All the games here on in are Big... But 14th could be a make or break game against Chelsea... This game will see if we are is in with a chance of lifting the Title... Think over all City will have too much for Spurs, all rests with what Utd will do

      They may have enough against Spurs in a one-off game, but they play them 3 times together with all the other matches, that will drain them, irrespective of squad depth.
      I will be astonished if Citeh don't drop points some where.
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      Reply #671: Apr 03, 2019 03:11:10 pm
      They may have enough against Spurs in a one-off game, but they play them 3 times together with all the other matches, that will drain them, irrespective of squad depth.
      I will be astonished if Citeh don't drop points some where.

      You know what will happen, City will beat them in the league but Spurs will stop them winning one of the Champions League games...usually how our luck goes.
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      Reply #672: Apr 03, 2019 03:25:13 pm
      They may have enough against Spurs in a one-off game, but they play them 3 times together with all the other matches, that will drain them, irrespective of squad depth.
      I will be astonished if Citeh don't drop points some where.

      Do Spurs have key players out injured currently and would any make it back in time for the trifecta against City? because Spurs are a thin enough squad that if Poch has to use basically the same 11 every time out they'll be drained by the 3rd game and be rolled over by a much deeper team with fresher legs.
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      Reply #673: Apr 03, 2019 11:01:50 pm
      People keep saying fair play to City if they win their remaining games, they deserve to be Champions.

      No they f**king don't we do, would be so f**king cruel for us, after the Season we've had, to lose out to them when we have only had 1 loss all f**king season, with 6 games still to play.

      Citeh don't deserve sh*t, the Cu*ts! I hope they end up with the League Cup as their only prize this season.
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      Reply #674: Apr 04, 2019 12:44:14 am


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