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      Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion

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      Re: Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #475: May 15, 2019 01:39:45 pm
      Am the same mate..watched nothing else....even on FB news feed I scroll down slowly and if I even see a hint of light blue, I scroll through quickly and close my eyes. Still haven't watched those Cu*ts lift last years or this years Trophies! Can't stand the thought of it!
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      Re: Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #476: May 15, 2019 06:56:05 pm
      Am the same mate..watched nothing else....even on FB news feed I scroll down slowly and if I even see a hint of light blue, I scroll through quickly and close my eyes. Still haven't watched those Cu*ts lift last years or this years Trophies! Can't stand the thought of it!

      I have avoided all local News here in the North West just cant stand to see the dirty cheating Manc scum revel in the success paid for with dirty money
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      Re: Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #477: May 15, 2019 07:15:04 pm
      It was an end of season performance, and we did well to win the game in the end. Inevitably, in our last league game without VAR, a serious refereeing error was made. That chapter of our sport has now finally closed, and we have the protection of VAR in all competitive games from now on. I still believe the incompetent decision to disallow the valid Mane goal at Arsenal cost us two valuable points that night. I know what it's like for us to win the league and after everything we've put in, it's difficult for me to fall short as we have. The younger generation must be devastated that another year has gone by without it. 

      But we will remember all those teams after Christmas who made little or no attempt to give City a proper game. Some were hopelessly out of their depth, others rested players, while others had the ability and the firepower to do us a favour, but no motivation.

      But the show must go on. The fixture list is out in just over 4 weeks, and a brand new schedule awaits. The timing of the games v City will be key. No doubt Sky will want the second one in April, to plug it every 5 minutes. City have been away on the final day for the past 4 years, we have been at home the past 3, so it is likely to switch around next May. We will get at least 90 points, probably 95. Drop 15 points though, and we're probably waiting another year for the title to come home. It will come home. Eventually.

      In the meantime, we can be proud of and celebrate what we have achieved. 30 wins, 7 draws, 89 goals, +67 gd, 97 points, the POTY, the Golden Glove, the best defence in the league.

      The European Cup Final, the European run, securing European Cup football next season, 40 unbeaten home league games going, beating the mancs at home for the first time in 5 years, beating the mancs and Everton at home in the same season for the first time in 5 years, winning the first 6 games, winning the last 9 games, scoring 5 at home three times, the comebacks, the last minute wins, and more and more and more.

      We now play games in every month of the year. June sees the European Cup Final, July is pre-season, and in August it's time to do it all again. It will come round again soon enough.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #478: May 16, 2019 10:24:52 am
      It was an end of season performance, and we did well to win the game in the end. Inevitably, in our last league game without VAR, a serious refereeing error was made. That chapter of our sport has now finally closed, and we have the protection of VAR in all competitive games from now on. I still believe the incompetent decision to disallow the valid Mane goal at Arsenal cost us two valuable points that night. I know what it's like for us to win the league and after everything we've put in, it's difficult for me to fall short as we have. The younger generation must be devastated that another year has gone by without it. 

      But we will remember all those teams after Christmas who made little or no attempt to give City a proper game. Some were hopelessly out of their depth, others rested players, while others had the ability and the firepower to do us a favour, but no motivation.

      But the show must go on. The fixture list is out in just over 4 weeks, and a brand new schedule awaits. The timing of the games v City will be key. No doubt Sky will want the second one in April, to plug it every 5 minutes. City have been away on the final day for the past 4 years, we have been at home the past 3, so it is likely to switch around next May. We will get at least 90 points, probably 95. Drop 15 points though, and we're probably waiting another year for the title to come home. It will come home. Eventually.

      In the meantime, we can be proud of and celebrate what we have achieved. 30 wins, 7 draws, 89 goals, +67 gd, 97 points, the POTY, the Golden Glove, the best defence in the league.

      The European Cup Final, the European run, securing European Cup football next season, 40 unbeaten home league games going, beating the mancs at home for the first time in 5 years, beating the mancs and Everton at home in the same season for the first time in 5 years, winning the first 6 games, winning the last 9 games, scoring 5 at home three times, the comebacks, the last minute wins, and more and more and more.

      We now play games in every month of the year. June sees the European Cup Final, July is pre-season, and in August it's time to do it all again. It will come round again soon enough.

      Its swings and roundabouts though with VAR, for example Mane's second goal against Wolves was offside and I'm sure we had a few other goals this season which were offside, but overall I look forward to VAR as we are a very honest team and I think that we'll benefit from extra refereeing.
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      Re: Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #479: May 16, 2019 11:52:44 pm
      VAR is not swings and roundabouts, VAR proves that a goal or major decision is correct. What we had before VAR is guesswork. I haven't questioned the validity of our last goal, and would have no objection to the decision being changed. In any case, we knew our fate at that point.

      Back in November it was a different story.   We do know the Arsenal game was one of the few we didn't get 3 points from, the Mane goal would be given with VAR. And we needed just two more points to bring the title home.

      From now on, referees can't say they missed something. They now have the resources and the power to get decisions right.

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