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      Sterling v Gomez: Part 2

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      rossyred
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      Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Nov 11, 2019 10:33:28 pm
      Seems Joe has carried on his altercation with Sterling gwan Joe
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #1: Nov 11, 2019 11:46:26 pm
      Seems Joe has carried on his altercation with Sterling gwan Joe

      Just saw that. Sterling will not be considered for England's first game but remains with the squad. Maybe Joe did the coughcough *diver* coughcough bit.  :)

      It wasn't a penalty Raheem. Your team lost. Get over it.
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      Reply #2: Nov 11, 2019 11:57:29 pm
      Just saw that. Sterling will not be considered for England's first game but remains with the squad. Maybe Joe did the coughcough *diver* coughcough bit.  :)

      It wasn't a penalty Raheem. Your team lost. Get over it.


      Sounds like the whole squad were consulted, and the verdict of leaving Sterling out was supported by all.
      He really is a city player ain’t he.
      No F***ing Class 😁
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #3: Nov 12, 2019 01:35:01 am
      From The Telegraph:

      "Sterling and Gomez clashed at the end of Liverpool’s victory over Manchester City, but had appeared to make peace by later embracing.

      But Gomez was astonished when Sterling arrived at St George’s Park to meet up for England duty and immediately laid into him again and, according to witnesses, allegedly attempted to provoke a physical confrontation.

      It is believed Sterling aimed jibes at Gomez, asking if he still thought he was the “big man” and got into the 22-year-old’s face looking for a reaction.

      Some of those present were impressed with the way Gomez handled the situation by refusing to be goaded into retaliating physically and instead taking a step back.

      Later realising his error, it is said that Sterling offered an apology to Gomez which was accepted and the pair now consider the fall-out to be finished. Gomez has not faced any punishment.

      But that was not the end of the matter for Sterling, who will now sit out the Montenegro game and must wait to see if he is selected for the qualifier in Kosovo on Sunday.

      The initial dispute between the two players at Anfield was triggered by Sterling’s attempt to take the ball off Gomez, who had been introduced as an 87th-minute substitute.

      Sterling backed into Gomez and the defender responded by giving him a shove and towering over his smaller opponent. James Milner then had to drag Gomez away after Sterling deliberately pushed into his back with his shoulders after referee Michael Oliver had blown his whistle.

      But there did not appear to be any lasting animosity as the two players later embraced at the end of the game and Gomez thought the matter was closed."


      Sterling is lucky. Joe would have turfed him.
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      Reply #4: Nov 12, 2019 02:02:23 am
      Daily Mail reporting that Sterling grabbed the neck of Gomez. So perhaps a bit more physical than just using words to encourage a reaction.

      Absolutely hilarious though. Sterling has lost the plot like his Manager. Loving these little snippets into the aftermath of our victory. Bet their dressing room and return trip was awful...  :laugh:
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #5: Nov 12, 2019 08:42:51 am
      Don't think we've learned anything about Sterling that we didn't know.

      Money can't buy you class.
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      Reply #6: Nov 12, 2019 08:49:46 am
      Don't think we've learned anything about Sterling that we didn't know.

      Money can't buy you class.

      Exactly,Sterling has always acted like a spoiled brat.
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      Reply #7: Nov 12, 2019 08:52:51 am
      Maybe Pep needs to have long hard look at himself, his players obviously learn from the master. As for our Joe, he obviously takes his lead from his classy manager, well done Joe for showing Sterling how to behave like an adult, not a spoilt brat!
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #8: Nov 12, 2019 09:07:54 am
      T**t face doing what he does best.
      The 'stand off' pic in the media is comical, tw*t face squaring up to Gomez with tw*t face bereft of a step ladder to give the proposition any credibility.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #9: Nov 12, 2019 09:11:23 am
      F**k England Joe deck the little c**t 😏😏
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #10: Nov 12, 2019 09:16:44 am
      From The Telegraph:
      Some of those present were impressed with the way Gomez handled the situation by refusing to be goaded into retaliating physically and instead taking a step back.

      Later realising his error, it is said that Sterling offered an apology to Gomez .
      Sterling backed into Gomez and the defender responded by giving him a shove and towering over his smaller opponent. James Milner then had to drag Gomez away after Sterling deliberately pushed into his back with his shoulders after referee Michael Oliver had blown his whistle.

      Sterling is lucky. Joe would have turfed him.


      The little tw*t is fully aware that Joe could deck him and the devious little tw*t is looking for some payback after him and his crew were snotted at Anfield.

      « Last Edit: Nov 12, 2019 09:38:51 am by stuey »
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      Reply #11: Nov 12, 2019 09:34:19 am
      I can understand the frustration of Sterling, was City’s Best player on the pitch & wanted to prove a point & win.

      What I can’t understand is that you then carry or the emotional stuff into the national camp after putting your differences to bed the night before & yes they may be a bit of ribbing but no reason to grab Joe by the neck..

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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #12: Nov 12, 2019 09:47:22 am
      "Hold me back! Hold me back!"
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #13: Nov 12, 2019 10:00:31 am
      Great title Sterling v Gomez, sounds like a boxing match. Obviously Sterling in the blue corner !
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      Reply #14: Nov 12, 2019 10:24:24 am
      Well done joe lad . City in meltdown ;D love it
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      Reply #15: Nov 12, 2019 10:25:07 am
      Great title Sterling v Gomez, sounds like a boxing match. Obviously Sterling in the blue corner !

      Gomez would be 1/100 ;D
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #16: Nov 12, 2019 10:29:24 am
      Well and truly rattled them haven’t we!
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #17: Nov 12, 2019 10:43:43 am
      hes a very smalllllll man
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #18: Nov 12, 2019 11:42:25 am
      Didn't see or know about this, Sterling really has an issue.

      https://twitter.com/lfcrealtalk/status/1194171290170605568?s=19
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      Reply #19: Nov 12, 2019 11:49:19 am

      That should have been at least a yellow if Red, 100% cynical and could have been a bad injury. Sterling is becoming a complete and utter pr**k like Fernandinho.
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      Reply #20: Nov 12, 2019 11:52:07 am
      ..unprofessional.
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      Reply #21: Nov 12, 2019 12:10:08 pm
      Sterling acting like a silly little man, we are seemingly well rid of him.
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      Reply #22: Nov 12, 2019 12:41:10 pm
      We are in their heads for sure. The pressure is mounting on them, and its not even December. If we handle ours I think City may continue to do us little favors like perform the way they did against Wolves.
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      Reply #23: Nov 12, 2019 12:41:17 pm
      You want to thump the little turd, and that's not even when provoked.  Fair play Joe, patience of a Saint.
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      Reply #24: Nov 12, 2019 12:54:13 pm
      « Last Edit: Nov 12, 2019 12:59:24 pm by fields of anny rd »
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      Reply #25: Nov 12, 2019 01:04:15 pm
      We are in their heads for sure. The pressure is mounting on them, and its not even December. If we handle ours I think City may continue to do us little favors like perform the way they did against Wolves.

      In their heads for sure. Even after they'd just won the title one of the first things they did was all join together for a sing-song about us on that plane. They'd won the league about 2 hours earlier!

      Pep's commentary on us in seemingly every one of his interviews, his antics on the touchline and now this only confirm the obsession.

      Just keep doing doing what we're doing! Sure Klopp has all the lads at ease, let those cu*ts obsess over us!
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      Reply #26: Nov 12, 2019 01:58:05 pm
      This is f***in great news, Sterling being one of Pep’s go to player’s losing it in a big way, not only did he show complete unprofessionalism on Sunday he has carried it into the England camp to be a disruptive influence amongst his international peers,
       now correct me if I’m wrong here, but that smacks of a psychological disorder right there, in layman’s terms it’s called Small Dick syndrome, some of you guys are already aware of his predicament having called for Joe Gomez to “Deck the little dick” and fornicate England, a act I would sincerely encourage due to the fact that Raheem remains a avaricious little c**t and that I’m of Scottish heritage and we all know don’t we that small dick syndrome can be rife amongst we haggis bashers,
      except me of course am let me tell you I come from a long line of fellow citizens who not only are we exceptionally clever we are of course well endowed to boot, something Divock Origi and I have very much in common regarding extra long socks,
       Anyhoo,(Sorry getting carried away slightly) getting back to the point, Sterling is totally fu**ed in the head, only Liverpool can have a affect on ppl like him, he fu**ed off to eastlands with one thing in his eyeballs, give ye a wee clue, ££££££££££££££££££££, he’s a spoilt brat who likes to Chuck his toys if things don’t go his way, he’s had this all his life,  SDS, SMALL DICK SYNDROME, never mind eh , we know now that we have him , everytime he plays again us he’s mentally unstable, so we goad the f**k out of him every f***in time he touches the ball.      FUCK OFF GREEDY BASTARD !




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      Reply #29: Nov 12, 2019 03:24:59 pm
      Reports out Gomes been seen with a scratch on his head
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      Reply #30: Nov 12, 2019 03:32:08 pm
      I swear this is turning into a feckin' pantomine..Pep on the touchline is beyond hilarious..crack up every time I see it...now Sterling tries to chin Joe in the canteen..Hendo intervenes... gawd knows what the boss makes of it...

      https://www.sportbible.com/football/football-funny-reactions-news-jurgen-klopps-hilarious-response-to-hearing-guardiola-is-behind-him-20191112



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      Reply #31: Nov 12, 2019 03:38:05 pm
      Jesus!! Blue moon has gone into mental breakdown 🤣🤣🤣🤣 they’re talking about a million conspiracies from everyone at the Premiere league to the f***in tea lady plotting to stop them winning in May 😂🤣😂🤣
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #32: Nov 12, 2019 03:42:07 pm
      Reports out Gomes been seen with a scratch on his head



      Reports said that Gomez kept his calm but Sterling lost it.
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      Reply #33: Nov 12, 2019 03:47:35 pm

      Not a word, not a single word of that did I understand, Anyway I always find it funny when you have some little tw*t squaring up to a bigger person, it takes a hell of a lot of restraint not to burst out laughing.
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      Reply #34: Nov 12, 2019 03:51:23 pm


      Reports said that Gomez kept his calm but Sterling lost it.

      hmm, I smell photoshop here, that looks like a proper scar which you dont normally get from a scratch, unless Raheem is secretly the Black Panther! ;-)
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      Reply #35: Nov 12, 2019 03:51:40 pm


      Reports said that Gomez kept his calm but Sterling lost it.
      Wow that a big fvk off scratch
      Looks like sterling fights like a girl
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      Reply #36: Nov 12, 2019 03:55:58 pm
      He has enough sh*t to deal with at anfield now , and he’s proved he can’t , reckon it will go up an extra notch next time , smacks of immaturity, and petulance ,
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      Reply #37: Nov 12, 2019 03:58:15 pm
      He has enough sh*t to deal with at anfield now , and he’s proved he can’t , reckon it will go up an extra notch next time , smacks of immaturity, and petulance ,

      yeah other fans will start targeting him as well.
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      Reply #38: Nov 12, 2019 04:07:34 pm


      Reports said that Gomez kept his calm but Sterling lost it.

      Rat claws are no joke.
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      Reply #39: Nov 12, 2019 04:23:51 pm
      Needs to clip his nails the scruff
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      Reply #40: Nov 12, 2019 04:35:16 pm
      And on the other side of Joe's head there's a tuft of hair missing.
      Turdling fights dirty.
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      Reply #41: Nov 12, 2019 04:37:26 pm
      I swear this is turning into a feckin' pantomine..Pep on the touchline is beyond hilarious
      Is there a more unsettling sight than to see a waifish coach throw tantrums on the sidelines while wearing skin tight outfits?
      I'm creeped on 3 levels

      Am I wrong to suggest Sterlings' act is fast approaching Neymar levels, on and off the field?
      ----------
      Slightly off topic
      The terms "big baby" and "immature" were used by a fellow board member to describe Sterling and the first thought to pop in my head was..."Have you been paying attention to Pulisic?" In just two months this talent has cried, pouted, and acted like an entitled brat. Lampard's tough love act with the kid has been spot on..... mold him correctly before he becomes Sterlingesque.

      The LFC young ones seem much more grounded. Of course they're not being molded by Petite Pep in his skinny jeans
      « Last Edit: Nov 12, 2019 05:00:27 pm by Borg »
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      Reply #42: Nov 12, 2019 04:48:09 pm

      Off the board even.  :)
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      Reply #43: Nov 12, 2019 04:52:37 pm
      And on the other side of Joe's head there's a tuft of hair missing.
      Turdling fights dirty.

      The only glove City laid on us all week.
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      Reply #44: Nov 12, 2019 04:58:23 pm
      Wow that a big fvk off scratch
      Looks like sterling fights like a girl


      Runs like one too 🤣
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #45: Nov 12, 2019 05:02:55 pm
      hmm, I smell photoshop here, that looks like a proper scar which you dont normally get from a scratch, unless Raheem is secretly the Black Panther! ;-)

      I brought it from Dailymail.
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      Reply #46: Nov 12, 2019 05:20:36 pm
      It's a real photo, go check the BBC website article, there's video footage from today and you can briefly see the scratch. Hadn't realised it had actually come to that, thought they'd just squared up and been dragged apart. Fair play to Joe, sounds like he dealt with the situation admirably.
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      Reply #47: Nov 12, 2019 06:01:31 pm
      Don't think we've learned anything about Sterling that we didn't know.

      Money can't buy you class.

      Only this time it's another fella, rather than his girlfriend he's trying to attack.
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      Reply #48: Nov 12, 2019 06:01:37 pm
      Seems the 'fight' happened in the canteen.
      At the kids table Raheem was annoyed there were no fish fingers on the kids menu.
      Joe offered to mash his potatoes, but seems he wasn't doing it right, setting the toddler off on one...
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      Reply #49: Nov 12, 2019 06:01:51 pm
      I,m shocked about this  :o ,,,,,,Joe's in the england squad? completely missed that.
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      Reply #50: Nov 12, 2019 06:04:14 pm
      Seems the 'fight' happened in the canteen.
      At the kids table Raheem was annoyed there were no fish fingers on the kids menu.
      Joe offered to mash his potatoes, but seems he wasn't doing it right, setting the toddler off on one...

      Reportedly he used a sharpened colored pencil from his connect the dots game to attack Joe.
      Along with being dropped for the next game,he's gets no dessert for the next three games.
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      Reply #51: Nov 12, 2019 06:09:33 pm
      Sterling is just like a little child.

      Those tantrums he throws every game when he doesn't get a penalty or something doesn't go his way sicken my pish.

      Hateful little snake.

      Glad we're shot of him.
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      Reply #52: Nov 12, 2019 09:10:06 pm


      Reports said that Gomez kept his calm but Sterling lost it.

      now i see why he was kicked out. how would gareth be able to 'keep it under wraps' with this huge scratch? it would have come it eventually. Probably looked worse when it first happened too. All these pundits are talking rubbish.
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      Reply #53: Nov 12, 2019 09:28:25 pm
      So a player tries going for another and the outcome is said player scratching like a toddler would. Embarrassing tool who likes to act the tough guy. There’s a reason he has the reputation he has and why the media jump on the slightest thing he does.

      Can see it really winds him up not having it go his own way against us.
      Seems to have an issue with Virgil too ever since he got easily outmuscled. A few games against them now he’s been trying to leave one on Virgil.
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      Reply #54: Nov 12, 2019 10:19:21 pm
      Incredibly immature for a 24 year old to be behaving like that. Saw someone refer to him as the Scrappy Doo of English football.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #55: Nov 12, 2019 10:25:30 pm
      Reportedly he used a sharpened colored pencil from his connect the dots game to attack Joe.
      Along with being dropped for the next game,he's gets no dessert for the next three games.


      Sorry mate wouldn't trust him with a pencil it must have been a crayon!
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #56: Nov 13, 2019 12:16:32 am
      Given that it's being reported the squad were all in total agreement with Sterling being dropped, just goes to show what the rest of the team think of him. He's completely humiliated himself.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #57: Nov 13, 2019 12:51:49 am
      Given that it's being reported the squad were all in total agreement with Sterling being dropped, just goes to show what the rest of the team think of him. He's completely humiliated himself.

      Interestingly Southgate initially was going to dismiss Sterling from the camp altogether and some senior players, including Jordan Henderson, intervened and convinced him to let him stay so long as he apologized to Joe, who also said he was OK with Raheem being reinstated.

      The same article in The Athletic (a lot of food went flying btw) quotes some of Sterling's reps (his agent I presume) saying he shouldn't have been suspended because "training ground bustups happen all the time."

      But this wasn't a moment of shoving following a rough tackle, it was an unprovoked attack over the lunch table. Apparently Sterling was upset because of Internet videos that showed Joe pushing him away during the game (after Sterling made a point of barging into him after the whistle).

      The only thing Sterling should feel at this point is lucky that Joe and others were gracious enough to let him back in.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #58: Nov 13, 2019 09:38:42 am
      Selling Sterling to City, looks like the real deal. Surely the value of Sterling has dropped, after his latest antics.
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      Reply #59: Nov 13, 2019 10:28:09 am
      Selling Sterling to City, looks like the real deal. Surely the value of Sterling has dropped, after his latest antics.

      The real deal? Mate he's got more goals and assists than Messi in this calendar year. I don't think any potential buyers would be arsed about the Gomez incident. Suarez did much worse and was still coveted by every top club in Europe. Take your red blinkers off for a minute
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #60: Nov 13, 2019 11:06:48 am
      The real deal? Mate he's got more goals and assists than Messi in this calendar year. I don't think any potential buyers would be arsed about the Gomez incident. Suarez did much worse and was still coveted by every top club in Europe. Take your red blinkers off for a minute

      See your point Mate, he seems to have improved his game. Although comes across as a spoilt brat at times, unfortunately that is the way football seems to have gone these days.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #61: Nov 13, 2019 11:55:20 am
      Sterling just lost the plot for whatever reason. Seems that Joe has drawn a line under it.Southgate has dealt with Sterlinggate. Game over.Let it be.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #62: Nov 13, 2019 01:32:11 pm
      Danny Rose confirming what I thought yesterday that Sterling absolutely hates playing at Anfield and that could have been a factor.

      Some players embrace it and use it fuel them on, but Sterling cracks under the scrutiny.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #63: Nov 13, 2019 01:45:57 pm
      Danny Rose confirming what I thought yesterday that Sterling absolutely hates playing at Anfield and that could have been a factor.

      Some players embrace it and use it fuel them on, but Sterling cracks under the scrutiny.

      He was ok playing at Anfield when he pulled on a red jersey ;-)
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #64: Nov 15, 2019 07:07:46 pm
      After all the sh*te of last weekend, he has to praised for his comments on Twitter after Gomez was booed by the England supporting bellends.
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      Reply #65: Nov 15, 2019 07:49:03 pm
      After all the sh*te of last weekend, he has to praised for his comments on Twitter after Gomez was booed by the England supporting bellends.


      Funny old game, maybe when sterling gets even more from the kop next time?
      The big man Joe can have his twitter moment to defend poor picked on raheem
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #66: Nov 15, 2019 08:55:57 pm
      He was ok playing at Anfield when he pulled on a red jersey ;-)

      Yeah he cant deal with the hate. Spoke well on Twitter after the game. A lot of City fans were in full belief that Sterling was being made a scapegoat and were made up that Joe got booed.

      Sterlings statement forced them to use their brains.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #67: Nov 15, 2019 11:31:03 pm
      This should of been 'inhouse' but the shithouse jernos got onto it, cause some knob put it online. I wonder who that was.
      what a tosser he was/is.  bang out of order, if Joe would have stood and banged the pr**k, he would have been unavailabe anyway.
      got away with this as far as I am concerned.
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      Reply #68: Nov 16, 2019 06:56:48 am
      Sterling's antics are of his own making, he took a massive sh*te on the club who made him what he is, by f**king off to Abu Dhabi utd the Avaricious little b***ard, he was always going to get a sh*t storm of abuse from the Kop thereafter,  fact is he can't deal with it and has now made it a million times worse with his tete a tete with Gomez,

      Neanderthal England/ City fans booing Joe is f***in disgraceful and a exact  measure of what they are, absolute wankers, how can you boo your own countryman ?
      Sort of reinforces the " we're not English we're Scouse argument,
      Why would you want to be associated with those who boo their own ?

      Now to be fair to Sterling he did admit he was wrong and all the sh*t was down to him,and his backing of Joe was commendable,  but....he's still a Kunt in my eyes, and i can't wait for his next encounter at Anfield.



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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #69: Nov 16, 2019 09:20:54 am
      Yeah he cant deal with the hate. Spoke well on Twitter after the game. A lot of City fans were in full belief that Sterling was being made a scapegoat and were made up that Joe got booed.

      Sterlings statement forced them to use their brains.

      They’ve actually got brains, now that’s big news.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #70: Nov 16, 2019 09:40:07 am
      Only this time it's another fella, rather than his girlfriend he's trying to attack.

      The little c**t had to find a step ladder and 'hold me back' assistants before he could even contemplate raising a finger to big Joe.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #71: Nov 16, 2019 10:08:02 am
      Joe not selected to face Kosovo, guess it’s to further protect the lad from the England boo boy mob..  :tosser:
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      Reply #72: Nov 16, 2019 10:32:12 am
      Joe not selected to face Kosovo, guess it’s to further protect the lad from the England boo boy mob..  :tosser:

      Knee injury they're saying on SSN now, Southgate and technical team deciding to send him home to risk further injury. Henderson also out of the Kosovo game with a viral infection.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #73: Nov 16, 2019 11:35:09 am
      Sterling just lost the plot for whatever reason. Seems that Joe has drawn a line under it.Southgate has dealt with Sterlinggate. Game over.Let it be.

      This all day. It’s almost as boring as international football itself. Thankfully no more bullshit interruptions to the season after this weekend.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #74: Nov 16, 2019 11:45:52 am
      This all day. It’s almost as boring as international football itself. Thankfully no more bullshit interruptions to the season after this weekend.

      Internationals in March isn't there?
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #75: Nov 16, 2019 11:52:40 am
      Internationals in March isn't there?

      Hopefully title would be wrapped up by March & the CWC trophy added to collection of silverware ..😎
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #76: Nov 16, 2019 03:19:55 pm
      Henderson withdrawn from the England squad as well, and both he and Joe return to Anfield now.

      No complaint here as I'd rather they be back anyway, but is it probably that this is not about injury or illness?

      If Joe did pick up a knock, here's hoping he is back fit very soon. Henderson seems to have been battling this virus for a while now.

      Edit: Guardian article talks a bit more about how the injury transpired and Southgate's thought that the injury isn't too serious:

      “The injury was him and Kieran Trippier – they were trying to defend a ball, actually both on the same team – they collided into each other. Joe felt restricted in the last part of the session. We scanned it just to be certain and I think he’ll be fine in a couple of days but he wasn’t able to train today.

      “I think now is a good moment for him just to go home for a couple of days, clear his head. The pleasing thing for me is that we’ve got him back on the pitch [against Montenegro]."

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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #77: Nov 16, 2019 03:29:18 pm
      To be fair I dont hate Sterling. Dont like his diving and cynical fouls and I can see right through the bad boy turned good act he and his people have been trying to portray the last 18 months, but that's just a matter of mild irritation.

      Hes gone on to do really well for City and his end product is a lot better than the laughable finishing he produced for us in his younger days. (Shooting beyond 6 yards is still pretty tame mind).

      But I dont think we are any worse off for selling him, and even now hes scoring and assisting goals and lifting lots of silverware, I dont think he makes our best XI to be honest.
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      Re: Sterling v Gomez: Part 2
      Reply #78: Nov 16, 2019 07:03:51 pm
      To be fair I dont hate Sterling. Dont like his diving and cynical fouls and I can see right through the bad boy turned good act he and his people have been trying to portray the last 18 months, but that's just a matter of mild irritation.

      Hes gone on to do really well for City and his end product is a lot better than the laughable finishing he produced for us in his younger days. (Shooting beyond 6 yards is still pretty tame mind).

      But I dont think we are any worse off for selling him, and even now hes scoring and assisting goals and lifting lots of silverware, I dont think he makes our best XI to be honest.

      I don't hate anybody in footie Sterling included. As for the scrap I think that Sterling might've just had the impression he - and City- thinks he is untouchable and good on Southgate for taking him down a peg or two.Some in the game did not realise the issue, it wasn't a 50-50 training ground bust up, it was all Sterling with Joe doing nothing wrong.And it had to be addressed and it has been.

      Still Joe got it in the neck from the ignorant fans in Wembley.

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