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      HUYTON RED
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2829: May 19, 2022 09:41:45 pm
      To be fair, not bad coming back from 0-2 at half time.

      Bad drop off from Palace though. Think the realisation sunk in with the Bolton scoreline.
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      Reply #2830: May 19, 2022 09:45:29 pm
      Big test now for Lampard.
      The fans won’t want to see this anti football time wasting tactics next season. Survival will not be the target then.
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      Reply #2831: May 19, 2022 09:46:54 pm
      Bad drop off from Palace though. Think the realisation sunk in with the Bolton scoreline.

      Pathetic Palace. Everton have done what Man City could not do this season, and beat them.

      Oh well, the upside is I'm looking forward to our fans to continue singing "Merry Christmas Everton"
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2832: May 19, 2022 09:47:25 pm
      the GREAT ESCAPE  DVD out tomorrow followed by Parade on Sunday night.
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      Reply #2833: May 19, 2022 09:49:26 pm
      the GREAT ESCAPE  DVD out tomorrow followed by Parade on Sunday night.

      If the parade bus is like the team it’ll travel really slowly and stop every now and then whilst calling the RAC for a flat tyre when there is nothing wrong with it.
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2834: May 19, 2022 09:51:25 pm
      Not a lot of quality in this game however Villa look relatively solid which is a good sign for Sunday
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      Reply #2835: May 19, 2022 09:53:28 pm
      Big test now for Lampard.
      The fans won’t want to see this anti football time wasting tactics next season. Survival will not be the target then.


      Long as fat Frank in charge Everton will do nothing, he’s another Ole.
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      Reply #2836: May 19, 2022 09:54:38 pm
      the GREAT ESCAPE  DVD out tomorrow followed by Parade on Sunday night.

      Could follow behind ours parading the cuckoo clock.
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      Reply #2837: May 19, 2022 09:55:27 pm
      Long as fat Frank in charge Everton will do nothing, he’s another Ole.

      They have literally done nothing since they beat you guys in the fa cup final..... over a quarter of a century ago.
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      Reply #2838: May 19, 2022 10:09:53 pm
      ‘In Frank We Trust.’

      Lol
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      Reply #2839: May 19, 2022 10:34:18 pm
      I went away when every score was perfect. And came back to this... That's disappointing to say the least. :f_wah:
      The good news is it means Lampard might keep his job. So the happy moments (for us) will continue next year.
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2840: May 21, 2022 01:55:20 pm
      Foden winning young player of the year ahead of Trent…
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      Reply #2841: May 21, 2022 03:43:21 pm
      Foden winning young player of the year ahead of Trent…
      And De Bruyne player of the year…

      I mean if we’re giving it to a player who has performed far better in one half of the season, then should it not have went to the player sitting top of the goals & assists chart? Or is it just because De Bruyne’s better half was fresh in the memory.
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      Reply #2842: May 21, 2022 03:49:41 pm
      And De Bruyne player of the year…

      I mean if we’re giving it to a player who has performed far better in one half of the season, then should it not have went to the player sitting top of the goals & assists chart? Or is it just because De Bruyne’s better half was fresh in the memory.

      Recency bias definitely played its part. But to be honest, KDB winning isn't a scandal. He's single handedly carried City to a potential title. And from his position, he's never going to produce the numbers Mo does.
      Mo is part of a unit, so votes for Liverpool will always be split between our players.

      Foden on the other hand... No comment.   :(
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      Reply #2843: May 21, 2022 04:11:05 pm
      Neither DeBruyne nor Foden should have won. But so be it. Most awards aren’t really based on any real standards so what are you going to do.
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      Reply #2844: May 21, 2022 08:30:31 pm
      By the way, why are those awards decided before the end of the season? Surely, what happens on Sunday could have an impact?
      City players got more votes because they're currently leading, but what if they are not champions in the end? That should matter, no?
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      Reply #2845: May 22, 2022 01:49:06 pm
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      Surely, the Aguerooooo goal needs to even out. Cisse celebrated on that day while let us have Stevie celebrating on the final day this time.

      I think we all celebrated that goal because it stopped the mancs from winning another title, so there's nothing to even out. It doesn't matter who scored it tbh.

      We know exactly what we have to do. The situation has reverted to how it was before the Spurs game, and of course we've been written off again. Merson says we have no chance because City have a home game to win the league, no other reason. I wonder did he think that in 1989, the last time a team started the last day on top and didn't get over the line? It's about time that fact was put in a dustbin.
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2846: May 22, 2022 03:16:03 pm
      Villa taking the piss with Robin Ollsen in goal. Martinez requested to be rested for an international in 10 days time.
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      Reply #2847: May 22, 2022 06:44:02 pm
      Villa taking the piss with Robin Ollsen in goal. Martinez requested to be rested for an international in 10 days time.

      needs investigating and Stevie didnt seem happy about it
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      Re: Premier League 2021-2022
      Reply #2848: May 22, 2022 06:45:44 pm
      Neither DeBruyne nor Foden should have won. But so be it. Most awards aren’t really based on any real standards so what are you going to do.

      Think De Bruyne was a fair shout, he led City to the title, without him, they'd have not won it.

      Foden though, that was a joke
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      Reply #2849: May 22, 2022 06:49:28 pm
      Think De Bruyne was a fair shout, he led City to the title, without him, they'd have not won it.

      Foden though, that was a joke

      It was a fair shout KK, credit for saying so and not wearing rose tints like some!
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      Reply #2850: May 22, 2022 07:04:58 pm
      It was a fair shout KK, credit for saying so and not wearing rose tints like some!

      there are times when Rose tinted glasses are applicable and reasonable like when you have just been pipped to the title by a Club that wreaks of dirty money
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      Reply #2851: May 22, 2022 07:18:58 pm
      there are times when Rose tinted glasses are applicable and reasonable like when you have just been pipped to the title by a Club that wreaks of dirty money

      You know what wreaks…..having a Manc tw*t go on and on about “Rose tints” on a Liverpool forum. As if any supporter of the Redmen gives two shits what a Manc thinks.

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