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      Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]

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      Robby The Z
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      Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Dec 18, 2021 10:00:17 am
      So apparently this match is going to take place, despite five other Premier League and at least 19 of 36 EFL games scheduled for the weekend being postponed. A meeting is set for Monday where among other things, a holiday season shutdown of Premier League matches is to be discussed.

      I'm not certain what the timetable is for Fabinho, Virgil or Curtis Jones returning. I don't know if they are even having symptoms.

      Spurs are 7th in the table on 25 points, but have three games in hand after their two most recent league games were postponed because of several positive tests. Antonio Conte says all but two of his players are now out of isolation, but went on to describe low morale and fitness going into the game (Watch out for the sandbagger, says me)
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      Hopefully another three points for us. I won't guess at a lineup because I'm not sure if Virgil and Fab are going to play.




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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #1: Dec 18, 2021 10:46:04 am
      Simply hope the game goes ahead tomorrow afternoon, in these uncertain times. I am confident we will smash the spuds, for another 3 points.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #2: Dec 18, 2021 10:50:34 am
      I think this game will suit us far more than the Newcastle game. Fancy a bit of a footballing lesson for Spurs tomorrow.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #3: Dec 18, 2021 11:10:04 am
      Usually quite confident with this fixture, but under the current circumstances, not knowing who’s gonna be available for either side, weird one to call at the mo.
      Gone for 0-2 in the predictions, but need to see the team sheets to be sure.
      Just need to bring home the three points.

      When I’ve looked at the fixtures of late, we always seem to have the toughest one of the top 4. Need to make sure of this one, so hope Virg snd Fab are back.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #4: Dec 18, 2021 11:11:55 am
      I think this game will suit us far more than the Newcastle game. Fancy a bit of a footballing lesson for Spurs tomorrow.

      Don’t think it’ll be an easy game, playing a Conte team never is. Haven’t really followed their results since he’s come in though, anyone know how they are getting on?
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #5: Dec 18, 2021 12:25:12 pm
      Hendo and Matip out now to?
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #6: Dec 18, 2021 12:32:25 pm

      Heard it was hendo and mo
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #7: Dec 18, 2021 12:36:58 pm
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #8: Dec 18, 2021 12:39:04 pm
      If all true were looking at

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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #9: Dec 18, 2021 12:52:43 pm
      Villa game called off now, be suprised if it goes ahead, just hope it does, hard to predict a result, if both teams are missing key players
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #10: Dec 18, 2021 01:34:09 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #11: Dec 18, 2021 01:39:46 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.

      Absolutely, was just listening to Geoff Stelling on Sky Sports and he said the Italian league 98% of players have been vaccinated and they are not calling games off.
      And apparently the Budesliga are not going to pay players if they miss a game through Covid if they are not vaccinated.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #12: Dec 18, 2021 02:30:38 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.


      The vaccine right now isn’t mandatory and I also believe there is a high level of players in the Prem who have the vaccine - all our players have and still we had three test positive

      At the end of the day players and peoples health take priority
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #13: Dec 18, 2021 04:37:56 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.

      Don't be so f**king stupid!!

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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #14: Dec 18, 2021 04:42:36 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.

      Some amount of court cases in that scenario
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #15: Dec 18, 2021 05:10:56 pm
      Can't see this one happening tomorrow.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #16: Dec 18, 2021 05:13:11 pm
      Can't see this one happening tomorrow.

      Shouldn't be either if we have 4 cases (if true) not sure on Spuds situation
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #17: Dec 18, 2021 05:25:23 pm
      All games should have been postponed last week and clubs told to set up bubbles and testing to get players ready for Boxing Day games.

      But as usual sense and the FA don’t mix very well.
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #18: Dec 18, 2021 05:26:51 pm
      Shouldn't be either if we have 4 cases (if true) not sure on Spuds situation

      BBC saying Spurs won't have Son, Moura and Emerson
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #19: Dec 18, 2021 05:40:17 pm
      BBC saying Spurs won't have Son, Moura and Emerson

      we haven't got Shabs,Brian or Billythered.
      Seriously it is beginning to be a bit of a lottery isnt it
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #20: Dec 18, 2021 05:47:19 pm
      BBC saying Spurs won't have Son, Moura and Emerson

      Evens it up a bit . May come down to in some games you have 3 missing so have we so no advantage and play
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #21: Dec 18, 2021 05:55:54 pm
      I would dock points from any club that has failed to vaccinate the vast majority of their squad. At this stage of the season to learn that there are so many unvaccinated is appalling.

      Just plays into the old stereotype that footballers are thick.

      What happened to freedom of choice FMS? Who the f**k are you to tell anyone what they should do with their bodies? Especially concerning an experimental gene therapy without any animal trials and a clinical trial end date of March 2023.


      Maybe you would like to tell the families of the 108 FIFA registered athletes who have died of cardiac arrest in the last 6 months?


      https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/2/frontlinenews/500-increase-in-sudden-cardiac-and-unexplained-deaths-among-fifa-athletes-in-2021/


      I defend your right to put an experimental gene therapy into your body if you so wish, just as you should defend the right of any human being to not inject themselves with a substance with no long term efficacy or health studies.

      Millions of soldiers around the world gave their lives for the freedoms we enjoy every day in a civilized world. Without freedom we are nothing. Freedom of choice is a must for any civilized society.


      God Bless You
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #22: Dec 18, 2021 05:59:36 pm
      All games should have been postponed last week and clubs told to set up bubbles and testing to get players ready for Boxing Day games.

      But as usual sense and the FA don’t mix very well.

      Exactly right. This whole pandemic is a f**king sham. All players should be isolating in a bubble as you say. It's not exactly Quantum Physics but then again this is the FA!
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #23: Dec 18, 2021 06:00:11 pm
      What happened to freedom of choice FMS? Who the f**k are you to tell anyone what they should do with their bodies? Especially concerning an experimental gene therapy without any animal trials and a clinical trial end date of March 2023.


      Maybe you would like to tell the families of the 108 FIFA registered athletes who have died of cardiac arrest in the last 6 months?


      https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/2/frontlinenews/500-increase-in-sudden-cardiac-and-unexplained-deaths-among-fifa-athletes-in-2021/


      I defend your right to put an experimental gene therapy into your body if you so wish, just as you should defend the right of any human being to not inject themselves with a substance with no long term efficacy or health studies.

      Millions of soldiers around the world gave their lives for the freedoms we enjoy every day in a civilized world. Without freedom we are nothing. Freedom of choice is a must for any civilized society.


      God Bless You


      What does the players having a cardiac arrest have to do with the vaccine 🤷‍♂️


      Experimental gene therapy ?! 😂
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      Re: Pre-match: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool [Sunday December 19th, 16:30]
      Reply #24: Dec 18, 2021 06:20:44 pm
      What happened to freedom of choice FMS? Who the f**k are you to tell anyone what they should do with their bodies? Especially concerning an experimental gene therapy without any animal trials and a clinical trial end date of March 2023.


      Maybe you would like to tell the families of the 108 FIFA registered athletes who have died of cardiac arrest in the last 6 months?


      https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/2/frontlinenews/500-increase-in-sudden-cardiac-and-unexplained-deaths-among-fifa-athletes-in-2021/


      I defend your right to put an experimental gene therapy into your body if you so wish, just as you should defend the right of any human being to not inject themselves with a substance with no long term efficacy or health studies.

      Millions of soldiers around the world gave their lives for the freedoms we enjoy every day in a civilized world. Without freedom we are nothing. Freedom of choice is a must for any civilized society.


      God Bless You

      Forget soldiers, a lot of the current freedoms to move about relatively normally in recent months is due to the majority of the population who willingly took a vaccine, reducing the numbers sick/putting strain on the health system to a point where it can function.

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