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      Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion

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      Harrisimo
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #299: Jul 31, 2022 10:36:57 pm
      I mean I love a good gloat...Mancheater screwed..Pep upset..their Marquee signing couldn't hit a barn door with a beech ball...BlueMoon moaning and whinging..ungrateful gits...aaahhhhh....price less..
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #300: Jul 31, 2022 10:39:28 pm
      just enjoyed inside the Community Shield on Youtube the lads seems as close as ever even the new lads seem at home.
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      Reply #301: Aug 01, 2022 09:21:12 am
      Brilliant win. Been a while since we won this.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #302: Aug 01, 2022 01:15:02 pm
      Brilliant win. Been a while since we won this.

      2006,  too long ago!

      We won it with style.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #303: Aug 01, 2022 03:14:34 pm
      2006,  too long ago!

      We won it with style.

      it was all going so well 2005 CL, 2006, FA Cup 2007 CL final then twit and tw*t turned up. Jürgen has broken Records that nobody believed could be broken.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #304: Aug 01, 2022 03:27:37 pm
      2006,  too long ago!

      We won it with style.

      That's the most important thing to remember. Our display from start to finish was excellent. City had a final 15 minutes of the first half where they saw a lot of the ball but it was never complete dominance. We defended them with ease. Of course, it's just the Charity Shield but the very least you ask for in that match is a performance and we got that.
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      Reply #305: Aug 01, 2022 04:16:21 pm
      That's the most important thing to remember. Our display from start to finish was excellent. City had a final 15 minutes of the first half where they saw a lot of the ball but it was never complete dominance. We defended them with ease. Of course, it's just the Charity Shield but the very least you ask for in that match is a performance and we got that.

      We looked much more ready for start of season than they did.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #306: Aug 01, 2022 04:20:44 pm
      That's the most important thing to remember. Our display from start to finish was excellent. City had a final 15 minutes of the first half where they saw a lot of the ball but it was never complete dominance. We defended them with ease. Of course, it's just the Charity Shield but the very least you ask for in that match is a performance and we got that.
      Even after factoring in the obvious lack of match fitness, I thought I noticed Kevin DB is perhaps starting to lack the intensity he once had...might just be wishful thinking.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #307: Aug 01, 2022 05:05:51 pm
      Even after factoring in the obvious lack of match fitness, I thought I noticed Kevin DB is perhaps starting to lack the intensity he once had...might just be wishful thinking.

      Not sure if it’s just a matter of fitness or not, but hardly noticed him all match.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #308: Aug 01, 2022 05:17:14 pm
      I cant believe City were any less prepared than we were. IT just another underhand way of trying to diminish a Liverpool Victory.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #309: Aug 01, 2022 05:25:51 pm
      I cant believe City were any less prepared than we were. IT just another underhand way of trying to diminish a Liverpool Victory.

      Said if they lose Pep would claim is was more of a warm up. It was his ready made excuse if it went tits up. But he started with near as dammit his best eleven. I was surprised he started with Haaland. He's deffo slipped up selling Sterling and Jesus. Two top players. Yeah his squad is strong but he's putting a lot of faith in Haaland.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #310: Aug 01, 2022 07:11:31 pm
      just enjoyed inside the Community Shield on Youtube the lads seems as close as ever even the new lads seem at home.

      Aye really good. Little boy at the end .... that's what football is about.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #311: Aug 01, 2022 07:11:51 pm
      FA have their collective knickers in a twist over Pyro with 12 month bans for supporters if they are caught in the Act. Funny how Richarlison got a one match ban for actually throwing it into the crowd as to a supporter throwing it out
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #312: Aug 01, 2022 07:38:02 pm
      FA have their collective knickers in a twist over Pyro with 12 month bans for supporters if they are caught in the Act. Funny how Richarlison got a one match ban for actually throwing it into the crowd as to a supporter throwing it out

      It's a subject worthy of serious debate: I will post my take, hopefully without taking the subject too far off the main thread.

       How it's policed, or levels of punishment (If any) I really don't have an answer for. Although I admit flares add another dimension to the atmosphere, especially at Knock out stage of Champions league games at Anfield, they are dangerous and the potential for serious injury is a factor. The club(s) have a legal duty of care to keep all spectators as safe as possible within the ground. I suspect it's a subject we would all feel very different about if there was serious injury, or worse.
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #313: Aug 01, 2022 11:19:24 pm
      That weedy little rat Bernardo Silva trying to shove Thiago in the back only to end up on the deck himself.

      https://twitter.com/passlikethiago/status/1554075769894232067?s=21&t=KyvQuZXX_oBuV2uzuFYekg
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #314: Aug 02, 2022 12:37:42 am
      That weedy little rat Bernardo Silva trying to shove Thiago in the back only to end up on the deck himself.

      https://twitter.com/passlikethiago/status/1554075769894232067?s=21&t=KyvQuZXX_oBuV2uzuFYekg


      Yeah, then complains to the ref 😂😂😂😂😂
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      Re: Manchester City 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #315: Aug 02, 2022 11:36:11 am
      FA have their collective knickers in a twist over Pyro with 12 month bans for supporters if they are caught in the Act. Funny how Richarlison got a one match ban for actually throwing it into the crowd as to a supporter throwing it out

      From last week:

      Fans to get bans for pitch invasions and pyrotechnics in football crackdown

      Premier League, EFL and FA measures take immediate effect

      Drug use and throwing objects will also lead to bans

      Pitch invaders at English football will be banned from stadiums and reported to police under new measures agreed by the game’s authorities.

      The crackdown will lead to supporters facing the same sanction if found with fireworks or flares, commonly known as “pyro”, in grounds and for throwing objects or drug use. The new rules follow multiple scenes of disorder at the close of the last domestic season.

      A hardline approach agreed between the Premier League, EFL and Football Association comes into immediate effect. The length of any ban has not been determined but they are expected to be valid for one year.

      “Together, with clubs and partners across football, we are making clear the type of incidents we saw last season must stop,” the Premier League’s chief executive, Richard Masters, said. “If we don’t take collective and sustained action, it may only be a matter of time before someone is seriously injured, or worse.”

      ny fan who runs on to the pitch or carries or uses pyro will be subject to an automatic club ban, with bans possibly extended to parents or guardians if the offenders are under the age of 18. Individuals will also be reported to police, with the football authorities pledging to work together to achieve prosecutions.

      Further efforts will be undertaken in an attempt to influence the culture that has led to an uptick in disorder since fans returned to grounds after lockdown. The authorities say they will ask social media companies to remove content featuring pitch invasions and pyro, claiming that videos showing the Crystal Palace defender Joachim Andersen being hit by an Everton fan have been viewed more than four million times. Broadcasting companies have already been asked to move their cameras away from pictures of burning flares.

      The authorities said they had written to the policing minister, Tom Pursglove, asking that the government tighten rules on the sale of flares and other pyro.

      “Football stadiums must be a safe, inclusive and enjoyable environment for all, and it is the responsibility of everyone in the game, including governing bodies, clubs, players, coaches, and fans, to ensure that we all play our part in protecting our game and each other,” said the FA’s chief executive, Mark Bullingham.

      The rules go hand in hand with government measures to clamp down on drug use amongst football fans, with cocaine expected to be added to the list of offences which could generate a football banning order. More stringent searches are also set to take place at grounds.

      The Football Supporters’ Association supported the new sanctions, as did the players’ union the PFA. “We are contacted by supporters on a fairly regular basis who have been caught jumping on the pitch, or with pyro in the stands, and without exception they regret doing it,” said the FSA’s Kevin Miles.

      Maheta Molango, the chief executive of the PFA said: “For those on the pitch, we know that this response will only be judged by its effectiveness. Consistent and proper enforcement of laws that are already in place is needed. There also needs to be planned and targeted investment in security around games where we know that flashpoints may be more likely to occur.”

      https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/jul/25/fans-bans-pitch-invasions-and-pyrotechnics-in-football-crackdown-drug-use-premier-league-efl

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