Discussion in 'football' started by S☼I, Jun 20, 2017.
A nil-nil draw against Dundee is nothing to wank over.
Could be worse mate you could be a Dullitch Hamlet fan
Can we all collectively condemn this before the resident bluenose angels and Manure saints come out from under their rocks.
Policemen injured as Manchester City team bus is attacked outside Anfield
The front three were enough to terrorise Citeh and this was not in keeping with the club's values or representative of the majority of supporters who attended the game.
How do Man U fans feel about this, by the way? I’d imagine happier overall as Liverpool might be seen as less likely to win the competition than City? But then Liverpool winning the CL must be the ultimate nightmare scenario for United fans?
Roy Keane looks relatively happy Liverpool won - a CL win means City are a proper club, not just moneybags. Can't be having that.
I think Trent probably edges it for me.
11 ridiculous stats from Liverpool’s 3-0 Champions League win vs Man City
As said before we can best anyone in this comp over two legs (watch us lose 4-0 now) it’s just the final I worry about.
I think it is still gonna be tough. See how injuries play out and which LFC side turns up for the second leg.
Any news on that injured Salah player?
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I like the fact that most Liverpool fans have plumped for the good old fashioned two finger salute (aka 'the vick') rather than the Americanised single finger.
You'd think the buses windows could withstand a full plastic bottle being thrown at it!
A minority being dicks, but if a minority can cause the damage that's been caused to a bus that has team logos plastered all over it, then surely they expect at some point, some dick is going to lob something at it?
I thought it was a brilliant display by the Liverpool fans who greeted the City coach. Yes, a few knobheads went too far and chucked bottles, but overall a magnificent Fuck You to the City team.
This reaction is markedly different to when we bottled a coach.
Kevin De Bruyne, to his absolute credit, said just about exactly the same thing.
Kevin De Bruyne defends Liverpool fans after Man City team bus attack | Metro News
Who gives a fuck what Man Utd fans think about it? Judging another teams performance by what another team thinks , who isnt even in the competition, detracts from the teams that are.
Can't stop watching this:
Why did we go back to white nets?
More footage from inside the coach.
New Man City video shows shocking extent of Liverpool coach damage
It's so very shocking!
Why the fuck can't people learn to record video in landscape mode on their phones, grinds my gears.
Lots of blanking out of City staff obviously calling LFC fans bad words too.
Police knew this would happen so should have dealt with it better, the people I feel sorry for are the driver having to deal with poor visiblity and his bus getting whacked and police horses.
UEFA directives, I believe.
Not overly enthused about today's game.
Playing 3 games in 6 days with a fair few injuries. Derby games are usually a bit 'kicky' and bad tempered.
But haven't they gone for PL games too?
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Game (and atmosphere) a bit flat for a derby
Oh... Kicking off a bit now
Allardyce won't even go for it at home in the derby against a weakened Liverpool side. His football is pure toilet.
Pickford is the Everton player with the most attempted final third passes so far
Does look like Everton are playing for a draw. Liverpool are hardly 'bossing' the game but are looking most likely to score.
Sniff of goal and a long ball there for Everton. Crowd and commentators react like it is a game changer
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