Let's All Laugh At... Let's all laugh at Liverpool thread

tiger666

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Just when I thought they couldn't make me cringe any further.... :wtf: :facepalm:

Lovren, what a fuckin goat, embarrassing. For the record I don't even think that was a dive from Dele, looked more like he lost his balance, didn't appeal and got straight up.

He didn't appeal because the ref blew up and reached for his card before he even hit the ground. Embarrassing dive.
 

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Starting to worry about our beloved @piedpiper he's not been seen since a couple of minutes before Wanyamas first equaliser :rolleyes::LOL::LOL:
Oh sorry to disappoint you buddy. Here loud and proud... Pity that some of our own support base cant understand the concept of distinguishing appreciation for another clubs transfer business.

Ps go look at the Liverpool vs spurs match thread itself where when we went a goal down i had the belief that we would come back strongly. I never lost faith i never swore at one of our players. Never slagged off the coach etc. Its actually not my style.

If you or any other member finds my views irritating/frustrating please please please place me on IGNORE.....

So what you do is you click on my profile and just select ignore (y). its as simple as that hey.
 
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aliyid

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Oh sorry to disappoint you buddy. Here loud and proud... Pity that some of our own support base cant understand the concept of distinguishing appreciation for another clubs transfer business.

Ps go look at the Liverpool vs spurs match threaf thread itself where when we went a goal down i had the belief that we would come back strongly. I never lost faith i never swore at ibe of our players. Never slagged off the coach etc. Its actually not my style.

If you or any other member finds my views irritating/frustrating please please please place me on IGNORE.....

So what you do is you click on my profile and just select ignore (y).
All good with me mate, I actually agreed with your view on their transfer business and thought it was harsh some of the abuse you were getting (y)

Just quite funny how the posts suddenly stopped I was picturing you being like this

 

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All good with me mate, I actually agreed with your view on their transfer business and thought it was harsh some of the abuse you were getting (y)

Just quite funny how the posts suddenly stopped I was picturing you being like this

Okay thanks for the civil response i appreciate being able to converse with a fellow member on a rational level.... The funny thing is I so despise Liverpool and their supoort base... But i can distinguish the difference between their transfer strategy and the support base.

On the abuse.. Ive been on here for 10 years i think, so im used to seeing a select few if our fan base who show intolerance to views which do not conform to their own.
 
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That pathetic, embarrassing instagram post by Lovren.....

not saying Dele was in the right but what really got me about the post was a comment from Jordan Henderson with ":LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL:"
For me that epitomizes why he should not be England Captain. Would Kane, Cahill etc do something like that?! poor player, poor person.
 

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Alli should just post a picture of Lovren falling over. Wasn't this the same guy that only just reactivated his social media after deleting it because he was being abused so much by his own fans. I wonder what club it was that caused that...

Embarrassing he's trying to get them back on his side
 

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I really don't know what went through Dele's head, but it did make me wonder what the outcome would be if he was in a similar situation and genuinely just fell over. Still booked?
 

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There are lots of things that, if they happened in the street would result in an assault charge, but because of where they happen, nothing is done.
Prime example being the kicking my son received at school before Christmas, that left him with a concussion
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How so? You can press for charges against the perpetrator(s) school or not. If the school administration try to stop you sue their ass as well. I am talking from personal experience
 

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Independent just tweeted this (again?). It's Wednesday now:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/so...ed-out-for-what-they-are-cheats-36574934.html

HARRY Kane and Dele Alli should be called out for what they are after their antics at Anfield on Sunday - and that is cheats.

After Alli was booked (yet again) for diving in the box to try and win a penalty in the second half of a thrilling game against Liverpool, Kane got the spot kick Spurs craved as he fell over in the box under minimal contact from keeper Loris Karius.

The referee and his linesman were conned by Kane's tumble and it got worse when Erik Lamela fell to the ground like he had been shot in injury time and the assistant referee was duped into giving a second penalty.
 

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Independent just tweeted this (again?). It's Wednesday now:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/so...ed-out-for-what-they-are-cheats-36574934.html

HARRY Kane and Dele Alli should be called out for what they are after their antics at Anfield on Sunday - and that is cheats.

After Alli was booked (yet again) for diving in the box to try and win a penalty in the second half of a thrilling game against Liverpool, Kane got the spot kick Spurs craved as he fell over in the box under minimal contact from keeper Loris Karius.

The referee and his linesman were conned by Kane's tumble and it got worse when Erik Lamela fell to the ground like he had been shot in injury time and the assistant referee was duped into giving a second penalty.
If i were Spurs and Harry I would sue The Independent and Aldridge for defamation of character and libel. If i were to write a piece saying something about him that he didnt like he wouldn't think twice.
 

robbiedee

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Independent just tweeted this (again?). It's Wednesday now:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/so...ed-out-for-what-they-are-cheats-36574934.html

HARRY Kane and Dele Alli should be called out for what they are after their antics at Anfield on Sunday - and that is cheats.

After Alli was booked (yet again) for diving in the box to try and win a penalty in the second half of a thrilling game against Liverpool, Kane got the spot kick Spurs craved as he fell over in the box under minimal contact from keeper Loris Karius.

The referee and his linesman were conned by Kane's tumble and it got worse when Erik Lamela fell to the ground like he had been shot in injury time and the assistant referee was duped into giving a second penalty.
Ha Ha...good job it was written by someone completely impartial with no connections to LFC whatsoever :rolleyes:
 

ohtottenham!

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Independent just tweeted this (again?). It's Wednesday now:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/so...ed-out-for-what-they-are-cheats-36574934.html

HARRY Kane and Dele Alli should be called out for what they are after their antics at Anfield on Sunday - and that is cheats.

After Alli was booked (yet again) for diving in the box to try and win a penalty in the second half of a thrilling game against Liverpool, Kane got the spot kick Spurs craved as he fell over in the box under minimal contact from keeper Loris Karius.

The referee and his linesman were conned by Kane's tumble and it got worse when Erik Lamela fell to the ground like he had been shot in injury time and the assistant referee was duped into giving a second penalty.
It's John Aldridge, and unfortunately, it's what Liverpool do when reality hits them...and that takes a fucking while! Think we just move on...bigger things on the horizon for us. Still in the FA Cup tomorrow unlike Liverpool, Arse at the weekend, and Juve in the CL. Let 'em moan!
 

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If i were Spurs and Harry I would sue The Independent and Aldridge for defamation of character and libel. If i were to write a piece saying something about him that he didnt like he wouldn't think twice.
Where was the outrage when Alli didn't get the most stonewall penalty of the season vs United? Or was that cheating too.
I don't approve of diving, I think if Alli got a ban for what he did at Anfield, it would be just, but labelling just one player for doing something most professional footballers do week in week out, is just weak. It's bullying to be honest, as he has the means to go after someone like that and Kane and Alli don't have the same means to respond.
 

ohtottenham!

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Funniest thing is how he finishes his article after all the slagging off...

"On the balance of play, Liverpool probably got lucky to get a draw out of that game as Tottenham were the better side for long periods, but those late decisions from the officials left a nasty taste in the mouth."
 
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nailsy

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Independent just tweeted this (again?). It's Wednesday now:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/so...ed-out-for-what-they-are-cheats-36574934.html

HARRY Kane and Dele Alli should be called out for what they are after their antics at Anfield on Sunday - and that is cheats.

After Alli was booked (yet again) for diving in the box to try and win a penalty in the second half of a thrilling game against Liverpool, Kane got the spot kick Spurs craved as he fell over in the box under minimal contact from keeper Loris Karius.

The referee and his linesman were conned by Kane's tumble and it got worse when Erik Lamela fell to the ground like he had been shot in injury time and the assistant referee was duped into giving a second penalty.
To be fair John Aldridge knows a thing about penalties and cheating. Whenever he took a penalty he would stagger his run up so that the keeper would dive early. It was widely regarded as cheating at the time.

He also knows a thing or two about penalty misses having seen his FA Cup final penalty saved by Dave Beasant in the 1988 final.
 
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