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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 1:39:12 PM   
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No bloody way. Liverpool FC owes Sunderland AFC a massive blowjob for that one. Swallowing and everything.
You mean they own the referee of the match a massive blowjob.And the referee of Liverpool-City. And the referee of West Ham-Liverpool...



Would that be the same ref who failed to send Ramires off for wacking Larsen in the face with his arm?

Yes, but before that he denied Ramirez a penalty and send off the defender who committed it.



When?


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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 1:53:54 PM   
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No bloody way. Liverpool FC owes Sunderland AFC a massive blowjob for that one. Swallowing and everything.
You mean they own the referee of the match a massive blowjob.And the referee of Liverpool-City. And the referee of West Ham-Liverpool...



Would that be the same ref who failed to send Ramires off for wacking Larsen in the face with his arm?

Yes, but before that he denied Ramirez a penalty and send off the defender who committed it.



When?

5 minutes before. Did you watch the game?

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:00:10 PM   
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Yes, and if you're talking about the bit when Ramires and Larsen both went to head the ball just outside the 6 yard box then that was a brilliant bit of defending and not a penalty in the slightest. Contrast that with the foul on Altidore in which his left leg was clearly taken away by Azpilicueta and I'm not sure what Mourinho and his arsehole assistant manager - or you for that matter - have got to complain about (other than that high challenge from Johnson which he inexplicably wasn't even booked for).

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:03:03 PM   
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Yes, and if you're talking about the bit when Ramires and Larsen both went to head the ball just outside the 6 yard box then that was a brilliant bit of defending and not a penalty in the slightest. Contrast that with the foul on Altidore in which his left leg was clearly taken away by Azpilicueta and I'm not sure what Mourinho and his arsehole assistant manager - or you for that matter - have got to complain about (other than that high challenge from Johnson which he inexplicably wasn't even booked for).
Clearly you and then rest of us have watch different games...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:05:06 PM   
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The conspiracy by officials was clear for all to see when Liverpool lost at the Bridge.

The failure to send off Eto'o in the first minute or so for the two footed challenge, then somehow missing his foul on Suarez in the box at 2-1.

It all makes sense now...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:07:12 PM   
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Yes, clearly the fact that Liverpool have been the best attacking force in the division this season has no bearing on their league position - it is obviously all an elaborate conspiracy that no-one but the paranoid is aware of.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:11:34 PM   
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Yes, and if you're talking about the bit when Ramires and Larsen both went to head the ball just outside the 6 yard box then that was a brilliant bit of defending and not a penalty in the slightest. Contrast that with the foul on Altidore in which his left leg was clearly taken away by Azpilicueta and I'm not sure what Mourinho and his arsehole assistant manager - or you for that matter - have got to complain about (other than that high challenge from Johnson which he inexplicably wasn't even booked for).
Clearly you and then rest of us have watch different games...



Really? You're the only person on the planet who's suggested that was a penalty. I didn't notice any Chelsea players or fans appealing for it. And if you think it was a foul can you please explain how the Azpilicueta one wasn't?


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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:21:37 PM   
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Yes, clearly the fact that Liverpool have been the best attacking force in the division this season has no bearing on their league position - it is obviously all an elaborate conspiracy that no-one but the paranoid is aware of.

They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:23:22 PM   
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Yes, and if you're talking about the bit when Ramires and Larsen both went to head the ball just outside the 6 yard box then that was a brilliant bit of defending and not a penalty in the slightest. Contrast that with the foul on Altidore in which his left leg was clearly taken away by Azpilicueta and I'm not sure what Mourinho and his arsehole assistant manager - or you for that matter - have got to complain about (other than that high challenge from Johnson which he inexplicably wasn't even booked for).
Clearly you and then rest of us have watch different games...



Really? You're the only person on the planet who's suggested that was a penalty. I didn't notice any Chelsea players or fans appealing for it. And if you think it was a foul can you please explain how the Azpilicueta one wasn't?

There must be something wrong with your TV if you didn't saw the penalty on Ramirez. Or the penalty that the ref denied to Norwich today...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:26:00 PM   
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I have to say, it's entertaining how much Liverpool being top annoys you

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:26:51 PM   
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Lord Varys is Jose and I claim my 5

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:31:06 PM   
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I can't comment on the Norwich game as I didn't watch it but there's no way on earth that Larsen one on Ramires was a foul and other than you no-one else has claimed it was. But I'm all for different opinions so again, if it was a foul can you explain how the Azpilcueta one wasn't?

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:32:56 PM   
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They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...


So what? It'll be the same for United next season, do you think it will hand them the league title?

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:40:09 PM   
Lord Varys

 

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ORIGINAL: superdan


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys
They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...


So what? It'll be the same for United next season, do you think it will hand them the league title?

It will give them a huge advantage. But don't forget that United in the past has taken both titles in the same year.
And United may be playing to Europa League next year...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:51:41 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys
They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...


So what? It'll be the same for United next season, do you think it will hand them the league title?

It will give them a huge advantage. But don't forget that United in the past has taken both titles in the same year.
And United may be playing to Europa League next year...



You do realise that most teams in the Premier League don't play in Europe? It helps playing fewer games, but I think you're overstating how much of an advantage it is.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 2:58:49 PM   
Lord Varys

 

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ORIGINAL: superdan


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys


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ORIGINAL: superdan


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys
They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...


So what? It'll be the same for United next season, do you think it will hand them the league title?

It will give them a huge advantage. But don't forget that United in the past has taken both titles in the same year.
And United may be playing to Europa League next year...



You do realise that most teams in the Premier League don't play in Europe? It helps playing fewer games, but I think you're overstating how much of an advantage it is.
It's not just the extra games, it's the teams you playing against. You realized how much energy and effort is required to play 2 knock out games against Bayern or Real?

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:11:40 PM   
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Varys, how come you didn't respond to any of the incidents I mentioned that gave Chelsea HUGE advantages in games. You're an utter trolcano. Jog on and leave the serious discussion to reasonable people...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:17:19 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys


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ORIGINAL: superdan


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys


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ORIGINAL: superdan


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ORIGINAL: Lord Varys
They got the advantage of not playing in Europe. The played Hull one Sunday and Cardiff the next with no match between.

Next year when they will have to face Bayern, Real or Barcelona midweek will be a different game.

Next year it will be the big boys game. Can they handle it? Doubt it...


So what? It'll be the same for United next season, do you think it will hand them the league title?

It will give them a huge advantage. But don't forget that United in the past has taken both titles in the same year.
And United may be playing to Europa League next year...



You do realise that most teams in the Premier League don't play in Europe? It helps playing fewer games, but I think you're overstating how much of an advantage it is.
It's not just the extra games, it's the teams you playing against. You realized how much energy and effort is required to play 2 knock out games against Bayern or Real?



What is the point you're making? That Liverpool have benefitted from not being Europe? Everyone knows that, it's hardly an original thought. They've also played the best, most attacking football this season too. Which is why they are top of the league.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:20:18 PM   
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Well since I am not welcome here I will not make any new post in this thread...

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:21:55 PM   
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Seeing as you can't respond to any criticism and just troll like a disgruntled 12 year old, yes. Bog off.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:26:14 PM   
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I think the fact that Varys is an Everton fan tells you all you need to know...


Anyway, more on topic - I can't see Liverpool getting through the next three games without dropping some points playing like that. Whether it'll be enough to let Chelsea or City back in I don't know, but it's gonna be interesting.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:28:05 PM   
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Funny that - I hope Everton get 4th!

Varys, you'd be very welcome if you hadn't come to a Liverpool thread so blatantly trying to get a rise out of everyone. If you were willing to discuss LFC and the league reasonably it would be fine, but all you're interested in spewing envious nonsense and nobody cares.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 3:31:07 PM   
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I think the thing is that now Chelsea MUST go to Anfield and set out to win the game. Liverpool can afford to sit back and hit them on the break. Chelsea aren't a side that are built for that kind of battle as they want to sit back and soak up pressure. I think the fact that now Terry and Cahill are going to have to push up their line will play into Liverpool's favour. Also, I think Chelsea lack invention in midfield. Oscar has been poor for a while and Hazard has been injured and who knows on his full fitness. Chelsea are also lacking a cutting edge up front. Chelsea's main tactic seems to be hope for a goal from a set piece and they really haven't played much good football at all this season. I fancy that Suarez and Sterling can tear apart Chelsea's back four if they get a chance to run at them.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 4:08:47 PM   
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Well since I am not welcome here I will not make any new post in this thread...


That's a very petulant reaction. No-one has been rude or abusive to you, they merely cannot be bothered with the intended naivety of your posts and want to call you out on the obvious.

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RE: Liverpool - 2005/06 - 20/4/2014 4:10:40 PM   
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I did tell him to bog off...

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