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The Official Liverpool Thread, Volume 3

The Official Liverpool Thread, Volume 3

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Frankthered

905 posts

85 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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hornetrider said:
Yes, because what we want in our team is the two worst divers in the league... hehe
What ... are we going for Ashley Young too?

Keyser Soze

16,043 posts

96 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Frankthered said:
hornetrider said:
Yes, because what we want in our team is the two worst divers in the league... hehe
What ... are we going for Ashley Young too?
nono

He won the penalty ergo he is a good diver wink

Being serious though I was disappointed in him exaggerating it and am glad SAF has had a word

Raja

6,642 posts

140 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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I'd rather have someone on the sex offenders register in my team than Drogba.

Uhura fighter

7,018 posts

88 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Keyser Soze said:
nono

He won the penalty ergo he is a good diver wink

Being serious though I was disappointed in him exaggerating it and am glad SAF has had a word
fk that. Pair him up with Tom Daley, 2012 Gold in the bag. yes

Keyser Soze

16,043 posts

96 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Uhura fighter said:
Keyser Soze said:
nono

He won the penalty ergo he is a good diver wink

Being serious though I was disappointed in him exaggerating it and am glad SAF has had a word
fk that. Pair him up with Tom Daley, 2012 Gold in the bag. yes
Apparently he tried but someone outqualified him, it was the technique that won the judges over in the end, I believe he has named the move "The Sniper"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvPBWUykc1U

wink
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Uhura fighter

7,018 posts

88 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Little Baby Jesus, do people still watch Soccer am?

smash



(I clicked that expecting Gerrard whistle)

Keyser Soze

16,043 posts

96 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Uhura fighter said:
Little Baby Jesus, do people still watch Soccer am?

smash



(I clicked that expecting Gerrard whistle)
yes still love Soccer AM its good to lounge on the sofa with a hangover smile

The Carroll one stuck with me more as its a rare one in that I think scoring it may have been easier than convincing the ref he was taken out smile

Black can man

20,856 posts

73 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Raja said:
I'd rather have someone on the sex offenders register in my team than Drogba.
laugh

2seas

3,674 posts

88 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Keyser Soze said:
Uhura fighter said:
Little Baby Jesus, do people still watch Soccer am?

smash



(I clicked that expecting Gerrard whistle)
yes still love Soccer AM its good to lounge on the sofa with a hangover smile

The Carroll one stuck with me more as its a rare one in that I think scoring it may have been easier than convincing the ref he was taken out smile
i'd rather a badger chewed on my ballsac then watch soccer am start to finish. tubes has to be the biggest (most unfunny) gimp in the world.

i tend to record it, watch the 'skills', best goals from the various leagues/divisions, maybe a crossbar challenge and fast forward the rest..

Keyser Soze

16,043 posts

96 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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2seas said:
i'd rather a badger chewed on my ballsac then watch soccer am start to finish. tubes has to be the biggest (most unfunny) gimp in the world.

i tend to record it, watch the 'skills', best goals from the various leagues/divisions, maybe a crossbar challenge and fast forward the rest..
I don't mind tubes to be fair but yes I get up at 10 ish and then fast forward through the crap bits, but I do enjoy the show, it gives me a chance to see some of the goals from other leagues as well

im

34,302 posts

122 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Keyser Soze said:
...it gives me a chance to see some of the goals from other leagues as well
There are other leagues? yikes

CIE560

14,745 posts

98 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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im said:
Keyser Soze said:
...it gives me a chance to see some of the goals from other leagues as well
There are other leagues? yikes
He spelled games wrong

flatline84

1,060 posts

62 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Drogba to liverpool? The man single-handedly defeated barcelona, he still got it.

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

160 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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flatline84 said:
Drogba to liverpool? The man single-handedly defeated barcelona, he still got it.
Single handedly?

flatline84

1,060 posts

62 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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Did you see a goal in that team except for drogba?

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

160 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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flatline84 said:
Did you see a goal in that team except for drogba?
I saw the likes of Cahill playing superbly. It certainly wasn't a one man effort.

curlie467

6,117 posts

106 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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flatline84 said:
Did you see a goal in that team except for drogba?
With his talent he can single-handedly change a game with that flash of brilliance but it certainly is no one-man effort to stop barca.

glassspares

128 posts

90 months

Friday 20th April 2012
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I thought Drogba had signed a 2 year deal with the Chinese side that Anelka is now player manager at ??

Raja

6,642 posts

140 months

Saturday 21st April 2012
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Damien Comolli lost his job as Liverpool’s director of football last week as the club’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, held him responsible for the failure of high profile, big-money signings such as Andy Carroll.

While Comolli publicly accepted his dismissal with good grace, saying he was “grateful” to have worked for Liverpool, friends of the Frenchman have told The Sweeper that he is privately “bitter and upset” about his departure.

Comolli feels that the American owners and manager Kenny Dalglish pushed him towards a transfer policy of targeting young British players even though he advised them that there was more value for money abroad.

For example, Comolli is believed to have been extremely interested in signing Juan Mata last summer from Valencia and received encouragement from the Spaniard’s representatives.

Dalglish was not so keen and the Reds instead signed an expensive compromise in Stewart Downing from Aston Villa for £20 million. The England winger is yet to score or provide an assist in the Premier League so far this season.

While Comolli accepts that he was happy to buy Downing, he believes that the restrictions placed upon him led to Liverpool signing average players who have underperformed this season as Dalglish’s side sit eighth in the league table.

There were a couple of success stories in Luis Suarez (£22.8m) and Jose Enrique (£6m) but Comolli was ultimately held accountable for the poor returns from Carroll (£35m), Downing (£20m), Jordan Henderson (£16m) and Charlie Adam (£7m).

The 49-year-old has now returned to France to spend time with his family - who never moved to Merseyside - and is keen for his next job to be with a Ligue 1 club due to the “family reasons” cited in the statement announcing his departure from Anfield.

Uhura fighter

7,018 posts

88 months

Saturday 21st April 2012
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Raja said:
Goal.con article - copy and paste
Meh.


ETA: Oh, Damien Commoli is 10 (ten) years younger than that article states, can't get that right.....

Edited by Uhura fighter on Saturday 21st April 22:32

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