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The Normal One. wrote:
ozzie owl wrote: Or, in Mane's case,

Mane new nic name is Autumn Leaves :wink:
Couldn’t agree more, a thing of beauty.

Have you ever said anything positive about the English game or anyone that plays in it?
As you clearly despise all English football, why do you watch it?
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ozzie owl wrote:
The Normal One. wrote:
ozzie owl wrote: Or, in Mane's case,

Mane new nic name is Autumn Leaves :wink:
Couldn’t agree more, a thing of beauty.

Have you ever said anything positive about the English game or anyone that plays in it?
As you clearly despise all English football, why do you watch it?
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You said whatever first and have now edited . Why the ?

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MegaBonus wrote:^^^^^^

the English would agree with you....but then again, many a POM would gladly declare viva Ardiles, viva Villa...
I doubt MANY would at all. Why are you so racist?
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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I chose to edit, you never done that ?

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ozzie owl wrote:I chose to edit, you never done that ?

I don't think I've ever edited from not caring to pretending to not understand.
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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ozzie owl wrote:I chose to edit, you never done that ?
Yes, but not like that.

My observation is spot on - I think you know that, but are in denial.

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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MegaBonus wrote:you do realise that it is a contact game don't you???
Yes, and do you do know that (in today's interpretations of the laws) if you contact the player and not the ball it's a foul?
Why is the level of contact required for a foul different in the penalty box and the centre circle? I struggle with that one.
I am with you on this. Also refs often book a player easily, and then they are scared to give another soft yellow resulting in a red.

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The Normal One. wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:I chose to edit, you never done that ?
Yes, but not like that.

My observation is spot on - I think you know that, but are in denial.
Sorry your observation is bit like Liverpool shooting today , well off the mark .

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ozzie owl wrote:
The Normal One. wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:I chose to edit, you never done that ?
Yes, but not like that.

My observation is spot on - I think you know that, but are in denial.
Sorry your observation is bit like Liverpool shooting today , well of the mark .
I think you will find it was pretty close, may not have been spot on, but accurate enough to worry those it was aimed at.

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IMO I don’t think a one goal lead will be enough for Atletico to prevent Liverpool going through to the next round.

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This would cause a bit of a stir if it happened :lol:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... virus.html
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It won't happen.

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Has Klopp put out a youuth team again?

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Inoue Waka wrote:Has Klopp put out a youuth team again?


It was going to happen sooner or later, but Watford is a surprise. They've played brilliant, but have also had luck go their way in a few games, today it went against them. If Lallana scores instead of hitting the post, it could have been a different result. That's the small margins in a game of football.

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I haven't seen the game. VG Live updates kept popping the score up. Tranmere Rovers fought back from 3-0 down when they went to Watford earlier this year.

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Only great teams go 49 unbeaten
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Do you get extra points or cash for going through a season unbeaten?
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Bomber wrote:Do you get extra points or cash for going through a season unbeaten?


No doubt Bomber you would of hung your hat on it, 'if' you surpassed our record :lol:
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haywood djablowme wrote:
Bomber wrote:Do you get extra points or cash for going through a season unbeaten?


No doubt Bomber you would of hung your hat on it, 'if' you surpassed our record :lol:


Some people like a cherry on top, others are indifferent to it, but the cake still is the main prize. :wink:

By the way, any ambitions to do anything in Europe any time soon for your lot?
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Bomber wrote:
haywood djablowme wrote:
Bomber wrote:Do you get extra points or cash for going through a season unbeaten?


No doubt Bomber you would of hung your hat on it, 'if' you surpassed our record :lol:


Some people like a cherry on top, others are indifferent to it, but the cake still is the main prize. :wink:

By the way, any ambitions to do anything in Europe any time soon for your lot?


Like you mention, Europe is like the cherry on top, EPL is the cake, so we need to improve the cake making skills before we even think about decorating the cake with a cherry :wink:
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The European cherry is quite a bloody big cherry, and can often "outweigh" the cake. :wink:
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Right no you'd prefer the cake.
I hate ethnics like Cyril.

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2 in a row.....
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haywood djablowme wrote:2 in a row.....

3 out of 4

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shaky ground ? lol
I may not be perfect but I'm still the closest I have ever come across

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Looks like the reds are in a bit of a rut at the moment.

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My prediction is Covid 19 will force the cancellation of the EPL and no winner 2019/20. Liverpool would love that..

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"Liverpool could win Premier League title without kicking another ball

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side could win the Premier League title without kicking another ball after Manchester City dropped points again.
The Reds need just six more points to mathematically guarantee their first league trophy in 30 years after City were beaten by Manchester rivals United on Sunday.
However, with City playing two games before Liverpool travel to Everton on Monday night, Klopp's men could be crowned Premier League champions before kick-off at Goodison Park.
If Pep Guardiola's City side lose to Arsenal on Wednesday and then Burnley on Saturday, Liverpool will win the 2019/20 Premier League.
That's because the biggest total City could achieve from their final eight games afterwards is 81 points - with Liverpool currently sitting on 82.
One defeat against either Arsenal or Burnley would also see Liverpool crowned champions with a win over Everton.
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eagleboy wrote:"Liverpool could win Premier League title without kicking another ball

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side could win the Premier League title without kicking another ball after Manchester City dropped points again.
The Reds need just six more points to mathematically guarantee their first league trophy in 30 years after City were beaten by Manchester rivals United on Sunday.
However, with City playing two games before Liverpool travel to Everton on Monday night, Klopp's men could be crowned Premier League champions before kick-off at Goodison Park.
If Pep Guardiola's City side lose to Arsenal on Wednesday and then Burnley on Saturday, Liverpool will win the 2019/20 Premier League.
That's because the biggest total City could achieve from their final eight games afterwards is 81 points - with Liverpool currently sitting on 82.
One defeat against either Arsenal or Burnley would also see Liverpool crowned champions with a win over Everton.
"


I'd actually like to see them win it at Everton, that would be funny. :lol:
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
eagleboy wrote:"Liverpool could win Premier League title without kicking another ball

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side could win the Premier League title without kicking another ball after Manchester City dropped points again.
The Reds need just six more points to mathematically guarantee their first league trophy in 30 years after City were beaten by Manchester rivals United on Sunday.
However, with City playing two games before Liverpool travel to Everton on Monday night, Klopp's men could be crowned Premier League champions before kick-off at Goodison Park.
If Pep Guardiola's City side lose to Arsenal on Wednesday and then Burnley on Saturday, Liverpool will win the 2019/20 Premier League.
That's because the biggest total City could achieve from their final eight games afterwards is 81 points - with Liverpool currently sitting on 82.
One defeat against either Arsenal or Burnley would also see Liverpool crowned champions with a win over Everton.
"


I'd actually like to see them win it at Everton, that would be funny. :lol:


Like when we won it @ the Lane Cyril :wink:
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