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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 3:21 pm

hairy cataract wrote:
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hairy cataract wrote:I'm loving the weeping and wailing from the victims over at Shiteland - here's a real beaut:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/kevin-mirallas-luis-suarez-everton-2849703

Hilarious, they really can't see what utter cocks they're making of themselves can they?  Where was the soul-searching last season when Suarez deliberately put Mirallas out of the game and then tried to do the same to Distin?  How come no mention of Stevie La's elbow jump?  

Brilliant.  Their arses are really showing here, and it can only be good for us.
The point was made earlier in this thread that Mirallas is a hero outside of Anfield right now - the comments underneath this driveling article back up that notion completely.
Some of those replies are brilliant.  Like I say, I'm loving it cos the RS just come across as blind, bitter and foolish as usual.


Just noticed one of the comments that has been left was written by Sacko.

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Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 3:57 pm

Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:I'm loving the weeping and wailing from the victims over at Shiteland - here's a real beaut:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/kevin-mirallas-luis-suarez-everton-2849703

Hilarious, they really can't see what utter cocks they're making of themselves can they?  Where was the soul-searching last season when Suarez deliberately put Mirallas out of the game and then tried to do the same to Distin?  How come no mention of Stevie La's elbow jump?  

Brilliant.  Their arses are really showing here, and it can only be good for us.
The point was made earlier in this thread that Mirallas is a hero outside of Anfield right now - the comments underneath this driveling article back up that notion completely.
Some of those replies are brilliant.  Like I say, I'm loving it cos the RS just come across as blind, bitter and foolish as usual.
Just noticed one of the comments that has been left was written by Sacko.
I thought the article needed some balance

Yeah it was disgraceful Jamie, the physio was probably only commenting on what kind of coffin to get Suarez and Barry pushed him under a lorry, Barry should be jailed for that kind of behaviour, or at least have an article written about him.

Especially because Suarez had been kicked in the leg and that is a well known cause of death in football, especially when you are being treated by two other physios and you are sitting up, he could have swallowed his cup cake or something and then Barry would have been charged with murder and hanged, possibly or something like that.

Touching a physio on the field of play is also a criminal offence, especially if they are in the performance of their duty, or talking to a referee, so that's two hangings Barry should have had.

And if it had been the other way round and Suarez had touched an Everton physio I bet he would have been red carded, and banned for 10 games, and deported, and sold to Real Madrid!!!

Its terrible how Everton always get away with everything and we never do anything wrong.
   

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Post  Sack the Juggler on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 4:51 pm

Sack the Juggler wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:I'm loving the weeping and wailing from the victims over at Shiteland - here's a real beaut:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/kevin-mirallas-luis-suarez-everton-2849703

Hilarious, they really can't see what utter cocks they're making of themselves can they?  Where was the soul-searching last season when Suarez deliberately put Mirallas out of the game and then tried to do the same to Distin?  How come no mention of Stevie La's elbow jump?  

Brilliant.  Their arses are really showing here, and it can only be good for us.
The point was made earlier in this thread that Mirallas is a hero outside of Anfield right now - the comments underneath this driveling article back up that notion completely.
Some of those replies are brilliant.  Like I say, I'm loving it cos the RS just come across as blind, bitter and foolish as usual.
Just noticed one of the comments that has been left was written by Sacko.
I thought the article needed some balance

Yeah it was disgraceful Jamie, the physio was probably only commenting on what kind of coffin to get Suarez and Barry pushed him under a lorry, Barry should be jailed for that kind of behaviour, or at least have an article written about him.

Especially because Suarez had been kicked in the leg and that is a well known cause of death in football, especially when you are being treated by two other physios and you are sitting up, he could have swallowed his cup cake or something and then Barry would have been charged with murder and hanged, possibly or something like that.

Touching a physio on the field of play is also a criminal offence, especially if they are in the performance of their duty, or talking to a referee, so that's two hangings Barry should have had.

And if it had been the other way round and Suarez had touched an Everton physio I bet he would have been red carded, and banned for 10 games, and deported, and sold to Real Madrid!!!

Its terrible how Everton always get away with everything and we never do anything wrong.
   
Embarassed  oops sorry, this was in response to the one Hairy mentioned about Everton being jailed for allowing Suarez to die, or something!

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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 8:06 pm

Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181

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Post  Lumper on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 9:07 pm

Bluejagz wrote:Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181
I'd a run in with Ken Early on Friday. He's a bit of tosser actually. I was having a smoke outside a club I was in and he came out with a mate to the smoking area and started telling a story about the Irish team drinking in Poznan. He was about to drop names and he turns to me and says "this is a private conversation". So I told him if that was the case he should take his ginger nuts elsewhere. When I got back inside I found out he'd complained to the promoter (my mate) about me. I'll probably be meeting him again in a few weeks Everton 3 Liverpool 3 (Mirallas, Lukaku 2) - Page 15 361146 
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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 9:11 pm

Lumper wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181
I'd a run in with Ken Early on Friday. He's a bit of tosser actually. I was having a smoke outside a club I was in and he came out with a mate to the smoking area and started telling a story about the Irish team drinking in Poznan. He was about to drop names and he turns to me and says "this is a private conversation". So I told him if that was the case he should take his ginger nuts elsewhere. When I got back inside I found out he'd complained to the promoter (my mate) about me. I'll probably be meeting him again in a few weeks Everton 3 Liverpool 3 (Mirallas, Lukaku 2) - Page 15 361146 
lol! How close were you to him now? Yeah, you can take him or leave him a bit. Diffo very confident in his own skin, id say.

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Post  hairy cataract on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 9:18 pm

Lumper wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181
I'd a run in with Ken Early on Friday. He's a bit of tosser actually. I was having a smoke outside a club I was in and he came out with a mate to the smoking area and started telling a story about the Irish team drinking in Poznan. He was about to drop names and he turns to me and says "this is a private conversation". So I told him if that was the case he should take his ginger nuts elsewhere. When I got back inside I found out he'd complained to the promoter (my mate) about me. I'll probably be meeting him again in a few weeks Everton 3 Liverpool 3 (Mirallas, Lukaku 2) - Page 15 361146 
What a fuckwit. If it was a private conversation why was the dozy cunt having it in public? You should have stubbed your fag out on his bollocks.
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Post  Lumper on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 9:32 pm

Bluejagz wrote:
Lumper wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181
I'd a run in with Ken Early on Friday. He's a bit of tosser actually. I was having a smoke outside a club I was in and he came out with a mate to the smoking area and started telling a story about the Irish team drinking in Poznan. He was about to drop names and he turns to me and says "this is a private conversation". So I told him if that was the case he should take his ginger nuts elsewhere. When I got back inside I found out he'd complained to the promoter (my mate) about me. I'll probably be meeting him again in a few weeks Everton 3 Liverpool 3 (Mirallas, Lukaku 2) - Page 15 361146 
lol! How close were you to him now? Yeah, you can take him or leave him a bit. Diffo very confident in his own skin, id say.
I'd never really had an opinion and had read a lot of his stuff. The smoking area was small, so I'd no where to go without hearing his story. Hairy's right, he's a fuckwit.
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Post  RhinoJagz on Mon 25 Nov 2013, 10:18 pm

Lumper wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:
Lumper wrote:
Bluejagz wrote:Interesting observation by Ken Early in Irish Times about the immediate direction of the two clubs.

Eighteen months later, Rodgers has built a team that looks more like a Serie A side of the 1990s – an essentially defensive outfit whose attacking threat is based on the individual creativity of a pair of skilful strikers. It couldn’t be much further from the Barcelona blueprint that was originally envisaged.
This system has worked because it accommodates both Sturridge and Suarez without sacrificing numerical advantage in central midfield. It has also accommodated the individualistic skills of Gerrard, whose job is to hit the strikers with killer passes.
The dilemma for Liverpool is that a gameplan built around the peculiar skills of Suarez and Gerrard might not have much of a future. Everton, even though they don’t even own some of their key players, seem to have a sharper sense of their own identity on the field. At full-time on Saturday Rodgers looked the happier of the two managers, but Everton supporters are more likely to have gone home thinking their manager knows what kind of team he is trying to build.
http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/soccer/merseyside-derby-shows-why-the-worst-premier-league-in-years-is-also-the-best-1.1606181
I'd a run in with Ken Early on Friday. He's a bit of tosser actually. I was having a smoke outside a club I was in and he came out with a mate to the smoking area and started telling a story about the Irish team drinking in Poznan. He was about to drop names and he turns to me and says "this is a private conversation". So I told him if that was the case he should take his ginger nuts elsewhere. When I got back inside I found out he'd complained to the promoter (my mate) about me. I'll probably be meeting him again in a few weeks Everton 3 Liverpool 3 (Mirallas, Lukaku 2) - Page 15 361146 
lol! How close were you to him now? Yeah, you can take him or leave him a bit. Diffo very confident in his own skin, id say.
I'd never really had an opinion and had read a lot of his stuff. The smoking area was small, so I'd no where to go without hearing his story. Hairy's right, he's a fuckwit.
Il text Second Captains telling them that he's a fuckwit so. Hopefully they will address it on the Podcast tomorrow.Very Happy 

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