Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by Pexbo, Jun 9, 2018.
God with the "Tilt"
To this day, I am convinced he did this on purpose. There is no other explanation.
I'm sure he did
They definitely stole it from somewhere.
Funnily enough thay were exactly like that in the '60s and there was no such thing as RAWK in those days. Always the victim when they lost.
I'd be convinced too if he didn't have history. Did the same thing against France at Euro 2004, putting Henry through to win a penalty. If that wasn't bad enough, he somehow managed to do it again two years later against the very same player, giving Henry the ball at 1-1. No idea if he did it at any other point.
Didn’t he manage to do it against Uruguay in the World Cup? tried some sort of header back to the keeper o my for Suarez to run on to it and score? Or am I imagining that?
Had a look and saw that England played Uruguay in 2014 (literally had no idea that game happened) and then found a Telegraph article from around the same time about how Gerrard "laid on" both goals, but all I see is Cavani having a hand in both (cross for the first and flicked it on for the second). If that is the same game, lord knows what that Telegraph journalist was smoking.
It happened. One he played it on for Suarez and the other he basically let them run through midfield without a challenge.
My memory is bad these days, but didn't he gift Henry a similar 'goal' to help Arsenal as well?
Yep, he was our captain trying to play the Pirlo role, and was one of, if not our worst players. Seems to be a trend in recent years
But I don't think he "laid on" either goal like he did for Drogba or Henry. We were looking for examples of that, so putting either one of those up there with his shite back passes seems like a bit of a stretch.
When did we do that?
He's a shitbag, and any excuse to put the boot in I'll gleefully accept. The first can be put down to maybe Suarez giving a shout (it happens) but the second was just ridiculous.
Literally think I'm not thinking of the same game. However it happened, England lost that day and all was well in the world.
Besides, don't like the guy myself because he always came across as a bit small-time. I'll be the same and hope his Rangers side get walloped by Celtic tomorrow.
There are quite a few Mourinho critics on here, but you can’t deny his success. Easily the second most successful manager actively working now.
This part is hilarious to me. I went to uni in Liverpool. My flatmate was from Watford, supported Liverpool, and tried to give me stick about this
I couldn't believe it.
They really think they're the best in the world.
If so the karma was fierce when he slipped against the same club having the same effect on his own teams title hopes.
A guy i know who is 28 now was trying to argue the other day that him supporting liverpool wasn't glory hunting (lives 200miles away....never been to a game), as they haven't won the league in his lifetime.
Ignoring that they were by far the most successful team when he started supporting them.
Oh. It was following his uncle apparently!
Barca a nothing club.
Well they are certainly a lot better than us and capable of beating any team in the world.
Go away before you get thread banhammered for several hours. We are merciless in the face of realism and things we don't want to read.
What the feck
I've read some terribly deluded shite over on Rawk but calling Barcelona a nothing club just takes the piss. I obviously don't have to get into why Barcelona is 10 times the size of Liverpool but this state should just show the difference.
Past 20 years trophy count:
Barcelona - 36 (11 league titles, 4 CL) Treble x2.
Liverpool - 9 (0 league, 1 CL)
I've added another league title and Cup Del Ray (final vs Valencia) to the above numbers because they're clearly gonna win both.
beautiful, luscious, transplanted hair.
Menos Que Un Club
Are they calling their former player a scrub?
Seriously what is wrong with those people?
I've been harassing some scousers on twitter about Salah avoiding a red.
I'm apparently 10 years old and have no right to speak after I referred to the ground as 'scamfield' another guy claims I'm just showing malice towards Saint Salah for pointing out he almost broke a guys leg, and another one reckons that scousers hate the English.
Mental, they're mental.
￼￼ They're a cult.
Yeah, puerile I know, but it got em goin
They certainly seem to have drank the koolaid.
Dammit, I'm outta posts.
Suppose I'll do some work then.
Inevitably, Rafa makes a guest appearance in Brokeback Mountain the Liverpool v Chelsea match preview:
F*cking hell, not a-bloody-gain...
And even more inevitably, the poetry:
Oh you're Jonno's cousin and talking about 1860s.
''PleaseKillMe'' is certainly ticking all the boxes there.
They're so fecking weird.
Can we have one from here - .
I'm beginning to seriously wonder about this place, and I'm not great at times.
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