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RobinLFC

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These fans are real scousers, people from Liverpool that are the lifeblood of that football club that turn up and support the team through good times and bad and are horrible cnuts that really won`t give a flying feck what you think about them.
Rashford and Pogba don’t care what you think of their performances either buddy yet here we are both on this forum giving our opinion on stuff.
 

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Rashford and Pogba don’t care what you think of their performances either buddy yet here we are both on this forum giving our opinion on stuff.
You are missing the point, as a Liverpool supporter you don`t seem to understand scousers.
 

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Is it feck, it is anything but "normal behavior" imo. I don't want to be associated with these morons who can't behave properly, regardless of what they're celebrating. Attacking an ambulance is a major no-no even in regular times, let alone during this pandemic. How sick, or blind drunk, or morally apprehensive (or all three combined) do you have to be to do such a thing? I don't have any time for these "fans", it's literally the most egocentric thing you could be doing right now and basically giving the finger to the NHS, people at risk, your own grandparents, you name it.

It genuinely thought the majority of the fans living in and around Liverpool would be smarter than that, and maybe the people in those videos are just a very tiny minority of our actual fanbase and 90% did actually behave, don't know, but it's a stain on our title win as far as I'm concerned. There are enough other ways to celebrate this.
Agreed, all this bullshit and excuses about how it was always gonna happen, inevitable etc. Nah, the general gathering whilst not the best idea can sort of be looked over but the other stuff. High profile ex players turning up, fans trashing the city, setting buildings on fire, attacking emergency services, turning up at opposition fans grounds etc. That’s disgraceful and should no way be looked at as “it was always gonna happen, first title In thirty years“.

When City won the league for the first time in fifty four year none of this shit went on. When Leicester won the league for the first time in their history none of this went on.
When Chelsea won the league for the first time, none of this shit went on. Certain people in this thread are trying to put the blame for this down to the PL and the powers that be for restarting but if you do that you are absorbing responsibility from a section of disgracefully behaving Liverpool fans and that is so wrong.
 

RobinLFC

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You are missing the point, as a Liverpool supporter you don`t seem to understand scousers.
It has little to do with scousers for me. The same happened in Napels, Munich, Budapest, Prague and other cities where titles / silverware were celebrated. These are just cnuts of the highest order, all of them in all those cities. You might pride yourself about the fact that Mancs wouldn't do this but most of those celebrating outside wouldn't either if it was our 14th title in 30 years, I'd guess (or hope). There's just no excuses to be made for them, I hope they get identified and fined, but sadly doesn't look to be the case. I don't get why some on here are so desperate to label all inhabitants of a certain city or area as inherently bad people though, because obviously that's never the case.

Agreed, all this bullshit and excuses about how it was always gonna happen, inevitable etc. Nah, the general gathering whilst not the best idea can sort of be looked over but the other stuff. High profile ex players turning up, fans trashing the city, setting buildings on fire, attacking emergency services, turning up at opposition fans grounds etc. That’s disgraceful and should no way be looked at as “it was always gonna happen, first title In thirty years“.

When City won the league for the first time in fifty four year none of this shit went on. When Leicester won the league for the first time in their history none of this went on.
When Chelsea won the league for the first time, none of this shit went on. Certain people in this thread are trying to put the blame for this down to the PL and the powers that be for restarting but if you do that you are absorbing responsibility from a section of disgracefully behaving Liverpool fans and that is so wrong.
Agreed all around yeah.
 

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It has little to do with scousers for me. The same happened in Napels, Munich, Budapest, Prague and other cities where titles / silverware were celebrated. These are just cnuts of the highest order, all of them in all those cities. You might pride yourself about the fact that Mancs wouldn't do this but most of those celebrating outside wouldn't either if it was our 14th title in 30 years, I'd guess (or hope). There's just no excuses to be made for them, I hope they get identified and fined, but sadly doesn't look to be the case. I don't get why some on here are so desperate to label all inhabitants of a certain city or area as inherently bad people though, because obviously that's never the case.


Agreed all around yeah.
I think you've been on the whole fair in what you've said but I do feel there's too many examples of Liverpool "supporters" behaving like animals in recent times to say "oh it happens all over". I know you're not trying to excuse it but it seems all too often the club is being disgraced by its fans at home and abroad. It wasn't that long ago they were bullying then dunking a local in a fountain overseas then in Athens we had them attacking people to steal their tickets and rushing the gates.

As pointed out Blackburn, City, Leicester and Chelsea didn't behave like this when they won their league titles so don't see any reason to let the fan base off the hook to be honest. Some have even driven up to Goodison Park and disrespected their memorial wall and the statue of Dixie Dean. Can you imagine if that happened at the Shankly Gates and Hillsborough memorial?

I think Liverpool are far from endearing themselves to anyone at the moment. The club should have had the players, manager and ex-pros set a far better example than they did. Holding a party and broadcasting it was utterly stupid and gave the greenlight to the mindless idiots to congregate and do the same. The clubs PR of late is absolutely awful.
 

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Agreed, all this bullshit and excuses about how it was always gonna happen, inevitable etc. Nah, the general gathering whilst not the best idea can sort of be looked over but the other stuff. High profile ex players turning up, fans trashing the city, setting buildings on fire, attacking emergency services, turning up at opposition fans grounds etc. That’s disgraceful and should no way be looked at as “it was always gonna happen, first title In thirty years“.

When City won the league for the first time in fifty four year none of this shit went on. When Leicester won the league for the first time in their history none of this went on.
When Chelsea won the league for the first time, none of this shit went on. Certain people in this thread are trying to put the blame for this down to the PL and the powers that be for restarting but if you do that you are absorbing responsibility from a section of disgracefully behaving Liverpool fans and that is so wrong.
It is no excuse. Everyone knew it would happen. Everyone. Except som people. If people really thought Liverpool fans would be sitting at home and clapping hands they don't understand human nature.

Yes, the blame should also go to all those who were for football to be played no matter what. Just for the sake of money. The league shoud have been stopped. Liverpool given title and this kind of celebration wouldn't accure.
 

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I think you've been on the whole fair in what you've said but I do feel there's too many examples of Liverpool "supporters" behaving like animals in recent times to say "oh it happens all over". I know you're not trying to excuse it but it seems all too often the club is being disgraced by its fans at home and abroad. It wasn't that long ago they were bullying then dunking a local in a fountain overseas then in Athens we had them attacking people to steal their tickets and rushing the gates.

As pointed out Blackburn, City, Leicester and Chelsea didn't behave like this when they won their league titles so don't see any reason to let the fan base off the hook to be honest. Some have even driven up to Goodison Park and disrespected their memorial wall and the statue of Dixie Dean. Can you imagine if that happened at the Shankly Gates and Hillsborough memorial?

I think Liverpool are far from endearing themselves to anyone at the moment. The club should have had the players, manager and ex-pros set a far better example than they did. Holding a party and broadcasting it was utterly stupid and gave the greenlight to the mindless idiots to congregate and do the same. The clubs PR of late is absolutely awful.
Don't think there was anything wrong with the "party" amongst the players - I'm not clued up about the current rules in the UK but they were in each other's bubble anyway? In hindsight they should've done more beforehand to raise awareness and to prevent this stuff from happening rather than reacting to it (like Klopp has done, I believe - haven't been following it that closely since I've had some busy days during and after the weekend right now).

About your first paragraph, it does indeed seem like there's a rather vocal and active part of our fans who put the worldwide fan base as a whole in a bad spotlight. There are no excuses for the things you mentioned, just none. Some clubs have a bad reputation and act like it (Feyenoord, Rangers, Milwall come to mind off the top of my head) and I really don't want Liverpool fans to be mentioned in the same breath as those but their latest actions haven't been beneficiary to that. On our total fan base of probably tens of millions of people, it's still a very very very little minority probably, but it seems to be the match-going fans and people living in and around Liverpool doing most of the damage, so yeah, there's that... Still don't believe it has anything to do with inherently being scouse though, although I can see why people would argue the opposite.
 

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Don't think there was anything wrong with the "party" amongst the players - I'm not clued up about the current rules in the UK but they were in each other's bubble anyway? In hindsight they should've done more beforehand to raise awareness and to prevent this stuff from happening rather than reacting to it (like Klopp has done, I believe - haven't been following it that closely since I've had some busy days during and after the weekend right now).

About your first paragraph, it does indeed seem like there's a rather vocal and active part of our fans who put the worldwide fan base as a whole in a bad spotlight. There are no excuses for the things you mentioned, just none. Some clubs have a bad reputation and act like it (Feyenoord, Rangers, Milwall come to mind off the top of my head) and I really don't want Liverpool fans to be mentioned in the same breath as those but their latest actions haven't been beneficiary to that. On our total fan base of probably tens of millions of people, it's still a very very very little minority probably, but it seems to be the match-going fans and people living in and around Liverpool doing most of the damage, so yeah, there's that... Still don't believe it has anything to do with inherently being scouse though, although I can see why people would argue the opposite.
Again all pretty fair. RE the players though you can't have multiple bubbles so it wasn't correct for them to do. In addition I feel they have to be seen to be being better than that too given the standard they should be held toward. Just seemed pretty careless to me and unnecessary. Have a zoom party like everyone has been having to endure.
 

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It is no excuse. Everyone knew it would happen. Everyone. Except som people. If people really thought Liverpool fans would be sitting at home and clapping hands they don't understand human nature.

Yes, the blame should also go to all those who were for football to be played no matter what. Just for the sake of money. The league shoud have been stopped. Liverpool given title and this kind of celebration wouldn't accure.
Blah blah blah, do you not get tired of this schtick?
 

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Blah blah blah, do you not get tired of this schtick?
Not when I am correct. Ignoring facts and history and not learning anything by that, is not a way to go forward. Ignoring science and ignoring everything that is right is not going forward. People, that nobody listens to, warned of problems with going forward with football.