WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

claretandbluedagger 6:16 Sun Nov 10
Liverpool v Manchester City
Sky once again giving us uninterrupted coverage of Liverpool fans singing, in a way they do for no other club. They've been salivating that a club top of the league has a good atmosphere against the team in second place.

Let's hope City put them in their place.

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tanman 4:46 Wed Nov 13
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
"We were fairly close before those events", what planet are you on? Close to historically the 2nd best team ever in Europe in terms of European Cups and multiple league winners?

Johnson 1:44 Tue Nov 12
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Sterling dropped from the England match against Montenegro due to a disturbance in a private squad area today.

He’s chinned Gomes hasn’t he?

side effect 10:40 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
He sat me aside and said son var will win the league so I ended up with some tranqs to get me buy

Hammer and Pickle 9:34 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
What did the doctor say?

side effect 9:27 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
I really thought I was off anti-depressants for good but see the dr today telling him that i just couldnt cope with Liverpool winning the title again.

Keep dreaming 8:27 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Add to the madness when tottenham got a penalty against manc when the ball touched Walkers arm.

Stevethehammer 7:58 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
This Stockley park bollocks is the problem. If a var referee rules it as offside, onside, no hand ball etc then its taken as gospel. Judging by the decisions yesterday the Stockley Park official's are Liverpool fans.

El Scorchio 1:13 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Sven Roeder 1:02

Well, in the context of other decisions they've made, this clearly shows it's one rule for one, and one rule for another isn't it.

El Scorchio 1:08 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Agree- it's stupid. I'd have said that was surely a clear and obvious error too.

If they are happy giving penalties for people getting the ball booted at their arms from five yards away, then how the hell when he clearly raises his arm to deflect the ball away from a good distance where it was kicked is that not a nailed on penalty under the new rules.

In the end, it doesn't matter what the rules and methods are, if the people applying them can't do it properly or consistently. But under it's current use, VAR has added nothing to the game. They are still just going with what the on field call is almost all the time, whether it's accurate or not, which leads to what definitely are mistakes and bad calls, but just not 'obvious' enough being seen by everyone but still allowed to stand. The application of the technology is simply woeful.

Use it for offside and nothing else. And while they are at it, measure from the torso rather than the furthest extremity. Someone being onside or offside because of a trailing arm or toe is just stupid.

Sven Roeder 1:02 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
The word Sky had from Stockley Park was that A-A’s arm wasn’t in an unnatural position. Think they may have even talked about the ‘short’ distance the ball travelled.
The mind boggles
The ball travelled about 3 or 4 yards and he instinctively moved his arm to block it.
They might as well bin the whole thing if those are the sort of decisions they are coming up with

Sniper 12:48 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City

A caller on 5live asked last night if, had the penalty been given, would VAR have over ruled and said no if they didn’t think it was a penalty. And the answer was no because it ‘wouldn’t have been a clear and obvious mistake’.

VAR is utter shite in its current setup. If it won’t over rule that but it’ll label a player offside by his armpit or onside like palaces goal against us, I’m not interested. The current USA free just picks and chooses what is clear and obvious and still refuses to make big decisions agains big clubs at home - it’s utterly pointless

El Scorchio 12:18 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
I'd love to hear an explanation of why that wasn't given under the new rules.

In fact I'd love to hear an explanation of why it wouldn't have been given under the old rules. It was as blatant as they come and he knew exactly what he was doing.

With decisions like that, the VAR officials or committee really should address the public/media with exact details of why that wasn't deemed a foul, especially in comparison with other examples from this season which have been given. They have to be answerable to someone.

But of course they won't.

Stevethehammer 11:56 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
As much as they have been good this season and there is no denying that.. I hate seeing them get all the fucking luck.
That handball yesterday was so so blatant even a VAR call wasn't needed. Liverpool will win the league and the media will absolutely cream themselves silly but seeing them win the league whilst they get every single decision go for them leaves a sour taste. The var call last week in Firmino offside, even the media seemed to be on Liverpool's side over it.

El Scorchio 10:29 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Just happened to see some highlights on BBC breakfast.

Fucking hell, in the context of decisions this season how the absolute fuck was a penalty not given to Man City for handball??

Ridiculous. I have to believe that’s given against any other club.

Sven Roeder 10:08 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Have no love for Liverpool but as long as Chelsea and especially Spurs are out of the picture I am fairly indifferent and disinterested as to who wins it.
I’d be a bit amused if Leicester came through and pipped everyone again though.

Takashi Miike 9:24 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
can't stand their fans or ex players in the media but klopp goes about playing the game the right way, so I can't begrudge him winning a title

Manuel 4:56 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Good result, I fucking loathe Man City.

Whether you like it or not (and most are not) Liverpool are back.

Eerie Descent 12:30 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
The same price as 1 Paul Pogba.

Pagey 12:02 Mon Nov 11
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Liverpool’s front three and both full backs cost a combined total of just over £100m. In today’s world that’s a ridiculous amount of talent for five genuine world class players.

Mad Dog 10:31 Sun Nov 10
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
Scorchio. Spot on

ATBOG 10:14 Sun Nov 10
Re: Liverpool v Manchester City
They had a similar lead last year and fucked it up. Man City will feel rightly aggrieved at the bias shown to the red scouse today and will use it to motivate themselves. They should had 2 penalties today and missed plenty of opportunities.

sent us down in 78
robbed us in 81 and 2006
stopped us playing in europe because of heysel.
bleated endlessly about hillsborough but wont accept their part in it.

Fucking detestable club with gloryhunting cunt fans. Fuck 'em.

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