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    I had a dream dogtitts stepped down. Maybe he will.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    I had a dream dogtitts stepped down. Maybe he will.
    He is on the phone to King Kev right now asking for advice on what to do. Hahahahahaha


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    Final score 2-1 to Wigan hahahahaha #kennyout
    It was against the mighty Wigan and their superb away form.


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    Kerr Ching, the sound of the Champions league money drifting further away again !


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    any ideas about the finances on this one sedge? how long until they are fucked?


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    At the moment no great crisis, as the former American owners took such a large hit when the club was sold. But how long are they going to hang around for, with the level of backing so far squandered by Dalgliesh and the failure to get amongst the Euro League milllions.


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    Leave Kenny alone; he's doing a grand job.


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    You-know-who got booked for cheating again. Superb refereeing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbus
    You-know-who got booked for cheating again. Superb refereeing.
    Should have booked him for the handball, then for time wasting, then kicked him in the bollocks for being a rat-faced cheating racist bastard.


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    Just watching now, it's hilarious!


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    5 home wins in 15. Apparently that's the worst since the 50's.


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    "The natives are restless" - Lineker
    Henderson 16 mill
    Coates 8 mill
    No doubt King Kenny will walk away a saint and as per usual the murdering scousers will level the blame elsewhere..Cue "Yanks out" chants


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    Lol @ Lebron James for investing in Liverpool


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbus View Post
    You-know-who got booked for cheating again. Superb refereeing.
    i assumed you meant steven gerrard. then i thought it may be carragher. and then i realised who it was...


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    It is I feel a nice downward spiral the club are on. Unable to use European Champions League football to attract new signings, they must either find and reley on some one with the skills of Wenger ( Of course those with the skill and talent to spot emerging young players and develop their talent are growing on trees ), or continue to pay top whack wages.

    Meanwhile the top clubs will continue to strengthen and leave Liverpool in their wake, they are now reduced to the ranks of the also rans, trying to join again the big party, without the know how and finances, whilst trying to please fans who expect a champagne diet.

    If you were the owner and old laughing boy Dalgliesh wants you to open your cheque book for another large multi-million pound signing, would you say yes Kennie you are wonderful, the fans love you and I think allowing you to blow my money is the most wonderful thing to do..........Or do you take a good long hard look at the squad and new signings in particular and wonder about the Emporers new clothes ?

    Last season reaching the league stage of the Champions League netted each club an approx £30 Million, rising to approx £50 Million dependant on successful campaign......the winners obviously higher.

    A decent Europa League run nets around £6 million for reaching the later stages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sedgred
    It is I feel a nice downward spiral the club are on. Unable to use European Champions League football to attract new signings, they must either find and reley on some one with the skills of Wenger ( Of course those with the skill and talent to spot emerging young players and develop their talent are growing on trees ), or continue to pay top whack wages.

    Meanwhile the top clubs will continue to strengthen and leave Liverpool in their wake, they are now reduced to the ranks of the also rans, trying to join again the big party, without the know how and finances, whilst trying to please fans who expect a champagne diet.

    If you were the owner and old laughing boy Dalgliesh wants you to open your cheque book for another large multi-million pound signing, would you say yes Kennie you are wonderful, the fans love you and I think allowing you to blow my money is the most wonderful thing to do..........Or do you take a good long hard look at the squad and new signings in particular and wonder about the Emporers new clothes ?

    Last season reaching the league stage of the Champions League netted each club an approx £30 Million, rising to approx £50 Million dependant on successful campaign......the winners obviously higher.

    A decent Europa League run nets around £6 million for reaching the later stages.
    We can only hope. Even thinking of them getting relegated makes me feel all warm inside!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Col View Post
    On the Daily Mail (i know) website, there's a piece appeared today about how Liverpool are no better off since Kenny Dogtits came in and spunked a load of cash on bugger all. Goes through, point by point, how he's had little effect. The comments below from Liverpool fans are funny, if only to back up the long held stereotype that they believe everyone is against them and 'the media have always hated us'.
    To be fair, there is only about 1000 ex Liverpool players working in the national media!


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    The players are all tired. :leacock:


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    Wigan.


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    I could've sworn I saw them win the league cup a few weeks ago, having done rather better than all the teams above and below them. Maybe not a full return on the investment but it's a wonderful thing to win. Dalglish just seems to be as tactically confused as his predecessors... Kuyt always looks like an astonishingly good player when I see him, and he always plays that horse bloke from Newcastle instead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goatboy View Post
    I could've sworn I saw them win the league cup a few weeks ago, having done rather better than all the teams above and below them. Maybe not a full return on the investment but it's a wonderful thing to win. Dalglish just seems to be as tactically confused as his predecessors... Kuyt always looks like an astonishingly good player when I see him, and he always plays that horse bloke from Newcastle instead.
    So they won the competition they christened 'The Mickey Mouse cup' thirty odd years ago, but now it's a massive achievement, and makes up for them being nowhere near Champions league qualification for the second year running.

    Would Arsenal fans swap a top four finish for a piece of silverware?

    I'm not sure, but the owners sure as hell wouldn't!


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    Top 4 and to finish above Utd was their goal. Given the outlay, anything else is a complete disaster for fans and owner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goatboy View Post
    I could've sworn I saw them win the league cup a few weeks ago, having done rather better than all the teams above and below them. Maybe not a full return on the investment but it's a wonderful thing to win. Dalglish just seems to be as tactically confused as his predecessors... Kuyt always looks like an astonishingly good player when I see him, and he always plays that horse bloke from Newcastle instead.
    Had Kenny paid 3 million for the gypo, there's no question that Kuyt would feature in every game and the useless donkey would be left forgotten in the reserves


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    Quote Originally Posted by goatboy View Post
    I could've sworn I saw them win the league cup a few weeks ago, having done rather better than all the teams above and below them. Maybe not a full return on the investment but it's a wonderful thing to win. Dalglish just seems to be as tactically confused as his predecessors... Kuyt always looks like an astonishingly good player when I see him, and he always plays that horse bloke from Newcastle instead.
    as the front of when saturday comes says...

    "LIVERPOOL ARE BACK!"
    "WE'VE SPENT OVER £100m!"
    "TO BEAT A CHAMPIONSHIP CLUB!"
    "ON PENALTIES!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by sebs View Post
    as the front of when saturday comes says...

    "LIVERPOOL ARE BACK!"
    "WE'VE SPENT OVER £100m!"
    "TO BEAT A CHAMPIONSHIP CLUB!"
    "ON PENALTIES!"
    I must admit, when that issue of WSC arrived on the doormat, I very nearly pissed myself laughing.

    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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