Liverpool FC Thread: Remember the 96

EVILPS3

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It is funny how all these chelsea fans pop out of nowhere seriously ask them some questions about the club a few years ago its funny they know **** all.
 

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[QUOTE="Danny2304, post: 0]^^^ haha <_<

I don't mind arsenal to be honest i would rather you win the league than the smelly mancs or Chelsea whoes fans are in fact old West ham fans.[/quote]

hey:angry don't say that to our rivals ,only we can say bad stuff about them caz we are family .....So Chelsea fans are old west ham fans :twisted:
 

Phaded

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[QUOTE="nightcrawler, post: 0]hi.
im an Arsenal supporter (we kick @**) lool, i just wanna say good luk on the league and the champions because you will need it ...Trust me[/QUOTE]

Even though we completely owned your asses 4-0, typical undisciplined display from Arsenal, typical Eboue too. No need for the kicking.
 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]I think your dreaming if you think Jose will go to Liverpool.[/quote]


No, I'm not dreaming. If they offered him the job he will take it..reason I think he did not take England job..He loves English football and the passion of the fans. There is nowhere else in England with passion like Liverpool supporters.
 

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[QUOTE="stoneyps3, post: 0]No, I'm not dreaming. If they offered him the job he will take it..reason I think he did not take England job..He loves English football and the passion of the fans. There is nowhere else in England with passion like Liverpool supporters.[/QUOTE]
forget about Jose better focus on our match with Inter Milan
 

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[QUOTE="stoneyps3, post: 0]No, I'm not dreaming. If they offered him the job he will take it..reason I think he did not take England job..He loves English football and the passion of the fans. There is nowhere else in England with passion like Liverpool supporters.[/QUOTE]

How do you know he would take it, are you his agent?.
 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]How do you know he would take it, are you his agent?.[/quote]

How do you know he wont? are you his agent. I just got that feeling and that's what I reckon. Why wouldn't he?

If they offered him the job why would he say no? And if any chairmen, owner had some sense they would offer him the job because he would win things (win things is whats needed) not na we don't want him cos he went sssshhhhh.

Personally I don't like him, I am no Chelski fan that's for sure, But you gotta admit he is one classy manager.

It will be him or Jurgen.
 

EVILPS3

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[QUOTE="stoneyps3, post: 0]How do you know he wont? are you his agent. I just got that feeling and that's what I reckon. Why wouldn't he?

If they offered him the job why would he say no? And if any chairmen, owner had some sense they would offer him the job because he would win things (win things is whats needed) not na we don't want him cos he went sssshhhhh.

Personally I don't like him, I am no Chelski fan that's for sure, But you gotta admit he is one classy manager.

It will be him or Jurgen.[/quote]
It wont be jurgen he is going to Bayern Munich if rafa does get axed it might be someone like martin jol or martin o neil or maybe guus hiddink
 
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Liverpool playing quite well against Inter Milan - they should win this game.
[QUOTE="stoneyps3, post: 0]No, I'm not dreaming. If they offered him the job he will take it..reason I think he did not take England job..He loves English football and the passion of the fans. There is nowhere else in England with passion like Liverpool supporters.[/quote]Liverpool supporters the most passionate? Last I checked Portsmouth had the most passionate fans - Fratton Park consistently produces the best atmosphere out of all the premiership grounds.
 
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No doubt the atmosphere as fratton park is good to say the least I am only a few miles away from there and watched them every now and then. but the passion Liverpool fans have is crazy I never seen fans so dedicated to the club.

Hahaha sent off marco matterazi (spelt wrong)
 

EVILPS3

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They got a player sent off, we got refused a stone wall penalty but all in all a legendary performance and for all the doubters you know where the door is. Also gerrards goal was immense on his day he is the best player in the world.
ANYWAY GO BACK TO ITALY 2-0
YNWA
 

DangerousMali

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[QUOTE="SnakeDevil, post: 0]Liverpool playing quite well against Inter Milan - they should win this game.
Liverpool supporters the most passionate? Last I checked Portsmouth had the most passionate fans - Fratton Park consistently produces the best atmosphere out of all the premiership grounds.[/quote]

i have been to fratton park and its just amazing at times you feel the stands might fall of with all the jumping :lol: and shouting


[QUOTE="Fernando9, post: 0]
vs




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you guys played well and overall deserved your win well done liverpool, lets hope arsenal can do the same
 

Fernando9

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[QUOTE="DangerousMali, post: 0]i have been to fratton park and its just amazing at times you feel the stands might fall of with all the jumping :lol: and shouting




you guys played well and overall deserved your win well done liverpool, lets hope arsenal can do the same[/quote]
am sure they'll do. what i have 2 say GO THE GUNNERS!!
 
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Glad to see everyone's getting behind the English teams. No matter who you support, you should always back the English teams in Europe - well that's my belief anyway.
 
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[QUOTE="stoneyps3, post: 0]I dunno what to watch. Gunners or United, I might have to watch half of each.[/quote]You can't go wrong with either game Arsenal and Man Utd are both very pleasant to watch.
 

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I was watching Barcelona - Celtic match and its ended 3-2 for Barcelona and with this score Barca are talking a big step 2 the next stage.
 

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[QUOTE="SnakeDevil, post: 0]Glad to see everyone's getting behind the English teams. No matter who you support, you should always back the English teams in Europe - well that's my belief anyway.[/QUOTE]

Why? I hope Liverpool completely and utterly fail miserably. It would amuse me. :lol:.

It's like saying that because i'm British i should support every other British team in the Nationals apart from where i live, but i don't.
 

EVILPS3

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[QUOTE="SnakeDevil, post: 0]Glad to see everyone's getting behind the English teams. No matter who you support, you should always back the English teams in Europe - well that's my belief anyway.[/quote]
I support every English team except Man United.
 

EVILPS3

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[QUOTE="Sam_From_Space, post: 0]Losing to Barnsley and beating Inter? By using warped logic doesn't that mean Barnsley are better than all of Serie A?[/quote]
Not really its the LFC way in 2005 we lost to Burnley then won CL.
 
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Oh yeah, I was at that game (The burnley game) . A team of reserves and under 21's playing half heartedly against a lowly club. All the bigger clubs seem to have lost intrest in the FA Cup .