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St Chads Lad

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Re: Football
« Reply #45 on: 19:52:42, 10/03/19 »
Points deduction, as well as a severe punishment for the offenders.

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« Reply #46 on: 12:10:37, 14/03/19 »
Funny how these morons can get so worked up about a sports game but don't seem to give a monkeys about having their country destroyed and taken off them. Twisted priorities hardly even begins to describe it.

Parky

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« Reply #47 on: 12:14:18, 14/03/19 »
Funny how these morons can get so worked up about a sports game but don't seem to give a monkeys about having their country destroyed and taken off them. Twisted priorities hardly even begins to describe it.
and thatís how the powers that be get away with it ,

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« Reply #48 on: 15:07:15, 26/04/19 »
Pogba , the only non-Liverpool, non-Manchester City player to be included in the PFA team
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« Reply #49 on: 21:39:54, 26/04/19 »
I've sussed this little mystery out. The players who voted for this ludicrously overrated wastrel did it out of gratitude for the huge contribution he has made to United's decline and fall from the top table.

With that in mind, I've even found myself starting to warm to the little scamp myself just lately. A tiny bit, anyway.

LET'S HEAR IT FOR PAUL!!!!!!!!!!!!



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« Reply #50 on: 00:03:14, 02/06/19 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world

Liverpool erased the disappointment of last season's Champions League final loss by claiming the trophy for the sixth time with victory over Tottenham in Madrid.

It was Mohamed Salah, such a disconsolate figure when he was injured early in that loss to Real Madrid, who set Liverpool on their way with a penalty after two minutes when Moussa Sissoko was contentiously punished for handball.

In a final that rarely touched the heights of the blockbuster semi-finals that made this an all-Premier League showpiece, Spurs had chances but were denied by Liverpool keeper Alisson, who saved well from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Christian Eriksen.




And their failure to capitalise was ruthlessly punished when substitute Divock Origi ensured manager Jurgen Klopp won his first trophy as Liverpool manager by driving low and powerfully past Hugo Lloris with three minutes left.

Spurs counterpart Mauricio Pochettino took the gamble of selecting England captain and main striker Harry Kane despite his not having played since April because of an ankle injury, replacing semi-final hat-trick hero Lucas Moura, but he had no impact.

Liverpool lifted the trophy that was taken from their grasp in Ukraine last season and now stand behind only Real Madrid and AC Milan as serial winners of this tournament, the final whistle sparking huge celebrations among players, management and the red wave of supporters in Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
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« Reply #51 on: 22:39:58, 03/06/19 »
Soccer Aid is on Sunday 16th June at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge ground.
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« Reply #52 on: 22:46:06, 03/06/19 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world

Liverpool erased the disappointment of last season's Champions League final loss by claiming the trophy for the sixth time with victory over Tottenham in Madrid.

It was Mohamed Salah, such a disconsolate figure when he was injured early in that loss to Real Madrid, who set Liverpool on their way with a penalty after two minutes when Moussa Sissoko was contentiously punished for handball.

In a final that rarely touched the heights of the blockbuster semi-finals that made this an all-Premier League showpiece, Spurs had chances but were denied by Liverpool keeper Alisson, who saved well from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Christian Eriksen.




And their failure to capitalise was ruthlessly punished when substitute Divock Origi ensured manager Jurgen Klopp won his first trophy as Liverpool manager by driving low and powerfully past Hugo Lloris with three minutes left.

Spurs counterpart Mauricio Pochettino took the gamble of selecting England captain and main striker Harry Kane despite his not having played since April because of an ankle injury, replacing semi-final hat-trick hero Lucas Moura, but he had no impact.

Liverpool lifted the trophy that was taken from their grasp in Ukraine last season and now stand behind only Real Madrid and AC Milan as serial winners of this tournament, the final whistle sparking huge celebrations among players, management and the red wave of supporters in Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
id have sooner plucked my eyeballs from my head rather than Liverpool win that game