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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Everton_Freak
    You must be polishing the spaff-stains off your monitor in excitement ahead of watching your world class signings like Remy and Lambert on kopstream.com this season Mook.

    See Johnny has gone missing after the mighty reds mauled primitive Preston on Saturday.

    League Champion Form that.

    Freak...He will be busy suckin his Mums tits whilst trying to think of another anti Blackpool username

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    It's the Garstang way.

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    I see Stevie "Roy needs to be ruthless and the players who let England down" Gerrard has jumped before he was pushed andd first then.

    By his own standards he should leave his club then as he was a one-man disaster zone for the Red$hite last season.

    Then again his standards always used to be higher...


    Much higher.


    You know what I mean?




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    Liverhampton trying to buy the league for the last 20 odd years and up to yet,failed ! Gobshytes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everton_Freak
    Brilliant. So those Mickey Mouse totals don't mean a thing as of today then? You're right about one thing though They're famous for their very predictable overspending and will probably piss away another 30/40 odd million in the next few weeks.

    Care to explain "recouping" the cash Dogleash spent on Andy Carroll? Now that's something that even with all the made up maths and logic in the world will forever remain a mystery (Yet still hilarious).

    Maybe you should volunteer to keep the books at Anfield. Their big red calculator seems to have let them down every transfer window I can remember. Can't be any worse at it than those lot.


    Speaking of books...This "Slipped straight to Number 2" in the new release chart.





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    That They dared to dream bollox = What a complete and utter self important tw@t of an " author " the epitome of a kopite gobshyte.

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    Lovren now.

    I wonder if Mook has his "All Saints" Ticket for this season yet.


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    Never Ever

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    Bargain Basement Brenda - Shopper of The Week.


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    So if I'm reading this correctly, Everton have signed Lukaku, probably the greatest signing of all time & Liverpool have bought some overpriced Southampton rejects?

    Presumably Everton will finish well above Liverpool next season then, given we've also lost our best player?...

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    You are seeing it correctly. Your team is significantly weaker as your main goalscorer wanted to leave to finally play at a big club. Given the fact you've spent almost 100M on players who have never played all together before and are hardly what anyone would regard as world-class combined with your lucky results last term and teams all around you bottling it. I'd expect a lower league finish from Liverpool next season.

    Want to disagree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everton_Freak
    You are seeing it correctly. Your team is significantly weaker as your main goalscorer wanted to leave to finally play at a big club. Given the fact you've spent almost 100M on players who have never played all together before and are hardly what anyone would regard as world-class combined with your lucky results last term and teams all around you bottling it. I'd expect a lower league finish from Liverpool next season.

    Want to disagree?
    Personally, I would expect the loss of Suarez to have us back battling it out for 4th rather than fighting for the title again but who knows. If we get off to a bad start, we may struggle to get into Europe, if the new players hit the ground running, we might have another title shot on our hands.

    It's nice to disuss Football with you for once without hurling insults around

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