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Post by Nishankly on Tue Dec 09, 2014 11:28 pm

Im done. rofl

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Post by Don't call me James on Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:23 am

My piece of shit idiot friend ruined the score for me.

I still haven't seen the match, but *bleep* this. Seriously *bleep* this. I've been trying to avoid the score all day and I thought we actually might have won this but *bleep* this.

Can't get out of a group with Basel and Ludogorets. Just go *bleep* yourself Brendan.

I'm so *bleep* done.

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Post by Don't call me James on Wed Dec 10, 2014 5:11 am

That awkward moment when Skrtel has better movement as a ST than Lambert and Balotelli combined. Laughing

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Post by iftikhar on Wed Dec 10, 2014 8:28 am

#1. Congrats to Basel (this is not sarcasm). They had the plan & motivation and deserving to be in the R16.

#2. Don't know what Borini have done to you (your daughter may be hmm ) but get over it. He isn't a great striker but he is all we got and going into such a crucial game without any striker on the bench reeks of ego than anything else.

#3. We know you had heard that Allen is the Welsh Xavi. But do us a favor and take look at where Welsh stands in world football. Allen is a back-up player who can start against low-ranking teams or come as substitute if we are to lock-down a game.

#4. Why the hell did you take off Lambert when we were a goal down!!!

#5. Why the hell did you take off Lucas who was actually doing something???

#6. I would have taken off ALLEN for Markovic, Lallana or Coutinho at halftime.
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Post by Art Morte on Wed Dec 10, 2014 8:33 am

I really wonder did Brendan catch Fabio pissing in his tea or what's happened between the two of them. Borini has made 5 appearances in the Prem this season, but now can't even make the bench when we only have two fit strikers and we end up playing a center-back up front.

Sakho is fit again and should have his chance.

And it's time for Emre Can to get some minutes again, too, he's done well when he's been playing.
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Post by Art Morte on Wed Dec 10, 2014 8:57 am

And you know, I also wonder at what point you can start questioning whether Rodgers still has the dressing room?

Does Gerrard think he should be playing CAM?

And I bet Henderson didn't feel comfortable playing a wide AM role. (Both Coutinho and Lallana - even Markovic - are made for that role, so why would you start Henderson there?).

Borini certainly isn't happy with Rodgers. Probably Sakho isn't, either.

And do the older players in our squad believe that Rodgers knows what he is doing?


I know, I'm posting a lot of negative and speculative stuff right now, but hey, we just lost our most important game of the season that we really should've won, that's as good a reason as any, eh?
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Post by Red Alert on Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:22 am

Degen in, Rodgers out :coffee:

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