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Us to get a hammering today as United expose our shaky / injured defense, followed by some mad panic buys tomorrow in an attempt to paper over the cracks.

Playing golf, will miss it all.

Ax

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Bench is very week plus there's no Borini and talk of a loan.

Studger's been touching his groin ... hope that's a pre-match routine !

SimonR

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Always nice to win your first three games before the international break.

SimonR

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Beijing Dave wrote:

The grey and piss-yellow colour scheme tells me that's definitely Merseyrail.

I am turning toward the aisle because Purple Aki is staring in through the windows btw.

Its London Midland that Dave.

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Everything going according to plan at the current "raise expectations" phase of the standard dipper season....

Awful control   Broken physics   Horrific AI   Weak voice work   Poor textures.

And that's just Wally on the pull.

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simonr wrote:

Always nice to win your first three games before the international break.

Why?

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Have Liverpool organised their open top bus parade yet for being top o the league?

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But we haven't beaten a top 4 team yet this season Matt.

SimonR

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Nice to see the "Liverpool Way" on show today. Great 3 points for the underdogs. Knick a goal (at home) then defend in numbers for the rest of the game. When your defenders get the ball, knock it long to the smallest players on your team, wait for the knockdown, then chase the ball in packs only to repeat the process. The "Liverpool Way" on full show.

You'll need the 9 points for the long road because that shite football on show today only proves one thing, Brent is winging it. And theres plenty of thick dippers who are buying the new style of football on show. All it does is put into persepctive how shite you really have been for the past 5 years.

By the way, Suarez might be off to Madrid too.

*deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep breath*  "One game at a time lads" - Strudders (Mar,Apr,May 2014)

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lol. Vic's frustration covering up his realisation at just how poor his team are. Take RVP out of there and you are distinctly average.

SimonR

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starcreeper wrote:

Nice to see the "Liverpool Way" on show today. Great 3 points for the underdogs. Knick a goal (at home) then defend in numbers for the rest of the game. When your defenders get the ball, knock it long to the smallest players on your team, wait for the knockdown, then chase the ball in packs only to repeat the process. The "Liverpool Way" on full show.

You'll need the 9 points for the long road because that shite football on show today only proves one thing, Brent is winging it. And theres plenty of thick dippers who are buying the new style of football on show. All it does is put into persepctive how shite you really have been for the past 5 years.

By the way, Suarez might be off to Madrid too.

Come off it, Man United were shit, that's not to say that Liverpool were brilliant, but how did you expect Livepool to play when they went 1-0 up?  Man United looked toothless, the same as last weekend.

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sore loser wrote:

Nice to see the "Liverpool Way" on show today. Great 3 points for the underdogs. Knick a goal (at home) then defend in numbers for the rest of the game. When your defenders get the ball, knock it long to the smallest players on your team, wait for the knockdown, then chase the ball in packs only to repeat the process. The "Liverpool Way" on full show.

You'll need the 9 points for the long road because that shite football on show today only proves one thing, Brent is winging it. And theres plenty of thick dippers who are buying the new style of football on show. All it does is put into persepctive how shite you really have been for the past 5 years.

By the way, Suarez might be off to Madrid too.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/09/01/article-2408458-1B925330000005DC-291_634x1512.jpg

SimonR

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Sore loser? Deserved 3 points. Scored and shut up shop, at home, in your Cup Final. All Im doing is pointing out how shit you were.

Whoever wrote those ratings is a sham by the way. "Hes the midfield protector." LOL. Scouse no doubt.

Once the transfer business is over, and everything calms down down and the top 4 get settled, that shite football you saw today will guarantee you 7th place again. Thats all Im saying.

*deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep breath*  "One game at a time lads" - Strudders (Mar,Apr,May 2014)

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Grant wrote:

Come off it, Man United were shit, that's not to say that Liverpool were brilliant, but how did you expect Livepool to play when they went 1-0 up?  Man United looked toothless, the same as last weekend.

Id expect them to put United under pressure for periods seeing as they were playing at home, Grant. They didnt. De Gea touched the ball twice in the second half.

Ive read that Liverpool dominated the first half too. After they scored they never threatened us. How is that dominating. The possession was roughly 50/50 for the first half.

United are very weak in midfield and this doesnt help the front men who get forced into defensive positions. Its 3 games into the fuckin season and youre talking like theres a crisis. Last season was a stinker of a start too. Why the excitement?

*deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep breath*  "One game at a time lads" - Strudders (Mar,Apr,May 2014)

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Bit of double standards there Vic - your team hardly set OT on fire with your performance against Chelsea on Monday

You were definitely more dominant 2nd half but you failed to score

To win football matches you need to score goals - your team has not scored for 180 mins of football

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Vic having a reg here.

Completely lost the plot just because a dodgy pen didn't arrive like it did last year.

SimonR

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LOL @ Creeps.

Moyes is a sham and you're fast becoming Everton mk. II

草泥马

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MattBlack wrote:

Have Liverpool organised their open top bus parade yet for being top o the league?

That's a bit fucking rich coming from a Spurs fan.

草泥马

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shaunstrudwick wrote:

Bit of double standards there Vic - your team hardly set OT on fire with your performance against Chelsea on Monday

Second game of the season and we defended well, as did Chelsea. Cancelled each other out. The difference being there wasnt a goal in the game to make the other team chase, like today.

One mistake and we got punished is all. I dont get the excitement. I said the goals will come, and they will. Losing Rooney effected todays selection. Thats football. We move on and I dont panic.

*deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep breath*  "One game at a time lads" - Strudders (Mar,Apr,May 2014)

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sore loser having a reg Vic wrote:

Whoever wrote those ratings is a sham by the way.

Telegraph ratings any better for you ?

Liverpool

Simon Mignolet: 7/10
Had little to do until United turned the screw late in the game, but Belgian ‘keeper kept out a Ryan Giggs header before doing well to push away Nani’s long range strike.

Glen Johnson: 7
Often derided as being better going forward than defensively, but the England fullback was resolute against Ashley Young, but suffered a late injury after challenge on Evra.

Martin Skrtel: 7
Worked in tandem with Agger to shackle Van Persie and then had to keep Javier Hernandez quiet following the Mexican substitute’s arrival late in the game.

Daniel Agger: 8
Embroiled in a long-running battle with Robin van Persie, which boiled over more than once, but the Danish centre half kept the United forward as quiet as he has been for a long time.

Jose Enrique: 7
Was given a stern test of his credentials when Valencia replaced the injured Jones late in the first-half and he gave as good as he good against United’s revitalised winger.

Lucas: 7
Often goes unnoticed, but the defensive midfielder was crucial in denying United the space to create for Robin van Persie. Liverpool’s top four hopes depend on keeping Lucas fit.

Steven Gerrard: 7
Never found wanting in games against Liverpool’s biggest rivals and the England captain led from the front as the home side won the midfield battle in the early stages.

Philippe Coutinho: 7
Unable to maintain his breathtaking start to the game, but the Brazilian was a thorn in United’s side for much of the first-half and continue to cause problems throughout.

Jordan Henderson: 7
Did not do his England ambitions any harm in front of Roy Hodgson. Seems more settled and confident in Brendan Rodgers’ team and beginning to realise his potential.

Daniel Sturridge: 8
Early goal made him the first Liverpool forward since Robbie Fowler in 1994 to start a season with three goals in first three games. A constant menace to United’s back four.

Iago Aspas: 6
The £7.6m summer signing from Celta Vigo looked lost amid the flying tackles in this game. Showed some nice touches, but could struggle physically in the Premier League.


Manchester United

David de Gea: 7
Had no chance with Sturridge’s goal, but after two difficult encounters with Liverpool in recent seasons, the Spaniard looked composed and confident behind Ferdinand and Vidic.

Phil Jones: 6
Started brightly and made life difficult for Coutinho, but his injury curse struck late in the first-half when he landed awkwardly on his ankle after an aerial challenge.

Rio Ferdinand: 6
Will look back at Sturridge’s opening goal and realise he was at fault for allowing Daniel Agger to break free to head on Gerrard’s corner. Recovered well, but it was a costly error.

Nemanja Vidic: 7
Made a crucial first-half block to deny Sturridge and once again stood out as United’s best defender. Workload increased by United’s creaking midfield.

Patrice Evra: 7
Had to endure torrents of boos whenever he touched the ball due to his history with Luis Suarez, but the French fullback was one of the few United players to offer something going forward.

Michael Carrick: 7
Was denied the time and space to dictate the pace of the game and walked a disciplinary tightrope following a soft first-half booking. Needs Had more influence in second half.

Ryan Giggs: 6
Deployed on right of midfield as a result of Wayne Rooney’s injury-enforced absence, but struggled to have an impact on the game. Another who needs younger legs around him.

Ashley Young: 5
Did not offer enough going forward and, when he had the ball, allowed himself to head down too many blind alleys. Always took one touch more than necessary.

Tom Cleverley: 6
Targeted by Liverpool whenever he had the ball. At times, he dealt with it well, but at others the England man became rattled by the close attention and was overrun by opponents.

Danny Welbeck: 6
Worked tirelessly for the team, but he never looked like scoring and that is a recurring theme. Only positive was that he stayed fit ahead of England’s World Cup qualifiers.

Robin van Persie: 6
Looked increasingly frustrated after enduring a successive ninety minutes without a clear scoring chance. Late loss of Rooney to injury was a blow, but Van Persie needs better service.

SimonR

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simonr wrote:

Completely lost the plot just because a dodgy pen didn't arrive like it did last year.

The fuck are you on about? Lost the plot? Simon, these sensational claims only further the opinion that youre a massive thick cunt.

We didnt deserve to win today but we didnt deserve to lose either. We played the better football and were let down by a mistake.

Youre far too excited for a 49 year old.

*deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep breath*  "One game at a time lads" - Strudders (Mar,Apr,May 2014)

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I'd also like to point out that Moyes' post-match comments (that was a good performance and Utd had three chances in the second half) was more Brent-like than anything I've heard from Rodgers this season.

He really is a fumbling spastic, completely out of his depth.

草泥马

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Any team would be happy about beating United and rightly so, but the fashion it was done in was pretty lame. United were by far the better side, you don't need to be Elton Welsby to have recognised that.

You'd think after recent history dipper fans would stay quiet, optimistic and realistic but fuck me its truly embarrassing to see the kind of world cup winning celebrations and an internet full of 'its our year' winning cunts. Its going to be even harder for the dippers to swallow when parity is restored  and even more rewarding than usual for everyone else when the top 4 challenge collapses.

SimonR is a fucking disaster, an insufferable, smug, fucking shithouse who disappeared completely from football threads then automatically became his usual full kit wanker self after JUST 3 matches. Lives in dipperland and never goes near the toilet Anfield. He's the kind of cunt as a proper fan you'd just want  to shut up and fuck off. Bit like on here.

Last edited by Dermo (Sunday Sep 2013 18:39:05)

Part of the problem

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Coutinho looked razor sharp in the first half.

Tends to drift in and out of games though.

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Liverpool hardly set the world on fire yesterday, but got the job done and 3 points is 3 points. Great start to the season and always good to beat United. Great stuff.