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Post Match Liverpool 1 Leicester 1

Jenks

Well-Known Member
What's all this BS from Klopp about snow affecting the result? He does know that we played on the same pitch doesn't he?
 

give_us_a_wave

Well-Known Member
All I can say is that this is not my experience. The scousers I have met have been grand company. Perhaps Give Us A Wave has been unlucky in the people he met or perhaps I have been lucky.
However, the actual city we have visited has been the same. I suspect Give Us A Wave has had his eyes shut. With the deplorable exception of the Catholic cathedral the city is full of beautiful buildings. Give Us A Wave did you visit St Georges Hall or the Anglican Cathedral or St James Gardens?
My issue isn't with architecture or environment. A city is defined for me by the intangibles of character & atmosphere. Liverpool has always exuded an air of menace & larceny.
If you've ever seen The Warriors, the whole film is basically a reinterpretation of my attempt to get from Stanley Park to Lime St. After being deliberately set up by the local constabulary to get the crap hammered out of me. I was 16 at the time. No doubt that was an example of their famous sense of humour.
Its also the only place in the UK I've been threatened with a knife on a dance floor. Or stamped on on the top deck of a bus by half a dozen people. Or robbed with a broken bottle.

My favourite quote is from a guy from Birkenhead I met at a music event. He said that living that close to Liverpool was "like having to stand next to an outside toilet with the door open on curry night" Considering what a shithole Birkenhead is in it's own right that's an interesting perspective.
 

Lako42

Well-Known Member
My issue isn't with architecture or environment. A city is defined for me by the intangibles of character & atmosphere. Liverpool has always exuded an air of menace & larceny.
If you've ever seen The Warriors, the whole film is basically a reinterpretation of my attempt to get from Stanley Park to Lime St. After being deliberately set up by the local constabulary to get the crap hammered out of me. I was 16 at the time. No doubt that was an example of their famous sense of humour.
Its also the only place in the UK I've been threatened with a knife on a dance floor. Or stamped on on the top deck of a bus by half a dozen people. Or robbed with a broken bottle.

My favourite quote is from a guy from Birkenhead I met at a music event. He said that living that close to Liverpool was "like having to stand next to an outside toilet with the door open on curry night" Considering what a shithole Birkenhead is in it's own right that's an interesting perspective.
****ing good film though
 

City Fan

Well-Known Member
I don’t know about everyone else but I rarely encounter Man City fans
I honestly don’t think I’ve ever met a Man City fan. The amount of Liverpool fans I know that have Bristol or Yorkshire accents is beyond a joke. They cannot win it.
 

jb5000

Well-Known Member
I must be the unlucky one then, and I find them to be a most irritating breed - to a man they are 'right on' and invariably have followed City for years to show how much they hate United, but are completely blind to the source of funding that is the only reason their club has achieved a shred of success and the behaviour of the regime whose reputation is being laundered through this largesse. Non-scouse Liverpool fans are just gloryhounds, but this lot make me sick.
 

pork pie fox

Well-Known Member
One of my Uni mates was a Man City fan, but that was over 20 years ago and he was sound, so I don’t hold that against them.

Every glory boy in the world was a Liverpool fan, when I grew up in the 80s, so I do hold that against them.
 

bocadillo

Water Gypsy
I can forgive Liverpool fans most things for the way they used to welcome us, and particularly Gordon Banks and Peter Shilton, to Anfield for many years.
I can't forgive the mancity fan, and therefore all man city fans, who bloodied my nose after the cup-tie in 1966.
 

fitz

Well-Known Member
Pep's an absolute ****ing arse. The media rim him good and proper for his philosophy of spending a shitload. I can't stand Klopp either and he's a complete arse in charge of a team supported by bellends. He's not as bad as Pep though so I'd rather them win it.
 

Robin127

Well-Known Member
I honestly don’t think I’ve ever met a Man City fan. The amount of Liverpool fans I know that have Bristol or Yorkshire accents is beyond a joke. They cannot win it.
I'm a Leicester fan with a Home Counties accent, plastic and proud of it.
 
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Premier League

P Pld Pts
Liverpool  6
Arsenal  6
Manchester City  4
Manchester Utd  4
Brighton  4
Tottenham   4
Bournemouth  4
Sheffield Utd  4
Everton  4
10 Burnley  3
11 Norwich City  3
12 Leicester  2
13 Wolves  2
14 Palace  1
15 Chelsea  1
16 West Ham Utd  1
17 Aston Villa  0
18 Newcastle Utd  0
19 Southampton  0
20 Watford  0
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