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That bald headed ref is a City sympathiser

Well, he IS from Manchester.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:20 pm 
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Hate to complain about refs but how is Kompany's challenge not a red card?


After all the favorable calls Liverpool has enjoyed all season, you folks should be the last to complain about missed calls.

What favourable calls?


Many including but not limited to soft pks that other clubs don't get the benefit of.

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That bald headed ref is a City sympathiser

Well, he IS from Manchester.


He, like most epl refs, is incompetent

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:22 pm 
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green4life wrote:
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Hate to complain about refs but how is Kompany's challenge not a red card?


After all the favorable calls Liverpool has enjoyed all season, you folks should be the last to complain about missed calls.

What favourable calls?


Many including but not limited to soft pks that other clubs don't get the benefit of.

Nah, you're wrong.

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Liverpool unluckiest Premier League team & Manchester United luckiest, says study

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45087444


The unluckiest team getting cheap pks left and right. OK.

Spurs have won the same number of penalties at Anfield as Liverpool in the past year. Left and right? OK.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:26 pm 
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That bald headed ref is a City sympathiser

Well, he IS from Manchester.

Begins to explain his dodgy actions

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:27 pm 
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green4life wrote:
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Hate to complain about refs but how is Kompany's challenge not a red card?


After all the favorable calls Liverpool has enjoyed all season, you folks should be the last to complain about missed calls.

Nonetheless it should have been a red card


What are the fav calls? U are probably referring to the 2 PKs at home in the last 2yrs?.

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Gutted...Did enough to get a point...three clearances off the goal line....

Hopefully we rebound quickly. Goal is to win the league not set records...



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The YeyeMan wrote:
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Hate to complain about refs but how is Kompany's challenge not a red card?


After all the favorable calls Liverpool has enjoyed all season, you folks should be the last to complain about missed calls.

What favourable calls?


Many including but not limited to soft pks that other clubs don't get the benefit of.

Nah, you're wrong.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45087444


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:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: These are probably Kenyans :lol: :lol:

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...City lucky, Liverpool weak left side exploited.


not luck..good preparation
...both sides prepared well. The 2 mouth clearance could have made a difference, plus, yeah, City saw the loophole on Liverpool right defence.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 12:56 am 
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That was an excellent game to watch. One of the best I've seen in a while. I felt like I was watching a tactical masterpiece.

The game was balanced until City took control from around the 20th-60th minutes. Despite his goal I felt Aguero was a liability with his poor dribbling and decisionmaking. I understand why he's out there but Sterling is such an enigma; a more decisive winger in his role today would've ran riot on Liverpool. Despite all his shortcomings today, he set up the winning goal so he earned his shirt. Sane had an up and down game but caused problems all day for Liverpool.

It was strange to see Liverpool on the defensive in an EPL game. Other than Mane's first half chance and their goal they struggled to create much.

Lets see how they react after such a big loss. They have a 4 point lead so they can't be too upset and sooner or later they would have to deal with adversity. One of the things they have going for them is a much easier schedule until mid-February than City.


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The YeyeMan wrote:
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Gutted...Did enough to get a point...three clearances off the goal line....

Hopefully we rebound quickly. Goal is to win the league not set records...



Liverpool were not the better side, hitting the post doesn't count as a goal. Speaking of chances, City blew a few of their own clear cut chances too. There were parts were Liverpool controlled the game but there were parts City took control as well but at the end of the day City wanted it more and came out with the W. Two good teams put on a good show, that's all that was. To suggest Liverpool were the better side is laughable and the stats (besides having slightly better possession) don't correlate with this line of thought.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 1:37 am 
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sane.
had a s.hit game

nice goal, mind

Disagree, thought he was excellent.

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Mr. Piffington wrote:
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Gutted...Did enough to get a point...three clearances off the goal line....

Hopefully we rebound quickly. Goal is to win the league not set records...



Liverpool were not the better side, hitting the post doesn't count as a goal. Speaking of chances, City blew a few of their own clear cut chances too. There were parts were Liverpool controlled the game but there were parts City took control as well but at the end of the day City wanted it more and came out with the W. Two good teams put on a good show, that's all that was. To suggest Liverpool were the better side is laughable and the stats (besides having slightly better possession) don't correlate with this line of thought.


Actually they were tactically the side with greater stability, and City won on emotion and guts- nothing wrong with that btw...

True the game went back and forth a few times, but LFC was able to control the game without the ball better than City. It wasn't a game based on possession even though LFC shaded possession slightly; LFC had more shots on goal. On chances created, LFC also shaded it...

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That was an excellent game to watch. One of the best I've seen in a while. I felt like I was watching a tactical masterpiece.

The game was balanced until City took control from around the 20th-60th minutes. Despite his goal I felt Aguero was a liability with his poor dribbling and decisionmaking. I understand why he's out there but Sterling is such an enigma; a more decisive winger in his role today would've ran riot on Liverpool. Despite all his shortcomings today, he set up the winning goal so he earned his shirt. Sane had an up and down game but caused problems all day for Liverpool.

It was strange to see Liverpool on the defensive in an EPL game. Other than Mane's first half chance and their goal they struggled to create much.

Lets see how they react after such a big loss. They have a 4 point lead so they can't be too upset and sooner or later they would have to deal with adversity. One of the things they have going for them is a much easier schedule until mid-February than City.


1v1 with the GK cannot be a half chance.

City cleared the ball off the line three times and they struggled to create much?

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That was an excellent game to watch. One of the best I've seen in a while. I felt like I was watching a tactical masterpiece.

The game was balanced until City took control from around the 20th-60th minutes. Despite his goal I felt Aguero was a liability with his poor dribbling and decisionmaking. I understand why he's out there but Sterling is such an enigma; a more decisive winger in his role today would've ran riot on Liverpool. Despite all his shortcomings today, he set up the winning goal so he earned his shirt. Sane had an up and down game but caused problems all day for Liverpool.

It was strange to see Liverpool on the defensive in an EPL game. Other than Mane's first half chance and their goal they struggled to create much.

Lets see how they react after such a big loss. They have a 4 point lead so they can't be too upset and sooner or later they would have to deal with adversity. One of the things they have going for them is a much easier schedule until mid-February than City.


1v1 with the GK cannot be a half chance.

City cleared the ball off the line three times and they struggled to create much?


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fernandinho was the man of the match, made sure he disrupted Liverpool midfield, good tactical game though, a bit scrappy, the game deserved a draw but i think it was good for the league that city won this, Liverpool should recover from this easily, they got beaten by a slight margin of error, easily the 2 best sides in the premiership right now

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txj wrote:
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That was an excellent game to watch. One of the best I've seen in a while. I felt like I was watching a tactical masterpiece.

The game was balanced until City took control from around the 20th-60th minutes. Despite his goal I felt Aguero was a liability with his poor dribbling and decisionmaking. I understand why he's out there but Sterling is such an enigma; a more decisive winger in his role today would've ran riot on Liverpool. Despite all his shortcomings today, he set up the winning goal so he earned his shirt. Sane had an up and down game but caused problems all day for Liverpool.

It was strange to see Liverpool on the defensive in an EPL game. Other than Mane's first half chance and their goal they struggled to create much.

Lets see how they react after such a big loss. They have a 4 point lead so they can't be too upset and sooner or later they would have to deal with adversity. One of the things they have going for them is a much easier schedule until mid-February than City.


1v1 with the GK cannot be a half chance.

City cleared the ball off the line three times and they struggled to create much?

I think he meant Mane's chance in the first half.

I have to admit I'm mildly surprised you of all people didn't get it. :P

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Good game,City were lucky to win the game,Kompany is lucky not to see red and that change the outcome.
4 points not bad,they now have tough games like Chelsea and spurs at home.Good result for the league and I must say this are the best two teams in the league by a mile.


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