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    nine nine nine
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    Hightown, it was at Cardiff mate. šŸ™‚

    And of course you don’t have a problem as your post perfectly explains.

    I think Klopp knows he went too far yesterday hence his apologies its up to the FA to sort out now it will be a fine and a warning about his future actions.

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    Hightown hope
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    Oh, Adlab, don’t start the old argument again, please!! (smiley face) The media are desperate for a close title race for obvious reasons and secondly, most people would prefer someone other than City, and to a lesser extent, Chelsea and United to win the league. Liverpool or Spurs winning the league, and even Arsenal, winning the league would make the Premiership more interesting for all, bar City fans, cos we haven’t done it for decades! I would think most neutrals, media or even just other club fans would feel the same

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    Hightown hope
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    Sorry, yes it was Cardiff of course…or Anfield South as we briefly knew it as

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    Hightown hope
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    As for the actual game yesterday, I was well impressed with Everton and in particular, Andre Gomes.. Just how good was he? A draw would probably have been a fair result, but what the hell, it was just so funny. All the Evertonians were just starting to celebrate getting their point, and then ‘that’ happened.

    Pax, earlier in this thread you said you expected Liverpool to get a last minute penalty. Just like to point out that Spurs got more penalties at Anfield last season than we did, and we haven’t had one in the league at home this year. In fact…

    ‘Since 2003, Liverpool have won only half of their penalties at Anfield. Meanwhile, every other club that has been in the Premier League in that period have won between sixty and seventy-five per-cent of their penalties at home.’

    So Adlab and Pax, if the media do want Liverpool to win the league, can you tell the refs to play ball with that as well?

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    sean the sailor
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    I see city got another decision at the weekend again

    Clear push and definite pen

    Getting a few decisions this season

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    sean the sailor
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    By the way joking about the above

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    Adlab
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    Definite pen by Fernandinho.

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    Makaveli
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    “Pax, earlier in this thread you said you expected Liverpool to get a last minute penalty. Just like to point out that Spurs got more penalties at Anfield last season than we did, and we havenā€™t had one in the league at home this year. ”

    I’m glad someone pointed it out.

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    Paxton
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    I havenā€™t made a single comment about the Liverpool Everton game – pre match, during the match or post match. Only thing Iā€™ve said was about Klopp and home fans loving it and everyone else hating it.

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    nine nine nine
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    Hightown@4:33pm Nice one mate.šŸ˜Š

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    Hightown hope
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    My apologies, Pax. It was Alfie who was expecting the Liverpool penalty

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