10th January 2020 at 5:00 pm #58195
Sheff United 2 West Ham 1
C Palace 1 Arsenal 2
Man United 2 Norwich 1
Wolves 2 Newcastle 1
Leicester 2 Southampton 1
Chelsea 3 Burnley 1
Everton 2 Brighton 0
Tottenham 0 Liverpool 1
Bournemouth 2 Watford 2
A Villa 1 Man City 510th January 2020 at 6:44 pm #58197maverick1973Participant527 pts
Looking forward to proper football being back[not a fan of 2nd rate Cup football],and the mouthwatering game @ the WHL.Should be a cracker,with Liberoools getting some of their injured players back,Kane missing,and Jose vs Klopp.10th January 2020 at 6:46 pm #58198
Should be a decent game tonight
Bit concerned about Jose tomorrow
Interesting game between palace and arsenal tomorrow10th January 2020 at 7:48 pm #58199nine nine nineModerator808 pts10th January 2020 at 8:37 pm #58200
I don’t necessarily expect and rightly so, something like 5-0 Liverpool, given 19-1-Lost 0. But I’m honesty Tired of reading “Oh Spurs will do this etc”.
You can only put forward ‘Heartaches’ to a Degree and I use the ‘Road Crossing’ Analogy from one-end-to-another.
13 Points and Game in hand and I read Negativity. I sincerely drained for reading this and sheer lack of optimism ENTERING ANY GAME from my fellow own fans that I really no long want to bother with this at all.
Even when we win a Game, it’s the “Won’t get carried away rolled out”.
It’s Disgusting Outright And Depressing because I’m quite frankly Tired in not reading anything Optimistic and Positive.
13 Points Clear with 1 Game In Hand. If We Draw or Lose A Match, Our World Won’t Come Crashing Down. Why not for ONCE in a Calendar Year SHOW OPTIMISM.10th January 2020 at 8:38 pm #58201
It’s not the Life I choose.10th January 2020 at 9:32 pm #58202
What are you talking about nil.
What’s depressing? I said I’m concerned about jose that’s it.
Seriously that’s the last time I engage with you.
You ignore my positive posts.
I sincerely mean this.
10th January 2020 at 9:39 pm #58203OzParticipant45 pts
- This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by nine nine nine.
Nil, it’s just how it is mate, we know jose has a knack of making it difficult for us (and everyone else for that matter) so I fully expect them to be hard to beat. That said, we have got into the habit of finding a way to win these type of game & with nearly a week off and some players coming back from injury I’d like to think we will break them down. If we do get the 1st goal they will have to come out a bit more and that’s where I think we will do some damage, esp considering their injury crisis.
If they happen to get the 1st goal it’ll be very very tough because as we all know if jose is good at anything it’s shutting up shop. All in all I’d be disappointed if we didn’t get the cookies in this one.10th January 2020 at 10:11 pm #58204
I think it is easier being totally positive about the league title being wrapped up and all that when looking in from the outside as an opposition supporter but I can understand anxiety being around from within considering the length of the wait for that first elusive Premier League title. Sean wasn’t showing any emotions there however, simply reflecting on the danger Jose can pose tactically. For mine it is done and dusted but that doesn’t mean there might not be the odd hiccup on the way and Jose more than most, can come up with something. Band together boys.10th January 2020 at 10:19 pm #58205
What about the Hammers’ gift of a goal to Sheffield United to wrap up three more points. One of the worst of the season so far.10th January 2020 at 10:34 pm #5820610th January 2020 at 10:34 pm #58207
Leaving this once and for all, had enough, after this season.10th January 2020 at 10:37 pm #5820810th January 2020 at 10:42 pm #5820910th January 2020 at 10:56 pm #5821010th January 2020 at 11:11 pm #5821110th January 2020 at 11:44 pm #58213nine nine nineModerator808 pts
Come on lads you both want the same thing no need to fall out. I’ve edited Sean’s post.
Not everyone sees things the same way Nil and Jose is a renowned spoiler that’s all Sean was saying.
Off course Sean shouldn’t have reacted as he did but it was out of character and he regrets it and has apologised.
Nil everyone sees things differently that’s what a football forum is all about.
Sean you’re a great contributor on here so don’t stay away too long.
Cyber handshakes would be good and for you both to get on with enjoying Liverpool’s season it promises to be a great one.10th January 2020 at 11:48 pm #58214
I’m not having a great time at the moment either nil mate
I did y mean to upset you like that
It’s only comments on a forum but there’s to much anger in me at the moment and I totally over reacted
Sincere apologies again nil mate
I’m far to sensitive these days. Time for me to take a break mate. I over react to posts these days like I did with stevo the other day. There’s no need for it as this is a great forum and your a big part of it
We have to much history as cyber chums for me to be name calling
It’s not me. Your a good bloke and don’t need deserve my reaction. Apologies again
Hopefully we chat soon
Up the reds10th January 2020 at 11:58 pm #58215
I know you suffer with your mental health nil and I understand all about that as I am only starting to really grief for my own brother now
Two and a half years later and the impact on my parents and family is still devastating to this day.
That’s why I’m
So angry these days. Your a genuinely good bloke and have a great heart.
I’ll be back soon and hopefully you will be aswell. Life is to short for silly arguments
We might not know each other in real life but we go back a longtime on this forum
Peace out and talk to everyone soon11th January 2020 at 1:14 am #58216
Nice response Sean and both you and Nil take care of yourselves and try and enjoy the next 5 months as it all unfolds in the English Premier League. Don’t forget that there is also a Champions League crown to defend and there is a good chance of a repeat there too. You have a fabulous squad of players and Manager that are more than capable of dominating everything. Another visit to Turkey with which you lads would be very familiar thinking back to 2005 may also be on the horizon 🙂
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