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After today's convincing win over Chelsea can Liverpool finally deliver the premiership.
I was in the kop for the last 2 CL games against Bayern and Porto and the atmosphere was amazing. There's a sense of confidence in the crowd I've not seen in years.....

C'mon boys bring the title home
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  • stickyfiddlestickyfiddle Frets: 11202
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
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  • teradaterada Frets: 4140
    Did Siraxeman support Liverpool too?
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  • ToneControlToneControl Frets: 5359
    Come back when you've won 20
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 4510
    Who is this "we"? 
    Be seeing you.
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  • underdogunderdog Frets: 5968
    edited April 15
    Im a Liverpool fan and this season has been fantastic, we have been better than we could have dreamed but I think the second we handed the onus back to City was the chance gone.

    I beleive today was the toughest game we have left, but I also beleive City can easily go on and win all of their remaining games making what we do irrelevant sadly.

    That group of draws cost us dearly.
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 4510
    edited April 14
    Double post. Ignore.
    Be seeing you.
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  • monofinmonofin Frets: 1100
    Think I've set myself up here :-)

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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4106
    I hope Liverpool do it, they are the most interesting and exciting team to watch and have been for a few years now. Man City are boring as hell - buy the best players, but some more decent players to stop other teams getting them, play keep-ball then if you lose the ball quickly foul the opposition to stop play. So dull.

    That said I've not watched as much premier League this year but have found the Championship a much more intriguing League for the neutral, though as a biased fan of West Brom it's just as well is interesting as this is where we are staying for the next few seasons
    I may feel slightly sad, but I won't cry
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  • axisusaxisus Frets: 12886
    They blew it a while back when they drew a bunch of games and lost their big lead. They are relying on city to slip up now, and I think that liverpool are the more likely team to drop points. Personally I'd prefer Liverpool to win the title of the two contenders.
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  • p90foolp90fool Frets: 11429
    Who is this "we"? 
    Haha I know. I overheard two guys at work a while back, one saying, "Hey, we've got you on Saturday". 

    The ensuing conversation revealed he actually meant it was Liverpool against Man Utd, not  one fat, middle-aged bloke in a horrible nylon top with a club badge on against another. 
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  • RobDaviesRobDavies Frets: 1898
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
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  • stickyfiddlestickyfiddle Frets: 11202
    RobDavies said:
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
    I think we should, but 2 draws in a row is a bit of a worry. We'd likely be safe now if we'd won those 2.

    (NB - when talking about sports teams it's ok to use "we"...)
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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4106
    RobDavies said:
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
    I think we should, but 2 draws in a row is a bit of a worry. We'd likely be safe now if we'd won those 2.

    (NB - when talking about sports teams it's ok to use "we"...)
    Must admit Norwich have been a bit of a welcome surprise this season, I expected Leeds to be running away with it with Bielsa in charge. But then it's a bizarre League, who's have thought we'd be in 4th with the squad we have (and the way they have played this season), I thought we'd be lucky to sneak into the play offs to be honest
    I may feel slightly sad, but I won't cry
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  • BrizeBrize Frets: 3033
    p90fool said:
    Who is this "we"? 
    Haha I know. I overheard two guys at work a while back, one saying, "Hey, we've got you on Saturday". 

    The ensuing conversation revealed he actually meant it was Liverpool against Man Utd, not  one fat, middle-aged bloke in a horrible nylon top with a club badge on against another. 

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  • jonnyburgojonnyburgo Frets: 6744
    monofin said:
    After today's convincing win over Chelsea can Liverpool finally deliver the premiership.
    I was in the kop for the last 2 CL games against Bayern and Porto and the atmosphere was amazing. There's a sense of confidence in the crowd I've not seen in years.....

    C'mon boys bring the title home
    Better check if you've still got your purse.
    "OUR TOSSPOT"
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  • underdogunderdog Frets: 5968
    edited April 15
    But far more important for today

    When all the lights go out forever,
    somewhere near the end of time,
    the noise will pass and the dust will settle,
    and you'll be on my mind 

    For the 96, their families and everyone affected that day.

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  • jacklawteyjacklawtey Frets: 135
    RobDavies said:
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
    You're not gettin' near us on Monday mate. 
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  • RobDaviesRobDavies Frets: 1898
    RobDavies said:
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? :D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
    You're not gettin' near us on Monday mate. 
     =)  =) =)


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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4106
    The championship season is over for me as a West Brom fan so turning into an honorary Liverpool fan (or whichever team is playing against Citeh) from here on. I want to see Pep's face if he loses it like he did against Spurs in the Champions League :)
    I may feel slightly sad, but I won't cry
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  • underdogunderdog Frets: 5968
    edited April 27
    There is no way City are losing it from here, they seem to be in the zone now for the last few games will they do enough to get 3 more wins. Liverpool also look likely to achieve the same thing, but it won't be enough for them without a city mistake that I don't beleive will come.
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  • NiteflyNitefly Frets: 2510
    edited April 27
    RobDavies said:
    And more important, will Norwich win the championship? D 
    Hopefully.   As a Brentford fan, hopefully we will be doing everything in our power to beat Leeds on Monday.  That said , most of our players have been on the beach for several weeks now. 
    @RobDavies now that Brentford's game against Bolton has been called off, do you get the points?

    Bolton players on strike: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48067603

    They haven't been paid their March wages yet.

    *edit* question answered - they've been told they must rearrange at the earliest opportunity:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48077182

    Did anyone bring the petits-fours?
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  • monofinmonofin Frets: 1100
    C'mon Burnley  :)
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  • schrodinger1612schrodinger1612 Frets: 310
    edited April 27
    keep the faith my friend...there could easily be a few more twists and turns yet. 
    Feedback Thread: https://goo.gl/bquaSD
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  • cacophonycacophony Frets: 366
    As a lifelong city fan, i can say that i am more than disappointed with everyones dislike of city.I was there in the days of 'typical city' saw some truly dreadful stuff, but the fans never lost the gallows humour,and unlike the other 'big' clubs,city don't seem to have collected millions of new 'plastic' fans country wide. I now live in norwich, and have seen about two city shirts here since the new money arrived, which is good.However i must admit that the steamroller that the club has become has taken some of the 'edge' off it all for me, but i wouldn't be at all surprised if 'typical city-itis' resurrects itself today and we drop points at burnley.Whoever wins the league, they will deserve it, the points totls of the two clubs would win the league easily in just about every other season, (apart from the 100 points last year that is!)
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  • stickyfiddlestickyfiddle Frets: 11202
    Woop! NCFC actually did it. 

    Feel bad for Leeds to drop it at the last couple of hurdles though. Hope they get to Wembley and get promoted.
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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4106
    cacophony said:
    As a lifelong city fan, i can say that i am more than disappointed with everyones dislike of city.I was there in the days of 'typical city' saw some truly dreadful stuff, but the fans never lost the gallows humour,and unlike the other 'big' clubs,city don't seem to have collected millions of new 'plastic' fans country wide. I now live in norwich, and have seen about two city shirts here since the new money arrived, which is good.However i must admit that the steamroller that the club has become has taken some of the 'edge' off it all for me, but i wouldn't be at all surprised if 'typical city-itis' resurrects itself today and we drop points at burnley.Whoever wins the league, they will deserve it, the points totls of the two clubs would win the league easily in just about every other season, (apart from the 100 points last year that is!)
    It's not the fans people dislike to be honest (in my opinion)
    I may feel slightly sad, but I won't cry
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  • underdogunderdog Frets: 5968
    cacophony said:
    As a lifelong city fan, i can say that i am more than disappointed with everyones dislike of city.I was there in the days of 'typical city' saw some truly dreadful stuff, but the fans never lost the gallows humour,and unlike the other 'big' clubs,city don't seem to have collected millions of new 'plastic' fans country wide. I now live in norwich, and have seen about two city shirts here since the new money arrived, which is good.However i must admit that the steamroller that the club has become has taken some of the 'edge' off it all for me, but i wouldn't be at all surprised if 'typical city-itis' resurrects itself today and we drop points at burnley.Whoever wins the league, they will deserve it, the points totls of the two clubs would win the league easily in just about every other season, (apart from the 100 points last year that is!)
    It's not the fans people dislike to be honest (in my opinion)

    Agree with you there (apart from Liam Gallagher of course) it's the complete lopsidedness of the league of now, the money (kicked off by Chelsea) and the questionable source of the money.
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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4106
    edited April 28
    Yeah exactly, aside from the financiers of it all just buying everybody often seemingly to stop others buying them,I  personally dislike Pep's style of play - can be quite dull just stopping the opposition getting the ball then slightly fouling them if they do manage to get it in order to reshape. Basically turns every opposition into a sitting duck so it's boring to watch

    In my mind its not that different to the Pulis tactics, just modified to utilise better players in a different area of the pitch
    I may feel slightly sad, but I won't cry
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  • tony99tony99 Frets: 930
    underdog said:
    cacophony said:
    As a lifelong city fan, i can say that i am more than disappointed with everyones dislike of city.I was there in the days of 'typical city' saw some truly dreadful stuff, but the fans never lost the gallows humour,and unlike the other 'big' clubs,city don't seem to have collected millions of new 'plastic' fans country wide. I now live in norwich, and have seen about two city shirts here since the new money arrived, which is good.However i must admit that the steamroller that the club has become has taken some of the 'edge' off it all for me, but i wouldn't be at all surprised if 'typical city-itis' resurrects itself today and we drop points at burnley.Whoever wins the league, they will deserve it, the points totls of the two clubs would win the league easily in just about every other season, (apart from the 100 points last year that is!)
    It's not the fans people dislike to be honest (in my opinion)

    Agree with you there (apart from Liam Gallagher of course) it's the complete lopsidedness of the league of now, the money (kicked off by Chelsea) and the questionable source of the money.
    You blame Chelsea?
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  • underdogunderdog Frets: 5968
    tony99 said:
    underdog said:
    cacophony said:
    As a lifelong city fan, i can say that i am more than disappointed with everyones dislike of city.I was there in the days of 'typical city' saw some truly dreadful stuff, but the fans never lost the gallows humour,and unlike the other 'big' clubs,city don't seem to have collected millions of new 'plastic' fans country wide. I now live in norwich, and have seen about two city shirts here since the new money arrived, which is good.However i must admit that the steamroller that the club has become has taken some of the 'edge' off it all for me, but i wouldn't be at all surprised if 'typical city-itis' resurrects itself today and we drop points at burnley.Whoever wins the league, they will deserve it, the points totls of the two clubs would win the league easily in just about every other season, (apart from the 100 points last year that is!)
    It's not the fans people dislike to be honest (in my opinion)

    Agree with you there (apart from Liam Gallagher of course) it's the complete lopsidedness of the league of now, the money (kicked off by Chelsea) and the questionable source of the money.
    You blame Chelsea?

    Chelsea were the first buy them all so others can't have them club. City have taken it to a whole new level
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