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Who else was nominated?

Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
 Sadio Mane (Liverpool)
Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool
)Alisson (Liverpool)
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Manchester United)
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City
)Adama Traore (Wolves)
Danny Ings  (Southampton)
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
James Maddison (Leicester)
Jonny Evans (Leicester)

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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has won the Football Writers' Association Men's Footballer of the Year award.

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Hendo in full kit....Love it  ;D

The armband was a bit much, no?

No.

If it was any other club you'd be laughing your balls off at the sight of it.

Felt a bit sorry for Lallana the number of times the camera panned to him tonight. No game at Anfield but maybe he'll get a few mins on Sunday.

Two really good games today. Great way to end the season.

Klopp said a few weeks ago Lallana will probably not play again in case he got injured and jeopardized a move to a new club

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Feck them.
Tonight's the night lads! 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

Or this afternoon, is this afternoon for me!

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Was there a load of recent posts deleted from here?
Haven't noticed. What sort of posts?

Different bits and pieces. For instance some gimp had a post cryarsing about the celebrations tonight costing a million (they're not btw, they're costing 40k).

Yeah I read that with the 'always the victim' sign off  ::)

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General discussion / Re: The Super(ish) Leeds United Thread
« on: July 17, 2020, 08:18:10 PM »
Good to see Leeds back up....canít beat having another Manc hating club in the top division!  We will give you back Milner next season once you get yourselves settled back up!  For Boots and Rufus et al great stuff!

Congrats to Leeds but Milner is going no where!

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Always find it weird that people get wrankled by this.

Me too, it's the team you support in-spite of where you live. You are a supporter of the team/club. Supporters, players, and staff make up the club so why not say 'we' & 'us' when discussing them?

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Indeed  ;D

Everton fans are as delusional as Newcastle United fans.
explain how??
Top Ten finish and widespread calls from fans for Sam Allardyce to go.  Decent league position for squad they have.  Don't subscibe to the view that a team, be that Everton, West Ham, Man U etc, have to play a certain way.  It's a results based industry and Allardyce's results were decent.
seriously? What results were decent? The performances definitely weren't. Big sam served up some of the biggest dross ever witnessed at goodison. 3 games this season at home we didnt have one shot on target. His totally negative approach was a real turn off with the fans and he done nothing to try to win over the fans who didnt want him in the 1st place.
Everton fans crave success and want to be challenging the top 6 and competing for cups and playing in europe. Big sam isnt and never will be the man for that.

 ;D ;D ;D

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Winning when not playing well...a great sign of Champions  ;)

Won the title and still my stomach was in knots heading into the last 10 mins

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: July 05, 2020, 08:38:33 PM »
In defence of De Gea heís had a terrible set of defenders in front of him, doesnít help your confidence when teams are able to nutmeg 80 million pound defenders!

Ah come on. Was that fumble v Watford any defenders fault? Or the Everton goal?



Keepers have bad days, shock horror. Your stats and the actual stats donít add up though

De Gea has had far far too many bad days. No keeper in the world would have got as many second chances as him.

How many errors leading to goals has he had in each of the last 2 seasons? He definitely is not as good as he used to be but no way heís as bad as your making out

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: July 02, 2020, 06:21:06 PM »
So what was the deal with Pogba? Was he really injured for all that time or was he just looking out?

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Agreed...Gomez & VVD are the best partnership in the league...no need to be tweaking with it. Gomez is only 24, has all the attributes (pace, power, height, on the ball etc.) to become one of the best in the league. If Lovren does go (probably best for his own sanity because of the amount of shite he gets of some of his own), I would like them to be looking at 20-24 yr old to come in and isn't going to mind not being first choice.

Liverpool's squad is not old but there is very little in the 20-24 yr old category other than TAA and Gomez. It's fine for right now and the next couple of years but long term we need to sign and bed players of this age so they are ready to step up when current bunch are moving into their 30's.

The younger generation 17-20 seems to be well catered for with Jones, Williams, Elliott, Brewster, and Hoover all showing they have the right qualities to succeed. Van Den Berg was considered a scoop at the time but he hasn't shown me anything in the brief time he will go onto future stardom. I know it's early days and I'm not writing him off but he needs to get on the steak and Guinness and gain a few pounds.

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General discussion / Re: Premier League 2019/20
« on: June 26, 2020, 05:17:06 PM »
Teams who run away with the title like Liverpool (or United in 2000 and 2001), rarely get the credit they deserve. Teams who win a tight, close race always seem to get more credit and are better remembered.

Would agree with that but I genuinely think this Liverpool team will be seen in the group of great teams. They pushed City last year to the very edge and everyone believed that City team was the greatest ever. They were in back to back CL finals winning one and in a EL final and League Cup final which they lost. I think once they got the monkey off their back there was no holding back. I have seen some outstanding Liverpool teams but as an 11 or maybe up to 14-15 players, I have never seen better.


You are right about the 11 Liverpool have - unbelievable.

Wouldnt say there are another 3 or 4 players outside of that who are outstanding - not even close?

Matip, Milner and Keita are top players and would start in most teams. They are not as good as the players that start but a serious players

Iíd add the Ox to that as well

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What a manager & what a team

28 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeat...just incredible.

Last season and this season we are 58 W, 9 D, & 2 L

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Drank a few beers and shed a few tears. What a feeling, what a night, the Bird is back on her perch and we are champions. YNWA
It's kind of surreal isn't it. Waiting so long, so many close calls and near misses. I thought after 2014 it would never happen. Then last season, the highest ever runners up points total, was it ever going to happen.
Then this season despite being so far ahead I still had doubts.
I think I really started to believe this year was the actual year when Salah scored the second vs Man United. That was when I thought yep, this could be it. The Kop seemed to think the same thing at the same time as they suddenly broke into a chorus of Now you're gonna believe us. It was the first time this season that they dared sing it.
Winning the European Cup last year was great but this, this is the big one. This is the one we have all been waiting for.
It's been 30 years but now finally its here. And yeah football isn't important, but tonight it is. Tonight Liverpool are finally Premier League Champions.

Well said mate, my thoughts exactly!!

Pubs open in California so I might just have to go for a wee switch one tonight!

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