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My take on the Chelsea vs Manchester United game

13 Aug 2019 12:55:47
{Ed's Note - fuser has posted a new article entitled, My take on the Chelsea vs Manchester United game




22 Aug 2015 12:54:57
BR coming out and saying that the ref got the offside call right even though the referee association has come out and said it was offside. Do you guys ever get annoyed that he seems to have a fundamental problem with telling the truth?


1.) 22 Aug 2015 13:20:36
It's not a goal and the ref association are trying to defend a stupidity. It's clear cut offside.

2.) 22 Aug 2015 13:21:36
I have a problem with posters picking over every single thing Rodgers says.

3.) 22 Aug 2015 13:35:53
Does any manager "tell the truth". They all claim "haven`t had a chance to look at it" or "didn`t see it", when ask about an obvious error by the ref that goes in their favour.

Please, please, please lay off Rogers, and stop getting on like a big girls blouse, looking to nit pick at every little thing.

Like it or not he is Liverpool manager, so if you can`t be positive at least don`t be negative.

4.) 22 Aug 2015 13:41:51
"Oh yeah, it was defintely offside. Oh and by the way, the Bournemouth goal should have stood. Lovren was playing for a foul."

Think about a second. If it doesn't make sense to you that Rodgers defended the goal, then stick your head in some ice water and try again.

5.) 22 Aug 2015 13:44:17
Irish Rover, it was hardly a one line comment said in between other topics, but an entire article so not really trying to pick over every tiny thing to find fault with him. I only asked as last season after every match that you guys played badly, he'd come out and praise the team's work rate etc. And whilst I can understand wanting to defend/protect your team, this was a very clear cut decision and one in which the Premier League even came out and said the ref got it wrong.

6.) 22 Aug 2015 13:57:58
What he is saying is it is a goal! Which it is! It won us the game! So it is a goal! Care to argue this fact?

7.) 22 Aug 2015 14:00:50
Its boring!

8.) 22 Aug 2015 14:03:06
It was a goal, we won one nil, time to move on.

9.) 22 Aug 2015 14:37:02
I'm not debating whether it was a goal or not. The ref gave it, so it was a goal. My point was BR said that Coutinho wasn't interfering, and saying that he shouldn't have been called offside.

Amerigo tbh I think BR should be coming out, saying all of that AND giving up the 3 points to Bournemouth, paying for all of Bournemouth's travelling fans tickets out of his own pocket and even writing a public letter of apology.

10.) 22 Aug 2015 15:57:08
Mu got 6 pts from two deflected goals so I think we are entitled to a bit of luck also

11.) 22 Aug 2015 17:46:28
And City's result against Chelsea was a fake result and arsene wenger has never seen any of arsenals offsides and Ferguson never said that any of uniteds many many dubious late penalty awards were wrong!

12.) 22 Aug 2015 18:00:16
I'm sure it won't be the only incorrect decision that results in a goal and a win this season in the PL - time to thank our lucky stars and move on, as I'm sure we'll have our share of bad luck too.

13.) 22 Aug 2015 18:05:55
Better pray that luck doesn't run out soon because with the shambles we are seein on the pitch ATM, were going to need every ounce of it

14.) 22 Aug 2015 19:37:35
I look at the results and they say we won.
Hindsight is irrelevant.

15.) 22 Aug 2015 23:17:44
If hindsight is irrelevant, how does anyone learn?

Reflection is a key part of any profession.

16.) 23 Aug 2015 00:01:52
If it had been Mourinho that said that (using him as an example not chelsea related); then everyone would've said a great way to play mind games with the next referee we have.

I don't rate the bloke but be fair at least!

17.) 23 Aug 2015 00:13:38
Of course it is, Ron provided it is in an attempt to make your BFF look good, which it doesn't.

18.) 23 Aug 2015 03:24:50
What BR said was that it was an excellent decision by the 'linesman'. And he was right, it was an excellent decision for LFC. Stop reading redtops who love to twist words. And no, I don't like most of his interviews myself. Don't buy/read on newsnow the 'Scum'

19.) 23 Aug 2015 07:54:54
Well if that is how it works.
Sterling was on side against city so we won the league!! I'm happy enough to trade 3 points for the title!!
Better knock that star off the England football kit as well.

20.) 23 Aug 2015 09:58:05
wiwar- hindsight is obviously not always irrelevant in life, but as there is no retrospective action with regards to offside decisions in association football, in this instance hindsight is irrelevant. The result is already a matter of historical fact.

21.) 23 Aug 2015 10:40:45
Mourinho gets away with it because his team are the Champions so people think his mind games are working

I personally admired his handling of the media in his first spell but now I just see him as a pantomime villain - it's so over the top now it has become ridiculous

Think BR is just trying to mimic him



27 Apr 2014 22:45:17
A lot of you seem to be complaining about the way Chelsea played. But it was the smart thing to do. Teams that play 'attractive attacking football' have come to Anfield and lost. If Chelsea had played attacking football they would have lost too. Especially since Hazard's injured, Oscar's gone off the boil, Schurrle is a bag of Revels and Willian hasn't been the best in the attacking 3rd. I won't even bother mentioning their misfiring strikers.


1.) Nobody`s asking them to play attacking football or open up to suit us. Other teams have come to Anfield and been quite defensive. What Chelsea did was refuse to play nor compete which is fine ONLY when the other team makes a mistake which we did. Time wasting and slumping on the pitch for cramps along with other childish antics just shows that Jose was so scared of us that he refused to play by parking two buses. If that`s a coach`s gameplan for success, then God help the chavs in the CL this season because they`re going to need him dearly.

2.) Best we all play defensive, negative football so we all have a better chance of winning games. Seems Sam Alardyce is a progressive-minded tactician after all. God help the Premier League

3.) Im not complaining about his defensive football. Its his own style of play as a manager. but those time wasting was well. not professional at all.




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23 Apr 2020 05:59:45
Epic potato, Ed002 has mentioned on numerous occasions that release clauses are only applicable to clubs within the same association. So IF Werner has a release clause only clubs in the bundesliga could activate it. IF the clause was say €40m the Bayern could bid that and it would have to be accepted. Liverpool could bid £100m and RBL would be within their rights to refuse it.

Buyout clauses are different and involve a player himself paying a fee to essentially cancel his contract. Clubs would then have to pay the player that amount of money and when taxes etc are factored in the entire thing becomes absurdly expensive and complicated

Overall ignore any ‘release clauses’ in future as they never have anything to do with PL clubs.




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25 Nov 2019 20:08:14
The keeper in Turkey? You mean Karius? 😂.


{Ed025's Note - no that was the turkey in turkey fuser.. :)



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28 Oct 2019 17:17:18
Can’t imagine Joe is happy being behind Lovren in the pecking order.




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05 Jun 2019 19:48:15
The reported prize money for winning the final of the CL was £16m or something like that. Obviously it stacks with the money earned for making the final and semi and quarters etc so overall Liverpool would have won a lot more. So I somehow doubt the prize money for the club World Cup would be anywhere near 50m.




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31 Aug 2017 01:10:05
Knowing Liverpool they've likely already done the medical in his apartment before they even contacted Monaco 😂 Either that or hacked Monaco's medical records 😂.





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21 Sep 2017 20:21:30
What PL clubs could Zorc end up at ed002?


{Ed002's Note - Arsenal.}



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21 Sep 2017 20:21:30
What PL clubs could Zorc end up at ed002?




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11 Aug 2017 11:31:18
You mean like they did when they said Suarez wasn't for sale?




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31 May 2017 21:36:36
As far as I'm aware Solanke had outrageous demands regarding wages and wanted first team commitments on top of that at Chelsea. I'd wager he setttled for getting a bumper pay packet at Liverpool playing for their u23's.




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23 Nov 2016 01:38:17
Where do you get your stats from Hamilton? And Liverpool have only scored 3 goals more than Chelsea btw.