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Burnley arent really having too much problem coping with Liverpool so far here.

They are a lot more ponderous than at any time in Klopps reign probably. By no means are Burnely camped and defending for dear life.

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YAAAAAS!. Kicking off at half-time. Klopp and Dyche having a wee argument in the tunnel too.

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9 minutes ago, jagfox BLM said:

YAAAAAS!. Kicking off at half-time. Klopp and Dyche having a wee argument in the tunnel too.

I don't think I would be arguing with Sean Dyche without an armed escort.

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YAAAAAS!. Kicking off at half-time. Klopp and Dyche having a wee argument in the tunnel too.
Over absolutely f**k all aswell. Liverpool are rattled these days.

What has happened to media darling x 1000000 Trent? Fucking gash this season

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25 minutes ago, Bairnardo said:

Over absolutely f**k all aswell. Liverpool are rattled these days.

What has happened to media darling x 1000000 Trent? Fucking gash this season

TAA, Maguire, Stones, Chilwell.

Lyndon Dykes is coming for you, lads.

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TAA, Maguire, Stones, Chilwell.
Lyndon Dykes is coming for you, lads.
Dykes would absolutely ragdoll all of them tbh.

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2 hours ago, Jim McLean's Ghost said:

Yeah how about no, That is not the rule.

It wasn't a deliberate pass. The Man City player did not "Receive" the ball from a deliberate play, he tackled the opponent.

It doesn't have to be a deliberate pass, the ball just has to deliberately played at, which it was. Any deliberate move from a defending player to touch the ball counts. The Manchester City player then "received the ball" off him by coming round from behind him and taking possession of it. Essentially, as soon as Mings deliberately plays at the ball, all bets are off.

This is not a good rule, but this is the rule nonetheless.

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2 minutes ago, craigkillie said:

It doesn't have to be a deliberate pass, the ball just has to deliberately played at, which it was. Any deliberate move from a defending player to touch the ball counts. The Manchester City player then "received the ball" off him by coming round from behind him and taking possession of it. Essentially, as soon as Mings deliberately plays at the ball, all bets are off.

This is not a good rule, but this is the rule nonetheless.

What is your opinion on the offside given in the Juve game I posted.

Were the officials wrong there? Or are english refs time and again giving horrendous reasoning to cover their own f**k ups.

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Just now, Jim McLean's Ghost said:

What is your opinion on the offside given in the Juve game I posted.

Were the officials wrong there? Or are english refs time and again giving horrendous reasoning to cover their own f**k ups.

Yes, that was not offside because the defender played at the ball deliberately.

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The guys who've won everything all say it - it's hard to win a league, it's a lot harder to retain it.

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I can't see Liverpool finishing in the top 4. They've basically done a Leicester from last season. 

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