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  1. Transfer Talk Topic

    Fair enough, maybe I'm giving you too much credit Droy :)
  2. Transfer Talk Topic

    I can't help thinking it's a ploy to support the claim of Italian football's irrelevance - Capello-Ancelotti, Conte-Allegri - they're all interchangeable in that Droy doesn't rate them. That's not me supporting or refuting Droy's views on Italian football, just how it's always come across - happens far too often to be a typo.
  3. Jose Mourinho (Leaves For The Second Time)

    I'm gutted that he's going there to be honest, it will hurt having to in the opposite dugout at least twice a season.
  4. Frank Lampard: Legend.

    Do you feel the same way about Jose almost certainly joining United?
  5. Club announce new stadium plans

    Good points Ham. Either way the old stadium will be demolished at some point. RE the Spurs article, Dan Levene refuted a couple of the claims made in the Spurs article, namely the nuclear waste trains passing under the East stand
  6. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    I read that the police were not responsible for security within the ground and therefore didn't take action on those fighting inside.
  7. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    Khobar looking down with a wry smile :)
  8. John Terry

    Sense prevails! Credit must go to JT for sticking to his word and accepting, what I would imagine everyone agrees would be a much less lucrative contract than he could have got elsewhere.
  9. John Terry

    It would really damage his rep if he didn't accept, considering everything he's said in public, even if they did offer him peanuts. But, great news regardless.
  10. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    Is work due to start on their stadium this summer? I remember a load of people smashing in the 'posh' seats in the old West Stand on the final game of the season years ago before it was torn down, I don't particular object in them doing that. I remember the Club came over the PA to ask fans stop doing it, but that's only because they wanted to sell them at £300 a pop the next season. I would have done so too but I was about 12 and wasn't allowed to take my hammer and chisel to go to work on the benches where I was sat...
  11. New Kits

    Agree Mike, there's no way we would break the contract this early on unless we were guaranteed to have a whopping deal in the pipeline. We've had some decent kits under Adidas, but also some stinkers too, next year's home kit being a prime example. Someone online suggested something interesting yesterday - bring back the yellow socks!
  12. Media / Press

    That's a good point Stim.
  13. Media / Press

    Those two have always come across as clowns but this is pretty outrageous to be honest. Does 'bringing the game into disrepute' charges also apply to owners?
  14. Taking The Pee Out Of Liverpool (For Khobar)

    Refreshing comments in the 'top rated' comments section; von.k, southport, United Kingdom, 20 hours ago as a regular kopite in the seveties and early eighties you saw people being crushed every game, the late comers who had been drinking used to ram their way into the kop causing crushing, we were always passing injured people down over our heads to the field, I think the police at hillsborough just did not know what to expect, hindsight is a great thing but the blame must be doled out equally to match officials the f.a.(for erecting the fences) illeagal counterfit tickets, the council and yes the late fans, now its all about the money we all know it Linda, Sheffield, 22 hours ago The police at Hillsborough saved my husband's life, he was seconds away from death when he was pulled over the fences and given life saving treatment. Were there drunken fans and fans with no tickets at Hillsborough that day? yes of course there were, the same as at most big matches, did they cause the crush outside the ground? yes they did. Was police command useless that day? Yes most definitely. Who do I blame for the tragedy? The thugs who for years before purposely went to matches to cause trouble and fight, if it wasn't for them real fans would not have been penned n and would not have been herded around like cattle. The police were ready for trouble and fighting that day and were ill prepared for anything else. Rave On, Sheffield, 22 hours ago I was there, outside the Leppings lane entrance and I know what I saw with my own eyes. A lot of very drunk fans, throwing projectiles and surging to get in the ground. The police in charge were out of their depth and made many mistakes but some of the fans where also to blame for their behaviour. However, The police coverup and lies post the event are simply in excusable!!