Johnny Blue

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About Johnny Blue

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  • Birthday 06/04/1951

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  1. Is it pronounced 'Timothy', but without the 'th'?
  2. Transfer Talk Topic

    Struggle to disagree with the sentiments expressed in the recent posts about Ake, just sad. Thought we had a stayer there.
  3. Khobar's Legacy

    I was referring specifically to the first game: I can remember the vitriol aimed at some of the players, "where were you when we were sh!t?".
  4. Khobar's Legacy

    ^ Probably not that different to how José felt in the same situation last season. (For me, whilst pleased to see Liverpool lose, I feel gutted for Claudio.)
  5. Khobar's Legacy

    Like others here, torn between gloating and fearing jinxing Tuesday!
  6. Funnily enough, when I saw the ManU snap, I had a similar thought: he looks like he's holding a bag of dog poo...
  7. Khobar's Legacy

    ...and preparing their position for questions about the Battle of Orgreave.
  8. Khobar's Legacy

    Funny the way most media report that there were n times as many Scouse fans as Sevilla: they probably made that analysis based on the number of red shirts visible in the stadium.
  9. Khobar's Legacy

    Worralot of tears!
  10. Khobar's Legacy

    From the BBC: "Liverpool had so much riding on this game. The lure of Champions League football, set alongside the chance to play for Klopp and at Anfield, would have completed an attractive package to set before any potential signings. Now they cannot offer any sort of European football as they ended well beaten here in another night of disappointment for Klopp, who has now lost five successive finals with Dortmund and Liverpool." Brings tears to your eyes, doesn't it?
  11. Khobar's Legacy

    I'm an atheist myself, but many thanks to those who gave prayers to the footballing gods: it's enough to make me become a believer. ...and thank you Sevilla: you'll probably never understand how much of a media ordeal from which you've saved us! EDIT: writing of media ordeals: I couldn't bear to have R5Live on during the game, so had R4 on instead, and as a result got to hear a very interesting programme about Flo Nightingale, the statistician. God moves in mysterious ways!
  12. Khobar's Legacy

    ^ The spirit of Khobar lives on...