Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by AlissonBeckerN01, Jul 6, 2018.
Any further output from 'The Kosher One' yet?
Hahaha he is eating his words now.
Im sure he'll have a few million reasons not to give a ****...
Not the best analogy.
I'd rather have Saddam as manager than Mourinho...
Don't like Mourinho; his management style or personality
It's a #joke that someone with such a record of physically and verbally abusing his staff/colleagues plus tax evasion can walk into another job
The media whitewashed his past for the sake of letting him have the Man Utd job
Well, me neither - but I might stop short of comparing him to a genocidal maniac.
Well, I wasn't exactly being serious bar the fact Mourinho as as much chance of Saddam of me wanting near my club; both are obviously zero!
Post that on premier board
I gathered that. I wasn't being entirely serious myself, but I just thought the original comment from Flash 'Arry was a bit tasteless -and it was aimed at him rather than you.
No Alli, you're not the only one who thinks that.
Sadly, you are one of the few stupid enough to say it in public without thinking that the day might come.....
Guardiola whinging about Silva's ban for racism, getting his excuses in for the Chelsea result
Liverpool: Could 'Kloppage Time' late goals win them the Premier League title?
Liverpool lead the way
Mane's late header against Villa was the second decisive injury-time goal Liverpool have scored this season, with James Milner also turning a potential draw into a victory with his 95th-minute penalty in the home game with Leicester.
Extending this to points-earning goals scored in the 85th minute or later brings Andy Robertson's equalising header at Villa Park and Adam Lallana's leveller against Manchester United at Old Trafford into the mix.
These make Liverpool the 2019-20 Premier League's leading side for important late strikes.
Points earned from late goals in 2019-20 Premier League
Points earned 85 mins+
Points earned 90 mins+
Wow that was some bad goalkeeping
West Ham 0 :1 Tottenham (Son(