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Besides, the PL is the place to be. No manager, certainly not one in charge of the league leaders, aiming to win 4 trophies, and with all these kids coming through into the team, is gonna jack that in to take charge of a national side. Doesn't work like that anymore. Unless he needs to lighten his workload because of health issues.

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22 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

There certainly have been quite a few players retire early since the jabs.

 

Yes, it's getting rather a lot now...

 

https://goodsciencing.com/covid/athletes-suffer-cardiac-arrest-die-after-covid-shot/

 

And let's not forget that ex-liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva was one of those, although he was playing in Italy at the time...

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On 1/27/2024 at 12:19 AM, Mazthehobo said:

Would be interesting to see how many Miles his players ran during games pre jab and after jab..

 

I am a premier league football watcher. There were rumours liverpool players were cheating when they won the league under klopp.

Many of the squad were registered Asthmatic more then any other team. Eyebrows were raised when a new signing came who quicky was registered as Asthmatic despite not having it before.

the rumours on twitter suggesting the Asthma medication inhaler things were performance enhancing, banned unless you had ashtham. But liverpool thrashed every team that season with their high tempo attacking football descirbed by Herr Klopp as heavy metal football. II read all this shit on twitter and some other sites.

 

 

h**ps://trainingground.guru/articles/liverpool-and-asthma-inhalers-is-there-any-substance-to-the-innuendo

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It was a ridiculous run that they went on that season. Nothing like it's been seen before or since. And it was the season when "Covid" meant the chances of being rumbled were maybe less than normal. The drop-off in results after that, and then the dismantling of large parts of that squad, are a bit suss.

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Probably lined up for the Barca or Real Madrid jobs. Or as said he either has some health condition or a loved one does which has come on fast (cough cough you will never jab alone). It is interesting he has started to use the 'I'm an old man' line recently, especially when he is 56. 

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On 2/28/2024 at 10:30 AM, Misterwack said:

It's definitely bittersweet news about Klopp's potential retirement. As a Liverpool fan, it's sad to see such a legendary figure possibly leaving the club, but health should always come first.

Big loss for the PL. When you consider that Klopp and Liverpool have been the only worthy challengers to Pep's Man City (cheaters) over the last 5 or 6 years. It is going to get even more boring for the neutrals if Liverpool don't get the right manager in to replace Klopp. 

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On 1/27/2024 at 1:03 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

He had to basically replace the whole midfield after the COVID era. Those are the players who do the most running around. They weren't all old and past it either.

 

Hiya lad.

 

 

The age of the midfield 2021/22.

 

Jimmy Milner - 34

Henderson - 30

Fabinho  - 28

Wijnaldum - 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 1/27/2024 at 4:42 AM, Saved said:

He signed a contract extension to 2026 back in April 2022 - six months after he made his repulsive comments about those not wanting to indulge in experimental gene therapy. 

 

He announced to the board that he was fatigued (and therefore leaving) back in November last year. 

 

Six months post jab - chipper and agreeing to work as Liverpool manager for another 4 years minimum. 

 

Nineteen months further on and he's fatigued, unable and unwilling to continue beyond this season. He goes out of his way to say there's nothing wrong physically, except 'a few bits and bobs'.

 

Sounds like he might have had a scare. If he's had any heart issues, we'd not know about it given how high profile he is and his previous very public and hardcore stance on the jabs. 

 

It's unusual for a driven, must win at all costs obsessive to 'take a break' at the age of 56. I can't think of any highly successful football managers that have done such a thing. 

 

He took a break in 2015.

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33 minutes ago, Cassady77 said:

 

Hiya lad.

 

 

The age of the midfield 2021/22.

 

Jimmy Milner - 34

Henderson - 30

Fabinho  - 28

Wijnaldum - 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Milner aside, that ain't especially old. Players shouldn't be past it at 30 these days.

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11 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Milner aside, that ain't especially old. Players shouldn't be past it at 30 these days.

 

They are though . When most players hit their 30's they have usually peaked . The team needed a rebuild anyway as Liverpool as team peaked in the 2020/21 season when the league would've been won in March as week after lockdown. I am not condoning what he said about vaccines at all . Infact it done my head in. Klopp has given me my best days as a Liverpool fan and I was born when Shankly was manager and have seen arguably the best sides that have played in this country. He also helped me get through the darkest period of my life ( I lost my brother in 2017 who was never the same after Hillsborough ) and got me into going again altough it was only the European aways from 2017 to February 2020. He's a great manager and a sound fella in my eyes but like I said his views on vaccines were a bit weird.  Out of interest who do you support .

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3 hours ago, Cassady77 said:

 

They are though . When most players hit their 30's they have usually peaked . The team needed a rebuild anyway as Liverpool as team peaked in the 2020/21 season when the league would've been won in March as week after lockdown. I am not condoning what he said about vaccines at all . Infact it done my head in. Klopp has given me my best days as a Liverpool fan and I was born when Shankly was manager and have seen arguably the best sides that have played in this country. He also helped me get through the darkest period of my life ( I lost my brother in 2017 who was never the same after Hillsborough ) and got me into going again altough it was only the European aways from 2017 to February 2020. He's a great manager and a sound fella in my eyes but like I said his views on vaccines were a bit weird.  Out of interest who do you support .

Remember Heysel? Nah thought you wouldnt. Scum team with the worse fans there are.

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15 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Remember Heysel? Nah thought you wouldnt. Scum team with the worse fans there are.


I don’t think you can tarnish everyone with the same brush.

I bet Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea etc all have a proportion of fans who are hooligans, rapists, paedophiles, murderers. Most are probably sound.

David Icke followers are no different. 
it’s just humans and their nature. Some are vile. Most are not.

 

Police Officers, royal family, doctors, teachers, priests. It doesn’t matter what club you support, or person you follow or even your profession. There’s a percentage of scumbags in all of them.

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3 hours ago, Cassady77 said:

Out of interest who do you support .

These days, nobody in particular. All club identities have gone, so I am just a casual observer. My old man's team is Spurs so I tend to keep an eye on their progress (or otherwise).

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1 hour ago, Mazthehobo said:


I don’t think you can tarnish everyone with the same brush.

I bet Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea etc all have a proportion of fans who are hooligans, rapists, paedophiles, murderers. Most are probably sound.

David Icke followers are no different. 
it’s just humans and their nature. Some are vile. Most are not.

 

Police Officers, royal family, doctors, teachers, priests. It doesn’t matter what club you support, or person you follow or even your profession. There’s a percentage of scumbags in all of them.

You have clearly never been to a liverpool game as a away fan have you. But you make a fair point.

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45 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

You have clearly never been to a liverpool game as a away fan have you. But you make a fair point.


Actually, I have… Coventry city away in the 90s. On the train back I felt something in my pocket and some local had his hand in!

Growing up I always found the worse fans were at Leeds. Never had a problem at Maine Road or most the London clubs.

 

I dunno. I guess the only group of people that are always scumbags are politicians!

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3 hours ago, Captainlove said:

Remember Heysel? Nah thought you wouldnt. Scum team with the worse fans there are.

 

Do I remember it ? I was actually there lad. Heysel was the straw that broke the donkey's back . If you remember English clubs reputation in Europe in the 70's name one incident that involved Liverpool ? A few spring to mind that involved Leeds in Paris , Man United in St Etienne , Villa at Anderlecht and Spurs at Feyenoord . There are others too. Liverpool's lads were more into grafting sports gear being honest and flogging it on their return home . That's how the ' casual scene ' ( a saying coined by the London press and not us ) started in about 79/80 which dozy followers of fashion got onto completely missing the point. Liverpool's lads were also into grafting from ' tom shops ' which were jewellers and made a few quid from it. Switzerland was known as ' the big Scouse warehouse ' back then which I find funny. Hooligans , no ! Grafters , yes! Liverpool have never had ' firm ' and definetly not a ' firm name ' like United - The ICJ , West Ham - The ICF or Millwall the hilariously named Bushwhackers. Now onto Heysel. It was like any other European Cup Final we'd been to which was a great piss up and a sing song and mixing in with the teams other supporters swapping scarves etc. However as the day went on the mood was changing as ' tom shop ' went west and the plod turned up , also that Belgian beer is strong. Getting closer to the stadium everything was still sound but you could feel something on the under current. The stadium itself was not fit for a final at all. Holes in the walls outside and the steps inside were crumbling. As we gets in part of our end which a neautral zone full of Juventus supporters . Still everything seemed ok until a few missiles started being exchanged between both sets of supporters ( who threw the first I do not now ) and a group of Liverpool lads decided enough was enough and pulled down the fence which was chicken wire and legged the Juventus fans resulting in 39 people dying . The authorities should have been held accountable for holding such a big game at such a shithole of a ground which was an Olympic Stadium in the 1930's I think.  Peter Robinson our Club's Secretary was at Heysel a few weeks before and asked for the final to be held at a different venue and he was ignored.

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/former-liverpool-fc-chief-executive-3424056

 

Twenty Six Liverpool fans were sentenced for involuntary manslaughter by the way. Do you think they went out to purposely kill 39 people or just wanted to take the end which football fans had been doing for at least 25 years prior to Heysel.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

These days, nobody in particular. All club identities have gone, so I am just a casual observer. My old man's team is Spurs so I tend to keep an eye on their progress (or otherwise).

 

Good post and I know what you mean about clubs indentities mate. My parents met in 1967 going to the aways and me and our kid were a product of that marriage so unfortunately Liverpool have got me for life . However , I don't go anymore and like others we all know there are more important things in life .

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On 1/27/2024 at 12:48 PM, Captainlove said:

Awful team and worse fans on earth. Anyone remember Heysel?

 

Ex LFC fan and I agree, although I didn't really understand political ideology when I started supporting them as a kid. I was duped by the "you'll never walk alone" crap, but these days I would rather walk alone than walk with anti-English socialists/commie LFC idiots.

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On 1/31/2024 at 10:35 PM, factJack said:

 

I am a premier league football watcher. There were rumours liverpool players were cheating when they won the league under klopp.

Many of the squad were registered Asthmatic more then any other team. Eyebrows were raised when a new signing came who quicky was registered as Asthmatic despite not having it before.

the rumours on twitter suggesting the Asthma medication inhaler things were performance enhancing, banned unless you had ashtham. But liverpool thrashed every team that season with their high tempo attacking football descirbed by Herr Klopp as heavy metal football. II read all this shit on twitter and some other sites.

 

 

h**ps://trainingground.guru/articles/liverpool-and-asthma-inhalers-is-there-any-substance-to-the-innuendo

 

Good link. I've heard people mention this asthma inhaler thing but I really didn't pay any attention to it. A ' source close to the club ' says ...    It reminds me of that Calvin Mckenzie who was editor of a certain news paper in 1989 published that disgusting headline ' The Truth ' . He was challenged on this in a debate on TV and said something like ' a friend of mine who's a police man in St Helens ( outskirts of Liverpool ) told me so !   

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9 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Ex LFC fan and I agree, although I didn't really understand political ideology when I started supporting them as a kid. I was duped by the "you'll never walk alone" crap, but these days I would rather walk alone than walk anti-English socialists/commie LFC idiots.

 

 

Do you know the actual history of Liverpool Football Club and the connection to the Orange Lodge ?

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29 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yes, like the FA, LFC's origin is freemasonic. Houlding was part of the Orange order.

 

Which isn't what you said before mate . I ain't having a go here I just like a bit of clarity . Liverpool as a city will always have a natural distrust of the ... can't think of the words I'm looking for being honest but I'll go for a natural distrust of the establishment . When it started I do not know but if you know about the Irish Immigrant history of the city and Churchill giving the order to send the HMS Antrim to the Mersey in 1911 to turn her cannons on Liverpool during the a national strike you may and others may start to get a jist of things. There's other stuff to like ' a slow managed decline in the 80's and of course the ' establishment closing ranks ' on Hillsborough and all of the above are provable facts ! Listen . I was born here ( not my choice as I was in the spirit realm when my parents got it on ) so therefore will always stand up for my city if I feel that an injustice has been done. I will stand up for any injustice of any kind by the way . I can't stand lazy thinkers who just repeat what others repeat and especially on a forum such as this . They are a big part of the problem I'd say and there has been a few posts in this thread which I cannot simply be arsed to reply as there is nothing worse than a closed mind thinking that it is open an ' all that ! 

 

Nice one.

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