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WHAT A MATCH!!!!

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by Nav (U10569310) 05 October 2008
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EVEN THOUGH KUYT MISSED AN EASY CHANCE . . .U GOTTA SAY GREAT FROM RAFA TO LEAVE HIM ON AND NOT BE TEMPTED BY BABEL . . . .

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posted Oct 6, 2008

hmmm, stopped listening to the match at half time, results like that can make a man superstitious...

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comment by U10891573

posted Oct 6, 2008

Now, back to the banter: CFC_MM91: how do you know for a fact that Liverpool will come to the Bridge hoping not to lose rather than looking for a win?
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When was the last time Liverpool actually tried to win against the Big 3 away from home?

Liverpool dont play football at the Bridge, Emirates or Old Trafford.
They are tacticians, that is a fact. Away from home, Liverpool are useless against the Big Three, but thats partly down to Benitez's useless tactics.

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comment by U10891573

posted Oct 6, 2008

Chelsea are playing some good football but have already drawn twice at home. Boro away is a tricky game as they like to raise their game against anyone above 4th place, so that makes it a little more interesting
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That is correct and I'm not going to argue with that, but I'd like to point out that we are not playing at home and we have a 100% away record, so what your saying is irrelevant.

Besides dropping points at home to Man U and Tottenham in a London Derby is respectable, drawing at home to Stoke isn't.

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comment by U10891573

posted Oct 6, 2008

How about this then?

Liverpool 2 Man Utd 1 (this was without Torres for all of the match and Gerrard for most of it)

Chelsea 1 Man Utd 1
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Well done for winning a match without Torres and Gerrard.

At least we drew against Man Utd when they had Ronaldo at their disposal and when they were playing well. You beat them when they gave their worst peformance in 2 years.

Next time you speak just remember

Stoke 0-2 Chelsea
Liverpool 0-0 Stoke

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posted Oct 6, 2008

liverpool won by luck it took mancity to play with 10 men for liverpool to beat them. i think the referee is bias he sent zabeyetta out for that challenge and left skertel in after he gave jo a flying kick .....whatever and mind u am a mautd fan. mancity will be on fire once they add to their squad january.

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comment by kwok76 (U10655295)

posted Oct 6, 2008

liverpool won by luck it took mancity to play with 10 men for liverpool to beat them. i think the referee is bias he sent zabeyetta out for that challenge and left skertel in after he gave jo a flying kick .....whatever and mind u am a mautd fan. mancity will be on fire once they add to their squad january.

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Fact: before the sending off Liverpool already pulled one back with Torres. After the sending off Liverpool got another back via corner. Then Skrtel came off the pitch while we got the winner late on! So technically we only got a single goal back when man city had 10 men.

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posted Oct 6, 2008

lucky? ummm no. lpool wernt lucky. a game of footy finishes when final whistle blows.if a team crumbles then well hows that lucky? if ur pushing for a goal in last minutes and score then thats good football.if ur defening and score via own-goal etc thats lucky.but dont dare say lpool were lucky.we pushed and pushed and blew man citys door in. end off

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comment by Mr Red (U10668896)

posted Oct 7, 2008

omment by CFC_MM91 (U10891573)
posted 21 Hours Ago
Chelsea are playing some good football but have already drawn twice at home. Boro away is a tricky game as they like to raise their game against anyone above 4th place, so that makes it a little more interesting
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That is correct and I'm not going to argue with that, but I'd like to point out that we are not playing at home and we have a 100% away record, so what your saying is irrelevant.

Besides dropping points at home to Man U and Tottenham in a London Derby is respectable, drawing at home to Stoke isn't.
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isn't irrelevant at all. it was a summary of results so far highlighting you have dropped points at home. Derby or not, Spurs have 50% of their points from you at SB. you're playing Boro away and while you have a 100% record away in the league, the post i wrote mentioned that Boro like to raise their game against the top 4, so home or away against Boro won't be easy, making the post highly relevant.
we dropped points against Stoke, but you dropped points against bottom placed Spurs and one of your main title rivals.

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comment by Mr Red (U10668896)

posted Oct 7, 2008

omment by CFC_MM91 (U10891573)

Well done for winning a match without Torres and Gerrard.

At least we drew against Man Utd when they had Ronaldo at their disposal and when they were playing well. You beat them when they gave their worst peformance in 2 years.

Next time you speak just remember

Stoke 0-2 Chelsea
Liverpool 0-0 Stoke
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i understand now. you twist things to help with your weak argument.
you drew at home to United when they were playing some or their WORST football, and Ronaldo had just come back from an operation with 20 minutes under his belt all season.

Liverpool 0-0 Stoke
Stoke 0-2 Chelsea
what does that have to do with anything?

Liverpool 2-1 United
Chelsea 1-1 United
or
AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool (Liverpool win on pens)
United 1-1 Chelsea (Chelsea lose on pens)

useless argument.

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posted Oct 11, 2008

Did Man City throw this match as part of a swap deal for Gerrard and Torres?

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