I know its not really relevant to our site, but how many Blues can honestly say they didn't enjoy last night's exit by Liverpool from the Champions' League?
So what have they got, for all the money spent, compared to what we had to spend, - no silverware, 4th place and a few more points than "the small club"
If only we had fared better against Fulham, West Ham and Birmingham, we would be looking down on them now and seeing them struggling to maintain 5th place or not even be in the Intertoto Cup - now that situation would have been great!!.
Patty Beesley, Posted 01/05/2008 at 09:56:55
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1 Posted 30/04/2008 at 23:02:02
2 Posted 30/04/2008 at 22:58:50
3 Posted 01/05/2008 at 08:31:58
4 Posted 01/05/2008 at 13:47:07
5 Posted 01/05/2008 at 13:59:02
6 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:00:47
At least this way I don?t have to shout for the Mancs!
7 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:30:27
Hopefully the gobshites luck has ran out in that competition now, but I’m not holding my breath
8 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:29:47
9 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:33:53
10 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:45:02
Come on Man U in the final I say. Let?s get that last tenner for Rooney.
11 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:50:27
And lose they did, now come on Chelsea, only one thing worse than a RS supporter is an arrogant MU one.
At least Chelsea admit to paying high fees but so would any other club if they had the money, so good luck to them, it's not long ago when they were worse than us.
12 Posted 01/05/2008 at 14:52:01
13 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:01:20
Tony Marsh?s point is a relevent one.
14 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:01:34
Living and working where I do mate a 10 nil stuffing of the Mancs will do for me!
Yet, if the shite had have gotten through then I would have been a Manc for the day. Only ?cause a manc win against the shite in a European Cup final would have shut their ?orrible smirkin? smelly gobs for at least 10yrs.
15 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:14:25
16 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:55:10
17 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:57:44
18 Posted 01/05/2008 at 15:50:49
I pointed out that those loveable sons of fun the kopshites had spent a lot of time keeping the ball after the home side had taken the lead. I?ve no idea if the ref took this into account, but its a lovely thought, isn?t it.
The MUFC / Barca game, I?m afraid, produced the right result - just in case the shite got through. They would much rather have taken on FCB, particularly as they?re a long way off their best.
And finally, let?s all nominate Benito for the Nobel Prize for Psychology. Wind up the opposition?s potentially most dangerous player and he will underperform? Just for once, God bless Drogba?s little cotton socks.
19 Posted 01/05/2008 at 16:34:59
20 Posted 01/05/2008 at 16:42:36
I could not watch or listen to events from West London last night. I had the radio on for the pre-match build up, and managed to listen to the first opening moments but then divorced myself from proceedings and had an early night.
On to today, I have seen no papers, watched no sport broadcast or looked at Ceefax main sport headlines.
I did look at the Everton pages on 508 though, as I do every day, although I was wondering if the outcome may be mentioned.
I?m sorry for the babbling, but the thought of the Red Shite into another European Cup final filled me with dread, regardless that they may even lose to Manchester in the final. Now we will never know.
I only found out about the RS demise a few minutes ago on Toffeeweb!
So, no repeat of the horror of three years ago, and I suppose congratulations are in order for getting the fourth place. Too bad, that?s all they?ll be celebrating in the red half of merseyside. No open top buses around Liverpool either, so at least we can be spared that.
A Liverpool defeat is almost as good as an Everton victory, but seeing the RS bow out in the semi-finals of Europe?s premier competition is too much to bear in silence.
So, hats off to Chelsea, and most of all Frank Lampard, and Fuck Off to our loveable neighbours. Now, let?s focus on the upcoming games we have left. Arsenal away will be a testing game, but a point from there is within our capabilities, and I don?t see Newcastle as a major obstacle towards three points that may well be enough for that fifth place we chase.
Now, If you?ll excuse me, I?m off for a few Changs and to read the back of the newspapers. I can hardly wait.
21 Posted 01/05/2008 at 17:16:40
Personally cant stand listening to the man.
22 Posted 01/05/2008 at 17:37:55
23 Posted 01/05/2008 at 18:08:54
The guy makes me sick. Earlier in the season, I had posted on the topic after "the Everton legend" mentioned in his column in SkySports that Mark Clattenburg was one of the best referees in the league! After the infamous derby!
Then he tried to defend Mascherano by saying that it was an unjustified red-card.
And now, the comments that you mention!
I just think that the man is trying to ingratiate himself to the RS fans. The weasel!
24 Posted 01/05/2008 at 17:39:51
Perhaps you could have your open top bus ride this year for finishing 4th !!!!!!! Dream on Wilson there is always next year or the year after or the year after etc etc etc.
25 Posted 01/05/2008 at 19:08:41
26 Posted 01/05/2008 at 19:56:31
27 Posted 01/05/2008 at 19:45:37
Also in the Liverpool Echo the knobhead said that his slating of Drogba did not have the effect of firing the Chelsea player up. Why was drogba on Sky after the game saying that it was Rafa?s word?s that spurred him on then?
The fat Spanish waiter really is such a prick at times. Please let him stay at Liverpool forever.
28 Posted 01/05/2008 at 20:08:16
They’ve all been quiet and scuttling around trying to pretend they’re not there after all the strutting and posturing yesterday.
I couldnt watch the game either but got a text from a fellow Blue to say that Chelsea were 3 - 1 up so I turned the telly on and Babel scored so I turned the bloody thing off again and waited for a text to say it was over. THEN, I had a couple of drinks.
Have to say my face has been aching today, the smile on my chops has been immovable! hee hee hee, chortle, chortle, chuckle chuckle, ha ha ha, happy days, oh happy days..........
Did I mention I’m quite happy that Chelsea won?
29 Posted 01/05/2008 at 22:36:36
I was made up the arrogant bastards went out with their complete dickhead of a manager but just don?t feel like celebrating in the streets havig watched our own season go down the pan. At the end of the day, they have fourth spot and another chance on the Champions League gravy train, and again that was on a plate for us too.
30 Posted 01/05/2008 at 22:51:31
HUNDREDS OF LIVERPOOL HOOLIGANS SENT TO SIBERIAN GULAGS.
31 Posted 01/05/2008 at 22:57:24
In the end we remain 2nd best in the city (while we remain there... God, isn?t the thought of a Tesco Car Park in Kirby depressing!) and I still feel the Uefa Cup represented a genuine chance to get one over on them for once. I?m not convinced we can get the 4 points we probably need for 5th (hope I?m proved wrong), so let?s ease it down on the gauding front because we all know we blew the Uefa Cup big style with that lousy 1st leg performance!
32 Posted 02/05/2008 at 02:18:11
Fucking loved it.
p.s. we should make a bid for the Chelsea stand-in rightback to add competition to Pips and Hibs.
33 Posted 02/05/2008 at 16:28:42
I am just intrigued!