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  1. Coming down to my first game of the season tonight but my printers out of action. Anyone ever tried scanning the barcode directly off the ticket pdf on their phone to get in, does it work?
  2. Amazing considering the injury he’s come back from. Proper battler with incredible attitude
  3. Agree on Henderson. Think that small change could make us that tiny bit more forward thinking and step us up another level. Wouldn’t lose much defensively either
  4. Could possibly end up being Salah mk II? Would suit Liverpool much better
  5. Same with Kill the Bill, XR etc. Everyone lazily dismissing them as hippies and anarchists whilst governments and corporations literally looting the people and planet are given a free ride because it’s an inconvenience to disrupt them.
  6. I know for a fact that he became a bit billy big bollocks in general after the Man U game
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    Exactly, this is why I don’t get the argument of ‘name someone else better than Pearson’ when it’s suggested he might not be the best possible candidate for our permanent position.
  8. This type of shady power grabbing, profit at all costs mentality underpins pretty much all of western society currently. Unfortunately there doesnt seem to be much outrage about the decimation of fundamental elements of society, the environment, social welfare, education etc maybe this will help people realise what the **** is going on around them right now, although I dont hold out much hope.
  9. Jesus christ, you and bloody Nagy
  10. But Nigel Pearson is nowhere near a Klopp or Guardiola level even in the championship. There seems to be this idea that Nige is some sort of master operator that has figured out everything wrong with the club and is definitely gonna put it right given time, but his history doesn’t suggest that at all. He’s had successes and he’s had failure, which many would suggest depend on whether he has Shakespeare working with him, which he won’t have here. There’s a lot of blame for the players now (which I partly agree with) but I think Nige himself will also be concerned with his own ability to get much of a performance out of them at the moment (particularly at home). Don’t get me wrong, whilst I wasn’t keen on his appointment I genuinely hope he does well and am happy to see him given time, but I don’t think it’s such a banker that if he stays it will all go swimmingly.
  11. Just to clarify, I havent liked Pearson from the start.
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