Liverpool Thread - 2021/22

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laplandblue

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The foul on Grealish in the Newcastle game at the weekend was shocking and red card all day long
it's the dirty smashes and elbows that get waved away on city players again KDB took one vs Newcastle

I hope somebody at city are saving all the highlights of the dirty fouls and players getting smashed this season and then send a report to the FA and PGMOL wanting answers

It's the same most games. Same against LiVARpool, Leeds, Athletico, Real Madrid. That's why City have accumulated so many injuries. Shame LiVARpool seem immune to red cards or that accumulation would have been very costly for them. Instead their player's know they can get away with it time and again. Their supporters keep on referring to that same photo of the handball against Everton. One decision in City's favour. They forgot a few seasons ago, the two handball incidents in their own box, one set up a goal. There were three penalties waved away for City that day, another for a shove in the back on a City player in the box. They set up another goal against Wolves on the halfway line with a handball for a punt upfield for another handball to set up a goal when they "won" the league. Those type of decisions were so common even the usually pro Liverpool commentators and media were starting to ask questions. They get game changing decisions in their favour most games. For supporters that like to talk about " history " they have short memories.
 

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I suspect any complaint would just effectively end up in the bin, although there would be some bullshit reply covering their arses.

They are not going to risk upsetting the dippers who are a massive cashcow for them.

Sadly that is the fact of the matter - dipper clicks mean more ( money ).

Somebody in a city shirt is going to get badly hurt and injured one day and out for a long time because of the lack of protection by the officials ? Forget the dipper click media love in ? Football should be a fair sport for both teams.

KDB gets smashed 2 or 3 times a game, and they all add up and with 3 games a week so them knocks are carried into the next games and then gets smashed again it's wrong ? If the officials did their jobs proper, then wave the yellows after the first bad smash, maybe we could have better injury free players in the big games
 

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When you watch the game from last night by moss and letting Liverpool run the game without fear of getting a card or sending off, you see the real reason why Liverpool are still in the title race
That stamp on the Villa player that grabbed the ball was a good example. The Villa player grabbed the ball much like LiVARpool did after a "foul" by Newcastle. LiVARpool knew they would get a free kick. Whereas the Villa player did a similar thing after a blatant foul and a free kick was given to LiVARpool again. LiVARpool supporters excuse was you can't do that, the player must wait for the whistle. It's a no win situation, what if the play is allowed to continue and the opposition score. The LiVARpool player that made the foul grabbed the ball looking as though they fully expected a free kick for a foul they made.
 

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The difference is 3 goals and a game in hand.

Not officials, not asthma medication, not any sort of conspiracy.

We are witnessing two magnificent football sides going head to head.

If your not enjoying this and relishing it, your not a football fan.
The big différance from Manchester city to Liverpool is the officials, simple ?

The two aren't mutually exclusive.
 

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Somebody in a city shirt is going to get badly hurt and injured one day and out for a long time because of the lack of protection by the officials ? Forget the dipper click media love in ? Football should be a fair sport for both teams.

KDB gets smashed 2 or 3 times a game, and they all add up and with 3 games a week so them knocks are carried into the next games and then gets smashed again it's wrong ? If the officials did their jobs proper, then wave the yellows after the first bad smash, maybe we could have better injury free players in the big games

I wasn't disagreeing with you ancoats, and I totally agree about the concept of fairness of approach for all teams.

I also know that it is quite possible that one of our players will get a serious injury due to the incompetence / corruption of one of the PiGMOL crew .

I totally believe that we are treated differently than other teams, ie dippers and rags ( despite them being total shit, their players do get more leniency from refs ) especially and the frustrating thing is that I don't expect it to change anytime soon.

The teams who have the bigest following are treated differently, and the PL / FA are not going to risk fucking that income stream up .
 

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Somebody in a city shirt is going to get badly hurt and injured one day and out for a long time because of the lack of protection by the officials ? Forget the dipper click media love in ? Football should be a fair sport for both teams.

KDB gets smashed 2 or 3 times a game, and they all add up and with 3 games a week so them knocks are carried into the next games and then gets smashed again it's wrong ? If the officials did their jobs proper, then wave the yellows after the first bad smash, maybe we could have better injury free players in the big games
Yet City make a tackle and it often ends up as a yellow card. That game against Leeds was quite typical.
 

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That stamp on the Villa player that grabbed the ball was a good example. The Villa player grabbed the ball much like LiVARpool did after a "foul" by Newcastle. LiVARpool knew they would get a free kick. Whereas the Villa player did a similar thing after a blatant foul and a free kick was given to LiVARpool again. LiVARpool supporters excuse was you can't do that, the player must wait for the whistle. It's a no win situation, what if the play is allowed to continue and the opposition score. The LiVARpool player that made the foul grabbed the ball looking as though they fully expected a free kick for a foul they made.
Jota does it every time he's knocked off the ball. It pretty much forces the ref to give the foul ans there is no way he'll give handball against Jota for fear of the wrath of Klopp and the Dipper Mafia.
 

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Somebody in a city shirt is going to get badly hurt and injured one day and out for a long time because of the lack of protection by the officials ? Forget the dipper click media love in ? Football should be a fair sport for both teams.

KDB gets smashed 2 or 3 times a game, and they all add up and with 3 games a week so them knocks are carried into the next games and then gets smashed again it's wrong ? If the officials did their jobs proper, then wave the yellows after the first bad smash, maybe we could have better injury free players in the big games
Yet the first time a City player does it they do. That's certainly not imagined. While we're at it how many times has Ederson been booked this season for 'time wasting' I can recall at least two - yet the shite we have to endure week in week out from visiting goalkeepers piss arsing about from the first minute is beyond a joke now.
 

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When you watch the game from last night by moss and letting Liverpool run the game without fear of getting a card or sending off, you see the real reason why Liverpool are still in the title race
I remember " Rafa's rant" and their supporters complaining of the bias shown to United. After one game a Liverpool player even put a picture of a referee in a United shirt. Apparently now though talk of an agenda is dismissed as nonsense.
 
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