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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Chris Holmes, 11 Nov 2019.
Gomez the fuckin grass,running to sir,sir raheem just pushed me,****.
Indeed, Sportsmail understands Liverpool played a key role in brokering peace between the team-mates.
This is utterly pathetic and embarrassing "leadership". Raheem should've told them to get fucked and kept driving
Think both managers have a bit of class about them so dont see them as being a trigger, nor so much the players either (Gomez/Sterling much ado about nothing really). I think it is more supporters being blind to the merits of the other or choosing to see only the wrong whilst seeing none of their own. Really a lack of rational objectivity.
Can’t argue with that, it was totally wrong.
The behaviour of your fans makes bitterness inevitable.
They will have it in their thick heads that the coach was driven at them and it was self defence!
Shame the vast majority of Liverpool fans don't see it that way, it may have remained a healthy rivalry if that was acknowledged at the time or since.
In an ideal world that would be the case but I remember back in the seventies and battles royal at both grounds outside and in between the fans. I'm not going to take sides but there was some horrible stuff dished out by both, although the use of Stanley knives was a particularly nasty trick on the scousers part.
In our wilderness years we were little City, a joke of a club no threat to anyone on the field so the animosity waned and was turned to our neighbourhood rags.
Now we are both vying for the top prizes once more it has resurfaced and I'm sorry to say it is all coming one way. Bricking our coaches and attacking our fans on the 25th anniversary of Hillsborough, impeccably respected by our club and fan base. Booing our keeper who was lying on the pitch receiving oxygen after getting a bootfull of studs to his head and face. Attacking our team coach before the European tie, I have watched the video, a pretty horrible experience if you were inside that with no police protection at all so it seemed. Now Sunday and an attack on a quiet club where City fan's go for a drink before every game I believe.
So my friend you may be better off posting your thoughts and concern's on a few Liverpool forum. We have a few moron's ourselves but nothing on the scale I see at your club. This may be due to our more aged fan base who have mellowed with time, myself included. One thing though. Us Mancunians are pretty easy going and slow to anger, but push us too far and we make for a pretty formidable foe.
I write this not from an anti Liverpool stance as one of my grandmother's was brought up in Scotland road and I worked for a number of Liverpool shipping companies where I was often the only non scouser onboard and made some good mates in the process.
Should have turned his phone off