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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

The way both City and Liverpool have been dropping points over the past few weeks it promises to be a really exciting end to the season, with the other competitions to play for as well.
I've not really been following either team's games that closely recently (just radio, highlights, papers etc).



What is closely following them then, refereeing them? Playing centre-half?
Er, watching the full 90 minutes, whether in person or on TV, rather than a few minutes highlights on MOTD?


Or studying individual match reports, as opposed to giving the back pages a brief scan?

Or maybe watching the managers' post-match press conferences and interviews, rather than not bothering?

Perhaps logging onto the clubs' websites, or fans forums, to see what those closer to the teams than me might be saying?

You know, the sort of thing I do for my own team when following them closely.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pre Madonna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Feb 2019 at 4:47pm
Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

The way both City and Liverpool have been dropping points over the past few weeks it promises to be a really exciting end to the season, with the other competitions to play for as well.
I've not really been following either team's games that closely recently (just radio, highlights, papers etc).



What is closely following them then, refereeing them? Playing centre-half?
Er, watching the full 90 minutes, whether in person or on TV, rather than a few minutes highlights on MOTD?


Or studying individual match reports, as opposed to giving the back pages a brief scan?

Or maybe watching the managers' post-match press conferences and interviews, rather than not bothering?

Perhaps logging onto the clubs' websites, or fans forums, to see what those closer to the teams than me might be saying?

You know, the sort of thing I do for my own team when following them closely.

HTH. Thumbs Up
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you were probably told to leave an Irish centre one night but kept mouthing off and some big church going Gaa player f**ked you out the door hence your hatred for the Catholic Church and Gaa aswell!
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

The way both City and Liverpool have been dropping points over the past few weeks it promises to be a really exciting end to the season, with the other competitions to play for as well.
I've not really been following either team's games that closely recently (just radio, highlights, papers etc).



What is closely following them then, refereeing them? Playing centre-half?
Er, watching the full 90 minutes, whether in person or on TV, rather than a few minutes highlights on MOTD?


Or studying individual match reports, as opposed to giving the back pages a brief scan?

Or maybe watching the managers' post-match press conferences and interviews, rather than not bothering?

Perhaps logging onto the clubs' websites, or fans forums, to see what those closer to the teams than me might be saying?

You know, the sort of thing I do for my own team when following them closely.

HTH. Thumbs Up
And people say I need to get out more...
You certainly need to stop trying to pick people up over nothing with your smart-aleck comments, that's for sure. LOL

[And to avoid any doubt, the point I was making was that I don't do those things I listed for Liverpool and City, hence my original question asking other fans what they thought.]




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Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Territorial Territorial wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

The way both City and Liverpool have been dropping points over the past few weeks it promises to be a really exciting end to the season, with the other competitions to play for as well.
I've not really been following either team's games that closely recently (just radio, highlights, papers etc).



What is closely following them then, refereeing them? Playing centre-half?
Er, watching the full 90 minutes, whether in person or on TV, rather than a few minutes highlights on MOTD?


Or studying individual match reports, as opposed to giving the back pages a brief scan?

Or maybe watching the managers' post-match press conferences and interviews, rather than not bothering?

Perhaps logging onto the clubs' websites, or fans forums, to see what those closer to the teams than me might be saying?

You know, the sort of thing I do for my own team when following them closely.

HTH. Thumbs Up
And people say I need to get out more...
You certainly need to stop trying to pick people up over nothing with your smart-aleck comments, that's for sure. LOL

[And to avoid any doubt, the point I was making was that I don't do those things I listed for Liverpool and City, hence my original question asking other fans what they thought.]


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Pressure is back on Liverpool now.
Last week they had a chance to go 7 points ahead.
Now in 2nd.

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Saw this on Twitter last night (before City's game)

"Perception is a funny thing in football isn't it. In the last 10 games City have dropped 12 points, we've dropped 7. 
City have lost to 3 teams outside the Top 6, we've drawn against 2 of them.
Yet Liverpool are perceived as the ones bottling it and blowing it"

No one has bottled anything yet. Liverpool have had 2 draws be it against teams they should be beating but then you wouldn't have expected City to lose against Newcastle, Palace or Leicester in recent weeks. A lot of football still to be played and both will drop more points come May. Massive game v Bournemouth now on Saturday to try get back on track

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Depends which way you look at it. Going back the last 10 games shows that City have dropped more points as you say, but from the turn of the year Liverpool have dropped 7 points and City 3.
 
Still plenty of twists and turns to go in this one yet. Both teams will continue to drop points. No team is going to go on a 7 or 8 match winning run at this stage of the season IMO.
 
 
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Would it be fair to say that the other teams are enjoying the two-horse race for a change and they are all 'upping the game' to try and beat both teams to keep it interesting ?
PS - and no Ive not forgotten Spurs.
 
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Originally posted by Gary McKay Gary McKay wrote:

Would it be fair to say that the other teams are enjoying the two-horse race for a change and they are all 'upping the game' to try and beat both teams to keep it interesting ?
PS - and no Ive not forgotten Spurs.
 


Well, according to yerman that said Liverpool had basically won the title already, every team outside the top 6 is 'truly abysmal', and there is absolutely no chance that they can do anything of note.

So I'd say you have a point, yeah
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Originally posted by Croftman Croftman wrote:

Saw this on Twitter last night (before City's game)

"Perception is a funny thing in football isn't it. In the last 10 games City have dropped 12 points, we've dropped 7. 
City have lost to 3 teams outside the Top 6, we've drawn against 2 of them.
Yet Liverpool are perceived as the ones bottling it and blowing it"

No one has bottled anything yet. Liverpool have had 2 draws be it against teams they should be beating but then you wouldn't have expected City to lose against Newcastle, Palace or Leicester in recent weeks. A lot of football still to be played and both will drop more points come May. Massive game v Bournemouth now on Saturday to try get back on track

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Originally posted by Gary McKay Gary McKay wrote:

Would it be fair to say that the other teams are enjoying the two-horse race for a change and they are all 'upping the game' to try and beat both teams to keep it interesting?
Actually if anything, I'd say the other teams - or the relegation-threatened ones at any rate - tend to write off their games against City and L'pool and concentrate on the more winnable games against the teams round them.

Sure, Everton showed an improvement last night against City for example, but I think that may just have been a reaction to criticism and booing from the fans recently i.e. it could have occurred against any opponent. (Ditto WHU's draw against L'pool, where they simply HAD to put up a show at home after the debacle at Wolves and Cup defeat by Wimbledon) 

Anyhow, more pertinent, I think, was that Silva made five changes to the team against City - keeping his powder dry for Saturday's away game at Watford?


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Great response from Liverpool today. The looked really up for it. Only criticism is that they didn't get more. 

United away next. A couple of 2eeks ago this would have been an easy fixture but credit to ole, he has then playing some really good stuff and will have to be at our best to take the points 
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Liverpool's next league game is the biggest of their season. If they win at Old Trafford they'll be big favourites for the league again
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Liverpool's next league game is the biggest of their season. If they win at Old Trafford they'll be big favourites for the league again

IMO the away game at City was bigger as that was the chance to go 10 pts clear.
If they beat Man U they go 3 pts ahead but still 11 games to go.

They still have Spurs and Chelsea at home.
Newcastle, Saints and Cardiff away who will be fighting for their lives. They will drop points in those games.

I’m sure City are facing something similar and will also drop points.

It will prob go down to the last 2/3 games.

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I think we blew it at City. It would have been a long way back for city had we got a draw.

Now city are clear favourites. I can't see Liverpool getting 3 points off this new improved utd side, actually I'd expect a beaten based on current form. That's the points total wiped out. Spurs too are playing better than us and I would fancy them even at anfield. 

City might drop 3 more points max but see Liverpool dropping at least 6


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