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    It would be nice to see us steaming in to challenges and really laying into the mancs, donít let the ****ers breathe. One request would be a nice juicy high ball which seeís Herreraís head get sandwiched between Mignoletís fist and Matipís knee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRiedle View Post
    Wish I could share your optimism Grenny. Not sure about getting a result but I have a good feeling we'll play really well.
    Come on, TR - share my optimism .. it is the only free thing you will get today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    It would be nice to see us steaming in to challenges and really laying into the mancs, don’t let the ****ers breathe. One request would be a nice juicy high ball which see’s Herrera’s head get sandwiched between Mignolet’s fist and Matip’s knee.
    Nothing else needs to be written on the matter, love it!

    Oh and we win, if that's not too greedy
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    Nothing else needs to be written on the matter, love it!

    Oh and we win, if that's not too greedy
    That too

    We played them at a similar time last year, almost to the day in fact, after an international break and couldn't find our proper rhythm. I think it could be a similar pattern to the 0-0 last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    It would be nice to see us steaming in to challenges and really laying into the mancs, don’t let the ****ers breathe. One request would be a nice juicy high ball which see’s Herrera’s head get sandwiched between Mignolet’s fist and Matip’s knee.
    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.
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    If we win this one we get 3 points, take 3 points from the scums and get the optimism back on track... Difficult conditions but I love it !


    My team would be...


    Mignolet

    TAA
    Matip
    Lovren
    Moreno

    Henderson
    Can
    OX

    Coutinho

    Firmino
    Salah
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    That too

    We played them at a similar time last year, almost to the day in fact, after an international break and couldn't find our proper rhythm. I think it could be a similar pattern to the 0-0 last year.
    Aye think your probably right there, the Old Trafford game was also very tight too when we shifted formation a little so not expecting much different.

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    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.
    Oh for a c
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.
    They have a direct line to the local rat farm. It's been a fairly lucrative partnership for them, churning out the likes of both Neville's and Lingard in particular, Chadwick as you mention, Di Maria. The deal with the pig market really paid off though when they bagged themselves a Rooney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.


    I think you can add Mourinho to that list as well.
    ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRiedle View Post
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    I think you can add Mourinho to that list as well.
    .. and Moyes. How can we forget Moyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    They have a direct line to the local rat farm. It's been a fairly lucrative partnership for them, churning out the likes of both Neville's and Lingard in particular, Chadwick as you mention, Di Maria. The deal with the pig market really paid off though when they bagged themselves a Rooney.


    Runtandpigchester United. I like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    .. and Moyes. How can we forget Moyes.
    It's "The Moyes" best thing that happened to Manchester United Football Club, shame it didn't last long enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.
    Chadwick. the worst of all
    dont look back in anger.
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    I will actually be travelling up to Manchester from the south as this game is being played (might be able to squeeze in 1st half before i leave)-going to buy a 2nd hand car, call in on my son in Manchester and uncle in Altrincham.

    Hope we do them but tbh more worrying things on my mind at present. Dad died 8 weeks ago, dog died last week and mum in hospital. Although Shanks words ring in my head there are things more important than a Liverpool/Manure match! that said i will be following 2nd half on my phone on train, rest assured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghyllred View Post
    I will actually be travelling up to Manchester from the south as this game is being played (might be able to squeeze in 1st half before i leave)-going to buy a 2nd hand car, call in on my son in Manchester and uncle in Altrincham.

    Hope we do them but tbh more worrying things on my mind at present. Dad died 8 weeks ago, dog died last week and mum in hospital. Although Shanks words ring in my head there are things more important than a Liverpool/Manure match! that said i will be following 2nd half on my phone on train, rest assured.
    That is tragic, I'm so sorry to hear this mate. All the best and hope your mum's condition improves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    aye think your probably right there, the old trafford game was also very tight too when we shifted formation a little so not expecting much different.



    Oh for a c
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    something in my mind told me that if we won't take the game at them, we will have big chances to bag home a positive results from this clash,

    it's what we have done last season in both the matches, let's make do them the first move any time,

    it's what I think Mr Klopp will be willing to repeat in both the clashes this season,

    weirdly, as far as I'm concerned, it's likely easier for us taking on the old scums and approach that kind of game than facing the Sean Dyche's clarets,

    mates, you'll see whether I'm not right,



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    Quote Originally Posted by aylesbyred View Post
    Chadwick. the worst of all
    He looked more like Plug from the Bash Street Kids then an actual human.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghyllred View Post
    I will actually be travelling up to Manchester from the south as this game is being played (might be able to squeeze in 1st half before i leave)-going to buy a 2nd hand car, call in on my son in Manchester and uncle in Altrincham.

    Hope we do them but tbh more worrying things on my mind at present. Dad died 8 weeks ago, dog died last week and mum in hospital. Although Shanks words ring in my head there are things more important than a Liverpool/Manure match! that said i will be following 2nd half on my phone on train, rest assured.
    Sorry about this, Ghyll .. condolences on your Dad's passing, and your pet, and hope your Mom is up and well as soon as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    He looked more like Plug from the Bash Street Kids then an actual human.
    http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-imag...05/11/plug.gif
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    Watching Lukaku against the comedy double act of Lovren, and Matip will NOT be fun to watch.

    Maureenís a parasite. He knows our weaknesses, and thatís what he does best. No doubt he will have a plan to screw us over again.

    Last season we thought we were going to batter them, and he bought the Mega Bus to town. This season we are thinking we are going to get battered so I am hoping the result goes the other way round and we win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    Sorry about this, Ghyll .. condolences on your Dad's passing, and your pet, and hope your Mom is up and well as soon as possible.
    I join to your sympathy and best wishes for our pal, mate,
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Techno-red View Post
    Watching Lukaku against the comedy double act of Lovren, and Matip will NOT be fun to watch.

    Maureen’s a parasite. He knows our weaknesses, and that’s what he does best. No doubt he will have a plan to screw us over again.

    Last season we thought we were going to batter them, and he bought the Mega Bus to town. This season we are thinking we are going to get battered so I am hoping the result goes the other way round and we win.
    Whats sad is they wont be the reason we stay in the game by pulling heroics one hint of pressure is enough to make everything fall apart, one shot which average Mignolet will unlikely save opens up the floodgates
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    With no Mane I'd like to see Moreno on the left infront of Robertson or Milner. Keep Valencia occupied. Phil in the midfield three. If not then Salah on the left and the Ox on the right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKnucklesOfAgger View Post
    It would be nice to see us steaming in to challenges and really laying into the mancs, don’t let the ****ers breathe. One request would be a nice juicy high ball which see’s Herrera’s head get sandwiched between Mignolet’s fist and Matip’s knee.
    now that is a pop corn moment
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghyllred View Post
    I will actually be travelling up to Manchester from the south as this game is being played (might be able to squeeze in 1st half before i leave)-going to buy a 2nd hand car, call in on my son in Manchester and uncle in Altrincham.

    Hope we do them but tbh more worrying things on my mind at present. Dad died 8 weeks ago, dog died last week and mum in hospital. Although Shanks words ring in my head there are things more important than a Liverpool/Manure match! that said i will be following 2nd half on my phone on train, rest assured.
    God bless mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by grenny158 View Post
    I think I would gladly accept a draw if that came to pass, I swear.

    Why IS it that Man United have - or have had in the past - so many runt-like players? Admittedly, it DOES make it even easier to hate them so it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    Herrera, Lingard, Di Maria, both Neville brothers, Chadwick, Tevez, Rooney, Nobby Stiles, Carrick (quite tall, but still runt-looking), Scholes, Giggs, Bastian Schweinrunt, Ferdinand .. the list is actually endless. If saddens me that Arshavin didn't play for them, as he had incredible runt-like qualities, especially the ********** up face he pulled after scoring goals.

    Runtchester United.
    Fine satire sah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukadamainman View Post
    With no Mane I'd like to see Moreno on the left infront of Robertson or Milner. Keep Valencia occupied. Phil in the midfield three. If not then Salah on the left and the Ox on the right.
    That would be his best position however it leaves us unbalanced, it would probably mean playing 4/4/2 or a variation of it which isn’t really going to happen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anfield Iron 58 View Post
    Fine satire sah
    No satire there, TommySmith - simply the truth
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