Let's All Laugh At... Let's all laugh at Liverpool thread

SUIYHA

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Not sure why but decided to poke my head into RAWK today. My god they are even weirder than I remember.

This is a real post from this thread: https://www.redandwhitekop.com/forum/index.php?topic=344973.8040



Opposition knobs going on about how our title win will always have an asterisk attached as a way of devaluing it.

We are claiming the asterisk as our own. We are going to own it and give it our own meaning, thus voiding any oppo taunts.

Gary Gobshite was so late getting onto this yesterday when he said he was going to wear an asterisk pin badge to mock our title. Little did the tit know we'd already embraced it. 😎


 

Armstrong_11

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And they're charging about £21 for it :D
it seems they were actually chartering a bus and they have a route plan.........

:ROFLMAO:

so they were planning to role play Liverpool and have an open-top bus celebration?

I mean.... WTF?
 

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There is something seriously wrong with liverpool. Fucking hell. Fire that club directly into the sun.
 

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And btw we learned absolutely nothing from the bundesliga this weekend. We will only know within the next few weeks.
 

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I was advised to place this post here. So....

I understand the whole idea about football being played behind closed doors when it does eventually return, because of the fear of mass gatherings of fans in or around the stadiums, but can anyone tell me what they think is going to happen outside Anfield stadium, once Liverpool seal the title with no fans inside?

And will they ban the traditional open top bus celebrations? Has this even been discussed?

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Apparently, yes it has.)

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yankspurs

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I was advised to place this post here. So....

I understand the whole idea about football being played behind closed doors when it does eventually return, because of the fear of mass gatherings of fans in or around the stadiums, but can anyone tell me what they think is going to happen outside Anfield stadium, once Liverpool seal the title with no fans inside?

And will they ban the traditional open top bus celebrations? Has this even been discussed?

(
Apparently, yes it has.)

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Liverpool will win the title, outside Anfield will be mobbed and zero-minimal people will get sick. It will be seen as a weather balloon for an open top parade which they will let happen after the season. History repeats itself if you fail to learn from it so you will see that spark a violent second wave. All because everything always has to be about that god forsaken club
 

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Liverpool will win the title, outside Anfield will be mobbed and zero-minimal people will get sick. It will be seen as a weather balloon for an open top parade which they will let happen after the season. History repeats itself if you fail to learn from it so you will see that spark a violent second wave. All because everything always has to be about that god forsaken club
Well the other Premier League teams could try and have a title celebration too but it might be a bit weird.
 

Spurslove

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Liverpool will win the title, outside Anfield will be mobbed and zero-minimal people will get sick. It will be seen as a weather balloon for an open top parade which they will let happen after the season. History repeats itself if you fail to learn from it so you will see that spark a violent second wave. All because everything always has to be about that god forsaken club
I do agree to a large extent, but just as responsible (if a second wave does come over us) is the football authorities who just couldn't stand the massive loss of revenue the lockdown has caused any longer. Far too many snouts in the trough. Money first, and everything else nowhere.

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