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General Football and Sport / Re: LIVERPOOL TRANSFER THREAD
« Last post by Lastrador on Today at 10:23:34 pm »
He did,I expected him to be the first player picked up after they went down,seemed strange when it didn't happen.
Yeah, thought so too. Think a combination of injuries and seeing Sheffield (and the championship) as a good place to develop, might have played a hand in him remaining there. He looked really good against us too. Strong and powerful, but very skilful and technical, and surprisingly agile for his size. Again, I don't have a clue how he has developed in the last couple of years, but the tools were there back then, and I imagine he's still relatively young.
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General Football and Sport / Re: LIVERPOOL TRANSFER THREAD
« Last post by amir87 on Today at 10:23:02 pm »
Berge was left out entirely by Sheff United tonight, in a big game. Hmmm….

Man Utd bound.
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The Boozer / Re: Things you find..weird
« Last post by Kenny's Jacket on Today at 10:22:05 pm »
Can’t see that changing.

 ;D  True
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General Football and Sport / Re: THE NON-LIVERPOOL TRANSFER THREAD
« Last post by Classycara on Today at 10:21:53 pm »
If you take that as kind, I don't know what to say to you. Hadn't I been banned recently he would have had a much stronger response.
thought it was pretty clear from context that it was kind to me, that they helped explain what i might have meant with a hypothetical example
I even said that his level of performance would had to been stellar in those minutes for him to be considered to have a better season than Henderson, given the difference in minutes played. And I don't think that was the case. So yeah, think that was a fair response to that nonsense.
They weren't even talking Keita, so I'm not sure why you took it as criticism of your post.
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General Football and Sport / Re: THE NON-LIVERPOOL TRANSFER THREAD
« Last post by Crosby Nick on Today at 10:21:35 pm »
Ok. Cheers.

I'm not directing this question at you fella

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News and Current Affairs / Re: The UK have acccepted Brexit
« Last post by andy07 on Today at 10:21:00 pm »
One thing for sure, won’t be voting Labour if they stick to the status quo. My kids are all in their early 20s, too young to vote in 2016 and would all have voted remain, so lots of lost votes for Labour.
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General Football and Sport / Re: LIVERPOOL TRANSFER THREAD
« Last post by El Lobo on Today at 10:20:54 pm »
Berge was left out entirely by Sheff United tonight, in a big game. Hmmm….
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The Boozer / Re: Things you find..weird
« Last post by jackh on Today at 10:20:24 pm »
Diego Maradona has never won the Ballon D'or.

This could be awkward, but...  :-\
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Betty Blue

Full Metal Jacket (1987) - Action/War/Western, After Hours (1985) - Thriller/Crime, Beetlejuice (1988) - Adventure/Fantasy, Stand By Me (1986) - Drama/Romance, Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) - Comedy/ Musical, Fright Night (1985) - Horror, Mad Max 2 (1981 - Sci-Fi, The Karate Kid (1984) - Animation/Family, Stop Making Sense (1984) - Wildcard

Full Metal Jacket (1987) - Cat 1. War                   After Hours (1985) - Cat 2. Crime/Thriller                 



Beetlejuice (1988) - Cat. 3 - Fantasy                    Stand By Me (1986) - Cat. 4 - Drama



Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) - Cat 5. Comedy        Fright Night (1985) - Cat. 6 - Horror
                                                                                                   


Mad Max 2 (1981) - Cat 7. Sci-Fi                         The Karate Kid (1984) - Cat. 8 Family         



Stop Making Sense (1984) - Cat 9. Wildcard




El Lobo

Top Gun (1986) - Action/War/Western, The Running Man (1987) - Thriller/Crime, Flash Gordon (1980) - Adventure/Fantasy, The Breakfast Club (1985) - Drama/Romance, Stripes (1981) - Comedy/ Musical, Child's Play (1988) - Horror, Blade Runner (1982) - Sci-Fi, Big (1988) - Animation/Family, They Live (1988) - Wildcard

Cat 1. Action - Top Gun




Cat 2. Thriller - The Running Man




Cat 3. Fantasy - Flash Gordon




Cat 4. Drama - The Breakfast Club




Cat 5. Comedy - Stripes




Cat 6. Horror - Childs Play




Cat 7. Sci-Fi - Blade Runner




Cat 8. Family - Big




Cat 9. Wildcard - They Live



tubby

Big Trouble In Little China (1986) - Action/War/Western, Scarface (1983) - Thriller/Crime, Ghostbusters (1984) - Adventure/Fantasy, The Color Of Money (1986) - Drama/Romance, Heathers (1989) - Comedy/ Musical, The Fly (1986) - Horror, Spaceballs (1987) - Sci-Fi, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988) - Animation/Family, Clue (1985) - Wildcard

Cat 1. Action/War/Western - Big Trouble In Little China - 1986




Cat 2. Thriller/Crime - Scarface - 1983




Cat 3. Adventure/Fantasy - Ghostbusters - 1984




Cat 4. Drama/Romance - The Color Of Money - 1986




Cat 5. Comedy/ Musical - Heathers - 1989




Cat 6. Horror - The Fly - 1986




Cat 7. Sci-Fi - Spaceballs - 1987




Cat 8. Animation/Family - Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - 1988




Cat 9. Wildcard (pick whatever you like) - Clue - 1985



Crosby Nick

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) - Action/War/Western, Commando (1985) - Thriller/Crime, The Goonies (1985) - Adventure/Fantasy, Dirty Dancing (1987) - Drama/Romance, Trading Places (1983) - Comedy/ Musical, Poltergeist (1982)  - Horror, Back to the Future (1985) - Sci-Fi, Uncle Buck (1989) - Animation/Family, The Naked Gun (1988) - Wildcard

Because I'm a kind fellow -

Cat 1. Action/War/Western
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) - Steven Spielberg





Cat 2. Thriller/Crime
Commando (1985) - Mark Lester




Cat 3. Adventure/Fantasy
The Goonies (1985) - Richard Doner




Cat 4. Drama/Romance
Dirty Dancing (1987) - Emile Ardolino



Cat 5. Comedy/ Musical
Trading Places (1983) - John Landis



Cat 6. Horror
Poltergeist (1982) - Tobe Hooper




Cat 7. Sci-Fi
Back to the Future (1985) - Robert Zemeckis



Cat 8. Animation/Family
Uncle Buck (1989) - John Hughes



Cat 9. Wildcard (pick whatever you like)
The Naked Gun (1988) - David Zucker



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If they get Casemiro, it may be an upgrade from McTominay  8)
He'd only come for the money.
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