Southampton's Adam Lallana plays the entire game as England conclude their World Cup preparations with a 0-0 draw against Honduras in Miami

Basingstoke Gazette: Adam Lallana (left) (Mike Egerton/PA Wire) Adam Lallana (left) (Mike Egerton/PA Wire)

Saints captain Adam Lallana played the entire game as England finished off their preparations for the World Cup with a disappointing 0-0 draw against Honduras.

Lallana was named in the starting line-up by the national team manager, Roy Hodgson, increasing the likelihood that he will be included among the eleven selected to face Italy, in Manaus, next week.

The 26-year-old's former teammate, Rickie Lambert, was introduced as a late substitute at Sun Life Stadium, in Miami, while fellow Saints star Luke Shaw was an unused substitute.

The game against World Cup minnows Honduras represented England's final warm-up game ahead of this summer's tournament in Brazil, with the squad flying to South America immediately after the match.

An electrical storm resulted in the contest being stopped for a total of 43 minutes during the first half.

Hodgson's men kept possession well in the early stages, perhaps in preparation for the style they will need to play against Italy next Saturday.

Danny Welbeck managed the first shot, with just four minutes on the clock, stinging the palms of Honduras keeper Noel Valladares, but getting a knock for his troubles.

The Manchester United attacker eventually stopped limping but the sight was a concern - much like Glen Johnson's early defensive play.

Back in the side after James Milner played makeshift right-back against Ecuador, first his clumsy touch gave away a corner from which Victor Bernardez blazed over and then he was unable to prevent Carlo Costly clipping over a cross.

They were, however, rare nervy moments for England, who returned to the attack, with Steven Gerrard skewing a strike wide, before Valladares somehow spilled a 30-yard Wayne Rooney free-kick.

A loud crack of thunder rang around Sun Life Stadium as Rooney overran a ball, before he linked-up with United team-mate Welbeck to set-up England's best chance yet.

The latter played the ball out wide to Rooney, whose delivery back across was met by a neat stepover by Welbeck, allowing Sturridge to spin and strike a left-footed shot inches wide.

That was the best moment of the match and the last before an unforeseen break in play.

The players went to the sidelines for what appeared to be a drinks break, only for the stadium announcer to reveal the match was being halted "due to inclement weather, with associated lightning".

Both teams trudged off the field, with referee Ricardo Salazar calling a 30-minute break as fans were advised to go inside the concourse.

There were concerns whether play would start again but, after a warm-up, the match resumed at 5.51pm - 43 minutes after play was suspended.

Jerry Bengtson prodded a tame shot at Joe Hart soon after play began and there was a hairy moment when Luis Garrido caught Gerrard with a late tackle.

The midfielder was booked for the challenge, which came as Sturridge hobbled around in discomfort.

The Liverpool forward appeared to run off the knock, only to take another blow somewhere more delicate.

Having had his feet swept away by Emilio Izaguirre, Sturridge had the ball smashed at him from close-range. He immediately rose to his feet and confronted the Celtic left-back, who was duly cautioned for the unnecessary kick.

The resulting set piece came to nothing, as did a 22-yard free-kick from Marvin Chavez, whose effort dipped onto Hart's net.

Calls for a penalty following a Maynor Figueroa challenge on Jordan Henderson fell on deaf ears, before Lallana, playing on the right, showed quick feet to set-up a strike that deflected just wide.

England were by now lacking the composure they had shown earlier and Wilson Palacios came inches wide via a touch off a defender.

Hart flapped at the resulting corner and Figueroa hit the side-netting, before the half-time whistle was called.

Gerrard and Rooney were replaced for the second half, with Jack Wilshere and Ross Barkley the players introduced.

The Everton playmaker impressed against Ecuador on Wednesday but afterwards Hodgson expressed his frustration at his knack of giving away possession.

That was evident within 30 seconds of his introduction, yet soon after Barkley showed just why he is so highly-rated, linking-up with Wilshere before curling wide from 25 yards.

The 20-year-old's nifty footwork drew a foul out of Bernardez moments later as the Honduran tackling became increasingly robust, with Hodgson visibly angered with Brayan Beckeles for a hefty challenge on Welbeck that saw him booked.

The United attacker dusted himself off and, maybe still shaken, chipped wide when well-placed, before Valladares rushed off his line to deny him soon after Barkley was denied by a fine tackle.

The match was becoming increasingly ill-tempered and Bernardez fizzed a free-kick across the face of goal after a Lallana challenge, who was booked and given a final warning soon after.

The referee would not have to wait long to produce a red card, though, Beckeles recklessly challenged Baines in the 65th minute.

The defender caught the Everton left-back with an elbow, leading Salazar to hand him a second yellow and an early bath.

A number of changes followed, including the introduction of ex-Saint Lambert, but England could find no way through.

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1:08am Sun 8 Jun 14

abbiscuits says...

He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave.
He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave. abbiscuits
  • Score: 12

7:36am Sun 8 Jun 14

Saint Jinx says...

MSN said this about Lambert:
Reminded of that question he recalled the answer immediately, although this time he called him 'Stevie G' - a sign of the friendship that has built with the England captain since getting his first cap earlier this season.

Gerrard will do virtually ANYTHING in the interests of Liverpool. He is not interested in the one-club mentality per se, only if it benefits his club.

I am not wishing to be vindictive - I think he's a tremendous player; probably our (England's) best over the last 10 years - I am just saying that he represented a danger to our club the moment our lads became part of the England setup.
MSN said this about Lambert: Reminded of that question he recalled the answer immediately, although this time he called him 'Stevie G' - a sign of the friendship that has built with the England captain since getting his first cap earlier this season. Gerrard will do virtually ANYTHING in the interests of Liverpool. He is not interested in the one-club mentality per se, only if it benefits his club. I am not wishing to be vindictive - I think he's a tremendous player; probably our (England's) best over the last 10 years - I am just saying that he represented a danger to our club the moment our lads became part of the England setup. Saint Jinx
  • Score: 15

7:42am Sun 8 Jun 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Bet Roy wishes he'd taken Clyne. Or Chambers.
Bet Roy wishes he'd taken Clyne. Or Chambers. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 41

7:47am Sun 8 Jun 14

Saint Jinx says...

abbiscuits wrote:
He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave.
Perhaps, once all the euphoria has died down, and he possibly becomes a little home-sick, he will miss Southampton and begin to reassess. Let's give him some slack! The same might happen to Ricky. Liverpool may be a disaster for him. Like in marriage, sometimes the grass looks greener.... but of course it never is! There is an expression in Spanish which (freely translated) says that everyone has dreams, but dreams are simply that, only dreams.
[quote][p][bold]abbiscuits[/bold] wrote: He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave.[/p][/quote]Perhaps, once all the euphoria has died down, and he possibly becomes a little home-sick, he will miss Southampton and begin to reassess. Let's give him some slack! The same might happen to Ricky. Liverpool may be a disaster for him. Like in marriage, sometimes the grass looks greener.... but of course it never is! There is an expression in Spanish which (freely translated) says that everyone has dreams, but dreams are simply that, only dreams. Saint Jinx
  • Score: 15

7:59am Sun 8 Jun 14

Saint Jinx says...

Another topic for comment:

MSN wrote: The reason why Hodgson chose Honduras as England's final friendly opponents was because they are similar to the Costa Rica side the Three Lions will face in Brazil.

This is very naive. I spent many years in Mexico and Central America. I followed 2 Concacaf WC qualifying campaigns. Honduras was actually one of my favourite teams and countries, but their team is nothing like Costa Rica's, which is a less physical team. Ecuador is nothing like Argengtina or Brazil or Uruguay.

I still maintain that teams in the finals shouldn't be playing each other in pre-World Cup friendlies.
Another topic for comment: MSN wrote: The reason why Hodgson chose Honduras as England's final friendly opponents was because they are similar to the Costa Rica side the Three Lions will face in Brazil. This is very naive. I spent many years in Mexico and Central America. I followed 2 Concacaf WC qualifying campaigns. Honduras was actually one of my favourite teams and countries, but their team is nothing like Costa Rica's, which is a less physical team. Ecuador is nothing like Argengtina or Brazil or Uruguay. I still maintain that teams in the finals shouldn't be playing each other in pre-World Cup friendlies. Saint Jinx
  • Score: 1

8:12am Sun 8 Jun 14

circa 66 saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Bet Roy wishes he'd taken Clyne. Or Chambers.
Agree I think Johnson would struggle to even get back into the currents skunts team ,he was definitely the worst player on the park.
Still all the time Clyne and Chambers are out of the England set up the longer we keep them and the less chance of Gerard the scout turning their heads.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Bet Roy wishes he'd taken Clyne. Or Chambers.[/p][/quote]Agree I think Johnson would struggle to even get back into the currents skunts team ,he was definitely the worst player on the park. Still all the time Clyne and Chambers are out of the England set up the longer we keep them and the less chance of Gerard the scout turning their heads. circa 66 saint
  • Score: 27

8:20am Sun 8 Jun 14

Golden_Salamander says...

I gather Ralph was over there watching the game.

I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?)

I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players).
I gather Ralph was over there watching the game. I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players). Golden_Salamander
  • Score: 18

8:43am Sun 8 Jun 14

saintbobby says...

The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that! saintbobby
  • Score: 8

8:45am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Golden_Salamander wrote:
I gather Ralph was over there watching the game.

I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?)

I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players).
Wow still crying again and making excuses by blaming everyone else pathetic supporter as normal
[quote][p][bold]Golden_Salamander[/bold] wrote: I gather Ralph was over there watching the game. I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players).[/p][/quote]Wow still crying again and making excuses by blaming everyone else pathetic supporter as normal LFCalways
  • Score: -22

8:59am Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
[quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!! search for the truth
  • Score: -11

9:25am Sun 8 Jun 14

BarnetSaint says...

The fact chambers isn't out there won't stop the vultures.
The goonies want him. Unfortunately I can see an £8M offer ( with add ons) and yet another of our great youngsters poached away.
We can't keep producing such talent. Just hope Kat and the board tell them where to go.
The fact chambers isn't out there won't stop the vultures. The goonies want him. Unfortunately I can see an £8M offer ( with add ons) and yet another of our great youngsters poached away. We can't keep producing such talent. Just hope Kat and the board tell them where to go. BarnetSaint
  • Score: 5

9:33am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you?
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you? Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 6

9:45am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen LFCalways
  • Score: -12

9:49am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you?
Alter ego? We just telling you the truth, your punching above you weight ask your old players or are you affaird of what they will say to put you back to reality
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you?[/p][/quote]Alter ego? We just telling you the truth, your punching above you weight ask your old players or are you affaird of what they will say to put you back to reality LFCalways
  • Score: -13

9:49am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

9:50am Sun 8 Jun 14

BarnetSaint says...

What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list . BarnetSaint
  • Score: 11

9:54am Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

From GIVEMESPORT.COM

Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup

Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal.
Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup.
The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million.
Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result.
Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice.
Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed.
The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster. search for the truth
  • Score: 0

9:54am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 11

9:55am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
[quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add? LFCalways
  • Score: -19

9:56am Sun 8 Jun 14

Invidia says...

judging by the two warm up games, I don't think AL and LS. will have too long to wait for their futures to b sorted out. I knew England would be in trouble when Roy tried to build his team around Rooney, it didn't work for Manu. and it certainly wont work for England, all the hype about Rooney being world class is just that hype! as for Sturridge you can see why Liverpool bought RL he is not of an international class, although marginally better than Welbeck neither are they international class, the less said about Johnson the better. oh well early return from their holidays in South America me thinks.
judging by the two warm up games, I don't think AL and LS. will have too long to wait for their futures to b sorted out. I knew England would be in trouble when Roy tried to build his team around Rooney, it didn't work for Manu. and it certainly wont work for England, all the hype about Rooney being world class is just that hype! as for Sturridge you can see why Liverpool bought RL he is not of an international class, although marginally better than Welbeck neither are they international class, the less said about Johnson the better. oh well early return from their holidays in South America me thinks. Invidia
  • Score: 14

9:58am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

search for the truth wrote:
From GIVEMESPORT.COM

Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup

Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal.
Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup.
The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million.
Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result.
Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice.
Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed.
The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
And there you go the truth, and also confirmed by your own board
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.[/p][/quote]And there you go the truth, and also confirmed by your own board LFCalways
  • Score: -14

10:01am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol LFCalways
  • Score: -16

10:03am Sun 8 Jun 14

ulrichvangobbel says...

I'm amazed llalana played a full 90. That's more than he did for us last year.
I'm amazed llalana played a full 90. That's more than he did for us last year. ulrichvangobbel
  • Score: 15

10:04am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 13

10:12am Sun 8 Jun 14

durhamsaint87 says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
abbiscuits wrote:
He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave.
Perhaps, once all the euphoria has died down, and he possibly becomes a little home-sick, he will miss Southampton and begin to reassess. Let's give him some slack! The same might happen to Ricky. Liverpool may be a disaster for him. Like in marriage, sometimes the grass looks greener.... but of course it never is! There is an expression in Spanish which (freely translated) says that everyone has dreams, but dreams are simply that, only dreams.
Ricky is a talent that is going to be wasted at Liverpool. He will be a second string player because of the forward line they already have. The only reason they wanted Ricky was because of the Adam. Why before the world cup MUST they sign our players. They tried to put pressure on us thank goodness our board has stood fast. You are right Saint Jinx the grass is greener on the other side, would not be surprised to have Ricky back on a season long loan.
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abbiscuits[/bold] wrote: He did alright, although didn't really have the space and time to do his little tricks and turns, but sure will start against Italy. Lets hope he has a good WC as it'll only increase his value...if he REALLY wants to leave.[/p][/quote]Perhaps, once all the euphoria has died down, and he possibly becomes a little home-sick, he will miss Southampton and begin to reassess. Let's give him some slack! The same might happen to Ricky. Liverpool may be a disaster for him. Like in marriage, sometimes the grass looks greener.... but of course it never is! There is an expression in Spanish which (freely translated) says that everyone has dreams, but dreams are simply that, only dreams.[/p][/quote]Ricky is a talent that is going to be wasted at Liverpool. He will be a second string player because of the forward line they already have. The only reason they wanted Ricky was because of the Adam. Why before the world cup MUST they sign our players. They tried to put pressure on us thank goodness our board has stood fast. You are right Saint Jinx the grass is greener on the other side, would not be surprised to have Ricky back on a season long loan. durhamsaint87
  • Score: 8

10:14am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do? LFCalways
  • Score: -12

10:21am Sun 8 Jun 14

hedge end bob says...

We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it.
Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it.
We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it. Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it. hedge end bob
  • Score: 28

10:22am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
Well enough for you to covet our players now.
If you'd had Rickie last season,who knows,you might've been celebrating the title.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]Well enough for you to covet our players now. If you'd had Rickie last season,who knows,you might've been celebrating the title. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 11

10:26am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............
...
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ... Mosin85
  • Score: 9

10:35am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............

...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club LFCalways
  • Score: -12

10:48am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th. Mosin85
  • Score: 6

10:57am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............


...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez.............. Mosin85
  • Score: 5

11:01am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool LFCalways
  • Score: -6

11:04am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............



...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo
l what ever rocks your boat I guess
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess LFCalways
  • Score: 0

11:06am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do... Mosin85
  • Score: 7

11:07am Sun 8 Jun 14

Confucious says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
This won't affect our World Cup prospects because Roy will know how and when to field the Liverpool players. No doubt they will help England through to the knockout stage and good on 'em I say, but then Roy will sideline them after that.

He knows Liverpool always bottle it when winning becomes critical and are not only losers but have been losers for many many years. Roy won't want to see us in the quarter finals and risk Gerrard going comically @rse over t!t and giving goals away. I think he might risk fielding a Liverpool player if we get at least four goals up, but three up will not be enough even with 12 minutes to go as Crystal Palace so clearly demonstrated.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]This won't affect our World Cup prospects because Roy will know how and when to field the Liverpool players. No doubt they will help England through to the knockout stage and good on 'em I say, but then Roy will sideline them after that. He knows Liverpool always bottle it when winning becomes critical and are not only losers but have been losers for many many years. Roy won't want to see us in the quarter finals and risk Gerrard going comically @rse over t!t and giving goals away. I think he might risk fielding a Liverpool player if we get at least four goals up, but three up will not be enough even with 12 minutes to go as Crystal Palace so clearly demonstrated. Confucious
  • Score: 17

11:08am Sun 8 Jun 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

I caught a flight to Manchester a few years ago, but the plane had to be diverted.

I only realised we had landed at Liverpool JL Airport after the plane's engines had been shut down and yet the whining continued.

To England, I wonder if Adam will start. Probably, but Roy suggested that Sterling (another exemplary Liverpool pro) would have played last night had he been available, and, unless someone knows better, there's still time for Oxo, who would surely play down the right if fit.

Time will tell, but I trust Roy to pick the best team available from the squad for that particular match, and I don't think last night's mess will have much baring on what happens in Brazil. Alas, I also don't expect too much. I'm just pleased that Roy has managed to convert me a wee bit. This time last year, the same tired 'big club' players were being picked at the expense of players like Rickie and I had lost interest. Since qualification, Roy has been free to experiment and players like Adam, Luke and Ross Barkley have benefited. The next few weeks are more about France2018 but at least I'll wear my England (+ France, Croatia, Japan & Uruguay) shirt with pride.
I caught a flight to Manchester a few years ago, but the plane had to be diverted. I only realised we had landed at Liverpool JL Airport after the plane's engines had been shut down and yet the whining continued. To England, I wonder if Adam will start. Probably, but Roy suggested that Sterling (another exemplary Liverpool pro) would have played last night had he been available, and, unless someone knows better, there's still time for Oxo, who would surely play down the right if fit. Time will tell, but I trust Roy to pick the best team available from the squad for that particular match, and I don't think last night's mess will have much baring on what happens in Brazil. Alas, I also don't expect too much. I'm just pleased that Roy has managed to convert me a wee bit. This time last year, the same tired 'big club' players were being picked at the expense of players like Rickie and I had lost interest. Since qualification, Roy has been free to experiment and players like Adam, Luke and Ross Barkley have benefited. The next few weeks are more about France2018 but at least I'll wear my England (+ France, Croatia, Japan & Uruguay) shirt with pride. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 3

11:09am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............




...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo

l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things......... Mosin85
  • Score: 2

11:09am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...[/p][/quote]Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven LFCalways
  • Score: -2

11:15am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............




...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo

l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 3

11:16am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............





...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo


l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat LFCalways
  • Score: -2

11:17am Sun 8 Jun 14

hedge end bob says...

LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
And there you go the truth, and also confirmed by your own board
And there you go the truth , and also confirmed by your own board.???
God you are stupid if you read and believe what you read in a paper at this time of the season. Wait until your club can state this or that player HAS SIGNED for your club.
Our LOCAL PAPER has indicated that we have allready sold nine or ten of our first team squad where as in truth it's only one. It sells newspapers to people like you.
Your club bought Rickie Lambert as bait to try and get A L. to your club. I can understand why he has joined you and i hope he has the success he has had at our club but, i do not think he will get many minutesof playing time. At four million, if the plan works, is a very small outlay but, if it don't then what a waste of money.
Myself i am a realist and feel my club may move up another couple of places next season but are a long way off of top four plainly because our ground is not big enough to finance this ambition.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.[/p][/quote]And there you go the truth, and also confirmed by your own board[/p][/quote]And there you go the truth , and also confirmed by your own board.??? God you are stupid if you read and believe what you read in a paper at this time of the season. Wait until your club can state this or that player HAS SIGNED for your club. Our LOCAL PAPER has indicated that we have allready sold nine or ten of our first team squad where as in truth it's only one. It sells newspapers to people like you. Your club bought Rickie Lambert as bait to try and get A L. to your club. I can understand why he has joined you and i hope he has the success he has had at our club but, i do not think he will get many minutesof playing time. At four million, if the plan works, is a very small outlay but, if it don't then what a waste of money. Myself i am a realist and feel my club may move up another couple of places next season but are a long way off of top four plainly because our ground is not big enough to finance this ambition. hedge end bob
  • Score: 5

11:17am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven
cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...[/p][/quote]Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven[/p][/quote]cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps.... Mosin85
  • Score: 4

11:19am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............






...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo



l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
What do you know about football?
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat[/p][/quote]What do you know about football? Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 3

11:21am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Confucious wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
This won't affect our World Cup prospects because Roy will know how and when to field the Liverpool players. No doubt they will help England through to the knockout stage and good on 'em I say, but then Roy will sideline them after that.

He knows Liverpool always bottle it when winning becomes critical and are not only losers but have been losers for many many years. Roy won't want to see us in the quarter finals and risk Gerrard going comically @rse over t!t and giving goals away. I think he might risk fielding a Liverpool player if we get at least four goals up, but three up will not be enough even with 12 minutes to go as Crystal Palace so clearly demonstrated.
lol you still **** because England has got Liverpool players there and not many saints players? You really need to grow up
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]This won't affect our World Cup prospects because Roy will know how and when to field the Liverpool players. No doubt they will help England through to the knockout stage and good on 'em I say, but then Roy will sideline them after that. He knows Liverpool always bottle it when winning becomes critical and are not only losers but have been losers for many many years. Roy won't want to see us in the quarter finals and risk Gerrard going comically @rse over t!t and giving goals away. I think he might risk fielding a Liverpool player if we get at least four goals up, but three up will not be enough even with 12 minutes to go as Crystal Palace so clearly demonstrated.[/p][/quote]lol you still **** because England has got Liverpool players there and not many saints players? You really need to grow up LFCalways
  • Score: -3

11:21am Sun 8 Jun 14

Invidia says...

When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour. Invidia
  • Score: 12

11:25am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............





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lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo


l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then LFCalways
  • Score: -2

11:28am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............






...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo



l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat[/p][/quote]yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things. Mosin85
  • Score: 2

11:29am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............






...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo



l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
So why are they such an obsession with you then?
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then[/p][/quote]So why are they such an obsession with you then? Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

11:31am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven
cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....
God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...[/p][/quote]Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven[/p][/quote]cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....[/p][/quote]God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol LFCalways
  • Score: -1

11:34am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............







...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo




l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
What do you know about football?
Loads been supporter for 37 yrs, every week watching my team from the stands
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat[/p][/quote]What do you know about football?[/p][/quote]Loads been supporter for 37 yrs, every week watching my team from the stands LFCalways
  • Score: -3

11:36am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
Thx you mum
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]Thx you mum LFCalways
  • Score: -2

11:40am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven
cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....
God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol
DUDE you spent more than you have hench why your in the red, you really that THICK? you have been shown ths by other posts that you have commented on, do you want the link again so you can read it a good 50 times so it sinks in like?
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...[/p][/quote]Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven[/p][/quote]cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....[/p][/quote]God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol[/p][/quote]DUDE you spent more than you have hench why your in the red, you really that THICK? you have been shown ths by other posts that you have commented on, do you want the link again so you can read it a good 50 times so it sinks in like? Mosin85
  • Score: 0

11:40am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............







...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo




l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things.
I am English you fool, god you really are a prat and brain dead
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat[/p][/quote]yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things.[/p][/quote]I am English you fool, god you really are a prat and brain dead LFCalways
  • Score: -3

11:43am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............







...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo




l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
So why are they such an obsession with you then?
It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then[/p][/quote]So why are they such an obsession with you then?[/p][/quote]It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about LFCalways
  • Score: -3

11:47am Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............








...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo





l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
So why are they such an obsession with you then?
It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about
Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then[/p][/quote]So why are they such an obsession with you then?[/p][/quote]It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about[/p][/quote]Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 3

11:50am Sun 8 Jun 14

Mosin85 says...

LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............








...
lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo





l what ever rocks your boat I guess
learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........
Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat
yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things.
I am English you fool, god you really are a prat and brain dead
so because your English you dont need to look at a dictionary? wow, hope my 2 year old dont grow up with that mentality. be as thick as you :-).

Every one we have a genius in the forum that is English.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]learn to read, where did i say i like to look at him? you need to get help your seeing things.........[/p][/quote]Bud read back on previous comments we were talking football matters, and your talking about someone's looks, so I responded back saying your looking at him and what ever rocks your boat[/p][/quote]yes i commented on his looks but they was hardly a nice comment so why would it rock my boat?, you just dont understand the English dialog. would you like me to give you the address for the dictionary that is posted online via wiki? you could learn a few things.[/p][/quote]I am English you fool, god you really are a prat and brain dead[/p][/quote]so because your English you dont need to look at a dictionary? wow, hope my 2 year old dont grow up with that mentality. be as thick as you :-). Every one we have a genius in the forum that is English. Mosin85
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11:51am Sun 8 Jun 14

noodlesnewman says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we made lfc look rubbish battered and dejected when we kicked your **** around antsfeild ! thats what we did ! you where nobody without suarez a one man army ! and he s off i put a tenner on yesterday at ladbrooks ! lol now go away you shell suit wearing dole rocker !
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we made lfc look rubbish battered and dejected when we kicked your **** around antsfeild ! thats what we did ! you where nobody without suarez a one man army ! and he s off i put a tenner on yesterday at ladbrooks ! lol now go away you shell suit wearing dole rocker ! noodlesnewman
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11:54am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
lol same never going to happen
That's right...talk amongst yourselves.
That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.
lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol
Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.
No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?
we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.
lol silly fool
no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...
Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven
cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....
God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol
DUDE you spent more than you have hench why your in the red, you really that THICK? you have been shown ths by other posts that you have commented on, do you want the link again so you can read it a good 50 times so it sinks in like?
Ooh dear lord it's like a bunch of kids in a play ground........
[quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]lol same never going to happen[/p][/quote]That's right...talk amongst yourselves.[/p][/quote]That's not what its about though is it.The pair of you haven't got over the fact that you threw the title away,when it was in the bag,and now you're both panicking because something else you desperately want,looks like it might slip out of your grasp as well.[/p][/quote]lol we weren't even favourites for title, city was lol[/p][/quote]Too late for excuses..you blew it,and you know it! Hence the sour grapes.[/p][/quote]No sour grapes, better team won title :) but how did saints do?[/p][/quote]we finished 8th ( 2nd season in league as well), but we managed to finish the season in the green unlike Liverpool who finished in the red, how much you ow out now? was it not like 70 - 80 million? i did read it around some where + you board have plans to upgrade that old pill of doodoo you call Anfield. just out of curiousity how long liverpool been in the league with out lifting the title?.. last season was your best chance and you blew it. next year will be chelsea back at top with manchester city gunner will buy a few too and ofc there young squad will mature a bit then you got manchester united who are expected to spend 200 + million? good luck next year.. as a saints fan ill be happy with 7th. after all progression is better than going backwards and thats all liverpool can hope for, 2nd next year for liverpool? highly doubt it more like 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th or 9 th.[/p][/quote]lol silly fool[/p][/quote]no not silly its called realism. so you think your club have the funds / money to take on manchester city and chelsea and gunners? i dont think you do...[/p][/quote]Don't need to spend a fortune, we only came 2 points away from it....lol that was proven[/p][/quote]cause Chelsea had a poor season manchester united forgot the season even started and didnt spend a fortune? sorry but was you not one of the biggest spenders last season? opps....[/p][/quote]God you are fishing for anything to come back on, if other teams play bad that's there problem.......as for spending we use the money we have like every team during transfer season that's what everyone does, don't you know that lol[/p][/quote]DUDE you spent more than you have hench why your in the red, you really that THICK? you have been shown ths by other posts that you have commented on, do you want the link again so you can read it a good 50 times so it sinks in like?[/p][/quote]Ooh dear lord it's like a bunch of kids in a play ground........ LFCalways
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11:57am Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............









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lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo






l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
So why are they such an obsession with you then?
It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about
Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it.
Well it's a simple answer........don't respond, so why ask
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then[/p][/quote]So why are they such an obsession with you then?[/p][/quote]It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about[/p][/quote]Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it.[/p][/quote]Well it's a simple answer........don't respond, so why ask LFCalways
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12:09pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
Mosin85 wrote:
LFCalways wrote:
BarnetSaint wrote:
What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .
He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?
Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club.

if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling.............










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lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club
seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............
aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo







l what ever rocks your boat I guess
We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.
Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then
So why are they such an obsession with you then?
It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about
Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it.
Well it's a simple answer........don't respond, so why ask
I didn't.
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mosin85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarnetSaint[/bold] wrote: What will be LOL is if Suarez gets himself on Real Madrid's shopping list .[/p][/quote]He was last year don't you know that lol, oh a shock he is again this year! anything else you wanna add?[/p][/quote]Real Madrid did NOT want saurez Last year considering all there Transfer kitty was used to buy GARATH BALE one more Southampton youngster. this year Real might want Saurez and sorry dont matter what English club you are none come close to the history of Real and Barca which is why he will leave to go barca or real madrid, fact of the matter is anyone who wants to win the champions league has two maybe 3 times more of a chance to lift it than at any English club. if i remember rightly was it only the gunners who wanted saurez last year. and he tryed to push a move then, cant wait to see how much he crys when barca or real come calling............. ...[/p][/quote]lol I and I be here laughing at your silly comment when he plays against you next season and shows the men from the boys club[/p][/quote]seeing saurez on the pitch makes you laugh? i know he has a face like a donkeys arse but dude your taking it to the next level i never laughed at his ugly mug once. poor saurez..............[/p][/quote]aaaaahhhhhh you like looking at him?........lolololo l what ever rocks your boat I guess[/p][/quote]We've got loads of boats to rock Wack,all of them down at the docks,plying our successful,honestly achieved,cruise trade.[/p][/quote]Is that the only thing, i thought it would be saints, but I guess not then[/p][/quote]So why are they such an obsession with you then?[/p][/quote]It's silly posts from saints fans that has no merit on the subject people are chatting about[/p][/quote]Well log off then,nobody's forcing you to read it.[/p][/quote]Well it's a simple answer........don't respond, so why ask[/p][/quote]I didn't. Positively4thStreet
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12:18pm Sun 8 Jun 14

promised land says...

@LFCalways:
As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????
@LFCalways: As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ???? promised land
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1:07pm Sun 8 Jun 14

el caballo santos101 says...

search for the truth wrote:
From GIVEMESPORT.COM

Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup

Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal.
Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup.
The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million.
Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result.
Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice.
Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed.
The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
FROM THE ECHO and other sites)

Liverpool had initially offered £20m for the 26-year-old, but were unable to convince Saints to sell for that amount.
Yesterday it was reported that they have now upped that offer to £25 million in a bid to convince Saints to sell.
The Anfield side are understood to have said that their latest approach is a final one, and have threatened to move onto other targets if the transfer is not concluded before the World Cup.

so now the England squad are at their world cup base in Rio and Roy has said that the squad will not be allowed to do medicals etc. that means your club (if you are diverpool fans, which I doubt) will now have to forget about signing Lalla and move on to other targets. Lazar Markovic of Benfica is one of them so I suspect you will now jog on and go to the local Benfica newspaper site to tell their fans how you are a much bigger club and players always want to join you!
if you do come back with another offer then you will look stupid and will be shown to go back on your word and untrustworthy. just the type of attributes a person would love to deal with!
FROM THE METRO

It looks as though Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is growing tired of waiting for Southampton to decide whether they will accept the Reds final offer for Adam Lallana.

The Anfield chief has apparently told the Saints that they must let him know if they will sell their captain for the £25million on the table or he will take his cash elsewhere.

fine go elsewhere we don't care how tired you are of waiting, we have told you that we wont accept your offer. if only Brenda did have £25mill on the table instead of £15mill and add-ons that wont get paid!
perhaps you can persuade other clubs to accept only half of a players worth in cash because its not working here!
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.[/p][/quote]FROM THE ECHO and other sites) Liverpool had initially offered £20m for the 26-year-old, but were unable to convince Saints to sell for that amount. Yesterday it was reported that they have now upped that offer to £25 million in a bid to convince Saints to sell. The Anfield side are understood to have said that their latest approach is a final one, and have threatened to move onto other targets if the transfer is not concluded before the World Cup. so now the England squad are at their world cup base in Rio and Roy has said that the squad will not be allowed to do medicals etc. that means your club (if you are diverpool fans, which I doubt) will now have to forget about signing Lalla and move on to other targets. Lazar Markovic of Benfica is one of them so I suspect you will now jog on and go to the local Benfica newspaper site to tell their fans how you are a much bigger club and players always want to join you! if you do come back with another offer then you will look stupid and will be shown to go back on your word and untrustworthy. just the type of attributes a person would love to deal with! FROM THE METRO It looks as though Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is growing tired of waiting for Southampton to decide whether they will accept the Reds final offer for Adam Lallana. The Anfield chief has apparently told the Saints that they must let him know if they will sell their captain for the £25million on the table or he will take his cash elsewhere. fine go elsewhere we don't care how tired you are of waiting, we have told you that we wont accept your offer. if only Brenda did have £25mill on the table instead of £15mill and add-ons that wont get paid! perhaps you can persuade other clubs to accept only half of a players worth in cash because its not working here! el caballo santos101
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4:03pm Sun 8 Jun 14

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
From GIVEMESPORT.COM

Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup

Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal.
Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup.
The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million.
Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result.
Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice.
Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed.
The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
FROM THE ECHO and other sites)

Liverpool had initially offered £20m for the 26-year-old, but were unable to convince Saints to sell for that amount.
Yesterday it was reported that they have now upped that offer to £25 million in a bid to convince Saints to sell.
The Anfield side are understood to have said that their latest approach is a final one, and have threatened to move onto other targets if the transfer is not concluded before the World Cup.

so now the England squad are at their world cup base in Rio and Roy has said that the squad will not be allowed to do medicals etc. that means your club (if you are diverpool fans, which I doubt) will now have to forget about signing Lalla and move on to other targets. Lazar Markovic of Benfica is one of them so I suspect you will now jog on and go to the local Benfica newspaper site to tell their fans how you are a much bigger club and players always want to join you!
if you do come back with another offer then you will look stupid and will be shown to go back on your word and untrustworthy. just the type of attributes a person would love to deal with!
FROM THE METRO

It looks as though Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is growing tired of waiting for Southampton to decide whether they will accept the Reds final offer for Adam Lallana.

The Anfield chief has apparently told the Saints that they must let him know if they will sell their captain for the £25million on the table or he will take his cash elsewhere.

fine go elsewhere we don't care how tired you are of waiting, we have told you that we wont accept your offer. if only Brenda did have £25mill on the table instead of £15mill and add-ons that wont get paid!
perhaps you can persuade other clubs to accept only half of a players worth in cash because its not working here!
GOOD POST el cabello santos.

Additionally ADAM is likely to CHANGE his outlook with a more sobering view of things once he is back in UK.

A TOP EUROPEAN MANGER will help steady the Ship. COYR
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.[/p][/quote]FROM THE ECHO and other sites) Liverpool had initially offered £20m for the 26-year-old, but were unable to convince Saints to sell for that amount. Yesterday it was reported that they have now upped that offer to £25 million in a bid to convince Saints to sell. The Anfield side are understood to have said that their latest approach is a final one, and have threatened to move onto other targets if the transfer is not concluded before the World Cup. so now the England squad are at their world cup base in Rio and Roy has said that the squad will not be allowed to do medicals etc. that means your club (if you are diverpool fans, which I doubt) will now have to forget about signing Lalla and move on to other targets. Lazar Markovic of Benfica is one of them so I suspect you will now jog on and go to the local Benfica newspaper site to tell their fans how you are a much bigger club and players always want to join you! if you do come back with another offer then you will look stupid and will be shown to go back on your word and untrustworthy. just the type of attributes a person would love to deal with! FROM THE METRO It looks as though Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is growing tired of waiting for Southampton to decide whether they will accept the Reds final offer for Adam Lallana. The Anfield chief has apparently told the Saints that they must let him know if they will sell their captain for the £25million on the table or he will take his cash elsewhere. fine go elsewhere we don't care how tired you are of waiting, we have told you that we wont accept your offer. if only Brenda did have £25mill on the table instead of £15mill and add-ons that wont get paid! perhaps you can persuade other clubs to accept only half of a players worth in cash because its not working here![/p][/quote]GOOD POST el cabello santos. Additionally ADAM is likely to CHANGE his outlook with a more sobering view of things once he is back in UK. A TOP EUROPEAN MANGER will help steady the Ship. COYR The Rise of The Foot Soldier.
  • Score: 5

4:31pm Sun 8 Jun 14

saintbobby says...

search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
Thanks for the advice. At my age I do not need any, thank you. Having supported the team since 1959 this makes me a pensioner and a bit more!

Doesn't alter the fact it was unhappy to read it, and a pity if you didn't get a little sad at losing this great team player.
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]Thanks for the advice. At my age I do not need any, thank you. Having supported the team since 1959 this makes me a pensioner and a bit more! Doesn't alter the fact it was unhappy to read it, and a pity if you didn't get a little sad at losing this great team player. saintbobby
  • Score: 0

4:50pm Sun 8 Jun 14

saintbobby says...

saintbobby wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
Thanks for the advice. At my age I do not need any, thank you. Having supported the team since 1959 this makes me a pensioner and a bit more!

Doesn't alter the fact it was unhappy to read it, and a pity if you didn't get a little sad at losing this great team player.
Seems I got this wrong and you are not a Saints' supporter, which of course is very surprising since this is our site.

So since I am happy when most Northern sides lose, I can now add Liverpool to my hate list. None of that lot up there play like MC and certainly no one scores goals like Toure. Hope he got his birthday cake in the end!

Yes, I said NO ONE, Suarez.
[quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]Thanks for the advice. At my age I do not need any, thank you. Having supported the team since 1959 this makes me a pensioner and a bit more! Doesn't alter the fact it was unhappy to read it, and a pity if you didn't get a little sad at losing this great team player.[/p][/quote]Seems I got this wrong and you are not a Saints' supporter, which of course is very surprising since this is our site. So since I am happy when most Northern sides lose, I can now add Liverpool to my hate list. None of that lot up there play like MC and certainly no one scores goals like Toure. Hope he got his birthday cake in the end! Yes, I said NO ONE, Suarez. saintbobby
  • Score: 0

5:06pm Sun 8 Jun 14

cotswoldsaint says...

Interesting interview in today's Telegraph in which Lambert clearly states how pally he has become with Gerrard. Add this to whiny Scouser Stevie G's "tapping up" of Lallana and it's clear he's Rodgers' agent provocateur - turning our lads' heads and at the same time undermining a potential rival for one of those precious CL places. He might be an Engurland stalwart but as far as I'm concerned he's a complete and utter tw*t!
Interesting interview in today's Telegraph in which Lambert clearly states how pally he has become with Gerrard. Add this to whiny Scouser Stevie G's "tapping up" of Lallana and it's clear he's Rodgers' agent provocateur - turning our lads' heads and at the same time undermining a potential rival for one of those precious CL places. He might be an Engurland stalwart but as far as I'm concerned he's a complete and utter tw*t! cotswoldsaint
  • Score: 4

5:22pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

World Cup 2014: Gerrard on Hodgson's decision to pick Liverpool players for his squad Jun 08, 2014

11:00 By Liverpool Echo

Liverpool and England captain opens up about his place in the Three Lions squad

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Steven Gerrard on England duty Such was the rough ride experienced during his brief tenure, few would blame Roy Hodgson for distancing himself from all things Anfield.

But when the England coach sought the men prepared to battle in Brazil, it was to his former club he turned most.

Even before Rickie Lambert bolstered the number to six with his pre-tournament arrival from Southampton, no club had ever before provided as many players for a Three Lions squad at the World Cup.

And for Steven Gerrard , Hodgson’s skipper both at Liverpool and England, it is the right choice in the wake of the Reds’ thrilling championship challenge.

“If Roy Hodgson picked four, five, six of the Liverpool players to go to the World Cup having had a great season, he’s going to be picking players full of confidence and really hungry to go and achieve something with England,” says Gerrard .

“I think that’s the key to this Liverpool team, you’ve got a great mix of young lads and experienced lads who are hungry to do well and that’s the mix you need going into a World Cup.

“You need players who want to go there to be successful, not players who want to go there and just enjoy being there.”

Gerrard speaks from experience, having played – and scored – in both the 2006 World Cup in Germany and the tournament in South Africa four years later.

While the likes of Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge are involved in a major tournament for the first time, Gerrard is well-versed with the unique pressures and at times tedium between games.

Hence the flurry of activity from players in recent days, the highlight of which was Gerrard’s introduction to Instagram that saw him gain 200,000 followers within barely 90 minutes.
World Cup 2014: Gerrard on Hodgson's decision to pick Liverpool players for his squad Jun 08, 2014 11:00 By Liverpool Echo Liverpool and England captain opens up about his place in the Three Lions squad 4709 Shares Share Tweet +1 Email Steven Gerrard on England duty Such was the rough ride experienced during his brief tenure, few would blame Roy Hodgson for distancing himself from all things Anfield. But when the England coach sought the men prepared to battle in Brazil, it was to his former club he turned most. Even before Rickie Lambert bolstered the number to six with his pre-tournament arrival from Southampton, no club had ever before provided as many players for a Three Lions squad at the World Cup. And for Steven Gerrard , Hodgson’s skipper both at Liverpool and England, it is the right choice in the wake of the Reds’ thrilling championship challenge. “If Roy Hodgson picked four, five, six of the Liverpool players to go to the World Cup having had a great season, he’s going to be picking players full of confidence and really hungry to go and achieve something with England,” says Gerrard . “I think that’s the key to this Liverpool team, you’ve got a great mix of young lads and experienced lads who are hungry to do well and that’s the mix you need going into a World Cup. “You need players who want to go there to be successful, not players who want to go there and just enjoy being there.” Gerrard speaks from experience, having played – and scored – in both the 2006 World Cup in Germany and the tournament in South Africa four years later. While the likes of Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge are involved in a major tournament for the first time, Gerrard is well-versed with the unique pressures and at times tedium between games. Hence the flurry of activity from players in recent days, the highlight of which was Gerrard’s introduction to Instagram that saw him gain 200,000 followers within barely 90 minutes. search for the truth
  • Score: -3

5:33pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Clever Dick says...

cotswoldsaint wrote:
Interesting interview in today's Telegraph in which Lambert clearly states how pally he has become with Gerrard. Add this to whiny Scouser Stevie G's "tapping up" of Lallana and it's clear he's Rodgers' agent provocateur - turning our lads' heads and at the same time undermining a potential rival for one of those precious CL places. He might be an Engurland stalwart but as far as I'm concerned he's a complete and utter tw*t!
I really can't understand all of the fuss. Adam may have had his head turned by the ageing superstar but that makes no difference at all to the Saints. If the board have decided the asking price is £30 million and they meet that price then they get him. Arsenal bid over the release clause for Goofy last season but Thievingpool valued him higher. So he didn't go. This situation is almost identical. Even if Adam requests a transfer the price remains unchanged. £30 million or get lost.
[quote][p][bold]cotswoldsaint[/bold] wrote: Interesting interview in today's Telegraph in which Lambert clearly states how pally he has become with Gerrard. Add this to whiny Scouser Stevie G's "tapping up" of Lallana and it's clear he's Rodgers' agent provocateur - turning our lads' heads and at the same time undermining a potential rival for one of those precious CL places. He might be an Engurland stalwart but as far as I'm concerned he's a complete and utter tw*t![/p][/quote]I really can't understand all of the fuss. Adam may have had his head turned by the ageing superstar but that makes no difference at all to the Saints. If the board have decided the asking price is £30 million and they meet that price then they get him. Arsenal bid over the release clause for Goofy last season but Thievingpool valued him higher. So he didn't go. This situation is almost identical. Even if Adam requests a transfer the price remains unchanged. £30 million or get lost. Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

5:37pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Jan28th1984 says...

I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads).
He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are.
I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads). He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are. Jan28th1984
  • Score: 6

6:36pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ! search for the truth
  • Score: -1

6:52pm Sun 8 Jun 14

hedge end bob says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads). He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are.
Am i included in your statement about a bunch of girls??. I did reply but got no answer as i only stated what i would call logic .
Hope the rest of your day is better 28th , and we can both enjoy some good news from our club. How long now before the sason starts as i don't think i can make any of the friendly games announced lat week.
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads). He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are.[/p][/quote]Am i included in your statement about a bunch of girls??. I did reply but got no answer as i only stated what i would call logic . Hope the rest of your day is better 28th , and we can both enjoy some good news from our club. How long now before the sason starts as i don't think i can make any of the friendly games announced lat week. hedge end bob
  • Score: 0

6:54pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Clever Dick says...

search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
You sound like our pathetic skunts contributors. They have won more trophies than us so presumably you would regard them as a more successful club even though they are skint and playing cr@p football ,with a cr@p team in an embarrassing ground. We'd rather be where we are thanks. Nobody is denying that Liverpool have had their past successes. Unfortunately past successes don't guarantee future ones. Without goofy you are no better than 8th or 9th. He was the clear difference between the sides down here. You blew it this season and that's a shame for Gerrard because his loyalty probably deserved a league winners medal and now he's never getting one. Even if you hold on to goofy better pray he doesn't get injured.
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]You sound like our pathetic skunts contributors. They have won more trophies than us so presumably you would regard them as a more successful club even though they are skint and playing cr@p football ,with a cr@p team in an embarrassing ground. We'd rather be where we are thanks. Nobody is denying that Liverpool have had their past successes. Unfortunately past successes don't guarantee future ones. Without goofy you are no better than 8th or 9th. He was the clear difference between the sides down here. You blew it this season and that's a shame for Gerrard because his loyalty probably deserved a league winners medal and now he's never getting one. Even if you hold on to goofy better pray he doesn't get injured. Clever Dick
  • Score: -2

6:56pm Sun 8 Jun 14

hedge end bob says...

search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
When you go on about trophies that only points to THE SKUNT that cant keep off this site. F O P A D Y BARSTEWARDS
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]When you go on about trophies that only points to THE SKUNT that cant keep off this site. F O P A D Y BARSTEWARDS hedge end bob
  • Score: 0

7:14pm Sun 8 Jun 14

jls217 says...

Golden_Salamander wrote:
I gather Ralph was over there watching the game.

I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?)

I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players).
Would he even be allowed to meet up with our players out there?
[quote][p][bold]Golden_Salamander[/bold] wrote: I gather Ralph was over there watching the game. I HOPE he used the time to have a meeting with Adam and told him he will NOT be leaving on the cheap (£15m + joke add ons) and they will have a long meeting when he returns to discuss him staying at Saints (new contract ? with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) I hope he also laid one on Woy and told him to SHUT UP talking about Saints players and "joke offers" from other teams otherwise he will not be welcome in the Saints Directors Box next season (he could tell him he will be siting in Block 42 next season if he wants to watch our players).[/p][/quote]Would he even be allowed to meet up with our players out there? jls217
  • Score: 0

7:17pm Sun 8 Jun 14

jls217 says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
saintbobby wrote:
The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that!
You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ?

As for the earlier comment .....

" with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) "

I really don't think so !!!
Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you?
I would **** myself if we agreed to sell him to Everton instead!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintbobby[/bold] wrote: The last line of the Echo's report above reports substitutions which "included ex-Saint Lambert". Gave me a nasty little turn. Did not like that![/p][/quote]You'll just have to get used to it , won't you ? As for the earlier comment ..... " with a release clause in 2 years time for a top4 side if Saints are not in Europe by then ?) " I really don't think so !!![/p][/quote]Bit like if Adam doesn't sign for your title blowing squad,you and your alter ego,LFCalways,are just going to have to get used to it...aren't you?[/p][/quote]I would **** myself if we agreed to sell him to Everton instead!!!!! jls217
  • Score: 2

7:30pm Sun 8 Jun 14

jls217 says...

search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
If you go lads don't take your cars - you'll never see 'em again. They're nicked quicker than centre forwards up there. Remember Scousese for Get your hands up is aaarrite la!
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]If you go lads don't take your cars - you'll never see 'em again. They're nicked quicker than centre forwards up there. Remember Scousese for Get your hands up is aaarrite la! jls217
  • Score: 0

7:37pm Sun 8 Jun 14

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. says...

Things COULD HAVE been so different.

MISTAKE NUMBER 1.

We get in RK who promised BETTER COMMUNICATION - however the message that came out form the BOARD and CLUB on finance gave mixed messages (they are healthy - compared to some of the debt ridden Clubs above us who just SPEND as if there is no tomorrow) - SO IN CAME THE AGGRESSIVE BIDS FOR PLAYERS.

MISTAKE NUMBER 2.

A MAGNANIMOUS GUSHING GESTURE OVER RICKIE - When the Club could have agreed that Rickie could talk to LFC once a New Manager and Striker were in place ..... led a lot of Players to think it was time to EXIT as well.

WE REALLY MUST GET A TOP STRIKER - as we are in need of goals in this Team. Cannot rely on the Everton at Home scenario - with a gift of 2 goals.

NEWS OF A NEW MANAGER APPOINTMENT THIS WEEK WILL GET THE CLUB BACK ON TRACK.
Things COULD HAVE been so different. MISTAKE NUMBER 1. We get in RK who promised BETTER COMMUNICATION - however the message that came out form the BOARD and CLUB on finance gave mixed messages (they are healthy - compared to some of the debt ridden Clubs above us who just SPEND as if there is no tomorrow) - SO IN CAME THE AGGRESSIVE BIDS FOR PLAYERS. MISTAKE NUMBER 2. A MAGNANIMOUS GUSHING GESTURE OVER RICKIE - When the Club could have agreed that Rickie could talk to LFC once a New Manager and Striker were in place ..... led a lot of Players to think it was time to EXIT as well. WE REALLY MUST GET A TOP STRIKER - as we are in need of goals in this Team. Cannot rely on the Everton at Home scenario - with a gift of 2 goals. NEWS OF A NEW MANAGER APPOINTMENT THIS WEEK WILL GET THE CLUB BACK ON TRACK. The Rise of The Foot Soldier.
  • Score: 8

7:46pm Sun 8 Jun 14

milton road says...

Interesting all the paper speculation and all this about Lallana desperate to move. Yet the only qoute since the end of the season by Adam Lallana is "The end of the season does not mean the end of my Saints career." There is nothing anywhere which is an actual Lallana qoute other than that and he will sort hos future after the world cup. Which is reasonable he has a new manager in and wants to talk and see how the future is before making the decision.
The truth is Saints want £30 million plus for Lallana all in one lump sum if they decide to let him go. Transfer request or not he will only go if the manager is in agreement and there is only paper talk about Lallana wanting to go. It will be business as usual and if we get Koeman he is a quality manager and quite firm and whether any player goes or stays will be his decision. If he wants to keep a player he is most unlikely to be sold, just like Suarez last season.
But with Madrid coming in with 70 million will probably see Suarez on his way this time round. That would leave Liverpool only 44 million in debt to good an offer to miss.
Also there are other offers in for Lallana apparantly bigger than Liverpool's. Time will tell what happens.
Everything is speculation until there is a comment from our club or player.
Interesting all the paper speculation and all this about Lallana desperate to move. Yet the only qoute since the end of the season by Adam Lallana is "The end of the season does not mean the end of my Saints career." There is nothing anywhere which is an actual Lallana qoute other than that and he will sort hos future after the world cup. Which is reasonable he has a new manager in and wants to talk and see how the future is before making the decision. The truth is Saints want £30 million plus for Lallana all in one lump sum if they decide to let him go. Transfer request or not he will only go if the manager is in agreement and there is only paper talk about Lallana wanting to go. It will be business as usual and if we get Koeman he is a quality manager and quite firm and whether any player goes or stays will be his decision. If he wants to keep a player he is most unlikely to be sold, just like Suarez last season. But with Madrid coming in with 70 million will probably see Suarez on his way this time round. That would leave Liverpool only 44 million in debt to good an offer to miss. Also there are other offers in for Lallana apparantly bigger than Liverpool's. Time will tell what happens. Everything is speculation until there is a comment from our club or player. milton road
  • Score: 8

8:01pm Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

promised land wrote:
@LFCalways:
As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????
lol you have made my day thank you
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: @LFCalways: As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????[/p][/quote]lol you have made my day thank you LFCalways
  • Score: 0

8:07pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Jan28th1984 says...

search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-) Jan28th1984
  • Score: -1

8:11pm Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads).
He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are.
We'll I honestly agree with you 100%, finally someone says it like it is thank you jan28th1984, the rest are brain dead
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: I'm really disappointed with the reaction of so many Saints on this board getting all wound up by one sad little skunt with multiple logins pretending to be a Liverpool fan (and a Man U and a Spurs fan on other threads). He has single-handed destroyed this thread and several others and he can get you all wound around his little finger - I can't believe my f*cking eyes reading all the rubbish on this thread, what a bunch of girls you all are.[/p][/quote]We'll I honestly agree with you 100%, finally someone says it like it is thank you jan28th1984, the rest are brain dead LFCalways
  • Score: 0

8:14pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton.

Fact ..............

An unhappy player is a liability to any club .
If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton. Fact .............. An unhappy player is a liability to any club . search for the truth
  • Score: 0

8:32pm Sun 8 Jun 14

LFCalways says...

search for the truth wrote:
If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton.

Fact ..............

An unhappy player is a liability to any club .
This is a fact..... But let saints find out the hard way as they won't listen to us!
And also there in for a shock soon enough
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton. Fact .............. An unhappy player is a liability to any club .[/p][/quote]This is a fact..... But let saints find out the hard way as they won't listen to us! And also there in for a shock soon enough LFCalways
  • Score: 0

8:38pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde
ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder. search for the truth
  • Score: 0

8:42pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Jonny Maths says...

I thought AL was not fabulous to be honest... he did not look much of a team player... I never thought I would say this but I would have milner on the right and welbeck on the left with gerrard and one other in the centre and Sturridge and Sir Rickie up front against Italy. Of course that won't happen and Rooney and AL will start.
I thought AL was not fabulous to be honest... he did not look much of a team player... I never thought I would say this but I would have milner on the right and welbeck on the left with gerrard and one other in the centre and Sturridge and Sir Rickie up front against Italy. Of course that won't happen and Rooney and AL will start. Jonny Maths
  • Score: 0

9:11pm Sun 8 Jun 14

noodlesnewman says...

milton road wrote:
Interesting all the paper speculation and all this about Lallana desperate to move. Yet the only qoute since the end of the season by Adam Lallana is "The end of the season does not mean the end of my Saints career." There is nothing anywhere which is an actual Lallana qoute other than that and he will sort hos future after the world cup. Which is reasonable he has a new manager in and wants to talk and see how the future is before making the decision.
The truth is Saints want £30 million plus for Lallana all in one lump sum if they decide to let him go. Transfer request or not he will only go if the manager is in agreement and there is only paper talk about Lallana wanting to go. It will be business as usual and if we get Koeman he is a quality manager and quite firm and whether any player goes or stays will be his decision. If he wants to keep a player he is most unlikely to be sold, just like Suarez last season.
But with Madrid coming in with 70 million will probably see Suarez on his way this time round. That would leave Liverpool only 44 million in debt to good an offer to miss.
Also there are other offers in for Lallana apparantly bigger than Liverpool's. Time will tell what happens.
Everything is speculation until there is a comment from our club or player.
la la had quite a bad game against honduras but it still would of put another 5 million on la la s price tag , you defo cant afford that lfc , now stand asside for the serious BIG club contenders in this auction ! fadlfc.
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: Interesting all the paper speculation and all this about Lallana desperate to move. Yet the only qoute since the end of the season by Adam Lallana is "The end of the season does not mean the end of my Saints career." There is nothing anywhere which is an actual Lallana qoute other than that and he will sort hos future after the world cup. Which is reasonable he has a new manager in and wants to talk and see how the future is before making the decision. The truth is Saints want £30 million plus for Lallana all in one lump sum if they decide to let him go. Transfer request or not he will only go if the manager is in agreement and there is only paper talk about Lallana wanting to go. It will be business as usual and if we get Koeman he is a quality manager and quite firm and whether any player goes or stays will be his decision. If he wants to keep a player he is most unlikely to be sold, just like Suarez last season. But with Madrid coming in with 70 million will probably see Suarez on his way this time round. That would leave Liverpool only 44 million in debt to good an offer to miss. Also there are other offers in for Lallana apparantly bigger than Liverpool's. Time will tell what happens. Everything is speculation until there is a comment from our club or player.[/p][/quote]la la had quite a bad game against honduras but it still would of put another 5 million on la la s price tag , you defo cant afford that lfc , now stand asside for the serious BIG club contenders in this auction ! fadlfc. noodlesnewman
  • Score: 0

9:14pm Sun 8 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde

ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Can I remind you that this is a Saints FC discussion site, not a Liverpool Tourist Information advertising site. Go away please.
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Can I remind you that this is a Saints FC discussion site, not a Liverpool Tourist Information advertising site. Go away please. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 4

9:16pm Sun 8 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

LFCalways wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton.

Fact ..............

An unhappy player is a liability to any club .
This is a fact..... But let saints find out the hard way as they won't listen to us!
And also there in for a shock soon enough
there?
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: If Lallana want's to leave and join Liverpool, in order to play Champions League ( which he will never ever be able to do whilst ever playing for Southampton ), and Southampton quash his ambition by refusing. He will be a very unhappy player and won't be able to give all his effort to Southampton. Fact .............. An unhappy player is a liability to any club .[/p][/quote]This is a fact..... But let saints find out the hard way as they won't listen to us! And also there in for a shock soon enough[/p][/quote]there? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 2

9:26pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Jan28th1984 says...

search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde

ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol Jan28th1984
  • Score: 0

9:53pm Sun 8 Jun 14

killared says...

MORGAN has won his first cap today bless him vs Jamaica
MORGAN has won his first cap today bless him vs Jamaica killared
  • Score: 4

9:57pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde


ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0) Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

10:06pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde



ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully!
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully! Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

10:06pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

killared wrote:
MORGAN has won his first cap today bless him vs Jamaica
A little gem of information in an utterly ruined WUM-thread. Thanks for the info.
[quote][p][bold]killared[/bold] wrote: MORGAN has won his first cap today bless him vs Jamaica[/p][/quote]A little gem of information in an utterly ruined WUM-thread. Thanks for the info. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 3

10:16pm Sun 8 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde




ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully!
No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully![/p][/quote]No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

10:25pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde





ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully!
No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.
Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully![/p][/quote]No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.[/p][/quote]Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0) Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 1

10:28pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool
echo.co.uk/news/live
rpool-news/demolitio
n-work-underway-anfi
eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season. search for the truth
  • Score: -3

10:30pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool

echo.co.uk/news/live

rpool-news/demolitio

n-work-underway-anfi

eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....? Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 2

10:58pm Sun 8 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool

echo.co.uk/news/live

rpool-news/demolitio

n-work-underway-anfi

eld-making-7235438

----

Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
Why?
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]Why? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

11:01pm Sun 8 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde






ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully!
No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.
Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0)
Hit on the head a lot, were you, that would explain a lot.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully![/p][/quote]No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.[/p][/quote]Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0)[/p][/quote]Hit on the head a lot, were you, that would explain a lot. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -2

11:05pm Sun 8 Jun 14

promised land says...

LFCalways wrote:
promised land wrote:
@LFCalways:
As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????
lol you have made my day thank you
Yeah but it has hit a nerve !
[quote][p][bold]LFCalways[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: @LFCalways: As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????[/p][/quote]lol you have made my day thank you[/p][/quote]Yeah but it has hit a nerve ! promised land
  • Score: 2

11:09pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Clever Dick says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool


echo.co.uk/news/live


rpool-news/demolitio


n-work-underway-anfi


eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....?[/p][/quote]Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield. Clever Dick
  • Score: 4

11:12pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde







ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully!
No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.
Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0)
Hit on the head a lot, were you, that would explain a lot.
Yeah,we've got a lot in common.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Sorry Osprey,I meant "your"... Must be the shock of seeing Patrick Kielty, showing Artur how to river dance successfully![/p][/quote]No you didn't you meant 'you are' or 'they are', useless Thatcher educated trolls.[/p][/quote]Absolutely...bring back corporal punishment, I still have the scars. ;0)[/p][/quote]Hit on the head a lot, were you, that would explain a lot.[/p][/quote]Yeah,we've got a lot in common. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 2

11:49pm Sun 8 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

promised land wrote:
@LFCalways:
As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????
I missed this comment of yours earlier when I went out.

Southampton a threat, you must be xxxxxy joking Ha, Ha, Ha, LoL
[quote][p][bold]promised land[/bold] wrote: @LFCalways: As a so called Liverpool fan ? You spend a lot of time on this site ? Most Liverpool fans would not bother with Saints, believing they have bigger fish to fry on the likes of Everton, Man Utd, City, Chelsea..... Unless, you are the first of many opposing fans seeing Southampton FC as a growing threat ????[/p][/quote]I missed this comment of yours earlier when I went out. Southampton a threat, you must be xxxxxy joking Ha, Ha, Ha, LoL search for the truth
  • Score: -1

12:04am Mon 9 Jun 14

Block 42 says...

hedge end bob wrote:
We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it.
Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it.
ummmm...didn't we get richard Lambert from Bristol rovers when bristol rovers were doing okay???same thing man..you sound bitter but that's football..it happens..teams want player,player goes.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it. Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it.[/p][/quote]ummmm...didn't we get richard Lambert from Bristol rovers when bristol rovers were doing okay???same thing man..you sound bitter but that's football..it happens..teams want player,player goes. Block 42
  • Score: 1

1:57am Mon 9 Jun 14

andoru says...

search for the truth wrote:
From GIVEMESPORT.COM

Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup

Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal.
Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup.
The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million.
Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result.
Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice.
Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed.
The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.
"(Liverpool) have told Lallana to force the situation"

Are they allowed to tell him anything? Surely they are forbidden from speaking to him directly without permission from Saints?
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: From GIVEMESPORT.COM Liverpool will seal Adam Lallana deal after the World Cup Liverpool will wait until after the World Cup to renew their attempts to sign Southampton captain Adam Lallana, reports Goal. Brendan Rodgers has been in hot pursuit of the winger but has found negotiating with a manger-less Southampton hard to negotiate with. Lallana has now travelled to Miami with the England squad ahead of the World Cup, forcing Liverpool to hold off their pursuit until after the World Cup. The Reds are confident that £25 million will be enough to convince Southampton to sell their captain but have told Lallana to force the situation by telling the club he wants to move to Anfield. They have already decided to up their offer from an original bid of £20 million. Liverpool know the 26-year-old is desperate to move to Liverpool to take part in their Champions League campaign and has already rejected advances from Manchester United as a result. Officials at Old Trafford were keen to bring Lallana in as part of a double swoop including Luke Shaw, but their lack of European football made Liverpool the obvious choice. Despite his desperation, Lallana is now keen to focus on England's World Cup campaign. Southampton have already confirmed that they will not consider any transfer bid until a new manager has been appointed. The Saints are keen to get every penny possible out of selling Lallana because Bournemouth have a 25% sell on clause inserted into the deal when the player originally joined Southampton as a youngster.[/p][/quote]"(Liverpool) have told Lallana to force the situation" Are they allowed to tell him anything? Surely they are forbidden from speaking to him directly without permission from Saints? andoru
  • Score: 0

7:37am Mon 9 Jun 14

long memory says...

According to Radio Solent,Luke Shaw told the Saints board that he wanted to move to manure,he stated this to them just hours after the game against manure,That's gratitude for you,thanks Luke.
According to Radio Solent,Luke Shaw told the Saints board that he wanted to move to manure,he stated this to them just hours after the game against manure,That's gratitude for you,thanks Luke. long memory
  • Score: 2

7:45am Mon 9 Jun 14

jls217 says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool



echo.co.uk/news/live



rpool-news/demolitio



n-work-underway-anfi



eld-making-7235438

----

Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.
Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me.
There's a nationwide shortage of housing.
There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield.
Skiverpool has been losing people for decades.
Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast.
Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs.
All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of.
The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from.
Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield.
They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses.
They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles.
Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though)
None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived.
Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh".
"The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint"
"Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf)
That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole.
And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny.
And people wonder why I drink!
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....?[/p][/quote]Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.[/p][/quote]Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me. There's a nationwide shortage of housing. There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield. Skiverpool has been losing people for decades. Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast. Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs. All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of. The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from. Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield. They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses. They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles. Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though) None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived. Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh". "The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint" "Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf) That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole. And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny. And people wonder why I drink! jls217
  • Score: 0

7:51am Mon 9 Jun 14

el caballo santos101 says...

long memory wrote:
According to Radio Solent,Luke Shaw told the Saints board that he wanted to move to manure,he stated this to them just hours after the game against manure,That's gratitude for you,thanks Luke.
Yet again the source for this rumour is the NC loving Ben Smith! He has said that Luke told the club at an event at a hotel after the 1-1 draw with manure. Why has it taken him so long to run with this story? Don't forget that this is the same Ben Smith who recently informed us that lalla told the club he wants to go to diverpool, why didn't he go with the Luke story first? Or has he got a mole inside the club who thought they would wait until just before the world cup to leak an overheard conversation from the end of the season. Luke according to this would have been telling the club on the Sunday before the world cup squad was announced, you would think he might have had other things on his mind!
I treat this rumour the same as I treat any rumour printed by Ben Smith!
[quote][p][bold]long memory[/bold] wrote: According to Radio Solent,Luke Shaw told the Saints board that he wanted to move to manure,he stated this to them just hours after the game against manure,That's gratitude for you,thanks Luke.[/p][/quote]Yet again the source for this rumour is the NC loving Ben Smith! He has said that Luke told the club at an event at a hotel after the 1-1 draw with manure. Why has it taken him so long to run with this story? Don't forget that this is the same Ben Smith who recently informed us that lalla told the club he wants to go to diverpool, why didn't he go with the Luke story first? Or has he got a mole inside the club who thought they would wait until just before the world cup to leak an overheard conversation from the end of the season. Luke according to this would have been telling the club on the Sunday before the world cup squad was announced, you would think he might have had other things on his mind! I treat this rumour the same as I treat any rumour printed by Ben Smith! el caballo santos101
  • Score: 2

8:35am Mon 9 Jun 14

george chivers says...

jls217 wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool




echo.co.uk/news/live




rpool-news/demolitio




n-work-underway-anfi




eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.
Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me.
There's a nationwide shortage of housing.
There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield.
Skiverpool has been losing people for decades.
Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast.
Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs.
All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of.
The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from.
Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield.
They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses.
They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles.
Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though)
None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived.
Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh".
"The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint"
"Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf)
That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole.
And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny.
And people wonder why I drink!
You maybe a drunk but without any doubt you are the new Charles Dickens. Fame fortune awaits you, which in turn will pay for a long stay in the Priory where you have in depth redemption conversations with Joey Barton. The world is your Scouse!
[quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....?[/p][/quote]Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.[/p][/quote]Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me. There's a nationwide shortage of housing. There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield. Skiverpool has been losing people for decades. Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast. Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs. All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of. The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from. Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield. They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses. They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles. Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though) None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived. Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh". "The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint" "Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf) That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole. And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny. And people wonder why I drink![/p][/quote]You maybe a drunk but without any doubt you are the new Charles Dickens. Fame fortune awaits you, which in turn will pay for a long stay in the Priory where you have in depth redemption conversations with Joey Barton. The world is your Scouse! george chivers
  • Score: 2

8:46am Mon 9 Jun 14

jls217 says...

george chivers wrote:
jls217 wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool





echo.co.uk/news/live





rpool-news/demolitio





n-work-underway-anfi





eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.
Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me.
There's a nationwide shortage of housing.
There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield.
Skiverpool has been losing people for decades.
Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast.
Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs.
All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of.
The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from.
Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield.
They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses.
They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles.
Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though)
None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived.
Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh".
"The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint"
"Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf)
That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole.
And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny.
And people wonder why I drink!
You maybe a drunk but without any doubt you are the new Charles Dickens. Fame fortune awaits you, which in turn will pay for a long stay in the Priory where you have in depth redemption conversations with Joey Barton. The world is your Scouse!
Joey (mild manners) Barton scare the hubcaps off of me. I'll stay unknown if it's all the same to you. I'm world famous in the Dog and Duck and that's more than enough for me.
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....?[/p][/quote]Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.[/p][/quote]Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me. There's a nationwide shortage of housing. There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield. Skiverpool has been losing people for decades. Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast. Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs. All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of. The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from. Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield. They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses. They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles. Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though) None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived. Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh". "The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint" "Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf) That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole. And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny. And people wonder why I drink![/p][/quote]You maybe a drunk but without any doubt you are the new Charles Dickens. Fame fortune awaits you, which in turn will pay for a long stay in the Priory where you have in depth redemption conversations with Joey Barton. The world is your Scouse![/p][/quote]Joey (mild manners) Barton scare the hubcaps off of me. I'll stay unknown if it's all the same to you. I'm world famous in the Dog and Duck and that's more than enough for me. jls217
  • Score: 3

8:49am Mon 9 Jun 14

Alicesdad says...

The whole player moves thing is now just boring. The rumours are simply rumours and divisive. We have to wait and see and that's that. I'm just fed up with all of it.

I must also say the 0-0 against Honduras is just a joke ! Did anyone see the France score?

I don't care about the weather, the conditions, it's a friendly and just a warm up. I do not care !!!!
It's the Honduras and we should beat them. Players trying to avoid injury is one thing but this was the Honduras. Get a grip, these players won an international cap for a match where they were shown up as a bunch of overpaid easily frustrated muscle bound ballet dancers.

The fact that we didn't shows that we just aren't technically adept enough to break down rudimentary defending in numbers. Roy has done well in picking a squad with the future in mind. But when they play Italy they better make sure that they're more interested in playing some football and winning than whether they smudge their nail varnish or mess up their hair gel.

Quarter finals ?? By the time we play Costa Rica we will have already booked the early plane home.
The whole player moves thing is now just boring. The rumours are simply rumours and divisive. We have to wait and see and that's that. I'm just fed up with all of it. I must also say the 0-0 against Honduras is just a joke ! Did anyone see the France score? I don't care about the weather, the conditions, it's a friendly and just a warm up. I do not care !!!! It's the Honduras and we should beat them. Players trying to avoid injury is one thing but this was the Honduras. Get a grip, these players won an international cap for a match where they were shown up as a bunch of overpaid easily frustrated muscle bound ballet dancers. The fact that we didn't shows that we just aren't technically adept enough to break down rudimentary defending in numbers. Roy has done well in picking a squad with the future in mind. But when they play Italy they better make sure that they're more interested in playing some football and winning than whether they smudge their nail varnish or mess up their hair gel. Quarter finals ?? By the time we play Costa Rica we will have already booked the early plane home. Alicesdad
  • Score: 0

9:06am Mon 9 Jun 14

Clever Dick says...

jls217 wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on.

http://www.liverpool




echo.co.uk/news/live




rpool-news/demolitio




n-work-underway-anfi




eld-making-7235438

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Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48

Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion


Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground
This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield
Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion.
The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000.
The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park.
Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin.
He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed.
“It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs.
“It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.”
The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance
The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800.
Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.
And....?
Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.
Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me.
There's a nationwide shortage of housing.
There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield.
Skiverpool has been losing people for decades.
Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast.
Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs.
All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of.
The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from.
Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield.
They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses.
They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles.
Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though)
None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived.
Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh".
"The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint"
"Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf)
That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole.
And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny.
And people wonder why I drink!
Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits.
[quote][p][bold]jls217[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Apart from transfer deals Liverpool have other important things currently going on. http://www.liverpool echo.co.uk/news/live rpool-news/demolitio n-work-underway-anfi eld-making-7235438 ---- Liverpool Echo Jun 08, 2014 21:48 Demolition work underway in Anfield making way for Liverpool FC stadium expansion Derelict homes in Lothair Road, behind the club's main stand, razed to the ground This is Anfield - storm clouds gather on the horizon as the first of many houses are bulldozed in Lothair Road to make way for Liverpool FC's extended main stand in Anfield Demolition work has begun on the houses immediately behind Anfield ahead of the stadium’s expansion. The first derelict houses in Lothair Road – which backs onto the Main Stand – were razed to the ground in readiness for the proposed expansion which will see the stand’s capacity rise by 8,500 seats to 21,000. The street will eventually be demolished to help make way for the tree-lined 96 Avenue, in memory of the Hillsborough victims – which will link Walton Breck Road with Stanley Park. Under the masterplan all houses on both sides of Lothair Road will be knocked down, along with houses on Alroy Road, Rockfield Road and Anfield Road. All the roads lie on the Main Stand side of the ground. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said he was thrilled to see work begin. He told the ECHO: “It’s great news. To see the diggers go in signifies our determination and desire for this project to succeed. “It is not only good news for Liverpool FC , it is great news for the wider community. This is a massive regeneration project which will act as a catalyst for the whole area, bringing new housing, shops and jobs. “It has been a long time coming – ideally we would have wanted to do this earlier but I am really pleased that a start has been made.” The cleared space by the main stand will allow Liverpool to increase its capacity and add a large public square in front of a new entrance The Anfield Road stand will also be extended, taking the ground’s total capacity from 45,500 to 58,800. Liverpool put in planning permission last week which, if granted, could see construction work begin early next year and be finished in time for the 2016-17 season.[/p][/quote]And....?[/p][/quote]Sorry can't believe a word of this. Let's be honest if houses were derelict in Liverpuddle the local thieves would have nicked everything. They would've needed the bricks so they could nick the wheels off every car parked within ten miles of Anfield.[/p][/quote]Okay - I'm trying to think this through so please bear with me. There's a nationwide shortage of housing. There's hundreds of empty houses near Anfield. Skiverpool has been losing people for decades. Most have move to Burnmuff, Weymuff, Skatemuff - so Scousers have gone looking for muff and houses all along the south coast. Note here - looking for muff and housing not, it has to be said, necessarily looking for jobs. All along the sarf coast we are bulldozing playing fields, commons, green field sites etc to build more houses for jobless people moving in 'cos it's more pleasant to draw dole here than the various schite holes they crawled out of. The sarf coast fills up to the point it starts to resemble Skiverpool or Kosova or whatever dream tourist location they have torn themselves away from. Then Skiverpool FC (and we know what the FC stands for don't we?) decides - I know! We'll extend the stadium for our decreasing population as the fewer of them that have jobs the more time they can spend in or around Anfield. They are rubbing their hands because they haven't had to offer any more bribes to the local labour party to help them get rid of the inhabitants of all those houses. They've picked up the now derelict streets and the only expense they have is to get rid of the burnt out cars on bricks and needles. Skiverpool get an enlarged stadium to get an extra ten thousand blokes with curly hair and taches (there's no work for barbers for a fifty mile radius around the stadium) and looking for a fight (could do with an 50k coppers though) None of these shell suit wearers are working. Their season tickets paid for by "The Sosh" as they are all suffering psychologically and socially deprived. Therefore Skiverpool get a stadium paid for by shell suits who get that money from nicking hubcaps and "The Sosh". "The Sosh" gets their money from "Guvmint" "Guvmint" mug the taxpayer (most of whom live in the sarf) That means we have paid to demolish perfectly good housing so that Scousers (and other single cell beings) can come and infest our towns, fill up our pubs wearing shell suits and red scarves and sing (out of tune) Ferrrrrrrry across duh Maaaareseeeee for 23 hours a day, tell us, how marvellous Skiverpool was before they demolished all the houses and breed with all the muff no self respecting southerner would touch with a bargepole. And today - I'll go to work to pay more taxes, to give to the Sosh, to give those with a speech impediment, to get pished and buy a season ticket, to travel back down south afterwards, to sit in my pub, to sing, take drugs and pick fights and to reminisce how wonderful Skiverpool was before they demolished all the housing and moved the burnt out cars and worst of all ram it down our throats that they have just built a hundred thousand all seater stadium and it hasn't cost them a frigging penny. And people wonder why I drink![/p][/quote]Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits. Clever Dick
  • Score: 3

10:05am Mon 9 Jun 14

search for the truth says...

Quote by Clever Dick ..............

Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits.

------

You are a most uncouth , uneducated and vile individual.

I'm sure that most decent people in Southampton do not share your stupid , immature and childish impressions about people from Liverpool.

Incidentally in which category did you place your former ace player Ricky Lambert ( who came from Liverpool ). Most people on here classed him as a very fine person, who had the respect of the mass majority of Saint's fans.

Most people in Liverpool and Southampton are fine decent law abiding people, but both cities have about the same proportion of their population who are not.
Quote by Clever Dick .............. Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits. ------ You are a most uncouth , uneducated and vile individual. I'm sure that most decent people in Southampton do not share your stupid , immature and childish impressions about people from Liverpool. Incidentally in which category did you place your former ace player Ricky Lambert ( who came from Liverpool ). Most people on here classed him as a very fine person, who had the respect of the mass majority of Saint's fans. Most people in Liverpool and Southampton are fine decent law abiding people, but both cities have about the same proportion of their population who are not. search for the truth
  • Score: -2

12:29pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde



ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Yea don't mind what I say - it's just for a laugh, mostly.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Yea don't mind what I say - it's just for a laugh, mostly. Jan28th1984
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Beer Monster says...

Block 42 wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it.
Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it.
ummmm...didn't we get richard Lambert from Bristol rovers when bristol rovers were doing okay???same thing man..you sound bitter but that's football..it happens..teams want player,player goes.
Indeed, wasn't it his goal that put us out of the cup? All the best to him I say, who wouldn't jump at the chance to play for their home team that they've supported since being a kid?

Too much willy waving going on in this thread for my liking, so I'm going to congratulate Dejan and Morgan on their contributions towards the triumphs of their respective nations, and move on to the next thread (for what it's worth).
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: We could'nt beat ten men that are classed as one of the minows in this world cup, and that's with the mighty LFC players on the pitch LOL. One good season don't make you great . We have had FIVE YEARS OF STEADY GROWTH and reached our postion in the premier league on MERIT. We also did it without poaching players from other sides when it looked like they would be a threat to us the following season. That is the price we pay for punching above our own wieght , as you put it. Produce your own young players and then you will know what real success is instead of buying it.[/p][/quote]ummmm...didn't we get richard Lambert from Bristol rovers when bristol rovers were doing okay???same thing man..you sound bitter but that's football..it happens..teams want player,player goes.[/p][/quote]Indeed, wasn't it his goal that put us out of the cup? All the best to him I say, who wouldn't jump at the chance to play for their home team that they've supported since being a kid? Too much willy waving going on in this thread for my liking, so I'm going to congratulate Dejan and Morgan on their contributions towards the triumphs of their respective nations, and move on to the next thread (for what it's worth). Beer Monster
  • Score: 0

1:27pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Jan28th1984 wrote:
search for the truth wrote:
Invidia wrote:
When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.
For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool.

Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales.

I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves.

Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club.

If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!!

I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! !
Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well.
Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there?

:-)
Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University.

http://www.nessgarde




ns.org.uk/

The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.
Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol
We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)
Yea don't mind what I say - it's just for a laugh, mostly.
OK mate,no worries..good on ya,laughs are hard to find on these threads at the moment! :0)
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: When will you lot learn that LFCcalways and search for the truth are the same posters and from the east of Southampton this is obvious by the language he uses and if you look back at some of the earlier posts he has used all sorts of log ins if you think that your postings are just banter it is not it is just feeding the WUM's so give it a rest,.It is not banter it is playground and childish behaviour.[/p][/quote]For your information Invidia I was not on this site between 11am and 4-30pm, I was enjoying the sunshine walking around Ness Gardens on the Wirral, which is near Liverpool. Sorry to inform you, but I was born and grew up in Liverpool, although I have lived in Coventry and South Wales. I do not have multiple identities on this site and I am happy to speak on my own behalf, I'll let others speak on behalf of themselves. Mosin85 is living in cloud cuckoo land and has no idea how the transfer market works, he is also a fool if he thinks Liverpool isn't a successful club. If Southampton had 5 percent of the silverware that Liverpool has in it's trophy room, you would all be saying Southampton was a very successful club. The problem for you is that, Southampton have virtually no trophies and that is a FACT !!!! I would suggest you pay a visit to Anfield and see for yourselves, what I anm talking about ! ![/p][/quote]Hey - I've been to the Ness Gardens - that is a really really nice garden centre. In fact I am happy to say it's one of the best me and the missus have ever been to, it's laid out really well. Are they still running that Greenhouse Effect experiment there? :-)[/p][/quote]Please don't belittle Ness Botanical Gardens , they are not a garden centre they are gardens open to the public carrying out research by Liverpool University. http://www.nessgarde ns.org.uk/ The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by Lois Bulley, the daughter of the founder.[/p][/quote]Ooooooooo! Get her! Lol[/p][/quote]We take it that you're comment about a "bunch of girls", was tongue in cheek then 28th? ;0)[/p][/quote]Yea don't mind what I say - it's just for a laugh, mostly.[/p][/quote]OK mate,no worries..good on ya,laughs are hard to find on these threads at the moment! :0) Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

1:38pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

search for the truth wrote:
Quote by Clever Dick ..............

Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits.

------

You are a most uncouth , uneducated and vile individual.

I'm sure that most decent people in Southampton do not share your stupid , immature and childish impressions about people from Liverpool.

Incidentally in which category did you place your former ace player Ricky Lambert ( who came from Liverpool ). Most people on here classed him as a very fine person, who had the respect of the mass majority of Saint's fans.

Most people in Liverpool and Southampton are fine decent law abiding people, but both cities have about the same proportion of their population who are not.
Search for the Truth...if you come on a Saints thread,as you have for several days now,stirring things and deliberately trying to wind people up,for no apparent reason,other than it seem to give some strange personal satisfaction,then I'm sorry,but you deserve all the abuse that's hurled your way,and have no one to blame but yourself.
If you can't take the heat,then get out of the kitchen,as they say.
[quote][p][bold]search for the truth[/bold] wrote: Quote by Clever Dick .............. Actually there is a three class system of Scousers living down south. There are the wealthy ones. They are the drug dealers. Then come the middle classes. They are the thieves. And the rest are the lower class. They are all on benefits. ------ You are a most uncouth , uneducated and vile individual. I'm sure that most decent people in Southampton do not share your stupid , immature and childish impressions about people from Liverpool. Incidentally in which category did you place your former ace player Ricky Lambert ( who came from Liverpool ). Most people on here classed him as a very fine person, who had the respect of the mass majority of Saint's fans. Most people in Liverpool and Southampton are fine decent law abiding people, but both cities have about the same proportion of their population who are not.[/p][/quote]Search for the Truth...if you come on a Saints thread,as you have for several days now,stirring things and deliberately trying to wind people up,for no apparent reason,other than it seem to give some strange personal satisfaction,then I'm sorry,but you deserve all the abuse that's hurled your way,and have no one to blame but yourself. If you can't take the heat,then get out of the kitchen,as they say. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

1:55pm Mon 9 Jun 14

jls217 says...

I'd pay to see him take the heat.
I'd pay to see him take the heat. jls217
  • Score: 1

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