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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:09 am

Not wording your sentences properly can get you into great trouble sometimes Laughing

As i keep finding out.... Laughing

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Post by RedOranje Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:17 am

Except he tried to sign Gerrard on 2 or 3 separate occasions for a competitive price against Chelsea (£30-35m at the time) when he lost Keane and still had Scholes... that should tell you all it really needs to about how highly he rated Gerrard.

And his pursuit of a 30+ year old Lampard should really highlight how he thought of the Chelsea star as well.


People aren't really taking offense with his wording regarding Gerrard/Lampard, they're taking offense with his suggestion that he's always felt this way (which he clearly didn't) and the fact that he and others apparently have huge double standards when judging Scholes/Keane/others and Gerrard/Lampard.
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Post by M99 Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:38 am

RedOranje wrote:Except he tried to sign Gerrard on 2 or 3 separate occasions for a competitive price against Chelsea (£30-35m at the time) when he lost Keane and still had Scholes... that should tell you all it really needs to about how highly he rated Gerrard.

And his pursuit of a 30+ year old Lampard should really highlight how he thought of the Chelsea star as well.


People aren't really taking offense with his wording regarding Gerrard/Lampard, they're taking offense with his suggestion that he's always felt this way (which he clearly didn't) and the fact that he and others apparently have huge double standards when judging Scholes/Keane/others and Gerrard/Lampard.
Yeah he clearly saw them as top players just not THE best.
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Post by Dante Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:53 am

RedOranje wrote:Except he tried to sign Gerrard on 2 or 3 separate occasions for a competitive price against Chelsea (£30-35m at the time) when he lost Keane and still had Scholes... that should tell you all it really needs to about how highly he rated Gerrard.

And his pursuit of a 30+ year old Lampard should really highlight how he thought of the Chelsea star as well.


People aren't really taking offense with his wording regarding Gerrard/Lampard, they're taking offense with his suggestion that he's always felt this way (which he clearly didn't) and the fact that he and others apparently have huge double standards when judging Scholes/Keane/others and Gerrard/Lampard.
this , pretty much what crossed my mind.
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Post by mr-r34 Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:55 am

M99 wrote:
RedOranje wrote:Except he tried to sign Gerrard on 2 or 3 separate occasions for a competitive price against Chelsea (£30-35m at the time) when he lost Keane and still had Scholes... that should tell you all it really needs to about how highly he rated Gerrard.

And his pursuit of a 30+ year old Lampard should really highlight how he thought of the Chelsea star as well.


People aren't really taking offense with his wording regarding Gerrard/Lampard, they're taking offense with his suggestion that he's always felt this way (which he clearly didn't) and the fact that he and others apparently have huge double standards when judging Scholes/Keane/others and Gerrard/Lampard.
Yeah he clearly saw them as top players just not THE best.
But he said they weren't top players in any way shape or form.

Br's reaction to Fergie.

Spoiler:

Not sure how accurate the quotes are though.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england/2013/10/25/4358453/man-utd-need-10-new-players-to-win-the-title-rodgers?ICID=HP_TS_2

Prob a more accurate version of quotes below, the goal.com ones were funny though.

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-fc-brendan-rodgers-fergusons-6240271
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Post by El Jefe Fri Oct 25, 2013 5:26 pm

cyberman wrote:yes, berbatov.
how many hat tricks has gerrard scored in the utd / liverpool rivalry?
its all about accomplishments.

anyway.. mourinho asked about lampard.. i have to read it in context.
wenger? i have to read it in context.

rodgers? jumps right in, calls sir alex jealous of liverpool and tarnishes his legacy...
despite sir alex being complimentary about liverppol, even dedicating a full chapter entitled liverpool and their proud tradition.

nothing like scousers getting on that high horse..
Rodgers is from Northern Ireland. Not a scouser.

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