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  1. LeTallecWiz
    Created by LeTallecWiz
    Jan 15, 2020 at 12:47
    Made me chuckle

  2. ctlovesred
    Created by ctlovesred
    Jan 15, 2020 at 06:17
    A close friend and recent convert to the Church of Liverpool FC noted that Dennis Bergkamp was the non-LFC player he would have most liked to have seen live, pointing out his goal against Argentina as one of the reasons why.  I told him to go watch the clip of his turn and goal against Newcastle - sheer perfect genius.  

    I started rummaging around YouTube for other top goals and came across a video of Seedorf’s greatest goals and found myself saying (to myself, because my wife couldn’t care less about football of either variety), “Seedorf’s ability to strike the ball is as good if not...
  3. Treboeth
    Created by Treboeth
    Jan 14, 2020 at 23:59
  4. bluebell
    Created by bluebell
    Jan 14, 2020 at 18:07

    Looks like a real prospect
  5. King Binny
    Created by King Binny
    Jan 14, 2020 at 16:19

    (Remember @Modo shared this before:)

    Article: Former Liverpool and Juventus midfielder Momo Sissoko has announced his retirement from football.

    The ex-Mali international, who turns 35 on January 22, last played in the French second-tier for Sochaux last season.

    "If I am here this evening, it is to tell you that it is the end for me," Sissoko told French television channel RMC Sport.

    "I stop my career. It is a...
  6. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Jan 14, 2020 at 03:10
    I can't look at this picture without imagining a cat toy hanging from Klopp's hand, like a toy mouse or a wand. It's not time to gloat yet, but I think there is a lot of poetic justice in this; with Mou setting up his team exactly how he did in the Gerrard slip game, down to the small detail of a young defender making his debut – but this time instead of apocalyptic battle of good vs evil, passion vs cynicism, Liverpool just brushed them aside on a way to another more or less routine victory. Even the Lady Luck was on our side, which made Mourinho even more sour....