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Team of 2000s

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by LeTallecWiz, Jun 27, 2022.

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  1. refugee

    refugee 4 * Xpert 11 Champ + only Veisercount Cup winner Member

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    He was always injured for the first few years he played. So he probably just increased the strength of his tackles every time.

    If he hadn't had his his wisdom teeth removed he'd probably be a mass murder.
     
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    Markeh Very Well-Known Member

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    The victims were all cut in half with brute force, it takes great anger and passion to do such a thing yet the only links we can find are that they all played football professionally and didn’t like Phil Collins…
     
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    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    Reading through this thread just makes me grateful that I’m supporting Liverpool - in my time I’ve seen so many incredible players here, true artists like Xabi and Thiago, hard grafters like Kyut and Carra, ruthless killers like Suarez and Salah, generational talents like Van Dijk and Gerrard and everything in between. There is nothing like watching the absolute top level talent and characters doing their thing and we’ve been blessed with so many.
     
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    Don't forget Fowler.

    Him, Macca and Barnes made me fall in love with Liverpool for the first time.

    Too bad they were managed by Uncle Roy and Rick Parry. Absolutely clueless bunch.
     
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    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    They were a bit before my times, but I would have loved Fowler for sure. Barnes too.
     
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    I'm sure Chelsea, utd, arsenal could say similar about players that have played for their club over the last 22 years
     
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    Yeah, but they would be delusional. Imagine being a Chelsea fan and your hero being John Terry! Or United, Rooney!
     
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    Sure, most big clubs could say the same.
     
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    Or zola and ronaldo
     
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    And they probably all feel they are more lucky than other teams. I've grown up a Liverpool fan, don't remember a time before I was. Earliest memories of football are Kenny scoring in the European Cup final. I was about 7 then and already a massive fan. I don't think I ever decided to support them I just grew up one
     
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    Owen doesn't get in there.
    In the same way there's a soft spot for players, there are also some sore points
     
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    Just thinking strikers alone, we've been super blessed.

    Salah, Mane, Bobby are a great front three but then Sturridge, Suarez, Sterling were also great
    Add in Torres, Owen, Cisse, Fowler (obv) push Coutinho into that mix alongside a player like Crouch.. Anelka (wish he'd stayed)

    Jota, Diaz, Nunez to add to that list of amazing strikers.

    But as been pointed out before I'm going

    Mane, Suarez, Salah
     
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    Cisse is surely a joke? Is that a whoosh?
     
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