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  1. #41
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    The table should now read

    Liverpool P36 PTS 85 GD +45
    City P35 PTS 81 GD +53
    Arsenal P36 PTS 80 GD +54

    Really generous giving Arsenal 3 points for their last game without the pen that was NEVER a pen & a goal incorrectly ruled out for Bournemouth it’s never that result, most likely would have dropped points without the cheating

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    2 more wins seals our fourth league title under Klopp or should do if FAPGMOL weren’t so absolutely corrupt

    We’d not have dropped as many points & the other 2 would almost certainly have dropped more if we’d not been denied the lead we should have had by corrupt match fixing officials

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    We let it slip. But that Spurs game, City penalty. Also the Arsenal Odegaadd one.

    Then you see the type of penalties City and Arsenal got. Crucial moments as it was 0-0

    The refs are just cheating and they are mow even cheating using the concepts of the law and VAR. They have clear and obvious nailed down.

    Recently we had the Africsn Cup of Nations. The officiating was world class. The use of VAR flawless. Can't think of a decision that people would go and debate forever as it was clear interpretation of the law and use of the additional referee.

    English refs has made people forget that it is actually not technology, it is another ref with replays, fucking up. Each week we have VAR debates. The debate or the heading should be ref watch, ref at it again etc.

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    Let’s just win the next 2 and finish on 91 points

    We really wouldn’t have suffered the crises of confidence if we’d had the lead we should have had when we slipped up, massive difference having a blip reducing your lead to 5 points than having a blip seeing you drop to second on GD

    Again the pressure of trying to catch us with no room for error absolutely would have told on Arsenal & City no doubt whatsoever

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    And in a game that should have seen City move to within a point of LFC

    Their win v Fulham leaves us unable to catch them courtesy of corrupt FAPGMOL officials

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    If only the lads put a shift in against Everton and Palace and didn’t let the lead slip against a poor West Ham side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LFC-DPG View Post
    If only the lads put a shift in against Everton and Palace and didn’t let the lead slip against a poor West Ham side.
    That’s all well & good to say, but EVERY team will have games in a season when they have those days, those challenging for the title not so many so when you’ve had 7 points taken away from you through officiating when having a good day, you’re not going to make it up

    Of the points taken 2 were taken in each of the games against the 2 clubs who should still be chasing us down, giving them a bonus point from a day that would otherwise have been one of those days for both of them

    We’d have had points on the board pressure of 8 or more points on both of them for a fairly long run of games, which could easily have seen them have more of those days themselves

    And also with points on the board, if we slip up & are still 5 or 6 points ahead it is highly unlikely to affect the players the same as our slipping up & dropping to second in goal difference

    Football’s a confidence game & something of a war of attrition the 7 points stolen from us by corrupt officials would have made a huge difference, we’d have likely already have the title in the bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nineteenx View Post
    That’s all well & good to say, but EVERY team will have games in a season when they have those days, those challenging for the title not so many so when you’ve had 7 points taken away from you through officiating when having a good day, you’re not going to make it up

    Of the points taken 2 were taken in each of the games against the 2 clubs who should still be chasing us down, giving them a bonus point from a day that would otherwise have been one of those days for both of them

    We’d have had points on the board pressure of 8 or more points on both of them for a fairly long run of games, which could easily have seen them have more of those days themselves

    And also with points on the board, if we slip up & are still 5 or 6 points ahead it is highly unlikely to affect the players the same as our slipping up & dropping to second in goal difference

    Football’s a confidence game & something of a war of attrition the 7 points stolen from us by corrupt officials would have made a huge difference, we’d have likely already have the title in the bag
    In yesterdays game there was a incident in the Arsenal penalty box when a Utd player, I think it was Amad, had contact not dissimilar to the Havertz dodgy penalty award for Arsenal against Bournemouth, and yet it was dismissed as clearly not worthy of a penalty…. by the Ref, the commentators and VAR alike…

    This level of inconsistency is just not acceptable regardless of the teams involved, and I am sick of hearing supposed experts jump through hoops to justify the inconsistent decisions made by these officials. On this occasion as much as I want to throw Tierney under the bus, in his defence I can understand how he may have missed it, but for VAR to be guilty of such inconsistent analysis is simply beyond fathomable…

    Personally, I would love to see a compilation of all the dodgy and ultimately costly VAR decisions that Liverpool have experienced this season compared to other examples of similar incidences and get Howard Fucking Webb to watch all of this live on Sky, and see how much he squirms trying to justify this level of inconsistent analysis and incompetence across the PGMOL against LFC.

    On viewing this I am sure that any neutral would totally understand why many LFC fans believe the PGMOL is more corrupt than incompetent..

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    The table should now read

    Liverpool P37 PTS 86 GD +45
    City P36 PTS 84 GD +56
    Arsenal P37 PTS 83 GD +55

    Boooooo now they’ve done it with the four subs, now City will finish on 90 points & we can only hit 89

    I hate that many subs in one go or one area, especially when you’re struggling for rhythm as it is

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    I'm certainly no 'statto' but look at the foul count. We're actually third in the table with 449 free kicks given against us in 37 matches. You have to contrast that with teams who are in 'possession' in the majority of matches, tend to have a much lower 'foul' count.....

    City are on 275 against them, easily the lowest in the league and bear in mind we are third in the possession table, City are top. Yet nearly every game we outfoul almost every team. Committed 15 to their 11 last night but we had over 58% possession.....

    Doesn't really stack up does it.?

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