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Everytime I hear them call him Hendo I want to break someones face
I know a guy locally who is also sometimes called "Hendo" who is also a massive cunt whose face I want to kick in. He doesn't follow European footy, but if he did, I'm sure he'd love the Shite.
Scenes when Mike Dean gives them a penalty for shirt pulling.
that Brazilian fella with the shit hair
Said this to my dad earlier, nailed on Mori on that Brazilian fella with the shit hair
What does winning a derby feel like? I can't remember.On the tactical side, this might be a match where long balls help us out, as long as we have appropriate outlets to latch onto them. I know it's a different league, but Roger Schmidt/Bayer Leverkusen have completely nullified the Tuchel/Dortmund press in a few recent meetings by playing it long regularly and not messing around with the ball at the back. Like this:https://twitter.com/11tegen11/status/782293294671925248We might actually have the personnel to pull this sort of thing off if we do it correctly and, if we can neuter their press, we take away one of their biggest attacking weapons.It helps that Leverkusen have a wicked press of their own to win some of those second and third balls. We definitely aren't there yet (and never will be because Schmidt is into way more aggressive pressing than Koeman) but last night was an improvement.
I feel fine about this.I don't think we're going to win a derby again for the rest of my lifetime anyway.StekelenbergColeman Williams Funes BainesGana BarryValencia Barkley LennonLukakuMaybe Deulofeu for Lennon but why change too much?
Mike Dean is the ref for this.Very strange.Never officiated a game of ours, and hasn't officiated the shite for 10 years so why is he suddenly in for the derby?We've all seen him ref. Do not be surprised if he's the main talking point come Tuesday morning.
No fucking clue how this will go. Barry has been one of our best performers but do we sacrifice him for the industry we showed last night? I don't know.
Dean was originally appointed to referee the 2006 FA Cup final at the Millennium Stadium on 13 May 2006 but the Football Association later replaced him with Alan Wiley after concerns were raised about Dean's ability to be impartial towards Liverpool
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