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@Tranmere4ever- he's on the pool-WBA HYS, 3rd post then every 3 minutes thereafter. He thinks he has an agenda but is simply loving the responses he always gets. He's also probably very excited at being talked about right now. It's actually quite sad really but unfortunately I don't reckon we can't help him.
The people's poet = sad, pathetic mutant amoeba with no friends and such a hard keyboard troll.What caravan sorry city do you exist in, if you hate Liverpool don't visit the city or comment on things your brain cell cannot understand.Keep trolling to fill your lonely life - what a mutant you must be.
These HYS comments probably need to go now, the idiots tend to hijack every one with their whole "wind up" and "banter" mentality. It's not funny in the slightest, it's not offensive, it's just depressing really.Some of these "opinions" on here are a woeful indictment of our education system, pathetic.That's me done.
if everton is so great WHY aren't your players signing new contracts?because they can't wait to bail from this unpleasant city. who can blame them?
As normal on these BBC football pages. the lowlifes crawl out of the woodwork to spout their bitter childish comments. I'd put money on the two biggest culprits Mark****** & Someones jockstrap will be vieing for the first moronic comment on the WBA/Liverpool HYS.
Definition of slur1a : an insulting or disparaging remark or innuendob : a shaming or degrading effectDefinition of opinion1a : a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter We asked them for their opinions about the new stadium
Mckenzie and the Sun built their reputations on slanders and lies for many years and, despite the overwhealming evidence that the were (at best) misinformed and (at worst) purposefully mendacious, are unable to honestly reflect on and admit this. They continue to push their line hoping less critical readers (you?) might continue to believe them and validate their hatred. Respect to Everton. YNWA
@81. Yes, everyone can have their own opinion, but not all opinions are equal in weight, and some deserve ridicule. I wouldn't let prejudiced or offensive people into my home; Everton have simply done the same to Mckenzie and the publication that continues to support him. Yes to Voltaire, but no to shouting 'fire' in a crowded theatre.
@81: I'm not sure where to start. Apart from his comments bordering on racism, and suggesting that any wealthy scouser who isn't a footballer was a drug dealer, the fact that an LFC supporter should accuse a fan of another team of being over sensitive is comical. This wasn't an attack on EFC, it was an attack on the city.
Can't believe I'm saying this but... thank you Neverton for restoring the balance of the universe by sending United back to their rightful position in the table. Just a shame you had to ruin it by crying to the authorities just because some journalist had a pop at one of your players. Journalists have every right to express thier opinion whether you like it or not. Get over it, snowflakes. #YNWA
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