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Thursday, February 1

Scummy club breaks rules again

Yes again, Liverpool have cheated in football to gain something that they didnt deserve. This time they have signed Javier Mascherano - despite a FIFA rule stating he couldnt play for a third club this season. THey harrassed FIFA enough through the media to get FIFA to back down. Its a pattern with Liverpool who were too poor to finish in the top 4 recently yet got UEFA to let them into the CHampions League anyway by re-writing the rules to suit them. It doesnt stop there, Derby County were fined in the 1970s for having shirt sponsors (they were the first English club to do so). The FA fined them but when Liverpool did it second, no-one fined them. Oh well, thats life - they have lost their big buyout and will now be bought by a second rate bidder who isnt in the worlds 10 richest list and they were smashed in both cups conceding 9 goals at home in the process.


  • Excellent post Simon.

    Best of more "USA USA USA" or "Man United Buccaneers" taunts from the scousers if Gillet has his way.

    At least United fans, however naively, fought the Glazier takeover.

    So much for all the high and mighty "we are a family club and would never sell out to the Yankee dollar" shit I've been listening to from Liverpool fans for the last year.

    By Blogger TheBusbyBoy, at 4:01 PM  

  • Article 40

    The Council shall, acting in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 251 and after consulting the Economic and Social Committee, issue directives or make regulations setting out the measures required to bring about freedom of movement for workers, as defined in Article 39, in particular:

    by ensuring close cooperation between national employment services;

    by abolishing those administrative procedures and practices and those qualifying periods in respect of eligibility for available employment, whether resulting from national legislation or from agreements previously concluded between Member States, the maintenance of which would form an obstacle to liberalisation of the movement of workers;

    by abolishing all such qualifying periods and other restrictions provided for either under national legislation or under agreements previously concluded between Member States as imposed on workers of other Member States conditions regarding the free choice of employment other than those imposed on workers of the State concerned;

    By Blogger Rich, at 4:05 PM  

  • Right...that sounds very like the chants united fans have been listening to for the last year. What tune do you sing that to?

    By Blogger TheBusbyBoy, at 5:10 PM  

  • On a serious note though, what do Liverpool fans make of this? Rich? Ian?

    By Blogger TheBusbyBoy, at 7:21 PM  

  • Once things get concrete and the details of the supposed deal come out it might be easier to pass judgement.

    According to certain sources the DIC deal was all but done, but here we are....

    Burkie, didn't your lot recently sneak some dodgy lasagne into the Spurs team hotel on the last day of the Premiership season, giving the spurs boys the trots, so you could hijack the spot where your gonna finish again this season.... I'd much rather win the CL and beg to defend the trophy... Oh, you fucked that up as well last season.

    By Blogger Stand up if you hate Man u, at 10:43 PM  

  • Well good look in your superbowl tomorrow anyway. Your offence has been awesome lately and your winning % in the last 10 games is the highest in the conference.

    By Blogger TheBusbyBoy, at 9:13 AM  

  • Arf! =0D

    By Blogger Rich, at 11:05 AM  

  • I think its hilarious that Liverpool have gone from being run by unlimited Saudi money to Glazier and Glazier...
    One of these bidders declared personal bankruptcy in 1992....
    Canadian Hockey sides are poor and Dallas isnt known for Hockey. Its interesting and they have promised no ground sharing. But they only decided on this plan last week when they met at a Hockey game... nothing like impulse buying for you.

    By Blogger Simon Burke, at 11:18 AM  

  • Interesting to know.

    By Anonymous Nijole, at 12:00 PM  

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