He’s english and its good to have one or two to toy about with in the squad. If he works out great, if not he can be shoveled into the likes of Celtic and become a cult hero.
England have just beaten Italy 3-1 in the World Cup Semi Final in Korea. Liverpool new boy Dominic Solanke scored twice. England’s first world cup final in any grade since 1966.
Soccer in Italy is in terminal decline .
They face Venezuela in the final and by the time they meet both countries could be governed by Marxists .
Venezuela have been taken to ET in all three knock out games. England will win.
Rubbish. This was Italy’s first ever semi-final appearance in this prestigious tournament (Ireland were semi-finalists in 1997), so the game is obviously starting to blossom there.
I stand corrected . This week saw this defeat to England and Juventus’ meek surrender to Real Madrid .
12th Watford (a) 3pm
19th Crystal Palace (h) 3pm
26th Arsenal (h) 3pm
9th Manchester City (a) 3pm
16th Burnley (h) 3pm
23rd Leicester City (a) 3pm
30th Newcastle United (a) 3pm
14th Manchester United (h) 3pm
21st Tottenham Hotspur (a) 3pm
28th Huddersfield Town (h) 3pm
4th West Ham United (a) 3pm
18th Southampton (h) 3pm
25th Chelsea (h) 3pm
29th Stoke City (a) 8pm
2nd Brighton and Hove Albion (a) 3pm
9th Everton (h) 3pm
13th West Bromwich Albion (h) 8pm
16th Bournemouth (a) 3pm
23rd Arsenal (a) 3pm
26th Swansea City (h) 3pm
30th Leicester City (h) 3pm
1st Burnley (a) 3pm
13th Manchester City (h) 3pm
20th Swansea City (a) 3pm
30th Huddersfield Town (a) 7.45pm
3rd Tottenham Hotspur (h) 3pm
10th Southampton (a) 3pm
24th West Ham United (h) 3pm
3rd Newcastle United (h) 3pm
10th Manchester United (a) 3pm
17th Watford (h) 3pm
31st Crystal Palace (a) 3pm
7th Everton (a) 3pm
14th Bournemouth (h) 3pm
21st West Bromwich Albion (a) 3pm
28th Stoke City (h) 3pm
5th Chelsea (a) 3pm
13th Brighton and Hove Albion (h) 3pm
Not a bad start or run in.
We’ll take that.
Liverpool will win the title at the Bridge.
A throwback to the last league win of course.
The only one I barely remember them winning. Was it this one that settled it?
I can’t open it but pretty sure Ronny Rosenthal had a part to play.
I think you’re thinking of 85/86 when King Kenny volleyed us to the first part of the double in the final game at Chelsea.
Yeah - I think that’s it. I had it in my head that Dalglish scored but knew that couldn’t have been 90.
Did Kenny pick himself for the big one having left himself out for a few games previous?
Is that a rhetorical question?
I don’t understand big words like that,
It is a question alright, I find an answer is a suitable response.
Who was the manager at the time?