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Was daydreaming earlier about Aspas coming on and scoring a game-changing goal. The opposition was unclear, the joy unconfined. The possibility, unlikely, granted.

 

Speculative, obviously, but is there a possibility that an unlikely hero could make a real difference in the remaining games of this season, just like John Flanagan has in the middle half of the season to date?

 

How about Iago? Or Moses (yeah, right ... as if he'd harm Chelsea...). Perhaps Assaidi? - Stoke City have already beaten Chelsea this season at theirs, so Oussama has arguably already played a part for LFC in helping us to keep in touch. Do we see the same XI/XII (Sterling for Coutinho or vice versa) for the remainder of this season or could we be holding out for a hero?

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My brother Sylvester.

What's he got?

He's got a row of bloody medals on his chest (big chest!)

He killed forty thousand Indians in the West

He takes no rest

He's got an arm like a leg

And his fist sinks battleships

Takes all the army and the navy

To put the wind up Our Sylvest.

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We are playing at home and the opposition have parked the bus, Johnson gets the ball out on the right, he dips his shoulder cuts in 20 yards out, let's rip with a left foot drive into the top corner.

 

please make it Chelsea, at around 93:28 when there was only 3 added minutes, and the game was heading for 0-0...

 

please...

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Kolo. Running from deep, defenders backing off, Suarez and Sturridge screaming for the ball, he draws back the anvil that usually flaps aimlessly from his long, sinewy leg, and the ball resounds like a satellite-guided tungsten-tipped arrow into the gaping onion bag. A nanosecond of bewildered perplexity before the Kop erupts into ecstasy. Newcastle are defeated. The title is ours.

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Kolo. Running from deep, defenders backing off, Suarez and Sturridge screaming for the ball, he draws back the anvil that usually flaps aimlessly from his long, sinewy leg, and the ball resounds like a satellite-guided tungsten-tipped arrow into the gaping onion bag. A nanosecond of bewildered perplexity before the Kop erupts into ecstasy. Newcastle are defeated. The title is ours.

Voice from downstairs: "I've told you not to press the snooze button on that gadget of yours, Matthew. You'll have to skip breakfast or you'll be late for work"

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Not a bit-part player, but would love Lucas to come back and play a pivotal role in steering us toward the title. One of my favourite Liverpool players over the past 10 years because he still so underrated by the media, other fans and even some of our fans

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Voice from downstairs: "I've told you not to press the snooze button on that gadget of yours, Matthew. You'll have to skip breakfast or you'll be late for work"

:) must stop eating cheese at night.

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Speculative, obviously, but is there a possibility that an unlikely hero could make a real difference

 

Do we see the same XI/XII (Sterling for Coutinho or vice versa) for the remainder of this season

Basically we've got 12 players and they need to play as & when.

 

The only one to possibly add to this dozen is Lucas if Gerrard gets suspended.

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My brother Sylvester.

What's he got?

He's got a row of bloody medals on his chest (big chest!)

He killed forty thousand Indians in the West

He takes no rest

He's got an arm like a leg

And his fist sinks battleships

Takes all the army and the navy

To put the wind up Our Sylvest.

 

Great sone that. It's been sadly overlooked.

 

Kids today...

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Would love one of our loan players to (seemingly) innocuously injure Hazzard.

 

Sunderland, between them they have a king maker, the kingmaker will be Adam Johnson, scores the winner v Chelsea 1-0 and the equaliser v Man City 2 - 2

 

Tony Pulis is king maker. - Chelsea, City and us all have to go to Palace. Just can't see all 3 teams winning there. Chelsea look the best equipped to withstand the long balls, set pieces and being kicked all over the place.

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