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surprise surprise what a load of bullshit this is. So the liverpool northampton match was so insignificant in the eyes of the powers that be (sky, espn etc) that they didnt even broadcast it. it wasnt even available on streaming. Thats sky etc trying to convince neutrals and the ill informed that were not a force anymore (no one can watch us no one mentions us and we get fased out of the public view. conversely they show EVERY man u game to try and make everyone talk about united, raise their profile, constantly acclaim them as worthy champions and us as bitter bin raiding has beens.) Its so obvious they dont even bother hiding it now its just a non stop propaganda barrage. Dont believe me? Think im a football hypochondriac? So explain why they chose to show man u scunthorpe rather than chelsea newcastle. Why theyv installed anti liverpool ex players at EVERY level of commentary and punditry who do nothing but snipe at us. I watch games on mute now with music playing, and it is absolute bliss. Fair enough u cant hear the crowd but u dont have someone trying to convince u what uv just seen happen didnt actually happen (tackles, handballs, offsides, u name it they even deny things over a slo mo while u can SEE that theyre lying thru their teeth.) How many times have u seen a dubious decision in real time and then, mystifyingly, there is never a replay shown and the ***** just says oh no obviously it wasnt a foul. So anyway, surprisingly the match last night which was just two menial teams that obviously no one wanted to see suddenly becomes the most important milestone in our history, a clear indication of our demise and reason for unfettered celebration throughout the inept, retarded, incestuous cess pit of deviancy known as the sporting press. WOW i never would have predicted that!

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