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  • dsteer_lfc_68 dsteer_lfc_68 Dec 27, 2012 22:48 Flag


    I suppose I'm going to have to cut and paste this again:

    Empirical Evidence - Information that is acquired by observation or experimentation.

    Now that is directly from a Google look up, so unless you’re having trouble reading it, I'm not sure what to say.

    I observe more passes, more accurate passes, more possession, a better flowing football, more decent chances created, over what I observed a year ago. Not sure I can get any clearer than that?

    Now not sure what you observe, although maybe it’s fair to say you don't watch as many LFC games as I do, at least not the full 90 so maybe your relying on other sources other than your own direct observation, or maybe you’re just trusting those editors at Match of the Day to show you highlights that are actually representative of how the entire match was played rather than just the bits around the goal mouth, controversial bits, or what were the favorite clips of the talking head hosts.

    But hey ho, I know what I see with my own eyes, and won't tell you you’re blind if you can't see the same thing, but assume for some reason you have, or choose to have a different perspective on things.