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  • Greg Greg Dec 31, 2012 13:09 Flag

    who armchair really supports?

    just interested to know who everybody thinks armchair really supports?

    my money is on chelsea. what does everybody else reckon?

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    • Should've known.. thanks for the heads up..


      says he who has no respect for women...............no wonder your always alone bobby, he he

    • It was aimed at Sean the idiot.


    • Who was this aimed at?

    • OOPS
      wrong Colin....hahahahahahahah, i stand corrected.....

      Definition of debate


      a formal discussion on a particular matter in a public meeting or legislative assembly, in which opposing arguments are put forward and which usually ends with a vote: last night’s debate on the Education Bill

      an argument about a particular subject, especially one in which many people are involved: the national debate on abortion [mass noun]: there has been much debate about prices

      [with object]
      argue about (a subject), especially in a formal manner: MPs debated the issue in the Commons [no object]: members of the society debated for five nights

      [with clause] consider a possible course of action in one’s mind before reaching a decision: he debated whether he should leave the matter alone or speak to her

      NOWHERE does it say or intimate you have to convince the other person of your point of view, thats for others to decide...........thats because that action dosent define the word DEBATE..............


    • Isn't that the whole point of having a debate you pompous skid mark, i.e. trying to convince someone of your point of view? So funny that you cant even grasp that concept. Oh I do chuckle at you. He can still have his opinion and even try to convince me that his is right if he wants. Well actually he does by posting on here.

      To think I've actually seen a couple of half decent posts from you on here. I've even agreed with you on the fact that we're a mid table team with mid table players etc. I actually think you're pretty clueless now.

      if there's one ego here mate it's yours, complete with 50 lbs/sq in stamped on the inside.

      Old Roan? you'll have to enlighten me
      I don't have a daughter. Must be one of Rooney's cast offs that you have in mind. Been there too have you?

    • ...''I'm sitting tight and will continue in my mission to get Armchair to see things my way''...

      FACISM at its best.............what a co ck.............

      you claim he is alrite yet want him to see your way of thinking.............egotistical qunt you be.

      now, back to reality.....why havent you answered me about coming to the Old Roan like you claimed you would??...........POOP POOP

      and let me on that 132 yr old daughter of yours, i dont mind a granny......................hahahahhahahahaha

    • I also see this thread as a little unpleasant and un called for. Army is fine. My only frustrattion is having to say the same things a few times but that's the person in the Armchair.

      With regar to your points on Rodgers, I would say and agree with Squirl that things are pretty much on par with the players that we have. There's more than two ways to the top from here but the two extremes are..

      1. The club does a City or a Chelsea by throwing enormous money at players to sign.

      2. You build a youth system that is simply years beyond anyone elses and produces a constant stream of gems.

      neither is easier and and the most obvious way is to mix the two by buildinfg the clubs spending power allowing bigger money signings while also focussing on youth.

      To make things a touch more complex we've also had to completely remodel the club and the squad. That's still going on with a number of players that simply haven't lived up to or just aren't the quality we're looking for.

      So for me the team is kind of where you'd expect it it to be based on the players available withe the added bonus of being a yound squad that will improve, cheap to run, and is starting to play a style of football that we'd all love to see at Anfield.

      I'm sitting tight and will continue in my mission to get Armchair to see things my way. But if he still wants the 100,000 seater stadium built by the billlionaire who owns the cornershop in Armchair World than that's fine too.

    • No problems.. Squirl..

    • I find this thread a little bit unpleasant. My take is that Armchair is as much a Liverpool fan as any of the rest of you, or me being a Chelsea fan. He has his own views which other people can disagree with, can get annoyed with sometimes, as I have. But he's entitled to his views and to express them.

      For me, he's probably the most amiable contributor to this board and he puts up with a great deal of crap thrown at him (more than I get) without ever complaining or retaliating. I think a thread like this has a hint of bullying about it and doesn't sit well with the YNWA slogan you lot like to liberally adorn your posts with.

      Go Armchair. Tell it like you see it.


      • 1 Reply to Robert M
      • This was a genuine question. If it offends, i apologise. I just find armchairs continual whinging, season after season a little bit hard to get along with, particularly when he persists in making massive sweeping generalisations, and statements with little or no grounds in truth. Liverpool are not what they were at the moment, everybody knows that. i personally dont think changing managers every half season, who have not had a chance to build there own team or develop playing styles to there full potential should be disgarded. for somebody who talks about 'one step forward, two steps back' i would have thought armchair might be on the same page on that. either way, happy new year, and heres hoping 2013 is a winner.

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