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18 Jun 2024 14:57:09
Question for the Eds (maybe mostly Ed25) and all others.

My favourite game of the year was always against Everton.
(Followed by against Man U. Nottingham Forest, Tottenham, Aston Villa and then Arsenal)

Do you or anyone see that as being a top of the league clash again in the next 5 years?

We all talk about trophy's but my best memories have come from the week leading to, and the night after those games. Yes going back almost 40 years since my first time at Anfield, and it's those times that have made me the fan I am today. Not the trophies.

{Ed025's Note - im not a big fan of the modern day derbies HKK, they used to be fun years ago with both sets of supporters going to the game together and having a good time whoever ended up the victor, now i feel it has turned very toxic mate and the last time i went it was very intimidating i have to say, singing nasty songs about each other and gesturing in a violent manner, i think the gap between the have,s and have not,s is getting wider so i dont see the 2 of us on the same plane anytime soon im afraid..

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18 Jun 2024 15:39:17
Agree with Ed here - my favourite memories are Derby day, me and my brother as reds and my dad and grandad blue noses. It was always such good fun and the winner would get gloating rights.
Now it's toxic and bitter between both sets of fans.
Ed, looks like a lot of interest from buyers for Everton with some big players rumoured to be involved, could be a real opportunity to get the club back to where it belongs.

{Ed025's Note - if only it was as simple as that Stuie, where money is concerned you always get sharks mate, some of them look like they could be a good fit but im sitting on the fence for now and see what transpires..

18 Jun 2024 20:06:28
My fav. derby moments were when in the 04/ 05 season at Anfield where Gerrard gets stupidly sent off, Everton had the advantage and STILL got battered 3-1. Rent Free, I tell ya.

The other moments were when Big Div continuously ruined Everton on a season to season basis and even the thug Funes Mori's attack on him couldn't keep him down.

Wouldn't you agree, Ed25?

{Ed025's Note - absolutely not Oli, Lliverpool players have always been wimps, if its not "Funes Mori tackles too hard" its "Pickford caught VVD on his leg and it really hurt", your girly goo players need to man up mate...stop using all that Nivea for men codswallop and start using some fiery jack it might make men out of them..

18 Jun 2024 20:53:23
Couldn’t agree more ed25

I think social media is a massive reason for this toxicity. Gives a voice to the worst versions of society.

Everyone’s desperate to make someone into a meme or the next joke. Or throw out vile abuse and hide behind anonymity.

{Ed025's Note - spot on Navy, i have not been to a derby for 8 years mate, the supporters of both clubs can be vile to each other and i dont want any part of that mate..

18 Jun 2024 22:31:16
Spot on there Navy.

19 Jun 2024 00:36:45
Pickford's kung fu want to be tackle was out of order, even for a derby.

Hiding behind some kind of gladiatorial mentality as justification for tackles like that is asinine. and we can debate about opinions and whatever. at the end of the day it was way high and took out a player for months and likely had continued to impact him for months after he'd recovered.

I don't understand the mentality at all that that kind of challenge is ok "in a derby". Like, if that is the principle you're after, then you're more than welcome to it.

{Ed025's Note - it was only to wind Oli up Faith, lighten up a bit mate..

19 Jun 2024 02:01:32
Yeah well said Navy and Ed25. I couldn't agree more.

19 Jun 2024 07:12:55
Growing up in the 70s and experiencing true derbies, the toxic nature of modern derbies is a bit foreign to me. The FA cup final of 86 was a great Merseyside event. Even though Everton lost, we still travelled back on trains and coaches together with little trouble.
Big fan 025, but I think you're being a bit harsh on the "soft" nature of Liverpool players.

{Ed025's Note - just a bit of friendly banter Burkey, chill mate..

19 Jun 2024 09:20:42
I remember both sets of fans singing "are you watching Manchester" together.

19 Jun 2024 09:21:51
Remember going to the 1984 milk cup final, as it was called then. I was actually in the everton end, most of the stadium was singing Merseyside Merseyside, but as people say that's is definitely a thing of the past nowadays. shame really .

19 Jun 2024 10:03:08
25 - my reply wasn't directed solely at you. Although, in saying that I'm pretty sure there is a part of you that believes what you say you were joking about? c'mon ed, true!? :D.

{Ed025's Note - not really Faith, you should know me better than that mate..

19 Jun 2024 15:27:56
Ah, Ed25. You're such an easy target, it's frightening. Look how all bent outta shape you are. Brilliant!

{Ed025's Note - im just playing the game Oli, nobody gets the better of me in a discussion mate...i am famous for it mate.. :)

19 Jun 2024 22:24:01
25 - I know you as old school so I can see you believing it lol but if I've called it wrong then my bad! On another note, some of what you said about the delicate Liverpool players reminds me of my mum who is 67 and when she used to comment about rugby players hair styles and that was the reason they weren't tough enough to win their games. "Spend all their time on their hair and not enough time learning how to catch the ball" lol :D.

{Ed025's Note - im with your mum on this one Faith, not a big fan of man buns or Alice bands im afraid mate, or moisturizer, shaving balm or face packs for men, a bit old fashioned you might say..or not with it as my old ma used to say, i like men to be men and women to be women mate, im actually quite fond of smelling like a sweaty sock and my bird having the aroma of scented rose petals....thats the way things should be.. :)





 

 

 
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