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Honorary Scouser of the Year


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In the red corner, with a face like a woodpecker, and taking denial to a level not seen since Michael Barrymore got married, Arsene 'I'll be your Daddy' Wenger

In the other red corner, fresh from Fulham's mid table obscurity and now taking Liverpool to new Premiership levels, who put the 'Woy' in Woyful', Roy 'Who left me this sh*te' Hodgson.

Round 1

Wenger '"I don't believe we are too soft. We showed that at Chelsea where we were not dominated physically at all. On the contrary, we dominated that game physically"

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Hodgson (after getting thoroughly humped by Everton) "How is it possible to lose 2-0 when the team played as well as it did for such a large part of the game?"

Can I have the scores of the judges please.

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Extremely tough one that. I reckon Roy just shades it.

On the plus side for Liversh*te we heard some great examples on MOTD2 of the famous dictum "When criticising Liversh*te players always insert - except Steven Gerrard of course"

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Now now Moi, pissing on your own doorstep is, at the very least, bad manners. Next you will be banging on your neighbours door and yelling 'We liberated you!' through their letter box.

You may never have noticed that the French like the Americans have letter boxes at their front gates. My neighbours are four delightful young men who always invite me to their parties, so I will certainly not be bellowing Surrender Singes into their little green box.

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Whilst I have no sympathy for liverpool or there current predicament, i do have a lot of sympathy for Roy. His comments are absolutely ridiculous but when the future looks so dam dark i think he is trying a positive spin maybe just to give the new owners a bit of optimism. I still think Roy is a great manager as he proved at Fulham but Rafa really left him up the crapper with the team he inherited. So my vote has to go to Wenger because last year he also said that he didnt think drogba played well after he had scored a fantastic brace against them.

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I still dont't understand why Hodgson's time at Fulham has resulted in him being considered a great or very good manager. He took an average squad and did average things with them bar one UEFA cup run.

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I still dont't understand why Hodgson's time at Fulham has resulted in him being considered a great or very good manager. He took an average squad and did average things with them bar one UEFA cup run.

Ok valid point, not great manager but i still think he is a good manager. If he was to get fired at this stage not top managers are going to leave a job for them, so besides O'nel he looks like their best option for the forseeable future

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My vote for Wenger was before I'd read the following::

I can’t ask more of the players than they’ve given the club. I thought their workrate was outstanding, our passing was very good, our movement was good and Everton were fortunate enough to be able to defend on the back of a two-goal cushion. I think it might have been a different story had they not had the two-goal cushion

In my opinion it’s arguably the best game we’ve played since I’ve become the manager of the club. That’s my opinion based on what I saw on the field but I’m fully aware that what you see on the field is not what people base their opinions on.

They base them on results and then they try and find all kinds of other reasons why the result was what it was but for me, and I’m pretty sure I’ll be backed up by David Moyes, our performance today was a good one.

We have seen a magnificent derby game. We were on the losing side and it pushes us even deeper into the mire because we needed a result from today, in particular we needed one on the back of the new owners coming in.

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Dear god, do they inject football mangers with something now? Dominated us physically (yeah right, it was like watching a doorman hold a dwarf at arms length)? Best Liverpool have played under Woy (maybe correct to be fair, as they have been utter sh*te in pretty much every game)? Everton fortunate enough to defend a 2 goal cushion (fortunate to dominate a game for a full 60 minutes, score 2 goals and create plenty other chances, then defend that lead? jesus)

I vote for both of them to be admitted into the nut house.

delusion.jpg

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Thought he was just deluded. He has lost all respect after this

Chippy and defensive after the game, he ended his press conference in a sharp exchange with a journalist from Scandinavia who questioned the lack of supply to Torres.

'Are you from Denmark?' Hodgson asked (he considers the Danish press too negative).

'No, Norway,' replied the visitor. 'Ah, two countries I never want to work in again,' he said.

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I still dont't understand why Hodgson's time at Fulham has resulted in him being considered a great or very good manager. He took an average squad and did average things with them bar one UEFA cup run.

I agree The English Claudio Ranners !

does well with what he has but won't add to the trophy room ...........................

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I see similarities in both of them. Wenger is completely incapable of facing the demons that confront Arsenal year after year, and instead hides behind nonsense like that.

Likewise, Hodgson seems to be in a position where, no matter what he does the results are winding up the same every week. I really hope he doesnt get the sack and turns things around a little bit, because he is clearly ineffectual and in over his head. I think if they sack him, Martin O'Neill is a lock to be their next manager. I cant imagine how this place will love that :laugh2:

Dear god, do they inject football mangers with something now? Dominated us physically (yeah right, it was like watching a doorman hold a dwarf at arms length)? Best Liverpool have played under Woy (maybe correct to be fair, as they have been utter sh*te in pretty much every game)? Everton fortunate enough to defend a 2 goal cushion (fortunate to dominate a game for a full 60 minutes, score 2 goals and create plenty other chances, then defend that lead? jesus)

I vote for both of them to be admitted into the nut house.

delusion.jpg

:laugh2: That picture is amazing

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We were desperate for Rafa to continue the good work from last season but he got sacked and on came Woy. He is doing an even better job and we dont want him to get the sack but I sometime stop and think, maybe no manager is capable of lifting pool from the mire they're in. Rafa (or those Americans) has already set the wheels in motion for the unstoppable journey towards Npower Championship.

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