Liverpool FC " have the easiest remaing fixtures" so should challenge for title

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apparently, anyway according to RAWK

I am sure everyone has basically conceded the title to the inevitable charge from anfield ?
 

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apparently, anyway according to RAWK

I am sure everyone has basically conceded the title to the inevitable charge from anfield ?
Bow down to the rising behemoth boyo! It's on!!! :p
 

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For fucks sake there is another half the season still
 

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More than enough time for Herr Klopp and his boys to mount a title challenge then?

The point was they have the easiest fixtures

They still have 6 or 7 strong teams to take on. They have equally as difficult fixtures as anyone else.
 

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Libertadores, the thread was started by Spear. He's (in)famous for Liverpool-baiting and for having an ugly pic as his avatar.
 

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He hasn't been on here for as long as you. ;)
 

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"Massive performance and result today, we opened up the title race in an afternoon. Europe will look at this result and shudder.Next couple months will be massively interesting, if we can be top by xmas i think we can win the lot"

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Opposing the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre!!!!
apparently, anyway according to RAWK

I am sure everyone has basically conceded the title to the inevitable charge from anfield ?
:lol: He's back.

Yeah, John read and learn from the master.
 

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"Massive performance and result today, we opened up the title race in an afternoon. Europe will look at this result and shudder.Next couple months will be massively interesting, if we can be top by xmas i think we can win the lot"

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You seem pretty clued up on what gets said on a Liverpool forum Toddy.
 

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Actually, I've just had a look at who Liverpool have coming up in the next few weeks before January.

It wouldn't surprise me if they picked up at least fifteen points from those six games.
 

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Actually, I've just had a look at who Liverpool have coming up in the next few weeks before January.

It wouldn't surprise me if they picked up at least fifteen points from those six games.

I'd love to think that but our home form is pretty mediocre. There is no point in scoring 7 goals against Chelsea and City away from home whilst losing to Palace at home. The Swansea game on Sunday is big. We really should win that game, and convincingly given that Swansea have won one game in their last nine. Take 3 points from that and I'll be pretty confident about picking up a further 6 against Newcastle and West Brom. This will almost certainly have us closer to 4th with the away games against City, Arsenal, United, Chelsea and Spurs already played.

I think we're going to put in a proper challenge for that 4th spot this season, Chelsea's utterly shit start has given both us and Spurs a massive opportunity. I'd include Everton but I reckon they'll fall away in the new year.
 

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it's on again folks !

Even Victor Meldrew above is starting to get a boner........
 

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I'd love to think that but our home form is pretty mediocre. There is no point in scoring 7 goals against Chelsea and City away from home whilst losing to Palace at home. The Swansea game on Sunday is big. We really should win that game, and convincingly given that Swansea have won one game in their last nine. Take 3 points from that and I'll be pretty confident about picking up a further 6 against Newcastle and West Brom. This will almost certainly have us closer to 4th with the away games against City, Arsenal, United, Chelsea and Spurs already played.

I think we're going to put in a proper challenge for that 4th spot this season, Chelsea's utterly shit start has given both us and Spurs a massive opportunity. I'd include Everton but I reckon they'll fall away in the new year.

I'd say City and United are nailed on for the top four. The other two spots are still open. Arsenal will almost certainly get one of them which leaves four or five teams battling for that final place.

It's going to be an interesting finish to the season for the neutrals.
 

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I don't think it will end up being 4-5 teams fighting for that last place by the time we get to 35-36 games. Probably two teams, three at a push.
 

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I meant it's going to be a 4-5 horse race for now. Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton could all make a push for it.

Leicester are doing well at the minute, but I don't think anyone expects them to be in the top four come May.
 

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I am going to Liverpool vs Manchester United on January 16, should be fun :D
 

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I meant it's going to be a 4-5 horse race for now. Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton could all make a push for it.

Leicester are doing well at the minute, but I don't think anyone expects them to be in the top four come May.
you hope, because you will be digging deep in them pockets again
 

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hold the back page, daniel glasslegs sturridge injured again, cancel the party :D
 

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The best ever was the winners parade v Chelsea pre match, flags , banners, rattles everywhere............only for Slippy G to fuck it up.
 
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