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'World's Best Fans' Go Home Early As United Go Top

'World's Best Fans' Go Home Early As United Go Top

Oh, how wonderful this Premier League is. Liverpool lead the table for long, long weeks then their manager cracks up in a press conference and now the team is cracking up as well.

They even took the lead against Everton tonight but then pathetically failed to defend a set-piece and Tim Cahill headed home a richly-deserved equaliser.

And what did the Best and Greatest and Loudest and Most Loyal Fans In The Whole Wide World Do? Well, they stood up and left the stadium with their team desperately needing another point in a derby match! So much for the myth of Anfield, what a load of old crap.

Manchester United are now top of the league despite playing one game less than their rivals. The Champions have the best squad, the best manager and the most favourable fixture list after going through a hellishly difficult schedule in the first part of the season with reasonable results. It is ours to lose!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday January 19 2009
Time: 10:27PM

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gotta agree with yer, man Utd far stronger than liverpool, they are drawing too many home games... its gonna bite them on the ass. Think rafa has cracked a bit... which is even more funnier.
krisvilla
19/01/2009 22:41:00
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hahaha, i was talking to my mate who is a liverpool fan 2 minutes before cahill scored, and he was bragging about being top =P and when cahill did score,he went silent =D
fenton_01
19/01/2009 22:42:00
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It was funny to watch them leave. I'm sure United will go on to win the title as you are already top and are only beginning to pick up form.
gunnerkid107
20/01/2009 01:47:00
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Wow, what a really unbaised article. Well at least you have something to cheer about in $hitchester cause you have ***** all else
Gleeson_23
20/01/2009 13:51:00
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Cant stand supporters who leave early when the games still there to be won.There are genuine fans who due to financial constraints cannot attend maybe these so called supporters who leave early should give there season ticket to someone else if they are not going to support the team for 90mins.Lets be honest here its not just @ anfield this nonsence happens!
dannybhoy46
20/01/2009 16:33:00
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