Pure Conjecture Or What?

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 As a quite diabolical decision,
Reduces us down to ten
Them Koppites heap derision,
On a smiling match stick man.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Frankie Lampard says “It would have ended as a no score draw,
If I’d have played both halfs”
If Monday’s heavy snow had come on Sunday at around about four,
Frankie son, then postponed was our best chance!



What’s Frankie Lampard on about? How does he know what the score would have been and what would have happened if he’d stayed on the pitch for the full ninety minutes?

Big Phil said he went to Anfield looking to win the game. That’s not how it looked to me, Phil mate from where I was sitting, on the sofa indoors.

At least them Koppites and me agree on something, the totally inept, once again, performance of one…. Mike (Smiley) Riley.

Why was our man Boswinga allowed to stay on the pitch after kicking out at Yossi Benyoum? When he should have at least been nicked for common assault. What’s a linesman doing, standing out there, watching that kind of stuff going down and doing sweet FA about it?



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