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    Default Cardiff v Liverpool: A visit to Gringots

    Liverpool travel to Cardiff on Sunday, who with a win against Brighton have some hope of staying in the league. Needless to say that Warnock is a **** and I have no love for Cardiff, so with City facing Spurs again, another three points is necessary. We should have enough to break down the parked bus, but we will need Virgil & Matip to stay vigilant on the set pieces. Would have preferred Gomez over Trent for that purpose, but not sure he's fit to start a match.

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    A little birdie is saying AOC at some stage. Don’t know if he’s even in the squad.

    Btw, 2 of the top 6 are in the CL semi-finals.
    Another 2 of the top 6 are in the Europa semi-finals.
    The other 2 are in Manchester.

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    Alisson;

    Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson;

    Henderson, Wijnaldum, Keita;

    Salah, Firmino, Mane.


    Substitutes: Mignolet, Gomez, Fabinho, Milner, Sturridge, Shaqiri, Origi.

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    That little birdie is deep fried. No AOC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samarkand View Post
    That little birdie is deep fried. No AOC.
    As good as the OX is, wouldn't want to see him back at this stage, these lads are firing on all cylinders, afriad he would be more of a hindrance trying to get back his seas legs. lets save him fro next season.
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    Default Re: Cardiff v Liverpool: A visit to Gringots

    What's up with the "ball boys" situation? Was n't that un-sportmanlike?
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    Another workmanlike win, great strike from Gini. Millie's Father Time celebration after the PK was very good. Roll on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olt View Post
    What's up with the "ball boys" situation? Was n't that un-sportmanlike?
    What happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samarkand View Post
    What happened?
    There were no ball boys initially. So the players had to retrieve the balls themselves. So, sometimes our players had to get the balls even it was Cardiff's throw-in. Too much time was wasted because of that. Even with that, there was only 2 minutes of added time in the first half only.
    The commentators even made a comment asking "would the ball boys come back after we scored".

    Then, after we went up 2-0, (could be earlier), the ball boys re-appeared.
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    Job done. Man I hate Warnock.

    Hoping that Ole gets a good response from the United team on Wednesday, but they are pants. Think we'll need Dyche to park the bus to take points of City.

    Listen, if City win every game from here, they deserve the league. Honestly, the run of wins from both our sides is pretty spectacular.
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