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  1. 15 points
    I know a guy who says he is a football scout plus agent and is a sports journalist and is a chairman of a football club and he once faked his own death
  2. 11 points
    @Blue @SirBalon @Blue I'm sick of reading your half baked 'tactical analysis'. Now you fuckers listen to me, cause a real man is talking here. France are spinless turds, sorry Batard but you're boys outside of Lucas 'big spanish dick' Hernandez, N'golo 'steal yo ball and steal yo girlfriend' Kante, and Lebron Griezmann are bordeaux slurping, allah worshipping, pencil necked, babies. The skipper OOOHGO Lloris is a Monegasque-Catalan spastic that can't forget the twinkle of Gourcuff's green eyes when stopping balls coming at his face. BIG PAUL WARRIOR is going run wild on your defence like Hulkamania ran wild on another Frenchie Andre the Giant at Wrestlemania 3. FACE THE PICTURE, Mbappe is a goblin from middle-earth, and Pogba shows how worthless he is without me having to tell you; and don't get me started on Nabil Fekir, I don't even need to say it but I know you lot know his name sounds like 'Nobby Fucker'. That is all the tactical analysis you lot need and If this was a mathematical equation it would be D+I+S+A+S+T+E+R which spells DISASTER for you.
  3. 10 points
    Guys, sad news. Im off to Mexico for ten days. Which means I'll miss the start of the World Cup (on tf365). However, when I'm back I expect to see... Plenty of Dancing Bananas!! Plenty of content from @Stan @Dan to win a football bet A post from @SirBalon I understand. Everybody to have the knowledge worthy of degree in Peruvian Football History courtesy of @Blue @Dr. Gonzo to make a post which is just one sentence. @Cannabis to return from his holiday over his obsession with Portugal. @Cicero to mention after every man of the match is announced how Chelsea could have signed him if they sorted out their manager. @LFCMadLad not to mention Everton once in this section. @Teso dos Bichos to up the hype about how great Neymar is. @DeadLinesman to dab every time Paul Pogba scores. @Storts to be critical of Harry Kane when he doesn't score as many goals as the media expect him to against Tunisia. @Marcto stop giving negative rep to Brian. @Devon Von Devon to get the tables. @Fairy In Boots to pull up @Lucas on his Korean jokes. Saudi Arabia to score a goal to repay the faith shown by @Eco @Inverted to make a positive post about England. .... and @bozziovai to finish my 100 days countdown.
  4. 8 points
    GROUP STAGE results/tables after Round 1 GROUP A @nudge 29-12 Stan @Rucksackfranzose 23-23 @Dan GROUP B @YNWA 27-10 @LFCMike @Devon Von Devon 16-9 @Blue GROUP C @Storts 16-24 @Tommy @Eco 21-22 @Chaaay AFC GROUP D @SirBalon 19-21 @Harvsky @Batard 19-24 @Bluewolf GROUP E @...Dan 12-36 @Panna King @Viva la FCB 17-22 @The Palace Fan GROUP F @Spike 26-24 @RandoEFC @Lucas 27-19 @Toinho GROUP G @bozziovai 15-25 @UNORTHODOX @Mel81x 17-14 @ASF GROUP H @Asura 11-13 @BartraPique1932 @Marc 23-28 @Machado
  5. 7 points
    Tactically i'm not impressed with Croatia...... 3-0 win over Argie is just not good enough. tactics tactics tactics
  6. 7 points
  7. 7 points
    Update - Day Seven Casualties (0) On a day where many of our remaining contenders had their survival on the line, the Last Man Standing contest fails to claim any further victims on this occasion. Survivors (21) An unprecedented 84% of those still standing progressed this afternoon. Today's appetiser saw @BounceAroundTheGround, @Tommy, @Bluewolf, @bozziovai and @Machado watch on nervously as Portugal held on to take victory against Morocco in a game that saw the TF365 community fall even more deeply in love with CR7. In the 4pm kick off and today's main event, it may have been closer than many would have expected, but Luis Suarez' strike was enough to keep those who backed Uruguay alive for another round, namely @Dan, @Stan, @nudge, @Devon Von Devon, @...Dan, @DeadLinesman, @The Artful Dodger, @Teso dos Bichos, @shut up, @Cannabis, @Berserker, @Toinho, @Mel81x, @Viva la FCB, @Lucas and @Marc. All 21 of you are now free to pick a fixture from the final round of group games whenever you are ready - these are listed below. Bear in mind that you cannot pick a team that you have picked in a previous round! I understand that many of you will want to see how the rest of the second fixtures pan out before making a final pick for the third round, so come Sunday night, I will tag anyone who hasn't made a pick as a reminder. If you don't necessarily pop on every day I might suggest that you make a pick before then as a placeholder so that you don't get eliminated by default! Not in play today (4) With so many people backing Uruguay or Portugal, the next few days will see something of a lull for the Last Man Standing competition, with the four remaining contenders waiting until Friday (Brazil) or Sunday (England) to find out whether they'll make it into the third stage which starts on Monday. Try to overcome the grief of missing out on daily updates on the competition, and enjoy the football regardless! Round 3 (Group Stage 3) Fixtures Uruguay v Russia Saudi Arabia v Egypt Spain v Morocco Iran v Portugal Australia v Peru Denmark v France Nigeria v Argentina Iceland v Croatia South Korea v Germany Mexico v Sweden Serbia v Brazil Switzerland v Costa Rica Japan v Poland Senegal v Colombia Panama v Tunisia England v Belgium
  8. 7 points
    One day I dream of a thread where SirBalon doesn't make it gay
  9. 7 points
    Update - Day Three Casualties (3) Oh Leo, Leo, Leo. Three of the remaining thirty-four contenders will have their champagne left permanently on ice(land) as Messi, a man that many deem to be the best player of all time, can't even score a penalty against a team managed by a dentist. Today's losers are @RandoEFC, @tlr and @SirBalon, who as we speak is typing about his new Cristiano Ronaldo pyjamas in the Men's Fashion Trends thread. Survivors (6) @Cannabis will be dabbing long into the night, having been the only person to go with France this early in the competition. He is joined by five further contenders, who saw Croatia comfortably dispatch Nigeria to carry them into the second round without having to use up one of their big hitter picks - smart picking by @Devon Von Devon, @The Artful Dodger, @Teso dos Bichos, @Rucksackfranzose and @Tommy. The six of you can now make your pick for the second set of fixtures, again listed at the end of this post. Not in play today (25) We now have a total of 12 players into the second round, and a further 19 waiting to find out their fate over the next few days as to whether they will join them or suffer the embarrassment of not even being able to predict one team to win at the World Cup (). Tomorrow, three more contenders (one backing Germany, two backing Serbia) will be the next to find out. Enjoy Sunday's games everyone! Round 2 (Group Stage 2) Fixtures Russia v Egypt Portugal v Morocco Uruguay v Saudi Arabia Iran v Spain Denmark v Australia France v Peru Argentina v Croatia Brazil v Costa Rica Nigeria v Iceland Serbia v Switzerland Belgium v Tunisia South Korea v Mexico Germany v Sweden England v Panama Japan v Senegal Poland v Colombia
  10. 7 points
    Sergio Ramos ladies and gentlemen. “Fuck, they’ve given this a lot of attention, the Salah thing. I didn’t want to talk about it because in the end it gets magnified, but looking closely at the play, he grabs my arm first and I fall the other way. He hurts his other arm, but then people are saying it was a judo move.” “I talked with (Salah) through messages and he is doing really well,” Ramos said. “If he had (an injection) he even could have played in the second half. I’ve done it a few times. It wasn’t such a big deal, but it seems that when it’s Ramos who does something, it gets a little more attention.” “Then the goalkeeper says he was dazed because of a collision with me,” Ramos said. “Next thing Firmino will say he had a cold because a drop of my sweat fell on him.” What a legend.
  11. 7 points
    Group D the group of death! @SirBalon @Batard @Bluewolf Mainly because these members have one foot in the grave
  12. 7 points
    1. Mad 2. How 3. Everyone 4. Is 5. Trying 6. To 7. Predict 8. The 9. Premier 10. League 11. Table 12. When 13. The 14. World 15. Cup 16. Hasn’t 17. Even 18. Started 19. Yet 20. Everton
  13. 7 points
    Ill try to help you out; None of them are rattled or having a melt. they where having a good debate imo and you threw yourself in the middle without reading from the start what the debate was even about and further more jumped on a few words taken out of context. Is this finally where this thing finally applies?
  14. 7 points
    All over Europe, quite often mid/bottom table clubs are winning their country's cups despite not having the smallest chance of winning the league. Cups are easier to win because sides like Roma can beat Barcelona with the right momentum, yet in 30 games Barcelona would win 25 simply because they are way better. If the Champions League was an actual league, the best side would win it every year as winning a league requires a great deal of being consistently the best. When it comes to competitions in a cup format however, you only need to be the best on a particular day. Cup comeptitions are more fun and "hype" because of this.
  15. 7 points
    Historic team. Truly incredible achievement Real accomplished last night. The best Barcelona in history, that had Ronaldinho, Messi, Iniesta, Puyol, managed to win 4 European Cups in 10 years. This team did it in half that time. Had Barcelona done what Real just did, you'd never hear the end of it. And still, I see people are trying to belittle this achievement. Take a day off. Zidane, what a legend. 3 Champions League in 2 and a half years. He could retire from management and be considered one of the best of all time. As for Ronaldo, poor timing to go on and say what he did, just after they made history. He's 33, so he should know better by now. Still, he'll always be remembered as the main player of this side. Obviously, he doesn't play alone, but much of what they accomplished in the last 9 years is his 'fault'. I know the majority won't agree, but this is the best team I've seen in my lifetime. To the Liverpool lads, chin up. It was a terrific ride for you and, if you can keep most players and add 3-4 quality ones, you can easily be there or thereabouts next season. Congrats to the Real boys. Enjoy the win. I feel like yesterday was the swan song of this legendary side.
  16. 7 points
    Sergio Ramos is definitely the kind of guy who would unplug your life suport machine to charge up his phone
  17. 6 points
    Very strange. Congrats after 2 straight losses and no goals, can't tell if it's sarcasm?
  18. 6 points
    Update - Day Six Casualties (5) An absolute massacre this afternoon saw five casualties in the final pair of fixtures for Round 1. @StefBWFC, @Inverted and @Panna King are all victims, having backed Colombia to beat Japan, while @Eco and @Harvsky see their hopes Pole-axed by Senegal. Survivors (0) On a day with no survivors, and with Japan playing their part in that, I thought it was appropriate to search for a Kamikaze .gif. However, I found this instead and thought it would be rude not to share it with @Toinho. Nobody makes it through today, and nobody bet either way on the Russia-Egypt game for Round 2, so that concludes the opening exchanges. Not in play today (25) We started with 35 contenders and have already lost 10 to the brutal unpredictability of the first 16 games of the 2018 World Cup. Of the 25 surviving candidates, I am only waiting for a second pick from @BounceAroundTheGround and @shut up - the Round Two fixtures (minus Russia - Egypt) have been posted below again for your convenience. Thanks to the rest of you for your prompt predictions. Tomorrow, a whopping 15 players have backed Uruguay to defeat Saudi Arabia, with another 3 backing Portugal against Morocco. By the time Iran and Spain kick off tomorrow evening, we could be left with anything between 7 and 25 contenders. Exciting times! Enjoy the excitement folks! Round 2 (Group Stage 2) Fixtures Russia v Egypt Portugal v Morocco Uruguay v Saudi Arabia Iran v Spain Denmark v Australia France v Peru Argentina v Croatia Brazil v Costa Rica Nigeria v Iceland Serbia v Switzerland Belgium v Tunisia South Korea v Mexico Germany v Sweden England v Panama Japan v Senegal Poland v Colombia
  19. 6 points
    This is the flaw of this team. The midfield. Coutinho is a strange player to evaluate. He is so talented and a goal threat with his shot, he also has all the attributes to be a great attacking midfielder, but his playmaking leave a lot be desired. He alone is not enough. Paulinho and Renato Augusto were always poor choices for the midfield. Fred may be the only midfielder in the entire squad with a different dynamic of passing. Tite decided to take players he´s familiar with and forego other options. Allan, from Napoli, Arthur, Fabinho were never given chances. He didn´t even try to experiment other options. Upfront, Gabriel Jesus was terrible. He fought the ball. It was not pleasant to see. Firmino did much more than him in the time he played. To answer @Kowabunga ´s question, no, Neymar is not totally fit. Poor match by him. And his antics are irritating. Shoudn´t have played the 90 minutes, Douglas Costa should have entered this match. Can´t complain about the referee. Even if Miranda was pushed: 1) he is a defender, a defender can´t be that soft; 2) what the heck Thiago Silva and Danilo were doing watching other? Pathetic positioning; 3) Alisson: goalkeepers are allowed to claim that cross! As Mike Tyson says: "Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth." The swiss goal was our KO. Brazil never recovered from it. As for Switzerland, Brahimi and Lichtsteiner were great. They won the battle against a strong brazilian left flank. Lots of tenacity and leadership. And Shaqiri, in my opinion, was the man of the match. Really liked his match today. Despite being always outnumbered by brazilian defenders, he held the ball and create trouble for our defence during all night.
  20. 6 points
    Just feeding Sabrina, told her that dabbing cunt signed for £89million and has a five year contract..........
  21. 6 points
    Spain are lucky that Ronaldo is finished or they might have been in trouble here.
  22. 6 points
    And Fifa want to bring more teams to this competition. For the love of god don’t.
  23. 6 points
    My dog and my child.
  24. 6 points
  25. 6 points
    I got an A* in my English literature and loved PE, taking a great interest in rounders, hockey and crab football. I've also passed my driving test (second time but fuck you roundabouts!) and have six (seven if you could my Mum) friends. So yeah, you were saying?
  26. 6 points
  27. 6 points
    Mate you're arguing with someone who supports Real Madrid, Man Utd and Jose Mourinho. Don't waste your time 😂
  28. 6 points
    The first Premier League club to be shut down since Everton in August 2014. Very sad.
  29. 6 points
  30. 6 points
    Oh dear. There is no biting here, as I laid out at the start it’s easy for you to claim this as there are so many of you, always happens, but it was time to set out some home truths, Liverpool are not what you think, they continue to finish below us, your fanbase has a higher percentage of imbeciles than any other, and I’m happy to point this out. Until such a time comes as you consistently finish above us in the league, I will laugh at Madlad and others who continue to completely overrate where you are currently as a team and a club. As for your post FOYM - I act like we are above you, because once again we were...let’s not let scouse delusion cloud facts this time shall we.
  31. 6 points
    I imagine your mum wakes up every day and curses the fact she didn't get an abortion.
  32. 6 points
    I watched the game with a mixed crowd down at a beer tent including one of my house mates who supports Liverpool. While I'm obviously very relieved that Liverpool didn't win, I also don't feel the need to take the piss, and if we're being honest whatever I say their players have given fans a lot more to be proud of this season than my club has as long as I can remember. It would be nice to be able to tell someone I'm an Everton fan and not have to prepare to be laughed at. So @LFCMadLad @LFCMike @Dr. Gonzo @Mantis Toboggan M.D. and the rest, bad luck lads. I'll give my take on the game, not influenced by any punditry or even commentary as we couldn't hear it on the Tele and I've only really read this thread. For me, Liverpool started the better side and everything changed when Salah came off. However it wasn't the loss of his talent that caused their issue, they stopped putting constant pressure on the ball and there was no reason they couldn't have kept doing what they'd started doing with Lallana on the pitch instead of Salah. From this point Real Madrid slowly established control over the game and ran out deserved winners at the end. As for the incident, Ramos can not have engineered a fall for Salah to dislocated his shoulder. I've not seen many replays but I'm sure Ramos made sure Salah went down, but this is no different to what defenders do all the time so I think people need to calm down about the theories of him deliberately injuring Salah. This doesn't mean that Ramos isn't still a huge cunt and what was actually worse was either shortly after this incident or the first goal, his pretending to have been elbowed in the face by I think it was Firmino. The opening goal, Benzema was initially offside before Karius collected the ball and made his first fuck up. Liverpool were appealing after the ball went in, probably more out of embarrassment than a legitimate grievance, I don't know enough about first and second phases to know if they had a point. The equaliser wasn't very commentworthy but it was an opportunity for Liverpool to take back the momentum. I thought at this point the lack of quality hindered them. With Salah off the pitch, Mane was the only one offering a real threat while Lallana (unsurprisingly) and Firmino (surprisingly) were absolute passengers. Bale's first goal was beautiful. Most bicycle kicks the ball at least seems to hang in the air off a deflection or the player is badly marked and has time to set himself under no pressure. Bale had neither of those benefits and still found the top corner. No luck at all, just pure quality from a player who at his best is capable of moments like that that are on a par with anyone. The third goal you can talk about bad pressing on Bale but you can't look past Karius. If a goalkeeper made two blunders like that in a season and I was wanting my team to join the elite and win trophies, I would be hoping he gets replaced. Two errors like that in a Champions League final is horrific. Like all managers, there is an upside and a downside to Klopps 'arm around the shoulder' man management. The upside is that you see players like Robertson and Alexander-Arnold looking totally at home in a Champions League final, the downside is him trying to keep faith with one of either Mignolet or Karius and believing that his trust will be rewarded instead of trying to sign a reliable number one. The only other thing I want to mention is the pretty cringeworthy view that a lot of people have talked themselves into throughout this thread, that Real Madrid were lucky. They may have had some luck but they were better and deserved to win. Nobody would be saying anything remotely similar about Liverpool if Salah had scored the same two goals that Bale scored instead. Anyway, the Champions League has actually been a decent watch this year for once. Long may it continue.
  33. 6 points
    if it's pork you fear, I'll end your career - Sergio Ramos
  34. 6 points
    There’s some proper wet wipes in the World. A quick search of Karius’ name on Twitter brings up some frankly disgusting and pretty disturbing stuff from some pretty insignificant and horrible people. The lads’ biggest day of his career, potentially his life, up to this point and he’s being ridiculed and laughed at for two mistakes. Nobody wants to make mistakes in life, but everybody does. Especially at work. We’re all guilty of it. It wasn’t pleasent viewing watching Karius in floods of tears apologising for his performance. It wasn’t pleasant either that none of his teammates went over to him, just John Achteberg. I hope Karius recovers from this and is supported by the club and the PFA. It cannot be easy being him for the next few months.
  35. 6 points
    "Transfer Market is the refuge of the weak. It is for those who can't train their players. I'm a coach. Give me a group of players and I will coach them." Did he really say that? If so, what a beast. Baldilocks at Manchester City and the eye gouger are the opposite.
  36. 5 points
    What a fucking cunt Neymar is. Genuinely furious that he was born.
  37. 5 points
    Highlight of the thread is @Fairy In Boots failing with one Germany in Russia war gag but going back in for a second one anyway. Got to admire the persistence
  38. 5 points
    @Blue find out who this is please and get her number for me. cheers
  39. 5 points
    I hope Pogba dabs himself into a cocaine overdose and Teso dies from shock
  40. 5 points
    Saudi Arabia are just shite. No other way around it. It was an enjoyable game. There have been far worst opening matches, not just in WC, but in Euros as well. I still expect both Uruguay and Egypt to go through.
  41. 5 points
    I hear you. If only they let you have the job, your large experience in the field could help this group of extremely talented Saudi players get something out of this game. To hell with that Pizzi bloke holding them back.
  42. 5 points
  43. 5 points
    Poor little Liverpool, how they ever get a top 4 place is beyond me. What a fairy tale.
  44. 5 points
    Man United number 7s of the past:- George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo. ones of today: Memphis Depay, Angel Di Maria, Alexis Sanchez... There is something seriously going wrong nowadays.
  45. 5 points
    Must of shared a Saturday night with Guerrero no doubt
  46. 5 points
    Here's my new kitty:
  47. 5 points
    It's as if they have super powers, like something from X-Men. @nudge, @Stan, @Bluewolf The way it takes down those Pelicans, which are far larger than it, is incredible. It then has the eye sight and vision to see a snake(which was pretty much camouflaged to the cliff) and take care of that as well.
  48. 5 points
    Yes, best blunder ever Here's the full video of how it happened:
  49. 5 points
    D Y N A S T Y T H R E E P E A T That being said, fair play to Liverpool. Real looked like they were 'a size too big' as we put it in Holland, but there's no telling what would've happened had Salah not had to go off. It's weird to say seeing as the entire neighborhood probably heard me celebrating the goals, but I genuinely felt sad seeing such a class player tap out of the game barely half an hour in, even if it increased the chances for the team I was rooting for. In the end, Lallana for Salah was a far bigger drop in quality than Nacho for Carvajal, and it may well have decided the game. Even taking into account Karius's howlers, Liverpool just never looked like they were going to win it after Salah went off. Obviously Salah is class and he will surely get the chance to redeem himself at one point, and so will Liverpool if they manage to keep the squad together. Tonight it was obvious that Liverpool did not have a Plan B for when all-out attack didn't bring them the results they wanted, and it was the depth of Madrid's team that ultimately helped them win yet another Champion's League.
  50. 5 points