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United record 19 saluted at Liverpool

Not content with knocking Liverpool off their perch, a group of United fans braved the atmosphere of Anfield to rub their rivals’ noses in it a little bit more and unveil an antagonising banner inside the ground before the game against Tottenham. ‘MUFC 19 TIMES’ it said, hung from the Anfield Road end. MailOnline reports that “Rather than stay and wait for the vitriolic response, the fans responsible made a quick getaway in cars waiting for them outside, but not before other members of the group had taken important photo evidence” and here it is.

Well done guys, as they say ‘If you got it, make sure you flaunt it’

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  1. redjonjo says:

    The claim of United now being ‘top dogs’ seems to be based on their extra league title. However, I would argue that it’s necessary to consider a club’s success in all tournaments before arriving at such a conclusion. Further consideration has to be given to the value of each competition (i.e, a Champions League victory is greater than a League Cup victory), therefore to fairly assess who really does sit on the perch, it is necessary to give a priority score to each tournament. The fairest way I could put this was:

    European Cup/Champions League = 5 points for each tournament won.
    League Champions = 4 points for each title won.
    Cup Winners Cup and UEFA Cup = 3 points for each tournament won.
    FA Cup = 2 points for each tournament won.
    League Cup = 1 point for each tournament won.

    I am not including the European Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, World Club Championship or the Charity Shield, as all are more exhibition matches than proper tournaments.

    If you tally Man Utd’s victories in each competition and multiply by the appropriate score, they reach a total of 120 points. They will score 125 if they beat Barca in this year’s Champions League final.

    Liverpool on the other hand currently score 127 points, therefore in my completely impartial opinion, Liverpool are yet to be knocked off top spot. Sorry United fans, but Fergie’s work still isn’t done.

  2. Frank Scicluna says:

    Try again redjonjo. Anyone can play with facts and figures like you did to come up with a preferred conclusion. But the truth always proves otherwise!

  3. redjonjo says:

    bulllllll frank read it and weep

  4. Frank Scicluna says:

    Not weep mate! Simply cry with laughter. Are you demented by some chance?

  5. redjonjo says:

    ha ha but you being a manure fan we think you are

  6. redmanc says:

    yaaawn, excuses, excuses. Never mind your ridiculous point system, tally up every trophy both sides have won (excluding community shields) then it’s 59-58 in favour of United. nice try lad, but we’re the most successful team now. So suck it up, and try to get us off our perch. Best of luck with that!

  7. timbo says:

    @redjonjo – How desperate can you be? For years, once United got going in the EPL, Liverpool fans trundled out their total of championships won in mocking fashion, as per the ‘come back and see us when you’ve won 18’ placards. Now that United fans are making those same Liverpool fans eat crow, all you can do is reach desperately for a calculator to sidestep the snide challenge that has been met! Aside from your selective application of what is and isn’t relevant to your childish appraisal, one might as well argue the merits of United accomplishing what Liverpool couldn’t, which was to be the first English team to win the European championship. Or should one delve into history and draw up a points appraisal of how many championships United were denied by the Munich disaster – a scenario which also helped Liverpool. You’re a typically ungracious scouse loser who has nothing left to dwell on these days but memories of distant days when Liverpool could still manage to win a championship or two. Keep feeding away on your envy, pal.

    As I’ve said before, United could stand to lose twice a year to Liverpool if it still meant winning the championship. Pool supporters are so eaten up by hatred of United’s success, and the fact that it’s left Liverpool picking up the crumbs, that they’d rather take the wins over United and screw winning the EPL. That’s how much they’ve lost perspective these days.

    I sat around for nearly thirty years watching as United had to play second fiddle to Liverpool’s long run of success in the 70’s and 80’s, and one had to admire the way successive managers kept building winning sides with the likes of Keegan, Dalglish, Rush, etc. Now that the shoe’s on the other foot, it’s a sad sight to see just what a classless bunch so many Liverpool fans really are.

  8. Devil 4 ever says:

    face the facts, liverpool fans, admit it, MU are beeter than u.

    by the way, your anfield is smaller than old trafford. how can the successful club have smaller stadium !!

    who’s the big guy now?

  9. Andy says:

    I look at the teams that Liverpool played to win their European Cups and clearly back in the 70’s the level of competition wasn’t so great. Had that Liverpool team which was all about strength and long ball played today’s level of football, they’d have won Nothing! And my argument is backed up by the fact that both Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa won in between Liverpool that time. So facts speak for themselves. Much same way you have to discount Madrid’s first 5 cups as they had no competition either. To most football people, Man United is the most successful English side to have graced the game much as AC Milan are the most successful European side. And the chance of Liverpool ever winning the league again. Well read Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United. Times change. More competition now much like in Europe than the time Liverpool were dominant. Read it and weep redjonjo. Liverpool won in a time they were playing championship teams in Europe. A look at your finals proves that. Ha ha ha

  10. Magnesia says:

    Watch out redjonjo, losing 0:2 at Anfield over the weekend may not get Poo into European tournament next season. It’s shameful! after Daglish had secured a permanent job for the next 3 years. Come on! admit it! your team is choking even at 5th and 6th spot?

    How about using your calculator to work on the points accumulated since your last championship till now on the points achieved based on the positions at the end of each season?
    Example – Champions 5 points, Runners-up 3 points, 2nd Runners-up 1 point, the rest – 0 point.
    May I know how does that work out?
    LOSER!!
    Better luck next season, and the next, and the next, ….

  11. Zed says:

    @redjonjo : Who r u again ? Are you the liverpool Coach… their Fan club head … or an ex player …. cz if u aint either ….. we dun give a rat’s ass wat u think … ur opinion is like Man city winning FA Cup (read worthless) … so i’d suggest u take ur data and shove it

  12. Devil 4 ever says:

    liverpool under dalglish only perform when he is in temporary manager, will nose dive when he is a permanent manager

    cannot wait the day your king kenny get sacked.

  13. redjonjo says:

    lol man i love winding you all up im a man surporter

  14. redjonjo says:

    sorry im a manu surporter

  15. rooneysmate says:

    As there continues to be frequent references of Liverpool being ‘knocked off their perch’, I thought I’d once again look to challenge this from a neutral perspective (I’m a Norwich fan and have no preference over Man Utd or Liverpool).

    The claim of United now being ‘top dogs’ seems to be based on their extra league title. However, I would argue that it’s necessary to consider a club’s success in all tournaments before arriving at such a conclusion. Further consideration has to be given to the value of each competition (i.e, a Champions League victory is greater than a League Cup victory), therefore to fairly assess who really does sit on the perch, it is necessary to give a priority score to each tournament. The fairest way I could put this was:

    European Cup/Champions League = 5 points for each tournament won.
    League Champions = 4 points for each title won.
    Cup Winners Cup and UEFA Cup = 3 points for each tournament won.
    FA Cup = 2 points for each tournament won.
    League Cup = 1 point for each tournament won.

    I am not including the European Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, World Club Championship or the Charity Shield, as all are more exhibition matches than proper tournaments.

    If you tally Man Utd’s victories in each competition and multiply by the appropriate score, they reach a total of 120 points. They will score 125 if they beat Barca in this year’s Champions League final.

    Liverpool on the other hand currently score 127 points, therefore in my completely impartial opinion, Liverpool are yet to be knocked off top spot. Sorry United fans, but Fergie’s work still isn’t done.

  16. iarered says:

    who is this rdejonjo person is he manu

  17. redjonjo says:

    As there continues to be frequent references of Liverpool being ‘knocked off their perch’, I thought I’d once again look to challenge this from a neutral perspective (I’m a Norwich fan and have no preference over Man Utd or Liverpool).

    The claim of United now being ‘top dogs’ seems to be based on their extra league title. However, I would argue that it’s necessary to consider a club’s success in all tournaments before arriving at such a conclusion. Further consideration has to be given to the value of each competition (i.e, a Champions League victory is greater than a League Cup victory), therefore to fairly assess who really does sit on the perch, it is necessary to give a priority score to each tournament. The fairest way I could put this was:

    European Cup/Champions League = 5 points for each tournament won.
    League Champions = 4 points for each title won.
    Cup Winners Cup and UEFA Cup = 3 points for each tournament won.
    FA Cup = 2 points for each tournament won.
    League Cup = 1 point for each tournament won.

    I am not including the European Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, World Club Championship or the Charity Shield, as all are more exhibition matches than proper tournaments.

    If you tally Man Utd’s victories in each competition and multiply by the appropriate score, they reach a total of 120 points. They will score 125 if they beat Barca in this year’s Champions League final.

    Liverpool on the other hand currently score 127 points, therefore in my completely impartial opinion, Liverpool are yet to be knocked off top spot. Sorry United fans, but Fergie’s work still isn’t done.

  18. redjonjo says:

    yah wish

  19. redjonjo says:

    tut tut what an angry bunch you all are manure,s love to give it but cant take it t is just a game of football not a war dont matter if is 29 to 28 makes no differance we still have to get up for work ok you all will hear no more from me redjonjo has left the building night all

  20. Frank Scicluna says:

    Are you for real redjonjo? You and rooneysmate are repeating the exact same post! Then you post that “sorry im a manu surpporter” Go back to being the Scouser that you really are.

  21. UNITED says:

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 KNOCKED OFF YOUR PERCH!!

  22. foreverbluerooney says:

    hello all bluerooney here hope you all are good at old traford
    take care everton forever
    blue is the color

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