players about how stupid it was, they can't sleep at night, wah wah waah.
The main news story, four days after the incident.
This is getting really, really silly now. Someone mentioned earlier in the week the prospect of a mdeia pile-on endangering Pickford's safety. Even after the death threats and abuse, the LFC media cheerleaders continue to stoke the fire.
I said at the time it was a bad challenge from Pickford, think it would have been hypocritical to deny that as we'd have been fuming had it been against us but I can confidently say there is no chance we'd have seen anything like this in the aftermath.
people have any rights to do anything that might not suit the narcissists' agenda, its whining, its accusations of media bias, of conspiracy by the people entrusted to rule on matters of dispute, its grandiose attention-sucking and self-pity, its awful red-orange hue, its appeal to the emotional parts of the brains of people who really should know better, its desire to deflect from its own real crimes by pointing at the minor imperfections of its opponents, its inflammatory rhetoric and incitements to violence, its inability to understand itself as anything except the beloved centre of attention, and its aspiration to reward the already-rich, the already-powerful, and the already-media-beloved with even more power, money, and attention.
They can #### right off. Pickford deserves and needs support from the club and all associated with it, and I hope the authorities will have a word with Liverpool regarding their player and manager's comments tonight in Amsterdam.