Was wittering on about how Dalglish should still be in charge, that the team he was building would compete for the league title if given time and that last season was a success despite finishing 37 points behind the champions because they beat a few of the top teams.
He then stated that it was a mistake hiring a "second division manager", Savage then pointed out that Swansea were the best passing team in the EPL last season and finished in a great position while being restricted by a small budget, proving Rodgers as more than just a lower league manager. 'Steve' then claimed that was first season luck and that Swansea would go down while suffering second season syndrome. He was then made aware that the team Rodgers left behind just won 5-0, which the Liverpool fan claimed was due to "funny first day results".
Typical clueless armchair idiot.
Just sounds like your typical 606 caller tbh, it's why I love that show
EDIT: Just seen that Pardew has been sent to the stands for a push on the Linesman, what exacly happened?
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Re: 2012-13 English Premier League Thread
No, he was an upper-middle class forty year old gent from Cambridgeshire (judging by accent) who has never been to Anfield in his life. It seems most 'life long, die hard reds' haven't to be fair, especially judging by national radio call ins and day trips to any other fucking Town or City in England.
Funny things arm chairs, they seem to have impeccable views of football matches according to those who would otherwise seem completely cluless.
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