Farmyard Football

Everton came with a game plan that was more agricultural than football, throw in blatant time wasting from the first minute until we scored, and you get the picture of what they wanted to do. Lampard learnt a few tricks of the trade from his mentor Jose Mourinho, but they didn’t reckon on Divock Origi. They probably didn’t see Andy Robertson has a goal threat either. Those two did the ultimate damage but Lampard in true Bitterness style said they were the better team and should have had one, if not two penalties.  They may not be back next year

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John Pearman

Editor of the only remaining Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. On sale outside Anfield on match days. Started this Fanzine in 1995