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Lampard ranting
_Pelle_ 13 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 108 6004

Lampard in a heated argument with Liverpool bench regarding a freekick during the game: ” One title and you’re f*****g giving it the big ’un”

Later he said:” Some of the bench, it's a fine line between when you are winning - and they've won the league, fair play to Liverpool Football Club - but also don't get too arrogant with it.”

Is Lampard right? Is Liverpool becoming too arrogant?

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Emobot7 13 days ago
424 10131

I really cannot tell if Liverpool are becoming too arrogant thought there is certainly sign of them becoming less focussed since knowing they already won it. However, I can tell you one thing, I love seeing Lampard being passionate about it, even if it mean getting into a heated argument.

I dunno, I getting the impression passionnate manager are just a great fit at Chelsea after seeing Mou and Conte there.

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ArgjentD 12 days ago
Juventus, Kosovo 5 84

They were extremely arrogant since 2005. That's why they have only 2-3 trophies in 2 decades

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SunFlash 12 days ago
Manchester United, USA 16 3080

Liverpool just won their first title in my lifetime. They should be prideful little bastards, they've earned that right.

Now until someone knocks them "off their perch" they can be as arrogant as they want.

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DarthFooty 12 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 12 545

In my opinion, I don't think they are too arrogant, and that is because of their current manager. I don't see him letting his organization get too far in front of themselves, but that is not to say that he won't have individuals, in the heat of the moment talk out their A@#.

There will always be trash talk, and in a lot of ways, it is a healthy motivator, but you will also always have one or two who take it too far.

Klopp brings a ton of passion to his position, which carries over to the team. Most will run with that in a positive way, but someone somewhere will push it.

The fans, on the other hand, that is a different story, and that is for all the big teams. haha

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iHEARTfootball 12 days ago
Manchester United 37 900

I'm not sure what to make of this. It depends on what Lampard meant by them being arrogant. Was it Liverpool's arrogancy from their denial over that blatant dive by Mane, or was it something else?

To me, that dive from Mane was as clear as day, and Lampard had every right to be pissed. Liverpool's bench were probably in cloud 9 over the fact that they've won their first title in 30 years, but irregardless of that success, I don't think they would've acted any different either way. You would want to defend your team all the way through, which the bench clearly did. Lampard's "one-title" remark seemed a bit over the line, I reckon.

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netsten 12 days ago
Chelsea, Belgium 42 983

Mane has clearly dived for what I've seen on tv, so I understand Lampard frustration...
Considerind Klopp has nothing to win except a last win, and considering Chelsea give them the trophy when they kick City out...

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Emobot7 11 days ago
424 10131

considering Chelsea give them the trophy when they kick City out...

Damn, that a very good point, hadn't thought of that. Also, I hadn't seen that game so i didn't know about Mane. Seem to me Lampard has the right to be angry.

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