I am very, very gutted for Hamilton. He must have been able to taste the championship. Then it was taken away in the last race, I'd simply feel sick if I was him. If he hasn't yet already (which he probably has because he's extremely level-headed), then he'll realise that he has achieved something fantastic this season, in coming second, and leading the world championship for so long. He was just unlucky really at the end. An awesome driver won, perfectly deservedly so, and Hamilton also finished above the two-time (former) world champion, so it's still a great achievement.
You didn't win us, you beat us.Originally Posted by Frogger
Yes I remember that, but so what? The facts speak for themselves. You can't argue with statistics. Are you trying to say that because we didn't beat you last year that Everton are a better team than Liverpool? Because that is simly untrue. Fact....yeah, remember that? And in my school everyone put all of these statistics in my face, still saying "We've won more than you, blah, blah, blah, we're still better than you" when in actual fact you would have beat us if you were better.[/B]
Where was the fluke in Istanbul? It looked like one of the great comebacks of all time to me, topped off with some great penalty saves. How are all of our victories flukes? Every team in the entire world wins some games by luck, but luck doesn't run with you forever, so how could a team possibly always win by fluke?Ugh, all of your victories are flukes, look at them, Istanbul, what the hell was that about?
If we get beat, we get beat. I admit defeat when it happens. Of course, I complain about it when it's unfair, but otherwise I am gracious in defeat. Look at the Marseille game. We deserved to be beaten and we were, I admit that. It's Evertonians that are always looking for excuses.If my team suck, my team suck, I know that. But Liverpudlians never admit defeat when it happens.
Apart from the City of Liverpool and the River Mersey in between...St Helen's, Wirral, same thing...