Who's the bigger team?

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Summer69
1312 posts Professional
Liverpool or Man City? Interested to hear opinions.

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  • EddieFicio
    21480 posts Club Captain
    Liverpool. There's no contest really.

    There's an argument for better, but not for bigger.
  • WFCBagnall
    69629 posts Moderator
    Liverpool.

    But based on current success, Man City.
  • Diggy
    13619 posts Has That Special Something
    Have you checked the usual line ups average height surely you can work it out for yourself
  • Summer69
    1312 posts Professional
    Diggy wrote: »
    Have you checked the usual line ups average height surely you can work it out for yourself

    I wasn't sure whether to use mean, mode or median height. Obvious answer for such a ponderous maths question was right here on the FIFA forum :)
  • SebCFC123
    7342 posts Big Money Move
    Pool obviously
  • Bobo23
    623 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Liverpool, but if City continue their success for another 10 years or so they will be the bigger club.
  • UrboiStev
    282 posts Sunday League Hero
    Stupid question. Obviously Liverpool. If u pick city then you don't remember them before the oil tycoons
  • Blarix
    20826 posts Club Captain
    Liverpool but in 5 years things might be different.
  • P1tch_1nvaderz88
    13077 posts Has That Special Something
    Liverpool easily, that's even coming from a united fan.
    There's been more cups pass through my cupboards than there's been at city
  • RR_A10
    433 posts Sunday League Hero
    Liverpool easily, that's even coming from a united fan.
    There's been more cups pass through my cupboards than there's been at city

    Haha
  • SKhan31
    1028 posts Professional
    Liverpool no doubt
  • Maverick
    4795 posts National Call-Up
    Alright who was the bloke you were arguing with that caused this thread?
  • HolgerBadstuber
    5212 posts Big Money Move
    edited September 2018
    Liverpool. City are no bigger a team than, say, Sunderland.
  • UrboiStev
    282 posts Sunday League Hero
    Maverick wrote: »
    Alright who was the bloke you were arguing with that caused this thread?

    Probably a city supporter who thinks he knows everything about football. Yet he's been supporting only since they became oil fc
  • Bob_Dylan
    19224 posts World Class
    Liverpool
  • Pauldejong6
    6725 posts Big Money Move
    Pool.
  • Rutta
    6136 posts Big Money Move
    Liverpool but they ain’t won nothing for a while so the balance could change with the way City are going

    Ironically it’s liverpool who seem to be city’s biggest threat at the moment.

    Although most clubs on the planet wish they had half the history of Liverpool and 5 European cups is epic.
  • Rutta
    6136 posts Big Money Move
    Liverpool. City are no bigger a team than, say, Sunderland.

    Unhinged
  • Fab
    17555 posts World Class
    POOL
  • SupaNoodle1990
    26031 posts Player of the Year
    Liverpool’s history dwarfs Man City.
  • IDARYL
    5625 posts Big Money Move
    Why would you even need to ask this ? Are you a American with no football knowledge ?
  • IDARYL
    5625 posts Big Money Move
    edited September 2018
    Blarix wrote: »
    Liverpool but in 5 years things might be different.

    Why are they winning the league 14 times and European cup 5 times in that time ?
  • Rutta
    6136 posts Big Money Move
    Although one thing to consider is with the game going global is the modern plastic fan who pay no attention to history
  • IDARYL
    5625 posts Big Money Move
    edited September 2018
    Rutta wrote: »
    Although one thing to consider is with the game going global is the modern plastic fan who pay no attention to history

    I'd say the most popular game in the last 100 years is as global you can get, its kids with no clue
  • crackers07
    1026 posts Professional
    I hate both of em but respect the scousers history. It is a pretty stupid question really united and liverpool are miles bigger followed by Arsenal. Chelsea have had great success this last 15 years but still fall way behind as a club
  • Summer69
    1312 posts Professional
    IDARYL wrote: »
    Blarix wrote: »
    Liverpool but in 5 years things might be different.

    Why are they winning the league 14 times and European cup 5 times in that time ?

    Villa have a better history but their golden period was 1890-1900. Are they bigger than city too?
  • crackers07
    1026 posts Professional
    Summer69 wrote: »
    IDARYL wrote: »
    Blarix wrote: »
    Liverpool but in 5 years things might be different.

    Why are they winning the league 14 times and European cup 5 times in that time ?

    Villa have a better history but their golden period was 1890-1900. Are they bigger than city too?

    Pretty sure they won a european cup in the early 80s. If not for arab money villa would be bigger.
  • Hippyboy6
    16865 posts World Class
    Liverpool are by far the bigger club at the moment, a lot depends on how City go in the next 10-15 years. Chelsea had it before with all the dodgy money pumped into them, but it is long term success that will elevate the club. Chelsea did get bigger & do finish higher than they did before abramovich but nowhere near the levels of united or Liverpool. These new (plastic) fans are very fickle, Chelsea shirt can quickly change to city & any other the following season. Win the champions League a few times, with a few more league titles & you could retain those fans long term.
  • Diggy
    13619 posts Has That Special Something
    If you go purely on history Aston Villa & Huddersfield Town are bigger than City
  • Summer69
    1312 posts Professional
    crackers07 wrote: »
    Summer69 wrote: »
    IDARYL wrote: »
    Blarix wrote: »
    Liverpool but in 5 years things might be different.

    Why are they winning the league 14 times and European cup 5 times in that time ?

    Villa have a better history but their golden period was 1890-1900. Are they bigger than city too?

    Pretty sure they won a european cup in the early 80s. If not for arab money villa would be bigger.

    More like terrible managers and awful Recruitment!!! :)
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