koppite

koppite

[′kä‚pīt]
(mineralogy)
Mineral composed of a form of pyrochlore containing cerium, iron, and potassium.
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Three minutes later, to Koppite disbelief, it was two-nil after a thrilling move in which Francis and Tony Towers took the assists and Bertschin applied the finish.
There have been two such stars in Liverpool's recent past: Jan Molby who, when he speaks, sounds like a bona fide Koppite, and Dietmar Hamann, who prides himself on being the world's "only German Scouser".
But the midweek home draw with Leicester City has created some questions that season-ticket holders Paul Philbin and Matt Addison, along with long-time fellow Koppite Neil Macdonald, attempt to answer on our latest show, which is hosted by Paul Wheelock.
It was Mane's fourth goal of the season and it had Klopp punching the air with the same emotion of a seasoned Koppite.
No matter how badly every Koppite wants to beat their bitter rivals, it is essential Rodgers is not judged on the outcome of this weekend's game with United.
John Garston Koppite Kilkelly: I was born in Garston on Liverpool dockland 65 years ago.
Nolan, like fellow former Koppite Ryan Taylor, does not need reminding just how difficult the Goodison Park boo boys can make life for Newcastle on Merseyside, especially with Joey Barton set for an even hotter reception than usual as he returns to his native Liverpool.
Not even the most ardent Koppite would claim that they have.
Life long Koppite Alan Blair, 50, said: "It is not a surprise to me.
Out of the hundred or more signed, the half dozen or so high quality players that made the grade is a ratio I'm sure any Koppite could emulate.