A term coined by Rafael Benitez in 2009, to denote what is apparently indisputable to the orator but is considered speculative to others.
It may be used ironically to speak of what is outrightly true, in a slightly humorous way.
"But I want to talk about fachts. I want to be clear, I do not want to play mind games too early, although they seem to want to start. But I have seen some fachts."
作者 JizzySpunkbubbles 2013年8月19日
It really means FACTS but Manc supporters can't spell
FACHTS

in response to everything
作者 daraghsg 2009年5月05日

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