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Liverpool FC, football, sport / Steven Gerrard
« on: November 03, 2010, 05:32:53 PM »
Me and Dude have argued on this subject for ages. What does everyone else think?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / PRE-SEASON 2010/11
« on: July 21, 2010, 06:14:13 PM »
After saturdays game being called off tonight is Woys first game. He's got a young side to pick from but i'm really looking forward to seeing a few of the youngsters and Aqua getting a game. I dont expect us to win but it will be good to see how Eccleston, Ayala, Kelly and even Dalle Valle, get on.

Its live online which is a waste of time coz the pic is normally crap or the whole game is on at 9pm on the lfc tv channel.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Happy 5th Anniversary Everyone!!!
« on: May 25, 2010, 02:07:06 PM »
5 years on and it still gets the emotions going whenever i see something related to it. I was lucky enough to be there and i can safely say it was the greatest night of my life. I found probably the best you tube clip i've found on the occaision


Liverpool FC, football, sport / Is it the End of an Era???
« on: May 03, 2010, 08:56:07 PM »
With Rafa's meeting with our new 'chelsea' chairman planned for this week, do u think Rafa is staying or going? I'm sure this is when his future will be decided either way.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / LIVERPOOL VS CHELSEA
« on: April 26, 2010, 11:43:49 AM »
What do you think?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Rafa's Future.
« on: March 10, 2010, 07:16:19 PM »
So what does everyone think? I watched This is Anfield on LFC TV on Monday night and a few knives came out for Rafa. Just wanted to see what the opinions are on here?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Reina to sign new contract
« on: March 07, 2010, 07:22:28 PM »

Benitez delight at Reina deal-Reds shot-stopper agrees to new contract at Anfield

Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez has expressed his delight that Pepe Reina has agreed to sign a new deal, and labelled him the best goalkeeper in the country.

The 27-year-old Spain international has agreed a contract extension at Anfield, after a number of Europe's top clubs had been sniffing around him.

Reina has been a mainstay in the Liverpool team since moving from Villarreal in 2005, having come through the ranks at Barcelona.

He has not yet put pen-to-paper on a new deal, but has committed himself to the club, much to the pleasure of his manager.

"We are really pleased because I remember at the beginning people said 'for

England, in the air, he is not the best'," said Benitez.

"He is the best in England, miles away from the others, and we are really pleased to keep him here for a long time.

"He is always organising the defenders and is more than a keeper.

"Sometimes the style of goalkeepers is for them to be really good in the six-yard box, Pepe is really good in the 18-yard box.

"When you talk about a goalkeeper in a top side he normally doesn't have much to do.

"To be involved in this game especially at the end and the save shows the level of the player.

"Pepe is a key player and it is 100% he will continue with us. Since he came from Villarreal always he has shown his character and his passion, his commitment with the club."

Reds midfielder Javier Mascherano is also expected to agree a new deal in the near future.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Europa League
« on: February 18, 2010, 02:33:08 PM »
How does everyone think we'll do tonight and how far can we go in it?

I'd be gutted if we didnt make the final. A European final is a cracking few days away and without doubt the best moments as a fan. Even Athens was a great trip despite the result.

Despite Unirea being in the champions league this season and doing ok, i think we'll win comfortably tonight 3-0, with Pacheco getting some minutes and impressing again.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Gerrard New England Captain????
« on: February 05, 2010, 04:22:32 PM »
Following John Terrys sacking as England captain Stevie is favourite with the bookies (11/10) to be the next captain.

My personal opinion is that he should stay as far away from this circus as possible. But will the lure of lifting the world cup be too much to turn down?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Critical Next 3 Games
« on: February 04, 2010, 08:27:04 PM »
With Everton,Arsenal and Man City our next 3 league games how many points does everyone think we'll get? With Man City having 2 games in hand i think these 3 games will shape the rest of our season.

Obviously i'd like 9 pts, but i would be happy with 5 and delighted if we got 7.

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Reds Vs Wolves
« on: January 26, 2010, 01:59:13 PM »
I'm looking forward to this one. A vital 3 pts up for grabs, that could really give our season some momentum. I'm hoping for a close victory but i've got a niggling feeling this one is going to be 1-1. I've managed to get a ticket for the game but given my recent history at away games this season (Reading and Fulham), i could be a bad omen.

What's everyone else predicting will happen tonight?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Jim on Kop Talkin' Again
« on: January 21, 2010, 09:10:52 PM »
Anyone else see our very own Jim B on Kop Talkin' tonight?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / QUARTET FIT AFTER 'SPECIAL TREATMENT'
« on: November 20, 2009, 03:11:30 PM »

Rafa Benitez today revealed how four of his injured stars could be fit for Man City after flying to Serbia for 'special treatment'. 
Albert Riera and Yossi Benayoun were due to be out for another two weeks with hamstring problems but could now feature on Saturday after the much-publicised journey to eastern Europe.
Benitez was so pleased with the treatment they received that he sent Fabio Aurelio and Glen Johnson to Serbia for work on their muscle injuries.
All four players are now back in Merseyside and have taken part in full training sessions for the past two days.
Benitez told Liverpoolfc.tv: "You know people have talked about them going to Serbia for special treatment and that's true. We had a lot of reports of international players going there, so we sent some players.
"They are now training so we will see if they can play. They have trained for the last two days.
"It has been good. There are other names from different teams who have been doing this treatment for seven years.
"It is a curative program for players with muscle injuries and it works well."
The major injury headache confronting Benitez before the international break has now almost cleared, with Steven Gerrard, David Ngog and Daniel Agger all passed fit for City.
Fernando Torres is the only senior star still in the treatment room.
Benitez added: "He is improving. He had a plan of two or three weeks, he's following this and improving."

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Champions League 09/10
« on: October 20, 2009, 12:36:51 PM »
Following a mixed start in this years competition, I cant wait for tonights game. The atmosphere tonight will hopefully be a step up after a very flat atmosphere at the Debreceni game. Anything but a win against Lyon will probably result in an Olympiakos style nail biting final game which we could do without.

Is anyone else going tonight?

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Saudi prince set to invest
« on: September 27, 2009, 01:48:33 PM »

Saudi prince set to invest-Reports suggest Reds owners set to sell 50 per cent stake

A Saudi prince has revealed that he is set to make a significant investment in an English club.

Reports suggest that the side in question is Premier League giants Liverpool, who are currently experiencing financial difficulties under the ownership of Tom Hicks and George Gillett.

It is believed that the American duo are prepared to sell a 50 per cent stake to Prince Faisal bin Fahd bin Abdullah in order to help balance the books at Anfield.

"We are currently seeking to buy 50 per cent of the shares in the club which is now suffering with debts worth £245million," Fahd bin Abdullah, who chairs private firm F6 and a Saudi-based holding firm called Fama Group, was quoted as saying in Al-Riyadh.

"The transaction, upon which a decision is close to be reached, will be worth 200 to 350million pounds."

A spokesman for Fama has declined to comment on the matter, but it appears that the Premier League could be set to welcome further money from the Middle East.

Manchester City were acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group last summer and have benefitted considerably from that deal.

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