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Old September 3, 2007, 04:30 AM
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LFC is playing great football this year. Probably we have to fight LFC instead of Chelsea for Premiership crown this year!!
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Old October 11, 2007, 12:48 AM
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Thumbs up Torres And Gerrard Up For Award

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TORRES AND GERRARD UP FOR AWARD
Paul Eaton 10 October 2007

Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard have both been shortlisted for FIFA's world footballer of the year award.

The governing body of world football have drawn up a list of 30 players who are in contention for the honour.

National team coaches and managers, as well as captains, now have the opportunity to vote, with the top three to be named on 17 December in Zurich.

Barcelona's Lionel Messi and AC Milan's Kaka are expected to be among the favourites for the honour.

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Buffon (Juventus, Italy), Cannavaro (Real Madrid, Italy), Cech (Chelsea, Czech Rep), Ronaldo (Man Utd, Portugal), Deco (Barcelona, Portugal), Drogba (Chelsea, Ivory Coast), Essien (Chelsea, Ghana), Eto'o (Barcelona, Cameroon), Gattuso (AC Milan, Italy), Gerrard (Liverpool, England), Henry (Barcelona, France), Juninho (Lyon, Brazil), Kaka (AC Milan, Brazil), Klose (Bayern Munich, Germany), Lahm (Bayern Munich, Germany), Lampard (Chelsea, England), Marquez (Barcelona, Mexico), Messi (Barcelona, Argentina), Nesta (AC Milan, Italy), Pirlo (AC Milan, Italy), Ribery (Bayern Munich, France), Riquelme (Villarreal, Argentina), Ronaldinho (Barcelona, Brazil), Rooney (Man Utd, England), Terry (Chelsea, England), Tevez (Man Utd, Argentina), Thuram (Barcelona, France), Torres (Liverpool, Spain), Van Nistelrooy (Real Madrid, Holland), Vieira (Inter Milan, France).

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drill...71010-1600.htm




WTG guys ... !!!
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Old October 11, 2007, 01:21 AM
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List in full:

Buffon (Juventus, Italy), Cannavaro (Real Madrid, Italy), Cech (Chelsea, Czech Rep), Ronaldo (Man Utd, Portugal), Deco (Barcelona, Portugal), Drogba (Chelsea, Ivory Coast), Essien (Chelsea, Ghana), Eto'o (Barcelona, Cameroon), Gattuso (AC Milan, Italy), Gerrard (Liverpool, England), Henry (Barcelona, France), Juninho (Lyon, Brazil), Kaka (AC Milan, Brazil), Klose (Bayern Munich, Germany), Lahm (Bayern Munich, Germany), Lampard (Chelsea, England), Marquez (Barcelona, Mexico), Messi (Barcelona, Argentina), Nesta (AC Milan, Italy), Pirlo (AC Milan, Italy), Ribery (Bayern Munich, France), Riquelme (Villarreal, Argentina), Ronaldinho (Barcelona, Brazil), Rooney (Man Utd, England), Terry (Chelsea, England), Tevez (Man Utd, Argentina), Thuram (Barcelona, France), Torres (Liverpool, Spain), Van Nistelrooy (Real Madrid, Holland), Vieira (Inter Milan, France).
They call it a short list ?
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Old October 11, 2007, 02:36 AM
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Ronaldo (Man Utd, Portugal), Rooney (Man Utd, England), Tevez (Man Utd, Argentina)

There you go, shortlisted.
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Old October 20, 2007, 07:02 AM
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0-0/15-1 ... Everton has certainly come to play this match ... Carragher as scary as always and Voronin looks straight out of the Women's WC ... chaotic, pacy match so far.
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Old October 20, 2007, 10:02 AM
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KUYT GIVES REDS DRAMATIC DERBY WIN
Jimmy Rice at Goodison 20 October 2007



A pair of Dirk Kuyt penalties gave Liverpool a 2-1 victory in an incredible Merseyside derby at Goodison Park on Saturday lunchtime.

A bizarre own goal from Sami Hyypia gave the Blues a half-time lead, but two second-half spot kicks – including one in stoppage time – ensured a dramatic return to winning ways for Rafa Benitez's side.

Everton ended the game with nine men, Tony Hibbert and Phil Neville both seeing red for their penalty offences.

Neville wrote in his programme notes how he'd seen everything in Merseyside derbies. He spoke too soon.

The Reds kicked off their 22nd lunchtime fixture in just over two years without injured trio Daniel Agger, Fernando Torres and Xabi Alonso. The hosts, meanwhile, were without last season's match-winners Andy Johnson and Tim Cahill.

The travelling Kop began the game in high spirits despite the recent dip, throwing around balloons made from Tesco bags – a cheeky swipe at Everton's new stadium plans.

The first chance fell to their boys on five minutes when derby debutant Yossi Benayoun ghosted in behind the Blues' backline before teeing up Andriy Voronin, whose low shot was blocked by the legs of Tim Howard.
Everton were seeing more of the ball, but it was Liverpool, with Gerrard playing more centrally than the teamsheet suggested, who were playing the better football. Voronin and Benayoun, in particular, were taking up some great positions between the lines.

It took Everton 22 minutes to threaten, Leon Osman capitalising on a loose ball from Javier Mascherano before forcing Pepe Reina into a fingertip clearance.

Yakubu had a gilt-edged chance on the half-hour mark – but his attempted scissor-kick from the edge of the six-yard box was akin to taking a chainsaw to a twig. Still, the home side were starting to get into their stride. Minutes later Victor Anichebe headed narrowly over from close range.

The nearest Liverpool game to breaking the deadlock in the first half came on 34 minutes when John Arne Riise hit a low drive from 35 yards. Unfortunately, a wicked deflection sent it narrowly wide.

Then disaster struck when, amid a goalmouth scramble, Hyypia's mis-hit clearance hit the roof of the net. A more bizarre own goal you're not likely to see this season. It was the first time a Red had scored an OG against the Blues since Neil Ruddock in 1997.

It was Everton who started the second half the brighter, but within seven minutes the game was turned on its head.

Voronin sent Gerrard racing clear, the skipper making his way into the box before being hauled down by Hibbert. Mark Clattenburg had no hesitation in awarding a spot kick and giving the Everton right-back his marching orders.

Up stepped Kuyt, who tucked coolly into the left-hand corner of Howard's goal to record his first league goal of the season. Game on.

Everton had a penalty shout of their own just seconds later when Lescott appeared to be obstructed by Steve Finnan.

The game was really starting the open up, and Riise should have put Liverpool into the lead on 57 minutes when Kuyt cut a fantastic ball in from the right. Next Voronin forced a fine save from Howard from seven yards.

Yakubu hit a powerful snap-shot just wide from distance on 66 minutes – though Pepe Reina looked to have it covered.

With the match finely balanced Rafa Benitez shuffled his pack, replacing Benayoun with Ryan Babel and, to the surprise on many, giving Lucas his derby debut at the expense of Gerrard.

The young Brazilian had big shoes to fill but he made a great start when he fed Voronin clean through down the left. Sadly, the Ukrainian dragged his shot harmlessly wide.

Minutes later Momo Sissoko really should have bagged his second goal in a red shirt after finding himself with acres inside the box. He won't want to watch his left-footed effort on Match of the Day this evening.

By this stage it was all Liverpool but chance after chance went begging – until Lucas hit a fantastic stoppage time shot which Neville dived to palm off the line.

Kuyt hit the same spot with his pen and the travelling Kop – as well as Stevie G on the sidelines – went wild.

A late penalty call for a Jamie Carragher indiscretion nearly silenced them - but thankfully it's the Fields of Anfield Road which will be echoing around Stanley Park tonight.

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drill...71020-1459.htm
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Old October 20, 2007, 10:22 AM
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Liverpool are the luckiest team in the premiership.
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Old October 21, 2007, 01:03 AM
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Liverpool are extremely lucky and thats why they should stay shut when decisions go against them as against Chelsea earlier this season.
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Old November 6, 2007, 04:34 PM
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Liverpool vs Besiktas. Final Score: 8-0 for Liverpool
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Old November 7, 2007, 03:38 AM
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As much as the Torres' injury and the triple mediocrity of Ouch, Carragher and Kuyt continue to stagnate our rise to the very top, it is always refreshing to serve up some stone-cold revenge on a hot day. WTG REDS ! ...

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Yossi Benayoun struck a superb hat-trick to ensure Liverpool's Champions League dream remains intact as they hit eight without reply to overwhelm Besiktas at Anfield.

The Israeli completed his treble at the Kop end as other goals from Peter Crouch (2), Steven Gerrard and substitute Ryan Babel (2) gave everyone hope that Rafael Benitez's men can still reach the knockout stages.

On a night of milestones, in which Sami Hyypia made his 100th appearance in European competition and Rafa Benitez celebrated his 50th Champions League match in charge of Liverpool, the Reds started strongly and could have taken the lead on four minutes but Andriy Voronin steered his shot wide after a great knock down by Crouch.

The visitors looked shaky in defence and three minutes later Crouch somehow powered a header wide after John Arne Riise's cross found him unmarked six yards out before Alvaro Arbeloa's heavy touch prevented him from getting a shot on goal after wonderful link up play with Benayoun.

The Israeli was enjoying himself and on 13 minutes he was unlucky to see his first-time shot cannon back off the near post after Javier Mascherano had played in Alvaro Arbeloa down the right.

It was only a matter of time until Liverpool got the breakthrough and it was fitting that the impressive Peter Crouch was the man to get the all-important first goal.

Voronin's attempted through ball was diverted into the towering forward's path on 19 minutes and after his first effort was saved by Hakan Arikan in the Besiktas goal, he reacted instantly to fire home the loose ball.

The Reds were in complete control and three minutes later Fabio Aurelio's corner was met by a powerful header by John Arne Riise but the Norwegian's goalbound effort was brilliantly headed off the line.

Crouch then fired a sizzling effort just wide from a tight angle before Benayoun netted his third goal in a Red shirt on 32 minutes.

Andriy Voronin broke down the left and when his searching cross found the Israeli unmarked in the box, he composed himself before drilling the ball past the keeper.

It was a comfortable lead for Liverpool to take into the interval and it got better within minutes of the restart.

Voronin cut in from the left and played a reverse ball to Riise and when his stinging shot was parried into Benayoun's path the midfielder tapped home the simplest of goals.

And it was déjà vu on 56 minutes when the diminutive playmaker completed his hat-trick at the Kop end, gleefully snapping up the rebound after Steven Gerrard's powerful free-kick was pushed into his path by the bemused Arikan.

The hosts were playing some wonderful football by this point and on 69 minutes Gerrard got in on the act when he latched onto Voronin's return ball to power in on goal and smash in the fifth of the night.

It means the skipper is just one away from equalling Michael Owen's European record of 22 goals and he owes a huge debt of gratitude to Voronin, who clocked up his fourth assist of the evening with an inspired Cruyff flick.

The Reds then capped an incredible night with the sixth on 78 minutes when substitute Ryan Babel finished off Benayoun's cross with an audacious flick at the near post.

It was all going Liverpool's way and on 81 minutes Ryan Babel charged down an attempted clearance and watched on in delight as it looped over Arikan and into the net.

Babel could have had his hat-trick on 84 minutes but his close range header smashed back off the bar before Crouch finished what he had started way back in the first-half, when he headed home Benayoun's cross two minutes from the end.

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Old November 7, 2007, 09:29 AM
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jai rokom commentary porlam I thought the reds could score 15/20 goals?
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u will never walk alone
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Old January 31, 2008, 02:43 PM
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Geetting ready for UEFA cup Liverpool fans? lol..
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Old February 6, 2008, 02:15 AM
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Geetting ready for UEFA cup Liverpool fans? lol..
we will finish 4th and will be in the CL.

and next season .... we wil bounce back
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Barnsley?!
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Old February 19, 2008, 03:56 AM
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Geetting ready for UEFA cup Liverpool fans? lol..
Small moves buddy, small moves ...

Big CL match tonight. I don't expect much from mediocre players like Carragher and Kuyt, so anything is a bonus. Hope Gerrard and Torres will pull us through. BTW, RB has grown on me.
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'Khobor Ache' if you ever walk alone.

My prediction :

2-0 To Inter Milan . Ibrahimovic (1) , Hyppia (OWN GOAL).
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Old February 19, 2008, 11:47 AM
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Small moves buddy, small moves ...

Big CL match tonight. I don't expect much from mediocre pplayers like Carragher and Kuyt, so anything is a bonus. Hope Gerrard and Torres will pull us through. BTW, RB has grown on me.
Good. As long as the moves are small, I am happy.

Inter is tough. This could be the last of Benitez..
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The late goal was unbelievable. Liverpool defenders were shambolic on that goal. It would even make the back four of New Castle look great..
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They beat a 10 man Inter 2-0, they won't concede 2 goals in the 2nd tie ... Liverpool is in the final 8
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The Real Red showed their true color. If Torres played it would have been massacre. Worthless Kuyt alone missed three clear chances (one was identical one that Babel score) and I wonder when Keano would score (he missed two today which is not expected from him)
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Ronaldo is gone, so old toilet is not going to be same manure.

liverpool fans should watch out- manure is trying to get torres.
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We won't win Jack as long as Gaffa and his love of mediocrity persists.
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Sir Alex took long time to build manure.

Rafa has a policy to build a team based on who wants to play for the team rather than high profile individual selfish players.

I think Rafa has made a good progress since GH left.
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