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Old March 28, 2010, 10:06 AM
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liverpool 1-0 sunderland
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Old March 28, 2010, 10:06 AM
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Torres scores a fluke of the bar to give the bloods the lead in the 3rd minute.
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Old March 28, 2010, 10:56 AM
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That “fluke” goal may be a contender for goal of the month. What game are you watching ashraf?
HT: Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland.
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Old March 28, 2010, 11:57 AM
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a must win game to secure champions league spot.
my prediction is 3-0, liverpool win
FT: Liverpool 3-0 Sunderland

Just won £713 after putting £20 bet for Torres to score before half time and Liverpool to win 3-0.
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Old March 28, 2010, 01:21 PM
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FT: Liverpool 3-0 Sunderland

Just won £713 after putting £20 bet for Torres to score before half time and Liverpool to win 3-0.
Well played dont want to start a gambling topic but in this stretch run ... plenty of money to be made w/ elite clubs fighting for position

lets get thst CL spot, we need the money
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Old March 28, 2010, 06:03 PM
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FT: Liverpool 3-0 Sunderland

Just won £713 after putting £20 bet for Torres to score before half time and Liverpool to win 3-0.
ohh wow. Good win buddy, now where is my share?
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Old April 4, 2010, 10:07 AM
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Birmingham 0-1 Liverpool
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Old April 4, 2010, 10:01 PM
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birmingham 1-liverpool 1

the final score

4th place now only a dream
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Old April 7, 2010, 10:24 PM
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second leg against benfica at anfield today.

trailing by 2-1
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Old April 8, 2010, 11:10 PM
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liverpool 4-1 benfica

semi line up

liverpool vs atletico
fulham vs hamburg
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Old April 12, 2010, 02:57 AM
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liverpool 0 fulham 0

end of no 4 hopes
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Old April 12, 2010, 01:26 PM
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end of no 4 hopes
I think we should ask UEFA again to make provision/rules to allow Liverpool to play in the Champions League next term if we can win the Europa cup this year. Few years ago they did make such provision/rules.

So come on UEFA. Without Liverpool, European football is boring; it is like a jungle without tiger.
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Old April 17, 2010, 09:56 PM
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I think we should ask UEFA again to make provision/rules to allow Liverpool to play in the Champions League next term if we can win the Europa cup this year. Few years ago they did make such provision/rules.

So come on UEFA. Without Liverpool, European football is boring; it is like a jungle without tiger.
that time we won the Champions leaugue.

we cannot expect playing champions leaugue winning europa
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Old April 18, 2010, 03:54 AM
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I think we should ask UEFA again to make provision/rules to allow Liverpool to play in the Champions League next term if we can win the Europa cup this year. Few years ago they did make such provision/rules.

So come on UEFA. Without Liverpool, European football is boring; it is like a jungle without tiger.
Maybe they should make a provision that Liverpool should get automatic entry into Champions league Last 8 no matter what, better still, they should just be crowned champions so that the Kop can continue to believe that Rafa is a Houdini....
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Old April 28, 2010, 10:15 PM
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liverpool host atletico madrid today.

1-0 deficit from away leg
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Old May 1, 2010, 09:19 PM
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liverpool host chelsea today.

an important match for chelsea. important also for liverpool but their 4th place chance is now very very very slim.

chelsea needs to win. a lose or draw could be a blow for their title aspirations
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Gerard is doing his best to throw the game. What a way to give away a goal! Hopefully the rest of the Liverpool team have enough professionalism in them to get a result.

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Old May 5, 2010, 04:54 AM
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Liverpool...you fool pathetic loser.

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Old May 9, 2010, 10:58 PM
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disappointing season end at 7th position and no silverware
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Old June 3, 2010, 09:32 PM
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Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez leaves by mutual consent

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Liverpool have announced manager Rafael Benitez has left the club by mutual consent after six years in charge.

Benitez, 50, replaced Gerard Houllier as Liverpool manager in June 2004 and guided them to Champions League and FA Cup success the following two seasons.

But last season they made an early exit from the Champions League and finished only seventh in the Premier League.

Managing director Christian Purslow and former manager Kenny Dalglish are to begin the search for a replacement.

The club said there is no timeframe for an appointment and they will make no further comment until a new manager has been installed.

Benitez, who had four years of his five-year contract to run, finalised his departure after agreeing a severance payment and said he was "extremely sad" to be leaving the club.

"I'll always keep in my heart the good times I've had here, the strong and loyal support of the fans in the tough times and the love from Liverpool," he told the club's website.

"I have no words to thank you enough for all these years and I am very proud to say that I was your manager.

"Thank you so much once more and always remember: You'll never walk alone."

Recently appointed club chairman Martin Broughton thanked Benitez for his efforts, but said it was time for a new era.

"Rafa will forever be part of Liverpool folklore after bringing home the Champions League following the epic final [against AC Milan] in Istanbul but after a disappointing season both parties felt a fresh start would be best for all concerned," he said.

Former Valencia coach Benitez had been linked with Real Madrid and Juventus in recent months, but with both those clubs now having new men in charge he could be in the running to fill the vacant position at European champions Inter Milan following the departure of Jose Mourinho.

One thing that could delay the appointment of a permanent successor to Benitez at Anfield is the uncertainty over the club's future ownership.

Liverpool are £351m in debt and were put up for sale by co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett earlier this year.

The American pair's ownership of the Reds has been a long-running source of discontent for many fans, who are unhappy with the way the club is being run, and there have been regular protests and public disputes.

Benitez had a fractious relationship with the pair, who admitted sounding out former Germany coach Jurgen Klinsmann about the possibility of him taking over from Benitez at the end of 2007, when they feared the Spaniard could leave the club.

In the aftermath of Benitez's exit on Thursday, Anfield was the starting point for more protests against the American owners, with some supporters carrying banners reading "Gracias Rafa".

Nevertheless, Liverpool must move on with the search for Benitez's replacement.

BBC Sport understands that Dalglish is unlikely to play a role in the future management of the club, and the Reds are happy for Benitez's assistant, Sammy Lee, to take the reins until after the World Cup if necessary.

Fulham manager Roy Hodgson and Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill have been mentioned as potential targets to take over in the long term, as has former Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink, although he recently signed a contract to become coach of the Turkish national side.

But whoever takes the job may have to accept that major additions to the squad are unlikely without first selling players. BBC Sports News correspondent Dan Roan believes the new manager will have a summer transfer budget of between £10m and £15m.

The lack of cash available to invest in players has led to fears over the futures of some of the club's main assets, with striker Fernando Torres and captain Steven Gerrard linked with possible moves.

Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina, one of several Spanish players brought to Anfield during Benitez's reign, expressed his regret at his compatriot's departure.

"It's obviously a sad day," said Reina after Spain's pre-World Cup warm-up match against South Korea.

"He was a very important person for the club for six years. Liverpool grew with him and Rafa also grew thanks to Liverpool.

"I hope that this crisis passes. That a person so important for the club as Rafa has left is news that you never would have expected and that you never would have believed.

"The only thing left for me is to thank him for his confidence during all this time. I wish him the best of luck."

Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson told BBC Sport that Benitez's biggest legacy would be the memory of the team's miraculous comeback to win the 2005 Champions League final.

But Lawrenson said that ultimately Benitez was brought down by his failure to have cover for Torres when he got injured last season.

"He will be remembered for that unbelievable European Cup win when they came from 3-0 down to beat Milan [on penalties], which came very early and how fantastic that was, but he slipped up last year," he said.

"He didn't have a good enough replacement for Torres [when he was injured], and the season fell flat on its face."

In addition to that famous victory in Istanbul, Benitez brought the FA Cup to Anfield in 2006 when captain Gerrard produced a magnificent performance to help the Reds edge past West Ham on penalties.

But the Premier League title, the prize so desperately wanted by Liverpool fans who have had to watch bitter rivals Manchester United gradually draw level with their haul of 18 championships, proved agonisingly beyond Benitez
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Old June 3, 2010, 09:35 PM
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so end of Benitez Era.

time for a new start with a new manager, may be some new players. and lets hope new manager can keep gerrard torres reina mascherano to start the build up.
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so end of Benitez Era.

time for a new start with a new manager, may be some new players. and lets hope new manager can keep gerrard torres reina mascherano to start the build up.
Doesnt seem like to me like a new era. Unless they have new owners :s Money is just too important in so high levels.
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I am sad to see Rafa is leaving. He is one of my favorites.
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Old July 1, 2010, 06:14 AM
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Roy Hodgson leaves Fulham to become Liverpool manager

welcome ROY ....

still no news on the OWNERS which is more important.

just hope ROY keeps the club stable until the transition of OWNERS.
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Old July 1, 2010, 08:35 AM
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Roy Hodgson is a mediocre coach. I am not sure how far he will be successfull with a big team like Liverpool. Or LFC have become a mediocre team itself?

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