11911 LiVe_R-PooL update and stoke preview..avoiding the significance of this anniversary date, to which I shall refer in another link (http://unsub-b.blogspot.com/)
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-fc/liverpool-fc-news/2011/09/06/former-liverpool-fc-manager-rafael-benitez-to-launch-his-own-website-100252-29369312/2/#.TmYGKZiYJIo.twitter afc ..
I 'd like to bet that IF Rafa got involved with AFC Liverpool, he'd be able to get the club to the premiereship within 10 years! I'd help him as long as the club belonged to supporters|! ;)
IMO The Barca recent "superiority" is only due to the "big 4" (and i dont include Spurs or citehyet, because they are far from established as top clubs) ...Liverpool Arsenal Chelski & the mancs and the top Italian Teams have all been off their best in last 3 years makign Barca look much better than they really are, I dont feel that Barca have to contend with highly demanding physical confrontations in La Liga as the EPL teams almost ALways have to do, this takes its tole..
Read More http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-fc/liverpool-fc-news/2011/09/07/former-liverpool-fc-manager-rafa-benitez-analyses-the-differences-between-english-and-spanish-football-100252-29376005/2/#ixzz1XLrsc3mD http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/liverpool-explore-partnership-with-uruguay-side-nacional-2350012.html
|Silva ; Tony celebrates|
|Youth Team have a strong REdS spirit|
|Coady from the spot|
|Wisdom & co win 0-4 at Molde|
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Kenny " some people always seem to want to focus on the negative side of people, instead of the positive" goodness me ..is anyone listening?
Stoke (away in the League) Preview..
|Seb & Enrique share a joke|
|Stevie back in Training!|
|Coates & Carroll|
|New Old Boy Bellamy raises a smile with Glen|
Training pics... a good team spirit?
"When Steven is ready to come back it will be a fantastic boost for everybody. The transfer window is shut, so for us it will be a real bonus because it will be like a new player coming back."As he said himself in an interview on Saturday, everything feels really strong, fresh and he's happy with where he's got to and what he's done - and we're delighted for him."He deserves a break from injuries and he'll be welcomed back with open arms."
Both sides are set to give debuts to their transfer deadline-day signings, as ex-Red Peter Crouch lines up against his former club, while Liverpool fans will be reacquainted with Craig Bellamy after a four-year hiatus, with the Welsh forward likely to feature from the bench.