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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

11111 Happy Celts New Year ("Semain") to all True REdS -Worldwide!

11111 Happy Celts New YEAR !("Semain") 

28/10/2011, 11:26

11111 Celts New year "special" (& on UNSUB! link )


31 oct/1 November ;  celts New Year. (The original Celts festival of "semain" known more popularly as "all saints", "all hallows" or commercially popularised by the USA as "halloween"....


Shanks took this club and made the basis of a global entity ; and bonded manager, players AND SUPPORTERS together in something he called the "holy trinity" …the way supporters are, at games, or on the net, watching in pubs, or when they wear our badge going about their daily lives REFLECTS upon us all…  WE ARE THE CLUB, as important as the players and manager, even more so , because many of us will see several generations of players & managers come and go.. Remember this when you make a "casual comment" or insult..BE positive, in the LIVERPOOL way (of Shanks)...

  • To Ugo 
  • sorry, that I "took out" yr young friend playing for the other team, my "timing" was a (bit) late, but he shouldnt keep crying every time he is tackled, if he wants to play against men, not boys...and maybe if he was stronger I would recommend him to the Lfc accademy because he is quite good (on his left side) .. i wasnt in my best "condition" i went out friday and saturday night , too much alchohol, thanks for coming to pick me up, i appreciate it, i know studies are "important" but U are our "team manager" and we say "all work and no play" is NOT good for anyone,..IMO no one should work for more than 4 hours, because ppl become "stale" after that time..
  • p.s. I also have cuts on my shins from "OTT" tackles by the other team, and remember the black eye and kick in the head i got from them a month ago!? ..i dont moan, just we have to take it and play on, its what a man should do..

31/10/2011, 09:45

"I did NOT ask to join this group, I was INVITED by Ugo to join this Lfc Monty, I have attempted to bring positives the region via meetings and stories or my knowledge and understanding of more than 40 years of being a "True Red"  I commented on Ugo's statement , the same way I would if this was part of western europe, africa, india or asia. However, SOME "fans" are so self-absorbed that they see any comment from "outsiders" as something to discard..

But as is said in our culture "if the cap fits, wear it!" other words if you take a comment personally, then its probably YOU that has the problem…not me! ;)  If you don’t treat me with respect as a guest, then don’t be surprised if my next reaction IS personal!"

  • Mladen Pavicevic
    take it easy, man, and DO NOT send msgs which are about how to love my only one, LFC! It's your love, too, and I don't do that... I understand everything, but not sure you realise WHAT ARE YOU DOING! this is free country, but nobody should
    tell us how to support LFC WITHOUT ANY REASON! I admire your expiriences, your personality, but I'M NOT SURE you do the same thing with us! I'm not selfish, and I'm not bigger than anyone! So please, without any explanation, I know what you are trying to do!
  • Chris Monty i take it VERY easy, because U dont bother me at all.... ;) I only respect those who show they deserve it, and I will ALWAYS promote OUR "Liverpool way" wherever I live, here or on any other part of the planet, and if u dont like me, thats YOUR problem, not mine!

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w(oy) Brom 0 - Liverpool 2

Goals by Adam (Pen) and Andy, didn’t really tell the story of domination over "hodgsons team" and I will always take more than usual pleasure at a LIVERPOOL victory when we DOMINATE his teams on their ground.. Anything to inflict some pain on someone who never should have been involved in OUR club. 

17 shots on their goal, could have brought more goals but on the positive we played like a  TRUE RedS team, collectively, and whilst  its easy to picj put our Star; Luis, there were more than sound performances all round our team. For me, Lucas was perfect, the defence was solid, with Danny back, WBA didn’t have a decent shot on target until about 70 mins. Adam & Henderson, worked well, and Stewart, whilst still "quiet" could have caused a couple of "assists"

Referee Lee Masons anti-Lfc bias was exposed by an honest linesman, that he failed to give the pen (and another handball later in the first half, when both times was within a few metres of the ball,) is obvious. Without either Carra or Stevie, the team showed the sort of football that deserves a top of the table position, if we play like this every game, we will be!


Daniel Agger insists Liverpool will take a lot of confidence from keeping a clean sheet as the Reds returned to winning ways in the Barclays Premier League with a 2-0 victory at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

After two successive 1-1 draws in the top-flight, the Danish international played his part as Kenny Dalglish's side secured a deserved victory and stretched their domestic league and cup unbeaten streak to seven games.
"It was so important for us to keep a clean sheet and that is always good for us defenders and great for the whole team as well," Agger told
"I thought we played well and deserved the three points. We are happy and we have to continue this form and keep winning games.
"I think we can take a lot from this result and we now look ahead to the next game against Swansea at home and try and get another three points."

Dalglish's charges secured the victory thanks to a penalty from Charlie Adam and a strike from Andy Carroll.
Adam showed nerves of steel to send Ben Foster the wrong way from 12 yards out, despite the initial efforts of the West Brom players to put him off.
Agger said: "It was nice to see Andy score a good goal and I had no doubt Charlie would score. They tried to put him off but that doesn't bother Charlie."
Agger made his 100th top-flight appearance in the No.5 jersey and has now set his sights on achieving a double century.
The Dane added: "It's special to play 100 league games for Liverpool and it has been a long time coming because of the unlucky injuries I have had.
"Hopefully now I can have an injury free run and I hope now to keep on going and play another 100 games for this club.
"I am enjoying my football now. I feel I have been unlucky with injuries and hopefully I can get some good luck now because it means a lot to me to play for this club."

Kenny Dalglish is confident both Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher will return to action in the near future after the duo missed the 2-0 triumph at West Brom.
The Reds boss was quizzed about their omission from the squad at his post-match press conference at the Hawthorns and the Scot was quick to allay any fears over their long-term fitness.
Dalglish told reporters: "Carragher has a calf strain. Steven Gerrard has an infection in his ankle.
"Steven was in my mind for the game today but it just flared up. We are off tomorrow, so we'll have a more accurate idea on Monday or Tuesday when we return to training. We will be more accurate next week than what we can be now."
The fact that the Reds still managed to pick up the three points at the Hawthorns without the pair also pleased Dalglish, who admitted it illustrates the strength of the squad he now has at his disposal.
"We are certainly much better with them in the squad than out of it," he said.
"They have done magnificently for this football club and they will continue to do magnificently for us too.
"They will continue to make a contribution, even now.
"I suppose it is a reflection on the strength of the squad when the two talismanic figures aren't playing and you still come and put on such a top performance."
First-half goals from Charlie Adam (penalty) and Andy Carroll ensured the Reds moved up to fifth, a point behind third-placed Chelsea.
Dalglish was delighted with his team's overall display and felt the controversy surrounding the opener from the spot was irrelevant in light of the chances they had to make the scoreline more flattering.
"I thought we played really well, we thoroughly deserved to win the game and some of the football we played was fantastic," he said.
"If you want to review every decision in the game, we'll be here for a while.
Analysis of our WBA win

"I couldn't see it from where I sat and I haven't seen the television either. I'm not trying to be evasive or duck the question. Our boys had a big appeal for a handball too, which we didn't get as well."
He continued: "It could have been more comfortable, but 2-0 is pretty satisfactory for us coming here. They've been playing well, they beat Villa away. Okay, Villa went down to 10-men with a poor sending off, but they played really well here against Wolves too.
"So after having a difficult start, Roy has got them turned around and playing really well, so it was going to be difficult for us getting something here.
"We've not lost a goal and scored two at the other end. We played some great football and could have had a lot more goals, but we are happy with the three points.
"A clean sheet is very pleasing, it helps you to get something from a game, but goals win you games, so I think from Pepe through to everyone we played really well."
Luis Suarez produced yet another virtuoso showing against the Baggies which inevitably led journalists to ask Dalglish to wax lyrical about the Uruguayan.
The boss conceded the No.7 had been instrumental once again but was quick to lay the credit at the feet of all of his players.
He said: "I made a quote after the game on Wednesday night, that after a week I ran out of superlatives about Luis.
"And I've not educated myself in three or four days, so what I said then stands now. He's a fantastic footballer and I think for us there were a lot of excellent performances out there. There's not one player who played for us that could be disappointed with their performance.
"Luis and Andy haven't played that many games together and I thought they did well today. I'm sure everyone in our squad is appreciative of what Luis does, but I'm sure that also applies the other way. Today was a great example of how together they are as a group. I thought that was a huge factor in us getting a result.
"Obviously within the group there are people who excel a bit more than others and for us it seems like that is Luis quite often, but I don't think the rest of them are too far behind."
The victory moves Liverpool well within range of the Champions League places but Dalglish refused to be drawn on the latest standings.
"We'll just keep bouncing on," he added. "At the end of the season we'll find out where we finish, as I've said in the past, we'll take it one game at a time."
Author: Paul Hassall at the Hawthorns

Andy Carroll was on target as Liverpool closed the gap on the top four with a comfortable 2-0 victory at West Brom on Saturday evening.

The towering No.9 struck his third goal of the campaign on the stroke of half-time after Charlie Adam had given the Reds an early lead from the penalty spot.
It put the seal on a superb overall display from Kenny Dalglish's men and means they now lie fifth, just one point behind third placed Chelsea, heading into next weekend's clash at home to Swansea City.
The pre-match rumour mill was spinning into overdrive as Liverpool arrived in the midlands for the tea-time kick-off at the Hawthorns.
The bombshell that the Reds would be without both Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher was greeted with shock by the travelling Kop, though the news that Carling Cup hero Suarez had shaken off a knock to start somewhat tempered the blow.
Back-to-back league draws meant Dalglish's men knew that victory was crucial if they were to maintain sight of the top four and the fact they were once again coming up against former boss Roy Hodgson added extra spice to this Halloween weekend encounter.
The Reds made a fast start too and twice carved out good openings inside 90 seconds.
First Suarez broke free of his man and looked set to race through only to be let down by that rarest of things: a poor first touch.
But the Uruguayan recovered his composure within an instant and teed up Charlie Adam 20 yards from goal only for the Scotland international to crash his first-time shot way over the crossbar.
The hosts responded with a free-kick that caused a minor ruffling of the feathers in Liverpool's defence before the Reds were awarded a hotly-disputed spot-kick on eight minutes.
Suarez attempted to exchange a one-two with Glen Johnson and as the No.7 wrestled for possession with Jerome Thomas, he appeared to be pushed to the floor.
The linesman flagged, leaving referee Lee Mason with no option but to point to the spot. The Albion players expressed their disdain for well over a minute before Adam stepped up to coolly send Ben Foster the wrong way and give Liverpool a lead their impressive opening deserved.

The Reds continued to look the more menacing as the half progressed and on 22 minutes Suarez was once again at the heart of an incisive move.
The diminutive attacker broke down the right flank and cut inside to deliver a probing cross that Carroll met with a header that was fortuitously deflected to safety.
There was a real flair and invention to some of the away team's approach play and another clever exchange between Jordan Henderson and Johnson ended with the full-back seeing his low cross diverted to safety by a desperate West Brom leg.
Suarez then showed that he was human after all with a 25-yard free-kick that flew harmlessly into the stand before he somehow managed to crash a close-range effort over the bar. Martin Skrtel, who was making his 100th Premier League appearance for the club, was left unmarked at a corner and when the ball broke to the Slovakia international he showed great awareness to pick out Suarez who fired over on the stretch.
Once again Liverpool were creating some gilt-edged opportunities but despite their dominance, they were given a warning on 40 minutes when Paul Scharner's long-range blockbuster was well blocked by Skrtel.
A second goal prior to the interval would have given the Reds the cushion their performance deserved and only some great defending by Jonas Olsson denied Carroll after some more sublime play by Suarez and Stewart Downing.
However, the signs were ominous for Hodgson's men and on the stroke of half-time the visitors broke with devastating effect.
Lucas Leiva seized upon possession just inside his own half and hit a delicious outside of the foot pass into the stride of Suarez on the right. The attacker looked up and caressed a perfectly-weighted ball to Carroll who held off his man before stabbing a low shot beyond the advancing Foster.
In truth, it was no more than Dalglish and co deserved for a slick first 45 but as the two teams returned for the second period it was the hosts who looked the more threatening.
Somen Tchoyi twisted and turned his way into space on the far right of the area before drilling in a low shot that had Reina scrambling.
At the other end, Suarez continued to pester the Baggies rearguard with his quick feet and industry but the clinical finish remained elusive as he blasted wide on two occasions.
On 57 minutes it looked like the striker was finally going to get his goal when Carroll unselfishly laid the ball into his path, but he saw his low drive brilliantly blocked inside the six-yard box.
It was almost turning into a one-man onslaught on the West Brom goal and even when he did manage to find the net with a sublime lob, the forward was denied his eighth of the campaign by the offside flag.
Eventually an opportunity did fall the way of another Liverpool player when Foster denied Jose Enrique a maiden strike in red with a fine fingertip stop.
And from the resulting corner Downing was left unmarked on the edge of the box but saw his low shot fizz right across a packed penalty area and two yards wide of the far post.
To their credit the home team had stepped up a level following the break and it least gave Reina some form of trouble when Steven Reid fired straight at the custodian from 30 yards.
However, the visitors clearly sensed that there were still goals in the game for them too and Carroll was unlucky to see his stinging effort beaten to safety by Foster.
The former Newcastle man was clearly enjoying playing alongside the energetic Suarez and he really should have had his second of the game on 70 minutes when he dragged well wide after a lightning break left two Liverpool players queuing up to score.
As the game entered injury-time Downing was denied his first for the Reds when his shot smashed against the near post, and despite a lack of icing on the cake, Dalglish would have been more than satisfied with the way his team had gone about securing a well-deserved return to winning ways. man of the match: Luis Suarez
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Andy Carroll is confident he will continue to benefit from partnering a player he regards as the best in the Barclays Premier League.

The England striker netted his third of the campaign in Saturday's win over West Brom, an occasion that saw his link-up with Luis Suarez begin to blossom.
Carroll feels the pair's differing styles have the makings of a prolific partnership and admits he has enjoyed every second alongside the Uruguayan so far.
"Luis is a great player who works so hard for the team and it's nice to have him up top with me," Carroll said.
"Luis drops off, gets the ball into his feet, can dribble with it and slip people in. We just try to stretch defenders and try to make the pitch as big as possible.
"I thought it was a good move for my goal. Luis put me in and I had time to take a touch and slip it past the 'keeper. It was great to score again - there's no better feeling really.
 "Luis makes it easy playing alongside him. I think we played well together and hopefully that will carry on.
"I couldn't name a better player in the Premier League than Luis. He's fantastic to have in the squad. He makes chances and scores goals himself so he's a great all-round player and he showed that again."

Carroll returned to Liverpool's starting line-up for the Carling Cup clash at Stoke City and impressed enough to retain his place at the Hawthorns at the weekend.
He admits he would love to start every week but acknowledges the quality within the Reds ranks means no-one is assured of a regular place.
"I've been disappointed to be sat on the bench," he said. "But when you are left out it just makes you work harder the next day in training to get your place back.
"We have a big squad, players come and go every week. It was a different XI at West Brom compared to the previous week and the week before that. Everyone is fighting hard in training for a place.
"I've been working hard every day to get my fitness up and to try to get a place in the team and I think I earned it.
"I thought I played well against Stoke and again on Saturday - to get a goal made it even better. We will have to see what happens next weekend. I want to get my name in the starting XI every week."
The 2-0 success over Roy Hodgson's men means Liverpool stretched their unbeaten run to seven matches in all competitions.
Carroll was delighted with the overall level of performance against the Baggies and reckons it was all the more impressive given that it was produced without Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher.
 "It was a good game to be involved and I thought all the lads played well," Carroll said.
"We showed what we can do. We passed it around well and deserved the three points.
"It was tough not having Stevie or Carra in the squad. They are great players and we need them in the team once they've got over their little niggles.
"But we have fantastic players that can come in. The game showed we've got lads who can step in when needed and do a job."

Author: Paul Hassall

 personal reflection...

personal comments;
AnaM (on skype?)

So what happened in SA, I didn’t really understand the news apart from there was shooting?
I know U wont have time for me, U are always busy when U have been away, ..I don’t know if u "got" my comment about "Forth bridge painting"..there is a big bridge that is constantly painted, as soon as they get to the end that they start at the beginning again, it seems like u have been painting your house all year! ;)

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