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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Live r POOL updated... but NOIT yet LIBERATED

Kelly V Mancs
Live r POOL updated...       
  The INFESTORS's "fannies" bang on about "buck" ...but the early success of the Younger REdS in the Europa League & League Cup...its the result of RAFA and  KENNY, the lads are playing the footy that caught the eye 2/3 seasons ago as a result of Rafa bringing TWENTY-FIVE international youth  standard players to the Club's academy....and Rafa invited Kenny back to look after them too, and Rafa brought Rudolfo Borrell into nurture their progress... someone suggested some "comendation" for Kenny to recognise his contribution, thats a disgrace! "token gesture" wiill solve what  Henry & co did, to betray a trust and break his contract! no! ..either give him back his job, OR , at least make him Director of footy @ Lfc...


H-T @Wbrom.. another bent Ref... sponsored by the "FA" ...Shanks Used to say "Refs know the rules, but dont know the game" ...but since a few Years the Refs know "sweet FA" but our REdS cant argue u with them..because U shouldnt argue with idiots..


The "team" postponed the friendly match this wednesday - we look for loyal and enthusiastic players ...for OUR CLUB..

"The '96' Angles were watching over yesterday. (v mancs)
Shelvey sent off at 38:58, 38 + 58 = 96
Gerrard scores at 45:51, 45 + 51 = 96
Rafael scores at 51:45, 51 + 51 = 96
Robin Van Persie scores at 80:16, 80 + 16 = 96
#Respect to the '96' , it was their day ."



Sunday, September 23, 2012

mancs steal Justice Game 1-2

mancs steal Justice Game 1-2 

as much as I want to get rid of the "infestors".. ( Henry-Werner & N E S  V / F S G) ...I would never want us to lose games to achieve that aim, especially not against the mancs..
ANFIELD displayed "Justice, TRUTH  & 96" on all sides of the Stadium In a tribute to 96 of our people "legally murdered" on 15th April 89,  as the Tory govt finally agree to release documents that show the police neglegence and cover up by the Thatcherites..

The lads deserved the 3 points, ...Ref Halsey, who I find is usually ok ...showed immense bias, in the Red card for Shelvey in what was obviously a 50/50 situation.. (despite the rants of fergie) 

Liverpool dominated the game, even with 10, but despite Stevies opening goal, (Gerrard, Man of the match ; )  the mancs scored from virtually their first shot, an excellent strike by Raphael, that he probably will never again repeat..  2 penalties claimed by the REdS, ignored by Halsey, and then , he gave the mancs a penalty, even though diver Valencia wasnt touched by Glen, and Pepe got a yellow, for what ?  being there?..

Van Persie scored, (he hadnt had a touch in the rest of the game) just, as Pepe almost tipped it over...& some idiot in the pub cheered, so I asked him, are U a manc? ..he said "evertonian, I come here to see Liverpool lose" ..a typical "bitter"...i aske why? he told me that he like the "goodison atmosphere"..."ever been there"..."NO!, he replied" ..I replied "you w*nker" go to a pub and spend 2 hours being negative about Liverpool at a time when REdS and Blues acknowledge LIVERPOOL solidarity over the eventual release of the HILLSBOROUGH sick! - i suspect he is really a manc!..and we are still awaiting the first league win of F S G 's man ; " Buck rodgers" 

Pre match pics... 

SeaN>Knighthood for Kenny Dalglish -
    I know there have been efforts prior to this but they failed for political or social reasons at the time. The old "number 10" web site used by the MP Steve R was closed down some time ago.There are...

Chris/Ursun> nice gesture, But I am sure Kenny, a Scot and a man of the people, would have rather NOT got stabbed in the Back by Henry & co (F S G) and at least be Director @LFC thats a BIGGER honour than some royal "compliment" ..


Friday, September 21, 2012

Young Boys v Younger REdS 3-5 (Europa)

Young Boys v Younger REdS 
3-5 (Europa)

When Our team played in Basel last night The LFc commentators must have been watching their "political correct" comments carefully...

....saying "we are playing with Young Boys" has an ominous ring to it... ;)

Rodgers put out a side full of Rafa/Kenny's lads...and a few young signings (I cant see that Borini, Sahin, or  I cant even remember his name, having cost us GBP15m........etc  are average, and surely not  better than Lads Like Suso & Wisdom, Pacheco etc who are already there...
============== WE ARE The CLUB 
& "WE come here NOT to PAY" campaign T-Shirts.....

Anna (left) & CSer Maije (below)from Riga in her "golem - chipmunk pose" for We ARE the CLUB t-shirt! ;)

A Finger for Henry & a V for Victory for the SUPPORTERS take over campaign

GI from Vilnius ...early morning shirt... ;)

Seán Ó Cléirigh>     Amazon are selling the standards corrupted shirts.
Anita Migles > shared a link via Vinny Lfc Ynwa Haddley.
13 September
petition to make the production and distribution of the sun newspaper illegal
this petition would be one step towards justice towards anybody or company that have been involved in one of the most tragic and painful cover ups in the history of this country

    ChriS SmiTH > careful, this could be a dangerous precedent, this vile journal must be discarded BY choice not by legislation..why? because otherwise freedom of speech & choice, could be damaged by illegization of the state (which is what the Y*nkers are trying to achieve!)
There is a social sea-change that I believe will lead to Supporter owned clubs, YES , even in the capitalist domain of modern "sport" ...and Hopefully the first will be LIverpool, if ever there was a club that should be supporter owned - its is LIVERPOOL!
     REd AlieN,  Here's what's happening on Twitter lately... Stories :-
Did Murdoch empire order burglary of Hillsborough campaigner’s home?
Hillsborough campaigner Sheila Coleman’s home was broken into more than once—and her address book and papers about the case stolen • ________________________________________

Clubs unite for the 96

From playing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' over the PA through to special messages on the big screen, clubs from all over the country paid their respects to the 96 this weekend. • ________________________________________

New teenage striker Samed Yesil may make Liverpool FC debut against Young Boys, says Brendan Rodgers
BRENDAN RODGERS is set to hand teenage striker Samed Yesil his Liverpool FC debut in Thursday’s opening Europa League group game against Young Boys.  • 

Everton tribute to the 96 • ________________________________________

Why do people still buy The Sun?

Why does anyone still buy The Sun? After a week in which it admitted that its reporting of one of Britain's worst disasters was based on a pack of lies, and when a new poll named the paper as the "least trusted" on the…
    David Conn @david_conn
18 Sep
        Just spoke to Margaret Aspinall: "He ain't heavy he's my brother" was the last single her son James bought her. #EFC didn't know. Strange.
        Retweeted by Empire of the Kop, This Is Anfield and 257 others
    Jayne Cowan @jay_liverbird
18 Sep
        @JimBoardman @empireofthekop @LFC impeccable minutes silence for 96 held by Rangers @ Ibrox tonight #RFC #LFC #JTF96
        Retweeted by Empire of the Kop, Jim Boardman and 68 others
    Joseph S Blatter @SeppBlatter
18 Sep
        Deeply moved by the @Everton Hillsborough tribute to @LFC last night. Great example of fair play and all that is good in football.
        Retweeted by Empire of the Kop, This Is Anfield and 548 others
    Jake Hargreaves @JakeLFCTV
18 Sep
        @LFCTV will be showing delayed coverage of the next gen game with inter Milan tomorrow night at 7pm. Not to be missed! @LFC @NextGenSeries
        Retweeted by Empire of the Kop, Jim Boardman and 21 others
    Shut Down The Sun @ShutDownTheSun
17 Sep
        Today we will start out campaign to alert companies of our unhappiness at either stocking or advertising The Sun newspaper please RT        
        Retweeted by Empire of the Kop, Jim Boardman and 426 others

so late, apologies from an english government who did NOTHING for 23 years to reveal the truth of the legalised murder of 96 of our people and the blame attached to the victims..the words of politicians means nothing to me, they wont ever share the pain of that loss, and unless U have lost a child U cant even come to terms with that emptyness.. Justice? ..delayed is Justice denied..too little and far too late .. they ought to throw the lot in the sea! because the guilty police & other "FA official" are too old to pay! disgust me more than words can say!


Hillsborough families call for Sheffield Wednesday manslaughter inquiry
Safety failings that contributed to death of 96 Liverpool fans were 'foreseeable', but game was allowed to go ahead anyway
Hillsborough on 15 April 1989

The Guardian, Wed 19 Sep 2012 18.00 BST
The safety failures of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club when it hosted the FA Cup semi-final on 15 April 1989 at its Hillsborough ground have been chillingly clear since Lord Justice Taylor itemised them in his official report four months after the disaster. Last week, 23 years on, the Hillsborough Independent Panel supported Taylor's conclusions.
Professor Phil Scraton, of Queens University Belfast, who wrote most of the report which was unanimously approved by all panel members, presented its findings at Liverpool's Anglican cathedral last week to the families of the 96 people who died. He told them that after previous crushes at Hillsborough throughout the 1980s "the risks were known and the fatal crush in 1989 was foreseeable".
Now fresh questions are starting to emerge about what the club knew about the safety risks at its ground – and when.
Charles Falconer QC, representing the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG), has called on the director of public prosecutions to investigate charging Sheffield Wednesday, as well as South Yorkshire police, Sheffield city council and the Football Association, with corporate manslaughter.
"Because the risks were known but the club and FA went ahead anyway with hosting the semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough, we want the DPP to examine whether their conduct amounts to gross negligence which could be the basis for a manslaughter charge," he said.

Sheffield Wednesday applied to host the semi-final, which 54,000 people attended, and semi-finals in 1981, 1987 and 1988, despite the club's safety certificate for Hillsborough not having been updated since 1979.
There was a serious crush in 1981 on the Leppings Lane terrace in which 38 people were injured. The police moved supporters out, they told the club's then chairman, Bert McGee, to avoid "a real chance of fatalities". Shockingly, the panel found in the minutes of a post-match meeting, McGee replied: "Bollocks – no one would have been killed."
Scraton then described how changes to the ground, principally building metal fences running up the Leppings Lane terrace to divide it into separate pens, made "a demonstrably unsafe terrace dangerous."
There were crushes and problems with the old, inadequate turnstiles in 1987 and 1988, after which one supporter wrote to the FA saying the Leppings Lane terrace "will always be a death trap".
Nevertheless, the FA invited Sheffield Wednesday to host the semi-final in 1989, without asking any questions about ground safety, and the club eagerly applied to do so.
Safety breaches
Taylor listed all the club's safety deficiencies and breaches of the Home Office Guide to Safety in Sports Grounds – known as the Green Guide – many of which were in the Leppings Lane terrace, which he described as "unsatisfactory and ill-suited to admit the numbers invited".
Several safety breaches were directly related to the unfolding horror. The seven turnstiles in the Leppings Lane terrace were too few to admit so many supporters – 10,100 from Liverpool – and there was no way of counting how many were in each of the central pens, which became lethally overcrowded.
Hillsborough's overall safe capacity had never been reassessed since 1979; the tunnel that led to the Leppings Lane pens had a gradient of one in six, much steeper than the Green Guide maximum; 40% of fans were too far from the prescribed distance to an exit; the crush barriers were the wrong height and too far apart; and liaison between the club and police on the day "failed".
Yet despite the 96 deaths, the suffering caused to the bereaved families and traumatised survivors, in the 23 years afterwards Sheffield Wednesday never admitted liability.
The families say that as they were trying to cope with their losses the club was unsympathetic, built no decent relationship with them, and treated them with disdain. Not a single director or employee of the club resigned – even Graham Mackrell, the club secretary whose job included overall responsibility for safety matters, stayed in place.
McGee stepped down from the chairmanship of the club in March 1990. He was replaced by Dave Richards, who had not been on the board at the time the disaster happened, but was appointed a director six months later in October 1989. Under his chairmanship, Sheffield Wednesday refused to put up a memorial at Hillsborough for 10 years, until 1999.
Margaret Aspinall, the chair of the HFSG, Phil Hammond, the former chair, and Trevor Hicks, the group's president, all of whom lost teenage children at Hillsborough, recall instantly when asked about the memorial that Sheffield Wednesday initially offered them a small plaque, to be attached to a wall, outside some men's toilets.
"You could not get much greater contempt for families trying to deal with the loss of their loved ones," says Hicks. "Sheffield Wednesday's attitude to the families, and failure to put a memorial up for 10 years, was very distressing to us when we were dealing with the loss of our loved ones. Taylor identified their safety failures as contributory causes of the deaths, yet they behaved as if they did think it was the fans' fault. There was no apology."
Sources close to Richards denied that the families were offered a plaque outside the toilets.
When the families and some of those injured sued for the loss they had suffered, Sheffield Wednesday refused to admit liability or pay compensation. In November 1989, South Yorkshire police did offer damages to some, and as Sheffield Wednesday still refused, the police sued the club and the club's engineers, Eastwoods. They claimed the club were liable because of the inability to control the capacities of the Leppings Lane central pens – "the main cause of the disaster", the police argued – and "unsafe systems" of management and escape from Leppings Lane.
In October 1990, under Richards's chairmanship, Sheffield Wednesday reached a confidential settlement with the police. The club paid a proportion of the settlement. Claims from the bereaved and injured were settled "without admission of liability".
The panel report notes that this drew criticism from the families: "They had wanted South Yorkshire police and Sheffield Wednesday to accept, without ambiguity, their respective responsibilities in causing death and injury."
That acceptance never came. Although Richards, the directors and Mackrell all knew their safety certificate had been 10 years out of date – and also knew all the identified safety failures – the club never actively sought to contradict the false South Yorkshire police stories that supporters themselves had somehow caused the disaster.
In fact, that version of Hillsborough, conclusively proven by the panel to be untrue and deliberately disseminated by South Yorkshire police in a determined cover-up campaign, took hold in Sheffield and has been believed by many ever since. Under Richards, Sheffield Wednesday never apologised to the families for their suffering, nor sought to educate the club's own supporters about its failings and the disaster's true causes.
Only under the new ownership of the Serbian-US businessman Milan Mandaric, who took over in December 2010, have Sheffield Wednesday finally made an official apology. That was issued last Wednesday, the morning before the report was published, following consultation with Aspinall.
Richards stayed on as Sheffield Wednesday chairman until February 2000, shortly after a memorial was finally put up. The club had sunk into debts of £20m, and was facing relegation from the Premier League. Richards left Wednesday three months before they were relegated, to take the job as the first paid chairman of the Premier League. His first salary, as part-time chairman, was £176,667. He is still the Premier League chairman, representing English football internationally, and is a main board director of the FA. His salary from the Premier League last year was £347,000.
In 2006, while the Hillsborough families were struggling to have anyone in authority hear their campaign for the truth about the disaster to be accepted, Richards was knighted for services to football.
This was principally due to him being chairman of the Football Foundation, which gives grants from the Premier League, FA and government to grassroots football facilities and projects.
Richards generally does not talk to the press, but via sources this week he said of Hillsborough that he had been there on the day of the disaster and was horrified by seeing it. He said that prompted him to become a director of the club, and seek to improve its approach to safety. He was the chairman when, with grants of public money, the Leppings Lane and Kop terraces were made all-seated following the second Taylor report. Richards has told Premier League staff he was appalled that Sheffield Wednesday had hosted matches for 10 years without an up-to-date safety certificate. However, he has not made that known publicly during the 23 years in which, including under him, the club resisted liability. Richards said he refused to put a memorial up at Hillsborough for 10 years on legal advice. He said he was advised by lawyers that to do so would compromise the club's stance not to admit liability for the disaster. Representatives of Liverpool Football Club and supporters' groups who pressed Sheffield Wednesday during that period to put up a memorial, arguing that its absence was distressing to families and survivors, recall Richards giving a similar answer then.
Aspinall said: "I am absolutely appalled and disgusted that after our loved ones died and we were caused so much pain and suffering, the chairman of the club where the disaster happened, which failed to put a memorial up for 10 years and treated the families with contempt, has been knighted for services to football and is the chairman of the Premier League.
"While we have been through 23 years of hell fighting for the truth and justice, a lot of people have done very well after Hillsborough. We never got an apology from one of them. Certainly, Sir Dave Richards should give up his knighthood and resign as the chairman of the Premier League."
Richards did not respond to that call for his resignation, other than to pass on the name of the law firm which he said gave legal advice not to put up a memorial. Senior sources at Sheffield Wednesday, however, and the panel, said they had handed over all the club's documents relating to Hillsborough, and seen no such legal advice.
Falconer said: "This idea that Sheffield Wednesday putting up a memorial would amount to admitting liability is utter rubbish. It is about showing respect for the victims, and failing to put a memorial up was consistent with how Sheffield Wednesday behaved under Sir Dave Richards: they wanted to reduce their association with the disaster as much as possible."
None of the directors on the Sheffield Wednesday board at the time of the disaster resigned as a consequence, although in March 1990 McGee stepped down. Keith Addy, a director involved in construction – whose duties, according to club documents, included "particular responsibility for ground alterations and improvements" – stayed on for almost 20 years, until January 2008.

Mackrell, who had been the official designated safety officer for Hillsborough at the time of the disaster, saw Sheffield Wednesday through all the legal processes in which it denied liability, and was promoted, under Richards, to chief executive. He still has high-profile jobs in football, working for the League Managers Association and as a venue director at stadiums hosting matches for European football's governing body, Uefa.
In June 1999, Mackrell left Sheffield Wednesday to become the chief executive at West Ham United. Six months later, for the last eight minutes of a League Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa, West Ham fielded a player, Emmanuel Omoyimni, who had not been formally registered by the club. When that administrative error was discovered, Mackrell immediately stepped down from his job. "I felt the only honourable thing to do was resign," he said at the time.
Contacted this week about the possibility of the DPP mounting a corporate manslaughter investigation into the failings at Sheffield Wednesday that led to the Hillsborough disaster, Mackrell said: "I am making no comment."
When I interviewed him in 2004 for my book The Beautiful Game? Searching for the Soul of Football, Mackrell argued that the police blunder, opening an exit gate to allow a large number of supporters in without closing off the tunnel leading to the Leppings Lane pens, was the disaster's main cause.
"No way would I have any involvement in that whatsoever," he said.
Mackrell said the changes made to Leppings Lane had happened before he joined the club, and "other people" were responsible for them. I asked if he had considered resigning after 96 people died at the ground for which he was the safety officer.
"No, never," he said.


REdS v Mancs & the bigger conflict ...V NESV/FSG (Henry-Werner empire in meltdown?)

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

1-1 @ sund..overshadowed by the TRUTH?

1-1 @ sund..
overshadowed by the TRUTH?

The notice at the game last weekend posted by Sunderland underlines the mentality of society too , a great gesture by many, but 23 years too late,,.,

The game ( was overshadowed by the govt. announcing ONLY 23 YEARS too late that they would release documents about the @legalised murder@ of 96 of OUR people...
too few People question the media, the government, the popular opinion, they dont take the time, and this happened at Lfc not only because of the lies told about Hillsborough, but how easily ppl chose to believe that Henry-Werner & their smooth NESV/F SG bull made them "saviours" ...  

have YOU every considered that here was no "sale" from G & H to N E S V?  ..that "brokers" suddenly appeared when global REdS started to force G & H , backstabbers Purslow & Broughton, and their then puppet Hodgson out of the door, questioning the action of RBS and the high rates of interest that were costing more than players????

Those brokers were know by both G & H and NESV... !!

The "scenario" was created... get rid of the bad guys, reeling after the local & global REdS hounded the above via "Tom & George not welcome...anywhere" posters...and the Internet blockade..!

 So, did anyone notice that the Y*nkers simply play a media-exploited "script"  and project G & H as the bad guys, and even try to pretend that cunning stunt Purslow & Broughton were "heroes" ..despite that they had ignored supporters wishes and other "buyers".....John Henry ..doing a john Wayne impression,  brings in his media side-kick Tom Werner, (he of the snidey laugh!) soft-soaps Supporters union committee members and Tomkins who has the ear & eye (via his popular blog) of a certain type of "thinking fan"...

They stick Shanks grandkid as chairman of a "Lfcl supporters committee" that has done little except agree with H - W since its inception..they sack Hodgson after 10,000 fans dont turn up, ignore Rafa who was the credentials and respect and LOVE of our global supporters..and bring back Kenny, yet break HIS contract and  insult DALGLISH, who is more than legend, one & off the field, more than a saint to LIverpool people, after just one full season..despite Kenny getting our first trophy in 6 seasons..and nearly getting 2!..and ignored the HILLSBOROUGH memorial..
and now they employ another (Younger ..but who like Hodgson has won NOTHING..) because , like Hodgson, the media like him, and he wont confront them...a la Rafa or Kenny, because we all know... Y*nkers & media have one thing in common ..they HATE being told the truth! (especially if it exposes their failures!)

 "buck" Rodgers ; nice lad, as such, but just a pawn in the yankers business franchise plan... he dont get it either! OUR CLUB!

! joined by yet another CSer....WE ARE.... still, and forever..THE CLUB, support the team, but NOT the Y*nkers!



REdNET September 18, 2012 8:09 AM

CS> Those who are attending 23 sept Meeting and need collecting from the Airport, pse contact via CSers / or via u.r.s.u.n. on FB etc.. the y*nkers are doing their utmost to block our meetings & communications..what are they worried about if we are only "a few rebels" ;) ?????????????


Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Buck-Henry's boys 0 ar*enal 2

Buck-Henry's boys 0 ar*enal 2

ONE OF the most worrying things about our current situation is that this Y*nker INFESTor-caused decline over recent years (totally denied by John W's open letter "denial" yesterday on the official website) is that it was all SO PREDICTABLE..yet so many fan(ies)s just bought so quickly into it and surrenderely the "people power" achieved during the conflict with G & H..

The moronic & scum media , with so few journos being brave enough to stand up and tell the truth just fed the bullsh*te through their banal articles.. hating the independence & loyalty (to true REd supporters) of Rafa & Kenny..

They just praised the N E S V / F S G  "business plan"  which they falsely claimed "saved" Lfc from a disaster MADE BY Previous Y*nkers...

The almost ridiculous and even insulting sight of the chelski fan Broughton being "chairman" of Lfc by fraudulent bankers (RBS etc) ..(banker + w*nker = y*nker!) ...& a fist - pumping conman (Purslow) hailed as "heroes" was a complete farcethat sickened the stomachs of Supporters of any intelligence..fanning the ILLUSION that the club was in real debt other than what was "conjured up" between Yankers to pay moores and to produce a paper claim by the banks that just wasnt true,.,and which was in reality PAID OFF by our (supporters) income to the club (we buy the tickets,
 the shirts and enable the value of Tv rights, worldwide) ..

some of the naive still question can 7 MILLION supporters & fans worldwide support an EPL standard club, yet deny that we generate ALL its income..and ignore that Barca & Bayern have been "reasonably succesful" over the years and yet they are owned by the supporters!!!!!

Its pathetic how "fan(ie)s "  cant wait to be screwed by Henry & co's sponsors and the Warrior's moronic slogan which produced an away kit that is simply terrible.. OUR Campaign slogan "WE COME here NOT to PAY!" ..does NOT refer to the F S G lacks of transfer purchases, because I certainly believe our accademy produces quality players...

WE refer to OUR supporters and members BOYCOTT of official shops and instead supporting, promoting and marketing (on a not-for-profit basis) OUR own True REdS / LiverBird products & services in COMPETITION with N E S v /F S G ..and WE will make profit for a renewed LIVERPOOL club in asscoaiation with ex-players & the celebrities that claim to love Lfc.  

IF EVER there were SUPPORTERS that deserved to own their club it is LIVERPOOL Supporters, this is a cnflict which shall not end until "they" are gone..

WE are the CLUB, WE are Liverpool and we shall WIN !

 p.s. As for sunday's "performance" without invention (apart from Luis & Raheem, again) and worse, without PASSION to storm their goal until the end..certainly NO (promised) improvement on what (IMO) Kenny & Steve could have achieved with theie squad had Henry not broken promises and contracts..thats the sort of coward John W is!

p.p.s a youth policy is FINE, but we dont have to buy youth as Rafa, Kenny & Rudolfo have brought enough young talent through,,we are letting some of our best go, and buying nothing special...why did he play sahin?..the man did nothing of note!... and surely Henderson is better than Allen? why buy another "worker"?  Borini, over-rated shd have played central with Suarez going "free" on the wings..Stevie shd NOT be playing for england when his club performancesare still not at the level we(and he?) expects..otherwise he will NOT be lifting that league title...for us!