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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Liverpool win v "Angie" & we aint heavy,,


europa league 
win v "Angie" 
"he aint heavy"

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.

Produced by Guy Chambers, the song will also feature Paloma Faith, Mel C, Shane MacGowan, Mick Jones (The Clash), Peter Hooton (The Farm), Pete Wylie (The Justice Tonight Band), Richard Hawley, Chris Sharrock (Oasis), Ren Harvieu, Dave McCabe (The Zutons), Paul Heaton (Beautiful South), Hollie Cook, Jon McClure (Reverend & The Makers), John Power (Cast), Beverley Knight and Gerry Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers).
Further names are set to be added to this list ahead of the song's release on December 17. All artists involved are giving their time for free, and all proceeds from the sale of the single will go towards the Hillsborough families' legal costs in their fight for justice.
The original version of the song was used to great effect earlier this season by Everton at Goodison following the release of the Hillsborough Independent Panel's report.

Dalglish added: "The families of the 96 should never have been in the position they are now in, of having to fight to get the accidental verdicts from the 1989 inquests overturned.
"I will continue to support their dignified campaign every step of the way."

CS> Lets not forget the debt owed to Rafa's effort  (with kenny's support) brought so many young talents into our club, (their reward to be dismissed and have contracts broken by G & H & John H e n r y
when these ppl without honour are removed  we shall have a club to be proud of , not a "franchise" !)

From: crazyhorse777 Sent: 1 week ago Subject: Re::Kop Message: Thanks...
all the best in your continued efforts....I wonder if there are paid fsg shills on the's getting nasty now.
My brother is in remission but struggling to get his immune system working.....which can is a big worry....but we are fighting...and he is fighting....

all the best,

Liverpool will have money to spend in January

"Brendan Rodgers has been assured by Liverpool FC’s owners that he will have cash to spend on a new striker of his choice in January."
And it shows FSG have realised if we are to move forward, we'll need to spend money, we didn't buy a striker in the summer transfer window, and with our lack of goals so far this season it's cost us.

So, it looks like we will see a new striker at least in January, maybe another 1/2 new faces too, but a striker should be our top priority, and we should act early in January, so we don't run the risk of missing out on anyone, or leaving it until late and not getting the deal finalized.

--- haven't we heard this all before... 1 or 2 faces ain't good enough. with the amount of injuries and the same team we have, we need at LEAST 4 players brought in. I would bring in at least 2 strikers. and 2 central defenders.

Fenway. The New Gillett and Hicks >

Will believe this when I see it, all been said before......backing Rodgers is cheap!!!

CS>  will ppl please wake up and realise the "money" is comes from pre-season ticket sales, and 3 new kits F S G have put NOTHING into OUR club..(CS) go to :

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