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Saturday, December 27, 2014

not Boxing update...

burnley 0 LIVERPOOL 1 (Raheem) 

we didnt BOX , burnley did!  slow start,... our  Team were far too deep first half, dont know if Can made much of a difference
but we looked more positive 2nd half, Mign. looks shaky, but maybe he can recover..
has to, because constant changes to a defence is damaging to team play and confidence, but
too often we were 2nd to the ball, played without conviction,
once again Coutinho proved his creative value with the assist and Raheem finished well,
but I dont agree with taking Phil. off when we nede to keep control of the game. to rely
on long balls to Richie, caught twice offside, is guaranteed to lose possession// 
which when playing bottom  teams who rely on pressure and effort, is not clever.

However, Burnley (who seemed to make FOUR subs late in the 2nd half ha ha...) 
...didnt get one chance on target apart from hitting the post when Brad was injured,
anyway, 0 goals against and three points... 


we will need to start well monday v Swans.. we struggled to beat them at home in League cup with a late winner, we must fight first then control game..

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Wayne >Dec 26  
Bodgers is an absolute disgrace to single out one player, to blame for his (bodgers) failings. #totaljoke

New Liverpool system is bringing the best out of me says Adam Lallana 
"Tactical tweak is helping Liverpool FC"

Tony O'D> Dec 24  
I would just like to wish each and everyone of you REDS an Awesome Xmas and a Happy New Year :) Hope you and your family's have a great 1 :) From me and Xabi YNWA REDS :) RED 4 EVER :) x

Robert > Dec 21  
Brendan Rodgers is confident Daniel Sturridge remains firmly on course for a return to action in the New Year.
The striker is currently in Boston where he is undergoing a rehabilitation programme on a thigh problem sustained in November.
Successive injuries have meant Sturridge has not figured for the Reds since August 31, but Rodgers is hopeful the 25-year-old will be challenging for a place in his team in January.

Pa Y> Dec 21  

posted in LIVERPOOL F.C. forever !!
 Nasa > Dec 25  
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Gary McCallister a truly great player. YNWA 

Nasa > Dec 25  
Nine points a must for Liverpool FC over Christmas, says Neil Jones
The Echo's sports writer gives his opinion after their press conference this morning
Liverpool Echo sports writer Neil Jones says Liverpool FC must target nine points from their Christmas games if they are to climb up the league table.
The Reds face Burnley, Swansea and Leicester over the festive period and Neil said: "Last season you would be saying that was a nailed on nine points, but this season you cannot make any guarantees.
"However they are games where if Liverpool are to push on they have to get at least seven points from, and I would say they have to get nine. They are capable of doing it, if they retain their recent performance levels."

Nasa >Dec 25  
U21s make festive visit to Claire House

Four players from Liverpool's U21s team made a special Christmas visit to Claire House Children's Hospice yesterday and left a lasting impression on one young Kopite in particular.
Cameron Brannagan, Joe Maguire, Connor Randall and Daniel Trickett-Smith were the quartet of Academy representatives seeking to spread festive cheer at the base in Wirral.
Their trip was part of an ongoing partnership between the club and the hospice, which aims to enhance the quality of life for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.
Players from the Reds' youth teams in Kirkby are regular visitors to Claire House and the youngsters staying there, in addition to volunteering at the organisation's charity shops.

Andrew Peter H> Dec 25  
happy xmas to all Liverpool fans we will never walk alone

James Michael P> Dec 21  
dont give me your "we go again" "believe" "faith crap.
in brendan i dont f......g trust. He should get sacked.
we not gonna win today <B4 arse*** game! > 

Nasa > Dec 24  
Mario Balotelli struggling to adapt Liverpool's style of play, says Brenda n 
Rodgers admits Mario Balotelli is struggling to adapt to Liverpool’s style of play and has refused to comment on speculation linking Fernando Torres with a return to Anfield.

CS> 4 months later!

Rodgers open to January signings to help boost struggling Liverpool
The Reds have suffered an indifferent campaign so far and Rodgers is open to the right additions in January to help his side challenge for the top four
 Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he is open to making signings in January - provided they are right for him

CS> I wou1dnt trust BR and f s g with my weekend shopping money!

Luis Suarez sends 500 Christmas baskets to kids at Uruguayan hospital
The Barca striker has shown he is in touch with his charitable side after sending the packages to children in his home country
Suarez has sent 500 baskets of gifts for children and their families at a Uruguayan hospital.

he has sent the packages to the Pereira Rossell hospital in Montevideo.
The sacks included Christmas food and drinks, and the Uruguay forward donated the carts as part of his ambassadorial role at Uruguayan foundation 'Scremini Pérez', a children's cancer charity.
Suarez included on each bag the message: "Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2015 with your loved ones. Luis Suarez and family."

Suarez has endured a career of controversy since making his name with Ajax, including three separate biting incidents and a racism storm with then Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.
His reputation on the field has suffered because of it, particularly in England, and his failure to clean up his act sped up his exit from the Premier League.
However, he is still seen as a legend in his native Uruguay, and has show his big-hearted side by sending the Christmas gifts for children who will be spending the big day in hospital.
Suarez has had a slow start to his career with Barca, netting just once in his first eight La Liga appearances.

Mark posted in YNWA GROUP > Dec 22 

LFC Academy players and staff to take part in Christmas peace tournament 
Premier League Christmas Truce International tournament takes place this weekend

posted in L F.C. forever !!
 Nasa > Dec 24  

The festive period has brought some brilliant memories for Liverpool FC. 
Here's some of the best xmas crackers.

Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool
December 26, 1978

“They are as good as most in Europe and they should be a cert for the championship,” said United manager Dave Sexton after the Reds destroyed their rivals at Old Trafford to stay top of the league.
Goals from Ray Kennedy and Jimmy Case put the reigning European champions in full control, before David Fairclough – making one of his 92 starts – rounded off the result with a brilliant goal, leaving four defenders sprawling and dinking it past the goalkeeper.

Liverpool 5-2 Manchester City
December 27, 1982

Liverpool moved five points clear of Nottingham Forest with a brilliant win over mid-table Manchester City in a game that kicked off at 11.30am.
Despite the early start, the Reds were quick out the blocks, 3-0 up before midday. Two from Kenny Dalglish either side of a Phil Neal strike won the game for Liverpool before 30 minutes.
David Cross pulled one back for City before half-time but Ian Rush and the hat-trick goal from Dalglish made it 5-1. Tommy Caton managed a consolation for City, who had Joe Corrigan in goal.

Liverpool 3-1 Leeds
December 26, 1997

A great Boxing Day for the Reds as they jumped above Leeds United in the table with a stirring win. Starting Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen up front, a goalless first half was followed by an Owen strike just seconds into the second half. Alf-Inge Haaland equalised but two late goals from Fowler saw the Reds move into fourth.

One report spoke well of “the [sort of] high-quality, high-speed passing plus brave hearts too when the studs started to fly”.
Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal
December 23, 2000

It was a very Merry Christmas for Liverpool, who had consecutive wins over Manchester United and Arsenal to celebrate – the latter being a full-on hammering.
An early drive from outside the area by Steven Gerrard put the Reds in control. In the second half, goals from Michael Owen, Nick Barmby and Robbie Fowler had Anfield jubilant, moving Gerard Houllier's team within two points of the second-place Gunners.

West Brom 0-5 Liverpool
December 26, 2004

Rafael Bentiez's first festive period as Reds boss got off to a cracker with what was his biggest win since joining six months earlier.
Liverpool had made a habit of hammering West Brom and did so here, with John Arne Riise firing in the opener. West Brom then had Cosmin Contra sent off – but Milan Baros missed the resulting penalty – to keep the score at 1-0 going into half time.
But with the man advantage, Liverpool run the home side ragged in the second 45. Goals from Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Steven Gerrard, Luis Garcia and a second for Riise confirmed just their second away win of the campaign. 

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