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Friday, December 19, 2014

Pre ARSE NAL ...& Red Bananas win !!!

The REd bananas made it to the League Cup semi finals on wednesday night, 2 goals by Raheem and Marko s first for our club..                                                                                                                                                                                                                
got us through...to  face Maureens Rent boys and hopefully THIS time BR will have learnt ..
the Team was more or less as I wanted us to set up at O.T sunday with in form Lucas back in the 
holding role, and no typical "target man" a) because its too easy to  defend against and b) dont feel
Borini, Lambert and certainly not Balo are able to lead the front line at the right level ...
see  http://chrismithlog.blogspot.com/2014/12/rednet-getting-it-sorted-and-bootroom.html 
 ... BR shouldnt change it for sunday at the gooners... who themselves have done well in the past without a "strike force"
///... I want f.s.g. gone, and Stevie taking care of the team (with Kenny s help) until we bring back Rafa, but 
//as I wrote ..the supporters have organise the removal of Henry & co, because I do not believe we can move forward
...otherwise

   http://liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/176486-raheem-s-brace-sends-reds-to-semi-finals      
                                                                                                                                                          




                                                                                                                                                         
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Sterling's  finishing overcome B,mouth when the likes of Coutinho, Lalla and Marko provided an incisive, creative force.
Bodgers backed the 20-year-old to shine - and Sterling stepped up to the plate in style.
He raced into the space to turn home Jordan Henderson's cross and open the scoring in the 20th minute, while Markovic doubled the advantage with his first goal for the Reds - a composed finish from the edge of the penalty area.

Sterling slalomed through the Bournemouth defence to bury his second after the interval and while a consolation strike from Dan Gosling reduced the arrears, Liverpool saw the game out to secure a path to the last four of the competition.then Callum Wilson, wriggling through the penalty area,  could only side-foot wide as Brad Jones advanced. Sterling, , dropped off cleverly to hold the ball up. Lallana and Coutinho swapped passes before the former unleashed a thunderous drive and Artur Boruc flew to his right to push the ball wide., the home side were pegged back by a pressure which was building slowly, stemmed only on occasions when bodies were hurled in the way of stinging shots from Steven Gerrard, then Coutinho, then Lucas Leiva.

Then the breakthrough. Markovic, neat and tidy throughout the opening exchanges, launched a pin-point pass to the back post. Henderson arrived to cushion the ball into the middle with a soft header and Sterling struck to open the scoring   
Coutinho, in particular,  strolled about the pitch, pushing the ball one way, sweeping it back in the other direction, ducking and diving, prying and probing - and, eventually, creating a second goal.

The No.10 danced down the touchline before blasting low at goal. Coutinho's effort was denied by Boruc, but there was Markovic, poised on the edge of the box to steer a superb half-volley into the corner of the net for 2-0.

but they almost tossed it away within two minutes of securing a second goal. The ball flew in from the right, sending Liverpool players stumbling towards their own net. Yann could only fire high and wide over goal and there was relief for the visitors.... allowing Bournemouth the ball in their own half and closing out the space when the opposition chose to foray towards Jones' goal. It wasn't always a successful deterrent, however, as Gerrard was forced to block bravely from Gosling's dangerous drive.

Sakho was introduced at the interval & Lallana steered Henderson's corner narrowly wide. 
Then came the  third goal. Lallana picked up Kolo Toure's pass and drove at the Bournemouth defence. & threaded the ball into his teammate's path.  & Sterling  fired low into the net.
Bournemouth hit back to score , Ritchie raced down the right and centred for Gosling, &  fired low beyond Jones.

Then,  Eunan O'Kane looped a header dangerously close to Jones' far post.. At the other end Coutinho fed Lallana, who produced a sensational flick for Sterling in acres of space. but he sent it wide.
Bournemouth came again, Gosling struck the post with a curling drive, Henderson got a crucial touch as Ryan Fraser shaped to shoot and Ritchie smashed the ball wide from close.
Emre Can came on for Coutinho  then, the game was evenly balanced,  the score kept at 3-1 to seal a place in the semi-finals of the competition.

http://liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/176500-reds-paired-against-chelsea-in-final-four   =================================================REdNET bootrooM========
Tony> We beat the plastics and we will win it :)
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Gerrard is our top scorer this season with five in all competitions. Bournemouth 
have got 44 league goals already this season. We've got 19.

Mark>Goals? Don't you all find it ridiculous how reliant we are on a permanently injured striker?
http://xtra.liverpoolfc.com/listicles/raheem-sterling-and-39-other-liverpool-players-who-shaved-their-hair-off
European REd loyal Supporters Club> ....This 
is more like the team I would have played last sunday at old toilet... Jones, 
Toure, Lovren, Skrtel, Lucas, Gerrard, Coutinho, Henderson, Lallana, Sterling, 
Markovic     >Substitutes: Mignolet, Lambert, Sakho, Moreno, Manquillo, Can, 
Borini
 last night Jordon Ibe was at it again.>The on-loan Liverpool winger terrorised  accomplished Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta in a stirring half-hour cameo which threatened to derail what had looked like being a comfortable Capital One Cup stroll at Derby ...Chelsea ultimately rode out the storm, but Ibe has impressed throughout his spell in the Championship, four goals in nine starts at Derby, >Ibe made an impact for Derby & Its up to him how good he wants to be and up  to Liverpool, but we can just develop him for Liverpool and get good habits into him...all-round game has improved, his defensive responsibilities, his work-rate, his concentration but the biggest thing is becoming a team player....Rodgers is unlikely to recall Ibe, for now, but a few performances like Tuesday night’s and who knows? ...The bottom line is that Liverpool have another exciting young striking talent on their books who could soon be impossible to ignore.
http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/176448-manquillo-i-dream-about-wembley-too  

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/liverpool-striker-mario-balotelli-face-4827344

http://bootroomnyc.com/event/jan-molby-exclusive-event   

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/11297232/Brendan-Rodgers-is-not-the-problem-at-Liverpool-money-men-and-over-paid-players-are-the-cause-of-their-woes.html

Liverpool threaten Napoli contract talks with Benitez | Tribal Football 
www.tribalfootball.com  ...............................
Napoli coach Rafa Benitez is being linked with a return to Liverpool.                                                                                                
Origi's displays throughout 2014 were acknowledged with a prestigious prize as the Liverpool loanee became the recipient of Belgium's Promising Talent of the 
Year award 19-year-old announced himself to a global audience with a series of strong displays >Having been brought into Belgium's squad to replace the injured Christian Benteke, Origi made his international debut in a pre-tournament warm-up contest with Luxembourg soon after.<  Out in Brazil, he set pulsesracing, grabbing a late winner to decide a tight contest and earn his side a 1-0  triumph over Russia in the group stage. In 2009, Romelu Lukaku, now an Everton player, picked up the honour. >Origi became the latest youngster to scoop the trophy - which was voted for by Belgian sports writers 
posted in "Liverpool forever "......
   
at the moment any team from around the world can beat us, 
home and away
thats how bad we are..
yes sack rodgers 
but it's not gonna solve the problems
even ian ayre is not a big thing
the problem is the owners 
and the way they manage the club
i dont see any difference between ayre and rodgers 
or possible new manager will work under this circumstances 
it will be same story
fsg is the master of puppets
they own our club and 
they rule the way they want it
they dont give a single fuck about where we are in the league etc.
its all about finance
once they got the buyer 
then they will sell the club
till that day
no matter we have rodgers or ian ayre
or whoever is going to be in charge
it will be same story.
thats why as much as i want rafa back to our club and get rid of this thick mouth twat rodgers, 
i know there is no way this deal gonna happen. 
rafa will never work under this c*nts and
this *unts will never give job a world class manager like rafa.
they want puppets
brendan is puppet
if he goes
i am sure
another puppet will walk in.
i think its curtains for us
no hope for any damn good thing
our club is done
we going to be next newcastle
LAUGHING STOCK  

Tony Evans: "I dont think the question (to sack Rodgers) will come up until the summer unless there is a catastrophic meltdown."

http://chrismithlog.blogspot.com/2014/12/introducing-steven-gerrard.html

and.. like Mario. He's an Italian plumber, created by Japanese people, who speak English and looks like a Mexican'. Lol.......


Tony O'D 5:13pm Dec 13
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Liverpool’s greatest ever striker might have scored more goals 
Nasa OGCJM
Nasa 2:31pm Dec 17
LFC in India: The 99 best photos from Liverpool FC's visit to Mumbai
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When Liverpool FC visited Mumbai as part of the Barclays Premier League Live roadshow at the weekend...
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Mark > 8:14pm Dec 16
Now THIS is a great squad!
7:09pm Dec 16
Great player, great quote:
Robert > 3:20pm Dec 16
Glen Johnson facing a long lay-off after tearing his groin v United. Will miss entire festive schedule. [Liverpool Echo]
Pretty sad :-( YNWA Dagger!
Daniel Agger 'heartbroken' after pet dog Charlie dies 
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Sofie Agger, wife of the ex-Liverpool star, posted a photograph of Charlie the dog on Instagram,
Mark > 5:16pm Dec 15
Is this our very first badge?
Nasa OGCJM 4:20pm Dec 15
55 years ago today, Bill Shankly was appointed LFC manager. Here's 50 iconic, rare and unseen photos
xtra.liverpoolfc.com

Fifty five years ago today, the greatest manager in Liverpool FC's history took charge of the club. ...
Wenger on Anfield: "It’s one of few grounds in the world you can see a special combination of knowledge of the game & support of the team.”=

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CS:  why?   f.s.g.-BRent treated him like sh*te until recently?? =

According to reports in the Italian media Glen Johnston's agent is in talks with Liverpool and AS Roma over a possible move for his client.======
Mark  Dec 20

CS: Another experienced player F**ked about by BR & f .s.g.???

its always when players unhappy get injuries, its about "mentality" (RAfa)

more....  (or less, if fb blocks me again...) at ..

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