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Thursday, December 11, 2014

REdNET BOOTROOM ...BR ent boy= is BASEL FAULTY !!!!!

This time I dont have to  write , others REdS start to get the truth...but Henry & f.s.g are the cause oour curses ...the fan nies must take note of their role in the departure  from the TRUE LIVERPOOL way 

REdNET BOOTROOM OPINION     posted at  F.C. forever !!
 Nasa >Dec 10  
Liverpool didn't deserve to go through

Arguments over red cards that were given and penalties that were not are, ultimately, futile. Steven Gerrard said it, and Steven Gerrard was right: Liverpool did not deserve to qualify from the Champions League group stage.

Five points in six games. A goal difference of minus four. Just one win, at home to Ludogorets, which required a last-minute penalty in six games. This was comfortably the worst European campaign the Reds have endured since the Champions League's inception.

The task on Tuesday was simple. Beat Basel; beat a side who, while eight points clear of their domestic league, are very much a third-tier side on the European stage. 

But it was the Swiss who made Liverpool look like the third-tier side in the first 45 minutes. Or, perhaps more accurately, Liverpool made themselves look like that as passes went astray, defenders retreated in horror and frustration built in the stands.

Their elimination was confirmed on Tuesday night with failure to beat Basel, but it had been a process which began in October. A turgid defeat in Switzerland; two defeats against Real Madrid; a solitary point in Bulgaria...Tuesday was when the dream of number six died – but the first previous games ensured this was nothing more than a mercy killing. 

Gerrard: It didn't come down to Basel
10th Dec 2014 - 

Steven Gerrard believes Liverpool's disappointing Champions League exit did not come down to Tuesday's 1-1 draw with FC Basel.

The Reds needed to beat the Swiss side in the final group game at Anfield to progress into the knockout phase of the tournament. 

However, though Gerrard's stunning 81st-minute free-kick cancelled out Fabian Frei's first-half effort and set up an exciting finale, it was not to be as Liverpool bowed out of the competition. 

And the captain feels the team did not do enough over the course of the previous five Group B games to move into the last 16.

"We haven't gone out of the competition because of our performance [on Tuesday]," the 34-year-old reflected post-match. "We've gone out because away at Basel we weren't good enough and in our last game [Ludogorets away] we conceded a stupid goal towards injury time.

"You always qualify over the six games and unfortunately we have not been good enough."

Liverpool's efforts to overturn Frei's opener suffered a blow when substitute Lazar Markovic was shown a straight red card on the hour mark after he was deemed to have raised a high arm in the direction of Behrang Safari.

"The red card didn't help of course," continued Gerrard. "We knew that if we were still in the game with 20-25 minutes to go and we could get that goal it would have been hell for Basel, but unfortunately we just never had enough energy or enough legs in the last 15-20 because the referee sent him off.

"Still, we knew it was going to be difficult because we were running out of time and we had 10 men and they were making it really difficult for us, but the goal gave us that bit of hope and it made a game of it.

"The manager said at half-time it was not good enough first half, but if we're going to go out we need to go out with a fight. The fans turned up in their numbers again and got behind us but unfortunately we couldn't get there in the end."

Gerrard was asked whether he felt Liverpool would be able to secure a return to next season's Champions League competition by clinching a top-four finish.

"We'll have to wait and see," the No.8 replied. "I think what is crucial is that we get our main striker [Daniel Sturridge] back who is capable of getting the goals to get us into the top four.

"We need to get Mario Balotelli back firing as well. If we can get goals in the team it gives us a better chance.

"But at the moment it's a bit of a rollercoaster. It's tough but take nothing away from the lads that are here slogging away every week. Rickie Lambert has ran himself into the ground in the last five games.

"Unfortunately this game has come as too many in such a short space of time because we are short of numbers. But of course this club always tries to strengthen, tries to improve. We dust ourselves down and go again." 

"This has been a wretched Champions League campaign for Liverpool, with only one win from six games. On that basis there can be no complaints from manager Brendan Rodgers or his players." +

Nasa > posted in LIVERPOOL F.C. forever !!
12:53pm Dec 10  
Brendan Rodgers' managerial masterplan: REVEALED

Don't worry, Liverpool fans. Brendan Rodgers has got this all in hand
Brendan Rodgers is a man who knows how to manage a football team. He's been to the seminars. He's read the textbooks. Judging from some of his quotes over the last few years, he's even taken notes on how to get the best from his players while watching The Office.

So, yeah, his Liverpool team are 1-0 down against Basel. And yeah, they're on the verge of going out of the Champions League. But don't worry. We've been looking at his work so far this evening, and he's got it covered: - 

 ==========    + Nasa OGCJM > Dec 9  
Lucas has done well since he has come back into the team. Against Sunderland he did his job of breaking up play and protecting the defence well, but he was also the player that was looking to try and increase the pace and intensity of our game. He got forward and he was trying hard to make things happen from a deeper position. He has been a major factor in a more solid-looking side in recent games. He always gives 100 per cent, he has a great attitude and has been an important player  recently.LETS ALL HOPE HE PLAYS           =======                                                                                 at....  RED 4 EVER
 Tony O'Dono> Dec 9  
Get into them REDS 
+ Brian Senior > Dec 9  
For go ds sake get rid of Rodgers tonight this is the final straw he is clueless I'm sure he's on drugs !!!! ====================+ 
Mark Wag> 10:04pm Dec 9  
60 min: Markovic is running through the midfield, a couple of steps ahead of Safari. He inexplicably throws back his arm, fully extended, his fingers drifting towards Safari’s face. It’s a waft, and he doesn’t really connect. Safari goes down as though hoicked in the teeth with a crowbar. It’s a preposterous reaction... but then again, what on earth was Markovic doing, raising his arm in the direction of an opponent’s mug? Asking for trouble, that’s what, and by gum he’s found it. + ===

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68 min: Skrtel, 35 yards out down the right, sends a rising shot towards the top left. It’s a couple of millimetres over the bar! What a spectacular strike that would have been! But it betrays Liverpool’s desperation. Once the sugar rush of the shot dies down, it’s only the Basel fans who can be heard. It’s been a grim evening at Anfield  
=================================== Kopite Reds >3:39pm Dec 10  
Rodgers loyalty to under performers & poor eye for a player has got us in this mess. Will he change? If he doesn't - he's gotta go.. #LFC 
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 Swagbere Bida  Dec 10  >
Load'a crap 
+=======================                                Shakun > Dec 10  
Rodgers must be sacked with imediate effect,how should he rest key players as he did at madrid,lallana and coutinho on bench!
========Liverpool forever
 Kopite Reds > Dec 10  
Waited 5 years to qualify and we win 1 game in the easiest group around. Pathetic showing & in line with our form in the League. #RodgersOut 
======in LIVERPOOL F.C. forever !!.
 Lamine > Dec 10  
we have the player the selection is the problem for B.R. =================
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 Tony O'Dono Dec 9  
Brilliant goal from Captain Fantastic COYR 
   =============   +  Tracey B> Dec 9  
5 mins to go come on liverpool we can win this  ======== + Liverpool 1 Basel 1. FT And despite the late Gerrard heroics Liverpool go out of the Champions League.   ================== +Surely by now, after nearly 3 seasons the Joe Allen experiment has failed?There's a handful of games he's done well in. Anonymous tonight. =
========  ======== +   posted in  ROAD TO BEING A RED
 Wayne J. S> Dec 9  
What a plank bodgers is!! just f*ks off down the tunnel!! keep walkin ye clueless pr*ck!!! f*kin shockin!!! 
His tactics cost us the title last season(3-0 up palace), n now his tactics have cost us the CL! what a genius!! He will cost us a top 4 finish with his tactical prowess!! #tacticalgenius pls respect our club n resign!!!=====+   posted in Liverpool forever
 James Michael Pearce >Dec 9  
in brendan you trust not me 
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 Pa Yates  Dec 9  >

=========== +  Liverpool 1-1 Basel: Brendan Rodgers' tactics 'strange', says Phil Thompson

Former captain wonders why Adam Lallana wasn't involved against Basel
By Phil Thompson 

Phil Thompson has questioned Brendan Rodgers' decision to leave Adam Lallana on the bench as Liverpool exited the Champions League..
A 1-1 home draw with Basel means the Reds finished third in their group – relegating them to the Europa League – and they were not aided by Lazar Markovic coming on at half-time only to be sent off 16 minutes later.

Thompson could not understand why Markovic came on when Liverpool were 1-0 down instead of £25million summer signing Lallana or the more experienced Philippe Coutinho.

“It’s very difficult to see why Markovic came on when you’ve seen Lallana playing in most of the games,” Thompson told Soccer Special. “Coutinho, you would think, has a lot more to open up this defence."I’d like to see certain players like Adam Lallana given a run. He’s been the one that you could say has done very, very well. But he’s in for one match, he’s man of the match, then he’s out for two games. You think 
what’s going on on the training ground?’"
Phil Thompson

“So I thought that was very, very strange. You just wonder how and why they weren’t playing.
Thompson expressed concern that, a decade on from his famous Champions League goal against Olympiakos, Liverpool are still too reliant on Steven Gerrard

The captain scored a brilliant equaliser 10 minutes from time to set up a grandstand finish to the game – but Sky Sports pundit Thompson wants to see the rest of the squad step up.He added: “The players have to step forward in this game. There are not many Steven Gerrards in the world of football and he is 34, but he is the only one at this moment in time trying to open it up. He’s pushing himself.

“You’re expecting people to come on and help – and Raheem Sterling did make some good runs, there could have been a couple of possible penalty shouts but weren’t.“It’s not been good enough, right from the start against Ludogorets on matchday one when we lost a goal late on and then got a penalty to get ourselves through it – that wasn’t a good display.

“The manager <!!! what manager!!!> has to have a good look at it – we’ve spoken about the change in personnel with his signings. Are they good enough to take over the mantle from Steven Gerrard? At the moment it’s not been good enough.

“(Rodgers) certainly has to go into the transfer market and get quality. Instead of a whole load of players, maybe spend the money on top quality.”
However, Thompson had no problem with the decision to red card Markovic for violent conduct after his arm caught Behrang Safari in the face.

He continued: “Markovic puts his arm out and caught him on the tip of the nose – he went down pole axed – but why was he doing that in the first place? It’s taking a risk in European competition and the referee was looking straight at him. He’s cost the team by getting sent off.

“It doesn’t look like a lot but he does catch him. It was only a flick but you can’t do things like that. It looks worse than what it was.”

==========================  +   posted in LIVERPOOL F.C. forever !!
 Nasa >
Liverpool FC boss Brendan Rodgers blasts Lazar Markovic sending off as LFC bow out of Champions League

Serbian midfielder's sending off was a poor call insists LFC boss..<!>
Disappointed Brendan Rodgers savoured the sweet and sour of Lazar Markovic ’s Anfield experience last night...The young winger from Benfica has endured a difficult start to life at Liverpool FC following his £20m switch in the summer.

He was introduced at half-time last night with Liverpool trailing and made an instant impression, but then he was red-carded for a flailing hand which didn’t connect with Behrang Safari.

“But I thought the sending off was a really, really disappointing decision.
Lazar Markovic is sent off when his fingernail barely touches the nose of the defender. He’s the guy who should be looked at and sent off for his reaction. <!>

“But first half we weren’t good enough, as simple as that.
“Options for the guy on the ball were not good enough for what we would expect, but second half we were much better and showed more courage.” 

CS> Brent is simply outwitted again, enough with the media hype.. 6 games down in the league, and 6 games he had to qualify, he didnt, and BR needs to shut up now...
the questions most frequently asked about the Reds in this season's Europa League.

What stage are they in?

They are in the last 32 - which means there is still a potential eight games to play until reaching the final in Warsaw on May 27.

Will they be seeded?

That won't be confirmed until Wednesday's Champions League fixtures have been played, but it looks highly unlikely. The four third-placed Champions League teams with the worst group stage records will be unseeded. Of the four groups completed on Tuesday, Liverpool were the lowest and sit fourth already with Zenit, Olympiakos and Anderlecht all finishing on a higher total.

In all likelihood, one third-placed team from the uncompleted groups will finish with more than five points.

Can they face Everton?

The big question. Not in the last 32, no. There will be country protection for that stage of the competition, so no Tottenham, either. They could face them from the last 16 onwards - although there are no seedings at that point.

So who could they face?

Assuming they are unseeded, the following teams have already won their groups and will therefore be seeded:

Red Bull Salzburg, Dynamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Fiorentina.

Other teams who they could face include, depending on Thursday's results, are:

Borussia Moenchengladbach, Villarreal, Club Brugge, Torino, Feyenoord, Sevilla, Napoli, Sparta Prague, Dynamo Kiev, AaB, Legia Warsaw, Trabzonspor.

When is the draw?

The draw will be held on December 15.

When will the games be played?

The first legs will be played on February 19 2015, and the second legs will be played a week later on February 26 2015. The unseeded teams would be at home first.

Best case scenario?

The winner of Group L - Legia Warsaw or Trabzonspor.

Worst case scenario?

Take your pick. Rafael Benitez's Napoli stick out, but Sevilla, Villarreal, Moenchengladbach, Inter and Fiorentina are all still a possibility at time of writing.
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U19s stun Basel late to grab qualification
Liverpool U19s scored twice in 13 minutes of stoppage time to grab the 3-0 result they required against........
AND>>>>> =============================== +     Crouch volley makes top UEFA goals list
10th Dec.

Peter Crouch's sensational acrobatic volley against Galatasaray exhilarated the Kop in September 2006 and the former Liverpool striker's stunning effort has now been voted one of the 10 best goals in UEFA history.

Few could possibly have predicted what was about to occur when Steve Finnan attacked the visitors' territory along the right flank and delivered an inviting but awkward cross into the penalty area for his teammate.

Crouch, a fan favourite during his three years with the Reds, contorted his body to meet the assist with a connection of the finest technique, hammering the ball into the bottom corner to register a moment that would be remembered forever.
CS>Iwas there! and remember!!!!
The effort was recently included in a list of goals considered to be the greatest in the history of competitions overseen by European football's governing body, to mark the organisation's 60th anniversary this year.

Fans were invited to select their favourites in an online poll and Crouch's was among those most selected, alongside the likes of Marco van Basten, Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane.

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 Red ST> Dec 10  
and still the HJC campaign goes on after 25 zears the manslauighter of 96 supporters by Football assoc and police neglect and cover ups 

 11:12am Dec 10  
non profit initiatives like this better than working like a slave!~
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