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Maybe the hot weather is to blame for the apparent panic starting to spread through Liverpool’s support across the globe.
Rafa Benitez does not want to wait any longer as he urged the board to release the funds to buy his first choice players NOW, not later in the summer.
The exodus is well and truly underway, tens of thousands of Liverpool fans have embarked on the Greek odyssey and are arriving in Athens by the plane-load. Tonight the reds aim for their 6th European crown in a remarkable 7 finals.
Revenge has been the word of the moment when referring to AC Milan since the semi-finals were completed.
Man United tonight joined Chelsea on the European scrap heap – leaving Liverpool to represent England in the Champions League final in what will be a highly charged repeat of the greatest European Cup Final in Istanbul two years ago.
Anfield lit up once more for another European night. There were no flags placed on seats for half-interested football supporters to pick up and wave for 3 minutes before settling down to their prawn sandwiches.
Steven Gerrard has moved back to the middle and Crouch and Kuyt are up front for the game that kicks off very soon at Anfield. Confirmed team: Reina, Finnan, Riise, Carragher, Agger, Mascherano, Gerrard, Pennant, Zenden, Crouch, Kuyt. Subs – Padelli, Arbeloa, Hyypia, Fowler, Gonzalez, Alonso, Bellamy. Join the debate during the game in the […]
Ahead of the first leg clash at Stamford Bridge Jose Mourinho, classless manager of classless Chelsea, has once again let his bitterness rise to the fore. I do wonder sometimes if Chelsea fans actually cringe when he opens his mouth? Maybe not. Most of them probably started supporting them when Roman rode in to town, […]
Remember the Chelsea game at Anfield 2005? Ring of Fire? The Anfield roar?
Dirk Kuyt was the hero at Anfield as he improved his Premiership goal tally to 12 goals this season with a goal in each half against Wigan Athletic.
Chelsea, the club, the players and most of all their manager unfortunately suffer from the biggest inferiority complexes known in the footballing world.
Rafa has told the players to stay focussed on tomorrow’s clash against Manchester City as the reds look to cement their qualification for next years Champions League.
Rafa Benitez isn’t one to get carried away with a 3-0 first leg lead, but today the boss insisted the reds are peaking at just the right time in the season – hopefully one of the products of his squad rotation.
Liverpool and AC Milan have been kept apart in today’s UEFA Champions League draw and could possibly meet in Athens after the quarter final and semi-final draws were made today.
Liverpool Chairman David Moores has almost certainly presided over his last game as Liverpool FC chairman, and what a way to end his 16 years at the Liverpool helm.
In a relationship spanning back to 1992, Liverpool FC and Carlsberg appear set to continue their romance with each other, as newspaper reports suggest the Danish brewing company is ready to make a vastly improved offer to continue sponsorship of Liverpool FC.
Jamie Carragher has put his view on the recent takeover at Anfield – after discussing the deal with both the players and the new American owners.
Liverpool maintained their streak of fine form, with a 2-1 victory away at West Ham United tonight.
Rafa has made two changes from the side that beat Chelsea and gone for an attacking line up for tonights game due to kick off shortly at West Ham.
After a couple of miserable Anfield cup tie’s for the reds, the youngsters showed the senior side exactly how to progress in a domestic cup tournament tonight at Anfield.
Saturday’s victory against Chelsea was an enormous psychological boost for the reds according to Spaniard Xabi Alonso, but title talk is not on the players minds, he insists.
Rafael Benitez’s 100th game in charge ended with his first victory over Mourinho’s Chelsea in the Premiership.
Rafael Benitez today insisted that the doom and gloom merchants are wrong, and that the reds still have plenty left to play for, as he added another Spanish-speaking South American to the Liverpool ranks.
Chelsea boss suggests all the pressure is on Liverpool.