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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm

    Who on earth is Scott Parker??!!
    Hoping for england quick exit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Hoping for england quick exit..
    Alright maybe this time will give some concession cause this match is only a friendly..... But looks like England is still going nowhere... haha....
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    cannot wake up.......
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    england CMI against the dutch.




    anyway, our players are not injured in this fixture.
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    England still needs lots of polishing....

    Football Robben doubles up as Dutch down England - Channel NewsAsia

    Somehow I find this report amusing.... hee hee...

    Parker meanwhile found himself on the receiving end of a brutal challenge from Kuyt, the Liverpool player taking out the Spurs midfielder with a flying leap that somehow escaped a caution.
    Didn't know Dirty Kite can do kungfu.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    England still needs lots of polishing....

    Football Robben doubles up as Dutch down England - Channel NewsAsia

    Somehow I find this report amusing.... hee hee...



    Didn't know Dirty Kite can do kungfu.....
    he's getting better. hurhuhur! enter stealth mode!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    he's getting better. hurhuhur! enter stealth mode!
    Let's hope he can replicate that in BPL.... heh heh.....
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    who cares about england???

    LIVERPOOL ROCKS!!!
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Gerrard taken off in the 33 min as a precaution for a tight muscle, hope its not serious... Play for England for what? They CMI as always. Free service for them then pick up injuries and take MC when back to his pay master some more they drop him from the captain position !!! He should retire frm international and concentrate on his EPL medal the only one he don't have in clubs football, in which I highly think that he will not get wit ith his playing time left plus MCssss
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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins
    Gerrard taken off in the 33 min as a precaution for a tight muscle, hope its not serious... Play for England for what? They CMI as always. Free service for them then pick up injuries and take MC when back to his pay master some more they drop him from the captain position !!! He should retire frm international and concentrate on his EPL medal the only one he don't have in clubs football, in which I highly think that he will not get wit ith his playing time left plus MCssss
    Definitely not this season...juz like the past 2 decades...next season hopefully...lolZ

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    Ya, shud retire. Play for LFC enuf liao.

    Stuart pearce as gaffer cmi la.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake
    Ya, shud retire. Play for LFC enuf liao.

    Stuart pearce as gaffer cmi la.
    Pearce is a "winner"!!! LolZ...dont play play ok...he replace an italian who won many titles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Pearce is a "winner"!!! LolZ...dont play play ok...he replace an italian who won many titles...
    playing days, he very fierce.


    manager wise, he F9.

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    Chelsea news for Zaren gorgor!!
    (we feel ur sadness to be associated with him! hehehehehee)

    Rafa ready to rescue Blues


    March 1, 2012


    By Harry Harris, Football Correspondent

    Rafa Benitez will agree to take over the Chelsea job if he is offered it as an immediate replacement for under-fire Andre Villas-Boas, according to ESPNsoccernet sources.

    Villas-Boas is facing a crucial few days at Stamford Bridge as his future has been the subject of much speculation and the former Liverpool boss is apparently seen as the coach to reignite the goalscoring flames of 50 million flop striker Fernando Torres, but also to glue together a dressing room that appears to be falling further apart by the day.

    The Portuguese's condemnation of Torres in a recent interview - he talked about the Spaniard in the same terms as flops Andriy Shevchenko and Mateja Kezman - has hurt the hierarchy at the club all the way up to Roman Abramovich.

    "We have been through the Torres situation before with Shevchenko and Kezman," Villas-Boas told Portuguese radio station TSF this week. "We continue to work on his motivation, his specific movements on the field and his trust. There is only one atmosphere which will make him regain his trust, and that is a competitive atmosphere."

    Those comments have been the catalyst, according to ESPNsoccernet sources, for Abramovich to seriously look at replacing Villas-Boas, on top of the revolt of some senior players such as Frank Lampard and the disharmony created within the West London club.

    Abramovich (said to be deliberating deeply about what to do next) might have to decide, perhaps as early as the next 48 hours, whether he needs a coach of vast experience to rescue the season, just as Guus Hiddink did when Big Phil Scolari was sacked midway through his first season in charge of Chelsea.

    Following the crushing 3-1 defeat to Napoli, the Chelsea owner faces the daunting prospect of failing to make the top four and missing out on the Champions League next season, an option that he would find unacceptable.

    Back in 2004, it was known that Claudio Ranieri was going to be replaced by Jose Mourinho before a vital Champions League tie in Monaco, and history might be repeating itself as a decision over Benitez might even be taken before next week's must-win return leg.

    Benitez has not worked since leaving Inter Milan after a six-month spell at the end of 2010 and his agent has openly suggested the Spaniard's desire to return to work in England, where options are limited at the highest level.

    Manuel Garcia Quilon has recently said Chelsea had not been in touch, but he hinted that Benitez would be most definitely interested.

    Benitez led Liverpool to Champions League and FA Cup glory and Valencia to two La Liga titles, and the feeling is that he would have more chance of turning around the Napoli deficit in the Champions League and galvanising the team to finish fourth than AVB as the Abramovich camp agonise over what to do next, possibly even before the weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake
    Chelsea news for Zaren gorgor!!
    (we feel ur sadness to be associated with him! hehehehehee)

    Rafa ready to rescue Blues

    March 1, 2012

    By Harry Harris, Football Correspondent

    Rafa Benitez will agree to take over the Chelsea job if he is offered it as an immediate replacement for under-fire Andre Villas-Boas, according to ESPNsoccernet sources.

    Villas-Boas is facing a crucial few days at Stamford Bridge as his future has been the subject of much speculation and the former Liverpool boss is apparently seen as the coach to reignite the goalscoring flames of 550 million flop striker Fernando Torres, but also to glue together a dressing room that appears to be falling further apart by the day.

    The Portuguese's condemnation of Torres in a recent interview - he talked about the Spaniard in the same terms as flops Andriy Shevchenko and Mateja Kezman - has hurt the hierarchy at the club all the way up to Roman Abramovich.

    "We have been through the Torres situation before with Shevchenko and Kezman," Villas-Boas told Portuguese radio station TSF this week. "We continue to work on his motivation, his specific movements on the field and his trust. There is only one atmosphere which will make him regain his trust, and that is a competitive atmosphere."

    Those comments have been the catalyst, according to ESPNsoccernet sources, for Abramovich to seriously look at replacing Villas-Boas, on top of the revolt of some senior players such as Frank Lampard and the disharmony created within the West London club.

    Abramovich (said to be deliberating deeply about what to do next) might have to decide, perhaps as early as the next 48 hours, whether he needs a coach of vast experience to rescue the season, just as Guus Hiddink did when Big Phil Scolari was sacked midway through his first season in charge of Chelsea.

    Following the crushing 3-1 defeat to Napoli, the Chelsea owner faces the daunting prospect of failing to make the top four and missing out on the Champions League next season, an option that he would find unacceptable.

    Back in 2004, it was known that Claudio Ranieri was going to be replaced by Jose Mourinho before a vital Champions League tie in Monaco, and history might be repeating itself as a decision over Benitez might even be taken before next week's must-win return leg.

    Benitez has not worked since leaving Inter Milan after a six-month spell at the end of 2010 and his agent has openly suggested the Spaniard's desire to return to work in England, where options are limited at the highest level.

    Manuel Garcia Quilon has recently said Chelsea had not been in touch, but he hinted that Benitez would be most definitely interested.

    Benitez led Liverpool to Champions League and FA Cup glory and Valencia to two La Liga titles, and the feeling is that he would have more chance of turning around the Napoli deficit in the Champions League and galvanising the team to finish fourth than AVB as the Abramovich camp agonise over what to do next, possibly even before the weekend.
    Rafa will bring the best out of torres..chelski will.be a force again..hope this is not true

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz

    Rafa will bring the best out of torres..chelski will.be a force again..hope this is not true
    Players wil revolt against raf999. He aint no josie moaningrhino!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

    Players wil revolt against raf999. He aint no josie moaningrhino!
    Nobody is jose..but how sure are you players will revolt? Rafa has got as good CV as avb..if not better..torres surely will be encouraged..

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    Aiya, Rafa is jobless now, so he will grab any job offer given to him.....
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    This is a good job, perform you have glory and millions, under perform tio sack also got millions for early termination hahahaha where to find!!! Both way you are gonna to be super rich!!
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    Bought a replica Red original Adidas 85-86 Liverpool long sleeve jessey at Peninsular Hotel basement 1, Sportica@ $95. No. 7 printed at the back with Adidas logo. Very rare piece with embroidered Adidas logo & Liverbird, Printed CrownPaints at the front. Almost same as original except without the 2 tone Liverbird on the material. Selling out fast as its out almost for 1 year n not more in production. 38-40 M, 40-42 L got stock but I didn't ask about XL. 3rd or 4th floor hv L or XL too, same price.
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