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    no, someone chanted real hard, for opponents cannot score and each strike man united can score!!!

    WTF.... see liao damn!!! Like liverpool, spurs just cannot score, even hit own players while balls towards goal!!! then hit post, all loose balls in man united half goes to man united players....
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy

    Abbra should go British, hire Roy Hodgeson!

    Woy is bro CC fave british gaffer..lolZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake
    raf999 was only offered a contract to see out till the end of the season!

    forgotten man living on his past reputation (Valencia years and that first season in LFC only).

    well, at least he was considered for the position.
    Same as KD when 1st offered the current job..

    Think his 2nd last season wasnt bad also..losing juz 2 games if not wrong..

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Same as KD when 1st offered the current job..

    Think his 2nd last season wasnt bad also..losing juz 2 games if not wrong..
    we din't win the title despite having our best season.


    anyway, right after that, it is downhill all the way with weird tactics and player selections. not forgetting signings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

    we din't win the title despite having our best season.

    anyway, right after that, it is downhill all the way with weird tactics and player selections. not forgetting signings.
    Think previous owner gave him peanut budget..cant blame him..look at KDs budget now..his signings are also very questionable?

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    AVB: The End! Chelsea sack another boss... BUT Abramovich blames the players
    By NEIL ASHTON
    Last updated at 10:35 PM on 4th March 2012


    Read more: Andre Villas-Boas sacked... but Roman Abramovich blames the players | Mail Online

    At 1.15pm on Sunday, Roman Abramovich called together the dressing-room dissenters and blamed them directly for the dismissal of Andre Villas-Boas.
    Chelsea’s owner had reluctantly fired his Portuguese ‘project’ after an emergency two-hour board meeting that ended at noon. Villas-Boas was told he was sacked after 27 League games and replaced temporarily by his assistant, Roberto di Matteo.

    Abramovich personally told the players they were responsible for his demise and warned them there will be 'massive changes' at Chelsea in the summer. Villas-Boas was so consumed — some believe obsessed — with the job, he had even slept at the training ground in a Japanese-style pod on Saturday evening.

    On Sunday morning, the former Porto coach had taken training, some warm-down work in the pool and technical detail on the training pitches in the light rain. By then, Abramovich, director Eugene Tenenbaum and chief executive Ron Gourlay had arrived with heavy security. Villas-Boas knew then the game was up and that he was to become the seventh ex-manager of the Abramovich era.

    The 1-0 defeat at West Bromwich, together with Villas-Boas’ post-match comments demanding ‘300 per cent improvement’ from the players, prompted Abramovich to act, having previously defended his appointment despite Chelsea’s wretched run of results.

    At around 10am technical director Michael Emenalo was summoned to Abramovich’s recently refurbished private residence at the entrance to the Surrey training complex. They spent two hours talking through the nuclear option — sacking the 34-year-old coach — and the question of who should replace him.

    Abramovich is full of admiration for Villas-Boas’ drive and desire but was alarmed by his failure to unite a hostile dressing-room.

    He holds the players accountable for the sacking and is angry at their refusal to submit to the methods the manager had used so successfully with Porto.

    There, Villas-Boas relied on his frontline of Falcao and Hulk to score 74 goals between them on the way to a remarkable Treble. At Chelsea, Didier Drogba and Fernando Torres have responded with 11 goals.

    The sacking will cost Abramovich around 9million in compensation.

    But compensation is no consolation to Villas-Boas for being beaten by the players after he mistakenly believed he could break up a side that has won three Premier League titles, three FA Cups and reached a Champions League final in the Abramovich era.

    Of course, even success is no guarantee of survival under Roman’s rule. Carlo Ancelotti won The Double in his first season but told friends Abramovich made life ‘intolerable’ in the second.

    The owner’s hands-on approach has been evident again recently. Villas-Boas was left shaken when Abramovich turned up to watch training the day before the 3-3 draw with Manchester United in the Premier League on February 5. The owner even asked for the tactics before the match and then spent six of the next seven days at the training ground observing Villas-Boas at work. The writing was on the wall.

    By then he was already showing signs that he couldn’t handle a job he described on Friday as one of the toughest in world football.

    When one of the players remarked that he looked ‘knackered’ after they had lost 5-3 to Arsenal in October, he responded by revealing that he had slept at the training ground — even though his family live moments away from Stamford Bridge in Chelsea Harbour.

    He appeared so obsessed with pleasing Abramovich and carrying out his demands that he became a workaholic, spending 12-hour days at the training ground. His black BMW 4x4 was a fixture in the car park, first to arrive and last to leave as he fretted about the future.

    At 6pm on Sunday he was still loading it up with technical data, packing years of research into the boot. He did not want to leave, but his failure to recognise just how seriously he had alienated the staff and squad is something he must address in his next position.

    Villas-Boas fell out with reserve-team coach Dermot Drummy, criticising him for failing to accelerate players into the first team and then kicking them out of the main training building. Bizarrely, Drummy’s only line of communication with Chelsea’s manager was through a direct approach to assistant first-team coach Steve Holland.

    In the dressing-room the players grew tired of his timekeeping, fed up of him monitoring their arrival some days from the balcony of his first-floor office.
    Some started a game among themselves, flying into the car park as the seconds counted down to the scheduled arrival time. They would jump out of their cars with moments to spare, winding up the manager by acknowledging him with a sarcastic wave as they headed in to change.

    Battle lines had been drawn, with the players challenging every aspect of Villas-Boas’ micro-management.

    On the field they were failing to carry out his instructions, while his admirable attempts to field every question from the media were causing problems in the dressing-room.

    They picked up on his comment that the Premier League title was beyond them when they drew 1-1 with Fulham on Boxing Day. Frank Lampard responded by admitting he ‘had the hump’ with the manager conceding the title and skipper John Terry claimed he would never give up until it was ‘mathematical’.

    By then he had exiled Nicolas Anelka and Alex, two popular dressing-room characters. They were no longer welcome in the first-team building, could not use the first-team car park and Anelka was even excluded from the silver service Christmas dinner held at the training ground each year.

    Villas-Boas admitted on Friday that it was difficult to make friends at a football club, clear in his mind that it was strictly a professional relationship with the players.

    After this, it’s clear it was never professional. Just personal.
    Read more: Andre Villas-Boas sacked... but Roman Abramovich blames the players | Mail Online
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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Think previous owner gave him peanut budget..cant blame him..look at KDs budget now..his signings are also very questionable?
    errr... i think raf999 has a very generous budget to work with... if u dig out his past transfer signings in his time in LFC...

    u might be surprised.


    the problem is that he has signed some kuku players, very much like what KD is doing now.


    thus, i conclude that KD's becoming like raf999 and thus, the exit door should be activated soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Woy is bro CC fave british gaffer..lolZ
    i jus believe that everyone deserves a fair crack at the whip.

    u never try, u'll never know.



    since he tried and he buanged, then its only fair that he should go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

    errr... i think raf999 has a very generous budget to work with... if u dig out his past transfer signings in his time in LFC...

    u might be surprised.

    the problem is that he has signed some kuku players, very much like what KD is doing now.

    thus, i conclude that KD's becoming like raf999 and thus, the exit door should be activated soon.
    Bring in capello, no choice...coz my fave hiddink unavailable...lolZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Bring in capello, no choice...coz my fave hiddink unavailable...lolZ
    will have to get someone who is a big name gaffer.
    probably from the continent.

    capello? maybe?
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    sometime end of season, News will appear that KD is sick, which is fake, so that KD will resign and new replacement coming.

    Need protect liverpool legend also.
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    errr... i think raf999 has a very generous budget to work with... if u dig out his past transfer signings in his time in LFC...

    u might be surprised.


    the problem is that he has signed some kuku players, very much like what KD is doing now.


    thus, i conclude that KD's becoming like raf999 and thus, the exit door should be activated soon.
    The problem is not signing kuku players, it's insisting on sticking with them...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    will have to get someone who is a big name gaffer.
    probably from the continent.

    capello? maybe?
    I like Martin O Neill...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoudavid
    sometime end of season, News will appear that KD is sick, which is fake, so that KD will resign and new replacement coming.

    Need protect liverpool legend also.
    The next manager will co-manage with KD initially..houllier & evans era..KD will step down afterwards..lolZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonglp

    The problem is not signing kuku players, it's insisting on sticking with them...

    I like Martin O Neill...
    Please..not Oneill...his surname doesnt sound right also...lolZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Please..not Oneill...his surname doesnt sound right also...lolZ
    should try mourinho as he sure create more fans for liverpool.....
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoudavid View Post
    should try mourinho as he sure create more fans for liverpool.....
    Though I don't quite like him from his time at Chealsea but think he is 1 of the best choice to bring us forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Woy is bro CC fave british gaffer..lolZ

    oh? he might jump ship to support Chelsea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Bring in capello, no choice...coz my fave hiddink unavailable...lolZ
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    will have to get someone who is a big name gaffer.
    probably from the continent.

    capello? maybe?


    Capello for LFC???
    He did well previously, i think he is a rubbish man-manager, see what he did at the England job

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoudavid View Post
    should try mourinho as he sure create more fans for liverpool.....
    NO!
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    NO!
    why?? chelsea sacked him, now want him back?? give liverpool chance please.... we need him....
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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