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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    i think agger will play..yes he made some mistakes but he's young but he'll learn,fast..i think he reminds me of the great alan hensen,good n calm with the ball at his feet. Liverpool under RB has never played 3 at the back...but RB has on few occasions played a packed midfield and im sure that'll be the case for the final..to suffocate milan midfield n neutralise kaka...then to play counter attack thru both wings...its juz my guessing,tho
    haf la. got a few times play 3-5-2.
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    Samuel Eto'o, 26
    Barcelona, Spain
    Pounds 45m

    Ever since Eto'o's furious outburst against Ronaldinho, Frank Rijkaard and the "civil war" at Barcelona, his future at Camp Nou has been under question. Although he says he wants to stay there is a belief that he and Ronaldinho cannot continue together. The president, Joan Laporta, wants to keep Eto'o but other members of the board do not agree. The Cameroon international has few real allies in the dressing room and even Rijkaard's patience has been tested by his refusal to come off the bench as a late substitute against Santander in February. Barcelona have sounded out possible buyers but, having paid pounds 25m to get him from Mallorca (and Real Madrid, who owned 50%), they would expect a fee in excess of pounds 40m. He certainly has the talent, physical fitness and desire to succeed in England. Indeed, he would welcome the English style, as his recent snipe suggests. "Fancy flicks and back-heels are fine," he said, "but it's goals that win matches." He possesses an almost pathological will to win.


    David Villa, 25
    Valencia, Spain
    Pounds 50m

    Villa has been a superb striker for a long time but this is the year that the rest of Europe, and England in particular, has really noticed him. He has it all: pace, skill, vision, strength and wonderful finishing. He scored 25 league goals in his first season at Valencia and this season he heads the assist charts. His agent has called for Valencia to increase his wages if he is to stay at Mestalla but the club are unlikely to match his demands and he feels he deserves a move to a bigger club. Although he has straight-batted all transfer talk, he has been careful not to close the door on a move. "Let's see what happens in the summer," he says. "Right now I want to concentrate on playing for Valencia." He would rather stay in Spain, though, and a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona would be more attractive than one to the Premiership.


    Dimitar Berbatov, 26
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Pounds 27m

    If any Premiership player could instantly enhance either Manchester United or Chelsea, it is surely Berbatov. Both teams must be kicking themselves that they were beaten to what was surely the signing of the season last summer at the bargain price of pounds 10.9m. Interestingly United are understood to have been only a few hours too late with an approach for Berbatov. His silky touch and ability to create, as well as score goals, has evoked comparisons with Thierry Henry but he lacks the Arsenal captain's electrifying speed. He makes up for this with wonderful vision, although he would probably fit better alongside Didier Drogba than Wayne Rooney, who often works in the same areas of the pitch as the Bulgarian.


    Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, 23
    Ajax, Netherlands
    Pounds 18m

    There is a long tradition of Holland's best strikers making a mark in English football and scouts from all of the Premiership's top clubs have visited the Amsterdam Arena this season to see the player known as "The Hunter". Huntelaar replaced Ruud van Nistelrooy in the national team after the World Cup and it was widely accepted that Marco van Basten made a mistake by not including the clinical finisher in his squad last summer. Barcelona, Valencia, Lyon and Juventus have been monitoring the progress of a player who has accumulated more goals than any other forward in Europe over the last two years, scoring at a remarkable rate of three in every four games in the Dutch league. At 23 Huntelaar is one of Europe's most coveted players and, as such, it might need pounds 18m to acquire his signature.


    Luca Toni, 29
    Fiorentina, Italy
    Pounds 12m

    The reigning European Golden Boot winner has a scoring record that would interest any of the top English clubs but it has been widely reported in Germany that he has, in principle, agreed to a pounds 12m move to Bayern Munich at the end of the season. Toni, a World Cup winner with Italy last year, became the first Italian since 1934 to score 30 goals in Serie A last season and the Fiorentina striker, who will be 30 later this month, has enhanced his reputation with another 16 this term. Milan, Internazionale and Juventus are all hoping to persuade him to remain in Italy but there have been no reported bids from England, possibly because of the lack of success historically that Italian strikers have had in the Premiership. He scored twice in last year's World Cup.


    Afonso Alves, 26
    Heerenveen, Netherlands
    Pounds 10m

    It is impossible to ignore the sheer weight of goals plundered by Afonso Alves this term. His five hat-tricks and 34 strikes in 31 league games have inflated the Brazilian's price tag. In January Manchester City were scouting him but now he is being touted around the Premiership's top four, with Chelsea thought to be his most likely destination. Powerful and quick, Alves boasts clear qualities and a hammer of a right foot which has been just as prolific from dead-balls as open play. He joined Heerenveen for pounds 3m last summer and has proved a fine replacement for Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, who moved to Ajax a year ago. "Huntelaar made the team play better but Alves can decide a match with an individual piece of brilliance," said Heerenveen's coach, Gertjan Verbeek. "He has phenomenal qualities."


    Michael Owen, 27
    Newcastle United
    Pounds 9m

    Owen's return from knee ligament surgery may be overdue for Newcastle United but timely for the former Liverpool and Real Madrid striker and his advisers. Owen has a pounds 9m get-out clause in his contract and is about to play his third successive Newcastle match, at Watford on Sunday. After that Owen will play for England possibly three times at B and full level and it represents a shop window of opportunity for him to show the heartiness of his recovery from the injury he sustained against Sweden at last summer's World Cup in Germany. He has said that he has returned stronger, particularly in the upper body region, than before and he has looked mentally and physically sharp in the two games he has played so far. However, his salary of pounds 115,000 a week is sure to put off some potential purchasers.


    Miroslav Klose 28
    Werder Bremen, Germany
    Pounds 10m

    The only man to score five or more goals in successive World Cup final tournaments pledged to fulfil his contract at Werder Bremen last week, though the suspicion remains that he will leave the Bundesliga this summer. "I want to experience life outside the Bundesliga," he said in January and, given his prowess in the air, England seems the obvious destination. Klose is both an instinctive finisher and a potent link man, dropping deep and combining well with his midfield. He can also hold the ball up as a lone striker and, if he lacks pace, he is technically proficient and has scored 33 times for his country. Bayern Munich had been expected to buy him but Werder will not permit his transfer to a Bundesliga club. Yet he has only 12 months to run on his contract and a move abroad appears inevitable.


    Carlos Tevez, 23
    West Ham United
    Pounds 18m

    After the controversy following his signing, Tevez looks highly likely to leave West Ham regardless of whether the club avoid relegation on Sunday. He made a slow start but his quality has surfaced over the past two months. Most striking is his non-stop work-rate which would make him an ideal foil for a less energetic and more physically dominant forward. He would work well alongside Didier Drogba, although following his Argentina team-mate Javier Mascherano to Liverpool might be his ideal destination to play in partnership with Dirk Kuyt or Peter Crouch. His style is reminiscent of Gianfranco Zola and he would surely become a firm favourite at Anfield. His goal-scoring record suggests he would be best suited to working in partnership with a more traditional "No9" style of forward.


    Fernando Torres, 23
    Atletico Madrid, Spain
    Pounds 35m

    Atletico's director of sport recently admitted it was ridiculous for Torres still to be at the club. "The Kid" could - and probably should - have moved on but, an Atletico fan, he is determined to play in Europe with his boyhood team. But that dream keeps getting postponed and Torres is getting impatient. He now privately questions the wisdom of having waited this long but says he would never play for another Spanish club and believes a transfer to England is ideal. Quick and strong, he would need to adapt his game, though.

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    darren bent? jermain defoe?
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    OWEN??? Nooo... I think he's history liao la and also i find him too predictable. He can come back to Merseyside but to Everton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    haf la. got a few times play 3-5-2.
    bro,cant remember any game RB played 3-5-2...most times RB played with 2 fullbacks n 2 centrebacks...LoL...anyway,final sure 4 at the back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    bro,cant remember any game RB played 3-5-2...most times RB played with 2 fullbacks n 2 centrebacks...LoL...anyway,final sure 4 at the back...
    haf la. carra, hyppia and agger
    with finnan and aurelio on the wing backs.


    some games he used this formation to good effect.


    i think he might just start with 1 striker for the final in athens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurean View Post
    OWEN??? Nooo... I think he's history liao la and also i find him too predictable. He can come back to Merseyside but to Everton.
    owen is another sick chicken la...pls not another kewell...always sick...anyway,next season shld be exciting...but then again..every season promise excitements...but next season i hope we pair the EPL with the CL trophy...in our trophy cabinet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    haf la. carra, hyppia and agger
    with finnan and aurelio on the wing backs.


    some games he used this formation to good effect.


    i think he might just start with 1 striker for the final in athens.
    LoL..getting old liao bro...i think we could start the game in very high tempo...rite from the start...that'll shock milan...and if we score 1st...i think RB will close shop early and only play counter attack...juz hope we score first this time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    owen is another sick chicken la...pls not another kewell...always sick...anyway,next season shld be exciting...but then again..every season promise excitements...but next season i hope we pair the EPL with the CL trophy...in our trophy cabinet...
    read the newpaper today. owen got get-out clause in his contract. 9million pound only!

    hahahahaaha poor newcastle! 17million spent on him. recoup 9million. 8million for his 17appearances.
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    I really really hope Tevez goes to Liverpool. I love the way he plays for West Ham, so much passion, Liverpool needs players like him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    I really really hope Tevez goes to Liverpool. I love the way he plays for West Ham, so much passion, Liverpool needs players like him.
    and he scores goals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    I really really hope Tevez goes to Liverpool. I love the way he plays for West Ham, so much passion, Liverpool needs players like him.
    That would be very interesting if Tevez should join Liverpool. In the beginning when both Mascherano and Tevez were bought, there was talk that both players were being parked at West Ham for Chelsea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    That would be very interesting if Tevez should join Liverpool. In the beginning when both Mascherano and Tevez were bought, there was talk that both players were being parked at West Ham for Chelsea.
    ya. luckily chelski not keen. they want big names only. their name not big enuff it seems. haha


    they more keen on getting rid of moaningrhino.
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    jus read soccernet, Fowler 100% leaving Anfield this end of season.


    i remember watching him play as a 18yr old! wow! how time flies...
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    Put your money in Liverpool to win against Charlton. If the latest reports are correct, Dudek will not be playing (so we will win) but Reina isn't palying either as he has a shoulder injury. However, Benitez will be putting out a strong team for the match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    Put your money in Liverpool to win against Charlton. If the latest reports are correct, Dudek will not be playing (so we will win) but Reina isn't palying either as he has a shoulder injury. However, Benitez will be putting out a strong team for the match.
    Com'on You REDS!

    a much needed victory to go into the main showcase against Eh,SiMiLan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    Put your money in Liverpool to win against Charlton. If the latest reports are correct, Dudek will not be playing (so we will win) but Reina isn't palying either as he has a shoulder injury. However, Benitez will be putting out a strong team for the match.
    i do hope its a strong team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Com'on You REDS!

    a much needed victory to go into the main showcase against Eh,SiMiLan.
    zai lar. fowler to score in this game.

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    The best if we can see Fowler score a hattrick for his last league match with Liverpool. That'll be a perfect exit for the Liverpool "god".
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    zai lar. fowler to score in this game.
    ya looking forward to Fowler's goal. befitting sending off. i old liao. mux be. haha
    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    The best if we can see Fowler score a hattrick for his last league match with Liverpool. That'll be a perfect exit for the Liverpool "god".
    wa... dream come true. i can almost sleep in a haunted house in peace.
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