hope we make a move for him.
some video of this guy
GERRARD AND AGGER MAKE IT FOUR OUT OF FOUR
Goals from Steven Gerrard and Daniel Agger were enough to give Liverpool a deserved 2-0 win over Auxerre in their latest pre-season friendly.
Gerrard broke the deadlock in the 45th minute with a well-struck low shot from just inside the box following a clever dummy by Ryan Babel.
Agger then doubled the advantage midway through the second half when he headed home from a Nabil El Zhar corner.
In what was a fairly uneventful encounter in Fribourg, Switzerland, Yossi Benayoun and Ryan Babel were handed their first starts in a red shirt, while young Bulgarian goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov made his debut.
Record signing Fernando Torres appeared as a half-time substitute and the boss again made several changes during another useful run-out.
Rafa's Reds now head off to Hong Kong for the Barclays Asia Trophy and, with a fourth successive summer win under their belts, they'll do so in high spirits.
* If its clean sheet u asking for... its clean sheet u'll be getting! *
Gabriel Heinze: See you in court, Fergie
Jul 20 2007 by Chris Bascombe, Liverpool Echo
GABRIEL HEINZE will take his battle to join Liverpool from Manchester United to court.
Sir Alex Ferguson stated yesterday there was no way he would sell the 29-year-old to Liverpool.
However, United will have no choice if Heinze has a get-out clause, and now the defender is preparing to begin legal proceedings demanding his sale.
It’s been widely publicised in recent days Heinze has a letter signed by United chief executive David Gill allowing him to join any club which bids £6m – a valuation Liverpool are prepared to meet.
Despite their protests, it’s understood United did not have the foresight to add the phrase ‘except for Liverpool’ in this document.
Heinze’s representatives are confident of a swift court hearing forcing United to accept a £6m offer made by all interested clubs, including Liverpool.
The Anfield club made a formal bid for the defender which was rejected, but will now take a back seat and watch developments closely over the next few weeks.
Manager Rafa Benitez will want a new left back in his squad before the start of the season.
The capture of Heinze would represent a major coup for Benitez and, given Ferguson’s opposition to the move, would also inflict psychological torment on the United boss.
What’s clear is no matter how much Ferguson claims it won’t happen, the final decision is out of his hands.