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    Quote Originally Posted by harrynkl View Post
    will he come instead
    no way. he doesn't even get to sit on our terrace.
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    Please get lost.


    SISSOKO CLOSE TO JUVE MOVE

    Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko has revealed he is "very close" to joining Juventus.

    The 22-year-old moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2005 from Valencia and is under contract with the Merseyside club until June 2011.

    But he has struggled to hold down a starting place in Rafael Benitez's team, making just nine Premier League appearances this season.

    "I'm still a Liverpool player," Sissoko told Radio Montecarlo. "But I expect a big announcement in the next few days.

    "My agent, Juve and Liverpool are working on my departure.

    "Everyone is asking me whether I have already signed: I haven't yet but my move to Juventus is very close.

    "I'm expecting the good news any moment now, but I'm enthusiastic about beginning a new adventure in Italy with the Bianconeri."

    Sissoko is expected to arrive on a loan deal, with Juve being given the option to buy him at the end of the season.

    The switch would see the Mali international link up with Claudio Ranieri, who he played under during his time in Spain. The Juve boss has already admitted he is keen on the midfielder.










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    AGGER HAPPY TO BE ON WAY BACK

    Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is delighted to be closing in on a return to action.

    The Danish international stopper has been out since breaking a metatarsal bone during the goalless Premier League draw at Portsmouth back in September.

    He's now ready to play again, but his hopes of returning for the reserves against Blackburn on Thursday night were dashed when that game was postponed.

    Despite that Agger remains upbeat, and told the club's website that he just now needs to regain match fitness.

    He said: "I'm almost there, but of course I am going to need some playing time.

    "Running around on the training ground is not the same as doing it on the pitch, but I'm almost back to full fitness now.

    "I can't describe the feeling really. Especially as I'm here in Liverpool to play football. When you're not able to play, then well, I won't say there's no point in me being here, but it can sometimes feel that way.

    "I'm looking very much forward to getting back. It is not fun being on the sidelines, especially not when you're at a club like this.

    "There is massive competition for places, and it's all about giving your absolute best every time you play.

    "It goes without saying that it's hard to do that when you're out, and being out for four months over such a small bone in my foot has been very frustrating."
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XVIII - HAIZ!!! RAFA!!! Y U SO LIKE THAT?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    no way. he doesn't even get to sit on our terrace.
    wait he hold a protest sign "let me in"
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrynkl View Post
    wait he hold a protest sign "let me in"
    he come to spore first, stand out istana n do the protest lor.

    in england they all bo ka lan him one la.

    but in spore, we surely pay tribute to him n let him appear on the newspaper front page.
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XVIII - HAIZ!!! RAFA!!! Y U SO LIKE THAT?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    he come to spore first, stand out istana n do the protest lor.

    in england they all bo ka lan him one la.

    but in spore, we surely pay tribute to him n let him appear on the newspaper front page.
    then ISA catch him kana jail
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrynkl View Post
    then ISA catch him kana jail
    he is different leh... F.T leh...

    at most deport back to england.


    he has pledged to make a come back in the managerial scene! maybe luton town la.
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    he should have stayed in bolton
    really backside itchy, go try manage the looney toons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Please get lost.


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    go! GET LOST!!!
    can ask him to take his fellow mousekeeteers with him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    he should have stayed in bolton
    really backside itchy, go try manage the looney toons
    now rumoured that mark huge is interested. hahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    now rumoured that mark huge is interested. hahahaha
    omg why still got people interested in coaching oldcastle??

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    omg why still got people interested in coaching oldcastle??
    the lure of making them 'great' again is too good to be true.


    the fan base is so great too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    now rumoured that mark huge is interested. hahahaha
    blackburn is a stepping stone to oldcastle issit?
    King Kenny and Souness both went directly from blackburn there too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    the lure of making them 'great' again is too good to be true.


    the fan base is so great too.

    and the best place to lose the job

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XVIII - HAIZ!!! RAFA!!! Y U SO LIKE THAT?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    blackburn is a stepping stone to oldcastle issit?
    King Kenny and Souness both went directly from blackburn there too
    they all think they hero.




    i think they all love the challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    and the best place to lose the job
    the only successes thus far is ... kevin keegan n bobby robson.
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    looks like no Klinsmann. heehee. not that we want him anyway.

    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...497129&cc=4716

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfoo View Post
    looks like no Klinsmann. heehee. not that we want him anyway.

    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...497129&cc=4716
    kauz, tat fella is like an unknown entity.


    with unknown powers n ability. HAHA

    how can?????


    we need big name gaffer la!
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XVIII - HAIZ!!! RAFA!!! Y U SO LIKE THAT?!?!

    middle v LIVERPOOL!


    Middlesbrough v Liverpool


    Riverside Stadium
    Saturday, 12 January
    Kick-off: 1500 GMT


    Middlesbrough must reshuffle their midfield with Julio Arca and Lee Cattermole both suspended.

    Gary O'Neil and George Boateng are expected to play, but Jonathan Woodgate (hamstring) and Tuncay Sanli (knee) remain doubts.

    Liverpool defender Daniel Agger will play for the first time since breaking a metatarsal bone in September.

    Alvaro Arbeloa, Jose Reina, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres will return after being rested last week.




    Middlesbrough (from): Schwarzer, Turnbull, Young, Woodgate, Wheater, Pogatetz, Huth, Riggott, O'Neil, Boateng, Rochemback, Johnson, Downing, Tuncay, Lee, Hutchinson, Grounds.

    Liverpool (from): Reina, Arbeloa, Finnan, Carragher, Agger, Hyypia, Riise, Pennant, Gerrard, Alonso, Mascherano, Babel, Lucas, Voronin, Kuyt, Torres, Crouch, Benayoun, Kewell, Skrtel, Itandje.



    Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate:

    "Liverpool are a class side and it is always a big occasion when they come and play you.

    "Our home form hasn't been as good as it could have been so we've got to make this place an intimidating place to come to again.

    "We have had three wins in six games, which would have been a decent record if we'd had a few draws as well."

    Liverpool midfielder Jermaine Pennant:
    "We've got to be up for these games as if we were playing one of the big four.

    "I remember last year it was 0-0. They'll sit back like most teams do against us.

    "It can be frustrating and feel like they're spoiling the game but they're the underdogs and they've got to do what they've got to do."




    BIG-MATCH FACTS

    Liverpool, in the top five, take on Middlesbrough, who are just outside the bottom five in this trans-Pennies fixture.

    The north-east club are three points above the drop zone; the north-west side one point below a Champions League berth, having won twice as many league games as their opponents (10 to five).

    Gareth Southgate's Teessiders have lost five home league games; Rafa Benitez' Merseysiders have been beaten just once on the road.

    Liverpool have failed to score in seven of their last eight visits to Teesside, including the last five.


    CLUB FORM

    MIDDLESBROUGH

    Highest achievable after Saturday's matches: 13th
    Lowest could fall: 17th

    1. Won three of the last six league games, but only won of the last four (away to Portsmouth on 29 December).

    2. Lost three of the last four league games.

    3. Own the second weakest attack in the highest league with 18 goals netted in 21 outings; rock bottom Derby have managed just 10 from 21.

    4. Not scored more than two goals in any league game this term.

    5. Conceded the opening goal in a Premier League match 14 times; only Derby have allowed the opposition to score first more often (15 games).

    6. Been shown more yellow cards than any other club in the Premier League (46).

    7. Only beaten two top half clubs from the 11 fixtures against sides currently in the top 10 (Arsenal and Portsmouth).

    8. Only beaten Birmingham and Arsenal in home league games.

    9. Holding the second weakest home record in the Premier League with nine points from a possible 30 (two wins, three draws). Only Derby have fared less well; five points from 10 games.

    10. Must visit Blackburn after this and end the month with a home league clash against Wigan. In between there's the FA Cup fourth round tie, away to League Two Mansfield.



    LIVERPOOL

    Highest achievable after Saturday's matches: 4th
    Lowest could fall: 7th

    1. Drawn their FA Cup third round tie 1-1, away to League One Luton Town last time out. Prior to that, drawn the last two Premier League fixtures.

    2. Unbeaten in four league matches; won two and drawn two since losing 0-1, home to Manchester United on 16 December.

    3. Drawn eight Premier League games; only Fulham have finished all square more often (nine times).

    4. Beaten by Reading and Manchester United in this Premier League campaign; only Arsenal have been beaten less often (once).

    5. Concede 13 league goals, at one every 138 minutes (two hours 18 minutes) on average. Only Manchester United can beat that with 11 goals shipped (one every 172 minutes).

    6. Their 20 matches have produced just 47 goals (34 for, 13 against). At 2.35, it's the fourth lowest goals per game average, marginally better than those of West Ham, Manchester United and Chelsea.

    7. The strongest side in the last 10 minutes of Premier League matches, when nine goals have been scored and just one conceded; no club can better those returns.

    8. Hold the third strongest away record in the Premier League (21 points), behind Portsmouth and Chelsea (22 points each), and boast the meanest defence away from home; conceded just six goals in 10 games on their Premier League travels.

    9. Won 110 and lost 110 and 301 away matches in the Premier League.

    10. The FA Cup replay, home to Luton, follows this before league fixtures against Aston Villa at Anfield and West Ham at Upton Park.




    KEY PLAYER NOTES

    MIDDLESBROUGH

    Stewart DOWNING is Middlesbrough's top scorer with five goals.

    DOWNING and TUNCAY Sanli are the clubs' joint top Premier League marksmen, with four each.

    DOWNING is the only remaining player to have started every one of Middlesbrough's Premier League matches this season.

    Suspended:-

    Julio ARCA (one match)
    Lee CATTERMOLE (one match)




    LIVERPOOL

    Fernando TORRES is Liverpool's top scorer with 16 goals, and their leading marksman in the Premier League with 10.

    Goalkeeper Jose REINA is the only remaining player to have been on the field for every minute of every one of Liverpool's Premier League matches this season.

    REINA leads the race for the Barclays Golden Glove with David JAMES of Portsmouth. They have both kept 10 clean sheets.

    If selected:-

    Xabi ALONSO will be making his 100th career Premier League appearance - all in Liverpool colours.




    HEAD TO HEAD

    John Arne Riise scored Liverpool's last goal on Teesside. It was an emphatic finish that added to Emile Heskey's effort in a 1-2 victory on 16 March 2002. Gareth Southgate got one back but it was too late.

    Liverpool are unbeaten in five Premier League games against Middlesbrough. They have drawn three of their last four matches at the Riverside, including the last two.

    Home and away
    League (inc PL): Middlesbro 37 wins, Liverpool 55, Draws 38
    Prem: Middlesbro 5 wins, Liverpool 11, Draws 8

    at Middlesbrough only
    League (inc PL): Middlesbro 24 wins, Liverpool 20, Draws 21
    Prem: Middlesbro 5 wins, Liverpool 3, Draws 4




    LAST SEASON'S CORRESPONDING GAME

    Middlesbrough 0-0 Liverpool
    18 November 2006 - Ref: Lee Mason



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