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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    a few times.


    against wigan n against havant.


    song right?

    i meant before Rafa's era

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XIV - goodbye Brokeback Cowboys n see-so-sicko!

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    i meant before Rafa's era
    hmmm
    our best days were durin roy evans time(after king kenny).







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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    hmmm
    our best days were durin roy evans time(after king kenny).

    haiz.....

    Still feel that roy evans should have been given more time
    G.H was crap, Rafa did give us some hope, but recent months, everything vaporised

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    hmmm
    our best days were durin roy evans time(after king kenny).







    haiz.....
    Roy Ever? He came close, very close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Still feel that roy evans should have been given more time
    G.H was crap, Rafa did give us some hope, but recent months, everything vaporised
    Gerard Holelier at least had a good record ag Man U after he got Risse and Murphy and also the unik triple - European Cup Winners Cup, FA Cup and Little Cup to fill his red wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Roy Ever? He came close, very close.
    roy evans' Liverpool were undefeated against manu a few times

    i forgot the exact record


    i particularly remembered this season where we beat manu at Anfield 2-0 n drew 2-2 at o.t with manu coming back twice with cantona securing the share of point with a p.k.






    those were good times becos Liverpool only know how to attack and we haf a young robbie fowler, mcmanaman, mcateer.... .... ....










    now we've raf***





    wow.




    maybe we will win the euro cup again tis season at the rate we're goin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    roy evans' Liverpool were undefeated against manu a few times

    i forgot the exact record


    i particularly remembered this season where we beat manu at Anfield 2-0 n drew 2-2 at o.t with manu coming back twice with cantona securing the share of point with a p.k.






    those were good times becos Liverpool only know how to attack and we haf a young robbie fowler, mcmanaman, mcateer.... .... ....










    now we've raf***





    wow.




    maybe we will win the euro cup again tis season at the rate we're goin.
    Wow that was long time ago like 1996. That match, Man U scored first and then have to fight back for a 2 -2 draw. That yr also saw Man U won the double and guess who they beat in the FA Cup Final ?

    Now LFC meeting Barnsley at Annefield. Looks like can progress to Wembley

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Wow that was long time ago like 1996. That match, Man U scored first and then have to fight back for a 2 -2 draw. That yr also saw Man U won the double and guess who they beat in the FA Cup Final ?

    Now LFC meeting Barnsley at Annefield. Looks like can progress to Wembley
    i forgot the actual scenario liao.




    but always good to look back n haf a smile or two.


    a pity our future is quite bleak under raf***.



    maybe next season will be beta!
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    barnsley at Anfield.



    hopefully i dun haf to vomit so much blood this time round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    barnsley at Anfield.



    hopefully i dun haf to vomit so much blood this time round.
    U mean vomit blood when Barnsley score first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    U mean vomit blood when Barnsley score first?
    might jus happen.


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    we can breathe a'lil easier.

    see-so-sicko is leaving for JUVE!!! YEAH!!!


    can buy myself a OCK chicken wing to celebrate the good news before i go to work.
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    SISSOKO`S JUVE SWITCH IMMINENT



    Mohamed Sissoko is expected to complete his move from Liverpool to Juventus on Monday.

    Sissoko, who is away on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations, is keen to leave Anfield after making just six Premier League starts this season.

    Reports in Italy that the midfielder arrived in Turin on Sunday, where he will undergo a medical before being officially unveiled on Monday in a deal worth 11million euros (8.2million).

    It is reported that the 23-year-old will pen a contract at the Stadio Delle Alpi until 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    Liverpool go for 10M Zaragoza star Aimar
    tribalfootball.com - January 26, 2008

    Liverpool are making a sensational move for Real Zaragoza star Pablo Aimar.
    The Mirror says Liverpool want 10m-rated Aimar who played for manager Rafael Benitez at Valencia - and is keen to move to the Premier League.

    Benitez been given the complete backing of owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett, and is keen to sign Aimar who recently left Valencia to join Real Zaragoza, but failed to settle.
    I think he'll take over Kewell when his contract expires season end...LFC will have $ coz the gillet & hick said they have it...

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XIV - goodbye Brokeback Cowboys n see-so-sicko!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Wednesday, 30 January 2008




    West Ham v Liverpool, 19:45





    away at upton park!


    get ready to vomit more blood!
    I have a hammer fren,a good fren that is and from what he said,hammers are very confident...get ready for a battle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    U mean vomit blood when Barnsley score first?
    LOL,LFC fans enjoy their football,so when we win after going down earlier in the game,its very satisfying...better than winning 7-0 or 8-0...

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! season XIV - goodbye Brokeback Cowboys n see-so-sicko!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    SISSOKO`S JUVE SWITCH IMMINENT



    Mohamed Sissoko is expected to complete his move from Liverpool to Juventus on Monday.

    Sissoko, who is away on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations, is keen to leave Anfield after making just six Premier League starts this season.

    Reports in Italy that the midfielder arrived in Turin on Sunday, where he will undergo a medical before being officially unveiled on Monday in a deal worth 11million euros (8.2million).

    It is reported that the 23-year-old will pen a contract at the Stadio Delle Alpi until 2012.
    i think its a good piece of biznez,iirc,we signed him for 5 or 7 mil/pound

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Wow that was long time ago like 1996. That match, Man U scored first and then have to fight back for a 2 -2 draw. That yr also saw Man U won the double and guess who they beat in the FA Cup Final ?

    Now LFC meeting Barnsley at Annefield. Looks like can progress to Wembley
    I remember that winning goal is scored by Cantona right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    I remember that winning goal is scored by Cantona right?
    Right, it was on the 81st min from corner kick. Calamity James tried to intercept Beckham;s corner but the ball dropped to Cantona at the edge of the penalty box...

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    Good news to LFC fans...humtum big big on liverpool win for West Ham game..
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