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    i just want to see carra, torres, gerrard and hyypia. keke

    i wanna see their wifes and girlfriends

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    raf999 forgot his medicine before the interview.

    he too long never use 4-4-2, a bit rusty... plus his lover abalone injured, he stressed, dunno who else to put there


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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    he too long never use 4-4-2, a bit rusty... plus his lover abalone injured, he stressed, dunno who else to put there

    correct!!!
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    i wanna see their wifes and girlfriends
    good.
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    siao liao. u kena possessed by bro rodz.


    keep the faith brother

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    MASCHERANO NOT GIVING UP HOPE



    Posted 04/03/09 15:22


    Javier Mascherano believes Liverpool can save their season from collapse over the next three crucial matches.

    Liverpool, who brought some respectability to their fading title challenge with Tuesday's 2-0 home win over Sunderland, now face three of their toughest games of the campaign.

    On Tuesday they can reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League if they see off Real Madrid at Anfield, already holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg at the Bernabeu.

    Then the following Saturday they have a lunchtime showdown with Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Barclays Premier League, followed by a home game with fourth-placed Aston Villa on March 22.

    Mascherano, who played at right-back against Sunderland as cover for the injured Alvaro Arbeloa, is acutely aware of the importance of all three games, for differing reasons.

    "It is important that we do not slip away in the table," he said. "We must keep concentrating and see if we can get closer.

    "We must keep fighting. We are in a competition with Chelsea for second, but we still must not give up on the chase to catch Manchester United.

    "We won't give up. Let's not talk about the title, let's make sure we win our matches.

    "We have a very important Champions League game with Real Madrid next week and then we go to Manchester United before Aston Villa are at Anfield next.

    "We must take it step by step, try to get to the Champions League quarter-finals and then turn our attention to the next two league games. The next three matches are very, very important for us."

    Liverpool needed victory over Sunderland to sweep away the gloom which had descended on Anfield following the defeat at Middlesbrough on Saturday.

    Boss Rafael Benitez's own grim demeanour only emphasised how damaging that result had been to confidence around the club.

    But Mascherano's defiance summed up the players' own determination not to let the season slip away.

    He said: "The boss asked me to play at right-back, and I tried to do my best. I don't know if it was good or not but I just tried to do my best.

    "I have played as a right-winger in Argentina, but I am a central midfielder and that is where I am best.

    "I knew the new role was just for one game, and I am prepared to do that for the team.

    "I always try to think about the team. For this game and with the injuries we knew we had nobody else."

    He added: "We knew we had to win after what happened on Saturday. We are not too close to Manchester United, but we have to keep fighting to see what happens next.

    "The supporters were nervous. We have not been taking our chances. But if they see the team playing well they will understand and help us."

    Liverpool were also lifted by the displays of 19-year-old rookie striker David Ngog and Israeli midfielder Yossi Benayoun, who hit the second-half goals which clinched victory.

    Mascherano said: "We were all pleased for David. He is young and will be a very important player, and you can see how hard he works in training.

    "It is important for him that when he does get a chance to play, he makes the most of it."

    Benitez said: "I was really pleased with the reaction of the players after the disappointment at the weekend.

    "Yossi is playing well, he is a clever player. So when you cannot find space, players with good movement and game intelligence can be crucial, and in the last few games he has been very good for us.

    "But I was also pleased with Ngog. I had told him beforehand I knew he would score. Sometimes you say things to give players confidence and on this occasion he was also able to show the quality I know he has.

    "He is a very young player in his first season here coming from France - that is not easy for him.

    "He has talent and great pace. Maybe now people will see that he can have a great future here."

    He added: "We needed to lift confidence, in particular after the Middlesbrough defeat. It was also important to win at home considering the amount of draws we have had at Anfield.

    "We must get three points every single game now, and I can guarantee if we can win our next league match (at Old Trafford), the race will be very, very close.

    "Belief is always important.

    "As for the title, let's wait and see. If we can beat them (Manchester United), why not?"
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (33) BUANG manCircle, BUANG!!ne

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    i wanna see their wifes and girlfriends
    yayaya. hehe see whose wife is the most chiobus!!!!!!!!!

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    yayaya. hehe see whose wife is the most chiobus!!!!!!!!!

    they should organise an exhibition match WAGS vs S-league selection
    sure sell out

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    how time flies since they come to Singapore in 2001. Queue at Marina Mandarin to take photos with the trophies. Go bishan stadium seeing their training and national stadium for the actual match against Singapore.

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    NEW SPONSORSHIP PLANS FOR REDS



    Posted 04/03/09 15:47



    Ian Ayre, a candidate to be Liverpool's next chief executive, has revealed new sponsorship plans and a desire to push the club higher in the football world's rich list.

    Ayre, 45, was appointed, primarily, by Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks as the club's new commercial director 18 months ago.

    And with Rick Parry announcing he will be quitting as the Anfield club's chief executive this summer after 12 years in the job, Ayre is already being touted for the job along with former FA chief Brian Barwick.

    Now Ayre has confirmed a new sponsorship with the Bank of America, the prospect of three other sponsorships soon and a summer tour to the Far East for Rafael Benitez's team.

    Liverpool have extended their agreement with the BoA for a further four years, a deal worth 5m to the Anfield club.

    BoA is the parent company of Chester-based credit card firm MBNA who supply Liverpool's credit card for fans, and they announced major redundancies in December for their world-wide operation.

    Ayre, in an interview with Bloomberg, the financial news agency, said: "Other transactions are under discussion." They could involve the consumer electronics, gaming and automotive sectors.

    The Far East tour has been set for July 17 to 26, and will involve matches in Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok.

    With Liverpool not involved in the newly-formatted Champions League competition next season until, at the earliest, a play-off round scheduled for August 18 or 19 and August 25 or 26 - rather than the current format of a third qualifying round -they will be able to fit in a lucrative trip to the Far East where they have millions of fans.

    Liverpool, currently third in the Barclays Premier League, could well benefit from the new UEFA rule that allows the first three clubs in the Premier League to go straight into the group stages, as opposed to the current top two. The fourth finishing club will compete in the play-off stage.

    Ayre clearly aims to exploit the world-wide market. According to a Deloitte report released last month, Liverpool is the seventh-richest club in the world with revenues of over 200m (210.9 million euros).

    Liverpool had risen one place from the year before and Ayre says sponsorship gains made in the past 12 months mean he "would be shocked if we did not climb further."

    On the decision to tour in the Far East, Ayre said: "If you are going to build a business overseas a key part is to allow people to touch and feel the product on a regular basis.

    "What is clear is that there is an opportunity for Liverpool to do much better(financially) than they had in the past."

    Asked about his possible elevation to chief executive, Ayre was non-committal. He said: "At this stage I am just committed to driving forward the commercial operations of this football club."

    Prior to joining Liverpool, Ayre had been chief executive of Total Sports Asia, who advised companies on sports and entertainment campaigns in Asia.

    Prior to that he was managing director of Virgin/NTL subsidiary Premium TV having joined from Huddersfield Town where he had been chief executive and chairman for three years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    how time flies since they come to Singapore in 2001. Queue at Marina Mandarin to take photos with the trophies. Go bishan stadium seeing their training and national stadium for the actual match against Singapore.
    i'm finally 18 this year!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    they should organise an exhibition match WAGS vs S-league selection
    sure sell out




    i send my gfs rui-en, jeanette aw, elva hsiao to participate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    i'm finally 18 this year!

    I will turn 19 if LFC win its 19th title

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    i'm finally 18 this year!
    yayaya i still a small kid holding my dad hand worr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post




    i send my gfs rui-en, jeanette aw, elva hsiao to participate.


    come think of it, the match should be against managers from the CS Sexpert11 league

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    come think of it, the match should be against managers from the CS Sexpert11 league
    seconded

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    come think of it, the match should be against managers from the CS Sexpert11 league
    Quote Originally Posted by jfoo View Post
    seconded

    wait, need to finetune, only applicable to managers who are LFC supporters

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    wait, need to finetune, only applicable to managers who are LFC supporters
    thirded

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (33) BUANG manCircle, BUANG!!ne

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    I will turn 19 if LFC win its 19th title



    by the way, oldcastle buanged like we expected them to!



    villa buanged at man citeh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    come think of it, the match should be against managers from the CS Sexpert11 league
    i veteran liao. my right knee wobbles, my back aches...

    but my tummy will set me apart as i roll my way into goal with the ball firmly tucked in my tummy!
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