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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    share la... else must look very long and ended up miss part of the match :P

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    Mystery Indian billionaire in talks for Liverpool takeover
    29.09.09 | tribalfootball.com

    An Indian billionaire has expressed interest in buying Liverpool.

    Representatives of the unidentified man, who made his fortune in the energy industry, held talks with George Gillett Jr, the Liverpool co-owner, at a dinner meeting held at the Cipriani restaurant in Mayfair, Central London, on Sunday, says The Times.

    Gillett is following up the initial findings of Rothschild, the investment bank that he set the task of finding potential stakeholders in Liverpool. The American bought the club with Tom Hicks, his co-owner and compatriot, in February 2007.


    Gillett on brink of Liverpool departure
    29.09.09 | tribalfootball.com

    George Gillett could be on the brink of leaving Liverpool.

    Prince Faisal bin Fahd bin Abdullah al-Saud, the chairman of Saudi investment firm F6, has confirmed in the last 24 hours he's in talks about buying 50 per cent of the club.

    F6 chairman Prince Faisal bin Fahad bin Abdulla Al Saud has confirmed the Saudi investment firm is closing in on a 50% share of Liverpool for a price of between £200m and £350m.

    "At the moment we are looking forward to acquiring 50 per cent of the club's stake," said the Prince, who is also an honorary member of Saudi football giants Al Hilal.

    Gillett is in Italy for Liverpool’s match against Fiorentina and has refused to speak on the record about his plans for the Anfield club or the possibility of incoming investment.

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    free curry rice and camel meat

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazzie21 View Post
    Mystery Indian billionaire in talks for Liverpool takeover
    29.09.09 | tribalfootball.com

    An Indian billionaire has expressed interest in buying Liverpool.

    Representatives of the unidentified man, who made his fortune in the energy industry, held talks with George Gillett Jr, the Liverpool co-owner, at a dinner meeting held at the Cipriani restaurant in Mayfair, Central London, on Sunday, says The Times.

    Gillett is following up the initial findings of Rothschild, the investment bank that he set the task of finding potential stakeholders in Liverpool. The American bought the club with Tom Hicks, his co-owner and compatriot, in February 2007.


    Gillett on brink of Liverpool departure
    29.09.09 | tribalfootball.com

    George Gillett could be on the brink of leaving Liverpool.

    Prince Faisal bin Fahd bin Abdullah al-Saud, the chairman of Saudi investment firm F6, has confirmed in the last 24 hours he's in talks about buying 50 per cent of the club.

    F6 chairman Prince Faisal bin Fahad bin Abdulla Al Saud has confirmed the Saudi investment firm is closing in on a 50% share of Liverpool for a price of between £200m and £350m.

    "At the moment we are looking forward to acquiring 50 per cent of the club's stake," said the Prince, who is also an honorary member of Saudi football giants Al Hilal.

    Gillett is in Italy for Liverpool’s match against Fiorentina and has refused to speak on the record about his plans for the Anfield club or the possibility of incoming investment.
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    HALF TIME REPORT...

    im loosing alot of blood now , cutting it short, we ARE LOSING 2-0 AWAY! ! !

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    yet again our defence is like tofu.. midfield loosing possession.

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    REFEREE IS COMFIRM KELONG....

    both Fiorentina defenders clash into each other and torres just run pass them ,and *@#$&#$ referee blows the whistle for the foul.. if not kyut goal will be counted..

    Lucas even barely made contact with one of their players , and the player just fall and roll like he was bang by a lorry. than give a freekick.

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    FULL TIME.

    Fiorentina 2 Liverpool 0



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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    FULL TIME.

    Fiorentina 2 Liverpool 0


    cc never scold fierce eno, player bochap.. 8/

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    Sorry for the loss this morning. A very different Liverpool side today compared to the weekend.

    I'm actually a United fan but one thing for sure, i admire Liverpool especially the combination of Gerrard and Torres (Just awesome to watch).

    I get alot of stick from my dad who's a hardcore Liverpool fan sometimes hehe but for today, i think he'll remain quiet LOL
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    paiseh i jus woke up. i gave this match a miss.


    kelong la. italian players always dive here dive there.
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    carragher old liao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk View Post
    cc never scold fierce eno, player bochap.. 8/
    raf999 said until like we're the team to beat before the match against fiorentina, confirm they are all fired up mah.


    that bodoh should keep his mouth shut and let me kan the louya LFC players instead!
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (40) RAF999's time is up?

    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    yet again our defence is like tofu.. midfield loosing possession.
    Even against Hull, there were already warning signs that our defense is shaky.

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    Fiorentina 2 Liverpool 0


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    FIORENTINA 2-0 LIVERPOOL
    Viola expose Liverpool's deficiencies
    By Harry Harris
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    Rafa Benitez looked suitably furious with the performance against Fiorentina as a Reds team that has looked so full of goals came to a grinding halt. Sorry to say this. But I did see it coming. Nevertheless, it's time for a deeper analytical assessment of Liverpool as their season is already reaching a critical point.

    Despite Torres' failure to score, following his impressive hat-trick against Hull, the Spaniard remains the best centre-forward in Europe at the moment, but Liverpool's problem is that they might not be able to cope without him.

    The same might apply to Chelsea with regards to Didier Drogba, but the west London club do have Nicholas Anelka, by no means as powerful as the Ivory Coast colossus, but still a proven goalscorer at the highest level with some of the best clubs in Europe, from Arsenal to Real Madrid.

    Manchester City have an array of goalscoring alternatives and have hardly missed the suspended Emmanuel Adebayor. Manchester United have a couple of options, even having lost Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez, but the fear for Liverpool is a long term absence for their No.9.

    The Champions League shocker in Tuscany can be taken in isolation, but looking at the broader picture, it highlighted the glaring deficiencies that have been glossed over by a run of six successive wins in all competitions, including the Carling Cup.

    Personally, I am one of Liverpool's greatest admirers. That has been the case for decades, for a variety of personal reasons. I have written Steve McMahon's autobiography and have a deep affection for the club having had the misfortune to be present at Hillsborough.

    So, don't get me wrong. It gives me no pleasure to look at the team's deficiencies in much greater detail. And those shortcomings were there long before their unexpected demise against a sprightly Fiorentina.

    I have seen this coming for a little while, though. Two defeats in the Premier League at the start of the season was too obvious to ignore.

    Liverpool have been averaging three goals in English football. But the Champions League merely underlines the fact that, in the Premier League, teams are attacking more against relatively average defences, certainly defences inferior to their European counterparts.

    Regrettably, Liverpool count among the Premier League clubs with inferior defences, judged of course, purely on the highest possible level, against teams with designs on winning the Champions League and indeed the Premier League.

    Glen Johnson is a formidable athlete, a wonderful attacking full-back with a tremendous long range shot, but like Ashley Cole in his early Arsenal days, he has a lot to learn about defending.

    Full-backs are vital for defensive strategy and with Johnson so attack-minded he offers Liverpool's opponents an area to exploit. Jamie Carragher is still one of my favourite club defenders, so influential and infectious in his desire to win for Liverpool. But time can catch up on players when they hit 30, especially in such vital areas of the pitch.

    However, the main problem is the one to which I attempted to address right from the start. If Torres continues to score, then that can paper over a multitude of cracks. But no team can rely on one player. Liverpool need a second goalscorer of quality. Benitez knews this when he tried and failed with a gamble on Robbie Keane.

    With such a limited transfer budget, the American owners know the club need an influx of new investment, and that might be Liverpool's long term salvation.

    For now Liverpool's season hinges on their confrontation with Lyon in the Champions League and at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Benitez and his players will need their extra day in the Florence sunshine to get their heads around the problems that lie ahead.
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    hopefully this defeat makes the boys hungrier to grab a good result against chel$ki

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post


    hopefully this defeat makes the boys hungrier to grab a good result against chel$ki
    no petr checkmate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    no petr checkmate.

    victory will be sweeter with him playing and torress put 3 pass him


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    stevan jovetic, the highest skill player in my fifa09

    just one of them weird forgettable euro night for us.. cant wait for this sunday

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    let's hope for the best.
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