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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB: You'll Never Walk Alone! (42) COM'ON YOU REDS!!

    we miss xabi alonso.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    we miss xabi alonso.
    U will miss the knock out stages
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    U will miss the knock out stages
    its ok one la.

    next time lor!
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    won 1-0 but still out.
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    BENITEZ`S TIME UP - BERGER

    Posted 24/11/09 19:29



    Former Liverpool winger Patrik Berger insists "time is up" for Rafael Benitez as Liverpool manager.

    The Spaniard has come under pressure for much of this season, with the team 13 points adrift of Premier League leaders Chelsea and in severe danger of failing to progress from Champions League Group E.

    Benitez's transfer policy has also frequently raised eyebrows, with Berger alluding to a lack of quality throughout the squad.

    And the former Czech Republic international told BBC Radio 5 live: "He did ever so well for Liverpool but in my opinion, for him time is up and they should change their manager as soon as possible.

    "He has spent so much money over the years - he did have success a few years ago but right now, for me, Liverpool do not look a side who can win either the Premier League or Champions League."

    Injuries have hampered the Reds for much of the current campaign, but Berger believes Benitez is lacking options having allowed several big-name players to leave Anfield.

    "In my opinion, Liverpool are not as strong as they were last year or the year before," he continued.

    "If they have all the top players fit, the starting XI is very strong - but as soon as they lose two or three, they don't really have the same quality as when they had Craig Bellamy, Peter Crouch or Robbie Keane on the bench.

    "They really rely on the starting XI, if they get a few injuries they are struggling. If they don't have a Steven Gerrard or (Fernando) Torres up front they really look, to me, an average side."
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    RAFA `100% SURE` OF MAKING TOP FOUR


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    Rafa Benitez has already turned his attentions to qualifying for next season's Champions League, after being dumped out of the current competition.

    Benitez commended his side for doing their part in securing a vain victory over Debrecen, but attempted to divert attention to Sunday's Premier League meeting with Merseyside rivals Everton.

    "We had to do our job today. Our job was to win and we won but we couldn't control the other game," he added.

    "To win today was the only thing we could do and we played well, with four or five clear chances.

    "The main thing is to be ready for the next match, we have an important game on Sunday."

    Asked whether he was confident of qualifying for the Champions League next year, Benitez was unequivocal.

    "I am 100% sure we will finish in the (Premier League's) top four. The team will play well when all the players are available so I am sure we will finish in the top four."

    Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow also spoke to Sky Sports 2, publicly supporting the Spaniard despite the setback.

    He said: "You can never predict last-minute goals, which have cost us dear in the Champions League. That's no basis to make managerial decisions.

    "We don't run our business in that respect. I'm on the record as saying Rafa's signed a new five-year contract, he's four months into that contract so to discuss that is not appropriate."

    Referring to the financial aspect of missing out on qualification from the group phase, Purslow added: "It's limited actually. Assuming we have a reasonable run in the Europa League then we are financially neutral for this year."







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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    its ok one la.

    next time lor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Still got chance for Europa Cup. This is where Rafa specialises
    i think u got it wrong. ur no.1 idol raf999 is very good at sending fans to the ICU.

    becareful not to overly worship him less u oso tio sent there.
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    you've only got urself to blame!! 20m GBP on a lameduck!!!
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    DEBRECEN 0-1 LIVERPOOL


    Benitez admits: We've only ourselves to blame


    November 24, 2009



    Rafael Benitez accepted Champions League elimination was Liverpool's "own fault'' as the 2005 winners tumbled out of Europe's elite competition.

    Liverpool beat Debrecen 1-0 courtesy of David Ngog's early goal, but events at Ferenc Puskas Stadium in Budapest were irrelevant for the Reds as Fiorentina beat Lyon 1-0 in Florence to join the Frenchmen in progressing to the last 16 from Group E.

    Benitez attempted to remain upbeat following the Reds' exit from the group phase for the first time in six years. "It was our own fault in the end, the late goals we have conceded along the way have cost us,'' said Benitez. "We have been so good in the last few years that maybe people think it is easy to qualify in all competitions.

    "Because of that, people think we can do it every season. But you cannot always, now we have a massive game on Sunday at Everton and we have to be ready for it. We have to be disappointed, we knew we had to win and we did that. You cannot change what happened in Florence, but at least we did our job.''

    The Spaniard reflected on stoppage-time strikes in the two contests with Lyon - one which resulted in defeat at Anfield and the other a draw in France - as major contributions to the Reds' elimination. "If you analyse the other group games, losing two late goals in two games with Lyon has been the massive difference,'' he added.

    "It has cost us four points from goals conceded in injury time. I am disappointed because of the way we have gone out - those two goals in the last minutes (against Lyon). If we had stopped just one of them we would still be in this competition fighting for a place in the next stage. We cannot change that now.''

    Benitez turned his focus to Sunday's Merseyside derby with Everton and was happy with the contributions made by Steven Gerrard and Fabio Aurelio. "We must be positive and think of the next competition, the next game at Everton and then the Europa League,'' he added.

    "We also know that Steven Gerrard can play a full 90 minutes, he has recovered. Fabio Aurelio, also, has returned well from injury. All of that is positive for the rest of the season.''

    The victory ended a five-match winless streak and Benitez now hopes to gather momentum. "Winning is the target, so now we have new targets,'' he said. "We are in a very bad position because now we cannot win the Champions League again, we know that, so the next game has to be won.

    "The players know we have had a bad run of games. We could have done better, but we won this match and we have shown we can win in difficult circumstances. I am trying to be very positive. The players know that when we have Gerrard on the pitch and when we have our other big players available, we will improve.''

    "We must remain positive, and think about the next competition. And that is Everton. We have to win against Everton, that is our priority now. If we can do that we must think of winning several games in a row. We needed to win today and hopefully now things will change and we will win more regularly.

    "Our fans realise the team was working hard. We are paying for mistakes in the last minutes of other games in this group, they know you have to do well right from the beginning of a group.''

    Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard targeted winning the Europa League to make up for their Champions League disappointment. "Of course it's disappointing, we played fantastically well tonight and despite getting three points we don't progress,'' he told Sky Sports. "Hopefully now we'll be in the Europa League so we'll try to win that.

    "The main prize has gone and to be playing in the Europa League is disappointing but we have to accept that, move on and try to win that competition. The only consolation in this is if we go on and win the secondary one.''

    Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow publicly supported the Spaniard despite the setback. He said: "You can never predict last-minute goals, which have cost us dear in the Champions League. That's no basis to make managerial decisions.

    "We don't run our business in that respect. I'm on the record as saying Rafa's signed a new five-year contract, he's four months into that contract so to discuss that is not appropriate.'' Referring to the financial aspect of missing out on qualification from the group phase, Purslow added: "It's limited actually. Assuming we have a reasonable run in the Europa League then we are financially neutral for this year.''










    be a MAN, rafart!!! admit to ur own mistakes and stop shifting the blame around!
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    merseyside derby.


    final nail in the coffin?
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    bro , want to check , how come liverpool already out since if lyon lost the last match and liverpool wins ,
    then they have the same pts with lyon , how come lyon still can qualify then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by legiz View Post
    bro , want to check , how come liverpool already out since if lyon lost the last match and liverpool wins ,
    then they have the same pts with lyon , how come lyon still can qualify then?
    2 simple reasons.. cos of goal differences and 2nd.. lyon won us at anfield and drew with us at their home ground.. we lost the group stages becos of those 2 last mins decider goals against pool both home and away with them..
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    look at the bright side: liv can potentially make another history by becoming the 1st europa league winner

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedigree98 View Post
    look at the bright side: liv can potentially make another history by becoming the 1st europa league winner
    just my wishful thinking... looking at liv's current squard/form, i doubt they can even make it to the europa league's semi-final

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    i think u got it wrong. ur no.1 idol raf999 is very good at sending fans to the ICU.

    becareful not to overly worship him less u oso tio sent there.
    Where got worship him?

    Even Alex Ferguson I dont worship; I just give my full respect.

    Btw that goes for the late Robert Paisely too
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    wah piang tio knock out . . .

    finish top 4 this season with this kinda form and standards? i doubt so... with players injured and aqualini dunno when to start out first 11 .. i think he can just sit on the bench forever..

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    Quote Originally Posted by iszan View Post
    2 simple reasons.. cos of goal differences and 2nd.. lyon won us at anfield and drew with us at their home ground.. we lost the group stages becos of those 2 last mins decider goals against pool both home and away with them..
    tks for yr info

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    Bo liao..no more chance liao..

    No words to say, no blood to vomit..but will still support!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    wah piang tio knock out . . .

    finish top 4 this season with this kinda form and standards? i doubt so... with players injured and aqualini dunno when to start out first 11 .. i think he can just sit on the bench forever..

    i already said Rafa only playing to get a double over manure and everstone

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