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    Quote Originally Posted by roDz View Post
    Rumours galore...

    LFC will be bringing back old boys, Crouch & Bellamy...

    With money from masch sale,we'll be signing ManC rebel robinho...

    LFC will also try to sell Torres and has sight on Klose as short term replacement...

    Reina just told RH that he also wants out...david james will be coming home...
    Oeiiii RAFA dun come and disturb disturb LFC lah



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    Pictures: Cole, Jovanovic and Wilson unveiled at Anfield





    More photos here

    http://lfcglobe.com/pictures-cole-jo...ed-at-anfield/

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    actually, if reina really wants out, we are in deep ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    actually, if reina really wants out, we are in deep ****
    cannot be la. he is the no.1 in Anfield and he jus signed an extension to his existing contract last season.

    cannot see him leaving us this season.


    but if he does... then HK liao!
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    Defour the perfect replacement for Mascherano



    Now Roy Hodgson has confirmed Javier Mascherano wants to leave Liverpool, the focus turns to his replacement at Anfield.

    Several reports over the last couple of weeks have linked Standard Liege's Steven Defour, 22, with the Reds. Hodgson is said to have a keen interest in the young Belgian ace and it is easy to see why - Defour seems like a perfect replacement for Mascherano. A pacy and versatile midfielder with great vision and passing rate, he would fit straight into the gap.

    Defour has attracted big club interest before. Ajax, looking for a replacement for Wesley Sneijder, had a bid turned down in the 2007-08 season. After the 2009-10 season, bigger clubs showed an interest. All of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United were reported to have had a look at the Standard captain, but nothing materialised. Still, when Defour was injured in a Europa League game against Panathinaikos in January, Sir Alex Ferguson was rumoured to have sent him a personal letter of encouragement.

    However, all the talk now is about Defour going to Liverpool, especially with Manchester United seemingly having taken a fancy for German Wunderkind Mesut Ozil. And if it happens, it may prove to be a great move for all concerned. Defour cannot go much further in Belgium, having won two league titles with Standard (2008 and 2009) and the country's highest individual honour, the Golden Boot, in 2008. He has captained Standard since he was only 19 and at 22 seems destined to burst out of Belgium and onto the big scene. Liverpool would be a massive new challenge. Liverpool are still one of the biggest clubs in the history of the game and a dream move for any young player. And Defour can only expect to learn and get better, playing in one of the biggest leagues in Europe, with the likes of Steven Gerrard and most likely Fernando Torres and under a manager who is known for getting the best out of his players.

    For Liverpool, Defour could be the man to help them achieve their turnaround and break back into Europe's elite. He has proved at Standard that he can compete at the highest level, with more than decent performances against top opposition in the Champions and Europa Leagues. (It was in one of those ties, in which Liverpool only beat Standard after penalties, that Defour first attracted attention .) The captain of a championship-winning side since the age of 19, he has also shown an ability to cope with pressure that belies his 22 years.

    Any position in midfield can bring out the best in him: holding, attacking, centre or either flank. His vision and passing rate would be a boost for the Reds and, as an added bonus, he has played for some time with Liverpool's new striker, Milan Jovanovic, and has built a great playing partnership with him. The fact that he is "only" Belgian and "only" plays in Belgium makes for a relatively low transfer fee. £15 million is currently rumoured. The same calibre player would easily command double that if he were Italian, Spanish or English. Defour will presumably also be less demanding than Mascherano in terms of wages, given the financial chasm between the Belgian Pro-League and the Premier League. Defour would be a steal.

    For Standard, then, the benefits would be largely financial. Having had to let Jovanovic go on a free, they will regret the transfer money they could have received for a player who scored at this summer’s World Cup. With their other main striker, Dieu-Merci Mbokani, also keen on a move out of the country and Belgium left-back Sebastien Pocognoli attracting interest from Spanish giants Sevilla, Standard could put any extra money from a Defour transfer to good use rebuilding their ravaged squad. A fee of £15 million is an enormous amount of money to Standard, which will enable them to outbid nearly any Belgian club in their quest for new players.
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    oh ya, we still haf this player by the name of aqualanlan.
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    COULD HE BE REPLACED BY PARKER?


    With Mascherano's departure seemingly inevitable, focus has already turned to predicting Hodgson's next move.

    As The Guardian notes, '£25m would help the Anfield manager strengthen the squad, particularly as he needs at least one left back and, with Mascherano gone, another tough-tackling enforcer to replace him.'

    According to The Times, 'Sulley Muntari has been cited as a possible makeweight in any deal between Liverpool and Inter, but Hodgson is also an admirer of Scott Parker, who was pursued by the club in January only for lack of funds to curtail their interest. West Ham have made it clear that Parker is not for sale, but should Liverpool follow up their interest with a concrete offer, it is believed that Parker would be keen to be given the opportunity to discuss a potential move.'

    It's a viewpoint repeated almost word for word in The Sun:

    'Inter are prepared to throw in ex-Portsmouth star Sulley Muntari as a makeweight.

    'Hodgson, though, sees West Ham and England battler Scott Parker as another alternative should Argy Mascherano pack his bags - and SunSport revealed yesterday Hammers fear talk over Parker's future could see their star man ask to go.'
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    INSUA FIORENTINA MOVE ON ICE


    Posted 27/07/10 18:53


    Fiorentina are set to pull out of a move for Liverpool full-back Emiliano Insua over his wage demands.

    Fiorentina fear unless terms can be sorted out soon, the Argentine's switch to the Artemio Franchi is in jeopardy.

    Insua seemed set to leave Liverpool after Fiorentina agreed an undisclosed fee with the Merseyside side for the left-back.

    However, Fiorentina sporting director Pantaleo Corvino has warned Insua that he might have to take a drop in wages to tie up the move to Italy.

    "We have an agreement with the English club, but we have to find an understanding with the player in terms of wages," Corvino told Quotidianopuglia.it.

    "We cannot guarantee him the figures that he gets at Liverpool."






    Pay cut is a no-no!! think insua shud stay with us la. we oso need a cover for the left back position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Pay cut is a no-no!! think insua shud stay with us la. we oso need a cover for the left back position.
    better dont. sell him also lugi.

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    Young nears Villa exit as Liverpool prepare to swoop


    Luke Young's exit from Aston Villa is a step nearer after he was omitted from the club’s latest touring squad as Liverpool eye him.

    Right-back Young, 31, has been at logger-heads with boss Martin O’Neill for a year since returning home early from pre-season training in Spain.

    Young is still fuming after being played out-of-position at left-back before losing his natural right-back berth to Carlos Cuellar.

    He then declined the chance to go to Ireland training last week ahead of a friendly against Bohemians.



    And now Young is not travelling with Villa today (Wednesday) when they fly to Portugual.

    Even Man City target James Milner, 24, has been included in Villa’s squad for this weekend’s Guadiana Cup which also features Benfica and Feyenoord.

    And midfielder Steve Sidwell, 27, is also going while he waits on Fulham’s new manager before completing a £2million move to Craven Cottage.

    But Young is determined to quit with Fulham and Liverpool both interested in the star, who was bought for £5m from Middlesbrough in August 2008.

    The Anfield club need cover for England full-back Glen Johnson.

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    Hodgson boosted as Torres opts for Liverpool stay
    27.07.10 | tribalfootball.com

    Star striker Fernando Torres is expected to remain at Liverpool this season, claims Reds boss Roy Hodgson.

    The 26-year-old has been linked with a move away from Anfield, but Hodgson claims the Spaniard will check in for pre-season preparations on Monday, reports BBC Sport.

    "He has told us that he is looking forward to Monday, to getting back to work and looking forward to playing for Liverpool next season.

    "That is what I know so other reports, I would suggest, are erroneous."

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    suddenly so many rumours and so many players linked with us
    the funny thing is a lot of them are proven in EPL, Brit and under-rated

    so different from the previous manager, always getting or linked with unknown, unproven, underachieving, unwanted and useless players

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    I really hope the seasons starts soon!!!

    Although i cannot watch, i will just see the papers.
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoudavid View Post
    I really hope the seasons starts soon!!!

    Although i cannot watch, i will just see the papers.


    simi era liao, still wait for papers
    reminds me of good old days

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post


    simi era liao, still wait for papers
    reminds me of good old days
    i will listen to BBC

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    suddenly so many rumours and so many players linked with us
    the funny thing is a lot of them are proven in EPL, Brit and under-rated

    so different from the previous manager, always getting or linked with unknown, unproven, underachieving, unwanted and useless players
    and always giving excuse cuz of no mola or too expensive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunzi View Post
    and always giving excuse cuz of no mola or too expensive..

    dun get me started on the "expensive", look at some of the jokers we bought....

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    dun get me started on the "expensive", look at some of the jokers we bought....
    Ya lor, sice we bought jokers, why can't we buy batman??
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    dun get me started on the "expensive", look at some of the jokers we bought....
    I will drink to that!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    dun get me started on the "expensive", look at some of the jokers we bought....
    Some expensive jokers like Keane and Aqua add together that with spent can buy David Vila to pair Torres already

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