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    Liverpool Will Appoint Owen Coyle as New Manager On Sunday as Roy Hodgson Prepares for the Sack


    Liverpool want Bolton boss Owen Coyle to replace Roy Hodgson, according to reports.

    Stories claim the former Burnley manager has shot to the top of the Anfield shortlist after Marseille boss Didier Deschamps and former Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard ruled themselves out.

    Coyle has won admirers for an attractive style of passing football at Bolton, where predecessors Sam Allardyce and Gary Megson were noted for the direct play.

    Hodgson is believed to be expecting the sack after Sunday’s FA Cup third round tie at Manchester United and is even claimed to have made a farewell speech to players after their midweek defeat at Blackburn. (Daily Mirror)
    Even if Owing Coyle comes onboard he is not the answer. He has to rebuild the team fr scratch and have to get rid of foreign talent. Get more local passionate players in then EPL will see a more terrifying LFC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Even if Owing Coyle comes onboard he is not the answer. He has to rebuild the team fr scratch and have to get rid of foreign talent. Get more local passionate players in then EPL will see a more terrifying LFC.
    Last time they started talking about local talent, we ended up with RH... somehow that did not worked out it is claimed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marios_pittas View Post
    Last time they started talking about local talent, we ended up with RH... somehow that did not worked out it is claimed...
    May be local talent not good enough so have to bring in more foreign talent. Sounds familiar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Even if Owing Coyle comes onboard he is not the answer. He has to rebuild the team fr scratch and have to get rid of foreign talent. Get more local passionate players in then EPL will see a more terrifying LFC.
    GHOST!!!

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    GHOST!!!

    Jeff kor kor long time no see, this time you rise from how many feet underground or ashes?
    he has come to offer us support like he always does when we r in the doldrums and when we are abt to face manCircle utd clowns.




    how kind of jeff gorgor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurean View Post
    GHOST!!!

    Jeff kor kor long time no see, this time you rise from how many feet underground or ashes?
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    he has come to offer us support like he always does when we r in the doldrums and when we are abt to face manCircle utd clowns.




    how kind of jeff gorgor!
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    Go from RH to OC? Bad idea. RH couldn't handle the big players, unlike at Fulham the biggest name he had was like what, Brede Haangeland. Now, appointing OC, who has alot less experience, both in domestic and continental sense, I'm not really sure that would be the best of ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalk View Post
    Go from RH to OC? Bad idea. RH couldn't handle the big players, unlike at Fulham the biggest name he had was like what, Brede Haangeland. Now, appointing OC, who has alot less experience, both in domestic and continental sense, I'm not really sure that would be the best of ideas.
    sad. no one to turn to.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    sad. no one to turn to.



    raf999, anyone????
    time for you to bring out your collection of his gstrings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    he has come to offer us support like he always does when we r in the doldrums and when we are abt to face manCircle utd clowns.




    how kind of jeff gorgor!
    LFC has always been in the doldrums

    In reality, RH was never the right person but then again, objectively speaking, how many better managers are willing to take up that challenge ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    sad. no one to turn to.

    raf999, anyone????
    You are so modest for not accepting the job.. come lah.. we know things can't get worse.. hmm come to think of it, we are still 4 points above relegation?.. what if the unthinkable happens!!!! Cheescake for manager....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    sad. no one to turn to.



    raf999, anyone????


    I was going to say that
    That must be a rumor started by bro Rodz to get himself appointed

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    I had a really bad dream, buanged 7-2 against man circle.

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    I had a really bad dream, buanged 7-2 against man circle.

    Someone must be messing with brain/dreams.... inception?

    Is it a coincidence that Jeff forgot is back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    I had a really bad dream, buanged 7-2 against man circle.
    Ohh noooo u better go temple pray pray !!!!

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    Liverpool to sack Roy Hodgson after FA Cup tie with Manchester United

    Roy Hodgson is expected to be sacked as Liverpool manager next week — even if the Merseysiders get a shock result at Old Trafford tomorrow.

    The decision to replace Hodgson has already been taken, and it’s now only a matter of when the axe will fall on the 63-year-old former Fulham boss.

    Yesterday’s press conference — when Hodgson was meant to talk about the FA Cup third-round tie with Manchester United — was cancelled and it’s believed Liverpool’s American owners, Fenway Sports Group, will meet with Hodgson after tomorrow’s game to deliver the bad news.

    It is understood that Hodgson, who has been in charge of Liverpool for just over six months, will be replaced once FSG have identified an interim appointment.

    Kenny Dalglish — the fans' choice to steady the sinking ship at Anfield — is expected to take that role, but will not be offered the job on a full-time basis.

    Hodgson has presided over the club's worst start since the 1953-54 season — and defeat against Blackburn on Wednesday night was Liverpool's ninth loss in the Premier League this season, leaving the side languishing 12th in the table and just four points above the relegation zone.

    Liverpool have drawn up a shortlist of managers to replace Hodgson which includes former Barcelona boss Frank Rijkaard and the little known ex-Hoffenheim chief Ralf Rangnick.

    http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sp...-15049066.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    Ohh noooo u better go temple pray pray !!!!

    Need bro fotoudavid to chant the scoreline to reverse the effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Need bro fotoudavid to chant the scoreline to reverse the effect
    or u can join e suay kia gang..

    roy's last stand tmr..
    but i dun see how owen can do any better..
    maybe he intends to get younger hungrier players after everybody activates their release clause for lotsa $$..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk View Post
    or u can join e suay kia gang..

    roy's last stand tmr..
    but i dun see how owen can do any better..
    maybe he intends to get younger hungrier players after everybody activates their release clause for lotsa $$..
    most likely he will buang the game to make his old friend happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er

    LFC has always been in the doldrums

    In reality, RH was never the right person but then again, objectively speaking, how many better managers are willing to take up that challenge ?
    Haha! Dun forget wat goes arnd come arnd.

    It isnt tat mancircle clowns r nt getting their worth but soon enuf the debts wil cripple them.

    Last i remember, mancircle clowns debt r enormous, to say the least.

    Enjoy while the sun shines for darkness looms Rite aftr it.

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