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    Default Re: Liverpool football club *53*- Under King Kenny,even without Torres,we shall PREVA

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Like this also no yellow card?
    the ref maybe felt that he deserved it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    the ref maybe felt that he deserved it???

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    No Torres, no Carroll, no Suarez, No Problem!

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    ANCELOTTI: NOT GOOD ENOUGH

    Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admitted his team were below par as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

    Raul Meireles hooked home from close range after 68 minutes to secure three points for Kenny Dalglish's visitors - moments after Blues debutant Fernando Torres had been replaced by Salomon Kalou.

    Ancelotti said: "We did not play well. Our performance was not good enough to win this game.

    "Liverpool defended very well and we were not able to find the space."



    Ancelotti speak well and not like some other sore loser managers out there.

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    it was a tactical genius by king kenny putting 3 central defenders to thwart chelsea attack

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    No Torres, no Carroll, no Suarez, No Problem!

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    ANCELOTTI: NOT GOOD ENOUGH

    Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admitted his team were below par as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.


    Ancelotti speak well and not like some other sore loser managers out there.

    Didn't even complain about the kelong referee

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    Kenny Dalglish has spoken about the love he has for Liverpool Football Club and its supporters.

    "I think the supporters know where the players and the staff's loyalties lie at this particular moment in time," he said after Liverpool's victory at Chelsea.

    "Liverpool Football Club is a fantastic institution and everybody that is here has to show respect to that and we will do that.

    "If we perform like that then the supporters will be cheering louder and harder every week.

    "We may not win every game between now and the end of the season but we're going to try.

    "If the supporters like myself then its only half as much as I like them."
    http://www.lfconline.com/news/tmnw/k...68/index.shtml

    King Kenny YNWA

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    f**kin amazing...
    just landed in changi airport, disappointed to missed the game because of flight delay...
    turn on my iphone...
    check twitter...
    seconds later... Meireles scoredddd !!!!
    so happy with the win!
    eat that Judas!

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    Thanks for the 50 mil Chel$ki... Torres who???
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    ANCELOTTI: NOT GOOD ENOUGH

    Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admitted his team were below par as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

    Raul Meireles hooked home from close range after 68 minutes to secure three points for Kenny Dalglish's visitors - moments after Blues debutant Fernando Torres had been replaced by Salomon Kalou.

    Ancelotti said: "We did not play well. Our performance was not good enough to win this game.

    "Liverpool defended very well and we were not able to find the space."



    Ancelotti speak well and not like some other sore loser managers out there.
    gone liao. raf999 will replace him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archlover View Post
    f**kin amazing...
    just landed in changi airport, disappointed to missed the game because of flight delay...
    turn on my iphone...
    check twitter...
    seconds later... Meireles scoredddd !!!!
    so happy with the win!
    eat that Judas!
    Quote Originally Posted by cg171s View Post
    Thanks for the 50 mil Chel$ki... Torres who???
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    6th is good. Not too long ago, we were fave for relegation, even some fans here were preparing for championship football next season
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    You must be waving his undies, handball escaped referee
    keep it up koplady!
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    Default Re: Liverpool football club *53*- Under King Kenny,even without Torres,we shall PREVA

    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    kuyt alone will punish cheski !!!! With CC waving his property
    it is bro rodz, not me. i jus landed in taiwan.
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    Astonishing news coming out of France suggesting that Tomas Rosicky is under investigation by Interpol for 'fixing' Saturday's game.
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    Luis Suarez-22 million, Andy Carroll-35 million, the look on Fernando Torres' face when LIVERPOOL scored - PRICELESS!!!
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    Quote of the day from Jamie Redknapp: "Torres might have joined a better team, but certainly not a better club!".
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    Default Re: Liverpool football club *53*- Under King Kenny,even without Torres,we shall PREVA

    16 Conclusions From Chelsea 0 Liverpool 1
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    penang laksa sauce!


    Chelsea would probably still be in the title race if only they hadn't debuted the most expensive player in English football...

    * Five days after their record signing moved south to realise his ambition of winning major domestic honours, the number of trophies Chelsea can win this season has been cut by a third. Sobering. Few debuts can have been as disastrous as Fernando Torres' because very few debutants can have been culpable for their new team crashing out of a title race on their first day at work. Hindsight is a faultless manager but having excelled in midweek at Sunderland, Chelsea should have kept Torres in reserve - had they done so, they'd probably still have a hope of retaining their title. There's plenty of truth in the old adage that if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

    * Destiny? Or Karma? Liverpool won't care either way. This was the ultimate act of revenge and a devastating reminder that no player is ever bigger than the club - not even the most expensive footballer in the history of English football.

    * A penny for the thoughts of Phil Dowd and Arsene Wenger upon watching Glen Johnson blatantly barge into the back of Branislav Ivanovic in injury-time. Liverpool deserved their slice of luck for their excellence and fortitude but Johnson's offence really ought to have been spotted and punished.

    * Signing Torres was the easy bit and Carlo Ancelotti's first answer to the question of how Chelsea's 50m newbie might be assimilated only revealed how difficult finding an adequate solution will be unless either Didier Drogba or Nicolas Anelka are jettisoned.

    The theory behind the 4-2-2-2 formation was obvious, with all of Ancelotti's strongest players lined up in a formidable spine, but it was crippled by a lack of width.

    Torres' 65th-minute withdrawal - a humiliation given that he arrived in West London on Monday neither short of fitness nor match practice - was tacit acknowledgment that the formation had comprehensively failed in practice. Too narrow and too predictable. Try again, Carlo - and remember, you can't fail this exam.

    * It didn't help either that Chelsea played their strikers the wrong way round with Torres against Agger and Drogba against Carragher. Better, surely, for them if Torres was deployed on the left with Carragher and Drogba to the right versus Agger. It was a perplexing misdirection.

    * Nor did it help that Chelsea's new 4-2-2-2 system played directly - almost literally so - to the strength of Liverpool's three-pronged defensive formation. Kenny Dalglish must have been mightily relieved when it was confirmed that Anelka was in midfield rather than further forward in a 4-3-3 system that would have left his defensive trio in a disconcertingly even-numbered head-to-head.

    With Martin Skrtel able to play as a spare man, the only chance Chelsea were able to create for Torres was a result of Lucas being caught in possession on the halfway line. The visitors' defence was otherwise impregnable.

    * Rumours of Petr Cech's demise have been greatly under-exaggerated. But don't under-estimate the quality of Raul Meireles' finish - a difficult task made seemingly simple by quality technique.

    * Nobody can argue now that Roy Hodgson was harshly treated.

    * It would be a shock if Liverpool fall below sixth during the rest of the season. The appointment of Dalglish has revitalised the club and was the bargain of the January sales. Monday's double outlay, which amounted to a spend in excess of 50m, wouldn't have been sanctioned if the club's owners didn't believe that Dalglish was their long-term man, but, if there was any doubt remaining, Sunday's victory has sealed the deal. King Kenny will still be sitting comfortably on the Anfield throne next season.

    * Indeed, there's more chance of Dalglish being a Premier League manager at the start of 2011/12 than Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian might have to win the Champions League to save his job. The FA Cup? Insufficient. Jose Mourinho was dismissed just four months after lifting the trophy at Wembley in May 2007. The Premier League? No chance.

    * If a single moment can encapsulate a player's career then it was Maxi Rodriguez's horror miss. You know he's there but nobody knows why. The Argentinean something - is he a midfielder? a forward? - is a nothing player of limited ability and, judging by his inability to convert from a distance of a yard, even less composure. There might have been an unhelpful bobble but no player should ever lean back as he strikes a bouncing ball a yard from goal.

    * Kyle Walker looks an outstanding prospect but so too does Martin Kelly. There must have been a fag-paper between them when Fabio Capello selected his back-up right-back in the latest England squad.

    * If it is true that Torres shirts were outselling all others in the Chelsea club shop by nine to one this week, the response ought not to be marvel at Torres' appeal but wonder why, in mid-season, Chelsea fans were buying any other. Though his imitation wigs might be, surely David Luiz shirts can't be that popular?

    * Alan Smith just doesn't have the voice to be a lead co-commentator.

    * Liverpool's next three games: Wigan (h), West Ham (a), Manchester United (h). Hold on tight. Having faded into irrelevancy under Roy Hodgson, Liverpool are main players again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    6th is good. Not too long ago, we were fave for relegation, even some fans here were preparing for championship football next season
    we cockfirm can win that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Luis Suarez-22 million, Andy Carroll-35 million, the look on Fernando Torres' face when LIVERPOOL scored - PRICELESS!!!
    swee

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