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    Got to buy the adidas away kit Liao since next season will be the last they wear adidas and I love adidas!!! Waited so long for them to ditch Reebok n so fast they drop adidas The Red home kit will not change till the next "unknown" sponsor took over LFC site giving free ski hat, scarf n small bag with purchase of away kit now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    Got to buy the adidas away kit Liao since next season will be the last they wear adidas and I love adidas!!! Waited so long for them to ditch Reebok n so fast they drop adidas The Red home kit will not change till the next "unknown" sponsor took over LFC site giving free ski hat, scarf n small bag with purchase of away kit now.
    ya lor... damn emo. i've so much adidas' LFC purchase!! headache!!!
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    Rafael Benítez says he would be ready to replace Carlo Ancelotti

    • Former Liverpool manager fancies reviving Fernando Torres
    • No decision on Chelsea position until end of season

    Dominic Fifield
    # guardian.co.uk, Friday 22 April 2011 22.30 BST

    here's ur braised chicken gravy sauce!!


    Rafael Benítez will express an interest in managing Chelsea if Roman Abramovich, as anticipated, opts to part company with Carlo Ancelotti this summer.

    The Spaniard, who spent six years at Liverpool and claimed the 2005 European Cup, has been out of work since being sacked by Internazionale in December after a disappointing six-month spell at San Siro. He has since returned to live on Merseyside and last week publicly expressed an interest in returning to management in the Premier League.

    Chelsea would offer him an attractive opportunity at a club competing in the Champions League – the Londoners still harbour some hopes of retaining their league title – and the 51-year-old is understood to be keen to be considered should Ancelotti's two-year period in charge end next month. Abramovich and the club's chief executive, Ron Gourlay, will be aware of his interest but will not make a decision on the Italian's future before the end of the current campaign.

    Benítez would represent a high-calibre candidate for the position given his availability and desire to work in England – "If I have good offers from abroad it will be OK, but my priority is to return to the Premier league," he said earlier this month – with his relationship with Fernando Torres, whom he originally signed for Liverpool from Atlético Madrid, being a further attraction. The pair remain in contact, with Benítez having suggested recently that the £50m forward, who has yet to score for Chelsea, would benefit from working with a Spanish manager.

    Whether the Londoners' supporters would take as keenly to Benítez's potential candidature is more open to question given the fractious nature of games between Chelsea, particularly under José Mourinho, and Liverpool during his time on Merseyside. Yet Abramovich may consider the Spaniard's record in Europe – he also won a Uefa Cup with Valencia and lost to Ancelotti's Milan in the final of the 2007 Champions League – as compelling.

    The lack of credible candidates to replace Ancelotti, particularly with Guus Hiddink unlikely to be considered for the managerial position, could yet lead to the Italian seeing out the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge. The incumbent would like to remain at the club and his prospects would be enhanced should Chelsea extend their recent form.

    Ancelotti, whose team entertain West Ham United tomorrow evening, remains only cautiously optimistic that the Premier League title can still be retained despite a run of six wins in seven matches that has seen Chelsea vault Arsenal into second place, albeit still six points from the summit. The Londoners are still to visit Old Trafford and will hope that United may yet be distracted by their imminent participation in the Champion League semi-finals against Schalke, and potentially a subsequent final, though Ancelotti is realistic.

    "If we want to have a chance we have to think that we have to win every game," Ancelotti said. "We have to be honest with ourselves. I would like to be in United's position, six points ahead, because if they do not lose total control they will win [the title]. The title is in their hands – we have to be honest about that – but we also have to believe that we can win every game left, including at Old Trafford like we did last year.

    "And our moment is good. It has been in the league, but also in the last 16 of the Champions League against Copenhagen it was good. We could have done better against United (in the quarter-finals), and we were close to doing better. But the team started to play well when we recovered our important players. When they came back to be fit, the team has started playing well again."
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    Rafael Benítez says he would be ready to replace Carlo Ancelotti

    • Former Liverpool manager fancies reviving Fernando Torres
    • No decision on Chelsea position until end of season

    Dominic Fifield
    # guardian.co.uk, Friday 22 April 2011 22.30 BST

    here's ur braised chicken gravy sauce!!


    Rafael Benítez will express an interest in managing Chelsea if Roman Abramovich, as anticipated, opts to part company with Carlo Ancelotti this summer.

    The Spaniard, who spent six years at Liverpool and claimed the 2005 European Cup, has been out of work since being sacked by Internazionale in December after a disappointing six-month spell at San Siro. He has since returned to live on Merseyside and last week publicly expressed an interest in returning to management in the Premier League.

    Chelsea would offer him an attractive opportunity at a club competing in the Champions League – the Londoners still harbour some hopes of retaining their league title – and the 51-year-old is understood to be keen to be considered should Ancelotti's two-year period in charge end next month. Abramovich and the club's chief executive, Ron Gourlay, will be aware of his interest but will not make a decision on the Italian's future before the end of the current campaign.

    Benítez would represent a high-calibre candidate for the position given his availability and desire to work in England – "If I have good offers from abroad it will be OK, but my priority is to return to the Premier league," he said earlier this month – with his relationship with Fernando Torres, whom he originally signed for Liverpool from Atlético Madrid, being a further attraction. The pair remain in contact, with Benítez having suggested recently that the £50m forward, who has yet to score for Chelsea, would benefit from working with a Spanish manager.

    Whether the Londoners' supporters would take as keenly to Benítez's potential candidature is more open to question given the fractious nature of games between Chelsea, particularly under José Mourinho, and Liverpool during his time on Merseyside. Yet Abramovich may consider the Spaniard's record in Europe – he also won a Uefa Cup with Valencia and lost to Ancelotti's Milan in the final of the 2007 Champions League – as compelling.

    The lack of credible candidates to replace Ancelotti, particularly with Guus Hiddink unlikely to be considered for the managerial position, could yet lead to the Italian seeing out the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge. The incumbent would like to remain at the club and his prospects would be enhanced should Chelsea extend their recent form.

    Ancelotti, whose team entertain West Ham United tomorrow evening, remains only cautiously optimistic that the Premier League title can still be retained despite a run of six wins in seven matches that has seen Chelsea vault Arsenal into second place, albeit still six points from the summit. The Londoners are still to visit Old Trafford and will hope that United may yet be distracted by their imminent participation in the Champion League semi-finals against Schalke, and potentially a subsequent final, though Ancelotti is realistic.

    "If we want to have a chance we have to think that we have to win every game," Ancelotti said. "We have to be honest with ourselves. I would like to be in United's position, six points ahead, because if they do not lose total control they will win [the title]. The title is in their hands – we have to be honest about that – but we also have to believe that we can win every game left, including at Old Trafford like we did last year.

    "And our moment is good. It has been in the league, but also in the last 16 of the Champions League against Copenhagen it was good. We could have done better against United (in the quarter-finals), and we were close to doing better. But the team started to play well when we recovered our important players. When they came back to be fit, the team has started playing well again."
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    Yay nogoal has a new home in sight! I would wish tt on lucas becoz actually, to me hes not fully utilised yet
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    Back BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!

    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.

    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and have listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    LEAGUE TABLE

    1). cheesecake -> 52pts --> WA!!! CAUGHT UP WITH ME LIAO!!!
    2). sunnyday --> 46pts
    3). grumpy --> 32pts
    4). zhapchit --> 23pts
    5). blazer_workz --> 23pts
    6). coolsigg ---- > 19pts
    7). bro rodz ---- > 19pts
    8). Canew --> 18pts
    9). fotoudavid --> 16pts
    10). zaren -------> 13pts
    11). shunzi ---> 13pts
    12). domdomino --> 12pts
    13). kelccm --------> 12pts
    14). RoadRunner --> 12pts
    15). archlover --> 8pts
    16). koplady11 ---> 8pts
    17). adilexas ---> 7pts
    18). marios -----> 5pts
    19). Airfins --- > 5pts
    20). eejal ----> 4pts
    21). taurean ----- > 3pts
    22). ahyooo ---> 2pts
    23). cg171s ---- > 1pt
    24). obfuscate ---> 1pt



    League of HAT-TRICK HEROES <--- KELONG!!!


    1). FC Utrecht 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake
    30/9/2010 Stadion Galgenwaard

    2). Napoli 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake & sunnyday
    21/10/2010 San Paolo, Italy

    3). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 2(Torres 11, 44) Chel$ki 0 ---> kelccm
    07/11/2010 Anfield, LIVERPOOL

    4). Sparta Prague 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> grumpy the tummy!
    17/2/2011 Generali Arena, Czech Republic.

    5). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 1 (Dirty Kite) Sparta Prague 0 ---> sunnyday & fotoudavid
    24/2/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL.

    6). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 Braga 0 ---> bro rodz
    17/3/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL


    23-4-2011, Saturday
    1400GMT!!

    LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. birmingham city
    ANFIELD!!!


    1). 5-0 LFC wins!! (Carroll, Carroll) CC
    2). 2-1 LFC WIN! (Kuyt, Carroll) blazer_workz
    3). 1-0 LFC wins (Carroll) shunzi
    4). 3-0 REDS Wins (Suarez hatrick) ahyooo
    5) 2-0 LFC win! (Carroll, Suarez) zaren
    6. 2-0 liverpool win (suarez, suarez) sunnyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    Rafael Benítez says he would be ready to replace Carlo Ancelotti

    • Former Liverpool manager fancies reviving Fernando Torres
    • No decision on Chelsea position until end of season

    Dominic Fifield
    # guardian.co.uk, Friday 22 April 2011 22.30 BST

    here's ur braised chicken gravy sauce!!


    Rafael Benítez will express an interest in managing Chelsea if Roman Abramovich, as anticipated, opts to part company with Carlo Ancelotti this summer.

    The Spaniard, who spent six years at Liverpool and claimed the 2005 European Cup, has been out of work since being sacked by Internazionale in December after a disappointing six-month spell at San Siro. He has since returned to live on Merseyside and last week publicly expressed an interest in returning to management in the Premier League.

    Chelsea would offer him an attractive opportunity at a club competing in the Champions League – the Londoners still harbour some hopes of retaining their league title – and the 51-year-old is understood to be keen to be considered should Ancelotti's two-year period in charge end next month. Abramovich and the club's chief executive, Ron Gourlay, will be aware of his interest but will not make a decision on the Italian's future before the end of the current campaign.

    Benítez would represent a high-calibre candidate for the position given his availability and desire to work in England – "If I have good offers from abroad it will be OK, but my priority is to return to the Premier league," he said earlier this month – with his relationship with Fernando Torres, whom he originally signed for Liverpool from Atlético Madrid, being a further attraction. The pair remain in contact, with Benítez having suggested recently that the £50m forward, who has yet to score for Chelsea, would benefit from working with a Spanish manager.

    Whether the Londoners' supporters would take as keenly to Benítez's potential candidature is more open to question given the fractious nature of games between Chelsea, particularly under José Mourinho, and Liverpool during his time on Merseyside. Yet Abramovich may consider the Spaniard's record in Europe – he also won a Uefa Cup with Valencia and lost to Ancelotti's Milan in the final of the 2007 Champions League – as compelling.

    The lack of credible candidates to replace Ancelotti, particularly with Guus Hiddink unlikely to be considered for the managerial position, could yet lead to the Italian seeing out the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge. The incumbent would like to remain at the club and his prospects would be enhanced should Chelsea extend their recent form.

    Ancelotti, whose team entertain West Ham United tomorrow evening, remains only cautiously optimistic that the Premier League title can still be retained despite a run of six wins in seven matches that has seen Chelsea vault Arsenal into second place, albeit still six points from the summit. The Londoners are still to visit Old Trafford and will hope that United may yet be distracted by their imminent participation in the Champion League semi-finals against Schalke, and potentially a subsequent final, though Ancelotti is realistic.

    "If we want to have a chance we have to think that we have to win every game," Ancelotti said. "We have to be honest with ourselves. I would like to be in United's position, six points ahead, because if they do not lose total control they will win [the title]. The title is in their hands – we have to be honest about that – but we also have to believe that we can win every game left, including at Old Trafford like we did last year.

    "And our moment is good. It has been in the league, but also in the last 16 of the Champions League against Copenhagen it was good. We could have done better against United (in the quarter-finals), and we were close to doing better. But the team started to play well when we recovered our important players. When they came back to be fit, the team has started playing well again."
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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB *56* - You'll Never Walk Alone!! Com'on You REDS!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    ya lor... damn emo. i've so much adidas' LFC purchase!! headache!!!

    Reebok was absolutely hideous
    Adidas designs are quite nice, now change again?
    Hope it will be good.

    So many changes, new owners, new sponsor, new manager, new striker force and now going to have new kit....

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB *56* - You'll Never Walk Alone!! Com'on You REDS!!!

    Back BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!

    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.

    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and have listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    LEAGUE TABLE

    1). cheesecake -> 52pts --> WA!!! CAUGHT UP WITH ME LIAO!!!
    2). sunnyday --> 46pts
    3). grumpy --> 32pts
    4). zhapchit --> 23pts
    5). blazer_workz --> 23pts
    6). coolsigg ---- > 19pts
    7). bro rodz ---- > 19pts
    8). Canew --> 18pts
    9). fotoudavid --> 16pts
    10). zaren -------> 13pts
    11). shunzi ---> 13pts
    12). domdomino --> 12pts
    13). kelccm --------> 12pts
    14). RoadRunner --> 12pts
    15). archlover --> 8pts
    16). koplady11 ---> 8pts
    17). adilexas ---> 7pts
    18). marios -----> 5pts
    19). Airfins --- > 5pts
    20). eejal ----> 4pts
    21). taurean ----- > 3pts
    22). ahyooo ---> 2pts
    23). cg171s ---- > 1pt
    24). obfuscate ---> 1pt



    League of HAT-TRICK HEROES <--- KELONG!!!


    1). FC Utrecht 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake
    30/9/2010 Stadion Galgenwaard

    2). Napoli 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake & sunnyday
    21/10/2010 San Paolo, Italy

    3). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 2(Torres 11, 44) Chel$ki 0 ---> kelccm
    07/11/2010 Anfield, LIVERPOOL

    4). Sparta Prague 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> grumpy the tummy!
    17/2/2011 Generali Arena, Czech Republic.

    5). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 1 (Dirty Kite) Sparta Prague 0 ---> sunnyday & fotoudavid
    24/2/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL.

    6). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 Braga 0 ---> bro rodz
    17/3/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL


    23-4-2011, Saturday
    1400GMT!!

    LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. birmingham city
    ANFIELD!!!


    1). 5-0 LFC wins!! (Carroll, Carroll) CC
    2). 2-1 LFC WIN! (Kuyt, Carroll) blazer_workz
    3). 1-0 LFC wins (Carroll) shunzi
    4). 3-0 REDS Wins (Suarez hatrick) ahyooo
    5) 2-0 LFC win! (Carroll, Suarez) zaren
    6. 2-0 liverpool win (suarez, suarez) sunnyday
    7. 4-0 Liverpool win (suarez, suarez) roadrunner

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    Back BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!

    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.

    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and have listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    LEAGUE TABLE

    1). cheesecake -> 52pts --> WA!!! CAUGHT UP WITH ME LIAO!!!
    2). sunnyday --> 46pts
    3). grumpy --> 32pts
    4). zhapchit --> 23pts
    5). blazer_workz --> 23pts
    6). coolsigg ---- > 19pts
    7). bro rodz ---- > 19pts
    8). Canew --> 18pts
    9). fotoudavid --> 16pts
    10). zaren -------> 13pts
    11). shunzi ---> 13pts
    12). domdomino --> 12pts
    13). kelccm --------> 12pts
    14). RoadRunner --> 12pts
    15). archlover --> 8pts
    16). koplady11 ---> 8pts
    17). adilexas ---> 7pts
    18). marios -----> 5pts
    19). Airfins --- > 5pts
    20). eejal ----> 4pts
    21). taurean ----- > 3pts
    22). ahyooo ---> 2pts
    23). cg171s ---- > 1pt
    24). obfuscate ---> 1pt



    League of HAT-TRICK HEROES <--- KELONG!!!


    1). FC Utrecht 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake
    30/9/2010 Stadion Galgenwaard

    2). Napoli 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake & sunnyday
    21/10/2010 San Paolo, Italy

    3). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 2(Torres 11, 44) Chel$ki 0 ---> kelccm
    07/11/2010 Anfield, LIVERPOOL

    4). Sparta Prague 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> grumpy the tummy!
    17/2/2011 Generali Arena, Czech Republic.

    5). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 1 (Dirty Kite) Sparta Prague 0 ---> sunnyday & fotoudavid
    24/2/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL.

    6). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 Braga 0 ---> bro rodz
    17/3/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL


    23-4-2011, Saturday
    1400GMT!!

    LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. birmingham city
    ANFIELD!!!


    1). 5-0 LFC wins!! (Carroll, Carroll) CC
    2). 2-1 LFC WIN! (Kuyt, Carroll) blazer_workz
    3). 1-0 LFC wins (Carroll) shunzi
    4). 3-0 REDS Wins (Suarez hatrick) ahyooo
    5) 2-0 LFC win! (Carroll, Suarez) zaren
    6. 2-0 liverpool win (suarez, suarez) sunnyday
    7. 4-0 Liverpool win (suarez, suarez) roadrunner
    8. 2-0 LFC WIN! (Meireless, Suarez) grumpy

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    If you guys don't mind old kit-ware, the 4rth (? or is it 3rd) floor shop in peninsula (on the left hand side as you move on the escalators) is selling the gray, green +/- some other older LFC kit shirts mainly for $29.. Not associated with the shops but hopefully you guys will be able to find the right sizes!!!

    -- marios

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Reebok was absolutely hideous
    Adidas designs are quite nice, now change again?
    Hope it will be good.

    So many changes, new owners, new sponsor, new manager, new striker force and now going to have new kit....
    is the new logo new balance?
    goes with the shoes for ippt.. 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marios_pittas View Post
    If you guys don't mind old kit-ware, the 4rth (? or is it 3rd) floor shop in peninsula (on the left hand side as you move on the escalators) is selling the gray, green +/- some other older LFC kit shirts mainly for $29.. Not associated with the shops but hopefully you guys will be able to find the right sizes!!!

    -- marios
    3rd. u can see it as u come up the escalator.
    its e top floor guy renting a shop to clear old stock.
    but the condition not as gd as similiar ones in jjb shop, liverpool city center, at 10gbp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk

    is the new logo new balance?
    goes with the shoes for ippt.. 8)
    ya, new balance! com'on u reds!
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    hope we break the seven year winless against kkj birmingham tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk View Post
    but the condition not as gd as similiar ones in jjb shop, liverpool city center, at 10gbp.
    ...... you are killing us .... LOL

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    Back BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!

    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.

    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and have listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    LEAGUE TABLE

    1). cheesecake -> 52pts --> WA!!! CAUGHT UP WITH ME LIAO!!!
    2). sunnyday --> 46pts
    3). grumpy --> 32pts
    4). zhapchit --> 23pts
    5). blazer_workz --> 23pts
    6). coolsigg ---- > 19pts
    7). bro rodz ---- > 19pts
    8). Canew --> 18pts
    9). fotoudavid --> 16pts
    10). zaren -------> 13pts
    11). shunzi ---> 13pts
    12). domdomino --> 12pts
    13). kelccm --------> 12pts
    14). RoadRunner --> 12pts
    15). archlover --> 8pts
    16). koplady11 ---> 8pts
    17). adilexas ---> 7pts
    18). marios -----> 5pts
    19). Airfins --- > 5pts
    20). eejal ----> 4pts
    21). taurean ----- > 3pts
    22). ahyooo ---> 2pts
    23). cg171s ---- > 1pt
    24). obfuscate ---> 1pt



    League of HAT-TRICK HEROES <--- KELONG!!!


    1). FC Utrecht 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake
    30/9/2010 Stadion Galgenwaard

    2). Napoli 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> cheesecake & sunnyday
    21/10/2010 San Paolo, Italy

    3). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 2(Torres 11, 44) Chel$ki 0 ---> kelccm
    07/11/2010 Anfield, LIVERPOOL

    4). Sparta Prague 0 LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 ---> grumpy the tummy!
    17/2/2011 Generali Arena, Czech Republic.

    5). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 1 (Dirty Kite) Sparta Prague 0 ---> sunnyday & fotoudavid
    24/2/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL.

    6). LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB 0 Braga 0 ---> bro rodz
    17/3/2011 Anfield, LIVERPOOL


    23-4-2011, Saturday
    1400GMT!!

    LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. birmingham city
    ANFIELD!!!


    1). 5-0 LFC wins!! (Carroll, Carroll) CC
    2). 2-1 LFC WIN! (Kuyt, Carroll) blazer_workz
    3). 1-0 LFC wins (Carroll) shunzi
    4). 3-0 REDS Wins (Suarez hatrick) ahyooo
    5) 2-0 LFC win! (Carroll, Suarez) zaren
    6. 2-0 liverpool win (suarez, suarez) sunnyday
    7. 4-0 Liverpool win (suarez, suarez) roadrunner
    8. 2-0 LFC WIN! (Meireless, Suarez) grumpy
    9. 4-0 Liverpool Win (suarez, suarez) airfins
    Canon 30D, G11, 50 f1.8II, 10-22 f3.5-4.5, 24-70 f2.8L, 70-200 f2.8L IS, EX580II

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    Manu grind out a result against Everloose again That 83 min goal looks offside to me
    Canon 30D, G11, 50 f1.8II, 10-22 f3.5-4.5, 24-70 f2.8L, 70-200 f2.8L IS, EX580II

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    My guess3x score: 2-1 lfc win (Suarez, Carroll) coolsigg. Quite difficult to quote using iPhone app. Thanks.

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    Teams line-up:

    Liverpool: Reina; Flanagan, Skrtel, Carragher, Robinson; Maxi, Lucas, Spearing, Meireles; Kuyt, Suarez.

    Subs: Gulacsi, Cole, Kyrgiakos, Ngog, Poulsen, Shelvey, Coady.

    -great to see carra back to fitness, gives assurance on the back 4...

    Birmingham: Foster; Carr, Johnson, Jiranek, Ridgewell; Larsson, Gardner, Bowyer, Fahey; Hleb; Jerome

    Subs: Phillips, Bentley, Doyle, Derbyshire, Parnaby, Beasusejour, Davies

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