LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB *49* - You'll Never Walk Alone! Com'on You REDS!!!


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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 -> 20pts <-Kelong King! :bsmilie:
2). coolsigg ---- > 11pts
3). blazer_workz --> 9pts
4). sunnyday --> 9pts
5). domdomino --> 8pts
6). zhapchit --> 8pts!
7). Canew --> 7pts! (added!!)
8). grumpy --> 6pts!
9). zaren -------> 3pts
10). archlover --> 3pts
11). bro rodz ---- > 1pt
12). fotoudavid --> 1pt (he broke the duck's egg!!)
13). taurean ----- > 1pt!
14). obfuscate ---> 1pt!
15). eejal ----> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)
16). shunzi ---> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)


League of HAT-TRICK HEROES


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



3/10/2010, Sunday 1400GMT
LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. Blackpool
ANFIELD

1). 3-0 LFC wins!!! (Torres, Torres) CC
2). 2-0 liverpool win (torres, torres) sunnyday
3). 0-0 DRAW domdomino
4). 2-0 Liverpool win (Torres, Gerrard) coolsigg
5). 0-0 draw...Torres goal disallowed! :sticktong roDz
6). 6-0 LFC WIN! (Cole, Torres) blazer_workz
7). 2-0 Liverpool Win lah! (Gerrard, Torres)









new thread, boys!!! :bsmilie:
 

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Liverpool v Blackpool preview​
Posted 01/10/10 12:58

Team news for Sunday's Premier League clash between Liverpool and Blackpool at Anfield (kick-off 3pm).


Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is set to return the starting line-up.

The midfielder was rested for the Europa League goalless draw in Utrecht, but there is a problem at left-back as Paul Konchesky (hamstring) and Fabio Aurelio (Achilles) are still injured while usual stand-in Daniel Agger has a groin problem and Martin Kelly, who filled in against Utrecht but did not look particularly comfortable, sustained a knee problem in Holland.

Summer signing Danny Wilson, another central defender, was tried there in the Carling Cup defeat to Northampton but also struggled. Jamie Carragher could possibly reprise a role he has not played for several years, with Sotirios Kyrgiakos coming into the middle of defence. However, Hodgson remains hopeful Kelly will recover in time.

Blackpool will again be without defender Alex Baptiste.

Baptiste missed last week's defeat to Blackburn after suffering a recurrence of an old knee ligament injury and has now had an operation.

The 24-year-old faces several weeks on the sidelines, where he joins Louis Almond, Malaury Martin and Billy Clarke.

Liverpool (from): Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Skrtel, Kelly, Meireles, Gerrard, Poulsen, Cole, Kuyt, Torres, Jones, Kyrgiakos, Babel, Pacheco, Ngog, Lucas, Rodriguez, Jovanovic.

Blackpool (from): Gilks, Kingson, Keinan, Eardley, Taylor-Fletcher, Crainey, Evatt, Adam, Vaughan, Varney, Ormerod, Campbell, Grandin, Harewood, Southern, Carney, Cathcart, Basham, Euell, Sylvestre, Demontagnac, Phillips, Edwards.
 

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Roy Hodgson launches strident defence of his start to life as Liverpool manager

Roy Hodgson has launched a strident defence of his stuttering start as Liverpool manager, insisting he will not change the approach which earned him the job, dismissing concerns over his side’s league position and intimating his team have done little to suggest more should be expected of them than his former club Fulham.

Hodgson, appointed by managing director Christian Purslow in July to replace Rafael Benítez, has overseen just one Premier League win in six games — though he remains unbeaten in Europe — after a series of mediocre performances and his side begin Sunday afternoon’s visit of Blackpool hovering just above the relegation zone.

Such a résumé is hardly the sort of start deemed acceptable at Anfield. Hodgson, though, is quick to scotch the suggestion that his style of coaching and philosophy of play is not suited to a club where expectations are so high and the staff at his disposal so high-profile.

“Unbelievable,” said the Liverpool manager, when asked whether his approach could be applied on Merseyside as effectively as it was in west London. “How many clubs have I had in 35 years? What do you mean, do my methods translate? They translated from Halmstads to Malmo to Orebro to Neuchâtel Xamax to the Swiss national team.

“The question is quite frankly insulting, I suppose. That question is suggesting something. To suggest that suddenly because you move from one club to another, the methods that have stood you in good stead for 35 years and made you one of the most respected coaches in the Europe suddenly do not work. I find it very, very hard to believe that someone has even asked me that question.”

He is equally scornful of the idea that Liverpool boast a different type of player, either in terms of technical ability or psychological needs, players who require a different form of coaching to his former charges at Craven Cottage. “What do you mean, ‘a different type of player?'” he asked.

“At the moment arguably one or two of the players that you are suggesting are very different to the Fulham players maybe are not playing any better than the Fulham players played. Journalists work on names and not on performances. You watch people play and you base your judgement on their name and not necessarily what they have actually done on the day of the game.”

If such remarks suggest Hodgson is starting to feel the pressure of life under the intense glare of attention which England’s most decorated club attracts, he insists nothing could be further from the truth, regardless of the apparent precariousness of Liverpool’s league position.

“I could not give a monkey’s whether we are 16th or 18th,” he said. “What bothers me is that we have only got six points and I would have liked a few more. But then I knew Manchester United and Manchester City were going to be tough, and I knew Arsenal with 10 men was going to be tough, so maybe six points is not so bad.

“[But] when you have six points from six games, you understand people are going to be making negative judgments. That is the way it is. Those things do not bother me. I have had two and a half wonderful years where nothing negative was ever said about me and my team. Now maybe people are saying negative things. It does not change anything.”

Such confidence will do little to quell the growing unease among Liverpool’s fans, though Anfield is famed for its enduring faith in those who inhabit the Boot Room. Hodgson, though, insists such concerns are borne of hopes heightened beyond realism.

“Expectations are very high,” he said. “You cannot live in a dream world of how wonderful it would be if every time one of our players got the ball, he raced past four defenders and smashed it into the net. That would be living in a fantasy world. That is not going to happen in plenty of games in Europe and the Premier League.

“I would accuse you of being unrealistic if you are suggesting we should doing what Arsenal, who have had the same team for the last six years, and Chelsea, who have just won the league, are doing. We finished seventh last season. I don’t understand why you are suggesting we should be comparing ourselves every day with Chelsea or Manchester United at this early stage of the season.”
 

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i hoped RH will play jovanovic more often man...
seriously he's a hard working man..like dirty kite..:bsmilie:
 

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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 -> 20pts <-Kelong King! :bsmilie:
2). coolsigg ---- > 11pts
3). blazer_workz --> 9pts
4). sunnyday --> 9pts
5). domdomino --> 8pts
6). zhapchit --> 8pts!
7). Canew --> 7pts! (added!!)
8). grumpy --> 6pts!
9). zaren -------> 3pts
10). archlover --> 3pts
11). bro rodz ---- > 1pt
12). fotoudavid --> 1pt (he broke the duck's egg!!)
13). taurean ----- > 1pt!
14). obfuscate ---> 1pt!
15). eejal ----> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)
16). shunzi ---> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)


League of HAT-TRICK HEROES


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



3/10/2010, Sunday 1400GMT
LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. Blackpool
ANFIELD

1). 3-0 LFC wins!!! (Torres, Torres) CC
2). 2-0 liverpool win (torres, torres) sunnyday
3). 0-0 DRAW domdomino
4). 2-0 Liverpool win (Torres, Gerrard) coolsigg
5). 0-0 draw...Torres goal disallowed! :sticktong roDz
6). 6-0 LFC WIN! (Cole, Torres) blazer_workz
7). 2-0 Liverpool Win lah! (Gerrard, Torres)
8). 5-0 LFC WINS!!! (torres, gerrard. nogo, cole, jovanic) fotoudavid









new thread, boys!!! :bsmilie
 

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Reporting in to vomit blood!

YNWA
 

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Reporting from ICU..... Hope for a 3-0 win Tonic from KOP tonight! Cole x 2 and Torres 1!
 

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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 -> 20pts <-Kelong King! :bsmilie:
2). coolsigg ---- > 11pts
3). blazer_workz --> 9pts
4). sunnyday --> 9pts
5). domdomino --> 8pts
6). zhapchit --> 8pts!
7). Canew --> 7pts! (added!!)
8). grumpy --> 6pts!
9). zaren -------> 3pts
10). archlover --> 3pts
11). bro rodz ---- > 1pt
12). fotoudavid --> 1pt (he broke the duck's egg!!)
13). taurean ----- > 1pt!
14). obfuscate ---> 1pt!
15). eejal ----> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)
16). shunzi ---> 1pt! (NEW ENTRY!! HUAT HUAT HUAT!!!)


League of HAT-TRICK HEROES


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



3/10/2010, Sunday 1400GMT
LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB vs. Blackpool
ANFIELD

1). 3-0 LFC wins!!! (Torres, Torres) CC
2). 2-0 liverpool win (torres, torres) sunnyday
3). 0-0 DRAW domdomino
4). 2-0 Liverpool win (Torres, Gerrard) coolsigg
5). 0-0 draw...Torres goal disallowed! :sticktong roDz
6). 6-0 LFC WIN! (Cole, Torres) blazer_workz
7). 2-0 Liverpool Win lah! (Gerrard, Torres)
8). 5-0 LFC WINS!!! (torres, gerrard. nogo, cole, jovanic) fotoudavid
9). 4-1 Liverpool wins. (F. Torres, S, Gerrard) Canew.
 

roDz

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Roy Hodgson launches strident defence of his start to life as Liverpool managerHodgson, appointed by managing director Christian Purslow in July to replace Rafael Benítez, has overseen just one Premier League win in six games — though he remains unbeaten in Europe — after a series of mediocre performances and his side begin Sunday afternoon’s visit of Blackpool hovering just above the relegation zone.

“Unbelievable,” said the Liverpool manager, when asked whether his approach could be applied on Merseyside as effectively as it was in west London. “How many clubs have I had in 35 years? What do you mean, do my methods translate? They translated from Halmstads to Malmo to Orebro to Neuchâtel Xamax to the Swiss national team.

“I could not give a monkey’s whether we are 16th or 18th,” he said. “What bothers me is that we have only got six points and I would have liked a few more. But then I knew Manchester United and Manchester City were going to be tough, and I knew Arsenal with 10 men was going to be tough, so maybe six points is not so bad.

“[But] when you have six points from six games, you understand people are going to be making negative judgments. That is the way it is. Those things do not bother me. I have had two and a half wonderful years where nothing negative was ever said about me and my team. Now maybe people are saying negative things. It does not change anything.”
Weldone RH...what u said speak "highly" about yourself...:sweat:
 

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Weldone RH...what u said speak "highly" about yourself...:sweat:
com'on la bro rodz, he's barely into managing LFC for 4months!


cut him some slack! if he failed terribly after one season or after 8 or 9 months then gif him stick and jiaklat jiaklat.

not when he's barely into the job and the truth is that he was never the first choice for the job.


or u rather prefer eriksson??


aiyo! relek la! :bsmilie:
 

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