THIS IS ANFIELD!! - LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB! Season XVI


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Yawnz. Cough cough. Reporting sick...

Anyways just saw new paper, Torres won 80% of votes compared to Rooney!
 

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Mascherano finally signs permanent deal

Javier Mascherano has completed a permanent move to Liverpool by signing a four-year deal.


The Argentina midfielder has been at Anfield since ending a brief stint at West Ham and until today was on a long-term loan deal from owners MSI.

'I am very, very happy and now I can concentrate just on playing football,' Mascherano told Liverpoolfc.tv.

'I said all along that I wanted to stay at Liverpool and now that I have signed I can say this is the best and the biggest moment in my career so far.

'From the first day I arrived at Liverpool the feeling was good and I knew this was where I wanted to play my football.

'It's good news for me and my family that everything is sorted and I know where my future is going to be. I just want to do my best for the fans and the people of the club.

'I am at a top side and I know I can win titles here. That's the big thing for me. I want to be at a club where we can win trophies and have success.'

Manager Rafael Benitez was just as delighted to secure the services of the 23-year-old midfielder.

'We must be really pleased with the situation now,' said the boss.

'He has been a key player for us since he has been here and now we know he can be a key player in our future.

'From the start we knew Javier was a player with quality and a fantastic mentality. We knew the player when he was in the reserves at River Plate but was playing for the senior national team and we had been monitoring his career since then.

'He is young but he has great experience having played for his country. We knew he would be a good signing for us.

'It's clear that he is one of the best midfielders in the world but he can get better with us. We now have a lot of good options in the centre of midfield and that's good news for the club.'

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry, who worked painstakingly to finalise the deal, added: 'Our overriding thought is that we are delighted to have signed a world-class player on a long contract and I know Javier is thrilled too because he was keen to have his long-term future resolved.

'I think this signing demonstrates two things. Firstly, that life at the club goes on despite all of the speculation to the contrary.

'And secondly it demonstrates in very large measure the ongoing commitment of the owners who once again have come good when funds have been needed.'

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song boh !!!
 

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Mascherano finally signs permanent deal

Javier Mascherano has completed a permanent move to Liverpool by signing a four-year deal.


The Argentina midfielder has been at Anfield since ending a brief stint at West Ham and until today was on a long-term loan deal from owners MSI.

'I am very, very happy and now I can concentrate just on playing football,' Mascherano told Liverpoolfc.tv.

'I said all along that I wanted to stay at Liverpool and now that I have signed I can say this is the best and the biggest moment in my career so far.

'From the first day I arrived at Liverpool the feeling was good and I knew this was where I wanted to play my football.

'It's good news for me and my family that everything is sorted and I know where my future is going to be. I just want to do my best for the fans and the people of the club.

'I am at a top side and I know I can win titles here. That's the big thing for me. I want to be at a club where we can win trophies and have success.'

Manager Rafael Benitez was just as delighted to secure the services of the 23-year-old midfielder.

'We must be really pleased with the situation now,' said the boss.

'He has been a key player for us since he has been here and now we know he can be a key player in our future.

'From the start we knew Javier was a player with quality and a fantastic mentality. We knew the player when he was in the reserves at River Plate but was playing for the senior national team and we had been monitoring his career since then.

'He is young but he has great experience having played for his country. We knew he would be a good signing for us.

'It's clear that he is one of the best midfielders in the world but he can get better with us. We now have a lot of good options in the centre of midfield and that's good news for the club.'

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry, who worked painstakingly to finalise the deal, added: 'Our overriding thought is that we are delighted to have signed a world-class player on a long contract and I know Javier is thrilled too because he was keen to have his long-term future resolved.

'I think this signing demonstrates two things. Firstly, that life at the club goes on despite all of the speculation to the contrary.

'And secondly it demonstrates in very large measure the ongoing commitment of the owners who once again have come good when funds have been needed.'

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song boh !!!




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see raf999 go, I SUPER DUPER SIBEH SONG.
 

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Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


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 haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

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


Current standings:

1) Cheesecake 28 points
2) roadrunner 22 points
3) jfoo 20 points
4) kelccm 15 points
5) dfstan 13 points
6) blazer_works 12 points
7) canew 11 points
8) airfins 11 points
9) zhapchit 10 points
10) grumpy 9 points
11) roDz 6 points
12) xen0275 4 points
13). estronutz 3 points
14). nemesis32 2 points
15). parchiao 2point
16). zan82 2point
17). dnd 1 point
18). mpenza 1 point



bolton vs. LIVERPOOL!


Reebok stadium
Sunday, 2 March
Kick-off: 1330 GMT


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...em/7260401.stm




1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN!(Torres, Gerrard) crazy cheesecake
2). 3-1 Liverpool win (Kuyt, Gerrard, Torres) dfstan
3). 1-0 Liverpool Win (Gerrard) blazer_workz
4). 2-1 Liverpool Win (Torres, Torres) zan82
5). 2-0 Liverpool wins! (1st.: F. Torres, Last: S. Gerrard) Canew
6). 3-2 Liverpool win! (Torres, Torres) kelccm
7). 4-2 Liverpool Win (Torres, Torres, Crouch, S. Gerrard) boresome
8). 2-1 Liverpool Win (Torres, Gerrard) Taurean
9). 4-0 Liverpool Win (Torres, Crouch) parchiao




lai lai lai!
 

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Benitez ready for pivotal week for Liverpool​


Rafael Benitez insists Liverpool must take full advantage of three key games in a week ahead of the distraction of a Champions League showdown with Inter Milan.

The Anfield boss, flush from completing the permanent signing of Javier Mascherano yesterday on a four-year contract, also believes he has ended doubts about Steven Gerrard's commitment to the club.

Those doubts surfaced after the frustrated club skipper's angry condemnation in midweek of Liverpool's flop in the Premier League title race.

With Gerrard '100% committed to the club', in Benitez's words, and the Mascherano deal finally tied up, the Spanish coach turns his attention to tomorrow's trip to struggling Bolton.

After the Bolton match, Liverpool play their long-awaited game in hand at home to West Ham on Wednesday, followed by next weekend's visit of Newcastle.

That is nine points on offer that could dramatically change the club's chase for fourth spot before they head off to Italy the following week.

Benitez said: 'We have three games in a week now before we play Inter Milan, and with such a chase on for fourth spot we know that every game now is crucial.

'Aston Villa and Everton both want to play Champions League football, but so do we. It is crucial for us too so we will keep going and try to win every game.

'Now we have to be ready for our next game and try to win at Bolton.

'Then we have our game in hand, when West Ham are here on Wednesday, before we play Newcastle at Anfield next weekend. All these games are now very important to our objectives, we must keep going.

'We cannot afford to drop points, every game is important and we must reduce the gap on teams above us. We keep talking about our game in hand, so now it is here we must win it. That will put us in a better position.'

Benitez has confidence in his squad, despite only winning two of their last eight league matches.

He said: 'The players have experience of winning several games in a row. We have the squad to do it so now we need to start doing it.

'We also have experience now of playing at Bolton, where we have always had trouble. But we have confidence after our last two wins, and we can go there believing we can win.

'Bolton are strong and physical, they do the same things they were doing under previous managers.

'But we need to keep the ball, move it quickly and make use of our possession. They will try to stop us doing that, but that is nothing new.

'But we know we must keep going. Every game is crucial for us, and we must win from now until the last game.'
 

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