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    wba would put an unrealistic price tag on him
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    L4 Group - Release their film

    glad we turned our backs on the crock of shite, and come to think of it he was in favour of groundshare...
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    Parry Speaks

    injuries permitted we should be able to cope until the jan window, our first 14 without injuries should keep us in touch till then, but yes there is gamble and that gamble is having an injury free first half of the season
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    Sam Allardyce is a CUNT

    think he meant what have they done as footballers not managerial skills
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    It looks like Simao isn't coming

    SIMAO PASSES MEDICAL by Francisco Acedo - created on 31 Aug 2005 Portugal international Simao Sabrosa has passed a medical as he closes on a move to Liverpool. The Benfica winger is expected to join the European champions prior to Wednesday's transfer deadline in a deal worth €15 million (£10 million). Simao is understood to have agreed personal terms with Liverpool, having been granted permission to leave Portugal's training camp to discuss his switch to Anfield. The wide man's agent Jorge Baidek has confirmed to skysports.com that the talks are heading towards a positive conclusion. "Now the operation is very advanced and we wait for a final solution in the next few hours," Baidek told skysports.com. However, Benfica are thought to be trying to block Simao's move to The Premiership as they are loath to lose the right winger. Benfica are reportedly trying to change the details of the deal in an attempt to thwart Liverpool's bid to sign the former Barcelona player. There have been suggestions that Benfica want Djibril Cisse in part exchange but that appears to be an unlikely scenario. Simao is expected back at the Portuguese training camp later in the day and will hope there is no last minute hitch. http://skysports.planetfootball.com/list.asp?hlid=303054&cpid=8&CLID=14&lid=&title=SIMAO+PASSES+MEDICAL&channel=premiership
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    €15m bid for Simao Sabrosa

    can you paste the article please?
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    €15m bid for Simao Sabrosa

    Portugese FA website say his left for Liverpool for a medical
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    €15m bid for Simao Sabrosa

    Lets wait and see, theres one thing bidding, another thing player and club agreeing
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    Can we hang fire until thursday....

    Figo and Milito were rafa's number one targets, hardly the boards fault they didint want to come....now all the clubs got wind of our situation and making it harder for us, who knows what might happen yet? united and arse have done nothing, blueshite cant get anyone spurs and toon the big movers this summer
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    Can we hang fire until thursday....

    Rafa only stated a couple of weeks back that he was happy with the signings and was quoted saying he gave a list to the board and that he was happy they carried out what he asked for
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    He's gone to the Geordies!!!!!!

    been thinking the same...must be the stevie scenerio thats doing it :D
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    I am so angry I feel like killing myself

    yeah backing managers and being unsuccessful we'll reap the benefits of the last season and champions league this season, and have a big budget next summer
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    He's gone to the Geordies!!!!!!

    yeah he'll look a right fool lining out for the toon at anfield Owen is the looser in all this AGAIN
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    Tonights Team

    Crouch was left behind, still struggling with his hamstring
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    Bring em on...

    chelsea at home in the league 2nd Oct
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    Sylvain Distin

    that is the saddest thing ive ever heard from a so called fan label a player from a team he supports, after a few performances...sad
  17. thought the Thai lad was interested and there was an another exciting offer Parry stated awhile back, but as he said you dont rush into anything when saleing on the family silver.
  18. then the time has come for you to support Chelski, they will satisfy all your footballing fantasies
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    You won't believe this....

    Everyone needs to remember that these wernt players Rafa bought, maybe Rafa simply rates other players, dont get me wrong i like Milan and Sinima but wholesale changes were on the cards and maybe Rafa needs money from sales to fund his own players....maybe his after Kyut and Owen, who knows but its clear Rafa wants to shape his squad his way and who can argue with Rafa
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    they had 7.5 mill bid turned down
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    if we go for Kuyt, lets hope it wont be a bidding war with Spurs
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    That Meira fella..

    any other news from the conference?
  23. Euro memories give Warnock added strength Aug 10 2005 Chris Bascombe, Liverpool Echo THE glory of Istanbul will be remembered for the emotional extremes Liverpool's fans and players suffered on the route to victory. For one Anfield star, the cocktail of torment and joy lasted far beyond the final whistle. Steve Warnock's ecstasy at seeing his boyhood club claim their fifth European Cup was countered by his deflation at missing out, not only on a place in the squad and a winners' medal, but also, due to a mix-up on the team's return to Merseyside, a seat on the open-top bus. He was left stranded at Melwood with forlorn colleagues as the rest of the squad took their applause. The despair of being cruelly denied his invitation to the party forced the 23-year-old into a summer of reflection. But rather than nurse grudges, the youngster returned to Melwood more determined than ever to ensure he's not left behind again. Injury to Djimi Traore will offer Warnock fresh opportunities to establish his position in the first month of the season, and the Academy graduate will compete with John Arne Riise for his place against CSKA Sofia tonight. Having been favoured in the left-back role in the last round, Warnock feels he's made a solid start in his ongoing bid to assert his credentials. "I still feel I have something to prove at Liverpool, " admits Warnock. "I think you've always got to show the manager more when you're at a club like ours and I want to show everyone that I'm good enough to be in this team. "My aim this season is to earn selection regularly at left-back and I've a lot of confidence in my ability to do so. "It's unfortunate for Djimi he's injured, but I've got to look at it as an opportunity for me. Even if everyone in my position was fit I'd be trying my hardest to get into the team and backing my ability. "At the end of last season I didn't think I did myself justice. After my ankle injury I rushed back too soon because I was desperate to play. "The injuries seemed to come along at bad times. I played well against Bayer Leverkusen and was happy with my form, only to get injured in the derby. Every time I was doing well, I'd have a little setback. "Now I feel much fitter and fresher and there's no reason why I can't be right on top of my game." Having finally, belatedly, confirmed his place in the senior squad a year ago, Warnock says the last 12 months taught him even more about the brutal realities of football. "There were some good times last season and some really tough ones too," he said. "On a personal level, the Carling Cup and Champions League finals stand out as particularly low points for me. "I'd played in every round of the League Cup before the final, and missed out on a medal. Then when I wasn't in the squad for the European Cup final I'd have to say that was my lowest point of all. "There weren't enough winners' medal for us all, so I didn't get one. I spent time over the summer getting over that. "The night in Istanbul was a strange combination of emotions for me. When you're so close to it as a Liverpool fan who's grown up hearing about those kind of nights, you feel grateful that you're experiencing something which so many other supporters would love to be a part of. "Then, on the other hand, you're having to come to terms with the most disappointing few days of your life as a footballer because you're not in the squad. "It's definitely something I'll look back on with mixed thoughts, even though I was so happy as a supporter and player that we won. "I feel I've learned some hard lessons about football. You've always got to try and take positives from every experience, but when you suffer those kinds of disappointments, it's not easy to think that way. "Those occasions are what being a professional footballer is all about, so to miss out when you've been involved in helping the side get to the final takes getting over. "I think going through that has toughened me up mentally and made me more determined to ensure the next time we get to a final, I'll be involved." The next step on the road to recompense is Bulgaria and a clash Warnock believes is more hazardous than many believe for the European champions. "It will be tricky tonight," he said. "No disrespect to the teams we've faced already, but we know CSKA are going to provide a bigger test. They're no mugs. "We've seen the videos and they look like a team which likes to play counter-attacking football. "It can be difficult in Europe when you don't know much about the opponent. It was like that in the last round. You find yourself assessing how good they are in the first 20 minutes of the game. "In Lithuania, it took us a bit of time to get the measure of them. Then we found ourselves 1-0 down, looking at each other and thinking 'what's going on here?'. "We can't afford to have that kind of start against stronger teams because we may find it more difficult to get back into the match."
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    Gonzalez work permit

    That was the appeal