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  1. Seemann

    Warrior Kit Deal - Not bullshit

    No colours but looks correct: Warrior Football Edit: click under 'Shop' if the image is changing.
  2. Seemann

    Big brave racist lionheart John Terry

    John Terry, whooaaoo. John Terry, whooaaoo. His aurl man sells the rock. His ma still loves Scouse cock.
  3. Seemann

    FA cup semi final ticket news.

    Anyone know if Liverpool fans will be in the east end of the stadium again like in the CC final?
  4. Seemann

    QPR away

    We all love Kenny, but this now look pretty bizarre from him today in the article in The Telegraph. Complacency crept in and no wonder: “These players have done fantastically well and if anyone is going to come in they will have to be a hell of a player to do better than what they have done. “These boys are in pole position, they are sitting there comfortable. None of them can be disappointed with what they have contributed this season, so we are not going to be sharp to get rid of anyone.” Queens Park Rangers v Liverpool: Luis Suarez is 'staying at Anfield’ says manager Kenny Dalglish - Telegraph
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    Man City...mildly likeable?

    They're the lesser of a lot of evils.
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    January Transfer window 2012

    I think we'll end up buying 1 or 2 players, but wonder if we'll be selling any players too in January? Maybe Maxi and possibly Johnson? I could also see Johnson leaving as many already see Kelly as a better option (scored again tonight for U21), but maybe January isn't the time to sell. If a big bid came in I think we would consider it?
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    gerrard blow

    Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard facing the agony of lengthy injury lay-off due to an infected ankle. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard could be facing the agony of another lengthy injury lay-off after being diagnosed with an infected ankle. Out of action: Steven Gerrard has suffered another injury set-back soon after only recently returnibg to the Liverpool side Photo: EPA/PETER POWELL By Chris Bascombe 11:59PM GMT 30 Oct 2011 14 Comments The England midfielder, who has only just returned to action following groin surgery, will find out the extent of the injury – which flared up prior to Saturday’s Premier League fixture at West Bromwich Albion – in the next 48 hours. Gerrard had fluid drained from the ankle at a Liverpool hospital yesterday and the club are now awaiting to gauge the effect of that procedure. There are fears, however, that the injury will force Gerrard out for a prolonged spell. Confirmation of the recovery time is likely to arrive tomorrow, but there was a grim mood at Anfield as the captain received treatment. Gerrard is understood to be distraught that what seemed to be an innocuous cut on his ankle, sustained in training last week, has developed into a potentially more serious problem. The 31 year-old Liverpool stalwart has only recently returned to Premier League action after a six month absence due to an unrelated groin problem, and he was just regaining his full match fitness. He has endured a nightmarish few months, and is believed to be devastated at the prospect of a further prolonged absence. This latest setback means Gerrard is certain to miss England's forthcoming friendlies with Spain and Sweden on Nov 12 and 15, games which manager Fabio Capello is using to assess his options for Euro 2012. Liverpool were already eager for Gerrard to be used sparingly by the Italian due to his long absence from the previous injury, but Capello will now know there is no possibility the player will be available for selection. That will be a source of immense frustration to Gerrard, who has not appeared for his country since the friendly defeat by France last November, but it is the injury’s impact on the player himself and Liverpool’s quest to regain a Champions League place which will be of greater concern for his club. Much of the stress will be caused by the bewilderment about how and why the injury deteriorated so badly in the 24 hours before Liverpool’s 2-0 win at The Hawthorns. Gerrard travelled with the rest of the Liverpool squad to the Midlands on Friday. He was already in some discomfort due to the knock he sustained on the ankle, but it was anticipated it would heal quickly and he would be fit to face Roy Hodgson’s side. Instead, it got worse and on Saturday morning it was clear he would not be fit for selection and Gerrard returned to Merseyside for treatment. The latest setback has come in the midst of key period of the season. Liverpool play Swansea in the Premier League next weekend and have high-profile fixtures with Chelsea and Manchester City following the international break, as well as a Carling Cup tie at Stamford Bridge. Manager Kenny Dalglish is as concerned as Gerrard to establish the full extent of the damage. He had hoped on Saturday it would only be a minor knock and the player would be fit within a week. “Steven has got an infection in his ankle. He was in our minds for the game, it just flared up,” explained Dalglish. “It’s nothing to do with any injuries before, it’s an infection. "I suppose it’s like having an abscess on your mouth. "We can be more accurate next week than we can be just now.” Any optimistic assessment of a swift return has certainly evaporated over the last 24 hours, however, and yesterday Gerrard was photographed leaving hospital on crutches. By his own admission, it has been one of the most physically and emotionally stressful times of Gerrard’s career since he underwent groin surgery before the end of last season. That operation cured a long-standing muscle injury which had forced Gerrard to consistently undergo pain killing injections in order to play. His rehabilitation was further complicated by an infection which did not clear up properly, delaying his return this season by three months. Gerrard said at the time he feared he may never return after that setback. “There were times when I was as low as I’ve ever been as a footballer,” Gerrard said recently. “I think it’s only natural that you have doubts and different things do cross your mind from time to time.” Gerrard has made just five appearances this season, and marked his first start with a goal against Manchester United earlier this month. He thought his luck had changed and he could look ahead to a successful campaign alongside Dalglish’s new signings, but he has barely been able to forge an on-field relationship with the recent acquisitions. Indeed, Gerrard, Luis Suárez and Andy Carroll still have not started a fixture in the same line-up. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard facing the agony of lengthy injury lay-off due to an infected ankle - Telegraph
  8. Is there any real chance of the owners wanting another stadium design/a new stadium being put forward other than the one presented by Hicks and Gillet for Stanley Park? It seems to me thay want to stay at Anfield.
  9. Thanks for the reply to my question, Dave and Pidge.
  10. Good read. I saw that Shearer was on MotD and had a say on Carroll, but what did he say?
  11. Is this recent events to mess with our plans or a long time ago?
  12. According to Alan arena own 93 of the houses, but who is arena? Sorry for my questions, but would just like to know more on this as the discussion is really significant for our future.