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  1. Boom Boom

    so united dont get the box set,

    5 trophies in the one calendar year (2001) UEFA, LC, FA Cup, Charity Shield and Super Cup. Although I think most of us only really count the first 3...
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    Got those mad staring eyes though....reminded me a bit of a mad looking Swedish keeper from the 80s/90s called Tomas Ravelli ( I think)....
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    Double sided sticky tape!

    Wasn't Mascherano's £18M or was it £17M inclusive of five years worth of wages?
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    Ressies tonight

    NGOG LINES UP FOR RESERVES Steve Hunter 20 January 2009 David Ngog and Krisztian Nemeth lead the attack as Liverpool Reserves take on Middlesbrough tonight in their first game of 2009 - a match you can watch live online or on LFC TV from 6.30pm GMT. Icelandic midfielder Victor Palsson is on the bench for the first time following his recent arrival from Danish side AGF Arhus. Kick-off at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington is at 7pm and our build-up programme starts at 6.30pm when presenter Matt Critchley will be joined by David Johnson and John Durnin. David Fairclough will be part of our commentary team as Ablett's side look to get back on the winning trail after four games without a victory. Liverpool team Peter Gulacsi Emmanuel Mendy Stephen Darby Mikel San Jose Jay Spearing Damien Plessis Nabil El Zhar Daniel Pacheco David Ngog Krisztian Nemeth Vincent Weijl Substitutes:- Steven Irwin Martin Hansen Andras Simon Vitor Flora Victor Palsson
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    Do this quiz

    Only 8/10. Don't deserve a WAG and mock Tudor house in the suburbs.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Great hit from Spearing, just wide. 1-0 all over.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Super pass by Mikel, Weijl went for a goal when he probably would have been better off squaring it.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Good strike by Weijl knocked away for a corner.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Brouwer off, replaced by Andras Simon.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Shot by Brouwer from just inside the box, doesn't seriously test the keeper.
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    Ressies Tonight

    Super finish by Pacheco, very composed.
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    Portsmouth Res.- Liverpool Res. 1-4

    Surprised nobody mentioned the CL winner in the Pompey ranks :whistle:
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    Do you buy the fanzine?

    Overseas subscriber - 3rd season - although originally discovered TLW through buying a copy from Dave U in 2003, and am a regular visitor to the site.
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    Peter Beardsley

    Great clips. What's most apparent from watching those goals is the man's close control and composure in tight situations.
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    Digger back in management

    Apologies if this was mentioned already...from RTÉ Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster Barnes returns to Jamaica Wednesday, 17 September 2008 10:00 Former Liverpool and England winger John Barnes has been named as the new coach of the Jamaica national team. The 44-year-old, who was born in Kingston, will take up duties in November after agreeing a one-year deal with the Jamaica Football Federation. Barnes takes over from Brazilian Rene Simoes, who was sacked as technical director last week. JFF president Horace Burrell said: 'The board of directors of the JFF have approved the appointment of John Barnes, former England international, as the head coach of the national senior team. 'The board have approved his appointment for a period of one year, which will be up for review, and possibly renewal.' The post is Barnes' first job in management since an ill-fated spell in charge of Celtic in 1999-2000. During his playing days, Barnes was long tipped for a career as a manager but since leaving Parkhead he has concentrated largely on media work. Burrell believes his appointment will also help increase the profile of the Jamaican side. He said: 'When you are involved in international football you need an individual with international stature. Having a coach of international repute opens a number of opportunities for our national team. 'Many countries will invite you to play friendlies only because of the image and reputation of your coach. 'When an icon like John Barnes becomes the coach of Jamaica's Reggae Boyz' team, immediately the international spotlight will shine on Jamaica in every single aspect of the sport.' Barnes lived in Jamaica until his teens when his father, who served in the armed forces, was posted to England. He began his playing career with Watford before going on to achieve stardom in a Liverpool side he helped to two league titles. He finished with spells at Newcastle United and Charlton Athletic. Former Hull City and Tranmere Rovers midfielder Theodore Whitmore has been named interim coach for next month's World Cup crucial qualifiers against Mexico and Honduras. He will then stay on as Barnes' assistant. Burrell said Jamaica will select their strongest squad for the upcoming matches, including Hull's on-loan Wigan Athletic striker Marlon King, who was excluded by Simoes.