Bogman's Content - Page 58 - The Liverpool Way Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Bogman

  1. Bogman

    All new transfer speculation 09

    N'Gog to Sheffield on loan? Changement de direction inattendu pour N’Gog ? Quote Changement de direction inattendu pour N’Gog ? 16/08/2009 - 14 h 39 - Benjamin Khaldi ©Maxppp Liens relatifs Equipes * Liverpool FC * Sheffield Wednesday FC Joueurs * David N'Gog Formé au Paris Saint-Germain, David N’Gog avait surpris tout le monde l’été dernier en signant avec Liverpool. Un transfert pour le moins étonnant, mais qui s’est avéré pas si inutile que cela. Au bout d’un an, l’attaquant, qui culmine à 1,90 m, a découvert tour à tour la Premier League et la Ligue des Champions. Avec un bilan plus que correct de 14 matches disputés en championnat pour 2 buts marqués, ainsi que 3 matches en Ligue des Champions pour un but. Mieux, cette année, le coach de Liverpool a assuré qu’il comptait bel et bien sur son jeune attaquant français. « Nous n’avons pas besoin de recruter en attaque. Nous avons David N’Gog, qui est un joueur talentueux et qui peut nous apporter quelque chose », confie-t-il à Skysports. Mais le jeune attaquant des Reds pourrait bien aller grappiller un peu plus du temps de jeu du côté de la deuxième division anglaise. Selon les Anglais de The People, Sheffield Wednesday souhaiterait se faire prêter le joueur pour une saison. Auteur d’un début de championnat moyen (2 matches nuls en autant de journées), le club et son coach Brian Laws voudraient profiter du marché des transferts pour conclure l’arrivée du joueur. La perspective d’obtenir un temps de jeu plus conséquent pourrait faire réfléchir l’attaquant des Reds, qui doit se faire une place parmi Torres, Babel, Voronin et Kuyt.
  2. Bogman

    1.5 mil

    Stating the bleeding obvious here, but something needs to be done, and something needs to be done now. This is bigger than the now, this is our club, our team - we need it sorting, and we need it now. This is the life blood of Liverpool football club that is being drained from us. Time we stood up and took our club back. The yanks need to be gone, sent packing back over the ocean to their country, back to their sports, and to get the damn out of our club. We've spent too long sat our our hands, time to take your head out of the sand and back the manager. They've had an easy ride recently, thanks to the magic rafa has done, but we need to reclaim Anfield, starting tomorrow night.
  3. Bogman

    Ignore this thread (NSFW)

    Going through one of his periods....................
  4. Bogman


    Should have poked it in the eye(s)
  5. Bogman

    Rafa on SSN just now

    Tis all a tad boring and repetitive. People need to move on rather than keep dredging up the same old argumentative shite.
  6. Do they really shit in the woods? Discuss......................
  7. someone return this idiot to it's rightful village.
  8. Bogman

    All new transfer speculation 09

    11.22 Skysports.com understands Liverpool, West Ham and Fulham are all considering bids for Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross, with the Anfield outfit understood to be leading the race for his services. We obviously thought of considering a bid first then. Superb journalism.
  9. Bogman

    Stevie G this saturday

    'Kin ell Dave that Cameo autoplay just made the accounts lady in the office drop her coffee on the floor, as she was walking past me desk as I clicked on the thread. Some kunt has turned up me sound. Made me laff, mind. Word, indeed, bluud.
  10. Bogman

    Fit birds of the 80's

    Hubba-Bubba. Fatima Whitbread.
  11. Bogman

    Ashes Cricket 2009

    I now officially can't bat. Face the Bangladeshs' off spin in a 20 over match; batter them all around the ground, but play the Windies in a test match, tfffbfhhhhhhhhh, can't hit a cow with a bangeo. Sorry, that's a lie, I can hit that cow, it's just that it always, always lands in a cow catcher. Very addictive though.
  12. Bogman

    Fit birds of the 80's

    Does Keeley Hawes count, she was sort of there.:inlove:
  13. Bogman

    Ashes Cricket 2009

    Not too shabby, managed to score 358 - 4 in a 20 overs match against Bangladesh in easy mode, but got battered by the aussies in my first attempt at the game. Bowling is hard, but can't have everything easy. Brought mine on Friday from Asda for the PS3 - £31 sobs.
  14. Bogman

    All new transfer speculation 09

    I agree with need an additional centre back, but can't really see us splashing huge amounts of money at it, probably 2-3 million, so theoretically, it should leave enough for another attacker.
  15. Bogman

    Alberto Aquilani

    Does it all fucking matter? Some people will argue the toss for the sake of arguing.
  16. Bogman

    Alberto Aquilani

    I actually will wait, see what he is like, then slate if necessary, not before the lad has even put on a shirt. I know, controversial.
  17. Bogman

    A thread about a man named Xabi

    Balague: 31/07/2009 Alonso Deadline Extended - But Differences Over Valuation Remain The reports that Xabi Alonso had handed in a transfer request appear to have had the desired effect in acting as a catalyst to the affair, as both Liverpool and Real Madrid have, at least, resumed negotiations... However, differences over the player`s valuation and the structure of any deal remain the key sticking point. Real Madrid have pushed for Liverpool to extend their deadline on the deal to Monday in order that the Premier League club take time to consider a new player plus cash offer. Negredo, Van der Vaart or Huntelaar are the Real Madrid players in question, and the respective fee would depend upon whichever player Liverpool are willing to acept. Of the three Madrid players, Negredo would most suit Benitez` need for an additional striker, but Liverpool have always maintained that they have no desire to engage in a player exchange with Real Madrid and that they will only accept a cash payment – and the two sides continue to disagree over that amount as well. Liverpool were yesterday sticking to their €35 million (plus €5 million add-ons) valuation, while Real Madrid are still proposing a €25 million deal. The matter took another late twist as it emerged last night that at least two other teams - one English and one Italian club, possibly Inter and Manchester City – are expected to make superior offers to Madrid in the coming days. Benitez` desire to extract the maximum amount of cash from the deal is apparent and wholly understandable: the Liverpool manager has seen his transfer kitty near exhausted following the purchase of Glen Johnson and the renewal of key player contracts at Anfield. The Daily Mail are reporting that Wigan`s Lee Cattermole is a priority, with Liverpool prepared to offer €14 million for the England U21 international; while reports coming out of Italy suggest that another of Benitez` targets, Alberto Aquilani, is already the subject of an €18 million bid from Anfield.
  18. Bogman

    Anybody had ghost/supernatural experiences?

    Right there, that's my missus down to a t
  19. Bogman

    Favourite Porn Star

    Silvia Saint
  20. Bogman

    A thread about a man named Xabi

    Reds close to winning Xabi Alonso battle: Liverpool FC latest Jul 28 2009 by David Prentice, Liverpool REAL MADRID president Florentino Perez claims he is ready to walk away from his summer-long pursuit of Xabi Alonso – because Liverpool won’t play ball! Reds boss Rafa Benitez has refused to budge from his £30million valuation of the Spanish international. But that is way above Real’s estimation and Perez insists that despite his club’s massive outlay on the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka this summer, they will not pay over the odds for any remaining targets. “Some people obviously thought that because we said we wanted more Spanish players, they could ask for fees which don’t correspond to reality,” he said. “A year ago, certain players we’ve asked about would have cost less than half the price we’re being quoted now. “If necessary, we’ll find the Spanish players we would like for the squad in our youth system.” Then, in a strong message to Liverpool, Perez added: “We made huge attempts at the start to sign players who had won the Ballon d'Or or the World Footballer of the Year award. “But the arrivals of Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo have confused some people who obviously thought that, because we said we wanted more Spanish players, they could ask for fees which don't correspond to reality.” Perez also suggested any deal for Alonso would be dependent on the club selling a number of their players deemed surplus to requirements. He continued: “We brought in a lot of players, our prime objectives, at the start and now we have the absurd number of 29 players in our squad, when we can only register 25 for the league. “It has been more difficult than we expected encouraging players to look at other options. At this point, for a player to arrive, at least one would have to leave. “There is a financial element to that, but it is mainly a technical one. We cannot have so many players who would not have chance to play. It has to be one in, one out for us at the moment.” Benitez is adamant he will not lower his asking price, and Alonso’s reluctance to publicly state his desire to quit Anfield has left the Reds holding all the aces during negotiations. A Liverpool XI, meanwhile, is in action tonight when they face Cambridge United at the R Costings Abbey Stadium (kick-off 7.45pm). John McMahon will be in charge of the team for a match which marks the first game for new U's boss Martin Ling. Liverpool Echo.co.uk - Liverpool FC - News - Reds close to winning Xabi Alonso battle: Liverpool FC latest
  21. Bogman

    Summer '09 Transfer Speculation Thread

    Arbeloa closes on Real move Reds full-back set to rejoin former club Last updated: 28th July 2009 Football Betting - Liverpool Specials Not win any major trophy 8/15, Win any major trophy 11/8, Prem and FA Cup 20/1 or Prem and Carling Cup 25/1 Bet £10 Get £10 Free - Open Account Arbeloa: Set to join Real Related links Teams Liverpool Real Madrid Players Alvaro Arbeloa Also see Transfer Centre Fantasy Football Papers Your View Betting Liverpool full-back Alvaro Arbeloa claims he is close to finalising his anticipated move to Real Madrid. Arbeloa has been linked with a move to Real throughout the summer with his chances at Liverpool likely to be more limited this season following the signing of Glen Johnson. Real, who are also chasing Arbeloa's team-mate Xabi Alonso, are keen to increase the number of Spaniards in their squad following the big-money arrivals of Kaka, Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema. A £4.5million fee for Arbeloa has been mooted and the Spain international believes talks over a move to Real are making positive progress. "At the moment I am focused on Liverpool, but it is true that the deal is close to being completed," he told Spanish sports daily Marca. "We'll see what happens in the next few days, if we can all make an effort so the the negotiations come to a good end, and we all come out having benefited, which is what everyone wants. "I insist that everything is going forwards and everyone is in agreement - I am the one who has the most desire to sign for Madrid. "I don't know what the likelihood is in percentages, it's a question more for the clubs. But, as I understand, it seems everything is going well and there is little left to resolve. "It could all be sealed this week." Arbeloa has made almost 100 appearances for Liverpool since joining the Premier League club from Deportivo La Coruna in January 2007. He signed for Deportivo from Real, having failed to make an impact in his first spell at the Bernabeu after playing in the youth team for current Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez.
  22. No 69 with a flake in it?
  23. Bogman

    Bird fancying amnesty thread

    just look at them, they're disgusting. :yes: