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  1. Bogman

    Rafa to finally pen 5 year deal next week?

    Yeah, look where Franny "foxy in the boxy" Jeffers is now
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    Rafa to finally pen 5 year deal next week?

    Basil Brush. Daft we're even discussing getting rid of the old fella. Some people need to remember what we achieved in the 19 years or so before him. He's put us back on the pedestal.
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    Rafa to finally pen 5 year deal next week?

    Cheers cock ;) Getting a tad boring now all this. Any idea how to put a fruit pastel in your mouth without chewing?
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    Rafa to finally pen 5 year deal next week?

    well, I think this thread has covered just about everything. can't remember if we've discussed to death whether our nett spend is more or less than manure's, or come to think of it, whether we've discussed the finer points of pancake tossing. round and round we go, where we stop, nobody knows.
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    Rafa to finally pen 5 year deal next week?

    Benítez to hold talks next week on Liverpool future :- Guardian Rafael Benítez has reiterated his desire to remain at Liverpool and will meet the club's owners to discuss his future next week, with a final decision to be made within a fortnight. Benítez's position has been the subject of recent speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid and he has been quick to take advantage of Liverpool's win over the Spanish champions on Tuesday to defend his record. "Next week I am going to study my present and my future with my bosses," said Benítez, who was also quick to dismiss suggestions that he could leave ­Merseyside. "I have to decide on my future in the next two weeks. "People who see me leaving for Madrid are wrong. I have a contract with Liverpool, I owe Liverpool and I am only thinking about Liverpool. I am happy here and there is a project under way. I have been here for five years and [if I was to stay] from now on things would be easier." For the first time, though, there was the hint that he is considering other alternatives should Liverpool not allow him to lead a stable project on his terms. There was a hint too of irritation at those who have jumped on the Benítez bandwagon now but did not back him before. "I want a medium- or long-term project. I don't want to be working day to day, always hanging on the latest result, without a programme to follow or an idea to develop over a period of time," he said. "What I want is hard to find in Spain. Long-term projects do not exist [in Spain], like they do in England. I am young as coaches go and I can't predict my future. Real Madrid are a great club, a very great club, but I am at another wonderful club – one that really motivates me. I will work where I feel I can develop a project." Benítez defended his record at Anfield on what he insisted were limited resources. He also responded to those who criticised his team's style and admitted that the words of Vicente Boluda, the Real Madrid president who said that the Spaniards would "take the mickey out of Liverpool"‚ gave his team added motivation. "Competing with Manchester United and Chelsea is very difficult," he said. "I am not a cry-baby but they have enough money to sign five £20m players and, if one or two of them doesn't succeed, they have three more. I can sign two of them and, if one doesn't succeed or I make a mistake with one, then you really notice it." "I have been given a tag that I do not deserve and is not true," Benítez added. "I keep saying so but it doesn't do any good. Last season we scored 119 goals – more than anyone else in England. Liverpool don't just hoof the ball, as I keep reading and hearing. We have produced some very good performances to get to two Champions League finals and a semi-final in the last four years. We are the best team in Europe over the last five years. "With our full team against Madrid in the second leg we showed that we are aggressive and ambitious. We went for them. We could have scored more, too. Liverpool are a good team – despite the fact that people have showed us a lack of respect during this tie. I reminded my players of what Boluda said and that reinforced the need to win." The Liverpool manager also paid tribute to his Spanish World Cup striker Fernando Torres, who played through an injury at Anfield and worked hard to score the opening goal. "I didn't want to push him considering we have the game with Manchester United at Old Trafford coming up and we have no choice but to win that to keep our chances of winning the league alive," he said. "However, he insisted and insisted and insisted on playing, he fought against the pain, he took injections, they almost had to plaster his ankle – and the miracle worked with the first goal. That's Torres for you: a real great." That bit's quite interesting.
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    Gillett and Hicks (ownership saga)

    I'm hoping the RBS get to know about this, and force their hand.
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    To every fucking twat...

    Snores and moans normally, like "why did you wake me up for, likes" Then rolls over and goes back to sleep. I thought that happened in every relationship, except those in those films, like? No. Oh, and our fan base at the moment is fucking atrocious, needs fucking sorted. Booing? We ain't Newcastle, FFS.
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    Don't shoot the messenger!

    shoot the runner
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    Dave U

    And bears do shit in the woods.
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    lawro says rafa to walk tomorrow

    hehe Christ on a bike mate take a valium, please.
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    lawro says rafa to walk tomorrow

    Guillem Balague Football Website | Benítez Rumour Not True 25/02/2009 Benítez Rumour Not True In the last few hours the site has been inundated with emails asking if I can shed any light on the rumour that Rafa Benítez is on the brink of being sacked by Liverpool Football Club this evening. There are reports that betting has been suspended on this particular market and the rumour that Benítez will be gone by the morning has spread like wildfire around the Liverpool supporters out here in Madrid and on the internet. If I am honst, I am not entirely comfortable indulging in these stories at the moment as there is so much mis-information being spread around that it is impossible to respond accurately to every single report or rumour. However, because of the number of people who are getting in touch with us today, I feel I should respond. I can say with absolute certainty, categorically, that Rafa Benítez will not be sacked as manager of Liverpool this evening and that these rumours are not true. At the moment, the situation is delicate - and there have been developments with regard to the ongoing contractual negotiations at Anfield – and this is something that we will discuss here, on the website, once the Real Madrid fixture has been concluded in a couple of weeks time.
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    New manager candidates...

    Do be quiet, he's done and said fuck all today. If Sky want to make a song and dance about it, we can't stop them. It's obviously a slow news day, and Sky are just cranking up their agenda against us...............but it's just massaging your ego.
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    lawro says rafa to walk tomorrow

    Put yer drum down for a tick.
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    New manager candidates...

    Wait until the end of the season before reserving judgement.
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    New manager candidates...

    Really are pathetic Sky........................
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    New manager candidates...

    Yeah, but ain't that the Manc backed sports programme's fault not Rafa's? Really, really forgot we had a game tonight.:whistle:
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    New manager candidates...

    And that's the problem in a nut shell. A new manager working under the conditions the current one does, can't see us getting a high profile manager with twit and twat in charge. No money to get new players, being told what to do.............can't see too many people being interested in it. Maybe Bruce Arena, him being American an all. The manager ain't taken us backwards, if you want to look at the league table, you will clearly see that we're second.
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    New manager candidates...

    I won't smugly celebrate mate. We've more important issues to sort out before getting rid of the manager. If we get rid of the manager, we've still got our current owners on board, which at this particular moment in time, getting rid of them is more important. So, why not do this poll once Rafa has gone, not before.
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    New manager candidates...

    "snivelling little apologist" :biggrin: I tell you what mate, it's very noticable that when people actually question you, it doesn't take much for you to start hurling insults around. Personnally, I see a good thing when I see one, and Rafa, with all his faults, is the right man for the club. One day, when Curbishley is running the club, I hope you can appreciate what we've lost.
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    New manager candidates...

    We have a very able manager, who to my common knowledge isn't going anywhere, so it's another pointless thread. Shall we have a poll about what colour Nando's hair will be in 2010? It's not childish, as you put it, it's just not relevant at the moment, unless of course, you have an agenda to get rid of Rafa.
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    New manager candidates...

    we'll see. whilst we're at it, anyone mentioned Curbishley.
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    New manager candidates...

    Rather than pouring petrol on the fire, why not concentrate on the big game tonight, and leave these silly little games until one day, Rafa does leave.
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    Klinsmann

    Definately.
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    Silva, Lennon, Modric...

    I can't believe we didn't go to Radio Rentals.:telloff:
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    Silva, Lennon, Modric...

    All are shite, with the exception of Silva. Next stick to whack Rafa with?
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