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  1. Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has admitted he would one day like to appear on Dancing On Ice. When asked how he had settled into life on Merseyside the 24-year-old said he enjoyed English TV and that the ITV show is "very artistic and elegant to watch. One day perhaps you may see me on the programme too". (Daily Star)
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    The bullying on here lately

    I'd like a damn good thrashing. Herrah!
  3. Can anyone put a fruit pastle in their mouth without chewing?
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    Ryan Giggs: Footballer of the year

    Sky, in many guises, have been plugging this for days. Can't actually see why, meself, probably a "lifetime achievement" type of thing. There are better players in the premier league than Giggs right now, a fucking disgrace if it happens.
  5. ;) No probs mate, no offence taken.
  6. Luton is a shite hole. End of, luckily I don't live there. Apparently I sound like a cock-knee, but I normally only sing the songs, and don't shout abuse, etc, so that know one knows I'm a cock-knee.;)
  7. Many years ago, I was a trainee with Luton, the days of the plastic pitch, etc, etc, and I used to get free tickets to games. Liverpool were by far the and away the best team to play there. Fell in love with Rushy, Molby, et al, ain't looked back since. There's been lots of bad times, but just recently more good times. Unluckily for me, our 19 year "itch" started around the time I started supporting us, so times have been hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world.
  8. Tough, doo-doo's, cos this southerner gets upto Annie 15+ times a year, and I ain't gonna support my local team, cos it's either Luton or Stevenage. Would you Adam and Eve it.;)
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    Valentines day tips

    strawberry cheesecake her............................;)
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    Marlon King

    what the hull was he thinking. fool.
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    David Villa

    I doubt it. The phrase "pot to piss in" is very apt for us at present. Would be made up if true.
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    Luton snow

    Bonus today, was that I got to do handbrake turns in the carpark at work this morning. Sweet.
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    Keane/Redknapp

    That's put the Keane rumours to bed then............................hmmmmmmmmm Some quotes from Rafa's press conference Tottenham anger Liverpool in Keane saga - Premier League, Football - The Independent Tottenham anger Liverpool in Keane saga By Paul Walker, PA Friday, 30 January 2009 Rafael Benitez has confirmed Liverpool have told Tottenham they are unhappy with their conduct in the Robbie Keane saga. The Anfield chief believes Spurs boss Harry Redknapp's claims that he would like Keane at his club could constitute an illegal approach. Liverpool have not officially reported the north London outfit to the Premier League, but Benitez has not ruled out doing so. He said: "We have not decided yet whether we will take this further, it depends on their response." Liverpool are particularly unhappy because of Spurs' complaints about the Reds' conduct when Keane moved to Anfield for £20m last summer. That situation was only smoothed over when Liverpool apologised and made a donation to a charity of Tottenham's choice. The capital club did make contact with Liverpool on Thursday, but Benitez said: "We have said to Spurs that we are not happy with them because of the comments from their manager about Robbie Keane. "I do not think that they have come in with an offer. He has been training this week very well, he is our player and he is trying to make sure he is ready for the next match. "I think he is a long-term part of our plans, I hope he scores a lot of goals." Benitez added: "We are not happy with Spurs. We have told them we were not happy with their manager's comments in his press conference about Robbie. "We were very, very correct when we signed Robbie even though Spurs were complaining. Now we have this situation to deal with. "But Robbie has been fine. Spurs wanted the player but they had to do things properly. "They have to make an official offer and we will say yes or no. You must do things properly, especially when you have complained about everybody when he first joined us." Keane was dropped by Liverpool for last weekend's FA Cup tie against Everton, but returned to the squad at Wigan on Wednesday where he was a late substitute for Steven Gerrard. The Republic of Ireland captain will be in the squad for Sunday's home match against title rivals Chelsea.
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    Keane/Redknapp

    Yeah, but imagine how funny that would be.
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    Keane/Redknapp

    Yup, nothing wrong with what he's said. 'Arry's talked about nearly every player this transfer window, and once again, Rafa's just saying what other managers daren't. Spurs complained about us, we'll complain about them. Seige mentality.
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    Keane/Redknapp

    But he does.
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    For a winger yes. Can't pass, or cross, but is as fast as. No thanks.
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    Gillett and Hicks (ownership saga)

    More Hicks spin? American billionaire back in for Liverpool by John Harkin. Published Wed 28 Jan 2009 10:11, Last updated: 28 Jan 2009 American billionaire Robert Kraft has renewed his interest in buying a stake in Liverpool. Kraft was strongly linked to buy the Reds before the club was taken over by current owners George Gillett and Tom Hicks for £470 million in 2007. With Liverpool's owners at war, Kraft is said to be close to making a £270 million offer for Gillet's share in the company after Kuwaiti tycoon Nasser Al-Kharafi cooled his interest. A source close to Kraft confirmed: "Robert has always been interested in Liverpool. "He came very close to securing a deal before Tom Hicks and George Gillet bought the club. "He is still in contact with David Moores and he's well aware that George wants out. "Liverpool is a fantastic brand and a great franchise for any businessman. "He already owns a string of sports teams in the States, but Robert knows it would be nothing like Liverpool. "It's such a passionate club and it's fans are probably the most loyal in the world. "He briefly enquired last year, but when DIC came in with an offer they blew him out of the water. "But things are different now and he thinks now would be the best time to act. "He's already spoken to the current owners about the possibility of getting on board and will probably make an offer in the next few weeks." Liverpool fans are sure to be hopeful of a change from current ownership as the club have been beset by financial headaches since David Moores sold his shares in 2007. Despite splashing out £20 million on forward Robbie Keane in the summer, manager Rafe Benitez was left fuming when an £18 million deal for Aston Villa captain Gareth Barry was cancelled by the board, citing the transfer "wasn't value for money". And contract talks with Benitez have recently broken down after the Americans refused to grant the manager full control in the transfer market. It is thought Kraft is keen on Benitez to remain at the helm should he purchase a stake in the club. *Robert Kraft is the Founder, Chairman & CEO of The Kraft Group but is best known as owner of American football team New England Patriots and Major League Soccer's New England Revolution. Speaking about Liverpool in 2005, Kraft said: ""Liverpool is a great brand and it's something our family respects a lot. "We're always interested in opportunities and growing, so you never know what can happen." American billionaire back in for Liverpool - Liverpool - Sport - Click Liverpool
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    altenatively clone Gerrard, drop Kirky, Keep Stevie 1 behind Nando's, and play Stevie 2 on the right. sorted. anyone got a cloning kit?
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    Owen and Keane Swap Deal

    Make it Cola Bottles, and consider it a deal.;)
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    Owen and Keane Swap Deal

    Thanks Mulder.
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