No need to pretend mate, they are doing ok. Your squad couldn't have given them such a tie as that just now thats for sureI'm not the one pretending my side are doing OK though, I'm under no illusion
Aye, you did it to yourselves.Made it far too difficult for ourselves but we're there and that's all that matters.
Same issue as first leg, played well and were better for a lot of it, just lack goals throughout the entire squad currently. Shame, but we all know that's what we're missing. Beating a team of Chelsea's quality is difficult when you don't have any real goalscorers.
Mignolet was also really good tonight. Looks like he's got the confidence back.
Aye, you did it to yourselves.
(wanted to use that smilie)
When you get Sturridge back and if he stays fit, I think you will have a stormer of a second half of the season. All you were missing was a real front man.
Shane remember that "In many ways... welcome home" post about Balotelli you put on TFF?
No need to pretend mate, they are doing ok. Your squad couldn't have given them such a tie as that just now thats for sure
Getting there, the second half of the season looks very promising.
If he wants....won't end well for him though.Ace. Carte Blanche for Kompany to kick him in the bollocks on Saturday then?
Where's the "welcome home" bit?!It should be documented in this forum.
In this crazy world we live in, someone you've never heard of or will probably never meet, feels, as a Liverpool fan, that its ok to write to you on an internet page to say welcome. But here I am, and there you are, somewhere, preparing for the Spurs game today.
But I'm writing this with real meaning when I say welcome, because you are now at a club that is different, and a club where the fans genuinely care about their team. Now I'm quite sure every fan of any team would say that, but at Liverpool, you're not just a player, you a Liverpool player and that means you're part of our family. You are now one of us, and you are now family (you're welcome round for tea anytime mate).
Welcome to a bond with a set of fans that will not just sing your name, but look out for you, welcome to a ground where the feeling is different, a sense of history, family and warmth, of times shared and where the outside world and press are invited in but never truly part of it, welcome to a place, a sense of place, a culture that sets us apart from the rest of them.
I've read about your upbringing, it must be very odd to have your everyday shared with millions, your history available for analysis and comment by strangers, and then to be called 'crazy' by these people who haven't a clue. They are the crazy folk, they are the ones who think its ok to write about other people as if they are professional pyschologists, mind readers and judges of character. Not you.
Well, welcome to a club that sets apart from that world. Liverpool is a club that does it differently, where the emotions are heartfelt not invented, the flags are fabric not plastic and the noise deafeningly sincere.
Liverpool's great players have all been special, and different and gifted and marvellous to watch, and all of them acknowledge the club has a special place in their hearts. You are brilliant at your job, wonderful to watch, and you arriving here has made a lot of people excited. You have the gift of creating emotion in men's hearts, that's the real meaning of football, and I hope I speak for all Liverpool fans when I say, have the best time of your life here, have a great career and score lots of goals sure, but really, truly, have a great life whilst at our club."
They did everything but and had it been anyone but the mighty Courtois in goal (what a keeper he truly is), then they definitely would have had at least a couple in both games.I knew I was being generous saying Liverpool would score
They did everything but and had it been anyone but the mighty Courtois in goal (what a keeper he truly is), then they definitely would have had at least a couple in both games.
Delighted with the performances, and it shows that Liverpool despite not being able to get the players the other big four teams can, can still be very competitive and challenge the others.
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Diego celebrating with the Liverpool fans behind the goal. Detestable.
Where's the "welcome home" bit?!
Absolutely top class Liverfoolery though.
He's like Suarez but just not as good at football. Everyone hates him other than his clubs supporters. A little bit like Terry....and errr Mourinho.I'd love a Costa in our side, for both the scoring & shithousery.
Misses the Man City game as well.Sky reporting that he's been charged for the stamp on Can
Sky reporting that he's been charged for the stamp on Can
Of course, he's fantastic but a dick. Went too far last night but nice to see aggression.I'd love a Costa in our side, for both the scoring & shithousery.