- For the last couple of days, there's a few story on Liverpool ... which I cautiously read it through without a wink of desperation nor hope but simply an entertaining piece of reporting. One of it is regarding a supposedly-Kuwait sheikh who will be buying over LFC from the USA donkeys... and today I read, the sheikh denied it. No, it's not the end of the story as yet... as we know very well that you can deny it today, close the deal tomorrow and it's still consider an effective business (I was referring to Real Madrid).
- The other story is Jermain Pennant's rant towards Rafa. It seems the bad blood between him and the gaffer has reached a point of no return. If it's so, Mr Pennant - please leave. We, the fans not really into supporting one single player but more to the team as a whole. You alone doesn't constitute the correct definition of `a team' when you act not in accordance with the team ethics. Why he didn't make the Pompey move permanent is obvious. He wants to do the Bosman and ensure that LFC won't get any money out of it. He thinks it is weird that he is offered to join Real Madrid but still can't get a game with LFC. In a club such as LFC, it's not skills only that matters but the whole package. If you don't behave professionally, well...
- Tonight's derby. Probably Moyes will use the same team that stopped Liverpool's advancement in the premier league last week. This simply because all his out-&-out strikers are still injured. It must be comforting for him that, regardless of the short-handed, having a superb midfielder like Tim Cahill can always change the game's landscape.
Liverpool, I hope will retain Torres as the main striker, Kuyt on the right, Gerrard as supporting and Keane on the bench.
The possibility of Everton scoring is always there. Because this is not a lousy team totally. It is important that Liverpool will be able to stop them from winning. Provided Torres don't missed his chances like last week.