- I didn't watch the game. The mamak restaurant where I hanged around with my buddies had a funny story. The astro subscription apparently cut-off because the owner didn't pay for it. That's the reason the restaurant was empty, which to our benefit - we could chat and drink without the disturbance from the scums supporter's noise.
- So I had to rely on one of my colleague to text me on the updates. Then Kajang-Today also text me, but of course I couldn't update him more or less... simply because I wasn't watching. hahaha...
- So everybody who hates Manchester United must have felt let down by Aston Villa tonight. They have at one point leading 2-1 but ended up losing 2-3. I didn't watch but recalling what was the formation used by O'Neill during their demolition in the hands of Liverpool 2 weeks ago, I guessed O'Neill didn't know how to shut the game when they were leading.
- This so-called bright manager might have thought that to reformat his tactics from open play into a `load of bus parked' in front of the goal post is not football, so he be damned now. With your inferiority in terms of man-to-man quality player, there's no way Villa can match Manchester United. For every Ronaldo, you must have 2 defenders in front of him and another defender behind them two. That's the the only way to stop Ronaldo. They didn't. Ronaldo scored. Twice. Hell.
- Lets not ponder on Aston Villa failure to take the opportunity in the absence of Rooney and Vidic. After all, we're Liverpool fans. Villa's demised is not our concerned. Though if they won, not only they could give us some incentives but also, ratify their own position to overthrow Arsenal. All that are gone by now. What a waste.
- This game teach us one important issue. The reality is that : we're still behind Manchester United, regardless that we have beat them 4-1 at Old Trafford, regardless that Manchester United have lost back-to-back games at the hands of Fulham. Reality check now is that, the scum are 1 point better than us, still, and a game in hand. That's 4 points. Would Manchester United experienced another 2 back-to-back losses after this? I doubt so. And in my opinion, this is the agony of hoping for someone else to do the job for you. Most of the time, it would be like what Aston Villa did. Success only to deceive, failed to materialise.
- My own point is that it is crucial that Liverpool must concentrate in winning all the remaining games. The performances against Fulham must not be repeated. It takes too many a near-collapsed for the fans if Liverpool decided to win the match in the `masa kecederaan' or injury time for the 9th time. The crazy 3 games of beating Real Madrid, Manchester United and Aston Villa is supposed to be the new Liverpool ways of doing things correctly. Though, no matter how you win... in the end, a win is a win that translates to a full 3 pointers.
- I have trained myself to be an optimist. A positive person. I like to think in a way that would not discourage me in doing or even planning something big. I am optimist that Liverpool can win the league this season. But on the same breath also, I can be relaxed that if we failed to do so, it won't hurt me too much. Because aside from football, there are many other things that you must do to live your life to the fullest. hehehe... so if we're destined to sit on the 2nd spot, so be it. However, the struggle must not be ceased now. To overtake the scum at this point of juncture seems a mountain a bit to steep but find a rope, throw it upwards, who knows the rope would stuck onto a good tree or what ever and we'll be on top. So be positive guys!
06 April 2009
HOPELESS ASTON VILLA
This Aston DB9 is more reliable than Aston Villa to satisfy us...