12 December 2009

Against another odd... Arsenal

  1. Suffice to say, I dread to predict anything about this crunch match between Liverpool against Arsenal (scheduled 11.55pm Malaysian time). Both had a miserable week, albeit Arsenal merely suffered a lost where else Liverpool another pile of embarrassment before proceeding to the Europa Cup with that lousy lost against Fiorentina.

  2. According to the latest news reports, both of our main players : Gerrard and Torres will be fielded in this morale-salvaging game. This is a good news, especially when Arsenal is also facing some serious issues of injuries to their players. Their problem is our gain, I supposed.

  3. Some of you have written a very loud displeasure towards Rafa. I tried to be objective as long as I could and would only criticised him if I find the tactical game chosen or the player picked ahead of the regulars are not into our liking. Still, I don't see myself jumping into any of the `Rafa-haters' bandwagon nor would I suggest that Rafa should be removed, at this stage.

  4. Because at this point of time, we have to admit that we are in a storm. For which I prefer to carefully read the lyrics of our club anthem `You'll never walk alone'. Sing it!

When you walk
Through a storm
Hold your head, up high
And don't be afraid,
of the dark
'Coz at the end of the storm
Is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song
Of the lark

Walk on,
through the wind
Walk on,
through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed
And blown

Walk on, walk on
With hope,
in your heart
And you'll never walk alone

You'll never walk alone

Walk on, walk on
With hope in your hearts
You'll never walk, alone


Zed said...

Are Rafalogists still in denial mode?

Lets face it, against Arsenal, we were decent in the first half but very poor in the second half.

I wonder what excuses will Rafalogists come out with in defence of their "great" manager? Gerard's denied penalty? Johnson's own goal? Arshavin for scoring? or the post for not stopping the bll from going in?

Anonymous said...

If you're not doing the job for Liverpool Football Club, you should be forced to seek alternative employment. Liverpool Football Club are not succeeding, Rafael Benitez has had lots of money, lots of chances, made lots of mistakes and doesn't accept that he's made them. He's very fortunate that he's at such a badly run and chaotic football club as anywhere else he would have been shown the door by now



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