15 June 2010

Yossi Benayoun is joining Chelsea

According to news reports, which I tend to believe is genuine - Yossi has decided to depart and join Chelsea, for money and glory. We wish him luck and may his butt won't get stiff with all the many hours he will be spending on the bench.

Yes, we the Liverpool fans find this news as disheartening to the most. It's inevitable. We lost the chances to play in the Champions League. Sat awkwardly at no.7 and all the juices and the attraction for top players to join Liverpool are all but diminished now. Lets hope Torres will stay. hmm...

06 June 2010

Liverpool doesn't want Sven-Goran Eriksson

I don't know which one is funnier. Reading Sven-Goran Eriksson's `desire' to manage Liverpool or reading his past performances with England, Man.City and what ever nowadays. I say :



FORGET ABOUT IT! go elsewhere...

04 June 2010

Farewell Rafael Benitez, it was ISTANBUL!

What if Torres do the Titanic version? If Rafa jump, I jump...?????

  1. A football club such as Liverpool FC which is known as a stable club, in terms of management - having to see three managers come & go within this 2 decades, is acceptable. First it was Roy Evans who eventually lost out to Gerard Houllier, then Rafa in 2004. It's a good record, compare to Chelsea or Real Madrid or Japanese government.

  2. I will not write too much about him today since I'm not an advocate to his dismissal.

  3. The concerned now is who will take over from him? Apparently, one Mr Kenny Daglish has been appointed to oversee the candidates. So, I'm not at all that worried. Mr Daglish won't settled for a sissy to manage his beloved club.

  4. The next important question is what would be the reaction from the squad themselves? Would they be professional or would they also leave?

  5. For this, I yet to purchase the new LFC jersey with that particular bank's logo on the chest.



The GOLDEN Team of Kenny Daglish

The GOLDEN Team of Kenny Daglish
If we have them now, say farewell to Arsenal, Man.U and Chelsea... if...