29 December 2012

LFC vs QPR 11.55pm 30 Dec 2012

Dec 10, 2011, a year ago when QPR were beaten by Luis Suarez's header at Anfield, Liverpool.

  1. One thing for sure, I am pretty excited about this match because it brings back sweet memory of my second visit to Anfield, exactly a year ago to watch the match against QPR. We won 1-0, thanks to Suarez's header in the second half.

24 December 2012

Liverpool 4 - Fulham 0 (I missed it. Exhausted to the max!)

The wanna-be Malaysian squad of `Senior 2' who went against all expectation and tremendous odds to make it through to the finals of Piala Ketua Pengarang Kumpulan Utusan held at Pulapol, Jalan Semarak on Dec 22, 2012.

  1. WHEN I missed a Liverpool FC’s match, it is due to the non-existence of any satellite broadcast (I missed 4 weeks of matches while I was in the USA last month) or if I’m on the road, which was seldom in a given season (I usually arranged my travel in accordance with the match schedule).

20 December 2012

LFC fans: Don't forget Fabio Borini!

Fabio Borini is scheduled to be back in training on Dec 26.
  1. It has been a roller-coaster ride for many of us the Liverpool FC fans all around the globe. At the moment, the feeling that lingers in our spine is the feel of horror, downhill, steep.
  2. In the news today, we see good news and weird news. The good news is that Raheem Sterling, 18, was reported to have agreed a 5-year contract extension with the club. However, at this time of blogging, LFC has yet to announce it on its official website. Let’s just hope it goes through.

18 December 2012

LFC must utilized the young guns

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Rodgers: Liverpool will look to add but won't spend big in January

  1. For years, the issue of ‘insufficient money’ to buy new players has been serenading Anfield. And we thought the arrival of the new owner would change that. At first, that was the picture. Kenny Dalglish managed to spend three digits number to win the club the Carling Cup last season before been replaced in the summer by Brendan Rodgers.

17 December 2012

What a TRUE LFC fans should do now...

AES drone. I just want to ensure that all the Liverpool fans to stay alert from the negative news emaninating from the lousy news drone.

1. As expected, the lost to Aston Villa has become the biggest point for everybody to poke a fun at Liverpool FC, and of course belittling Brendan Rodgers tactics. The criticism came in multitude ways, even among the so-called faithful. Both the squad and the manager have been branded `false dawn’ and many more. I just couldn’t write all the negativity headlines here. Too distraught to even read the whole article, to say the least.

16 December 2012

Stunned by Aston Villa. Pathetic.

Luis Suarez (R) challenges Aston Villa's goalkeeper, Brad Guzan in the English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England December 15, 2012. - REUTERS

  1. I seems to have that strange urge not to write a pre-match write-up for the Aston Villa match. I don't know why. While my heart says there is a good momentum by the Liverpool squad at the moment to win and climb the chart, the last few matches was scrappy to say the least. The win against West Ham was a nervy and unnecessary, in terms of the goal margin. Last night, all the system went haywired. Kaput.

12 December 2012

Daniel Sturridge, Thomas Ince? Really? Seriously?

what the...?

Liverpool will unveil a new £18million strike force in January after taking significant steps to securing deals for Daniel Sturridge and Thomas Ince.

11 December 2012

Stevie G's first own goal. NOT A PROBLEM AT ALL!!...

Steven Gerrard reacts after scoring an own goal during their English Premier League soccer match against West Ham at Upton Park in London December 9, 2012. - REUTERS

I'm not sure if any of us would be bothered about this calamity. But it was once in a blue moon for our dear captain. After all, we have won the match. Let bygone be bygone. 

10 December 2012

The emergence of Jordan Henderson's influence (West Ham 2 - Liverpool 3)

West Ham United's goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen fails to stop a goal by Liverpool's Glen Johnson (not pictured) during their English Premier League soccer match at Upton Park in London December 9, 2012. - REUTERS

Liverpool's manager, Brendan Rodgers spoke fondly of Jonjo Shelvey who was pushed to a more attacking role from his normal position in midfield, and of course, the 20-year-old rewarded the gamble with a fine performance.

09 December 2012

The pathetic world of Michael Owen

Oooppss...My leg did it again... Michael 'Britney Spears' Owen

  1. I'm pretty sure by now, all of you my fellow Liverpool fans have had read the news article on Michael Owen who blamed the club for his injury-laden career. He used the word 'mismanagement'. Sounds so weird, isn't it? If it's not, you should considered yourself outright `insulted' by such a remark from this former-darlings of Anfield and England.

08 December 2012

Luis Suarez or Spider-man?

After beating Udinese, let's do West Ham Sunday 11.55pm

Hendo and Shelvey were excellent in the match against Udinese last Friday. - AFP

Udinese's veteran striker, Antonio Di Natale almost executed a sucker punch to the advancement of Liverpool FC in the Europa Cup last Friday (Malaysian time). For most of the time, Udinese were subdued with LFC controlling the ball for almost 69% of the time. Yet the Italian managed to put on a scare when ever they managed to get into our penalty box.

04 December 2012

MUFC to bid for Raheem Sterling? Stupid news!

Raheem Sterling

Manchester United are reportedly considering a shock swoop for Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling.

The absurd story above was published on Dec 3. I'm will not named the news portal. They have to pay me to advertise their names here in my LFC blog. But as I have stated, it is `absurd' and `stupid', though in the same breath, no one could stop it from happening if the money is good. We never thought Fernando Torres would be sold to Chelsea but for a £50 million, some would sold their mom's to the devil...apparently!

28 November 2012

Hotspur vs LFC 3.40am 29 Nov 2012

Once in a while I may popped-up here, and I can't apologise every time I feel like to. Again blame it on the Facebook and Twitter. That's where you'll find me more active. For those who yet to know, in Twitter my account is @johardyibrahim and Facebook: /johardy.ibrahim

16 April 2012

Luis Suarez is here to stay

18 March FA Cup Quarter Final vs Stoke City. He jumped. (AFP Photo)

If not annoyed, I have to force myself to smirk reading the silly news report: ``Luis Suarez snub the big move to join Paris St. Germain in the summer''. There wasn't any contact (official or not) between the French club with LFC to make this news a really serious issue. Even if there is a secret meeting between the PSG's broker with Suarez's agent, suffice to say... it's all bullshit. 

15 April 2012

Andy Carroll : Vindicated?

Liverpool's Andy Carroll, left, competes with Everton's Sylvain Distin during their English FA Cup semifinal soccer match at Wembley Stadium in London, Saturday, April 14, 2012. (AP Photo) 

A day after the sacking of Damien Comolli, we thought there would be some serious house cleaning is on the way in the Liverpool FC. After all, many of dissatisfied and short-of-patience-fans have voiced their anger towards the players that were categorised as sub-standard and most damning, acquired under the directorship of Mr Comolli.

One particular player that is under intense-scrutiny is none other that our £35 million striker, Andy Carroll.

07 April 2012

Introducing LFC's Brazilian goalie: Alexander Doni

Alexander Doni would be able to prove his talent in the absence of Pepe Reina who is sitting out due to his red card in the Newcastle match last week.

IT may sound a bit weird, if not creepy that as I am preparing to update this blog, the song that appeared on my computer is Dust In The Wind by the Scorpions. You might want to hear this lovely song yourself (click the title above) and listen to the lyrics. Somehow it has similarity to the state of shock we are enduring this last three months and was worsened in the last a couple of weeks.

02 April 2012

Newcastle were a better team

I don't have much to write. I don't think I could write anything. Too much pain. Liverpool FC lost 0-2 to Newcastle and Pepe Reina was red-carded for headbutting. That's it.

30 March 2012

Raheem Sterling's enigma

Raheem Sterling must not be ask to wait for too long. (Photo REUTERS)

I'm sure many of you could remember vividly how great was the reception given to Kenny Dalglish when he first introduced a batch of young players into the squad, especially those who were trained with the Liverpool FC Academy.

This was on the back of some serious criticism towards the former manager who seems to neglect the pool of talents we have at our own academy, yet daringly acquiring some foreign players who were evidently remembered more as `expensive' rather than `successful'. 

29 March 2012

LFC Tour USA. Let's go there!

Liverpool FC will take part in a showpiece game against AS Roma at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, as part of the ballpark's 100th anniversary this summer.

The match against the Italian giants will take place in July 25 and will form part of Liverpool FC's North American pre-season tour presented by Standard Chartered Bank.

28 March 2012

Is Safee Sali distracted?

Proud moment for our Malaysian striker when he joined  Pelita Jaya, an Indonesian football club.

The one that we dreaded so much, seems inevitable for Safee Sali or any football star for that matter, where ever in the world. Probably many of you, like me were taken aback with the news report today of Safee's problem in his marriage life. This is not a gossip article I'm writing now. It's just a deep sympathy for Safee. This is the kind of issues many of us have been dreading for Safee to get entangled with.

25 March 2012

LFC fans cannot ask questions?

Another headache as Anfield fortress is no fortress anymore as Liverpool registered their second defeat , to a relegation candidate Wigan FC on 24 March 2012. - AP

"If you can't support us in times of losing, you better go to another team...". That was Bill Shankly's word and quoted by many of LFC fans when ever there are among us deemed to be too critical or lambasting the squad, and easily labelled as an act of blasphemy.

23 March 2012

Did LFC slept in the last 20mins vs QPR?

MOST of the time, it was Liverpool FC would be the one who came back from the dead and win the match as dramatic as Queens Park Rangers did onto us last night. That's why we can't be envious if the match would be talked and bragged by the QPR's fans for many moons to come. In fact, the Malaysian owner of QPR has been busy re tweeting hundreds of tweets regarding the famous win. No problem on that aspect, the winner takes it all. The losers, stand to be corrected as there are many questions arose from this embarrassing defeat.

21 March 2012

Mr & Mrs Han of Singapore LFC-theme wedding AWESOME!

I found this video while reading The Daily Mail and I find it so lovely that I feel so keen to share it with all of you in my blog. In fact, the video should be a good motivation for those who yet to tie the knot. It would be awesome because the guests, families and friends sang the club anthem You'll Never Walk Alone in one voice.

Djibril Cisse is still loved by LFC

One of the best No.9 we had during the Rafalution era. (Picture taken from the Internet)

Ain't that sweet? Reading Cisse's statement on his stay in Liverpool. And the fact that he will be facing his former team tomorrow (4am Malaysia time) is one of the interesting motivation for me to wake up at the dead of the night, aside than ensuring another win for LFC after a good run in the last couple of matches.

20 March 2012

LFC to dethroned the Queen Park Rangers

The winning goal headed in beautifully by Luis Suarez in the LFC vs Queen Park Rangers match at Anfield in December 2011.
It would be another awkward timing to watch the LFC match vs Queen Park Rangers for many of us in Asia in general and in Malaysia specifically, that the game would start at 4am on Thursday. But we have never complaint nor we want to miss any of the matches played at this crazy hour. Since my working hour is considered odd, I shall be on leave on Thursday. So that's it. Rearrange your life schedule to accommodate LFC. 

19 March 2012

Andy Carroll switch to fullback?

Andy Carroll knew he failed to block Peter Crouch, even though the corner kick was illegitimate in the first place.  

WHILE many of you would like to praise the magnificent goals by Luis Suarez and long-awaited miracle by Stewart Downing, I would like to focus on one small size midfielder of ours, one Mr Jay Spearing. He has dramatically improved in the last few games especially in the Everton match and most intriguingly, in the last night's  match against Stoke City. 

Jay Spearing is my MAN OF THE MATCH.

16 March 2012

Ain't no mountain high enough for LFC

The Athletico Bilbao players celebrating their triumph on Manchester United with their home ground  fans. - AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Before I dosed-off at 2.30am last night, I read a few tweets stating "Fernando Llorentes scored 1 - 0 MUFC''.  And this morning, I look up for the FT result and of course, there is no way for MUFC to do the turn-around miracle ala Chelsea the previous night. For many of us the Liverpool FC fans, we salute Bilbao for their strong performances both in their own stadium and at the Old Trafford. We also remember that Bilbao's fans sang our anthem YNWA during their visit to Manchester's ultra-modern stadium. No problem amigos. Anything you need to mock our nemesis, just do it. FOC!

15 March 2012

LFC big win against Everton, but not Sunderland?

A pregnant Stevie Gerrard with his triplets against Everton 13 March 2012.

YES, the title of this article would be anti-climax. Everybody seems to prefer enjoying the win and the fact that our Captain Steven Gerrard has showed he is now fully fit with that beautifully taken-hat trick in the derby match against the small club. Of course, the win is vital to salvage some points left as the target for the Top Four lies on the luck of other clubs to falter in the next 9 matches. That would need a combination of luck, prayers and LFC must win ALL the remaining games. And not only that, the win against Everton is utterly important to boost the players morale after three straight loses in the Premier League matches.

12 March 2012

Luis Suarez is not walking alone

Luis Suarez is down but the fans won't let him drown. (Photo AFP)
How many of you really believed that Luis Suarez is about to walk away from Anfield this summer? How many of you wants him to leave? Why must he leave? Isn't he is still our idol in the current flip flop squad? Was it because of Glen Johnson perfect timing to prolonged the racist's issue now? All these questions are legit and there is a strong indication on the horizon why Suarez wouldn't care much if he is to move on to another country, as England seems to reject him outright.

11 March 2012

3 defeats in a row, WHAT NOW?

The fans are demanding an explanation from the King for the poor, poor performance against Sunderland.

LAST week, we take heart of the way the squad lost to a sucker goal from van Persie. It was simply that the game was so entertaining and Liverpool players were trying their hardest to attack, attack and attack. So when the result didn't side to us, majority of us still can find the solace to accept the result, how bitter it could be. At least, we lost the game with a real fight.

But how do you summarised the game against Sunderland last night? Why did the game felt so hurting and frustrating?

05 March 2012

Was it due to `luck' that LFC failed to score?

Robin van Persie does look good in orange. His recent fine form, ensures him a status  of `saviour' for Arsene Wenger.

Yes, any defeat is a pain in the heart. This is felt especially when your team controlled the game, had one too many near-goal chances, denied by the brilliant opposition goalie and a missed penalty. Add all this up, it is a formula for distressed. So we lost to Arsenal 1-2 at Anfield. Some said there goes our Fourth placing. I'd asked them, since when the slots were confirmed in March?

01 March 2012

Liverpool vs ‘Malaysia’?

You CAN touch this!

"ADA dua tiket ke perlawanan akhir Carling Cup di Wembley. Untuk anda!’’ Mesej dari seorang sahabat yang membuat hati berbunga-bunga.
Namun, bunga itu rupanya ditanam di taman larangan. Tiket masuk stadium sudah dapat tetapi bagaimana pula tiket penerbangan?
Setelah memikirkan dengan serius selama lima minit dan 21 saat, saya terpaksa melupakan hasrat untuk menonton perlawanan akhir antara Liverpool FC menentang Cardiff City yang berlangsung tengah malam ini.

27 February 2012

LFC won the Carling Cup 2012

That little man in the middle will feature in the Liverpool FC squad in less than 5 years. - Reuters

Was it entertaining to the highest degree? May be. Perhaps because the match had to be settled via penalty shoot-out. Or was it the score line shows as if Cardiff is a force to be reckoned with, soon to be enlisted in the Premier League? Or did the match only show how fragile we are when ever we play "smaller teams''. No offence but on the way to final, Liverpool beat Manchester City, a really really BIG MONEY team!
My summary would be simple. Cardiff City did a really good job in studying the earlier matches where teams such as Swansea, Stoke and 7 more clubs managed to stop Liverpool from free-scoring. How did they do this? Parked a double-decker in front of the goal post. Then strike on a measured counter-attacked. If you read the match statistic, Cardiff's player did very well in achieving the target of this hideous football tactic. 

24 February 2012

Steven Gerrard's appetite for Cardiff destruction

Gerrard is mocking Craig Bellamy's fight club gesture? - Photo AFP

Just now I saw the memorable photo of Gerrard in 2003. A bit thin and that military hair style back then, really bolster his menacing look. Nine years later, this captain of ours has matured but if any of our nemesis thought that he has become mellowed, they are dead wrong. He still deadly as he was in 2003, and the most important of all, he still has that huge appetite for destruction. That's why I think the final game of the Carling Cup this Sunday is not so much on Craig Bellamy or Luis Suarez but our mercurial captain.

20 February 2012

Rest assure Suarez of LFC's loyalty

Brighton & Hove Albion goalkeeper Peter Brezovan, second right, saves a penalty from Liverpool's Luis Suarez, second left, during the English FA Cup fifth round match at Anfield, Liverpool, England, Sunday Feb. 19, 2012. (AP Photo)

WHEN asked by the reporters after the match, Kenny Dalglish nonchalantly replied that he picked Luis Suarez to kick the penalty shot ''due to sentiments''. As we all know, Suarez squandered the chance and somehow made the Brighton goalie, Mr Brezovan something to smile even though the loss was 6-1 and 3 of it was registered in the History Channel as OWN GOALS.

Sentiments or not, we can appreciate what is Dalglish trying to do for Suarez. In my spontaneous tweet, I wrote : ``When Kenny Dalglish signalled for @luis16suarez to take the penalty, that is also a signal The King is protecting his LFC knight of Uruguay'' (follow me at @johardyibrahim). 

19 February 2012

Jonjo Shelvey must start against Brighton

Liverpool's English midfielder Jonjo Shelvey (L) scores next to his teammate English midfielder Steven Gerrard (C) during the FA Cup football match between Liverpool and Oldham Athletic at Anfield in Liverpool, north-west England, on January 6, 2012. Liverpool won the match 5-1. - AFP

Brighton beat Liverpool at Anfield in the FA Cup in 1983 and drew there in 1991. It wouldn’t be too hard to imagine the ninth-place Championship side to knock off the seventh-place EPL team, but while this game should be close, the best they will likely do will be a draw.
Those possibilities would be materialised, if and when the Liverpool FC played as lousy as they did in the match against Manchester United last week. 

09 February 2012

Fabio Capello resigned in the name of John Terry

Fabio Capello with his adopted son. - REUTERS

I must say it is a bit weird that Fabio Capello resigned as manager of England on Wednesday following the Football Association’s decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy. The Italian ego must be as huge as the Costa Concordia ship that eventually capsized at Giglio island.

08 February 2012


Wayne Rooney had to dig deep to find his lonely tune.

We know now that Wayne Rooney watch our game intensely, as he seems to be very interested to comment on Luis Suarez. Together with another scum, Gary Neville, both of them gave their 2 cents thoughts that is tantamount to prejudice and inciting the FA to take action on Suarez, albeit belatedly. 

06 February 2012

Luis Suarez to start against Spurs

Luis Suarez himself doesn't know when would Dalglish play him in the match against Tottenham Hotspur at 4am Malaysia time 7 February 2012. 

It's 8pm now.  About 8 hours to go before the dawn match against Tottenham Hotspur to start at 4 am Malaysia time. It's just about to day light in UK, snowy I supposed. Hopefully in Liverpool, the weather is not that bad, because we really don't want the game to be postponed.

05 February 2012

Facebook bernilai RM300 bilion Oleh Johardy Ibrahim Mingguan Malaysia 5 Februari 2012

Mark Zuckerberg - Photo REUTERS

TIDAK pasti bagaimana anda rasa mengenai penggunaan Facebook sejak perubahan dibuat, saya secara peribadi merasakan perubahan (misalnya Timeline) telah ‘membina jurang’.
Pada paparan dinding akaun anda, ia hanya menunjukkan rakan-rakan yang kerap berhubungan atau mengepos pernyataan yang sama tajuk.
Jadi sekiranya anda lebih 1,000 rakan, kadar kebarangkalian untuk 30 peratus daripada mereka terlepas pandang kepada pernyataan kita adalah tinggi. Atas sebab itu, bilangan yang menekan like dan memberi reaksi, kelihatan menyusut berbanding tahun lalu. Apa erti mengepos pernyataan jika tidak dibaca oleh rakan-rakan?
Namun apa pun rungutan kita, Facebook memiliki alasan khusus membuat perubahan seumpamanya. Perubahan yang dibuat ini adalah antara senarai utama kritikan terhadap Facebook.

Safee Sali : PSSI ordered to stop breakaway league

Safee Sali had a long hair when he was the in the heavy metal band in Sarawak.

KUALA LUMPUR 5 Feb. : Asian football's governing body has said Indonesia must put a stop to a breakaway league by March 22 or face suspension from world football, an official said Sunday.
Indonesian football was plunged into disarray in November when the breakaway league, Liga Super, was revived, triggering a row with the official Liga Prima.
Alex Soosay, general secretary of the Malaysian-headquartered Asian Football Confederation (AFC), said the sport's world governing body FIFA had given Indonesia's football association until March 22 "to put their house in order."

Safee Sali :Even Indonesia's naturalized players are worried

Victor Chukwuekezie Igbonefo, born & bred in Nigeria, now  a citizen of Indonesia.
Many of us Malaysian don't really understand what is actually happening in the football arena in Indonesia. I have no intention to meddle in the issue what so ever. But since the weird fiasco involved our striker, Safee Sali who against all the advises and criticism chose Pelita Jaya even though the league is banned by the world football governing body FIFA, I feel there is an urgent need for us to learn a bit more. 
Yesterday (Saturday), I found this article in the Jakarta Post. Highlighting the concerned of an African player who made a massive decision of his life by switching his Nigerian citizenship and become an Indonesian.

03 February 2012

Has Safee Sali made a right decision to play in Indonesia?

The David Beckham of Malaysia?

For the last couple of days, Malaysia has been buzzing on Safee Sali's becoming the first Malaysian millionaire footballer, and also the other related issues: the FIFA's ban on Persatuan Sepak Bola Seluruh Indonesia (PSSI)  that some parties, in particular our own FAM (Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia) seems prefer not to take the issue seriously enough.

To refresh our memory, let me take you into the historical fact that made PSSI in such a quandary state. Like in any other country, including our dearest Malaysia, having a seat in the football board is very much similar to contesting for public office. Many wants it. It spells power. And wealth. Personally, I don't mind if the football association is handled by former players or some one that has massive experience in world of football. Since I am writing on PSSI, do not think I am excluding FAM in this subject. We're talking about football's politic. We saw with horror the havoc in the world governing body of FIFA when they sacked Mohamed bin Hammam. 

01 February 2012

Safee Sali: The 1st Malaysian Millionaire Footballer

Safee Sali with his No.10 jersey after signing contract for another 2 years for Indonesian club,  Pelita Jaya FC in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Wednesday. - fotoBERNAMA

PERSONALLY, I wasn't into domestic football as much as I was a decade ago or so. During my school days in Sarawak, I was a proud fan of the Ngap Sayot squad, led by the flamboyant coach, Awang Mahyan Awang Mohamad. Historically speaking, the Ngap Sayot era was a short one. 

It was between 1988 to 1990 but the legacy lingers in me and most of my generation. It was when you would come to the stadium as early as 4pm, when the matches only started at 8.45pm. So what do you do for 4 hours? Smoke the Indonesian cigarettes, Djarum Super til you lose your breath and drink as many alcohol you could consumed before entering the venue. By the time the game started, you're all fired up. Since it was a home match, the target for the worst explicit words were meant not only to the opposition team but also match official. Those were fun. Those were the glory days. I didn't replicate it when I was in Anfield, though. LOL

A breath of relief to beat Wolves

what A RELIEF! and oh what a FEELING! It as if Andy Carroll needed to  be `threaten' to get a sack for him to score.

All the fear was swiftly put aside with that brilliant performances by the Liverpool FC squad in securing the much-wanted 3 points against Wolverhampton Wanderers last night. There were no hangover, no deja vu, no stupid after-the-big-match-must-lose syndrome. In fact, what's on show was completely opposite. It was a continuity from the crazee double whammy against the two Manchester team last week as the three goal proves. 

31 January 2012

Craig Bellamy is LFC's man of the hour

Craig Bellamy to prove he is our man of the hour. - REUTERS

Liverpool FC have won just one of the last six in the Barclays Premier League and away from Anfield taken maximum points in just one of the last five. What a sickening stats, if you ask me. What made it worst, the failure to register a winning game came in the matches against the supposedly easy to win. It may sounds arrogant but hey, we just defeated Manchester City and Manchester United last week, how in the hell we failed to beat Bolton Wanderers and oh... all the bottom clubs. 

30 January 2012

Manchester United just don't get it. We, LFC only hate Mancs !

T-shirts claiming Liverpool fans aren't racist is seen at a stall near to the stadium ahead of the English FA Cup fourth round football match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield in Liverpool, north-west England on January 28, 2012. Photo: AFP
TWO massive matches in two different competition and all went well for Liverpool FC. Unfortunately for me, last week I had an infection on my tonsil, thus making me unable to do much, aside than swallowing about 1000 grams of antibiotic into my body system. We are experiencing some hot weather here in Malaysia and since my soul is half located in Liverpool, the winter in me simply couldn't cope with the hot tropical day. Obviously, when on medication, switching on the laptop was not in my top priority. That's the reason why I didn't update my blog during the brilliant and humongous win against Manchester City and Manchester United. Damned, what a week it was!



The GOLDEN Team of Kenny Daglish

The GOLDEN Team of Kenny Daglish
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