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  1. Yorkshire Blue

    Liverpool to stop living in the past

    Carragher tells fans to forget Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness, Billy Liddell, Roger Hunt, Andy Harris and Keggy Keggle and to embrace mediocrity.

    Dalglish Sacked by Liverpoo

    :hilarious: :hilarious:
  3. BrettieAngell

    Another one bites the dust.....

    Hodgson gone. Dalglish taking over for the rest of the season! http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/hodgson-leaves-liverpool-fc
  4. overseas shrimper

    Ronnie Whelan to replace Rafa at Liverpool.

    Listening to the podcast of Spoony's 606 this morning, a 'Pool fan phoned and said it is time for Rafa to go. He called on the club to appoint 'somebody from within... an ex-player or something.' The obvious name the caller first suggested was Dalglish. When Marcotti said that there's probably...
  5. off subject but most famous footballer met: name dropping moment

    Totally off whack but, come on, who is most famous footballer you have met? I would personally previously gone for either Trevor Brooking, Bobby Charlton or Chris Powell until tonight that is when I met a certain Kenny Dalglish. So, chance for all to, reveal all and tell who was most famous...
  6. Slipperduke

    Stick With Rafa

    (For a different paper this time, hence the shorter word count) Is the FA Cup important again? It's the only explanation for the sudden turnaround at Anfield. Like a battered wife, the Liverpool fans have taken one beating too many and they're rising up, teeth bared, against Rafa Benitez...
  7. Slipperduke

    City's Glaring Vie-error

    When Kenny Dalglish ruled the roost at Anfield, Liverpool were the dominant force in English football. He maintained their superiority during his tenure with a very simple transfer philosophy, and it's something that Manchester City would do well to emulate. 'Always be sure to sign better...
  8. Slipperduke

    Crisis Time, But Don't Sack Rafa

    Forget the Champions League. Forget the Europa League. Forget the FA Cup. For Liverpool, nothing now is more important than the Premier League. The very future of the football club depends on where they finish in the table in May. The crass stupidity of the leveraged buy-out that gave control...
  9. Slipperduke

    Who Should Replace Rafa?

    It's 6pm on Sunday evening in Merseyside. The last supporter trudges out of the Anfield turnstiles, his head hung low. Red scarves are left strewn amongst the litter in the aisles of the Kop. Somewhere outside you can hear the gleeful chorus of 'Glory, Glory Man United'. Liverpool have been...
  10. Slipperduke

    Liverpool Get Their Soul Back

    Never mind about the title, relish the fact that Liverpool have got their soul back. Competitions can come and go, but the spiritual identity of a football club is a rather more permanent prize. On Tuesday night at Anfield, Liverpool probably lost their grip on the title race, dropping two...
  11. Yorkshire Blue

    SZ's Southend United Hall of Fame - Alan Moody

    Next up for nomination is Alan Moody. The last two nominees, David Crown and Ricky Otto look unlikely to make it into the Hall of Fame (at least on the first ballot), probably because their glittering Southend career's were deemed too short. That is unlikely to keep Alan Moody out. In fact it...
  12. Slipperduke

    Rafa's Ridiculous Rant

    Eagle-eyed readers will know that I had Liverpool to beat Stoke 3-0 in my weekend predictions, a bold but fair shout given the collapse in form from Tony Pulis' side. What you won't know is that just three hours after filing that article, I was sat on my sofa watching Rafa Benitez's press...
  13. Leeboy

    Stan Collymore

  14. Slipperduke

    Slipperduke's Glamorous Assignment

    Liverpool’s senior side may not be performing as well as we all suspect they could, but Reds supporters can rest easy in the knowledge that the next generation are doing just fine. Liverpool’s reserve side dished out an emphatic 2-0 beating to Manchester United’s second string on Wednesday...
  15. Napster


    We get Van Wezel, QPR get Lakshi Mittal Lakshmi Mittal pushes QPR up the rich list By Kevin Garside Last Updated: 12:39am GMT 21/12/2007 Have your say Read comments Roman's is no longer the pre-eminent pocket in west London. In one cursory flourish of his platinum card, the world's...
  16. SUFC_Al

    They said what now?

    Good god what a slow morning, some of these made me laugh. "I've got all the passion, but no idea of tactics. I'd be like a black Kevin Keegan" - Ian Wright, when asked if he'd be interested in the England job. "I hear Glenn Hoddle has found God. That must have been one hell of a pass." - Bob...
  17. Ronnie Whelan

    This isn't a new story, but a good one that I heard yesterday about our erstwhile manager. Back in 1991, when Kenny Dalglish was leaving Liverpool, he had private meetings with senior players, such as Hansen, Whelan, Grobelaar and the like. The next day Alan Hansen spoke to Whelan, saying that...