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Liverpool Preview: Please Leave Him There?!?!


By Since66
April 21 2013

Prepare for a red-hot rocking atmosphere this afternoon at Anfield on the scale of the night in 2005, the night of the ‘ghost’ goal…. Spooky. Wherever The Kops love-fest for Fatty stands on the love-fest scale they will make sure their voices are heard to the current Rodgers crop of Red as they attempt to put one over their former boss and fallen former idol, Fernando Torres.

Chelsea on the other hand will say ‘hello’ to former Blues Danny Sturridge, Fabio Borini and Brendan Rodgers who once said when asked about ‘the Chelsea job,’ “I want to further my career, not stop it.”

This is a game Chelsea simply have to win to continue in the race for Champions League qualification and as for Fatty, he has to win simply to save his fat face from the fall-out following his pre-match rhetoric about his ‘love’ for Liverpool and ‘I want to go back there one-day’ blah, blah, blah.


Chelsea have lost on their last two visits to Anfield – 2-0 in November 2010 and last season 4-1, a few days after defeating Liverpool 2-1 in the FA Cup Final at Wembley.

Neither team report new injury worries.

Already out for Liverpool are Sterling, Kelly, Borini and Allen whereas Chelsea welcomed back to training this week Ashley Cole, Gary Cahill and Marko Marin.

Whether they start or are involved remains to be seen particularly as Fatty defended his selection policies this week as ‘Rotation is no Revolution.’

He said, “We talk about rotation policy like it is something strange. I can understand that years ago you wouldn’t hear too much about that, but when they talked about my rotation policy, Sir Alex Ferguson was rotating more players than me.

“In a top side, you have to change players because two games a week is not easy (It was three before?!?!... Ed.) You change one player, you change the team. I changed the team 99 times and people were talking about that and Ferguson was doing it more, 119 times.

“Jose Mourinho too, doing the same, because they were top teams playing two games a week.

“Everybody was rotating players.”

In the week that Liverpool remembered the Hillsborough disaster 24 years ago, there will be a minute’s applause of appreciation for Anne Williams, a tireless campaigner for justice for the victims of Hillsborough, who passed away from cancer and who suffered herself when her 15 year old son Kevin died supporting the team he loved.


Anne Williams RIP




COMING UP: FA Youth Cup Final 1st Leg v Norwich City (a), Monday 29th April 2013.






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Liverpool Preview: Please Leave Him There?!?!
Discussion started by 50 Years Over 100 Years , 21/04/2013 10:14
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21/04/2013 10:35
Thinking there was no club in london with scummier fans than millwall then with this article you prove me wrong again. Thanks for that.

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