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Ehm...would that be the same Portsmouth who have managed two points from their last nine league games and were put out the cup by Swansea? And even then Liverpool still shipped two goals to a team who have only scored four goals in those same last nine matches. Not really a ringing endorsement of their quality.
 
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yeah that might be a low point for Liverpool,
but we started with a team without Alonso, Riera, Gerrard, Kuyt, Torres who dominate the midfield and once Alonso, Kuyt and Torres came in, we had a bang.. This means our squad depth is not good. Moreover on Saturday, we played with a weird formation 3-6-1

Portsmouth is actually a "not bad" team. Tony Adams may not be the right person to be a manager there...
 
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Check out this link to know the comparison between Liverpool duo and Manu duo.. Worth reading

Liverpoolfc.tv
 
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In the post-match TV analysis it was all about how Liverpool will get 'nowhere near' the title with this squad; having just gone top of the table with 13 games remaining


As my point of view 'Saturday, 14 March 2009' & 'Saturday, 16 May 2009' only these two games will be tough for Man Utd. If they draw, then only Liverpool get chance to win title.
 
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Its a bit simplistic to suggest only games against big teams will be difficult, though broadcasters often perpetuate this missunderstanding as a means to attract viewers because they have exclusive rights to these big games. Man United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Arsenal will all be playing teams fighting to avoid relegation or get a lucrative European place as the season draws to a close.
 
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we felt the absence of Gerrard and Xabi this week. We don't deserve 3 full points from the last game

Thanks to the referee for not awarding the penalty to us

now we are 7 points behind the leaders
 
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As chart of Members for 2008–09, i think Hull City should not relegate at the end of season because this team come for 1st time in top
Same for Stoke City also because this team come after 120 years.
Three time winner Blackburn Rover also should not relegate.
 
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the way I see it, the teams which would be relegated are:
1. West Bromwich Albion
2. Stoke City
3. ??? (tough fight will be for this spot)

(I'll be happy if Spurs get relegated ha ha ha)
 
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how many of you watched Real Madrid-Liverpool match?
Robben for all his bad mouth, paid in full
 
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Alonso hit was best but bad luck, Casillas is good keeper.
Yossi Benayoun's header was nice.
What a Stadium, huge & beautiful.
Chelsea have change, all good players play together & after many matches they play aggressive, not defensive.
But I missed Bayern Munich match to see!
 
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Chelsea have change, all good players play together & after many matches they play aggressive, not defensive.


still they dont play attractive football. The team played like it played under Mourinho

But I missed Bayern Munich match to see!


Yeah! me too. Ribery destroyed them
 
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still they don't play attractive football.


I think every player in Chelsea want to improve their own record of goals so they not passing every fast. Only Lampard,Terry,Kalou & Cech are playing very friendly with others. Deco, Ballack,Quaresma are still playing as new comer to Chelsea.
Drogba is now come as he is king of Chelsea, so most of time he come after problem goes beyond unrecoverable.i saw most matches he came after 70 min!

The team played like it played under Mourinho!


Every Chelsea fan compare any new Manager with him!

If they keep squad like yesterday, may they chance to reach up to Man Utd!
 
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This is twist in the whole Barclays Premier League for this season!
& hopes are again alive for all Chelsea fan to reach top.Because tie on second position now with 55 points & 7 points behind from Man Utd. But still unpredictable!
 
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yeah.. now starts the fight for second place. But still there is an outside chance for both Liverpool and Chelsea. Yet, I cant see Manu give up the lead with the quality and depth of their squad
 
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Post match review from the Independent

If Rafael Benitez was to imagine his ideal vision for Liverpool, his team would play like this every week, including Saturday at Old Trafford where they would beat Manchester United and throw the whole Premier League title race wide open again. To paraphrase one famous Liverpudlian: you may say that he is a dreamer but, after last night's performance, he is not the only one.

This was Liverpool playing like European royalty, delivering a four-goal cuffing to Real Madrid, their biggest defeat ever in the Champions League. This was European football's most successful club humiliated, eliminated, eviscerated. A rout led by goals from the excellent Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard that takes Liverpool into the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the fourth time in five seasons.

Can they do it again come 12.45pm on Saturday at Old Trafford? On a rapturous European night at Anfield, when Benitez's team was brilliant, it felt almost indecent to ask the question. They are a great European side but are they sufficiently great to win the Premier League? To watch them tear into the white shirts last night, you could be forgiven for thinking that this meant so much more than those home league games against Fulham, Hull, and Stoke.
Liverpool's first two goals, for Torres and then Gerrard's penalty, benefited from dubious refereeing decisions from the Belgian official Frank De Bleeckere but there can be no argument that this victory was undeserved. Even Juande Ramos did not try to frame one, not with a Real team that posed less threat than Sunderland did here eight days' hence. Cristiano Ronaldo be warned: at this rate he may end up talking himself into a move to Spanish football's equivalent of Blackburn Rovers.

For Real, last night was when all their vanity, their haphazard acquisitions policy and their chaotic sequence of managers came back to haunt them. That was in direct contrast to the meticulous planning of Benitez who, in spite of his politicking and plotting, still has the edge on nights such as these. So much so that by the end he had substituted Gerrard, scorer of two, and Torres and given a run-out to Jay Spearing, a 20-year-old academy product who many feel has never got his opportunity at Liverpool.

That gesture, rewarded with a feisty cameo by Spearing, almost looked sentimental on Benitez's part and sentimentality is the last instinct you would associate with the Liverpool manager. His team reduced Real to dust and the away fans sang the name of their tormentors in homage. How easy was it? Even Andrea Dossena scored.
The Italian left-back, until now almost entirely average considering the £7m lavished on him, scored the fourth for Liverpool. Torres's left ankle was strapped and iced come the end of the game although you imagine he will have to play against United on Saturday and if he does so with the fire in his belly that drove him on last night then Liverpool will have a chance of reducing the gap at the top of the League to four points.
At Atletico Madrid, Torres had only scored one goal in nine meetings with Real and never been on the winning side. From the very beginning he was on a mission to put that right. In the fourth minute, he flicked the ball with his heel, spun 180 degrees away from Fabio Cannavaro and hit his shot at Iker Casillas. The Italian was left stranded and from that moment on never really regained his bearings.

To their credit, Benitez's team were not primed to defend their one away-goal lead and they took the game to Real. Casillas saved a dipping volley from Javier Mascherano a minute later. Torres ran 30 yards to steal the ball off Sergio Ramos's toe. The visitors were all over the place.

On 16 minutes, Cannavaro missed a clearance from Jamie Carragher and, as Torres chased the ball, he put a hand on the shoulder of the defender Pepe who went to ground. Torres passed the ball out wide to Dirk Kuyt who cut it back for the striker to score. The son of Atletico went straight to the Real fans at the Anfield Road end, his back towards them, pointing at his name. This one was personal. Even with his complaints about Torres's role in the build-up, Pepe looked vulnerable. The penalty was a closer call, Gabriel Heinze was adjudged to have handled the ball for the penalty that was Liverpool's second goal. Although it struck his shoulder, Heinze did seem to move his arm towards the ball. The former Manchester United player went berserk in his protest, getting himself booked along the way.

Gerrard blasted home and Liverpool looked unassailable. Raul Gonzalez was no threat at all. Arjen Robben had disappeared and was substituted at half-time – unsurprisingly complaining of an injury. Lassana Diarra was powerless in the red stampede. Real conceded within a minute of the second half starting.
This time Ryan Babel got a cross in from the right and Gerrard was allowed to run unchecked to thump it in from 10 yards. Real came back into the game until the 89th minute Mascherano's ball found Dossena in space for the fourth goal. It was another triumph for Benitez, this one over the club that made him in his early days as a coach. You wonder if on a night like these perhaps even he can put aside his gripes about the way the club is run, its inefficiencies and shortcomings, and enjoy the moment.

Real's defeat was their worst in Europe's premier club competition since they were beaten 5-0 by Milan 20 years ago.
----Independent----


And I love this:

This was European football's most successful club humiliated, eliminated, eviscerated



and this

Cristiano Ronaldo be warned: at this rate he may end up talking himself into a move to Spanish football's equivalent of Blackburn Rovers



and one more

His team reduced Real to dust and the away fans sang the name of their tormentors in homage. How easy was it? Even Andrea Dossena scored



another one

Raul Gonzalez was no threat at all. Arjen Robben had disappeared and was substituted at half-time – unsurprisingly complaining of an injury. Lassana Diarra was powerless in the red stampede

 
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any Manu fans out here?
oh yeah!! its 1-4 and the theatre of dreams has been shattered with the fearless Merseyside
 
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He get some tension about difference getting lesser & lesser!NOw its 4!
But


Those who fan of liverpool also get tension as they win but by Goal difference they get down in 3rd position.
This should not be happen


 
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hilarious mate..

I'll post some more pics that were taken during the game by today night
 
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Something like this
 
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Which team got the best Cheer Leaders ( ) ?

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Sujai Kaarthik wrote:Hi guys, anyone here following Football and Barclays Premier League or anyother league around the world?
If so which club you follow and who is your favourite player?


hello.
 
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Shia LaBeouf wrote:

Sujai Kaarthik wrote:Hi guys, anyone here following Football and Barclays Premier League or anyother league around the world?
If so which club you follow and who is your favourite player?


hello.




what does that mean??
 
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this week it was Fulham.. manu, you dont deserve premier league this season..

Just a comparison..Each of the big four against the other three (till now)

----Team----Total matches----Won----Lost----Draw----Points

Liverpool----------5--------------4--------0-------1-------13/15

Man United--------5--------------1--------3-------1--------4/15

Arsenal------------3--------------2--------0-------1--------7/9

Chelsea------------5-------------0---------4------1--------1/15


Hence, Manchester United and Chelsea don't deserve premier league
 
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Hence, Manchester United and Chelsea don't deserve premier league


What does it matter how a team does against the other "big" teams? If they end up with more points they deserve the title whoever they get them against.
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote:What does it matter how a team does against the other "big" teams? If they end up with more points they deserve the title whoever they get them against.




Its being quite a while since LiverPool had such stats against the rest of the "Big 4". Hence the hasty conclusion
 
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Its being quite a while since LiverPool had such stats against the rest of the "Big 4". Hence the hasty conclusion


maybe

but this season in awesome one. lots of twists in the title race. Some stalemates against weaker teams have made Liverpool's title contention little tougher, where manchester utd., has got 3 points from them (lots of 1-0 though )..

One more stat, from what I can recall..

Liverpool points against weaker teams:
Stoke city - 2 goalless draws
Hull city - 1 draw
Wigan - one draw and a win
Fulham - another goalless draw
Westham - goaless draw
Middlesborough - one defeat and a win
Tottenham - one defeat (where almost everyone has defeated them this season )
Bluenoses - one draw

Just being optimistic,
2 wins against Stoke - 64+4 = 68
2 wins against Wigan - 68+2 = 70
1 win against Fulham - 70+3 = 73
2 wins against Middelsborough - 73+3 = 76
1 win against Westham - 76+2 = 78

Leaving Everton, Tottenham (they've took points away from big 4) and Hull (unpredictable and really impressive at the start of the season), we should've taken full points from those games. Atlease, leaving some exceptions, we should've scored around 72-75 points and Liverpool would be sitting comfortably at top.

To be honest, Liverpool has lost many golden opportunities to maintain the lead. But still its not over
 
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What does it matter how a team does against the other "big" teams? If they end up with more points they deserve the title whoever they get them against.



I agree with you, but do you think that those teams which are horrible against tougher oppositions pulling out full points against weaker teams deserve title? Isn't that unfair? but thats the way league moves on.

 
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No its not unfair. It would be far less fair abitrarily assigning some teams "Big Team" status and working the league out on the back of that. Any league is decided by by how a team performs against all opposition. Remember that Chelsea only really became a six years ago (and if Abramovich ever decides to sell up they will in all probability be a small team again since all his finance to them comes in the forms of loans). And should we even consider Liverpool to be a big team since they have never won the Premier League? Do we need to promote Leeds out of League One since they are arguably a "Big Team" having won the Premier League more times than Livepool? Or Nottingham Forrest out of the Championship since they've won the Champions League more times than Chelsea?

If a team can't get results against weaker opposition they don't deserve to win anything.
 
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It would be far less fair abitrarily assigning some teams "Big Team" status and working the league out on the back of that


The big4 teams are arguably feared by any team on the planet. This stature is given to them based on their recent performances and successes in the planet of football. ain't it? Thats what I meant there

Any league is decided by by how a team performs against all opposition


I strongly agree with this point and I stand by it. I believe in the quote "Fortune follows the brave". In that sense, losing against the big teams and just pulling out victories against weaker oppositions isn't braveness. This means such a team is better than the weaker teams and weaker than the better teams. To be personal, You would've the knowledge of CR7 who always dives into the opposition's box, earn a penalty and score from that. That would be the winning goal for them. I don't say only CR7 dives, but others too. But he does that in every match. Thats why, I say Manchester utd, don't deserve league title.


Do we need to promote Leeds out of League One since they are arguably a "Big Team" having won the Premier League more times than Livepool?


have they won premier league? I don't know

If a team can't get results against weaker opposition they don't deserve to win anything


what can a good team can do, if a weaker team plays 10 men behind the ball? Its very tough mate..

 
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Yes, Leeds have won the Premier League.


In that sense, losing against the big teams and just pulling out victories against weaker oppositions isn't braveness


What does braveness have to do with winning the league? The higher ability of the best team is what wins leagues.


what can a good team can do, if a weaker team plays 10 men behind the ball?


Be good enough to break them down. Simple as that.
 
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Yes, Leeds have won the Premier League.


which season?
I heard only Manu, Arsenal, Chelsea and Blackburn (or Bolton) have tasted premier league
 
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You can check here.

Anyway there are thousands and thousands of supporters for a favourite club of their own.

Doesn't matter what others say , you will always support your team

Football game and others games are for enjoyment and fun.

So watch it , play it and enjoy it !!

It's really fun in playstation
 
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Doesn't matter what others say , you will always support your team



true 100%
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote: Yes, Leeds have won the Premier League.



You sure? I think only ManU, Arsenal, Chelsea and Blackburn Rovers have won the Premier League.
 
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The big4 teams are arguably feared by any team on the planet. This stature is given to them based on their recent performances and successes in the planet of football



The Big 4 phenomenon started some years back, more out of their visibility and their money rather than "successes". Chelsea and Arsenal are respected by other European teams but "feared" is taking it slightly too far.
 
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Sorry for replying after 12 days of last post by Sridhar.
Macheda makes surprise move.So Man Utd get top again.
Now i hope only Tottenham can draw again with them & Arsenal can beat again.Otherwise they will be champion again.
Alan Shearer got pressure now a days, i think he got wounded horse to win the race! Or he like to take risks!
 
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The last 10 minutes were awesome! but Villa deserved at least a point ..

The winner was an absolute brilliance from Macheda. Take a bow Macheda

Still I would say the pressure is on Manu. The title is theirs to lose. I expect them to drop points in at least 4 games (Tottenham, Arsenal, Man city and one more opponent) and Liverpool will drop points at least in 3 games(Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle). The title will be decided in the last 2 weeks.

Adding to that Manu have more tricky fixtures than Liverpool. Lets hope they drop more points. This reminds me the season of 1998 where Arsenal thumped Manu
 
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Mandar Khire wrote:
Alan Shearer got pressure now a days



As a player, Shearer was fantastic. I used to like him a lot. I really hope he can take Newcastle out of the relegation battle and see it through to the next season in the Premier League.
 
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Essien and Guus made the difference.

Liverpool's UCL hopes are over IMO . Now on the positive side, we should concentrate more on Premier League and Manu should qualify to the semis
 
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I feel really proud to be a fan of LFC. These kind of performances can be put only by Liverpool. We can take pride from the loss

Players were brilliant and I think they must be pushed by the souls of 96 fans who died during Hillsborough disaster.
RIP 96 brothers. YNWA

Gone, but not forgotten

20 years on, still we seek justice.. JFT96
 
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