Sunday, September 21, 2008 by Paul Grech
He could be one of the greatest players in the history of the club, he's that good.
Dave Usher tries to make Javier Mascherano blush.
Two down, one (or is it two?) to go. First, Thaksin Shinawatra faced up to facts and sold up at Manchester City. Then Mike Ashley announced last night that he is looking to sell Newcastle United. All it needs now is for that pair of cowboys at Liverpool to be chased out of town and the Barclays Premier League will have the early-season hat-trick it wanted.
The ever eloquent Oliver Kay.
Approached within the stadium, Gillett said that the idea of an Arab takeover is not the panacea for success that it seems.
Yes, especially compared with the incredible success the H&G regime has been
In fact, I'd go as far to say that the famous No 7 shirt worn by Keegan and Dalglish rests in pretty safe hands.
Alan Smith heaps the pressure on Robbie Keane
The Dubai ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, now views Liverpool as a personal rather than government venture but has received little encouragement so far from the Americans, despite the credit crunch delaying their plans for a new stadium and fans' protests continuing against their reign.
Nothing new...but Andy Hunter gives reason to retain hope.
AFTER being described as Duracell bunnies, it was appropriate that Liverpool should continue banging their drum in Europe last night.
Ian Doyle milks an anecdote
I saw less agile manoeuvres on the gymnastics mat in Beijing.
Andy Proudfoot's take of Gerrard's goal against Marseilles.
No sooner had finger nails begun to be chewed in the away end than Gerrard popped up to score with a wonderful curling effort which brought back vivid memories of a near identical strike at Luton in the FA Cup three seasons ago.
And this is Tony Barrett's take of that goal
I wasn't happy with his overall performance last night. He must improve both his tackling, positional play and use of the ball. It's time now he started to impress, not disappoint.
Tommy Smith is critical of Lucas Leiva. Judging by most forums, join the queue Tommy.
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