Sunday, September 28, 2008 by Paul Grech
Liverpool are such a big club. Anybody who tells you he wants to leave a club like that is lying.
Nice to hear from Emile Heskey.
It is very frustrating to know that you've been a playing such big part of the team and all of a sudden you are in the shadows but that's the manager's choice and you just have to get on with it. There's no point complaining.
And perhaps Heskey has been advising Jermaine Pennant about life away from Anfield.
Chelsea, attempting to turn Stamford Bridge into a London tourist attraction, have revamped their museum that now includes a special video history of the club narrated by celebrity fan Richard Attenborough, as well as Jose Mourinho’s famous coat and his Chelsea desk, plus Avram Grant’s Champions League runners-up medal.
And we say that they've got no history.
When teams are defending the way they did, with that determination, they are difficult to break down and you need a little break like that.
It is not often that I turn to Alex Ferguson for thoughts, but this comment after their win against Bolton, coreousy of a made up penalty thanks to Rob Stiles, encapsulated all that didn't happen for Liverpool against Stoke.
It's now six wins out of five for Hughie McAuley's side and the Reds have scored 15 goals in the process.
Someone on the official website isn't too good with his maths. (The error has since been spotted and corrected.)
You really need to use your brain in these type of games. Of course passion is important in a derby, but you win with your brain and with your muscles as well.
Rafael Benitez on what wins you derbies.
Very disappointing, especially after the first half, when we had the better chances - Cahill tried to be too clever with his, when he should have put his lace through the ball. After the break we tried to play more football, which was our downfall. Cahill should not have been sent off - as Moyes said, it wasn't even the worst tackle in the match and their guy went down as if he was shot. Gerrard was again trying to referee the match - I'm sure Riley was going to send Arbeloa off, but Gerrard had a quiet word and it was yellow.
Nice and objective from Everton fan Simon Paul talking to the Guardian