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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  baby-liverpool le Sam 6 Nov - 11:40

Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Ricky le Sam 6 Nov - 12:37

baby-liverpool a écrit:Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  simon59 le Sam 6 Nov - 12:54

Ricky a écrit:
baby-liverpool a écrit:Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid


c'est qui dark vador?
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  titus le Sam 6 Nov - 12:56

Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
matlehulk a écrit:Scénario du match :

Reds & Blues livrent une première mi-temps de bonne facture, avec de beaux enchainements des deux côtés. Engagement physique important et plusieurs arrêts décisifs de Reina, impérial devant le duo Anelka-Drogba.

En deuxième mi-temps, c'est la catastrophe et Ivanovic met un but à la reprise et récidive à la 64e. Roy devient fou de rage et refuse de voir les Reds perdre du terrain pour la reconquête du titre. Il fait alors rentrer Ngog et Lucas à la place de Torres et Poulsen. Après deux frappes de 35m sur la barre (69', 73'), le brésilien décide de ne plus tenter sa chance et fait une Alonso pour Ngog qui laisse Terry sur place. Frappe croisée face au Kop, 1-2 (75'). La French Branch entonne un "David en français" plein d'envie, mais rapidement couvert par un FOAR repris par tous.
85' Alors que les Blues sont à l'attaque, Lucas récupère et glisse à Gerrard qui renverse le jeu pour Ngog, proche de la ligne de touche au milieu du terrain. Voyant Cech avancé, il tente une reprise du gauche incroyable qu'Anfield voit entrer dans le but dans un silence inédit. 2-2.

90'+3: Les vagues bleues ne cessent pas et Reina fait une sortie hasardeuse devant Drogba. Ce dernier glisse la balle à Anelka qui sourit déjà (!) pensant son lob déterminant, mais Carra retrouve ses jambes de 20 ans et sort le ballon avec un coup du scorpion inversé (dos au jeu). Le ballon arrive sur Johnson qui déborde et centre pour Ngog qui met une reprise acrobatique qualifiée plus tard de but du siècle par tous les médias mondiaux.
Anfield chante "David en français" à plein poumon et Ngog lève son T-shirt face aux caméras, laissant apparaître l'inscription : "un triplé pour SSJS&D".
La fin du match est sifflée sur l'engagement. 3-2 score final.

Les membres de la French Branch présents se voient offrir pintes (et Perrier! Wink) en illimité tout le WE, par des scouses qui n'ont jamais autant aimé la France.
Les maillots floqués du 24 sont en rupture de stock, et plus moyen de trouver un livre de oui-oui ou une bouteille de vin blanc à 20 miles autour de la Mersey lol!

Voilà, mon CR est fait. Ce sera ça de moins à faire en rentrant ! :langue:


:loaught: :loaught: mythique


tu peux rajouter (on n'est plus à ça prêt "liverpool champion d'angleterre cette année là, pui remporte 7 CL et devient le plus grand club du monde !" les joueurs du Real demandant des autographes aux reds par l'intermédiaire de zidane.




Vous êtes des grands malades les amis lol! clap j'adore mais demain je suis sur au fond de moi que nous allons gagnés ce match et que nous allons remontés dans le Big Four YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Ricky le Sam 6 Nov - 13:01

simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
baby-liverpool a écrit:Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid


c'est qui dark vador?

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  simon59 le Sam 6 Nov - 13:08

Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
baby-liverpool a écrit:Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid


c'est qui dark vador?

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:

j'avoue ne pas comprendre,ajouter à cela la flemme de réfléchir dû à des heures de cours épuisantes ce matin..

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  reda-kun le Sam 6 Nov - 13:26

simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
baby-liverpool a écrit:Après on parle de l'0age des équipes, mais je crois que les équipes de Pl en tout cas MU, Chelsea, et nous sont veillissantes aussi et pourtant... Donc je pense 'pas que l'age soit un facteur si important que ça, mais un mélange de jeunes qui en veulent et de quelques joueurs plus expérimentés serait l'idéal (on a lucas, torres, n gog,sheveley,etc)

Drogba, malaouda, dark vador, terry, lampard, le keeper de chelsea, cole sont quand meme tous dans la case de la trentaine.

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid


c'est qui dark vador?

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:

j'avoue ne pas comprendre,ajouter à cela la flemme de réfléchir dû à des heures de cours épuisantes ce matin..

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LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  sam1284 le Sam 6 Nov - 13:43

salut a tous pour ceux que ca intéresse un reportage de david n'gog sur canal + a 14h30.
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Message  simon59 le Sam 6 Nov - 13:55

reda-kun a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:

qu'est-ce que ça va donner lucas face à dark vador affraid


c'est qui dark vador?

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:

j'avoue ne pas comprendre,ajouter à cela la flemme de réfléchir dû à des heures de cours épuisantes ce matin..

:loaught:
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Antoine le Sam 6 Nov - 15:14

sam1284 a écrit:salut a tous pour ceux que ca intéresse un reportage de david n'gog sur canal + a 14h30.
Merci ! Quelqu'un saurait si on peut le revoir sur le net ?
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Nakashendo

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Nakashendo le Sam 6 Nov - 22:35

C'est ça non ? : http://www.canalplus.fr/c-sport/c-football/angleterre/pid3479-videos.html?vid=392643
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WeAreLiverpool

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  WeAreLiverpool le Sam 6 Nov - 23:03

Pour les abos Free Canal est son bouquet gratos Wink
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Message  Lexclub le Dim 7 Nov - 0:16

Nakashendo a écrit:C'est ça non ? : http://www.canalplus.fr/c-sport/c-football/angleterre/pid3479-videos.html?vid=392643

Sympa comme tout cette interview, il n'a pas l'air con comme mec le David, très agréable à écouter.

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Message  Juice le Dim 7 Nov - 2:17

Un bon point a souligner , même en cas de défaite on ne perdra pas de place , en cas de nul on serais 13ème a égalité de points et en cas de victoire la 10ème place serais assurée voir au mieux ( tout dépendra du résultat de Newcastle et West Brom ) 8ème .
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  torreskev9 le Dim 7 Nov - 8:55

WeAreLiverpool a écrit:Pour les abos Free Canal est son bouquet gratos Wink

Moi je me suis taper Inter-Brescia,Bolton- Tottenham et je vais voir Om-psg,liverpool-chelsea, real-atlético gratuit avec les offres de neuf box.
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  sam1284 le Dim 7 Nov - 9:34

Juice a écrit:Un bon point a souligner , même en cas de défaite on ne perdra pas de place , en cas de nul on serais 13ème a égalité de points et en cas de victoire la 10ème place serais assurée voir au mieux ( tout dépendra du résultat de Newcastle et West Brom ) 8ème .

j'espère une victoire de notre part si on perd on reste 16eme à 2 points de la zone rouge,je sens une victoire des reds sur un score de 2-1 (torres,gerrard,ivanovic pour chelsea).
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Message  Ricky le Dim 7 Nov - 10:15

simon59 a écrit:
reda-kun a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:[/b]

c'est qui dark vador?

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:

j'avoue ne pas comprendre,ajouter à cela la flemme de réfléchir dû à des heures de cours épuisantes ce matin..

:loaught:



vous vous rendez compte de l'évènement ?
dark vador contre georges lucas ???
cheers
fan fan fan fan
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simon59

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  simon59 le Dim 7 Nov - 11:33

sam1284 a écrit:
Juice a écrit:Un bon point a souligner , même en cas de défaite on ne perdra pas de place , en cas de nul on serais 13ème a égalité de points et en cas de victoire la 10ème place serais assurée voir au mieux ( tout dépendra du résultat de Newcastle et West Brom ) 8ème .

j'espère une victoire de notre part si on perd on reste 16eme à 2 points de la zone rouge,je sens une victoire des reds sur un score de 2-1 (torres,gerrard,ivanovic pour chelsea).

13e non?
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  kevin5192 le Dim 7 Nov - 12:09

J'espère un match avec du bon jeu de notre part, de la réussite et une victoire 1-0, 2-0, 2-1, n'importe tant qu'on gagne et surtout tant qu'on prend au moins un point.
Un doublé de Torres pour le lancer dans sa saison ce serait parfait !
Come on Reds fan
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Feriel le Dim 7 Nov - 12:37

Stevie: No Chelsea regrets

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his love for Liverpool FC and revealed he has no regrets about turning down today's opponents Chelsea twice in the past.

The skipper leads his side into action against Carlo Ancelotti's side at Anfield today with a spring in his step and he is happy again after the successful takeover of the club by NESV.

Liverpool's No.8 came close to joining the reigning Barclays Premier League Champions on two occasions in the past but when the push came to the shove, he just couldn't turn his back on the team he grew up supporting and then ended up captaining to European glory in Istanbul.

"I don't think sacrifice is the right word because I am playing for Liverpool and I am the captain," said Gerrard.

"I wouldn't call that a sacrifice. I would call that living a dream.

"Of course there have been opportunities when I could have moved on. Chelsea was one and there have been other times but I love this club. I want to stay and be successful because when that day comes (winning a trophy) it will mean a lot to me.

"I am not naive enough to think it's about me or the players coming to the final parts of their career. This club is going to be here for many years.

"I have four or five years left at this level and I want to win trophies. That is what I go to work for.

"Chelsea have quality players but they are in for another big test this time around."



The dynamic midfielder is now determined to make up for lost time and get the Reds back on the trophy winning trail again, after admitting the last 12 months has been his most difficult spell at the club.

He added: "I think the last 12 months have been the most difficult since I was 18, having broken into the first team.

"Finishing seventh in the league and the stuff that went on off the pitch has made it a difficult time to be a Liverpool player. Hopefully that is all behind us now.

"The debt has gone. It's a new era. You heard rumours that the takeover was going to happen and then it didn't. All that messes with your mind and your mood swings when you hear different news at different times.

"It's exactly what I didn't need after the World Cup. It's also what the club didn't need. After a disappointing World Cup, you are hoping to get off to the best possible start to a season with your club, so you can try to put the World Cup behind you.

"But the disappointment has continued. It has been a really tough start to the season, but there is still a long way to go and we can certainly recover. I wouldn't like to say we've definitely turned the corner but we are on our way round it.

"Of course we're glad to have put the ownership turmoil behind us. It has been difficult but none of the lads ever used it as an excuse. It would be the easy way out if you just said, 'Oh yeah, let's blame George (Gillett) and Tom (Hicks)'.

"But Liverpool football club is not about headlines on the front pages. Certainly since I have supported the club it has always been about good things on the back pages. That's what we have to get back to."

The skipper has also called for a return to the days when aspiring youngsters from the Academy used to visit the Melwood training ground on a regular basis.

He added: "Watching the first team train helped me get to this level - going to the Melwood training ground, seeing the players I looked up to, dreaming of playing alongside them.

"The kids should be seeing us day in, day out. They should see their target."

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/stevie-no-chelsea-regrets

STEVIE G = LEGEND love fan fan fan
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  simon59 le Dim 7 Nov - 12:43

Feriel a écrit:
Stevie: No Chelsea regrets

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his love for Liverpool FC and revealed he has no regrets about turning down today's opponents Chelsea twice in the past.

The skipper leads his side into action against Carlo Ancelotti's side at Anfield today with a spring in his step and he is happy again after the successful takeover of the club by NESV.

Liverpool's No.8 came close to joining the reigning Barclays Premier League Champions on two occasions in the past but when the push came to the shove, he just couldn't turn his back on the team he grew up supporting and then ended up captaining to European glory in Istanbul.

"I don't think sacrifice is the right word because I am playing for Liverpool and I am the captain," said Gerrard.

"I wouldn't call that a sacrifice. I would call that living a dream.

"Of course there have been opportunities when I could have moved on. Chelsea was one and there have been other times but I love this club. I want to stay and be successful because when that day comes (winning a trophy) it will mean a lot to me.

"I am not naive enough to think it's about me or the players coming to the final parts of their career. This club is going to be here for many years.

"I have four or five years left at this level and I want to win trophies. That is what I go to work for.

"Chelsea have quality players but they are in for another big test this time around."



The dynamic midfielder is now determined to make up for lost time and get the Reds back on the trophy winning trail again, after admitting the last 12 months has been his most difficult spell at the club.

He added: "I think the last 12 months have been the most difficult since I was 18, having broken into the first team.

"Finishing seventh in the league and the stuff that went on off the pitch has made it a difficult time to be a Liverpool player. Hopefully that is all behind us now.

"The debt has gone. It's a new era. You heard rumours that the takeover was going to happen and then it didn't. All that messes with your mind and your mood swings when you hear different news at different times.

"It's exactly what I didn't need after the World Cup. It's also what the club didn't need. After a disappointing World Cup, you are hoping to get off to the best possible start to a season with your club, so you can try to put the World Cup behind you.

"But the disappointment has continued. It has been a really tough start to the season, but there is still a long way to go and we can certainly recover. I wouldn't like to say we've definitely turned the corner but we are on our way round it.

"Of course we're glad to have put the ownership turmoil behind us. It has been difficult but none of the lads ever used it as an excuse. It would be the easy way out if you just said, 'Oh yeah, let's blame George (Gillett) and Tom (Hicks)'.

"But Liverpool football club is not about headlines on the front pages. Certainly since I have supported the club it has always been about good things on the back pages. That's what we have to get back to."

The skipper has also called for a return to the days when aspiring youngsters from the Academy used to visit the Melwood training ground on a regular basis.

He added: "Watching the first team train helped me get to this level - going to the Melwood training ground, seeing the players I looked up to, dreaming of playing alongside them.

"The kids should be seeing us day in, day out. They should see their target."

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/stevie-no-chelsea-regrets

STEVIE G = LEGEND love fan fan fan


Mouais je suis pas d'accord avec toi,on le sait que stevie aime le club,mais bon est-ce vraiment important ce genre de décla?

je pense que non.Qu'il soit performant et c'est tout.
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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  WeAreLiverpool le Dim 7 Nov - 12:58

simon59 a écrit:
Feriel a écrit:
Stevie: No Chelsea regrets

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his love for Liverpool FC and revealed he has no regrets about turning down today's opponents Chelsea twice in the past.

The skipper leads his side into action against Carlo Ancelotti's side at Anfield today with a spring in his step and he is happy again after the successful takeover of the club by NESV.

Liverpool's No.8 came close to joining the reigning Barclays Premier League Champions on two occasions in the past but when the push came to the shove, he just couldn't turn his back on the team he grew up supporting and then ended up captaining to European glory in Istanbul.

"I don't think sacrifice is the right word because I am playing for Liverpool and I am the captain," said Gerrard.

"I wouldn't call that a sacrifice. I would call that living a dream.

"Of course there have been opportunities when I could have moved on. Chelsea was one and there have been other times but I love this club. I want to stay and be successful because when that day comes (winning a trophy) it will mean a lot to me.

"I am not naive enough to think it's about me or the players coming to the final parts of their career. This club is going to be here for many years.

"I have four or five years left at this level and I want to win trophies. That is what I go to work for.

"Chelsea have quality players but they are in for another big test this time around."



The dynamic midfielder is now determined to make up for lost time and get the Reds back on the trophy winning trail again, after admitting the last 12 months has been his most difficult spell at the club.

He added: "I think the last 12 months have been the most difficult since I was 18, having broken into the first team.

"Finishing seventh in the league and the stuff that went on off the pitch has made it a difficult time to be a Liverpool player. Hopefully that is all behind us now.

"The debt has gone. It's a new era. You heard rumours that the takeover was going to happen and then it didn't. All that messes with your mind and your mood swings when you hear different news at different times.

"It's exactly what I didn't need after the World Cup. It's also what the club didn't need. After a disappointing World Cup, you are hoping to get off to the best possible start to a season with your club, so you can try to put the World Cup behind you.

"But the disappointment has continued. It has been a really tough start to the season, but there is still a long way to go and we can certainly recover. I wouldn't like to say we've definitely turned the corner but we are on our way round it.

"Of course we're glad to have put the ownership turmoil behind us. It has been difficult but none of the lads ever used it as an excuse. It would be the easy way out if you just said, 'Oh yeah, let's blame George (Gillett) and Tom (Hicks)'.

"But Liverpool football club is not about headlines on the front pages. Certainly since I have supported the club it has always been about good things on the back pages. That's what we have to get back to."

The skipper has also called for a return to the days when aspiring youngsters from the Academy used to visit the Melwood training ground on a regular basis.

He added: "Watching the first team train helped me get to this level - going to the Melwood training ground, seeing the players I looked up to, dreaming of playing alongside them.

"The kids should be seeing us day in, day out. They should see their target."

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/stevie-no-chelsea-regrets

STEVIE G = LEGEND love fan fan fan


Mouais je suis pas d'accord avec toi,on le sait que stevie aime le club,mais bon est-ce vraiment important ce genre de décla?

je pense que non.Qu'il soit performant et c'est tout.

Sa fait chaud au coeur quand même une décla comme ça Wink
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baby-liverpool

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  baby-liverpool le Dim 7 Nov - 13:24

Ricky a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
reda-kun a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Ricky a écrit:

demande à baby liverpool, il jouerait à chelsea :guitare:

j'avoue ne pas comprendre,ajouter à cela la flemme de réfléchir dû à des heures de cours épuisantes ce matin..

:loaught:



vous vous rendez compte de l'évènement ?
dark vador contre georges lucas ???
cheers
fan fan fan fan

Et comment...Dommage que maitre Ioda ne soit plus là cette année...
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baby-liverpool

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  baby-liverpool le Dim 7 Nov - 13:28

WeAreLiverpool a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Feriel a écrit:
Stevie: No Chelsea regrets

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his love for Liverpool FC and revealed he has no regrets about turning down today's opponents Chelsea twice in the past.

The skipper leads his side into action against Carlo Ancelotti's side at Anfield today with a spring in his step and he is happy again after the successful takeover of the club by NESV.

Liverpool's No.8 came close to joining the reigning Barclays Premier League Champions on two occasions in the past but when the push came to the shove, he just couldn't turn his back on the team he grew up supporting and then ended up captaining to European glory in Istanbul.

"I don't think sacrifice is the right word because I am playing for Liverpool and I am the captain," said Gerrard.

"I wouldn't call that a sacrifice. I would call that living a dream.

"Of course there have been opportunities when I could have moved on. Chelsea was one and there have been other times but I love this club. I want to stay and be successful because when that day comes (winning a trophy) it will mean a lot to me.

"I am not naive enough to think it's about me or the players coming to the final parts of their career. This club is going to be here for many years.

"I have four or five years left at this level and I want to win trophies. That is what I go to work for.

"Chelsea have quality players but they are in for another big test this time around."



The dynamic midfielder is now determined to make up for lost time and get the Reds back on the trophy winning trail again, after admitting the last 12 months has been his most difficult spell at the club.

He added: "I think the last 12 months have been the most difficult since I was 18, having broken into the first team.

"Finishing seventh in the league and the stuff that went on off the pitch has made it a difficult time to be a Liverpool player. Hopefully that is all behind us now.

"The debt has gone. It's a new era. You heard rumours that the takeover was going to happen and then it didn't. All that messes with your mind and your mood swings when you hear different news at different times.

"It's exactly what I didn't need after the World Cup. It's also what the club didn't need. After a disappointing World Cup, you are hoping to get off to the best possible start to a season with your club, so you can try to put the World Cup behind you.

"But the disappointment has continued. It has been a really tough start to the season, but there is still a long way to go and we can certainly recover. I wouldn't like to say we've definitely turned the corner but we are on our way round it.

"Of course we're glad to have put the ownership turmoil behind us. It has been difficult but none of the lads ever used it as an excuse. It would be the easy way out if you just said, 'Oh yeah, let's blame George (Gillett) and Tom (Hicks)'.

"But Liverpool football club is not about headlines on the front pages. Certainly since I have supported the club it has always been about good things on the back pages. That's what we have to get back to."

The skipper has also called for a return to the days when aspiring youngsters from the Academy used to visit the Melwood training ground on a regular basis.

He added: "Watching the first team train helped me get to this level - going to the Melwood training ground, seeing the players I looked up to, dreaming of playing alongside them.

"The kids should be seeing us day in, day out. They should see their target."

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/stevie-no-chelsea-regrets

STEVIE G = LEGEND love fan fan fan


Mouais je suis pas d'accord avec toi,on le sait que stevie aime le club,mais bon est-ce vraiment important ce genre de décla?

je pense que non.Qu'il soit performant et c'est tout.

Sa fait chaud au coeur quand même une décla comme ça Wink

Au même temps les journalistes luim posent une questio et il répond, et là il a plutot bien répondu, ca fait toujours bien une réponse comme cella. Après inutile peut être, mais sur le fond ça fait du bien d'entendre ça.
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Steven_Gerrard93

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Date d'inscription : 29/11/2009

Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Steven_Gerrard93 le Dim 7 Nov - 14:12

j'ai remarqué que Gerrard avait joué son premier match contre naples avec ses nouvelles godasses qu'il a conçu . Porte bonheur
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Feriel

Messages : 1979
Date d'inscription : 05/12/2009

Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Feriel le Dim 7 Nov - 15:22

baby-liverpool a écrit:
WeAreLiverpool a écrit:
simon59 a écrit:
Feriel a écrit:
Stevie: No Chelsea regrets

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his love for Liverpool FC and revealed he has no regrets about turning down today's opponents Chelsea twice in the past.

The skipper leads his side into action against Carlo Ancelotti's side at Anfield today with a spring in his step and he is happy again after the successful takeover of the club by NESV.

Liverpool's No.8 came close to joining the reigning Barclays Premier League Champions on two occasions in the past but when the push came to the shove, he just couldn't turn his back on the team he grew up supporting and then ended up captaining to European glory in Istanbul.

"I don't think sacrifice is the right word because I am playing for Liverpool and I am the captain," said Gerrard.

"I wouldn't call that a sacrifice. I would call that living a dream.

"Of course there have been opportunities when I could have moved on. Chelsea was one and there have been other times but I love this club. I want to stay and be successful because when that day comes (winning a trophy) it will mean a lot to me.

"I am not naive enough to think it's about me or the players coming to the final parts of their career. This club is going to be here for many years.

"I have four or five years left at this level and I want to win trophies. That is what I go to work for.

"Chelsea have quality players but they are in for another big test this time around."



The dynamic midfielder is now determined to make up for lost time and get the Reds back on the trophy winning trail again, after admitting the last 12 months has been his most difficult spell at the club.

He added: "I think the last 12 months have been the most difficult since I was 18, having broken into the first team.

"Finishing seventh in the league and the stuff that went on off the pitch has made it a difficult time to be a Liverpool player. Hopefully that is all behind us now.

"The debt has gone. It's a new era. You heard rumours that the takeover was going to happen and then it didn't. All that messes with your mind and your mood swings when you hear different news at different times.

"It's exactly what I didn't need after the World Cup. It's also what the club didn't need. After a disappointing World Cup, you are hoping to get off to the best possible start to a season with your club, so you can try to put the World Cup behind you.

"But the disappointment has continued. It has been a really tough start to the season, but there is still a long way to go and we can certainly recover. I wouldn't like to say we've definitely turned the corner but we are on our way round it.

"Of course we're glad to have put the ownership turmoil behind us. It has been difficult but none of the lads ever used it as an excuse. It would be the easy way out if you just said, 'Oh yeah, let's blame George (Gillett) and Tom (Hicks)'.

"But Liverpool football club is not about headlines on the front pages. Certainly since I have supported the club it has always been about good things on the back pages. That's what we have to get back to."

The skipper has also called for a return to the days when aspiring youngsters from the Academy used to visit the Melwood training ground on a regular basis.

He added: "Watching the first team train helped me get to this level - going to the Melwood training ground, seeing the players I looked up to, dreaming of playing alongside them.

"The kids should be seeing us day in, day out. They should see their target."

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/stevie-no-chelsea-regrets

STEVIE G = LEGEND love fan fan fan


Mouais je suis pas d'accord avec toi,on le sait que stevie aime le club,mais bon est-ce vraiment important ce genre de décla?

je pense que non.Qu'il soit performant et c'est tout.

Sa fait chaud au coeur quand même une décla comme ça Wink

Au même temps les journalistes luim posent une questio et il répond, et là il a plutot bien répondu, ca fait toujours bien une réponse comme cella. Après inutile peut être, mais sur le fond ça fait du bien d'entendre ça.

On voit à quel point ça le mettait mal à l'aise la situation off the field du club et à quel point ça l'a perturbé...
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Gian

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Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Gian le Dim 7 Nov - 15:23

Pour les abonnés de neuf-SFR, Canal plus est en clair!
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Feriel

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Date d'inscription : 05/12/2009

Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  Feriel le Dim 7 Nov - 15:28

En attendant le match, voici une sélection des plus beaux buts des Reds à Anfield contre les Blues de ces 2 dernières décennies. fan fan fan

http://www.seed-share.com/hwqpghv3txpu
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WeAreLiverpool

Messages : 792
Date d'inscription : 27/11/2009

Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  WeAreLiverpool le Dim 7 Nov - 15:41

Gian a écrit:Pour les abonnés de neuf-SFR, Canal plus est en clair!

FREE aussi jusqu'au 14 Wink
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WeAreLiverpool

Messages : 792
Date d'inscription : 27/11/2009

Re: LIVERPOOL-Chelsea 07/11/10

Message  WeAreLiverpool le Dim 7 Nov - 16:03

The Reds team is: Reina, Konchesky, Kelly, Carragher, Skrtel, Lucas, Gerrard, Maxi, Kuyt, Meireles, Torres. Subs: Hansen, Wilson, Spearing, Poulsen, Shelvey, Ngog, Jovanovic.

Pas de Kyrgia pas de Johnson ... bizarre ^^

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