Funny how they forget that their beloved Rafa played Gerrard on the right-wing most of the timeThe delusion is beyond ridiculous now. Even to the poi t where they're adamant that he's on a different level to Scholes, using Erikson's failings as England manager as proof.
It's utterly mind blowing.
Funny how they don't mention Alonso in the same breath.....
RAWK said:An interesting 'anatomical' backdrop to Gerrard's slip was his and Rodgers' reported chat in the New Year of 2014. Rodgers highlighted Gerrard's lack of scanning on the field to give himself more time and opportunities on the ball, hence moving him into a deep role.
You notice Gerrard scanning at least three or four times before he controls the ball and slips, which I'm sure he was doing for the countless other times preceding a glorious ping out right to Glen Johnson or whoever, but it still looks unnecessary. He definitely took his eye off the ball as an indirect result of that chat and the instructions. With the amount of space he was in, one or two scans was enough.
But without his form in the few months beforehand, which had been helped by more scanning, I seriously doubt we'd have been in the driving seat going into that Chelsea game anyway.
Liverpool Echo: 'What was your favourite individual performance for Liverpool?'
Steven Gerrard: 'In terms of an all-round performance over 90 minutes and extra time, the West Ham performance was my favourite. In fact, I'd say it was a perfect performance. It was almost like a 'wow' performance from myself, when I look back at it.'
Unfortunately, it's a real quote(!)OK Steve. You've definitely reached the point now where I honestly can't tell if that's parody or reality.
DJ Jeff said:the only way I can tell if he's making stuff up or genuinely quoting is if Brendan Rodgers appears halfway through speaking latin
Liverpool Echo and fans trotting out the line that he’s basically a shit house, scared of competing against the best forwards in the best premier league team of all time.
I’m sure court cases to prove their innocence will start soon.Did they have anything to say when it was shown by scientists that their magic of a field match against athletico directly lead to more cases and deaths than it would have done had they postponed it/canceled it? It’s not even hindsight that says it was a ridiculous decision to play it, we had the data at the time that suggested things like sporting events with 50,000 fans shouldn’t be going ahead.
They done what they came to do. I'd expect them to raise their commercial revenue over the coming years but they'll sell players and look to offload the club at some point. Liverpool fans will be kicking off when they stop spending moneyThe American owners were not big spenders, so with all this Covit 19 around, they are no way going to spend big. They have put a hold on the expansion of their shitty ground.
Klopp will have to sell before he can buy, which he is probably use to by now. But this time there won't be a 100m bid for Keita!
haha “tic toc” you do understand that when you and others like you, come on a man united forum and say things like this, you come across so insecure. Makes me laugh every time.
I vote we scrap the league and they play 'double cuppies' at Wembley.haha “tic toc” you do understand that when you and others like you, come on a man united forum and say things like this, you come across so insecure. Makes me laugh every time.
I think there'll be a street party, some people will tut but it won't be stopped.All the steam has been taken out of Liverpool's achievement. Even when they do win it for the first time in three decades, it'll just be like an audience clap at a local cricket club.
Exactly. It’s meant to be their time to shine and the whole world sits up and takes notice that the mighty Liverpool are back on their perch! Instead their crossing the finish line with a whimper despite the points gap due to the circumstances we find ourselves in. They’ve lost the opportunity to gloat, yeah you’ve won the league for the first time in 30 years but who the feck cares?All the steam has been taken out of Liverpool's achievement. Even when they do win it for the first time in three decades, it'll just be like an audience clap at a local cricket club.