Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Last Games for 08/09

Liverpool 3 Tottenham 1
Torres 31, Hutton og 64, Benayoun 81 - Keane 77

A match without much significance as the title has been already won by Manchester United. Still, it's the last home game for the Reds and Anfield did not disappoint once again, appeared in full voices. A memorable match for Sami Hyypia who is leaving to Germany after 10 years of service in Liverpool Football Club. Robbie Keane returned to Anfield and got a goal himself too. Details of Sami Hyypia will be posted up next.

WBA 0 Liverpool 2
Gerrard 28, Kuyt 63

A match which Liverpool already knew that they are no longer in the title race. Nevertheless, the Reds put up a good game of football securing 2 goals win over WBA. Sadly for the home side, they are relegated after this defeat. Steven Gerrard and Dirk Kuyt both increased their season's tally.

You'll Never Walk Alone..

Friday, May 15, 2009

Hillsborough Memorial Game

Daglish's Legends 3 All Stars 1
Rush, Aldridge, Daglish - Sheringham

I managed to upload the videos of last night's Hillsborough Memorial Game. It's pleasing to see the legends coming back together playing a good game of football. Take a look at the goals!

Rush's Goal

Aldridge's Goal

Daglish's Goal

Sheringham's Goal

Lastly, this is the part when the whole Liverpool family comes together, singing You'll Never Walk Alone..

"All round the fields of Anfield Road, where was, we watched the KING KENNY plays, and could he play!"

You'll Never Walk Alone..

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Away Strip 09/10

The new Away Kit is out! For next season! It's not too bad!

Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres

Captain Stevie

Pepe Reina

You'll Never Walk Alone..

Stevie Hammered Hammers

West Ham 0 Liverpool 3
Gerrard 2, 38 Babel 85

A Steven Gerrard double and Supersub Ryan Babel came on to add another. A starting line up which saw Fernando and Stevie back again and their partnership just proved to be so important for Liverpool's future seasons just in 2 minutes. A through ball by Fernando was met nicely by Stevie G perfectly who didn't make any mistakes with his finish.

Steven Gerrard added the second after Torres was brought down in the penalty area. Up step Captain Stevie, but his shot was well saved by Robert Green. Fortunately for the Reds, the rebounded was finished off by the penalty taker.

With 2 goals up, Liverpool was cruising and controlling the game. Playing on the counter- attack, the home side were trying to attack the hard rock defence just in front of Pepe Reina.

Ryan Babel who was rumoured to be leaving the summer, came on in and scored the 3rd to finish off any hopes of comeback. A clean sheet, 3 goals, 3 points in the bag. With Manchester United 6 points above us, it's almost mission impossible for us to have any chance with only 2 more games to go in the league.

Nevertheless, it has been a good season for the Reds and the future is very bright for all the Liverpool fans to see. Keep the faith guys. ;)

You'll Never Walk Alone..

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Interesting Pictures..

Saw some interesting pictures on the net of our very own players! Take a look!

Fernando Torres in his nice formal top! Melted many girls I suppose. Look at the girl behind him!

Joey Barton's horrible tackle on our Xabi Alonso. Take a look at one of the fans reaction.

James Bond is here at Anfield! 007 is in town!

Lastly, our very own Mascherano! Look at his expression to the ref!

You'll Never Walk Alone..

Chasing the Race..

Liverpool 3 Newcastle 0
Benayoun 22, Kuyt 28, Lucas 87

Although Torres was ruled out the game injured, the rest of the Liverpool team didn't falter and continued to keep the pressure on leaders Manchester United. Steven Gerrard was welcomed back into the side where Newcastle had no chance against the home side.

It's nice to see Lucas scoring his first Premiership goal for Liverpool. A nice header from a Aurelio's cross from the right. Kuyt was terrorizing Alan Shearer's defence with his tireless runs. His cross to Yossi Benayoun and a diving header for himself. Well done Dirk!

Hull City 1 Liverpool 3
Geovanni 73, - Alonso 45 Kuyt 62, 89

Liverpool bounced back from the disappointing draw against Arsenal to beat relegation battling Hull City away from home. Alonso stunning volley gave Liverpool a lead just before half time while a Kuyt double killed off any hopes of a Hull comeback.

Liverpool 4 Arsenal 4
Torres 49, 72 Benayoun 56, 90 - Arshavin 36, 67, 70, 90

A crucial 2 points dropped against Arsene Wenger's game. A crazy game of 4-4 once again which somehow made it more difficult for Liverpool to chase leaders Manchester United. Individual mistakes from the back punished the home side badly whereby Arsenal's new signing Arshavin scoring 4 goals. Whether this game prove to be an important draw or it was the game which Liverpool lost 2 massive points, we shall see where we stands at the end of the season.

You'll Never Walk Alone..