Normally a player can look great on tubes, but one of the things that's encouraging for me is just the amount of youtube videos on him
This Rooney hating has gone too far now! I'm outside Old Traffod and there's a guy burning small effigies of Rooney and selling them to fans!Oh, hang on... Sorry!! It's a baked potato stand...
Didn't El Hadji Spit do it?
Didn't El Hadji Spit do it?King Kenny, Keegan..
How come Aquilani wasn't in the squad today?
Solving the drought in East Africa with his fancy flicks.
It is a gesture for The Kop, The Club, and the city. The club and the people mean a lot to me, but what the words means in themselves is that you have stop to think once in a while that no matter how dark things look, we are never alone.
hate to say it but El nipple?
I trust the King, but if we lose a few more on the trot now - he may have to step aside, and we have to purchase another manager in the middle of the season. If we are relegated, this could be the end of our ambitions to win any title the next 100 years.
Fowler got 5 did he not?
If Ayre got £25m out of them he's willing to fuck all the female members of my family on Sunday's.
We're so shite we went to war with the french last night, they surrendered, and still won the bloody thing.
He sure did
Some freckled fruit.
He did not!http://www.liverweb.org.uk/report.asp?rec_id=5104That was in the second leg.http://www.liverweb.org.uk/report.asp?rec_id=5105
Not on his debut, he got one then, away at Craven Cottage. Then 5 in the second leg....Bit harsh on Fairclough that.
One day, people will hopefully look back and say "I was there son. I was there the year that Spurs won nothing again."
It's not your night for being a few seconds too late!
Didn't Carra score on his Premiership debut?
If it acts like a cock and a banner appears on the kop with its name written down the shaft of a cock, it probably is...
Jamie Carragher ?
He signed a professional contract in October 1996 and then made his first team debut under Roy Evans' management three months later in the second leg of the League Cup semi-final against Middlesbrough, coming on as a substitute for Rob Jones. Next came his Premiership debut, again coming on as a substitute, against West Ham United. He then started the next game against Aston Villa and marked the occasion with his first goal (a header in front of the Kop) in a 3–0 win to temporarily take the side to the top of the table, but Liverpool finished the season in fourth place.
The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek. - Joseph Campbell
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