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Posted 12/4/13
Well it looks like nobody has been on this board for a while now, so why not try and start it back up. We are just over a quarter of the way done with the season and the Redmen from Anfield currently sit 4th behind Arsenal, Chelsea, and Man City. We are tied on points with our rivals across Stanley Park but have a much better goal differential.

If anyone is still on these boards then lets talk about hopes, goals, and what is going on with our current situation.

In case you missed it today Luis Suarez put on one of the most impressive individual displays I have ever seen putting four goals past Norwich and providing the assist on the 5th and final goal during our impressive 5-1 victory at Anfield.

I honestly do not believe Champions League Football is out of our reach this season, but we do still have a long time before that is possible not to mention another Transfer Window in January.

So if there is anyone that is still active in this group lets chat, get to know each other and hope that our lads can secure a top 4 finish, or even better, bring home the title

The floor is now open!
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Posted 12/9/13
Well it looks like I'm alone here, but never walking alone. Anyway, I'm still going to post about that last fixture.

A mediocre West Ham club came into Anfield on Saturday and were pounded by our in form outfit in a match that was accompanied with as many as 3 own goals. The games scoring was opened with a West Ham own goal in the 42'. Suarez was denied at point blank by the Hammer's keeper Jaaskelainen but the ball cannoned off of Guy Demel to give Liverpool the lead just before the break.

The second goal was courtesy of Mamadou Sakho just after the break when Suarez won a free kick and Captain Steven Gerrard swung in a fine curling effort that Sakho clumsily managed to knock over the line in the 47' which doubled Liverpool's advantage.

The Irons managed to pull one back through a Martin Skrtel own goal after he managed to redirect Jarvis' header past his Belgian keeper Simon Mignolet in the 66'

However Liverpool reestablished their two lead cushion with a thumping Luis Suarez header in the 80' after being supplied a sublime ball from English right back Glen Johnson.

Two minutes later West Ham captain Kevin Nolan is sent off with a straight red for a cynical challenge on Jordan Henderson in which Nolan frustratingly stomped on the back of Hendo's calf.

Shortly after the sending off Suarez sealed the game by displaying some quality footwork and skill and then showing his shot power by blasting a shot off the back of O'Brien and taking a massive deflection before finding its way into the back of the net in the 84'. O'Brien was credited with the 3rd Own Goal of the match. Making the final Liverpool 4 and West Ham 1.

It was a great match to watch and moves the Reds up to second in the table after Man City drew with Southampton and Chelsea fell to a shock defeat at the hands of Stoke. Arsenal still sit a top of the league by 5 points after their draw with the Toffees yesterday at the Emirates. Man U sit 9th after losing back to back league home matches for the first time in 11 years. NICE!
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Posted 1/28/14
Well it appears this a dead group..

Today is the 222 Merseyside Derby! I'm almost sick with excitement and nerves. This is probably the most important Derby we have had in the past decade or two. Hopefully we see some magic today..

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