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toinou LFC

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  1. je vous poste une photo des que c'est fait !
  2. Ouh que non ! Hodgson avait même déclaré ne pas s'être interessé à suarez en dépit des rumeurs . DALGLISH l'a fait venir .
  3. L'artcile complet du guardian : http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/mar/05/eternal-love-pepe-reina-liverpool Très inquietant . A moins que FSG investisse massivement et rapidement cet été, pepe partira, c'est sur .
  4. Bon j'ai pris ma décision , ce sera celui de départ . J'irais voir le tatoueur à l'occasion quand j'irais à ajaccio pour qu'il me fasse un " devis" .
  5. Beau ! tu me donnes envie de faire le même ! j'hésite beaucoup !
  6. D'accord , merci pour les renseignements . Oui on y voit que du feu , ma mère a bien bossé .
  7. La taille te paraît équivalente ?
  8. Je ne l'ai pas encore fait , ma mère m'a fait une sorte de pochoir, pour voir ce que ca donnerait, et je trouves ca moi aussi très joli ! Etant donné que le tien est assez similaire, pourrais tu me donner un ordre de prix ? Merci TItus !
  9. Dans les prochaines années et s'il resigne réellement , pour moi kuyt jouera toujours un grand rôle dans la team mais plus en temps que titulaire à chaque match ... On l'adore tous mais on a besoin de dynamiteurs sur les ailes !
  10. http://www.footylounge.com/films//milankakabaros/andy-carroll-v-sunderland-01-11-2010-video_dce6113cc.html toutes les touchs de de notre new number 9 contre sunderland . Pas de but ou de dribbles de folies comme on peut en voir sur certaines vidéos de joueurs qui nous decoivent bien souvent par la suite . Non , sur cette video on peut clairement voir ce que carroll est suceptible de nous apporter .
  11. QUESTION : pensez vous qu'un stade de 65 000 places seraientt remplis pour tous les matchs de la saison ? Les places sont vraiment chers ( même si ce n'est rien comparé à certains autre clubs ), et je ne pense pas que ce serait le cas !
  12. His armband lied, he was no red, Torres, Torres. He's just a rent boy like the rest, Torres, Torres. In our backs he plunged his knife, I hope John Terry shags his wife, Fernando torres, he's injured once again
  13. C'est une lettre ouverte tirée d'EOTK si je ne m'abuse .
  14. http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/agger-i-like-kenny-s-style Daniel Agger believes Kenny Dalglish is attempting to install a positive mentality into Liverpool's playing style - and it's one he's relishing. The Dane feels the training methods Dalglish has implemented at Melwood have had the desired effect so far, with the Reds winning their last two matches in the Barclays Premier League to move up to seventh in the table. Agger told Liverpool's official matchday programme: "He's (Dalglish) such a big personality and his name is so big around this club and this city, it's unbelievable. He's been here for a few weeks now and I can say that I like his style of football. "I think every day, he is so positive in what he does - trying to get the team to go forward by playing football. I believe he can be really good for us. "In the team meetings and in training you can hear and by the different things we're working on that he really wants us to play positive football and how important it is to keep possession, not giving it away so easily. "He understands that long-term success happens with teams and not individuals so there has been a big emphasis on team spirit." Shortly after the confirmation of his appointment, Dalglish drafted in Steve Clarke to assist with the coaching of the squad at Melwood. Agger has been impressed with the manner in which the pair have worked together so far, and he's hopeful they will both have decisive roles to play in Liverpool's future. "Already you can see that he (Steve Clarke) is, and will hopefully in the future be, a positive influence on this club," he said. "He and Kenny look like a really good team and together I hope they can play a huge part in the club's future - not just in the short-term, but in the long-term as well. It is clear that they suit this club. "Obviously we need results but that's up to the players in the squad to make that happen too. "We have that spirit back under the new manager and that counts for a lot because if you have confidence, it's easier to achieve success. "You have seen in the past what some of the players here can do - there's no reason why we can't do it again." Since recovering from injury, Agger has started all five of Liverpool's games since Dalglish took over at the helm - and he remains adamant he sees his future at Anfield. The defender added: "I don't see why I shouldn't see my immediate future here because I have three or so years left on my contract and I intend to fulfil that. "I believe in the club and like the city, so why should I look anywhere else?"
  15. Pour les blessures/suspensions , tu as ceci : http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/team/first-team/injuries Et pour les stats : http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/team/first-team/statistics/season/2010+-+2011
  16. Suso qui va s'entraîner avec la first team , c'est bon ca !
  17. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/l/liverpool/9367115.stm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Liverpool chairman Tom Werner insists Kenny Dalglish will be given funds to strengthen the squad at Anfield. Dalglish has taken charge for the rest of the season at Anfield following the sacking of Roy Hodgson this month. "I would we devastated if we didn't see some improvement," Werner told BBC Sport. "We've identified some targets and hope we will be successful. "I expect progress, we've resources to improve, we're not driven by spending, but our team needs to get younger." The appointment of Anfield legend Dalglish, who made 355 appearances for the club and managed the team from 1985-1991, was hugely popular with the Liverpool fans, who had become disillusioned with Hodgson. Dalglish began his new spell with two defeats and a draw but Werner said: "We feel very confident we're making progress. There's not an overnight success, our squad has been inconsistent and we expect to improve it short term. Discuss Liverpool issues "Kenny's got many of the qualities we've looked for in a manager, he has the confidence of the players and we'll start to see better results." Regarding Hodgson, who was dismissed after less than six months at the helm having won only seven of 20 Premier League matches, Werner said: "He may not have been the right man for Liverpool at this time. "We felt we needed to change. We handled it with dignity, I think quite highly of him and we all take some responsibility for what has been an inconsistent season." Attendances at Anfield dropped significantly towards the end of Hodgson's reign and Werner added: "We were aware of the fans point of view - in a perfect world we wouldn't have had to make the change but we're in a results business."
  18. LA CLASSE ! "lady in red " ( peut être pas sans rapport ? )
  19. http://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/super-agent-zahavi-liverpool-transfer-talks-1387871 Cohérrent avec la réunion de ce week-end . J'ai quand même l'impression que ca va bouger durant cette fin de mercato.
  20. http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/miss-world-and-105-other-celebrity-lfc-fans
  21. http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england/2011/01/12/2301872/exclusive-kenny-dalglish-considering-dietmar-hamann-for EXCLUSIVE: Kenny Dalglish Considering Dietmar Hamann For Liverpool Return As Coach New boss keen to make further changes to his backroom staff By Wayne Veysey | Chief correspondent Jan 12, 2011 12:55:00 PM Dietmar Hamann is a contender to return to Liverpool as part of Kenny Dalglish’s new-look backroom staff, Goal.com UK can disclose. Hamann, who is mid-way through a one-year player-coach contract at MK Dons, has not played since October 30 because of injury. He has ambitions to move in to coaching full time when he hangs up his boots and is believed to welcome the opportunity to be reunited with Liverpool. The former Germany international played 299 games in seven years at Anfield, where he was a firm favourite with supporters and was a key member of the 2005 Champions League-winning side and the team that won the treble in 2001. Dalglish, who has already brought former Chelsea and West Ham No.2 Steve Clarke on to the Liverpool coaching staff as first team coach, has begun a shake-up of the backroom team in alliance with the club’s director of football strategy Damien Comolli. Former chief scout Eduardo Macia, a key ally of ex-boss Rafael Benitez, left the club last week along with five other scouts, most of whom were appointed by the Spaniard. Roy Hodgson’s former No.2 Mike Kelly has also parted company with the Merseysiders.
  22. Il parle quand même super bien notre kenny , la marque des grands ! En 2 interviews, il adit plus de belles choses ou de choses amusantes que roy et rafa réunis .
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