With Howard Webb's inconsistencies, Jamie Carragher's likely contract extension, and finally
some news about the next stages of the NextGen Series, there's plenty to talk about that probably
doesn't need to devolve into wild screeching about why three at the back against Stoke means Kenny
Dalglish should be fired.
One of the great things about a Liverpool victory is that we can usually expect some sort of
highlight package to filter out in the hours and days after the match has ended. It's no secret
that we're quite fond of those videos around here from the brilliance of Luis Suarez at Fulham to
the five goal romp against Birmingham, we've celebrated the opportunity to reflect on quality
performances from the squad and its individuals.
So, have you done your democratic duty and voted in the Signing of the Season and Young Player
of the Season polls yet? Have you taken a spin or two by the sites of our season ending
pollstavaganza guest editors' sites Well Red, Unprofessional Foul, A Football Report, and Avoiding
the Drop lately?
Wait, what did you say Andy Gray was?
So, apparently there was a female assistant referee running the lines for the Wolves match.
Having noted that she got a potentially tricky call right when judging Meireles onside in the
lead-up to Torres' first goal though she then got a somewhat easier call on Maxi wrong as Torres
rippled the side netting before everybody realised the play had been flagged offside I quickly
forgot about her.
If there's one thing I hate about this whole "Ryan Babel tweeted a picture of Howard Webb in a
United shirt and now he's been fined £10k by the FA" situation, it's that the picture Babel used
was just hugely disappointing.
I mean, it's one that's been floating around the internet for at least a year now.
Out of the FA Cup, but a certainly a performance worthy of praise.
As predicted, today ended up being all about Kenny Dalglish's return once the Proactiv ads ended
that's all we heard about. Not negative of course, as it's what most of us wanted. It was as close
to surreal as things can get in football, and it was a joy to behold.