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Steven Gerrard has praised Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish for replacing high-earning fringe players
such as Joe Cole, Milan Jovanovic and Christian Poulsen with 'hungry' new talent during the
The club captain has suggested Anfield will be a better place without squad misfits such as Cole,
who has joined big-spending French side Lille on a season-long loan - in turn freeing up the former
Chelsea man's rumoured £90,000-a-week wages for new recruits.
AnfieldIndex Liverpool FC Stats | Liverpool FC Blog | Liverpool FC Forum It doesn't seem so long
ago, that I was writing the "What our team needs" series. That was back in April, and I identified
4 key areas that we needed to add some quality to the side.
Emiliano Insua has joined Portuguese side Sporting CP on a five-year deal.
The Argentine left-back spent last season on loan to Galatasaray and despite being a regular for
his country, he didn't figure in Liverpool's plans for the forthcoming season, especially since the
arrival of Jose Enrique and emergence of Jack Robinson.
In the second part of this two-part article, Guest writer Ryan McCarthy continues to explore the
influence and ideological impact of club legend Kenny Dalglish since his return to the managerial
hotseat at Liverpool Football Club.
Read part 1 here
These days it has become common practice for television cameras to zero in on Dalglish for his
reaction when Liverpool score, which is usually arms rising to the heavens; a smile as wide as the
Mersey; caught up in the infectious unbridled, childlike joy of the moment.
When Emiliano Insua broke into the Liverpool side in 2008 he looked like a teenager with a big
future ahead of him.
The Argentinean was raw but showed plenty of promise. Sadly that potential hasn't been
Insua played 31 league games in 2009/10 but too often was the weak link opponents looked to
On the very day monsieur Wenger and friends left Malaysia for China (click here
to see our Arsenal video!), Liverpool arrived in the capital city. Yes, we
literally had one hour to pack our stuff, leave and make it in time for the press
Latest rumours surrounding Serbian International, Milan Jovanovic appear to suggest that the player
has almost agreed personal terms with Belgian club Anderlecht.
His agent has claimed that a deal has almost been done between the two clubs and that all that
remains now is for the forward to agree his weekly wages with the club.
Over the last week Liverpool FC revealed that new signings Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam
would be wearing the No.14 and No.26 shirts respectively for 2011/12 campaign. They have added to
that update by confirming that Stewart Downing will wear the No.19 shirt formerly held by Ryan
Reports are emerging from France that Liverpool left-back Chris Mavinga is on the verge of a
move to Ligue 1 side Rennes. Mavinga, who was signed by Rafael Benitez back in 2009 from Paris
Saint Germain, is expected to undergo a medical with the French club on Tuesday as he has been
unable to force his way into the first team set-up at Anfield.
Liverpool finished their two game tour of Asia with an entertaining 6-3 victory over a Malaysian
XI in Kuala Lumpur today. Two goals each from David N'Gog and Maxi Rodríguez, as well as Charlie
Adam's first in a Liverpool shirt and one from Dirk Kuyt ensured that the large and vocal crowd
were sent home happy.
As much as I hate my birthday (and have since I turned 21), I'm actually publicly acknowledging it
this year for some reason. A moment of weakness, most likely.
So, with a lack of content worth scribbling about – at least until tomorrow's first friendly
against Guangzhou (8am on FSC in the US) – I thought I'd post a self-indulgent infographic
showing my age relative to Liverpool's squad from the season before.
As more and more Liverpool players and staff members make their appearance on Twitter, fans
continue scramble to see what they have to say about their personal lives, life day to day at the
club and maybe even get a personal response to a question.
You can now gain an at a glance overview of what the likes of Kenny Dalglish, Luis Suarez, Dirk
Kuyt, Glen Johnson, Lucas Leiva and new recruit Charlie Adam have to say from our current LFC
players and staff Twitter Stream.
While the believed transfers into Liverpool FC of Alexander Doni and Stewart Downing continue to
dominate Anfield related press, it has gone a little more quiet on the subject of a new left back
arriving at the club.
With the club believed to be looking to bolster the squad in that area, will it be the likes of
Cissokho, Baines, Enrique, Izaguirre etc arriving at the club or will Kenny Dalglish look to rely
on the likes of Aurelio, Agger, Flanagan and Johnson to fill the role in the 2011/12 season?
Look back at the usual starting eleven under Benitez in the 2008/2009 season, the season which
we mounted our strongest Premier League title challenge yet finishing 2nd. The usual players (not
in order of any sort) where:
Pepe Reina (Spanish)
Andrea Dossena (Italian)
Sami Hyypia (Finnish)
Steven Gerrard (English)
Daniel Agger (Danish)
Jamie Carragher (English)
Xabi Alonso (Spanish)
Yossi Benayoun (Israeli)
Albert Riera (Spanish)
David Ngog (French)
Fernando Torres (Spanish)
Emilano Insua (Argentinean)
Javier Mascherano (Argentinean)
Lucas Leiva (Brazillian)
by Thomas Atzenhoffer on The Bleacher Report April 6, 2011
Michael Regan/Getty ImagesAnother weekend for the Reds, and another group of injuries to deal with
at the back. The defensive ranks are left tattered once again as four top-choice defenders are all
The Reds look to Enlist new faces at the Back to Help Move the Club Forward.
by Rhydon Atzenhoffer on the Bleacher Report
March 23, 2011
Laurence Griffiths/Getty ImagesIt has been no secret this season that Liverpool have been in
desperate need of a quality left back. Roy Hodgson's purchase of Paul Konchesky was quite simply
never going to live up to life on Merseyside.
Liverpool's reported search for a first choice left back has reportedly led to PSV Eindhoven's Erik
Pieters. Anfield boss Kenny Dalglish is said to have expressed an interest in the adaptable 23 year
old who can also effectively fill the centre back berth, another area that the Merseyside club may
look to strengthen as defensive frailties became all to clear during recent pre-season matches.
Liverpool is considering a move for highly rated Uruguayan wing back Alvaro Pereira and have scouts
monitoring his performances at the Copa America finals where the FC Porto star has been displaying
The adaptable wide-man is one of many Estádio do Dragão stars considering their futures at the
Portuguese side following the departure of boss Andre Villas Boas to Chelsea.
Liverpool aim to fill the vacant left-back spot with the signing of Emilio Izaguirre from
The Honduras international has been a revelation in the Scottish Premier League since joining the
club for a fee that is officially undisclosed but reported to be no more than £600,000. Such has
been his impact in the SPL that he swept the board at the player of the year awards at the end of
the season despite his club only picking up the Scottish Cup.
Liverpool is reportedly planning an ambitious move to sign Arsenal left back Gael Clichy. Contract
talks between the French international and the North London club have broken down and with one year
left year on his Gunners deal Anfield director of football Damien Comolli is hoping to lure the 25
year old to Merseyside.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is expected to be offered the manager's position at Anfield on a
permanent basis in the coming weeks and the Scot is determined to conduct a significant clear out
at the end of the season. He then hopes to use funds raised by the sales, along with a transfer
budget handed to him by the club's owners in order to dramatically improve his current squad.
Looking Back at 2010 on the Liverpool Offside * January * February * March * April * May
* June/July *
"Unless I completely missed the point, July closed with something resembling optimism the 2-0
win over Rabotnicki to officially start the campagin wasn't grounds for title predictions, but it
seemed to be wholly positive despite the low level of the opposition.
Settimana a forti tinte italiane per le sfide europee: dopo la trilogia felice di Napoli, Inter e
Milan che vincono in Champions, fa bene anche l'Udinese che, zeppa di seconde linee, ottiene un
pari nella tosta tana di Glasgow, al Celtic Park contro gli scozzesi di Lennon. Perde, invece, la
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