Good time to beat chelsea? - Is maurinho a sore loser, a liar or both

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Postby zarababe » Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:20 pm

. we have  Mmmmorientes.. Milan.. Gerrard.. Hypia... Carra  Finnan.. Risse.. Garcia.. Hamman..   to name a few .. who will suffice to beat them ..
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Postby KennyisGod....still » Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:59 pm

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Santa wrote:Chelsea are rattled! Maurinho is fast losing his "special one" tag. Two devastating losses on a trot at crunched time, I can see a thrid one coming up this Sunday. This is the best time to beat them. Losing Bridge and Robben have already affected the team and to push it in while they are having doubt among themselves will cap a perfect for the Reds.

While we are not exactly playing champagne football all season but I can see Rafa is building an effective team based on solid work ethics with a good dose of skills thrown in. Midweek's win against Laverkusen will surely give us a good boost going to Cardiff plus a pumped up Gerrard and Dudek wanting to prove the critics wrong...so c'mon you reds!!!

Anyone want to take a guess what Maurinho will moan about this Sunday after we carry the trophy back to Anfield?

Baros may want to prove the critics wrong also after CL performance........ :D

C'mon MILAN!

Be nice to see MILAN get two 1-0 victories this week !!   :cool:   :p
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Postby The_Rock » Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:33 am

anybody knows who is the ref ?

don't tell me it is ....THE BADDEST REF IN THE WORLD...IRON MIKE REILY.  :p
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Postby jack66 » Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:36 am

The_Rock wrote:anybody knows who is the ref ?

don't tell me it is ....THE BADDEST REF IN THE WORLD...IRON MIKE REILY.  :p

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Postby Ciggy » Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:39 am

Gallas is a doubt, and I dont think he will risk him, he will be a bit worried with the scum winning last night, Mourinho wants the prem they havent won it for 50 years, I think that will be his main objective, I dont thinks hes a bit interested in the Carling Cup.

Just hope our lads dont have the BS lead of 8 points over us on there minds.
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Postby The_Rock » Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:42 am

just heard, that robben had started training.....

well bring them all.......we can beat a full-strength chelsea.......................if & a BIG IF our player give 100%
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Postby jack66 » Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:48 am

The_Rock wrote:just heard, that robben had started training.....

well bring them all.......we can beat a full-strength chelsea.......................if & a BIG IF our player give 100%

Yep,i have read that on sky sports but they are sayin he could make a comeback against barca,he wont play today.
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Postby anfieldadorer » Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:13 pm

We have twice previously faced Chelsea on this day in history, losing on both occasions. We lost an FA Cup Sixth Round tie 2-0 at Anfield in 1932, while Michael Owen grabbed the consolation in our 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge in a Premiership meeting six years ago today.

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Postby Ciggy » Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:32 pm

Lets throw Cisse on if Robben comes on hey :D
The chelsea fans reckon Robbens playin lol :kungfu:
Even if he was fit it wouldnt matter we kept him quiet on both occastions :cool:
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