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No, not ex girlfriends, ex players. Was watching Revista De La Liga on Sky and noticed our very own Riccy Carvalho scoring Madrids 1st league goal under Jose`s management and thought it would be nice to keep up with the players who have left us lately. Also noticed Ballack got a bad shin injury on the weekend which will keep him out for nearly 2 months. Another ex player has had a great start at his new club, got sent off, banned and missed a penalty. Shame.

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No, not ex girlfriends, ex players. Was watching Revista De La Liga on Sky and noticed our very own Riccy Carvalho scoring Madrids 1st league goal under Jose`s management and thought it would be nice to keep up with the players who have left us lately. Also noticed Ballack got a bad shin injury on the weekend which will keep him out for nearly 2 months. Another ex player has had a great start at his new club, got sent off, banned and missed a penalty. Shame.

The main one I'm curious about, this seaosn anyways, is Stoch. Ive yet to see any real coverage via the football channel/shows I subscribe to. I suppose its time to check via google.

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No, not ex girlfriends, ex players. Was watching Revista De La Liga on Sky and noticed our very own Riccy Carvalho scoring Madrids 1st league goal under Jose`s management and thought it would be nice to keep up with the players who have left us lately. Also noticed Ballack got a bad shin injury on the weekend which will keep him out for nearly 2 months. Another ex player has had a great start at his new club, got sent off, banned and missed a penalty. Shame.

I thought I would post this one, because the quality is fantastic and its great to see Riccy getting forward and scoring (and celebrating). Who would have guessed he would finish the break when they have all that offensive talent?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iqrlWDXWDE&feature=player_embedded

Top defender and top man, hopefully he can help them crush Barca this year

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That subject line even got Jeremy Kyle to register.

I like to follow Brendan Rodger's progress as I reckon he'll be a "very successful manager" in the years to come also has the bonus of keeping an eye on Scott Sinclair.

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Not a player, but this is another classic from the Special One:

"Karim Benzema is intelligent and I hope he knows what he has to do to play more. It's easy. You can see the game very well from the bench... The way the opposing defense moves, the changes in positioning, the aggressiveness... It's a perfect spot. He will understand sooner or later."

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There looked like more people at a league 1 game then at anfield tonight

I flicked over and though the dippers must have been naughty somewhere, why else was the game being played behind closed doors with only the opposition fans allowed in.

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Now that I think about it I don't really remember who that w**ker was.

FFS, you'd think he dug out Ossie's ashes and ejaculated on them. He might be playing for Liverpool, bu Cole remains a big part of our history and we have so, so much to be thankful to him in 7 years. The very least he deserves is a little respect ( at least until he kisses the cock - that of either scum team).

It's really just not on, mate. :mad:

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FFS, you'd think he dug out Ossie's ashes and ejaculated on them. He might be playing for Liverpool, bu Cole remains a big part of our history and we have so, so much to be thankful to him in 7 years. The very least he deserves is a little respect ( at least until he kisses the cock - that of either scum team).

It's really just not on, mate. :mad:

He showed his fans no respect when he left without even a "thank you" after 7 years of second to none amazing supprot and fantastic wages we helped to pay. So why does he deserve our respect?

He had it for 7 years and then threw it away to get in bedwith his new fans right away. It was his choice and his actions that made it so.

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Just saw his interview with the EPL preview show, honestly he is deluded by the fact that he couldn't understand how come he wasn't starting games last season, and says that this was one of his main reasons for leaving. Honestly, he hasn't kissed their badge or anything of sort, but his rambling that Liverpool is a team with history, and that his decision was easily made while selecting a team to join is a spit in the face of many Chelsea supporters. I liked the guy, but he was no savior and to be honest, apart from a couple of highlight goals, he has never set the world alight to be a regular starter. Even Jose, while Joe was supposed to be in his prime, never really opted to use him if an alternative was there. And the thing that really gets to me is his speech how Anfield atmosphere is something else, it's something special! Really, as special as 41,000 Chelsea fans cheering for you when you scored against Man Utd, as special as Chelsea supporters wanting to keep you through thick and thin, even though you've been injured for a year and half, and really haven't shown any type of form?!

anyway that was my rant!

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He showed his fans no respect when he left without even a "thank you" after 7 years of second to none amazing supprot and fantastic wages we helped to pay. So why does he deserve our respect?

He had it for 7 years and then threw it away to get in bedwith his new fans right away. It was his choice and his actions that made it so.

So it takes one fluffy PR-infused interview to earn the "w****r" brand, does it? If all it takes for an ex player to be so unapologetically scorned is a mildly praising interview, exactly how many great players are we left with to remember? What if Zola mentioned something about Spammers' support while he was there, what if Wilkins said a good word about United fans in the 80s and Osgood gave a friendly cheer to Southampton fans after a good game?

Jesus Christ, that's typical keyboard warrior nonsense.

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So it takes one fluffy PR-infused interview to earn the "w****r" brand, does it? If all it takes for an ex player to be so unapologetically scorned is a mildly praising interview, exactly how many great players are we left with to remember? What if Zola mentioned something about Spammers' support while he was there, what if Wilkins said a good word about United fans in the 80s and Osgood gave a friendly cheer to Southampton fans after a good game?

Jesus Christ, that's typical keyboard warrior nonsense.

What on earth is that about? Barry gave his views, hardly keyboard warrior like at all. And I happen to agree completely with him, Joe has barely mentioned the support he received from us over the years whilst praising everything the scousers do. Now I have no problem with him talking up the dippers, its what all new players will do and understandably so. But to almost completely ignore us fans who have supported him through thick and thin (and unfortunately its been more thin than thick) is nothing short of ridiculous.

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What on earth is that about? Barry gave his views, hardly keyboard warrior like at all. And I happen to agree completely with him, Joe has barely mentioned the support he received from us over the years whilst praising everything the scousers do. Now I have no problem with him talking up the dippers, its what all new players will do and understandably so. But to almost completely ignore us fans who have supported him through thick and thin (and unfortunately its been more thin than thick) is nothing short of ridiculous.

::clap2:: exactly.

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in an interview with Talksport yesterday, the £100k per week Joker says that Steven Gerrard deserves to win the title, he loves life on Merseyside, the fans the people blah blah blah. he's looking forward to the game against Man U because games against Man U are always special. this is very much from a Liverpool persepctive. he doesn't mention the goal he scored against them last season, not a word about winning the title - nothing,

in fact he manages to avoid all mention of Chelsea, even when finally asked how he'll feel about returning to his former club. he says he still has a lot of friends there and that it'll be a special day for him. however, the impression i got was that the question embarrassed him and he couldn't wait to get back to bigging up all things Liverpool.

you can hear the full interview here:

Joe Cole Interview

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Scott Parker is West Ham's saviour.

Liked him at Chelsea, but was never going to get into our team on a regular basis and I think he's found a club he can make a larger impact at in West Ham

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What on earth is that about? Barry gave his views, hardly keyboard warrior like at all. And I happen to agree completely with him, Joe has barely mentioned the support he received from us over the years whilst praising everything the scousers do. Now I have no problem with him talking up the dippers, its what all new players will do and understandably so. But to almost completely ignore us fans who have supported him through thick and thin (and unfortunately its been more thin than thick) is nothing short of ridiculous.

His views just happen to be shrill, unreasonable, immature and incostistent. Hence, keyboard warrior. I'm not denying him the right to his views, but I am perfectly entitled to giving my opinion on them.

Joe maybe deserves criticism for failing to specifically heap praise on our continuous support of him, but that hardly justifies the "w****r" branding, does it? I distinctly remember him mentioning that "fans loved him" when the news of him joining the dippers emerged. For all we know, he might have more good words to say about us, but his career is far from over and he's putting his image before his gratitude. For all we remember, he never said anything in praise of Spammers' fans back in 2003. I'm not excusing him for doing that, I think it's shameful and disrespectful to supporters, but it hardly deprives him of the courtesy of basic decency when talking about him.

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His views just happen to be shrill, unreasonable, immature and incostistent. Hence, keyboard warrior. I'm not denying him the right to his views, but I am perfectly entitled to giving my opinion on them.

Joe maybe deserves criticism for failing to specifically heap praise on our continuous support of him, but that hardly justifies the "w****r" branding, does it? I distinctly remember him mentioning that "fans loved him" when the news of him joining the dippers emerged. For all we know, he might have more good words to say about us, but his career is far from over and he's putting his image before his gratitude. For all we remember, he never said anything in praise of Spammers' fans back in 2003. I'm not excusing him for doing that, I think it's shameful and disrespectful to supporters, but it hardly deprives him of the courtesy of basic decency when talking about him.

Tell you what, you go back and show me where he calls him a w**ker.

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