Unarmed, yet Shot SIX times. Murdered by the Police. Disgrace #Justice4MichaelBrown

4/10/2012 03:50:00 pm

Angry Aldo blasts: 'Disrespectful' Benitez flop was 'not good enough' for LFC...

Anfield legend John Aldridge has hit back at former Reds striker Milan Jovanovic for dissing the city of Liverpool, and for advising his Anderlecht team-mate Matias Suarez to avoid a move to Anfield.

A few days ago, Jovanovic - who was effectively Rafa Benitez's final signing - made it clear that he didn't enjoy his time in England:

"I shed lots of tears in England. I felt unhappy every day over there.

"London is a nice place to live but everywhere else is depressing. I have advised Suarez not to move to Liverpool.

"They'll throw a lot of money at him but he should opt for Italy"


The Serb's comments enraged proud scouser Aldridge, who tore into Jovanovic in his column for the Liverpool Echo, accusing him of 'disrespecting' the club and the city:

"I couldn't believe it when I read that Milan Jovanovic has been slaughtering Liverpool. Jovanovic said he spent most of his time crying when he was at Liverpool and felt unhappy every day in the city.

"Well, I shed a tear every time I saw Jovanovic walk out on that pitch. He shouldn’t have been anywhere near our football club because he wasn’t good enough"


To be fair to Jovanovic, it sounds like he was just making a general (benign) comment on English culture/weather/quality of life rather than specifically dissing Liverpool FC.

Jovanovic scored two goals in 18 games for LFC, but never managed to find the net in the Premier League. This suggests Aldo is right that he wasn't good enough, but he was in and out of the team so much that it's hard to make say one way or the other.

To be brutally honest, if I had the choice of swapping Andy Carroll or Stewart Downing for Jovanovic right now, I would take it.

Jaimie Kanwar




SITE UPDATE: COMMENT POLICY
11 August 2014


Reasoned, adult discussion is the name of the game on this site, so please bear in mind the following when posting comments:

* ALL views are welcome, and if someone's football-related opinion doesn't fit your pre-conceived notion of what constitutes an LFC 'fan', then tough luck.

* Good-natured banter is fine, but posts containing personal insults, belittlement, sniping, deliberate antagonism etc (directed at fellow posters, players, managers, rival fans etc) will be deleted.


* Attack the argument, not the person. Repeat offenders will be banned.

* Posts moaning about 'negativity' will also be deleted. The aim of this site is 'critical realism about LFC', so please expect a critical/analytical approach, and be prepared to have your opinion challenged.

* Txt spk is outlawed. Please write in proper sentences, and avoid using abbreviations like LOL, PMSL etc.

* The site owner welcomes and encourages disagreement, but only if opposing views are presented in line with the guidelines above.


Ultimately, it's simple: be as vehement and passionate as you like, but please remain civil at all times. Thank you.


85 Comments :

Dconroy said...

bet he wasnt crying when he logged onto his HSBC every week.

Septimus_red said...

He have shed tears of JOY at his free transfer and signing on fee.
Can anyone tell me is John Aldridge one of the people that called for rafa to go ?

Philip Dean said...

na i would keep andy carroll, still think he will come good. I am not going down the road of not liking players anymore as the last time i did that i got egg on my face with Lucas.

Jaimie K said...

Nuts magazine ran an alleged interview with Aldo in Jan 2010, wherein he called for Benitez to be sacked.  A couple of days later, he denied ever conducting the interview:

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-fc/liverpool-fc-news/2010/01/12/reds-legend-john-aldridge-denies-calling-for-liverpool-fc-boss-rafa-benitez-to-be-sacked-100252-25581088/ 

Make up your own mind :-)

Philip Dean said...

weather,quality of life, he was born in yugoslavia!!! my god I know liverpool has its moments but fuckin hell you dont here of the locals kicking around doing a bit of ethnic cleansing!! Jesus, fuck me i went to war for 25 grand a year, never mind liverpool for 90 grand a week!!!

LFCFANYNWA said...

you would swap carroll or downing for jovanovic? thank god your not liverpool manager

Ericthered said...

God , Even as a Liverpool and Republic of Ireland  fan , I cannot stand listening to John Aldridge . He's always moaning about something or other

Ericthered said...

I'm not one for slating players myself but I'm sick of so called football experts like , Lawro , Keegan and Chris Waddle telling us Carroll will come good .. I just can't see it happening , in fact , you would be hard pushed to name a worse no 9 to ever represent the club

Septimus_red said...

Thanks Jaimie,

Also I'd like to send you something very interesting privately where should I send it to ?

RedChica said...

Who knows, if Jovanovic could play in Rafa's team, he could have come good. But he was signed by Rafa and played for Hodgson's team, and Hodgson didn't even know how to play Agger, Johnson or Meireles... They were 'too creative' for his liking.

But his moaning is of course laughable. Should have left without any attention from the Liverpool side though... looks a bit too defensive from Aldo.

RedX said...

I'm curious to know on what basis you would swap Jovanovic for Downing and Carroll. He was on a reportedly higher wage than Downing and Carroll and that was one of the main reasons we sold him. I think he was not a bad player, he seemed to have good vision, but was mostly played on the wing rather than as a goal poacher, and that comical attempt at a diving header vs Arsenal must have done his reputation no good either.

The biggest problem I think LFC have been having recently is not playing to the strengths of our players, mainly because they have been played out of position. We seem to buy players and not know how to utilize them well.

Philip Dean said...

el hadji diouf must be worse surley and voronin was number 10 and he was utter crap!

Ericthered said...

I was never a fan of Diouf but he did score goals and look a threat occasionally. I though Voronin was good in Dog the Bounty hunter though

Jaimie K said...

Jovanovic cost nothing by scored two goals in 9 starts. Downing and Carroll cost a combined 55m and they've scored 3 league goals between them this season.

Who is better value for money?

Septimus_red said...

I like Aldridge at least he says what many fans think.
Unlike :John Barnes,Alan Hansen,Mark Lawrenson whom have all failed to criticise Kenny Dalglish when it's deserved.Aldridge is a Liverpool fan not a Kenny or Rafa fan...the same cannot be said of Barnes, Hansen & Lawernson.
How Hansen has critised Arsenal,Man City & Chelsea all season but NOT ONCE criticised Liverpool is beyond me.

Even Gary Neville criticised Man United this season in his Sky Sports role and in his column. 

Jaimie K said...

You can send it to:

editor@liverpool-kop.com. Cheers.

Roythe Red said...

Jovanovic was deployed on the left wing for some strange reason, so he was in and out (mainly out). But free transfers was what we were reduced to at the time. May have been better out and out striker but never got the chance. Bet he would have done better tha AC.

LFCluva said...

I'd swap Carroll maybe but not Downing. Maybe with someone eager to get on the end of crosses instead of falling all over the pitch, we would see Downing contribute more assists. He was brought in especially to provide width and crosses and especially for AC9(I'm copyrighting this) but if he's no where near the box what does Downing do? Hopefully we'll see Downing's true worth next season when he has someone else at the end of his crosses/runs

Roythe Red said...

Carroll is about as good as he's going to get, can't handle the price tag. we'll never win anything with Mucas either, four years two good games.

Iwantbox said...

Slightly off point here but my friend was talking to John Aldridge in a pub in Ireland a little over two weeks ago. When he asked him his opinion on Carroll as a striker, he basically said he should of never been bought I the first place not sure how close Aldo is to the club or Kenny these days but I think within Liverpool they realise they have bought a dud.    

Jako said...

Don't fret too much on what Jovanovic is saying. The lad (Matias Suarez) must be another bunch of crap otherwise he wouldn't be playing in Belgium. We need players who play in a top league not sunday league!

Jaimie K said...

I would swap Carroll for Jovanovic on the same basis as I would trade being shot for being stabbed: i.e. one hurts less than the other.

Gioargy said...

you can start watching tennis then ...

Gioargy said...

mmm, numbers again, well you better right about logistics than football mate ;)

MackemScouse said...

You clown, how time passing helps the rose tinted view. Jovanovic was useless in every performance that he wore the red shirt, and clearly had no place at our club. He was also too old to improve. Not the case with Carroll, Henderson or Downing.

You really will say anything to undermine KD, who you clearly want out, as well as anything he is associated with. Jovanovic was a terrible signing, and you know it, god knows what you would have said about him if Kenny had signed him.

Howard said...

get a life jamie

Jim G said...

Don't put ideas in our heads, JK!!!

Septimus_red said...

I want to know how you know that Jaimie...personally I've never been shot or stabbed (touch wood).
Have you led a charmed life ?...:-)

truekopite said...

just as a point of intrest jk, it is widely accepted that being stabbed is more painful than being shot.....intresting eh!!!!

Dave Pickard said...

"To be brutally honest, if I had the choice of swapping Andy Carroll or Stewart Downing for Jovanovic right now, I would take it."

What a ridiculous comment! Andy Carroll is a 22 y.o. with obvious talent who even when playing badly has been better than Jovanovic ever was in a Liverpool shirt

RedX said...

Then I'd chose none. ;)

Geh54 said...

he laughed all the way to the bank, he was a crap player, a cheap import, how he dares to say that, (if he did say it) is out of order, lets hope Suarez takes no notice, if any player comes here and does the business he will be a hero, if not he will cry in his hotel room aahhh! big tart!

Spc said...

Next season he is 29!!!

truekopite said...

i have noticed that no-one has chose at any point, or at least no-one i have seen, to ever compare benitez's signings to kenny's (in his second spell) i thought it might be intresting to see what people thought so did the research myself. The following is not taking into account the prices paid for the players as that is irrelevant but rather the players success at the club. Also i have only included players who were bought to play first team football or youngsters who made first team apperances.

Benitez
Flops:                                            Success:
Josemi,                                           Xabi Alonso,
Antonio Nunez,                                Luis Garcia,
Mauricio Pelligrino,                             Pepe Reina,
Fernando Morientes,                          Peter Crouch,
Scott Carson,                                   Dan Agger,
Bolo Zenden,                                    Robbie Fowler,
Mo Sissoko,                                      Fabio Aurelio,
Mark Gonzalez,                                 Dirk Kuyt,
Jan Kromkamp,                                  Alvaro Arbeloa,
Craig Bellamy (1st spell),                    Javier Mascherano,
Gabriel Palletta,                                Lucas Leiva,
Jermaine Pennent,                             Fernando Torres,
Nabil El Zhar,                                    Yossi Benayoun,
Sebastian Leto,                                 Martin Skrtel,
Andriy Voronin,                                  Glen Johnson,
Ryan Babel,                                       Maxi Rodriguez,
Charles Itandje,
Emiliano Insua,
Philip Degan,
Andrea Dossena,
Diego Cavalieri,
David N'Gog,
Robbie Keane,
Albert Riera,
Alberto Aqualiani,
Soto Kyriakos,
Daniel Ayala,
Daniel Pacheco,
Damien Plessis,
Milan Jovanovic,

Now this is obly just over a 50% success rate in signings but that number drops dramatically when you included the endless list of youngsters that benitez signed that never quite made the grade. I feel i have also been very flexible with the terms of success with certain players (crouch, fowler, aurelio, benayoun and maxi) but there is also a case to be argued that a couple of players were not flops ( Sissoko, Riera, bellamy and Aqualiani) but were just mis-used or not given a chance, an opinion i am sure many have, but even with these possible changes, benitezs sucess in the transfer market is still well below the 50% mark. Now look at dalglish.n This is taken from his second spell in charge and again only players who have played or were bought to play first team football.

Dalglish
Flops:                                             Success:
Andy Carroll,                                    Luis Suarez,
Stewert Downing,                             Sebastian Coates,
Jordan Henderson,                            Jose Enrique,
Charlie Adam,
Alexander Doni,

Again we see it is just over 50% but if you take into account kenny's first spell in charge this number greatly increases (rush, barnes, beardsley, mcmahon to name a few). Again i accept that many will have their own thoughts on weather suarez and coates are on the right side and i respect that opinion but i believe they are on the right side.and even if you do change their place, kennys successes in the transfer market in his first spell ensures that he still remains with a rate well above the 50% rate.
I suppose my point is that Kenny has only just began to form his own team in the grand scheme of things and that if people are calling for his head based soley on the successes of his signings then they need to see the bigger picture as i believe the facts speak for themselves. YNWA.

Chris said...

benitez maybe working overtime now with his "agents" to get him a new job. But no one is going to forget how he dismantled the team. At least the bosses at Inter had the benefit of seeing what he did here to sack him before he took Inter apart for "not supporting him enough with transfer funds".

Felderkirk said...

Steady on mate...

Jeff said...

What is it with you, Jamie. It seems you can't even write an article about Jovanovic without criticizing the our current players. Talk about being disrespectful! I respect you for making sure that the comments on your articles is kept in an appropriate langue and without personal attacks, but every article you poste has the same agenda and conclusion. Try to be a little objective for a change. Embarrassing!

lowee78 said...

dont remember jovanovic scoring a winner eh???

Michael said...

Are you sure you still want Jovanovic back?? You can find statistics to back up your fundamentally flawed arguments. You are very good at cutting and pasting, however, Jaimie you have no idea about football.

Fadzly83 said...

So according to your sense, to be a liverpool fan, we need to criticise kenny? For god sake.

Fadzly83 said...

Seconded

h8utd said...

don't remember jovanovic doing anything whatsoever. 

Fadzly83 said...

Good post mate.

Bekim said...

Just cos he played for Lfc he thinks he has right to comment on everything. He used to slagg Benitez off at every chance he's got. I also think he's thick as I saw him talk on Lfc tv. I'm beginning to hate lots of ex reds now cos they talk so much shit especially him cos he was at Benitez's case non stop. Thicko.

Slaveqb said...

hold on pal,if the rubbish that you have come out with makes sense to you then you should also take into account that the money kenny has spent including player sales rafa never had the luxury of.The fact that rafa made lfc number 1 in europe and kenny has made us a mid table team at best with his financial backing is just NOT GOOD ENOUGH.Ask anyone with a football brain what they think of kennys superstar assembled squad and they'd tell you the players are just not good enough 'kennys players'his best performers have been rafa's players bar suarez and enrique.Playing downing ahead of maxi is beyond belief henderson ahead of kuyt,and signing the plumber from blackpool charlie adam,what a load of garbage championship player playing for a not so long ago european giant is criminal who's to blame kenny FACT.

SLAVEQB said...

rafa benitez is the best manager lfc has had in the last 2 decades,would love to see him back at lfc but can't see it happening hope he gets a club where he gets the backing of the owners and sorts out all the twats who criticised him for playing negative football with a two man team LONG LIVE RAFA YNWA.

Jaimie K said...

Sorry, but if you don't like it then don't read them. I'm not going to change :-)

Simon said...

He was rubbish

Another "free" signing. Bar exorbitant signing on fee and immense wages

This what happens when owners only provide a £10.5 million transfer budget per season

Simon said...

That sounds very suspect..... Beware Jaimie

WBA18 said...

If I had the chance of living in Milan rather than Liverpool I'd choose the former at the drop of a hat. Let's face it, Liverpool's no London and it's just not an area that's going to keep international players happy in the long run if they're concerned about where they live.

truekopite said...

you obviously didnt understand my post and clearly dont have a footballing brain yourself. benitez made us champions of europe but we certainly wern't number 1 in europe, we never faced barca, madrid, bayern munich being european champions doesnt make you the best in europe. if that were the case then under jose mourinho FC Porto were the best team in europe. you are utterly delusional.
the point of my post was that we are in a trasitional period where kenny is trying to build his own team. benitez was given the time to build his own team and so should kenny be given time. fact is the football we play is far prettier than anything we played under benitez. listen i didnt hate benitez, in fact quite the opposite, but it would be the wrong decision to turn back to him without giving kenny a fair crack at the whip. Also as point of fact the team that as you say made us number 1 in europe was vastly gerard houlliers team. Secondly the players you mention, kuyt and maxi, didnt exactly hit the ground running at the club did they? why is it that while they were given time to adjust to the club you are so quick to dismiss the chance of downing, carroll, hendo and adam doing the same? they have the quality, you only have to see how they played at their other clubs to know that, so why shouldnt they be given time to 'bed in'! a season is a short amount of time in reality especially when you consider the lengths of their contracts. Fact is every manager makes signings that dont work, including the great benitez, as my post clearly states, But to judge a player after a season is silly, even more son when you consider, with the exception of downing, their reletivly young ages. Downings first season with villa didnt exactly set the world alight but then look at his last, he was arguably the best winger in the country that year. you are typical of todays generation of football fans who expect instant sucess without thinking about how it is achived, you want every player who is signed to be a lional messi or a cristiano ronaldo, someone who is going to dribble the ball round ten men then lob the goalie with a cute flick when what you forget is that messi and ronaldo can also pass a ball 2 yards if it is the best choice at the time they do the things you dont remember well. our greatest teams of the 70's and 80's didnt have 11 of these types of players, that isnt what made us the great club that we were, we just had a squad of 20+ men who wanted to play for the club and were willing to work hard for each other, ok we had the odd world beater in there, your barnes's, dalglish's, hanson's and beardsley's but what would they have achived without your mcmahons, toshacks, rushes, lawros etc etc etc. get a grip and stop thinking that things are so bad when they arn't. ok our league form hasn't been great but as i say we play some great football and at the end of the season we could end up with more trophies than the money rich team of so called world beaters manchester city and at the end of the day isnt trophies that is what will essentially define a club in future years. in 50 years time will anyone remember that the 2011/2012 season was the year that liverpool fc finished 7/8/9 th in the league or will it be remembered as the year that liverpool fc won the league cup (still a historic important competition weather you choose to believe it or not) and possibly the fa cup as well. i know which i will remember. YNWA

Gaz said...

Funny, you say Downing and Carroll have scored a combined 3 league goals between them this season, I was almost certain that even you admitted that Jovanovic that the 2 goals Jovanovic scored weren't league goals. Yep, that's exactly what you said, "but never managed to find the net in the Premier League". Carroll hasn't really been given a fair go, like many strikers, he is a confidence player, and his confidence is down and has been down all season because he hasn't been given a run of games. Try giving him a run of 10 games or so and then slate him if he doesn't come good after that. You can't blame Downing's lack of assists for our lack of goals. He sets up a lot of chances but no one finishes them off.

Nrajyv said...

And can U listen to Jamie???

Gaz said...

To be a Liverpool fan, we shouldn't be heaping praise on them so blindly, if they aren't up to scratch and deserve to be criticised, then we should criticise them. As fans, if someone good happens, let them know, if someone bad happens, let them know

Gaz said...

Oh come on, Benitez was in charge for a lot longer and although he signed a lot more players, he never had the transfer kitty that Dalglish has had. Had Benitez had've had 100mil+ that Dalglish has had, we would have had players like Dani Alves, Rafinha, Cristiano Ronaldo (when he was at Sporting Lisbon), among others. You can't take Rafa's youth signings into consideration and had it not been for Rafa, we would have still had a youth system in the dark ages. As a player, Mauricio Pellegrino may have been a flop, but he was never brought in for his playing capacity, he was brought in for his coaching, and in a coaching capacity, he was instrumental in integrating the zonal marking system, making us one of, if not the best defensive side in the Premier League. When Rafa was in charge, he had to make his transfer policy a bargain basement type thing because of the funds available. When dealing with cheaper players, it is really a hit and miss thing. You have also put in players in the flop category like Soto Kyriakos, who was certainly not a flop. Bolo Zenden also wasn't a flop. At the end of the day, the amount of successes Rafa had is more than enough to make up a football side, with players in every position. KK has not had that success. You may then say but KK has only been in charge a little over a year and has only had 3 transfer windows in which to deal with. Then let's have a look at how Rafa went in his first transfer windows. There are at least 4 players he got in his first 3 transfer windows that can be regarded as successes, Reina, Alonso, Garcia, Aurelio

Gaz said...

We certainly were number 1 in Europe, that is a fact, brought on by stats over a 5 year period, so not Houllier's side. And if we are going to go down that path, during KK's first reign, he inherited Joe Fagan's side. We did face Barca and beat them on the way to the CL final. We did face Real Madrid and beat them 4-0. Under Rafa, we regularly made at least the Quarter Final and made the Final twice in three years, winning it one of those times. So, yes, we actually were the number 1 side in Europe, and we were feared in Europe. Under Rafa, we were also a top 4 and more times than not, a top 3 side in the PL. The respected Spanish journalist Guillem Balague has been quoted as saying that with the budget Rafa had, that realistically, we were a top 6 side, so for Rafa to have us playing in 4 competitions and challenging in all of them, we were well and truly punching above our weight. Under Rafa, I was expecting wins and was disappointed when we got a draw. Under Hodgson and now KK, I would like to get wins, but I don't expect them to win anymore.

Gaz said...

Seems that Jaimie K doesn't like disrespect and personal insults unless he is the one dishing them out. Talk about double standards

Gaz said...

Isn't it funny how people used to say we had a two man team under Rafa, yet when we finished second and scored more goals than any other team in England, we did so with those two men being injured for most of the season. For all those people who slate Rafa for not playing pretty football, it may not have been the prettiest, but Rafa set up his strategies to the strengths of our squad and brought a winning mentality to the club, something that despite the pretty football we might be playing now, we don't have. We don't have the killer instincts that we had under Rafa

Gaz said...

Living in Milan? What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? The player's name is Milan Jovanovic, he has nowhere mentioned playing or living in Milan

Gab said...

Judging by this season, liverpool wouldn't cut it in the belgian league either.

Gab said...

Could you back up how Rafa dismantled Inter because as far as I know he inherited Mourinho's ageing squad and when he was fired it was still largely the same players who were still on Inter's books.
All the subsequent managers have also failed simply because the last significant invesnrment was under Mourinho who also had inherited the defending champions from Mancini.
Milan and Juve are inesting and therefore replaced the under-invested Inter as the Italian top dogs

Micky Owens said...

jamie i read your stuff alot, and in general i agree with most, but to suggest you would pick that donkey jovanovic over downing and carroll, well this bad season must really have affected ur mental state! albeit they havn't b good this season, its not just them, the team as a whole has underperformed. the crossing quality has been poor and doesn't suit the big man. downing....well i just dont no, the season before at villa, he was brilliant, just needs confidence!! jovanovic was crying tears of joy that we were stupid enough to pay him 100k+ per week!!

Davie said...

Jamie strikes again,you would pick Jovanovic over Downing and Carroll? I think you need to go to Optical Express. Carroll has been performing well of late and looks as if he will come good,hes only a young man. As for Downing I agree with you, he has not performed but swap him for Jovanovic? No way! Jovanovic was never good enough for LFC so move on and give our current players a full season then criticise them

Gedhead_lfc said...

how can you say doni is a flop? we havent even seen the guy and your already writing him off! 

Bekim said...

Spot on.

Mbr69596 said...

one didn't cost 35 big one's lol. im with you

Bekim said...

Agree with u mate. Just finishing 4th now is a distant dream let alone going to CHL final. How low we have fallen.

Mbr69596 said...

Fuck me did he spend the same amount on.........
4 players??????????

Mbr69596 said...

are u kidding? He is a LFC supporter more passionate than most and has an opinion. As for knowledge, more than most and not afraid to say the things that should be. In Kenny I do not trust. Be an ambassador!

Bushitsite said...

Good answer, NOT !!!! And ever so Negative !!:(

Xabithelad said...

The UEFA coefficient data ranks teams based on results and standard of opposition in European competitions over 5 seasons. (or since Rafa arrived).
1 Liverpool FC (114.077)2 Chelsea FC (110.077)3 Barcelona (109.403)4 AC Milan (109.306)5 Arsenal (101.077)6 Sevilla (100.403)7 Man Utd (99.077)8 Bayern Munich (93.664)9 Lyon (90.576)10 Inter Milan (87.306)

Martin Badger said...

Obvious talent? How can you possibly say that about a man who is incredibly slow-moving and slow thinking - a fatal combo for an alleged striker. Also, despite his height he is very, very ordinary in the air. Did you ever see Hateley or Toshack head a ball? I did. The sort of thing Carroll couldn't even dream about.

Dean said...

He's advised Suarez to rather go to Italy than to Liverpool!!

Ds said...

Jaime, I like your style of writing and your statistic analyze, but first- you are wrong here. Carrol ALONE scored 4 this term, whereas Jovanovic never scored in the preimer league. He did score twice on other competitions. Andy scored 3 in other competitions this term.
Idk what made you write that comment. You usually do better than that.

As for Downing- he only scored 2 fa cup goals, meaning about the same return for a whole lot more money, more playing time etc.

I think if you compare Jovanovic with Downing- you've got a point.

Jaimie K said...

I wrote the article before Carroll scored his 4th league goal last night, so the figures are accurate.

Sent from Samsung Galaxy Note

-------- Original message --------
Subject: [liverpoolkop] Re: Aldo blasts: 'Disrespectful' Benitez flop was 'not good enough' for LFC. Agree? | Liverpool-Kop.com

Snowraven69 said...

6 goals in 80 games,yeah he did score goals.

Fadi said...

Diouf was very skillful and when played on the wing he was much better than what we currently have. It is his spitting incidents that had supporters turn against him. But as a player he was a very capable one, who was one of all star team of the 1998 world cup, and was voted twice African player of the year

Jameswoodsjnr said...

absurd comment, swap carroll or downing for jovanovic...clearly not the cleverest kid in school, talk about biting your nose off to spite your face. I'm hope this guy isn't a real liverpool fan and is just masquerading as one. What a whinge bag.

Terry said...

you make up non_stories constantly. you are the worst reporter on the web.

Pete said...

I've been to Belgium loads. It's shit.

Simmo-is-here said...

Kanwar and septimus_red, a pair of tits worthy of gracing page 3.

 

Carpman8619 said...

His career stats are, 290 games started, 61 as sub, 45 goals, 51 assists. So not that great.

Ds said...

Fair enough. Still, the fact is Carrol alone scored those goals, and Downing should not come as part of the equation.
I think you did not make your point here.

Jaimie K said...

Fair enough.

Ashfah Ngog said...

Chi Bai lu, Jokanovic ! Who on earth brought him to Anfield for free ? My puki says he has no quality. Another Eric Maier.

Post a Comment