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17 May 2012

Luis Suarez stabs Liverpool FC in the back once again...

How many times in one year can Luis Suarez bite the hand that feeds him? The striker's behaviour over the last year has regularly bought the club into disrepute, and only hours after Kenny Dalglish was sacked, the Uruguayan crassly admitted in public that he 'dreams' of playing in La Liga.

In an interview with Spanish newspaper Marca, Suarez - who recently stated that he would happily cheat if it meant Liverpool gained an advantage - said:

"I hope to play in Spain in the future because I think together with the English and Italian it [La Liga] is the best league in the world and any player would dream of playing in it"

Was it really wise for Suarez to say things like this on such a momentous day for the club? Would it have hurt him to stay silent on his future for a few days? After all the support Liverpool FC has given him, should he really be professing his love for other leagues in public?

Clearly, Suarez has no feeling for the man who put his career and reputation on the line to defend him during the Patrice Evra debacle, but this was obvious months ago.

Given the precarious situation at Liverpool right now, Suarez's comments will undoubtedly alert La Liga's top clubs, and the likes Barcelona and Real Madrid will now feel that they have a good chance of poaching the striker.

Liverpool fans might as well face it: Suarez is on the outs at Liverpool, and he will be gone sooner rather than later.

A few weeks ago, I argued that Suarez should be sacked or sold for this statement he gave to The S*n:

"The sacrifice I made [against Ghana] was because it was so important for Uruguay to make the semi-finals. I want to win this semi-final. If I am obliged to stop a ball in the last minute and we win, then I will repeat the action. Success for Liverpool is more important to me than anything else. But I do hope there is no drama like this for me."

My feelings haven't changed: the sooner Suarez follows Kenny Dalglish out of Anfield, the better.

EDIT: Predictably, Suarez's disciples refuse to accept that the interview was conducted on the same day as Dalglish's sacking. Well, here is the proof:

Luis Suarez Interview

As you can see:

* 15th May: Suarez says he'll answer questions tomorrow (i.e. 16th May)
* 16th May: Suarez says 'I'm going to answer your Tweets right now'
* @MarcainEnglish = Marca's twitter feed.
* The interview was conducted by Marca.
* The Marca interview was published at 7.51pm yesterday:
* Ergo, Suarez did the interview on the 16th May, the day of Dalglish's sacking.

I'm sure now I'll be accused of photoshopping the timestamps on Suarez's Twitter feed :-)

Jaimie Kanwar

340 comments:

  1. I love Suarez, but if he wants to go amen. Footballers come and go, LFC is forever. 

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  2. Oh rite you have finished banging the get rid of Kenny drum and moved on to the get rid of suarez one.

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  3. Your too sensetive mate - anyway lets see who the new manager is now - maybe Souness will sort him out - or even Thomo. P S Kennys health would have suffered if he had stayed on and we do not want that

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  4. Souness back at Anfield. Can you imagine the shitstorm if that happened (!)

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  5. Is it not nice for a man to have dreams and ambitions? I played for Ajax,Liverpool and Barcelona {maybe}.

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  6. kanwar get a girlfriend/boyfriend

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  7. The debt that Suarez owed to Liverpool is rightly ended in the istanct Kenny Dalglish was relieved for his duties. Kenny was a mentor for him and a father, Who protected him under the storm. There's no reason for him to stay quiet frankly, and knowing AVB and his record with outstanding players and champions like Drogba, I think that Suarez fears to remain out from first team football at Livepool. No, after Kenny's departure I can't be surprise to see Suarez go.

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  8. Every player dreams to play for RM or Barca. What's wrong with having an ambition. If Liverpool gets back in CHL than I'm sure he'll stay for few more years. Ronaldo won almost everything at MU but still went.

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  9. Soey would be very interesting - only joking - my money in BRENDAN ROGERS - Rafa football too boring

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  10. Its not the first time that a player stabbed us in the back, I was actually hurt when Torres did a similar thing but not this time,If Suarez wants to go and we get 40 ml plus then it would be a good deal, we should get someone like Falcao or Cavani with that money . I am more concerned about who will replace Dalglish than any of our players wanting to leave .

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  11. Bekim - is revealing that dream on the day your manager is sacked the best way to behave?

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  12. So you still think handling a ball that would go in, getting sent off for it, a penalty against (all written in the rulebook, mind you) is cheating? Did he deceive anyone? Did he try to con the ref? What is the difference between handling a ball to avoid a goal and holding a player clean through on goal? Aren't they both committing a foul to avoid a goal? Aren't all players trying to avoid goals, even if it means committing a foul for the benefit of the team?
    Who on earth would watch a ball go in over the line in overtime on a quarterfinal of a world cup match AND DO NOTHING? I mean, there is you, the ball, the line and there's nothing you can do to avoid the goal without committing a penalty and getting sent off and you would chose NOT to give your team a chance to win it? You would just say "Oh, it's fair that the ball go in." Just like next time Messi goes through another defender he might as well think "He's deserves that, I can foul such a marvelous player and destroy this wonderful play. Oh, and poor ref that'll have to book me or send me off. It's so unfair to him too."
    Grow up, mate. Update your perspective. For me, cheating is coning the ref. Is doing something to appear as something else in order to get away with something wrong you did. For me, every player that knows that the ball touched him before go out for a throw-in AND STILL raises his hand asking for the ball is a cheater. This is coning, he's trying to get away with it, he's trying to get and advantage without being penalized. Just like holding player on the box during corners, diving to get fouls, acting up after a foul to aggravate it and get the opposition player booked. These are acts of a cheater. Not committing a foul, described in the rulebook, not trying to get away with it and being penalized correctly.
    And if he does it for Liverpool, thank you, Suarez! When Phil Neville did it to avoid Lucas goal was that cheating? Of course not. No one said it was. Do you know why? Because he was sent off and Liverpool got a penalty out of it. The only difference is that Kuyt scored, so who cares, and the Ghanaian (forgot his name) didn't. If he head scored, no one would care.
    But, I mean, do go on with your crusade against our best player by a mile. A player with a heart, that plays his maximum in every game. I do agree with you that he crosses a line sometimes, I don't agree with all his antics. But to hunt that our own team like you're doing, and did with Rafa before, goes so much more against everything that Liverpool stands for than anything Suarez can ever do. But I guess you'll never get that. AND I'm probably too dumb to get it too.
    cheers

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  13. sorry, mate, but you being annoyed with him because he handballed on the line in the last minute of the world cup quarter finals is a bullshit reason. I'd do the same, you would do the same! I'd do it all day long and I'd do it again and again until they sold me to a rugby club. Anyone who wouldn't is a liar or a moron. It's the last minute in the world cup quarter finals for God's sake. It shows he wants to win. As for the spain comments it's not great timing at all but now's not the time for the fan's to be ostracising anyone. Now's the time to rally round and give a massive cheer for the mighty red men.

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  14. It was a no brainer that Suarez will walk if Kenny was sacked. 

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  15. Isn't this an old story? Seem to recall that Suarez 'dreams of playing in La Liga for Barcelona' came out whe. He was serving his 8 match ban and the press were stirring it that he wants out cos of the way he had been treated by the FA. Lazy journalism again by vultures circling. The king is gone long live the king. YNWA

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  16. Suarez did this particular interview last night, so it is not an old story:

    http://www.marca.com/2012/05/16/futbol/futbol_internacional/resto_de_america/1337182424.html

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  17. Jamie you really need to get a grip mate he was asked if he would like to play in the spanish league one day and he said "along with the Italian and English leagues they are the best in the world of course he would say yes, get of his back mate who wouldn't want to play there and in England? he was asked a question the interview was probably booked before KK had been sacked there is nothing in it and you my friend are becoming annoying you need to leave certain little things alone.

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  18. At least that will give you something to write :)

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  19. is the point you are trying to make that it might be better to wait until the new manager is appointed and then to make his dream public? Or you would just allow him to do it only until the appointment? And how manu days excatly after the sacking would you make happy? It is obvious: you have an agenda to get Suarez out of the club and yu will succeed, the same way you didi with Dalglish.

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  20. absolute spot on mate, get guardiola if possible, if not brendon rodgers will do ! its high time Liverpool play,act and be like champs  again. 

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  21. Dear God give it a rest mate. First the ludicrous blog about Suarez saying he would "cheat" when all he said was that he'd get himself sent off, the ultimate sacrifice, to serve LFC's best interest and now this. So what if his ambition is to play in La Liga as well? How many players stay with one club their entire career? Were Keegan and Rush players who were not loyal to LFC? You can't fault Suarez's dedication and work ethic on the pitch which shows you that right now and when he's on the pitch LFC is all he cares about. If a club like Barca or Real comes along, who can fault a guy for being tempted or even moving? Put on a different record for crying out loud

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  22. Igorsuncledave6:40 am, May 17, 2012

    Without doubt the worst LFC site around. Is this guy a Manc? What a load of schite yet again

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  23. Patrick The Red6:47 am, May 17, 2012

     Jamie K you sound like an old woman more each passing day I swear.. What Suarez did at the world cup all the ex players on Itv sport said they would have done the exact same thing.. If you're not picking on Kenny it's Carroll if not him it's Suarez you're completely ridiculous and I think you're just writing headlines like "- Luis Suarez stabs Liverpool FC in the back once again." because you want as many people on your site as possible because you care more about this site than Liverpool FC..

    Bet you'll just delete this comment (because it doesn't agree with you) as usual..

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  24. Patrick The Red6:47 am, May 17, 2012

     Jamie K you sound like an old woman more each passing day I swear.. What Suarez did at the world cup all the ex players on Itv sport said they would have done the exact same thing.. If you're not picking on Kenny it's Carroll if not him it's Suarez you're completely ridiculous and I think you're just writing headlines like "- Luis Suarez stabs Liverpool FC in the back once again." because you want as many people on your site as possible because you care more about this site than Liverpool FC..

    Bet you'll just delete this comment (because it doesn't agree with you) as usual..

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  25. Stop bitching - if you don't like what I write then don't read it. Simple.

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  26.  You're calling Suarez all these names because of something you read in a Spanish newspaper? Do you have any common sense?

    Do you even speak Spanish?

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  27. Yes, Dalglish being sacked was down to me (!)

    Suarez has caused major damage to LFC - of course I would prefer it if he went and did it somewhere else.  I support LFC, not Suarez FC or Dalglish FC, and when it comes to the best interests of LFC, its better that both Dalglish and Suarez are not at the club.

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  28. But you're writing about our Liverpool it's our right to step-in when our players are being slandered.

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  29. Maybe not. But few weeks ago he did say that if KD goes than he will consider his future. He might still b a Liverpool player once we know who's the new mngr. and if he decides to go than at least we know that the club will get more money than we paid for. Lfc were stabbed in the back b4 by two players who were born in Liverpool and the club got nothing. Mc Manaman went for nothing to RM and M Owen for 8 million when at the time he was valued at around 25 million.

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  30. What are you on about? What 'names' have I called Suarez?  Stop making things up.

    A couple of things:

    * The interview with Suarez was conducted on his personal twitter page.

    * Yes, I do speak Spanish.

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  31. Jeez, with respect, you seriously need to get a grip. Suarez is not your friend; He's not your brother; he doesn't even know you exist. Yet you lavish affection on him like he's some kind of blood relation.  How has Suarez been slandered?  He admitted IN PUBLIC that he would handball on the line if it meant LFC gained an advantage.  Now, on the day KD was sacked, he stated that he's love to play in Spain.  What does it take for fans to actually stop worshipping at his altar like subservient disciples and see the reality?

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  32. Rafa's football boring. U might find out that in 2009 we scored more goals than MU who won the league that season. Brendan Rogers r u serious. Can u c him attracting top foreign players. FSG have to get this decision spot on or we will become like Chelsea sacking mngrs every season.

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  33. Jaimie, do you ever give up bloody moaning? I often wonder why you bother to pretend to be an LFC supporter

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  34. If you were the one, what would you do? What would you do if you were hated and accused, labeled and branded with all things wrong in a team? How would you feel if you were told that innocent people lost their livelihoods because of something you said or did?

    I would have been surprised if Suarez had said he's loving life at Anfield and want to stay forever.  FSG have only succeeded in jeopardizing the work, the unity, and sense of purpose and camaraderie King kenny had built over the last 16 months!!!

    It's gonna get worse before it ever gets better; that is if it ever gets better!!!!

    So so sad!!!

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  35. You, like so many others, *still* do not understand the aim of this site. It was set up to provide a critical view of LFC, hence the regular critiques of the club. After six years online, people still don't get this? As I say to everyone who moans: if you don't like this site, leave. There are plenty of other sites to visit.

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  36. So you can use abuse towards someone else but we are not allowed, well your true colours are starting to show, By the way Jamie i was not bitching i was making a statement with an observation which you obviously did not like, funny how you have the power to keep peoples comments quiet and yet you can always view yours, i wonder do you ever get moderated.

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  37. No one is worshipping him but he has been in England for a season and a half and not to mention he gives his all for the club, Have you ever played football in another country Jamie? have you ever, even close in some similar way walked in his shoes. Please give us some sort of explanations as to were you get all your morals from.

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  38.   "Luis Suarez stabs Liverpool FC in the back once again" You're implying he's a traitor! when has he even "stabed Liverpool FC in the back" once? 
    Let me ask you something? Do you agree with Ferguson about what he said about Suarez? because it sure sounds like it!

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  39. Are you serious? You need to get a grip.

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  40. Jamie, u stir the pot too much, i guess it pays your bills but you can certainly cause alot of shit in process. From kenny u now move on to suarez, your twisting of words to suit your paycheck is inexcusable!

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  41. Answer the question Jamie, Would you have let Ghana score knowing you could make a sacrifice for your team which might prevent it and knowing your countrymen would see you had let the team lose??  If you would have not done what Suarez did how could you have lived with yourself?

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  42. I would never cheat to gain an advantage, no. I've played football at youth level and would never handball on the line to stop another team scoring. I wouldn't care what my team-mates thought; if they ostracised me for refusing to play the game fairly then so be it. I would live with myself quite happily; OI wouldn't give it a second thought. Fair play is all that matters; giving in and cheating like the rest of the world is the easy way out.

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  43. With K Kenny gone, no one would hold him from leaving.

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  44. I'm fairly new to this site, but what I have read in that time turns my stomach. You have more bitter in you Jamie, than a caines brewery. In fact, BlueKipper.com isn't as bad as this site - and you call yourself a supporter ?
    Do you even know what the word 'supporter' means ?
    For your benefit:
    a person or thing that supports, an adherent, follower, backer, or advocate.
    You my firend, do none of this - so shame on you for calling yourself a supporter.

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  45. Hey Jamie did you get edited for using the B word and did my post get removed because i pointed it out. I wasn't wrong about controlling what people say on here was i?

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  46. - Formerly BW - 

    Selective Journalism mate. 

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  47. Bang-on, all players dream of playing in the best leagues in the world, Spain [Real, Barca] is probably still regarded as the top league, just look at the array of world talent that plays there and why we are always screaming for this and that player from there to play for us.

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  48. And the same goes for you Jamie. If you don't like the comments people post in response to your articles, then don't write them. Everything you write about LFC is 'negative', so you have to expect a reaction from Liverpool fans, of whom many I suspect doubt that you are actually a fan of the club.

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  49. Jamie, you write criticism, respond to criticism, but you wont approve a comment that criticises you ?
    If you want to be a successful critic, then you need to understand what criticism means.
    Approve my comment.

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  50. NEVER A TRUE WORD SAID...FABIO.................YOUR FAB....  VERY CONSTRUCTIVE AND FACTUAL.

    I don't think Mr kanwar can grasp these situation's, he's usually banging on about Andy Carroll being a crap footballer ( he's that crap he's been called up 4 ENGLAND ).

    Just to add to that Phill Neville piece, he then made a statement in the Liverpool Echo the next day, and I quote, WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO, LET THE BALL GO IN FOR A GOAL........IT WAS A REACTION....AND REINA MIGHT NOT HAVE SAVED IT. he was right.

    I think Luis Suarez is hilarious, in the world cup I don't think I have laughed so much with Luey's handball and what followed.

    LS was probably out of order in his timing, but hey, that's what you get from him and we also know that in a drop of a hat
    he'd be....off to Barca like a Nagasaki Greyhound out the trap......

    The days of player loyalty went out the window in the 70's and 80's. and why should he have so much loyalty to this country anyway, ( he's a foreign footballer who has a work contract to play footy in this county that's all,  if I as a Englishman played footy in mexico under contract and Barca said to me hey Paul do you fancy playing for us I think I'd seriously think about it for 3 seconds and say....go ed then...., do you get my point...I'm not mexican you see so my loyalty wanes a bit, just like most peoples.

    Let's just enjoy and buzz off the most exciting striker in the prem while we can.

    THE KING IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE KING.

    PS, he can take Downing, Henderson, Spearing, Adam, and Shelvey with him,...... would they get in the sides of Man u, Man c, Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs,...... even Newcastle and Everton have a better midfield than us......seriously!.

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  51. I'm fairly new to this site, but what I have read in that time turns my stomach. You have more bitter in you Jamie, than a caines brewery. In fact, BlueKipper.com isn't as bad as this site - and you call yourself a supporter ?
    Do you even know what the word 'supporter' means ?
    For your benefit:
    a person or thing that supports, an adherent, follower, backer, or advocate.
    You my firend, do none of this - so shame on you for calling yourself a supporter.

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  52. You are not serious! You read the S**T's choice of manager? Which paper is Liverpool-friendly? They are just making us the laughing stock of the league.  Rodgers took over unfinished Martinez work, Alan Pardew? Martinez? Then lets get Roy after the Euros.  We are not a mid-table team, we need a proven, tough manager who will not take any nonsense from over-paid dross, who draw a cheque every week without making any effort to earn it. 

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  53. I'm fairly new to this site, but what I have read in that time turns my stomach. You have more bitter in you Jamie, than a caines brewery. In fact, BlueKipper isn't as bad as this site - and you call yourself a supporter ?
    Do you even know what the word 'supporter' means ?
    For your benefit:
    a person or thing that supports, an adherent, follower, backer, or advocate.
    You my firend, do none of this - so shame on you for calling yourself a supporter.

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  54. JK can you do a critical article on the Anti-LFC poor journalism, recycled articles especially about transfers and the general negative issue by these journos from basically all the newspapers, pundits? To elaborate the choices touted for by them prove that we are being made  to look like idiotic, mid-table dross, Rodgers, Martinez, Pardew? LFC is not England!

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  55. suarez is a great player but the damage he has done to the image is just not worth it, also his conversion rate is a bit pants.   LFC deserve better

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  56. This is great news. A chance to get rid of a player who should never have been brought to this club, and has shown it again and again.

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  57. Its the image and rep that this site gives LFC and its fans that the problem. You talk about somebody like Suarez putting over a bad image of the club, yet you are a 'fan' constantly lambast the club and put it in a bad light.



     

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  58. Jamie K quote: "As I said to everyone who moans: if you don't like this site, leave.." how many times have I read similar posts from a 'critical' journalist, like yourself. That is really a lame reply!
    Luis Suarez has made a comment about other leagues (being in the top leagues with the EPL) and you call that back stabbing? Wonder what you'll say to your better-half/gf/wife if she says that another man is good-looking? That she committed 'adultery'!!! Jeezzzzz 

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  59. Criticism is not about ad hominem attacks; it is about addressing the issues at hand. Attack the argument, not the person, and if people can't do that, their comments will not go live.

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  60. thommo,like his amazing man management with houllier that forced fowler out the door?

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  61. Hey JD, Can you kindly refer to  FT by his propper long accepted name which is Margaret Clark than you.

    Alas I can alleviate your fears over the next Manager JD, it is definitely ...Ken Dodd...Tom Werner has said that at least we wont have to change the initials on his coat and people wont laugh at him as much.

    Ok,..Ok..Ok..It could be worse though, as I hear they could appoint Michael Barrymore after he finishes counselling Joey Barton
    and we all know he was a bad Pool Manager

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  62. i didn't realise you had such power within lfc jamie.well done on getting kenny the sack.any chance of a free season ticket?
    suarez behaves like an uneducated cretin.he comes across as somebody with no morals.a new manager might want rid asap.he's our most saleable asset and the money we could get could restructure the team.

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  63. Jaimie, don't be unfair. You are quoting the Marca article selectively. The artcile also says that Suarez: "...doesn’t regret that he left Ajax and he values the club from Anfield in
    particular the fans..The fans have backed me at all times...About the Reds’
    objectives for next season he made it clear that they are “obviously to be able
    to play in the Champtions League the year after...”

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  64. rafa's final season was full of the worst football i'd seen a pool side play up til then.even the great performances under him were all about shape and structure.people seem to have reinvented his football and some sort of excellent pass and move game,it wasn't.it was effective but often overly cautious.

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  65. so you think carroll isn't crap because he's in the england squad?
    what do you think of downing then? he must be brilliant.

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  66. How does any of that change the fact that Suarez says he dreams of playing in Spain? He could've just said 'Spain is a top league', but he chose to say that he wants to play there. That was deliberate.

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  67. maybe he shouldn't have called evra a 'negro' amd then he wouldn't have been labelled and branded.

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  68. Yep, and dreams of Brittany Spears in the school uniform

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  69. But isnt that what you are doing with Suarez ?
    You're not attacking HIS argument, but the person.
    You did the same for Benitez.
    Double standards mate

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  70. strange that Messi and all the other south american players that regularly use that word have not been labelled and branded though, isn't it?

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  71. Why did you edit my post??? Did I use foul lang????? No. Just because I criticized you? You are really something else

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  72. :) I'd hate to be on your team Jay.

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  73. suarez is a mercenary,he has previous form.he brought his previous club to a tribunal so he could force a move to ajax.
     

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  74. And you're wrong...The English Dictionary defines Criticism as: "the act of passing judgment as to the merits of anything"
    If you can't take criticism as defined in the English language, then maybe you shouldn't be a critic.

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  75. ffs jamie learn how to support the club .... is there anyone at the club your happy with....  oh and you spend far to much time on here go find a woman

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  76. Jamie you are very negative in all your posts about liverpool,I thought you would be celebrating the sacking of Kenny yet instead you have moved to stir more shite. When the next manager is named you can leave Suarez alone because you will have a fresh target.....

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  77. I think you're a closet ManU fan Jaimie.  You're as bad as the red tops, taking the worst possible meaning any quote you can find.

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  78.  Jamie you say this site is a critique of all things Liverpool, WHY, what compels this site to just criticize LFC. 
    I read what this site says and i must admit most of it makes my blood boil, its as if all this site bangs on about is negative sides of the club, never any positives.
    If this site wishes to criticize then it should also be balanced and praise the club,players staff when it is due.
    I cannot see what this site wants from Liverpool, some sort of utopia, well the world is not like that.
    The site needs to lighten up at the moment all it is doing is dredging up any remotely negative story and turning it into a maelstrom.

    Suarez will probably leave in the summer, depending on who comes in to manage and if a bid comes in from a suitable team,  i would replace him, but only for football reasons, not the things this site bangs on about. His football is sometimes sublime but his conversion rate to chances is poor, thats the reason i would sell if a descent fee came in

    Come on Liverpool-kop lets see a positive story for once.

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  79. Everyone has their opinion and a right to air them. Jamie has his, as everyone on this forum has theirs.
    The problem is the media. They are asking the questions of Suarez and he is answering. He is from another country where the culture is significantly different to ours, so sometimes, when questions are asked...the answers are taken out of context (the Evra case and Negrito comment ring a bell?)
    Lets see what happens over the summer. It's going to be a very important period for FSG and Liverpool and the decisions need to be correct.
    I personally think FSG would sanction a Suarez sale if the right price came in due to the debacle with Evra which affected the Liverpool brand worldwide.
    Whatever happens, I'm sure as people who love sport FSG will do the right thing for them as a business and for Liverpool as a club. We're all singing off the same hymn sheet here. They want success as much as we do and they have to make the tough decisions.

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  80. Your a no brainer.

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  81. you are a parasite only read your pages to see real fans comments.not your biased views do us a favour write something good one day about lfc and shock us all

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  82. Its good to dream and one should not be ashamed of it.  I hope he will realize his dream one day and play for Barcelona FC. 

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  83. Really? Who cares the man just likes to give people what they want to hear. Get over it and start writing something worth reading. Never gonna get the last five mins back I wasted reading and replying to this crap.

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  84. Maybe he wants to play there in a few years he is still young, you can't blame him a lot of South american footballers are attracted to playing in Spain one day!

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  85. Agreed Alan, the papers need something to write about, particularly in the off season.  If any big player at any club so much as looks as if he's enjoying a plate of paella, he is a "want away player, courting Barcelona" by the next morning.  I'm just surprised when supporters want to join the circus.

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  86. At least your post was shown, come on Jamie i did not insult you or anyone else, i just said the site should be more balanced.

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  87. It looks like every manager and player has to be approved by Jaimie before we can sign them...

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  88. why not pick on somebodyelse and stop making issues out of nothing.  It was my dream and ambition to be PM but I realise I was not full of bullshit of trying to make something out of nothing.  Learn, my good person.

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  89. Jaimie seriously just shut up and create articles worth reading. Nothing but anti-Liverpool, not that Liverpool are perfect but you make them look like some fraudlent mob!

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  90. this is just the start if suarez leaves which i think he will nobody will want to come to anfield which will save the yanks having to spend any they just want to cream the club dalgiesh did not want to be moved upstairs because he knows whats happening behind closed doors yanks out ps        thank for the memories king kenny a true lfc legend ynwa

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  91. Richardmcgill249:46 am, May 17, 2012

    Face facts if a player openly talks about playing in another league it means if wants to go. Its that simple. He has done a torres.

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  92. According to Hansen we are in danger of losing our top players because of Kenny's sacking:

     players to reconsider their futures at Anfield.
    "Until the last couple of days, I do not think anyone saw this coming
    because there was a feeling that Kenny had done enough to earn another
    year,"

    "If the owners had backed him and allowed him to bring in a couple of
    players in, then Kenny would have been confident in being able to
    progress the team.

    "But my concern is that Liverpool will face a problem in keeping hold
    of their best players now that Kenny has gone. In my opinion, the likes
    of Luis Suárez, Pepe Reina, Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger would be
    more likely to stay at the club under Kenny Dalglish than anybody else.

    "Throughout last season, it was clear that the players were 100 per
    cent behind Kenny and, when a manager goes, it always leads to
    uncertainty and confusion."

    Andre Villas-Boas, the former Chelsea manager, Jürgen Klopp of
    Borussia Dortmund and Marseille's Didier Deschamps have all been linked
    to the role and FSG acknowledged that the search for a new manager would
    begin immediately. 

    "The owners now have to quickly find a new man and go about
    identifying new players and keeping those already there because the new
    season is only 10 weeks away," said Hansen.

    "In making the change, Liverpool's owners have set the bar high for
    whoever comes in by making it clear that they are determined to get the
    club back into the Champions League.

    "Kenny has a trophy this season and finished eighth, so what will
    happen in 12 months' time if the new man finishes seventh and wins
    nothing?"

    FSG are expected to make significant funds available for the new
    manager but the club face considerable costs for removing Dalglish after
    only 16 months in charge. Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has also
    left the club and Liverpool are now without a manager, assistant
    manager, director of football, head of sports science and head of
    communications, following the departures of Damien Comolli, Dr Peter
    Brukner and Ian Cotton from Anfield in recent weeks.

    "Liverpool are now looking for their fourth manager in two years,
    with Kenny following Roy Hodgson and Rafael Benítez in leaving the club,
    so they have to be careful," added Hansen.

    "If you are looking for stability, then you cannot find that by changing key personnel on a regular basis.

    "Kenny will regret not getting the club back into the Champions
    League, but when he reflects on his second spell as manager, he will
    look back on a time when he steadied the ship and brought success back
    by ending their long wait for a trophy."

    A sad day for Liverpool remember 16/05/12 the day a club lost its way.

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  93. Bring back Rafalution...& this site can close dwn!! Lol

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  94. I never post on these things, but this 'critique' (to use your phrase) is the final straw. No-one is saying you shouldn't have an opinion, but the very fact is that every article you write seems to be negative.
    You don't like Suarez, you didn't like Kenny or Rafa, you'll probably be complaining about the new man soon! I can't understand why everything you write about has to be negative - it's not far off tabloid sensationalism itself - 'Suarez stabs Liverpool in the back'? The lad's done an interview in with a spanish paper where one of the questions is asking him if he might quite like to play in their country IN THE FUTURE. He gives an honest opinion (along with some other positive quotes which you very selectively choose to ignore) and you slaughter him.
    No-one is saying you can't be constructively critical, but you just sound like someone who enjoys complaining and being annoyed with something more than enjoying supporting this great club of ours.

    Your post shouldn't have read 'Suarez stabs Liverpool in the back once again'. In MY opinion it should have read 'Attention-seeking tabloid blogger picks on someone at Liverpool - once again'.

    Hopefully you allow this to be posted and allow some balance, but I shan't hold my breath.

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  95. Jamie,what on earth are you on about,get rid of Kenny,get rid of suarez,why dont we just go into administration?

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  96. Who is this joker? Thinks suarez should be sacked for saying he would do anything to win for Liverpool!! Give Luis the keys to the city I say!

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  97. Well to all those who wanted kenny out and rafA back enjoy avb won't you. He's already met owners two weeks ago in Boston .

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  98. Agree with u on the last season. But b4 that we played some the best football I've seen us for long time. In his final season he had to deal with other problems too. Look at Valencia since he left and look at Liverpool since he left too.

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  99. Could you get any more tenuous? I have attacked what Suarez said: that is attacking argument, not the person.

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  100. Would you do a tackle in the box though? Or tackle a player who runs away for vis-a-vis with your keeper?

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  101. Well, Jamie clearly doesn't have a clue about how the media works - this interview could be weeks or days old, and they just decided to publish it right after the tragic sacking of KK. This is about the most common thing in journalism, keeping the stories for some time. Where is the proof Jamie, that this interview actually took place the day you are telling it did. Where is the links to the actal story, to the spanish you have translated this from - or did you not translate it yourself? Most likely not and most likely the meaning of what he said have been different from what you have described. You are highly biased, don't have and show credible sources and is very selective in what parts of interviews you are copying. Jamie Kanwar equals storyteller

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  102. In that interview he also stated "*but I have a contract with Liverpool and I am happy here*"........

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  103. Before you make an even bigger fool of yourself, perhaps you should so some research. The interview was conducted on Suarez's twitter feed yesterday, and the timestamps say '16th May'. Unless, of course, you think they've been tampered with?

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  104. "Kenny Dalglish was relieved for his duties" - might want to rephrase that one.

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  105. Redderthebetter10:30 am, May 17, 2012

    I think this article is a badly timed distraction on a not so serious matter, so what if he has ambitions to play in Spain, from a pro footballers perspective whats not to like, better weather less tax and a better chance of winning the league with realistically only 2 teams challenging, The point is this is a non story compared with the bigger issues of who will manage LFC. Stop stirring JK and lets focus on the real issues. oh and if possible let's hear something positive and kindly do not moderate this comment as there is nothing wrong with opinions that do not agree with your own. 

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  106. are you sure he said this today after daglish left.... or maybe sometime ago and it was just reported today 

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  107. Good lord JK, what' with you?
    Here is a full "proper", non "google translate" of the interview.
    The last paragraph is the one to take note of.

    The Marca.com article is constructed from bits and bobs of a twitter chat with fans, not really an interview.
    It is the most decent article and nothing said by Luis that can be taken in the way you portray or slander him with a "back stabber" TITLE ?  enough already.

    The Uruguayan player Luis Suarez (Liverpool) was chatting with MARCA.com readers via Twitter.
       "I hope to play in Spain in the future because I think together with the English and Italian they are the best leagues in the world and any player would dream of playing in it", assured the player from Salto, Uruguay.

    In addition, Suarez admits that his two references are precisely Spanish footballers "Iniesta and Xavi."

    As for the proximity of the Euro, he said: "Since Spain is the last Euro champion and World Champion they would be favourites, but I think Germany can be a good candidate too."

     Regarding the rivalry between Cristiano and Messi he would not opt for either: "They're different players, I think they are both at a much higher level. I do not prefer one or the other, but from both you can learn and take things on board" .

     The '7 'of Liverpool expressed his "dream" to play with Uruguay at the Olympic Games in London and was cautious about qualifying for the 2014
    World Cup in Brazil: "We hope that we continue down the same road, with the same objectives and working with the same humility as we have all long. "

    Of course, he spoke of Liverpool. He said: "He does not regret leaving Ajax and values ​​the Anfield club, especially, their fans."  "The stadium and the people are what most caught my attention, the euphoria they produce regardless of how the team fares."  "The fans have supported us at all times and with the love they give you, make feel very comfortable on the pitch. "

    Regarding the Red's objectives for next season, he made it clear that they "obviously want to get into the Champions League for next year" and take the opportunity to qualify for the Europa League. "It may be a good opportunity to win it."

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  108. No Actually, I think the government should bring the birch back for Downing's display this last season.

    Andy Carroll is an inform striker at the moment both up front and defensively against balls in our penalty box, that is evident to most people, and he far stronger than  Rodney Trotter, Darren Bent, and Holt

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  109. Wait a minute. You outlaw profanity on this site from everyone else, but it seems like it's ok for you. Last warning before you are banned

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  110. jamie anawer this do u ever go to anfield to watch a match??

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  111. Jaimie, why don't you ban yourself for a bit and give us all a break?
     

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  112. Tell me: does anyone force you to come here? No. So why don't you just go and visit some other site? It's the simplest solution. If you came here via news-now, you can even block sites you don't like - I'll happily show you how to do it if you like :-)

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  113. Nonsense. Profanity is only outlawed when it's in the form of an insult/derogatory comment. The above comment is not an either of those.

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  114. mate please please please support another team ur a cancer on the club

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  115. Mercenary? Excuse me, last time I checked a job is a job.
    Playing football is a well paid job.
    Happy to say that I earn well and am happy in the company I work in for the past 10yrs, good relationship at all levels, big family feel.... but.. I would happily jump ship if an interesting offer crosses my path. The combination of location, financial retribution and prestige are all attractive to anyone and is hardly something to hold against another person. Is that hard to understand?
    I wonder if Stevie G. was 5yrs younger and a club with the current form of Barca approached him, what would he say? Bye bye Liverpool I'd guess... is that being a mercenary?
    No, just a footballer doing his job somewhere else, who will no doubt continue to follow Liverpool because it is in his blood.

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  116. Suarezes season has not been super the way he has finished i cannot see Real or Barca wasting their time  or money.
    If Falcao was to be traded with Suarez i would take it in a flash.

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  117. "Your a no brainer. " Je peux parle en francais. In english please. If you want to state something.

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  118. i am not an apologist for Jamie, but i have to agree with him. Suarez as talented a player as he was for us was the most controversial for us last season. He caused a lot of negative press for Liverpool. While Kenny backed him to the hilt it brought the wrong kind of attention to the club and I think the whole controversy was the beginining of the end for Daglish. I believe that the owners began to lose faith in Daglish during the incident. They called Kenny up and forced him to him to apologize to stop the media feeding frenzy. The fact that Kenny thought that there was no problem was hard for the owners to understand. Many people don't know that Suarez was suspended in the Eurodevise while playing for Ajax for biting a player's ear during a match. I have followed foot-ball a long time but i don't know what in the game warrants a move like that. He is very talented of that there is no doubt but he is a player who always gets himself into trouble where ever he goes. He is impulsive sometimes and he doesn't think before he acts. Kind of like Wayne Rooney in his younger days. Even Rooney has grown up will Suarez? I love him for what he does for my team but on here I am just being brutally honest and yes I want him to stay. The team needs all the talent it can hold unto.

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  119. Redderthebetter11:08 am, May 17, 2012

    Chill JK that was funny, surely if you make your opinions public you are bound to take some stick from people who don't like your statements. Have a laugh and smile. 

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  120. Do you also have an agenda with Steve Clarke.You ran a piece yesterday claiming he had gone,apparently via information received from a "source" (sounds very tabloid).I notice today the world still havn't caught up with YOUR SOURCE. Can you now confirm he has indeed gone ?

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  121. JK should take this article down - very aggresive towards one of our own and is creating a frenzy of anti-JK, non-LFC support.
    One would start seeing him as a covert non-LFC supporter who has taken it upon himself to put down everything LFC.

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  122. Jeez, why don't you check the BBC, Independent, Guardian, The Times and any other credible source. They have ALL confirmed that Clarke has left.

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  123. Dear dear me Tisk Tisk, you really will have to smarten up here on this site and I'm afraid the JK is right he hasn't been personal about LS, he is just reporting the facts and in his responses to you he has nailed you to the cross I'm afraid.

    However I suspect you are aged about 10

    So the only thing I can say to you Jamie Kanwar is this.

    Your not smarter than a ten year old.....Your not smarter than a ten year old.....Your not smarter than a ten year old....all together now lads sing along

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  124. NonEventHorizon11:21 am, May 17, 2012

    I'm a fickle fan at the moment I admit... I reckon we should bring in Brendan Rodgers, sell Suarez for as close to £60m as possible, give Rodgers the money to buy the majority of the Swansea squad (or the entire midfield at least), let him use the spare change to buy a Hot-Tub-Time-Machine and go back and buy Jelavic when we had the chance and then we can all take turns in the hot-tub watching LFC at least qualify for CL!! Someone please try and tell me this is wrong

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  125. The Guardian: "Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has also left the club out of loyalty to his fellow Scot" - http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/may/16/andre-villas-boas-liverpool-kenny-dalglish - CONFIRMED

    The Independent: "Dalglish's assistant, has also left Liverpool out of a loyalty to the outgoing manager" - http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/andre-villasboas-approached-after-liverpool-sack-kenny-dalglish-7758044.html - CONFIRMED

    The BBC: "Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has stepped down out of loyalty to the 61-year-old Scot." - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/18097439 - CONFIRMED

    Shall I go on? My source was correct, and this site was the first news provider to run the Clarke story.

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  126. So it was Kenny. Now Suarez. Wo's next, Carra ? 

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  127. Gee, don't exaggerate or anything.

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  128. I note you still,through your source or otherwise,have not confirmed Steve Clarke has gone.Maybe we are being cheated by information supplied on this site. The world awaits confirmation.......

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  129. Suarez is gone ladies and gentlemen, has been on the agenda for a while. I don't want him to go but this Evra saga has meant that both Kenny and Luis's fate at Anfield. Has long been sealed.

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  130. Still banging this drum?

    Check the BBC, Independent, Guardian, The Times and any other credible source. They have ALL confirmed that Clarke has left.

    The Guardian: "Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has also left the club out of loyalty to his fellow Scot" - http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/may/16/andre-villas-boas-liverpool-kenny-dalglish - CONFIRMED

    The Independent: "Dalglish's assistant, has also left Liverpool out of a loyalty to the outgoing manager" - http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/andre-villasboas-approached-after-liverpool-sack-kenny-dalglish-7758044.html - CONFIRMED

    The BBC: "Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has stepped down out of loyalty to the 61-year-old Scot." - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/18097439 - CONFIRMED

    Shall I go on? My source was correct, and this site was the first news provider to run the Clarke story.

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  131. NonEventHorizon11:30 am, May 17, 2012

    Hmmm... you may have attacked what Suarez has said but the headline!?! Come on, it's tantamount to incitement which I think even you would find hard not to disagree with. I'd say the headline is a personal attack. Not that I care really, I'm sure Suarez is a big boy and would take it on the chin anyway

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  132. Rafa is the best available candidate. End of. With the support of owners this time he can succeed. He will chase jovetic, munain- quality players. Not diame on 60k a week. We have the 4th highest wage bill in league. Should have the quality of players to balance that.

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  133. Errata -   attracting non-LFC support  - i.e. giving other club supporters the platform to jump on the band wagon and throw crap at LFC, putting LFC down, seeing we have someone like yourself doing the churnalist rounds for them from the inside.

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  134. Football is a mercenaries game now, they go for the money, Yaya Toure is ready to quit City god knows what he is on.
    Sadly the game aint what it used to be, there is no loyalty to a club except for the home grown talent, however having said that who said 'Once a Blue always a Blue'

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  135. I agree with you on that one Gareth, especially if he's the GOALKEEPER

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  136. My team won the league three years in a row :-)

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  137. Jaimie - If you wanted to comment on the Suarez interview please analyse it line by line and not selectively as you have done. Your reporting is akin to chinese whispers and we all know what happens when the truth is twisted...

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  138. I would attempt an honest tackle in the boex yes, and if I mistimed it then I'd have to face the consequences. I wouldn't deliberately scythe someone down though.

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  139. I see your point, and I accept that it could be taken that way.  Given Suarez's history this season though, I disagree that it's a personal attack. 

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  140. Like I have a few times before, football ability aside, generally do not like him and find it bemusing the pedestal some fans have put him up on, when he has done very little in a Liverpool shirt. But in relation to this, its just the usual South American Barca-Real ambition, no real surprise

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  141. How do you know there are non-LFC fans here?  Let me guess: anyone who doesn't share the same view as you must be a fan of United/Chelsea, right?

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  142. The truth is not twisted.  Your suggestion is the oldest excuse in the book; the tenuous notion that somehow using an entire interview will change the meaning of specific snippets from that interview.

    Suarez answered individual, unrelated question on Twitter.  The rest of the interview makes absolutely no difference to what he said about dreaming of playing in Spain.

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  143. hope you like the egg on your face

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  144. ad hominem, well well, here we go again with your big words JK (I see you have been reading the guardian again). 

    Please don't bother to explain as I have been on Wikipedia.....and it means someone with Homophobic views and gay bashing,......... well done.

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  145. It is you who writes, without fail, like a non-LFC supporter.

    You publish an article visible worldwide thanks to a countless number of search engines available. Dump a load a anti-LFC-sentiment into pretty much every article you type. And then engage with the readers in confrontation and add selective inconsistent levels of censurship.

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  146. You're full of shit I'm afraid Jamie. You're a MANC in disguise hiding behind a keyboard.

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  147. Similar opinion here.

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  148. Titi Boy is another Moaner

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  149. Do you ever write positive articles about the club?

    I'm sick of seeing you in the comments section, getting your back up because someone (most) disagree with you. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, it's just yours is consistently picking fault with a club we all love. Some of your points this season have been valid (Stewart Downing and Charlie Adam). The majority have been garbage, and only appear to have been created to cause arguments.
    Why wouldn't fans get behind players who would sacrifice themselves for the club, the name on the back is nothing compared to the badge on the front! 
    So Jamie, although this may seem like an attack on you, it is not, it's an attack on your 'journalistic technique' which seems to cause controversy whenever you put your fingers to the keyboard.  
      

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  150. I'm not ashamed of my dreams, Britney Spears was Legal in that School Uniform

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  151. with you on the bench, writing articles slagging off your team-mates ;) You set yourself up for that one Jamie haha 

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  152. That's funny i call someone a clown and you edit the whole post but yet you can say that i'm bitching, you know it's not that i don't like what you write it's just that you bring up the smallest, meaningless shit you can find sometimes and target individuals. Hey here is two for you how about Bolletelli telling all his critics to shut up on live Television, or how about Tevez with his banner in the parade.

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  153. Look mate. Personally, I couldnt give two flying hoots what you say about anybody. The issue I have here is the fact you moderate stuff to your liking. That is tantamount to bullying. You have the facility here to make this site a huge success, but you are wasting all the efforts you are putting into it, by using selective journalism to meet your own agenda. Why don't you simply keep the blog up, but take away the comment facility ? That way, you don't have to 'moderate' what people say. If you like the feedback from comments, then stop 'moderating' legitimate comments. You can filter out abusive language or swearing, so why the need to delete comments that don't fit in with your reasoning ?
    You are losing respect from true  supporters.

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  154. i really hope suarez stays at anfield till he finishes his career just so i can see jamie loose the plot ahaaha and if he does leave i wish him all the best suarez has been 1 of the best players ive seen come to liverpool if he 1 day lives his dream of playing in spain you cant hold that against him, if he wanted to go to a rival club like that mutt torres then its a different story!

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  155. From the same interview:

    Of course, he spoke of Liverpool. He said: "He does not regret leaving Ajax and values ​​the Anfield club, especially, their fans."  "The stadium and the people are what most caught my attention, the euphoria they produce regardless of how the team fares."  "The fans have supported us at all times and with the love they give you, make feel very comfortable on the pitch. "

    Regarding the Red's objectives for next season, he made it clear that they:
     "obviously want to get into the Champions League for next year" and take the opportunity to qualify for the Europa League. "It may be a good opportunity to win it."

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  156. He also answers another question with ""I have a contract at Liverpool and I am very happy there."  So why did you not right an article with the headline "Suarez pledges loyalty to Liverpool"?

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  157. I've already lost the plot, and I'm sure many people would agree :-)

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  158. Yes, that's how I got started :-)

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  159. Hey Jamie what about your comment above aimed at me is that not a personal attack?

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  160. you aint never been to anfield 

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  161. To say someone is 'bitching' or 'moaning' or 'griping' about something is not a personal attack. Please stop clogging this thread with pointless posts.  Any more of these will be deleted.  If you have an issue with me personally, send an email.

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  162. Your whole betrayal theory about the timing etc. is just character assassination.  For the record, Suarez answered what appear to be fans question submitted over the previous 24, in a prearranged Q&A between 15:00 and 16:00 yesterday; news Of Kenny's sacking didn't break until after 16:00. 

    It's academic anyway, his answers to the questions put to him seemed perfectly innocent to anyone without a axe to grind.

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  163. As Jaimie says, this interview was carried out on 16th May 2012, members of the public were encouraged to tweet questions to Suarez so that he could respond, so it is likely to have been a pre-arranged affair. Did Suarez know that Dalglish had been sacked? The interview commenced at 1600 hours (their time I presume, so 1500 hours UK) and the sacking announcement wasn't made till 1700 UK time. Suarez may or may not have been aware, he certainly made no comment on it.

    Furthermore, he made the following statement (this has been copied and pasted, the translation is imperfect):

     Of course, spoke of Liverpool. He said he does not regret leaving the Ajax and values ​​of the Anfield club, especially, their fans. "The stadium and the people are what most caught my attention, the euphoria that put you up regardless of how the team. The fans have supported us at all times and with the love they give you, make feel very comfortable on the court. "
    On the objectives of the Reds for next season, made it clear that they are "obviously, to play the Champions League for next year" and take to qualify for the Europa League. "It may be a good opportunity to win it."
    I think you can guess what should be the correct statement in the last paragraph. Suarez did state that he wanted ton play in Spain in the future. I'll be hoping that the future isn't next season.

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  164. whos not happy they can fuck off i stil thinkn only 1 club in the world its LFC YNWA

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  165. "The sooner Suarez follows Kenny Dalglish out of Anfield, the better."

    What is wrong with you Jaimie Kanwar????? Call yourself a red?

    Jog on

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  166. tut tut JK, that comment was from a few months ago, hence no reference to a date on your quote!

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  167. Your another Whinger you JIMMY CARR, you should move in with TiTi. 

    Wanting poor old Kenny moved upstairs with a blanket, but he didn't want to go whinge whinge( do you realize how condescending that sounds ) whats this no one will come to us, crap and the yanks wont have to spend and they just want to cream the club crap.

    GROW UP....do you mean like the 130 million they gave KD over the last 16 months.

    And whats all this thanks for the memories crap, I don't recall to many good memories, or are you talking about when we just about beat RYL on penalties in the milk cup and his complete cock up of the FA cup final.

    All Managers are judged on results and tactical awareness and he completely failed on both.

    Oh and by the way he will walk alone as he's sacked.

    THE KING IS DEAD......LONG LIVE THE KING.

    TIP FOR THE DAY......STICK TO THE ROADS AND KEEP OFF THE MOORS.

    AND YOU JIMMY CARR YOU STICK TO THE TELLY

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  168. *shoots self*

    Why can't people read properly?

    Look at the bottom of the article; proof that Suarez made his comment yesterday.

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  169. You must take this with a pinch of salt as the author has a great hatred of Suarez and cannot wait to see him removed from the UK.

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  170. That's an excellent point about Dalglish's health. While nearly all managers are stressed during matches (e.g. even Mancini looked like he would explode with 10 mins to go against QPR ). Benitez is a notable exception. But most managers can let it go an hour or two after a game. Saw some video of Ferguson at the Harry Gregg testimonial on Tuesday night and you can see that he's moved on from the events of Sunday. But Dalglish seemed to be on edge nearly all the time this season, even for pre-match interviews. He was a bit like this during his last few months at Newcastle also. So it may be for the best that he's no longer in charge.

    In a strange way its a good time for LFC - no major financial worries, the slate's been wiped clean and anything is possible. Its up to FSG to get it right and, who knows, maybe they will.

    (I'd say Mark Hughes has more chance of being next LFC manager than Souness).

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  171. So the owners sacked Kenny at 16:00 or that it was made public at 16:00? Big difference between the two

    I'm sure the players, staff, etc, were told earlier than the public/media, as is usually the case.

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  172. The players, staff, etc, usually get told considerably before the public/media get told officially.

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  173. bloody hell, can't you read!?

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  174. All those people are probably quoting the same source, so why is there no official statement from Liverpool FC themselves? Steve Clarke was pictured at a Baseball game with both the owners whilst Kenny was on a plane back to the UK after being relieved of his duties! It is still unclear as to the future of Clarke, I for one don't believe anything the press chuck out there until I hear it from the horses mouth, ie Liverpool FC!

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  175. We'll wait & see..
     

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  176. I RECKON JOEY BARTON MISTIMES A FEW OF HIS TACKLES.......WHAT JA THINK ?

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  177. Jamie, everyone can be a different opinion. In my view, the decision to support Kenny was the best thing to do in the interests of the Club. Now that Kenny has just gone, I will heartbeat support the new manager, although I believe that Kenny's successor must be put in scrutiny under the usual boxes: top four spot, good run in Europa League possibily. If He will miss the achievements established earlier in the season, He must be sacked as well as Kenny.

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  178. How edited was that! Proves my point really. What a joke.

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  179. Before Suarez signed for Liverpool in the press conference he said if barca or real come I would like to go. Atleast we know that not like Torres when he went to Chelsea. I respect Suarez for telling the truth.

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  180. Marvin Phythian1:52 pm, May 17, 2012

    Get over yourself Jaimie, firstly so what someone asks whether one day you'd like to ply your trade in sunnier climes, that's not even newsworthy, certainly not to an intelligent person, maybe a tabloid reader with a low IQ perhaps.  Secondly, a striker is through on goal near the half way line the defender takes him down knowing he'll get a yellow or red, how is that different to Suarez's handball?  It's not.

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  181. You put 'it's my dream' in speach quotes, he never said that, he said its any players dream to play in those leagues, but putting it in speach quotes you are saying that those were his exact words that came out of his mouth, and then you go on to write the actual quote which is no where near as sensational as you made out! This I believe is called libel! You attract people to read your stories with sensational headlines then try to hide the true story in your biased reporting! All he said was that it was every players dream to play in those leagues, but you have him as a man sat by the phone with his bags packed waiting for a call from Barca! Imagine the season we would have had, had he not been present! How many did he create? How many did he score? You need to get behind your team, all of them!

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  182. You will notice that Jaimie purposely did not respond to this - cos he has no argument for it.  Instead of saying 'yeah ok i see your point', it's his opinion or no one elses.

    Jaimie, - fancy replying to Fabio's excellent piece here.  We'd all be interested in how you view the difference between what Suarez did in the world cup and what Phil Neville did.

    Thanks

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  183.  The news broke at 16:00, ie. some journo got wind at around 16:00.  As soon as players\staff get informed, the media will have word within minutes, if they didn't know already.

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  184. Yes usually, still I cannot make assumptions that Suarez knew, but probably Jaimie has insider information. Anyway, he still responded as if he was going to be at Liverpool next season.

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  185. correction Richie,

    The correct terminology is he has done a "Margy Clark"

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  186. Did you ever pay that £500 to the Hillsborough charity? You abuse the name of LFC for your own gains. Remove any comments you can't handle to face. Edit comments that reflect badly on you. You taken that job at the sun yet? 

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  187. I haven't responded because I've answered that question a million times, and I'm not going to waste my time going over it again. Additionally, what Neville or anyone else did is irrelevant to what Suarez did.

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  188. my apologies, i just saw a blur of colour and assumed it was adverts.. I write this laid on the floor in a pool of blood ;-)

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  189. I find it almost impossible to believe the author of this blog is actually a Liverpool supporter, constantly attempting to undermine management and players as he does, with inflammatory ( and often bogus) headlines hitting the news aggregators  - surely this is a site using tactical topical commentary to get page views ?

    I'd be extremely careful with regard to litigation if I were the author , aside from ashamed of myself , as some of this nonsense may be verging on libel?

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  190. Brendan Rogers ? I take it your Welsh.

    I'd rather have Roy Rogers

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  191. I take it you are Tony Blair with that ridiculous statement.

    Dear me, and just when I thought we had some intelligent fans posting comments.

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  192. suarez is one of our best players both in terms of skill and work rate. everyone is entitled to their ambitions. he made a big mistake in terms of the evra affair and suffered the consequences. Let's get behind our players. Loyalty works both ways, Jamie. The more we support our players the more joy they will take in playing for our club and the more loyalty we will be shown in return. We should not be made bitter by the ones who don't exhibit this loyalty (owen, torres etc), but should stick to the liverpool way of supporting our team through thick and thin.

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  193. It's not the first time he said that.If he want to go.ok.no problem.That's his dream.Everyone has one.It'll not be the end of LFC.

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  194. Are you trying to tell us you were once a Bluenose then cheesy and now support the Reds.

    Don't worry son its nothing to be ashamed of we all have our secrets......mine's Britney Spears in the School Uniform

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  195. Here we go guys..  questions in that same interview, not published on Jamie's site of reference on which he based this article.

    source: http://www.diariolarepublica.net/2012/05/luis-suarez-respondio-internautas/

    What do you think about the rumors that place you in the orbit of the FC Barcelona? Have you considered changing clubs?If you pay attention to all the rumors that appear in the newspapers, you go crazy. My mind is at ease, I have a contract at Liverpool and I am very happy there.Luis, How do you think your next season will be at Liverpool, Do you think you'll win the Premier League?It would be a dream because I think being in a club like Liverpool, who have not won it in a while, and to find ourselves in a close fight for it would be very nice.

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  196. What he did was absolutely right.He had to give his country another chance.he sacrifice himself.I do feel sorry for the African football specially Ghana.But I don't understand those people who think he was a cheater.

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  197. no, your just a deluded fool who can not show any true support for a club, manager, player, owner... honestly your reporting and conspiracies are as bad as those believing Elvis is still alive drinking cuba libre's and smoking a cigar... and your as bias as The Sun itself... * im sure you will find some reason to not post this as well - typical *

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  198. Jamie How about a positive comment on lfc anything instead I just write articles bagging the club and players it is people like u that think u can win a league with players like FIFA 12 god hope the next manager wins us the league or he might het the boot too ehh

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