13 May 2012

VIDEO: Ferguson & Rooney react to Aguero's title-winning goal. Magic!

When the referee blew the final whistle at the Stadium of light earlier, Manchester United had beaten Sunderland 1-0, and Manchester City were losing 2-1 against ten-man QPR, with only stoppage time remaining. United's players thought it was all over, but in the space of three minutes, City pulled off an incredible and snatched away from their greatest rivals. Does it get any sweeter than that?

Here is the moment Sergio Aguero scored the title-winning goal, juxtaposed with the reactions of Alex Ferguson, Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand:



Liverpool have had an utterly miserable Premier League season, and today's defeat at Swansea is just the latest in a long-line of terrible results. Reds fans will not be happy with an 8th place finish, but we can take solace in the pure joy of seeing United robbed of the title right at the death.

There's nothing worse than seeing cheating thugs like Wayne Rooney win title medals, so well done, City!

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209 comments:

  1. Time to send KD packing!

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  2. GTFO FOOLISH!!!!!

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  3. there is a valuable lesson learned here today,keep fighting till the bitter end ,Congrats to City,well done Sergio ,my player of the year.

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  4. Not for me! As a liverpool fan, watching the Tv today, reminded me how far behind we are when it comes to the league.  We might have to wait as long as city for the title. Hope im still alive to see it happen! I hope FSG install a young manager and give him 5 years minimum.

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  5. i think it is time for rmors to be confirmed and martinez to be placed

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  6. Kanwar best thing you have ever posted lmao!

    It's true lfc are miles away but the solace was there today!

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  7. "Not for me" meaning its getting boring  just having enjoyment watching Man U fail.

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  8. oh what a day!!!!!!  how those bast*rds laughed in 1989.......not fuc*ing laughing now, the dirty, sc*mbag cu*ts.

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  9. thats how shit you are u take solace in other's misery. Quite pathetic. Mind you, pathetic club, pathetic fans, what else is one to expect.

    Cheating thugs?? lmfao.... erm Steven Gerrard ring any bells? As far as I know Rooney's not been in court for a charge relating for violent behaviour? He's also not been seen punching a member of the public in the face???

    The greatest shame was seeing a racist thug like Suarez lift a trophy, that was a bad thing for football as a whole! And the behaviour of Liverpool fans blindly defending him was even worse!

    JUSTICE FOR THE 39!!!!
    HEYSEL WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN DESPITE THE SCOUSERS ATTEMPT TO TRY AND FORGET IT

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  10. Isn't it tragic that we have to get our thrills from watching our biggest rivals fight tooth and nail to get 1st place in the league.. It's borderline bitter behaviour.

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  11. 19 titles!! Bitter c*nts!5:59 pm, May 13, 2012

    Small time club getting a bit of a giggle out of united!! We've been rolling round laughing at u c*nts for years! Giggs 11 gerrard 0..... United till i die

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  12. Septimus_severus5:59 pm, May 13, 2012

    I'm FED UP of relying on ARSENAL, CHELSEA & NOW CITY to take pleasure  in Manchester United losing the premier league.

    We have NOTHING laugh about or take cheer from in the current Manager we have and the players we have.

    I sick to death of Dalglish and his press conferences you wait till you hear what he says after todays game you wont be happy.

    DALGLISH NEEDS TO BE REMOVED ASAP

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  13. Redderthebetter6:01 pm, May 13, 2012

    About time we put our own house in order and got a piece of that action i think. Fair play city and its just so refreshing to see Manure winning nothing, Ps Jamie, Rooney isn't a thug he's a simpleton and doesn't know any better lol. Right FSG get the skates on and move Kenny upstairs and get us a manager who knows what he is doing. YNWA

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  14. LIVERPOOL ARE SHIT6:02 pm, May 13, 2012

    lmao we had a awefull team this year and still finished second where did u finish top4 nope top6 nope top8 just lmao and u think u had a good season because u won the league cup well done congratz on your great season 

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  15. We need our own glory. wed love to be where utd are now. They challenge every year for trophies, most importantly the league title.  Liverpool winning the league feels 10 years + away at this moment in time. Our summer will be a case of trying to keep suarez, skrtel,agger..etc. And having our pick of second tier players, sad times.  The only way forward is installing a young manager and giving him time, to build a team.

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  16. cheap players that Liverpool needs : Milan Badelj, Vaclav Kadlec, Taras Stepanenko.

    cheap players that KD will buy : Diame, Rodalega, Jarvis, Davies, Doyle

    Another disaster waiting to happen next season!

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  17. Justice for Heysel6:08 pm, May 13, 2012

    Oh how far you have fallen, how did you get on today?

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  18. It's you who are pathetic.What a pity despite the help of the ref. on several occasion,you haven't been able to win the title.Without the help of the ref.your team would have been at ten title may be...

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  19. Its great to see you loserpools best day is when we lose. I can understand as you guys never win anything hahahaha. We fought off the money of chelski now we will beat city also. Just wait and watch us lifting the trophy again and you losers going to 10th position.

    19>18

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  20. hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!! i notice you don't mention what side you follow, coward. if it is the red side of mancsc*m, what a short memory you have. cantona attacking a member of the public ring any bells??????? go away and get back to what giggs or rooney love to do. keep it in the family or help the aged. if you come onto another clubs site, at least have the gumption to state your alligence.

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  21.  im not interested in how other teams do ...the fact is today we were not kicked off the park or out muscled...we were outplayed for large parts of the game....there was no point in playing carra kuyt or maxi .....but that's Kenny no vision or insight he ruined Newcastle with sub par players hopefully that's the last we see of him at anfield.

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  22. As a crazy liverpool fan I must say well done city a breath of class. hope we challange soon but to knock those posing bastards of the top priceless

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  23. why don't you state who you follow, embarrassment or cowardice.  if you are a red mancsc*um, how easily you forget cantona at palace???? carry on embarrassing yourself.

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  24. SOON WE HOPE.

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  25. ILLITERATE FOOL.

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  26. Get lost LOSER. We don't welcome your shit here. At least we won a cup this year. You manure won nothing, not even shit!

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  27. In Italy the club gets a star for every ten league titles they win,so if ManCHEATER  united had been gifted number 20 today it really would of meant something.So really its the club who reaches 20 first who can be acclaimed the greatest in their league.Yet LFC along with Milan and Madrid are the worlds 3 most successful clubs ever in terms of european success,that alone makes us by far the most successful club in England.

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  28.  rooney is a cheating cunt....wife cheating cunt!!!...and with a granny too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  29. Oh how the mighty have fallen,not utd,Liverpool.you liverpuds will have to wait longer than city to win the league.utd Lost on gd what's your excuse.king kenny my ar*e even you pool dickwads want him out,but when he was appointed manager you claimed him to be the messiah to bring home the glory days again.so revel in utds loss,the difference is we will be stronger next year that's a fact.we did it when abramovich pumped his money in,and we will come back again,if it's next season or the one after.all you can do is say your pre season mantra of "it'll be our year"and dream.i can say well done city you deserve the title,you played like champions to the last second.and to you liverpool fans read the league table and weep,oh how the mighty have fallen.

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  30. TRY AGAIN WITH YOUR POST. LITERACY ISN'T A STRONG POINT WITH YOU THEN?

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  31. Silly wanker.  Keep to the sport 

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  32. AND YOUR TEAM IS?? COME ON SHY PEOPLE, IT SUMS YOU FOOLS UP, EMBARRASSED OR JUST CAN'T SPELL???

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  33. I think you'll find Steven Gerrard was found NOT GUILTY in court.. that ring any bells?.. Forgot about Mr cantona's kung fu antics as well I imagine.. Now F**k off back to your own site! YNWA!

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  34. I'm actually fed up looking at other results and c if other teams r going to stop Manure from wining the title. As great as it was though its time to look at our club and try and sort things out. I hope FSG r doing that already starting with KD. If they don't I'm afraid we will keep looking at other teams and results next season as well.

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  35. Typical utd fans! bitter to the end! city have played the best football, they have the best players! they won the league! well done city! it might have been a high pressure game but you did it!  as for the Utd fans having a go at liverpool lets set the record straight! while you polish your second place and we polish an actual trophy at what point does coming second or 8th matter? you are in the CL but will you ever be able to win it again? the likelyhood is small! you berate city for spending £30m+ on players but you used to do it before uncle malcom took all your money!! dalglish has brought us out of possably the worst 5-6 years in this clubs history! he was the steady hand! the go to guy! i will never do anything but stand up for him because he is a legend! if it doesn't work this time then he can step away safe in the knowladge he has steadyed the ship!  if you want banter thats fine! but the pure bile spoutted out on these articles time and time again boarders on the insane!!!  the problem i find is because utd have had everything their own way for so long the fans have no appreciation (accept a small few) for what they have actually achieved! they don't want it! they expect it! the difference being liverpool used to do it with class!! Utd never have!!!

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  36. Jaimie, please clean this page upl many of th comments are totally unacceptable.

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  37. Well congrats on 2nd place ... & no cup. We will get better & come back. The tide is turning in Manchester!! And yes you have an awful team (IMO). YNWA. 

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  38. AND YOU HAVE WON WHAT, THIS SEASON..........??????????? THIS IS THE PRESENT, YOU ACCUSE US OF GOING ON ABOUT HISTORY, SO LETS TALK ABOUT NOW/TODAY..................AWAY YOU GO..........

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  39. To think Evertonians get stick for their non stop talking about Liverpool... well we are joining them by the looks of it... 8th in the league shocking... and we are all enjoying Man Utd losing the title... we should be discussing the management position at our club not a team that finished so far ahead of us its embarassing!!!!!!!

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  40. You didn't lose today you won. Just weren't good enough to win the league. At least we know we aren't. Oh & I wait in great anticipation.

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  41. I agree with Russ this story should never of been posted and belittles us as fans we finished 8th and they 2nd end of a nightmare league season.

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  42. Oh be quiet. Don't read them then. So other fans come on here and expect not to have anything thrown back at them? That's the nature of football fans. Don't be so precious. Do you know what? a man said "bloody" before 9pm!!!!!! Quick fella, get onto 'Points of View' now!!!!!!

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  43. rooney did the worst a man can do to his pregnant wife......nothing illegal, but very  humiliating to the girl

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  44. He apparently forgot too about Ferdinand not showing for the random drug test and getting banned for it .

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  45. today is the worse day for us, ! I hope FSG and KD do feel it too! we were awaiting keenly for the real liverpool pass and move! but we saw only kick and run this season! at times, we are very tempted to say 'BBR (Bring Back Rafa)` I JUST DONT THINK WE ARE READY TO WAIT FOR MORE TIME THAN NEXT SEASON! OUR CONSOLATION IS THE HOPE FOR THE TITLE NEXT SEASON AND NOTHING ELSE!!! WE ARE JUST TIRED OF AWAITING AND SEEING OTHERS CELEBRATING!!!!
    ENOUGH NOW!!!!
    WE HAD SO MUCH HOPE THIS YEAR! NO MORE KICK AND RUN! PASS AND MOVE, BEAUTFUL TRADITIONAL FOOTBALL, A TEAM WITH GUTS AND DETERMINATION LIKE THE NE WHICH BRUGHT DOWN AC MILAN IN 2005, LIKE THE ONE WICH FINISHED 2ND SOMETIMES BACK!!!!
    WHO CAN BRING IT BACK: KD? RB? OR Martinez?!!!
    Whom ? We just want our football back!

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  46. kenny out -with him there is no hope or fuyure

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  47. TOO MANY DELICATE, FRAGILE, PEOPLE ON HERE. I NOTICE YOU HAVE DELETED SOME COMMENTS. WHERE THEY THAT OFFENSIVE? IF PEOPLE CAN'T EXPRESS THEIR OPINIONS HOW THEY WANT, THEN THIS ISN'T A DEMOCRACY. IF SOMEONE EXPRESSES SOMETHING YOU DON'T LIKE, IT'S VERY SIMPLE...IGNORE AND MOVE ON. THERE WAS NOTHING THREATENING ON ANY OF THE NOW DELETED POSTS. GROW UP PEOPLE, ARE YOU ADULTS OR JUST IN A REGRESSIVE STATE OF MIND WHERE YOU CAN'T COPE WITHOUT PROTECTION. PATHETIC REALLY.

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  48. I am sick of DALGLISH

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  49. WHY ARE SOME OF THE POSTS DELETED? THERE WAS NO THREATS OR VICIOUSNESS IN ANY OF THEM, FROM ANY FAN. TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE EASILY OFFENDED, IT IS A DISEASE THAT IS CREEPING INTO OUR SOCIETY. AS LONG AS IT ISN'T THREATENING, WHY CAN'T PEOPLE EXPRESS WHAT THEY THINK? TOO MANY WET, DELICATE, PEOPLE AROUND TODAY. '1984' IS NEARLY HERE, VERY SAD INDEED.

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  50. Hats off to city, utd were second best but do we need to celebrate we have won a league cup, who cares? We are miles off utd and hundred miles of city, I fear we will be waiting a lot more time before we ever qualify for the champions league.

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  51. In Kenny we trust7:29 pm, May 13, 2012

    kenny must stay, the first full year of our rebuilding programme, we have created more chances and hit the woodwork more times than anyone this season, just 2 more players to complete the jigsaw. Oh and a league cup on the way. Not bad hey.

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  52. LETS HOPE NOTBECAUSE WE FANS, LET ALONE '...QUALIFY FOR CHAMPION LEAGUE CUP', WE WANA BE THE TITLE CONTENDERS! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! WE NEED A MANAGER WHOS A GOOD TACTICAN , RAFA WAS ONE, TO MATCH BIG MONEY TEAMS LIKE CITY, CHELSEA , TOTENHAM AND CO.

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  53. HaHaHa, keep wollowing in self pity, getting comfort from Utd missing out on Goal difference, the fact is youre so far behind you fools are only embarresing yourselves........Muppets !!!!

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  54. Thanks, it could have been better, we will try again next season............If you reply to this or any of the other posts, can you please learn to spell and include some punctuation. Many thanks.

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  55. are you high??!!

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  56. what is he building a cellar.
    everything has gone down not up
    Its goals that count not hitting the post.
    2 players thats a joke, more like 6 no wonder we are in a mess when too many people are in denial of it

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  57. Liverpool FC manager Kenny Dalglish responded angrily to suggestions he may not be in charge next season after his side’s disappointing Barclays Premier League campaign ended with a 1-0 defeat at Swansea.
    Reports in some Sunday newspapers had suggested that Kenny Dalglish would leave the manager’s position during the summer, with Wigan boss Roberto Martinez being tipped as the man to replace him.
    After watching Danny Graham’s 100th career goal condemn them to an eighth-placed finish, Dalglish was asked if he expected to be in the Liverpool FC hot seat next season.
    He replied: "I expect the owners to have more dignity and integrity than to believe a story in a newspaper."

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  58. In Kenny we trust7:55 pm, May 13, 2012

    Which manager builds a team in one season? Rafa errr, Martinez err. We now have a foundation to bulid on. Give the man a chance to do his job.

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  59. "Does it get any sweeter than that " Yes it does , witnessing the once mighty Liverpool 37 points behind Manchester United in the Premiership.
    Scraping into the Europa league, courtesy of a League cup win.
    Failing in the summer 'again' to attract the worlds top players again through not being anywhere near the Champions league competition 'again '!
    City won their first Premiership title after 44 years of a barren period, having spent £500 million pounds to asemble the team , by  goal difference of 8.No premiership title has ever been won on goal difference , till City forged the win against a 10 man team, after another nutty Scouser Barton acted like a Liverpool thug.
    They have a premiership title to their name Jamie,do Liverpool?
    Keep winding-up United supporters though Jamie, we just look, laugh, at Liverpool, not magic.
    Infamy Infamy , they've got it in for me.Says Kenny Dalglish. 

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  60. I dont understand how some people still want dalglish to stay after the fiasco of this season. Let me refresh your memory:

     
    1. We are 8th in the league only besting fulham on goal difference
    2. We sit below rivals Everton(7th)
    3. We have the lowest point tally (53) ever, since i dont even remember when. 
    5. We lost 13 matches in all which is one third of the total league matches
    6. We lost the FA Cup
    7. We are out of champions league only qualifying in europe thanks to the carling cup

    Now my question is: How can u still trust kenny?

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  61. read the comments below and how is that building a foundation.

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  62. WE CAN NOT SUBSTITUTE OURSEVLES INTO THE PLACE OF THE OWNERS AND THE ACTUAL MANAGER BUT WE CAN CERTAINLY VOICE OUT THE CONSEQUENCE WE ARE CURRENTLY WITESSING!
    WHO'L BE THE NEXT MANAGER ISN'T IN OUR HANDS BUT ONE THING FOR SURE IS THAT WE DO REMEMBER THE WORDS OF STEVEY G LAST TIME WHEN WE ENDED 2ND '...LIVERPOOL WILL WIN THE TITLE IN 5 YEARS TIME'.
    WE NEED THAT PASS AND MOVE FLUID TYPE OF FOOTBALL WHICH GUARANTEED US THE 2ND PLACE SOMETIMES BACK!!!!
    CURRENTLY, THER ARE TEAMS RELYING ON PLAYERS BOUGHT FOR BIG MONEY TO CHALLENGE TOP FOUR PLACES, THIS IS WHERE A COACHWHO IS A GOOD TACTICIAN IS VITAL.

    WE CAN NOT AFFORD TO RELY ON TOO MANY TO-BLOSOM-TYPE OF PLAYERS TO GET RESULTS.
    WE ALREADY HAVE SOME OF THESE- I BELIEVE CAROL, DOWNING, HENDERSON, SHELVEY, ADAMS, SPEARNG ANDLAST BUT NOT LEAST STERLING WILL SHOW A POSITIVELY DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE NEXT SEASON. LUAS WILL BE BACK.HOWEVER WE NEED SUPPORT FOR SUAREZ.

    GERARD WILLBE VERY PRECIOUS IN CRUCIAL MATCHES.
    BUT WE HOUD NOT BE PLAYING ANYMORE KICK AND RUN TYPE OF FOOTBALL!


      

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  63. Septimus_severus8:26 pm, May 13, 2012

    Sounds to me that he knows his times up.
    Hence the dignity and integrity bit, now he's using EMOTION  to cloud the FACTS which is that this is the WORST league performance in 50 years.

    He's not going to resign and will have to be sacked mark my words.
    He wants a pay off but will use the pretence of the Love of the Club.
    If Kenny really really wants the best for Liverpool he should just say I can't take the club further and GO.
    I think many fans who assumed he loved Liverpool so much will be surprised at how difficult he's going to be.

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  64. Well u gotta be in it to win it...

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  65. At least this made me smile today -- 



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3JUdryT9zI

    When will we see that kind of class in a Liverpool shirt again?

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  66. just fed up with reading so-called fans of liverpool, certainly not SUPPORTERS, whose only role is to criticise. changing the manager everytime you dimwits complain will get us nowhere. try supporting our players. and our manager. and our club. or go support some other club who deserve you. our club deserves better.

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  67. at least you can come on a LFC site to give your views.The ManUtd websites dont allow anyone but brainwashed man utd fans to comment.Man utd is like Mac Donalds brainwash a kid when there youg and they stay with them for life believing there getting something good.thank God there are still real clubs around like LFC whose fans are acknowledged the world over as the best.I honestly dont think Man Utd will recover from this i really dont,then all the prawn sandwich brigade might start getting fed up if they dont win anymore.

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  68. im a united fan. i just want liverpool to be the title contenders again. United and liverool, the 2 best teams in epl should fight for the title again.... kenny should step down

    Rafa or pep would be good for lfc....

    united fans r worried...but its not the end...its not only the beginning for city....be it a beginning for united and lfc....

    Defending a title is not so easy..And we, both set of fans know that....

    Cant wait for the next season...

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  69. The yanks may have had the story planted to gauge fans opinions kenny???  Listening to the majority of these blogs, i dont think there will be many tears if you were pushed on.

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  70. we won the carling cup winning away at stoke, chelsea, and manchester city. reached the fa cup final beating man utd and everton. qualified for europe. so on three fronts we made progress. once we couldn't finish 4th, the league position became virtually irrelevant. so better we trust what ? changing manager every year like the rent boys ?
    the season was not a fiasco. some of the comments here are.

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  71. THAT'S WHAT SPEECHLESS DESERVES PHIL07, YOU R JUST RIGHT

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  72. arsenal won nothing. tottenham won nothing. united won nothing. only city, liverpool and chelski won anything. stop moaning and support the team

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  73. Redderthebetter8:44 pm, May 13, 2012

    Yup Can't wait to see Rooney threaten to leave again and watch everyone at Manure Panic, Kiss his Arse to try and keep him while throwing ur dignity out the window. Classy Act. the only difference between UTD and how Chelski and Now City won the league is that they have the cash and didn't have to sink themselves into what is it about 3 quarters of a billion debt to do it. Seriously King Go to your own sites and as being honest nobody wants to hear ur sour grapes. Once Again Well done City.

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  74. liverpool waiting to win the league has been a long wait. its like waiting for united fans to discover any of dignity, respect, or class ... for all of our recent failings we remain the most succesful english club, will do for a long time to come, and won one more trophy this season than united. now go back in your rathole.

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  75. Fortuneandglory8:50 pm, May 13, 2012

    Won't be long b4 UTD do a Rangers lol. Ocean finance on the phone. lol

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  76. Our two stars belong in the history museum, that is how old they are.

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  77. You can go on Manchester united fan sites, as long as your civil and keep a balanced tongue. I agree Liverpool are a club recognised throughout the world, as is Chelsea and Arsenal.Much to the dismay,no despise of Manchester City's fans, the way they view United's world wide fan base.
    Why will Manchester United not recover from this ,its a young team in transistion, that Sir Alex Ferguson , Liverpools nemisis is building.A few key signings in the summer ,will drastically change the team.
    The young United players , need to taste defeat as well as success, to grow.
    I'm so glad Jamie answered my questions!
    Read my profile you will see i am fair.

    I agree , come back RAFA......Fact! lol.

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  78. There's an old saying the truth always hurts...learn to deal with it, the league table never lies. You get what u put in...I don't think kd deserves to get the sack yet but 8th place in league is not success or progress and no one has the right to do that to the club. NO ONE is bigger than the club and remember excuses about hitting the woodwork are for the weak who never win anything major. The other thing is u look at other managers who have spent as well and also did not have the initial support of the fans and still came through all that within the same period. I think in that aspect kenny has had it easier and has lost some of his credentials. Alan patdrew is just one example. Like i said truth hurts and we are worse off in league than last season..

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  79. 14 more weeks until next season

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  80. Yay, the Carling Cup(!)

    Fucking hell

    We have been a laughing stock this season, with our league form and the Suarez debacle. Even with the shield of KK's media cheerleaders that are Spackman, Houghton, etc.

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  81. A foundation of shitty British players

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  82. lol.Personally as my second team is Glasgow Celtic , I feel that anology is below the belt.if you new how the demise of the Teddy Bears came about in detail.
    Wait for the flotation in Singapore the Glazer are planning.
    Mind in truth i am realistic, wont hold my breath.lol

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  83. In Kenny we trust9:03 pm, May 13, 2012

    Below are the stats for this season. You don't measure the solidity of your foundations by what you see in the 1st season, We have with our investments bought potential, not the finished team and with 2 good buys in the summer hopefully (and in Kenny we trust) next season the chances we create will convert to goals.

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  84. that shows you complete lack of consistency, you take positives from that, good luck, i don't think anybody surrendered the league, they just played isht, bad tactics, lack of ability, no motivation. changing manager because this one is clueless wasted money, played blindly his signings all season without considering if they're playing good or not (henderson started virtually every game, that's a joke to me, dislodged Kuyt,  downing dislodged maxi unbelievable, downing was our worst player this season, quickly followed by Adam) say what you want but you're lying only to yourself

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  85. Brian -Ormskirk9:11 pm, May 13, 2012

    Let joy be unconfined ! Brilliant result by City. Old Rednose must have thought it was in the bag at the end of 90 minutes. What a finish. Right now I don't even care that we lost again today and have completed one of our worst seasons in nearly sixty years. Just so pleased that the MUck got theirs!!! Tomorrow, however, is another day. We might learn exactly what FSG had to say to Dalglish the other day

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  86. reading the comments on this article gives credence to a comment I made on another of Jamie K's articles: that this site is riddled with trolling supporters of other teams (especially Manchester United) and to analyze his polls as saying "Liverpool fans" instead of saying "My Readers" is totally incorrect. But you can't tell him anything because he's always right.
    Anyways congrats to City and yes I too agree that we can't and shouldn't depend on other teams stopping United as our main source of joy amusement. However I do not suscribe to the sacking/removal of Dalglish. I believe he deserves at LEAST one more season at the helm

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  87. We need to stop living in the past and relying on sentiment to regain former glory. Kenny is a great memory but not the right man to get us back to the top again. I fear it is going to be a Manc domination for the next decade.

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  88. In Kenny we trust9:22 pm, May 13, 2012

    Why don't you apply for Kennys Job?

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  89. Richardmcgill249:25 pm, May 13, 2012

    i love reading the fans comments. the sack kenny brigade who are probably the same people calling for kenny when roy was in charge. lets get one thing straight all managers need time and money so sacking kenny this early on is not only stupid but also expensive we spent 8 mill getting rid of roy and now you want the club to spend probably more due to kennys high wage to get rid of kenny and no doubt when martinez fails after 6 mths you will want lfc to throw another 8 mill away to get rid of him. give kenny time to build a team and get them playing his way. 

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  90. Richardmcgill249:29 pm, May 13, 2012

    if lfc sack kenny to get a manager as piss poor as martinez we will be in worse hands than when roy hodgson had the job and we all know what happened when he had us. sack kenny for him and say goodbye to top flight football.

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  91. Mark Bedford999:33 pm, May 13, 2012

    your a wanker

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  92. So we're not allowed to have an opinion then Phil??? LOL I think someone needs a reality check. If i pay my money, to buy my ticket, to see my team. I have the right to have an opinion whether you like it or not. Take of the Rose tinted glasses Phil, all is very not well with LFC. Managers buy the players, pick the team, select the tactics played and therefore are responsible for the team performance. Sorry Phil but you're wrong but i do respect your right to have your opinion, i will not suggest you go follow another club and i will not refer to you as a dimwit but you are a Lemming.

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  93. Anhyone hear old Beetroot head Sir Exlax moaning that City had 5 mins of extra time...I thought I had heard it all, then he had to say that.  He is to the truth what Joseph Stalin was to world politics.  

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  94. erm RAWK isn't exactly the most welcoming of sites, even for a Liverpool who dares to go against the RAWK majority's perception of norm.

    We were probably the first club in England to start off the mass glory hunter movement. Loads of Liverpool supports down south still thanks to the 'history', despite the lack of league success these days. So I doubt their glory hunters will jump ship as they have been around for a long time as the big team in PL.

    Our reputation as a club and as fans has taken a battering over the Suarez thing. Nonsense to make out we are some nirvana, in terms of fan support. What was done to Hodgson was a disgrace.

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  95. Meh, used to it for the last two decades, the manc domination and now it will get even worse with two of them.

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  96. erm he was pointing out the facts like Rafa does, that they had 5 minutes injury time and extra man and yet went onto congratulate the blue mancs and that they deserved it.
    But hey, its Ferguson, so we are duty bound to character assassinate him, especially in your childish manner. So fair play. 

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  97. am sick and tried of kenny daglish,,his after match interviews are embarrassing ,,the facts are where rubbish ,and that aint gonna change anytime soon while .he continues to think that bad luck is to blame for the shambles he has put us in,,maybe if he  had of spent that 100 odd million on silva mata and jalavic instead of his poor buys ie henderson adam downing we would of had a good season..he,s deluded and he,s ruining lfc ,loved the man as a player and for the help and work he done for the 96 but by god the club has to come first and not kennys feelings  ,,,

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  98. Nobodies arguing we where shit this year,your lot must be shitier coz you won nothing.Away 2 another site,goodnite.

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  99. I think more needs to be made about the fact that stability has brought Man Utd prolonged success as a club. Likewise Real Madrid when they were totally dominating in Europe in the 50's-60's. It takes time for a manager to implement a system within a club, likewise time to get to know the players' strengths and weaknesses. Patience within the club is what rewarded the Utd fans with long-term success when Ferguson was being hung by the media, and as a result the more fickle fans. Dalglish knows how to win. He's won the league previously with a team playing his style of football. How easy do you think it makes his job when the media, and again, the more fickle fans, start calling for his head? This man has won leagues and cups. Aside from Football Manager, what have any of you 'armchair fans' won?

    Liverpool were sitting in the second division in 1958. They hired Bill Shankley as manager. In 1962 they got promoted to the old first division. In 1964 they won it. Thus begun the most successful 2 and a half decades in their history. Stability and patience wins titles and cups.

    Be patient. Support your team.

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  100. Stupid scouse twats taking pleasure out of us losing the title on goal difference to a team that has cost £300 million to put together. We'll be back be sure of that. Fickle fuckers now calling for a new manager probably the same pricks who were spouting off about how "king kenny" was gonna bring the good times back. Sad that you dickeds need our narrow failure to help deal with ur own pathetic situation.

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  101. there are no foundations that will give you a good team, more and more players will leave because the team is not reaching it's potential, if you think carroll and hendo are the future, than i wouldn't like to imagine that future. The team's problem is not that it cannot convert chances, but they cannot play as a team, there is no impact from the bench, the quality of players bought in the summer was mediocre to say the least. there is virtually no one who can make a proper pass in the final third, maxi is leaving, shelvey needs time, gerrard is constantly injured. 2 additions would move us up one position in the league or even makes us go below the 10th. LFC plays hopelessly predictable, tactics are all wrong, there is no mentality installed, for 3/4 of the season we banged crosses aimlessly into the box with no effect, should i continue? yep one last thing we out played chelsea 4-1, kenny used the same tactics and players against swansea, the result was 1-0 for the welshmen no tweaking and plan b, KD has no clue how to approach games, whenever the team won it was down to luck, not with the finishing but with the tactics, plus motivation came only from playing proper rivals, especially if they beaten us b4. I rest my case

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  102. who actually cares about their reaction - well if that is all we have to shout about how the mighty LFC, the team I have followed for 30 years have fallen. We are a pathetic reflection of the past, signing "the best of british" - hardly for Mascherano and Alonso read Henderson and Spearing - absolute no hopers - we will never win so much as a tombola with them players in the squad....it's about time we stopped being so sentimental about the past and playing the victim card and brought in a manager who is rutheless, takes no crap and is given some serious money but sorry it won't happen cause we are not in the champions league and in decline......how much did Everton spend last summer and where have they finished today????? RIP LFC YNWA

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  103. We won a cup (not the one we hoped for, but a cup nonetheless). You made some money.

    Hmmmm.

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  104. I get the feel players like skertle, agger, Maxi, lucas, Coates, maybe even gerrard, suarez and Carroll (?) will want to leave for the top clubs next season.Come on put yourself in their shoes...with a team made of henderson, adam, enrique, johnson, downing, spearing, doni (btw Reina will move as already indicated by his stinking attitude between the woods this season) and other sub standard players, who want to stay on! Get ready folks, next year the battle that will be on our hands will be relegation and we be fighting for our lives to stay up as all the other teams in the league are so much better than us....

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  105. MonkeysAndPirates12:07 am, May 14, 2012

    Where did we finish? - Below City, same as United did.

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  106. I certainly don't regard City as an 'evil'. I always had a soft spot for them when Paul Power was captain.
    And if ever a set of fans deserved their day in the sun, it is surely Man City's?
     United are pure evil. Chelsea are, too.

    City are just rich. 

    Oh, and Champs.

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  107. Ok ta.

    Fell off the settee when Aguero scored.

    You?

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  108. Jamie u say personal insults will not be tolerated yet u call rooney a cheating thug! Double standards there mate!

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  109. NFFelskerSolskjaer12:20 am, May 14, 2012

    We are United! Gutted. But it could have been worse, we could be Liverpoo.... Ha ha ;-)

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  110. And long did ManUre did before they won the league? My, you have either a short memory or you are just a plastic glory hunter.

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  111. That's a statement of fact rather than an insult.

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  112. It was so sad watching us lose to Swansea, knowing all around the league teams were fighting for something bigger. We have falled so far and Dalglish has to go.

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  113. ha ha ! grow up, calling us Looserpool! talk like a stupid kid.

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  114.  It's a great result by Man City!

    Anyway, can we have Guus Hiddink for next season? Since we have thrown 100 plus mil pounds away completely, why not spend some big money to bring him in from Anzhi?

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  115.  ja e en fattig knegare och jag lever på snus

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  116. It's funny how you ridiculous scousers are getting kicks off this, your 'great' team are not exactly challenging for anything anymore are you... 8th in the league says it all. Ps. 19.

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  117. Don't talk to me about funny.. Haven't stopped laughing yet!! LOL

    Its not just us scousers mate, the 'WHOLE WORLD ' is laughing at ye.. No doubt about that.. Har Har

    And even funnier.. of all the boards in all the world ye have to log on to ours... Inferiority complex anyone... LOL

    Agueroooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hee Hee Hee

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  118. Correct and right Sir.. LOL

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  119. Mate the whole world was celebrating not just us.. 99 per cent of fans from every club in the PL cheered when Aguerooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo scored (thats the new speling of his name by the way)

    The Sunderland fans went mental(poznan style) as would any other set of supporters in their situation..

    So less of the dramatics.. we all know we're in the s##t house .. we're just having a laugh and enjoying the moment..

    Like everybody else...

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  120. I broke my settee when he scored LOL!!  

    Agueroooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

     I'd Say there was more than a few tellys broken too LOL

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  121.  Liverpool 18 United 19 of course we don't want United to reach 20 you don't sound much like a Liverpool fan tbh..

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  122. Talking about insulting a player, Jamie should take his own medication....

    Wayne is a class act.  ManU will return to take on the billionares next door.

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  123. Patrick The Red3:07 am, May 14, 2012

    If Kenny gets a good finisher or two in the team next season and has a great year, you lot will look pretty stupid! None of you actually know anything about football except Fifa..

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  124. Haha playing too much Football Manager!

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  125. LFC the only '5 STAR' club in EPL

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  126. I gave up watching the Swansea game after about 25 mins as it was utter tripe, turned over to watch the City match and lept in the air when Aguero scored. That the first time in 30 years as a Liverpool fan thats happened, something has got to give. KK will need to go the past is holding us back clean slated needed

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  127.  I  just wanna say i dont think Kenny is the man to take Liverpool to the title but in saying that many of you people disgust me he bleeds Liverpool as much or more than all of ya,
    Show some respect at least he is doing the best he can i am sure we can agree with that if its not good enough fine.
    I hope Kenny takes it upon himself to do whats necessary not feel ashamed like many seem to think he should.

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  128. all of you kenny apologists forget the fact that he's wasted 120 MILLION POUNDS! At least City and Chelsea bought great players with their money!

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  129. In other news , port officials have determined that Liverpool are too small to dock the premiership.

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  130. Headbangersavailable7:51 am, May 14, 2012

    liverpool = deep fucking cunt team wo rejoices as he doesnt have the balls to win up the title.... mother fucking cunts

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  131. Exactly - whether Man U, Man City or anybody else wins the league, I couldn't care less if it isn't Liverpool!

    All this eagerly looking to revel in other teams failure (as opposed to our own success) should be beneath LFC

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  132. Totally agreed - the worst thing is our fans will argue that Man U coming second is a failure, while our season was somehow a success!

    And that Man U squad is in just as much of a transitional phase as ours is.

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  133. What's that - did he beat her and cut the fetus out from her stomach while her parents were forced to watch?? :-o

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  134. It's not borderline - it's as bitter, and ridiculous, as anything any Everton fan could possibly do

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  135. hopeless liverpool fans7:58 am, May 14, 2012

    united won the community shield thats a cup last time i checked

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  136. Liverpool fans should be concerned with Liverpool getting to  number 19, not whether Utd get to number 20...

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  137. Totally agreed Gilstrap - as far as I'm concerned Dalglish has been selfish in focusing on the short-term (i.e. playing it safe with the expensive and experienced players), rather than doing what was in the long term interests of the club (taking risks to uncover some new talent). And playing it safe failed.

    I don't see any real reason to be optimistic tbh, and am resorting to clutching at straws for a miraculous turnaround next season. The simple fact is that we need new players to get us out of this predicament, and Dalglish has shown nothing to suggest that he should be the man to buy our way out of the mess that he has dug. 

    This season has been an utter shambles, both on and off the pitch. The man in charge has to be held accountable for it, instead of just moving on all the backroom staff. Hopefully Dalglish will show one bit of class and do what is best for the club now, in stepping down gracefully asap.

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  138. It doesn't get much worse than being pitied by a club that is supposed to be a rival. And that is the position that Dalglish has left us in. 

    That is when he's not making everybody hate us of course...

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  139. Will Bounceback8:14 am, May 14, 2012

    Us Mancs love seeing gloating headlines like that. Shows us you have nothing else to enjoy except misery. So bitter, it's beautiful.

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  140. Why are United retards on here? Did they give their mums the wrong website to cry on?

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  141. More like a massive plate....

    But we'll concede that one if you really want it.

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  142. The Don, South Africa9:15 am, May 14, 2012

    Please.. Damm it ... Why do we surrender after missing out of 4th place and drift into the abyss >8th place. Turning point - loosing to Arsenal in run in to the 4th place finish. But what do we do throw in the towel and toally neglect the league. This is not on. IMHO the league is the indicator of good teams and bad ones. Unfortunately we are falling on the latter in terms of LFC history.

    We needed to fight on in the league till the last match, not when 7, 8 or 9 to still go. Lets face it, Cup matches are a once off in a way, anything can happen, but the league is a true indication of performance !!!

    In that note I say lets prioritise the league next season over cups. But whoo got the knowledgable understanding of doinf this. Not KD !!!

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  143. "cheating thugs like Wayne Rooney"? Bit rich from a club which condones racism and Gerrard has been known to trip over the odd invisible foot...

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  144. I have to disagree that is seen as irrelevant by any LFC fan to watch MU's PL title win count increase.  Nothing has grated with me more than watching them rack up PL title after title with at times, a mediocre & average team.  It's been quite unreal.  To see them "lose" it, in the the fashion they did yesterday is the stuff of dreams.  It's not beneath LFC or any fan to wish nothing but a lack of success on our bitterest rivals.
    Belive me, I celebrated that Aguero goal as if it was a Liverpool goal.  It is THAT important.

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  145. good to see old whiskeynose yapping about the 5 mins of extra time City got. LOL the man has no class.

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  146. "Wayne is a class act"? Bob seriously are you ok? Look at what he has done, please. Hookers? oh forget that, what about holding ur club to ransom lol. And u welcome him back cause u all know ur F*@ked without him. No class or principals but then again what else can u expect from a club ran by Fergie the tapper lol. Seriously Bob. i would rethink ur statement. 

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  147. If he could do that why didn't he do it last year and make this season a great one?

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  148. Don't see him out with hookers though. Never saw him hold his club to ransom, where is the proof of racism? Go to ur own sites coward.

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  149. Not sure why they deserve it more than most other clubs

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  150. We finished below Everton too. Bet that feels nice for you(!)

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  151. No, it really is mostly us Liverpool fans, sadly. Go on the BBC blog, its mostly Liverpool fans laughing.  It is sad.

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  152. I think this season's problem has been both psychological and tactical. At times, our tactics have really let us down and despite having eleven players on the pitch, it seemed as if we were only utilising 8. Another problem, which is a psychological problem, is that we overcompensated for our failures and ended up failing anyway. To cover for our short-comings, we went the extra mile too far. I credit this for our ridiculously high number of shots which hit the post, and I am afraid Kenny might have influenced our players psychologically into a state of over-compensation. 

    Dear owners, please get us a team of good sports psychologists! We clearly need one!

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  153. 37 point difference between Utd and Liverpool.  Never mind 19.  This is shameful.  Probably not worth shouting too much about other teams failures...

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  154. This is embarrassing would everybody stop giving out and posting stupid pointless videos you are embarrassing our football club why do we take glory in United suffering this is idiotic our main concern is rebuilding the mistakes Kenny Dalglish has made and try and be up there challenging city next year

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  155. I wonder what will happen next season. last night game was awful as usual. The players are frustrated when they play against Swansea and the tactic from KK is not that good. The midfield is a mess and if we don't fix it. Next season might be more worse for Liverpool. We might witness another new owner takeover. Whatever it is good luck Liverpool in next season

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  156. Thomason Stephan10:59 am, May 14, 2012

    as an elated  man city  fan i always feel that Liverpool has the greatest fans in the world and the fairest who applaud endeavour and fair play its been a bizarre season but the carling cup is a trophy and just as hard to win as the FA cup .
    I think Kenny just needed to restore some stability the whole suarez incident was a bad distraction ,and to hear walk on sung at Anfield  is still the geatest football anthem .

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  157. Anak Haram kau, fergie. BABI, you cant accept other teams victories. You think EPL belongs to you ? Congrats to City.

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  158. SAF was almost sacked as SCUM manager but after more than 2 decade, he did what he did.  After one season (and half), we asked for the removal of ours (whether its KD or anyone else).  What are we???

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  159. When the Evertonians in our office are bantering that they would love Dalglish to stay then its time me thinks he should move on and retire.
    Someone said he has built foundations, but they are more foundations of a house of straw not bricks and mortar. As Stevie G gets older, main defender Skrtel is looking for a move, Reina becoming more of a Gary Sprake than a Ray Clemence, the house of Anfield is starting to shake and I think our American benefactors renowned for their ruthlessness at the Red Sox will soon hang Kenny out to dry. They have already gave a few back room blokes the chop from Comoli down obviously cutting back the overheads and it wont be long before the great player as he was will be consigned to the golf course to work on his handicap and a younger man with fresh ideas and outlook comes in.

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  160. SAF has moved on with the times he didnt take a long break from football as did King Kenny nor quit because he was stressed out earlier in his career. Bringing someone back never works ask any Evertonian and they will tell you ie Howard Kendall their greatest ever manager he was a complete flop upon his return.

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  161. I am more than sick of him. I've been dreaming and hoping he'll walk away. somebody help me.

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  162. Ur so bitter Vinkopite! Atleast we a number 2 and we've qualified for UEFA! Wat abt u? You need to focus on ur teams poor perfomance not on us. U nid to focus on getting ur team to do better next season and leave us be! Its jus that we were unfortunate thats why they won and im gonna congratulate them for the effort they've put in all thier games. Bitterness, and that hated u hav on us wont get u aniwhere!

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  163. If ur gonna concentrate on us failing ur gonna fail even more u LOOSERFOOL!

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  164. All men do that so dont play smart! Ur jus a Jerk as he is!

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  165. he's jus being honest!

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  166. Great, an example from the 1980s(!)

    How about a few examples of recent ones?

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  167. Well u sucked this season LOOSERFOOLS, even gettin beaten by Swansea! Sis, wat a disgrace! Work on getting ur team better and leave us alone u PUNK!

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  168. Luk at u! Ur fast to point fingers at other teams! Wat hav we done to u to call us "Pure Evil"? Its jus bitterness and jealousy. Get over urself idiot!

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  169. hmm you fought off the money from chelski well your 750 million in debt and no longer invest in your team due to interest payments , unfortunatly while city get 450 million of the owners brother for sponsership rights you have no chance unless as reported the american owners float you and make u public to make themselves more money and put more debt on the club, its ashame could happen to any of us.

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  170. i think we are dreamers. we talk about spending 100 mil as though its alot of money, but we sold 70 million so had a net spend of 30 and we talk about competing with chelsea 1 billion spend and man city 450 million spend with our 30 mill lol. we buy young as we dont want to buy at 28 and have to get new players in 5 years like chelsea will have to do but expect or 21 year old to play as good as 28. we expect kk to challange in his first full season with kids, dreamers unti i think . oh and get a world class manager? KK HAS WON 4 TITLES AND 2 FA CUPS AND 4 CARLING CUPs and you lot want a better manager .. who? i ask you

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  171. ERmm.... Dont win anything? Last time I check the carling cup was still something to win? ... Fa Cup final?
    Yes I agree Liverpool had a crap season... but the trophy cabinet doors opened at least once this season to add to it?
    We were rubbish, we were rubbish, we were rubbish, we were rubbish, we were rubbish... thats right I said it 5 times... 5 tiiiiiiimes
    In istanbul we won it 5 times...

    Utd are in Champs league next season... if you want to show your players the actual cup rather than a replica in a cupboard... come over to Anfield.

    I loved seeing City win yesterday... not because its bitter... but because I really hate united.. with a passion.
    WE need to look at our oown house and sort it out... but even while we do that... its nice to see the arrogant neighbours have their faces rubbed in it.

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  172. Thanks for the Micky Mouse cup Kenny!!! time to go now!!! im sorry if people will take their Rose tinted glasses off they will agree!! 8th in the league!! behind Everton!! Chelsea have their worst league campaign in 10 years but still manage to finish 15 odd points ahead of us!!! Liverpool will become the new Leeds United if something does not change!!! battling fro top half at best next year with the current squad!!

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  173. Fergie was one game away from the sack way back when also remember? Mark Robbins FA CUP goal against Norwich saved his job, united won the cup I beleive and fergie was allowed to reign???
    Sorry Im a liverpool fan... but I wonder if you are a)old enough to remember YOUR teams history? or b) A glory girl who oly started supporting united when they won?

    Really though... Every fan dreams by the way... hence the passion is born... I bet Bolton Fans dreamed of avoiding relegation at the start of the season... see my point?

    In fact.. I could probably pick your post apart from start to finish.
    Grow up.
    Well done on coming second to City.
    Good luck in the Champs league next year... But obviously I hope Liverpool do better than united in the league.. Which would obviously mean LFC win the league.

    How the mighty have fallen???? If the mighty means acting and speaking like you do.. then I dont really want to be known as that... in fact I assume from your writing that you are probably one of those ignorant thick united prawn sandwich fans who are adamant that "not enough fans died at Hillsborough" as I have heard some sick united fans say.

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  174. Low 'net spend' does not excuse the poor results of the high 'expenditure'

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  175. HAS  KENNY GONE YET -????????????????????

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  176. Liverpool fans celebrating City winning the league is like celebrating another man giving your wife an orgasm cos you can't do the job.

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  177. FENWAY ACT NOW2:51 pm, May 14, 2012

    DOWNING THE MAGNIFICENT - KENNY GOODBYE

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  178. right click is disabled due to theives print screen it is then

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  179. clearly states your team is pure evil.

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  180. NFFelskerSolskjaer3:25 pm, May 14, 2012

    And that comes form You, with Suarez the rat in Yours midst? 

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  181. The tide is turning in Manchester? LOL remind me where did everton finish this season? XD

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  182. Just stunning the amount of negativity here.

    Kenny won a trophy and made a final in his first full year. Let's see if he can get another and improve next year.

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  183. good comment originalchan

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  184. What - no "what a penalty" as a highlight on the Downing DVD? Poor marketing Jaimie!

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  185. Poor exscouse for a manager5:34 pm, May 14, 2012

    I couldnt think of anything worse, this season, than to see a cheatin thug like suarez pick up any trophy (even the stupid one)! far too many l'pool fans & thugs looking outside their own camp. (ex liverpoop fan)

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  186. Delighted. It's possibly my favourite moment in football not involving Liverpool. The last 5 minutes of that game were the best i have ever witnessed in my life considering that we were not in it. As a neutral, rather than a hater of Man Utd, I think it is clear that City deserved it. The press have been against them all year, the pundits have been hypocritical about their players, compared to others, and they bossed Man Utd over two games. If that moment doesn't cause the team to gel, nothing will. They now need another centre back as cover and they will take some stopping.

    Now KD has to pull his finger out and make sure we are getting enjoyment from our own team, not others. Another dire performance yesterday, with only Carroll showing any fight, literally, at all. Not good enough and i think the manager's team selections encourage this poor attitude.

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  187. 2 cup finals....when was the last time that happenned at LFC? There are issues, and luckilly we have one of our greatest servants sorting them out. It takes time to sort everything out. Man C, Chelsea and LFC are teh only clubs in the league to have won anything this year....

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  188. What, LFC fans can't laugh at our enemies missfortune, but you can spend night and day on this site slagging KD and LFC SUPPORTERS off....you are having a laugh mate.

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  189. I know its sad but i was so happy man u thought they had won it just as city score the winner . Yes i am a Liverpool fan who was at Old trafford when you out played us 

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  190. It is a reward for Patrice Evra for making False accusation on Suarez. God has punish them all. The worst moment for United is still to come

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  191. Erm, Liverpool qualified for UEFA as well... what team do you support? If United, then you are at the wrong forum

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  192. Pastor of Muppets indeed!

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  193. Look who's talking about loosers, the ones who won the mackarel cup! lol

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  194. Agree with you. I'm a Man Utd fan and I've been on here a few times criticising Dalglish so only fair I show up when United don't win. Let's try and get things in perspective:

    first Liverpool (as it's an LFC blog): they're in transition from the '09 team but they've hit a few big bumps in the road - the LFC 'body' rejected the Hodgson 'transplant', and the follow-up 'blood transfusion' (CHAD) doesn't seem to have been of the right type. The good news is that Gillett and Hicks are gone (Liverpool are in a much better situation than United when it comes to debt) and it seems to me that FSG can be ruthless if required and this may be a good thing. If they replaced Dalglish with Martinez, let Gerrard (a 200% player in about 50% of the games), Downing, Spearing, Kuyt, Johnson (can't defend), Suarez (too much baggage without enough goals, although under new management might be worth hanging on to) and Adams go, get Carragher onto the coaching staff and buy in Moses and maybe Ba and a right winger, then with Lucas and maybe Aquilani coming back it could be an interesting team.

    As for United - I've said it before, and you say it above, that they're
    in transition too, e.g. in that 5-2 game against Spurs, in 2009, United were
    playing with Tevez, Rooney, Ronaldo and Berbatov on the pitch - there's just
    nowhere near that level of quality now. Although we won the league in 2011 we didn't really deserve it by our own previous standards
    (although we did "deserve it by everyone else's standards" - copyright
    Souness 1984). So I can't be too displeased with this season, what with
    significant injuries, Ferguson underestimating the opposition in Europe
    more than once (can you believe it - he makes mistakes, maybe he's human
    after all), and a lot of new young players trying to fit in (Scholes
    and Giggs show some promise). The team pretty much did all that you
    could expect of them - I don't think they choked in the usual sense of
    nerves getting to them (as in 1992), it was more they met 3 good teams at the wrong
    time (Wigan - got 21 points in last 9 games, 2 more than United and
    City!, Everton - took more points off City than United, and City
    themselves of course). So if United can build on this they could go on
    and challenge for the league again next year. Problem is that Ferguson
    can't go on forever (United have only had two good managers since 1945) and then there's all that debt.

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  195. How are my Liverpool evil?

    and secondly, 'most other clubs' is plural, not just one club. 

    Some people and their inability to read properly

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  196. Most United fans and most Liverpool fans over the age of 10 don't care about the 18 times / 19 times stuff. Watch the football and stop staring at statistical tables - its about Fairclough in the St.Etienne match, or Dudek against AC Milan or (a million other things that happen on the pitch).  

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