mercoledì 21 marzo 2012

Liverpool, Kuyt: "I have to convince Dalglish needs me"

Dirk Kuyt will continue to play an important role in the history of Liverpool in the years to come. The Dutch midfielder has launched a real appeal to manager Kenny Dalglish to present their expectations: "I want to play every game. It is disappointing to me when it happens as in the final of the Carling Cup From my point of view I feel good both mentally fisicalmente, I do not think I ever felt so strong and I'm ready to take the field in every match from here at the end of the season. This is to convince the coach that he needed me at the time. I do not see anywhere but at Anfield in the rest of my career until I am satisfied and taken into account in order to play the levels at which they are accustomed, "the words refer to the 'Daily Mirror'.

mercoledì 29 febbraio 2012

Barcelona, Keita: "Happy for the interest of Liverpool"

The involvement of Liverpool not unaffected by Seydou Keita.
The Mali midfielder, speaking on Sky Sports, does not exclude want to consider the possibility of a transfer across the Channel: "I'm happy for the interest of Liverpool, I think one of the biggest clubs in the world - debuted Keita -. In any case, it was not until the end of the season to know if I stay in Barcelona or go away when the contract expires. I like to stay in Barcelona, it is difficult to find a club stronger than this, but I am an ambitious player and eager to play. Go to Liverpool would be a major challenge for me, this is a great team and full of good players. "

Liverpool, a month stop for Agger.

The injury suffered during the Carling Cup final against Cardiff is expensive to Daniel Agger.
The Danish defender has in fact suffered a broken rib, a result of which was replaced three minutes from the end of the match played at Wembley on Sunday: the period of stop should be observed that Agger is about four weeks.

domenica 26 febbraio 2012

Juventus, 30 million for Suarez.

Juventus is ready to bid 30 million pounds (35.4 million euros) by Luis Suarez. According to the "Daily Star" the Uruguayan striker of Liverpool and 'the first objective of the club Juventus for next summer. A possible deal, writes the British tabloid, after the mishaps that former Ajax has been in the Premier League, especially for Evra affair between racist insults, the 8-match suspension and the refusal to shake hands with Manchester United defender . Suarez would not have liked the management of the affair by the Liverpool, but the club can not 'be satisfied with the behavior of the attacker who really like to Antonio Conte. That's' cause the offer of Juventus could change the future of Suarez, even if the manager of the "reds", Kenny Dalglish, would not want to lose the player. The "Daily Star" points out that there 's also the involvement of the PSG of Carlo Ancelotti.

Carling Cup's 2012 Winner

Inside the Wembley dressing room

Video: The team going to Wembley

sabato 25 febbraio 2012

Liverpool FC striker Craig Bellamy wants both clubs to win in the long game after the Carling Cup final

THERE are surely few footballers to have expressed an aversion to scoring a Wembley winner. But then, there are surely few footballers like Liverpool FC forward Craig Bellamy.

The proverbial Marmite character throughout his well-travelled career, the hugely-talented Wales international has long polarised opinion with his volatile on-field character and brutal off-field honesty.

What has never been questioned, though, is the affection for his two favourite clubs; hometown team Cardiff City and Liverpool FC, the side he supported as a youngster.

Sunday, then, will have significant emotional resonance for the Anfield forward when the two clubs do battle for the Carling Cup.

Inevitably, it was Bellamy’s goal in the rollercoaster semi-final victory over Manchester City that sealed a date with destiny and Liverpool’s first Wembley appearance in almost 16 years.

Such progress is another signpost of the strides Kenny Dalglish’s side continue to make towards regaining their place among the elite of English football.

But the 32-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Cardiff, knows all too well what Sunday means for the Bluebirds.

“As a Liverpool player, it’s an opportunity to add another trophy to this club’s incredible history,” says Bellamy. “But I just hope it’s the start of things to come for Cardiff.

Liverpool FC at Wembley: Kenny Dalglish looking forward to returning to happy hunting ground Read

AN entire generation of Liverpool supporters will be leafing through their A-Zs and programming their SatNavs in preparation for a first-ever trip to Wembley on Sunday.

Kenny Dalglish, though, won’t need any such directions.

It was with good reason that the national stadium became known as Anfield South during Liverpool’s glory days of the 1970s and 80s.

Dalglish became well accustomed to the venue, having either played or managed there 21 times during his previous 14-year spell at the club.

And, with Wembley having been a home from home, the Anfield manager has spent much of the week defending Liverpool’s absence there since their FA Cup final defeat to Manchester United in 1996.