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by wishiwasinliverpool (U3477116) 30 September 2006
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We're not going to win a raffle never mind a trophy if we keep on like this!!! :{

What was it I said after the Spurs match - encouraging??? Maybe at home, but what the hell has happened to our away form?

I said in an article last night our defence needs tightening and we can't afford complacency against the likes of Bolton. Except now I don't think it's complacency. I think we're just too poor at the back. We've shown this in nearly every away match - one goal scored in three.

And Crouch a sub again! And another early kick-off! Why? What's going on here please? Which muppet devised the fixture list?

I don't mind telling you I can't see the situation improving for Liverpool unless something drastic is done with their defence.

I'm not looking forward to the Reading match!!

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posted Oct 2, 2006

Here we go again . Our defence gets blamed for a defeat caused by no other than the goalkeeper. Reina 's careless lack of attention cost us our match points against Bolton last Saturday. It's not fair to blame our defenders who have worked tremendously hard to keep the ball away!!! If anyone should be blamed for making mistakes besides Reina It would be Momo . I have seen him do some brilliant work but unfortunately last Saturday that wasn't the case. He gave the ball away to Bolton on more than one or two occasions. Man of the match for the Liverpool side ,for me would be Sami Hyypia , he worked so hard to keep the ball away throughout the whole match. Sami's still our strongest and most skillful in Defencewinkeye

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posted Oct 2, 2006

No way both Carra and Agger make too many mistakes we still need Sami Hyypia for strength ,stability and organisation inour defence besides Danny boy is not good at clearing in the air like Sami.

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comment by Rush_9 (U1926729)

posted Oct 2, 2006

We were plain unlucky, the stats tell the story and that linesman decision was not something that could have been predicted. Saying that Reina dived the wrong way, which concerns me. Thankfully we are still only 6 points off the top and I think we could still win the prem this year. Keep the faith Rotation is used to select players that will win the match the stats say the selection was right. Just not getting any luck at the mo

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posted Oct 2, 2006

bolton where simply the better team on the day. Our defence was solid, especially faye and our midfield did well and connected well with davies and diouf our wingers.

It doesnt matter if it wasnt a freekick it was a great strike by speed and anyway campo scored so we still would of beat you 1-0 but 2-0 is even sweeter!

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comment by Rush_9 (U1926729)

posted Oct 2, 2006

You played well but the difference was you took your chances and we did not. SIMPLE, at the end of day we will me top 2 you will be 10th good luck to you.

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posted Oct 2, 2006

Defense was ok, but nothing shined about it. They allowed too many good crosses and attempts that were solid.

Strikers were substandard, and what's up with the long range kicks all the time. Work it inside and practice those crosses!

Rotation: Oy!

Lastly, let's face it. Bolton played a better match. Admitedly it should have only been 1 - nil, but in the end we still would have lost to the team that, in this match at least, played better and with more passion.

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posted Oct 5, 2006

The problem for me was we lined up against bolton concerned about matching them physically and not about playing to our strengths, bellamy pushed wide and almost five accross the middle, that isn't a formation we have played well with so far, we should have bit the bullet gone 4-4-2 and taken the game to them.

Although people are looking at our away form i am not worried on the losing occasions we have bossed the games against sides who have strong home records, the corner will be turned but we need to start a good unbeaten run, go to old trafford and take 3 points and throw the race wide open!

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posted Oct 7, 2006

'Bolton playing 2nd Division football', well that was still good enough to beat Liverpool by TWO clear goals. What does that say about Liverpool then? You just couldnt deal with their approach and despite spending more than 10 times the amount on transfers, you were comprehensively beaten! I am a neutral fan and I believe that comments like the one above, indicate the belief that teams should just lie down for Liverpool to take all 3 points! Hard Luck! you were beaten on the day by the better team! Accept it and move on!

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posted Oct 31, 2010

4 years ago since bolton beat liverpool 2-0 30th september 2006

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posted Oct 31, 2010

How sad are you digging up this old article!laughlaughlaughlaugh

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