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I'd like to add a special mention to Sami Hyypia, at 34 he's still bloody outstanding and while no doubt he'll get caught out pace-wise by some strikers his positional sense and awareness are up with the best in the business. Nights like last night are exactly what we need him for too.

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You'd think they'd all just get people to stay over whilst they're on away duty, leave the lights on and stuff... or you'd think the police might want to watch over their houses during away games in the hope of actually catching a robber for once.

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You'd think they'd all just get people to stay over whilst they're on away duty, leave the lights on and stuff... or you'd think the police might want to watch over their houses during away games in the hope of actually catching a robber for once.

I think Gerrard's wife was in when his place got robbed.

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Yeah, she should have left more lights on. Or put up loads of cardboard people like in Home Alone.

lol

Im so watching that this christmas

Already really getting nervous about this weekends match!

Should Babel start or should he be held back as a weapon again?...

Torres and Crouch this time?

Has to be 4 4 2

Mascherano or the more aggressive but less skillful Sissoko?

Or both!?

Hmmmmm

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Sissoko's the purest and best one-dimensional player in the game. No one can rival him in the squad for breaking up play, whether it's the oppositions through cunning anticipation and sheer physical presence, or his own team's through a complete lack of flair, or even the most basic passing ability. Regrettably effective in his own way, he is a footballer who simply stops football. There is no excuse that Rafa should resort to his deployment at Anfield, let alone when he already has the world's finest young defensive midfielder in Mascherano to call on.

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Sissoko's the purest and best one-dimensional player in the game. No one can rival him in the squad for breaking up play, whether it's the oppositions through cunning anticipation and sheer physical presence, or his own team's through a complete lack of flair, or even the most basic passing ability. Regrettably effective in his own way, he is a footballer who simply stops football. There is no excuse that Rafa should resort to his deployment at Anfield, let alone when he already has the world's finest young defensive midfielder in Mascherano to call on.

Breaking up play is fantastic. But when you get the ball and then either over run it or pass it straight to the opposition, it kind of undoes all the good work doesn't it?

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Sissoko's the purest and best one-dimensional player in the game. No one can rival him in the squad for breaking up play, whether it's the oppositions through cunning anticipation and sheer physical presence, or his own team's through a complete lack of flair, or even the most basic passing ability. Regrettably effective in his own way, he is a footballer who simply stops football. There is no excuse that Rafa should resort to his deployment at Anfield, let alone when he already has the world's finest young defensive midfielder in Mascherano to call on.

Spot on, as usual. He really hasn't come on in the way many of us expected, our Momo. I'm surprised at his outburst but it must be hard for him. I'd imagine playing a sequence of games would benefit him but it just isn't feasible with Masch in the squad. He'll surely be moved on in the summer, if not before. :unsure:

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"The opposition were poor? Tell me Andy, who do we need to thrashfor you to say anything good about us? You said the same about Porto and Besiktas, not a mention of us being good just the opposition being poor. Britains best pundit? Surely thats a miss print and it should say britains most bias pundit. Take it you think that Torres goal was down to poor defending not exceptional skill and finishing? Anyway no one can take what you say seriously, i mean what exactly did you win as a player? 1 title and a now defunct euro trophy then went back to obscurity, the Liverpool tea lady has more medals than you and probably has more to her game than flying elbows and the ability to head the ball which is all you had. One more thing, i take issue with this 'On Sunday they face a Manchester United side who are hugely confident in their own ability with an absolute belief in what they could achieve this season. To be robbed of players like Paul Scholes and Owen Hargreaves and still go out and play the way they've played is testament to the power of the squad.' Would this be the same man u so confident in their own ability that without Ronaldo they were out played by Bolton? Admit it Andy, man u are a one man team, Liverpool have shown this season that we can win and win well without Gerrard, Alonso, and Agger, 3 key players for us."

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