April 2011 Archives
KENNY DALGLISH believes Liverpool's squad is in excellent shape, despite a spate of recent injuries, as his side prepares to welcome Newcastle United to Anfield this weekend.
KENNY DALGLISH is no stranger to record-breaking transfers - especially when it comes to centre-forwards.
NEWCASTLE captain Kevin Nolan admits leading his side out at Anfield on Sunday will have extra significance.
KENNY DALGLISH says sentiment will play no part when it comes to deciding whether Andy Carroll is fit to face Newcastle this weekend.
Manchester United stalwart Matt Busby's role in bringing Liverpool FC legend Billy Liddell to Anfield
PAUL INCE and Michael Owen may find it hard to believe, but it is possible for a footballer to earn the love and respect of Liverpool AND Manchester United fans.
Liverpool FC jury: Reds fans on the Birmingham win & Europa League dilemma
AFTER another convincing Liverpool performance and a slip up by Spurs, the debate of playing in next year's Europa League raised its head once more.
Liverpool FC letters: Lucas has flourished to prove he is class
LUCAS LEIVA is definitely our player of the year. He was once Brazilian player of the season as well and Gremio player of the season twice.
Two weeks ago towards the end of the 22nd Hillsborough Memorial Service, Steve Rotherham, MP for Liverpool Walton, announced to the congregation and the watching television audience that he would be putting a request before parliament. This request would be calling for Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish to be made a Knight of Realm. It was of course greeted with a massive round of applause whilst a rather startled Kenny Dalglish looked on, but being the man he is, Kenny stood up, waved and smiled at the crowd.
Steve explained that this request would be put forward in the form of an Early Day Motion. These are notifications by Members of the House to register their interest in a subject. They are in effect a form of petition as their main function before any debate is to gather as many signatures as possibly. To be perfectly honest it is very rare for these to be debated on the floor of the House of Common during its lifetime. This lifetime will last for the length of the Parliamentary session. This will be its natural ending before the break up for the summer recess or if Parliament is dissolved early. The Motion itself is resurrected when the new session opens in October, but again there is no guarantee of its time span or whether it will be successful.
This is how the motion is set out in this morning's Parliamentary list. Each motion is given a unique number as you will see below:-
PEPE REINA has reaffirmed his commitment to Liverpool and is excited about the ambitious plans of owners Fenway Sports Group.
THE price tags may have been vastly different but Anfield legend Alan Kennedy has plenty in common with Andy Carroll.
A MERSEYSIDE MP was today launching his campaign to have a knighthood bestowed on Liverpool FC manager Kenny Dalglish.
LUCAS believes the impact made by Maxi Rodriguez against Birmingham City is a sign of the unity and belief in Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool squad.
THERE'S a real optimism around the club at the moment and it's enjoyable being a Liverpudlian again. You can feel it around the ground and in the pubs. The mood has been transformed and it's amazing to think that only a few months ago it was all doom and gloom.
MAXI RODRIGUEZ admits he will always cherish his hat-trick in Saturday's 5-0 thrashing of Birmingham City.