Come on Liverpool

#1
Being a Southern Gentleman I dont support Liverpool, in fact, Having trained a Platoon of The Kings Regiment many years ago, at Bassingbourne, I would give them independance. Free to lift whatever wasn't bolted down.
That said I'll be having a glass or two of red and a Romeo y Julieta to cheer them along. :lol:
 
#2
Absolutely useless at work today (no change there you may say). Mind is totally on what will be going on later.

ALLEZ LES ROUGES!!

COME ON YOU REDS!!

Come on you Mickey Mousers and all - show your support.
 
#5
I will support them as they are an English team in Europe. We must stick together. Best of Luck to Liverpool.
 
#6
IdleAdjt said:
I will support them as they are an English team in Europe. We must stick together. Best of Luck to Liverpool.
Yeah, and I'll support them too, even as an ex-pat Jock, still last time I looked Liverpool was in Britain
 
#8
IdleAdjt said:
I will support them as they are an English team in Europe. We must stick together. Best of Luck to Liverpool.
Amen to that, all the best Liverpool.

Just remember, if you win you'll be the best in Europe but not the best in England ;)
 
#12
MU fan too (don't mention Sat!) but wish the Reds well tonight too - even if its just to push the FA/UEFA into sorting out the 'four-team' ruling in the same breath too.

So far 3-3....
 
#14
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE"EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES,
COME ON YOU REDS
WITH HOPE IN YOUR HEARTS
YOU'll NEVER WALK ALONE.
 
#15
Not a Liverpool fan but crackin job the reds now lets watch UEFA squirm. Hopefully they will review the pathic rule and let the champions of Europe defend the title they so richly deserve.
 
#16
Must be good to be in a competion, which you cant defend next year,

Come on Everton and AC Milan.

f**K'in Red Noses
Rather have it than be trying to get it. Did you know that 5 wins and you keep it? Evertonians probably got no reason to know that fact. No one will ever take this cup from us now.

Apologies if I upset anyone in chat last night - very pisshed and emotional.

Wish I was at home to see the parade when they fetch it back.
 
#17
the only thing that would make it better is Liverpool taking scums place in the champions league (scums debts could bar them from the league)
 
#18
At the end of the day, slagging aside, that trophy is heading home to a city of pure character and I am heading home to witness it....again!

I was made for Liverpool and Liverpool was made for me.........
 
#19
watertight said:
At the end of the day, slagging aside, that trophy is heading home to a city of pure character and I am heading home to witness it....again!

I was made for Liverpool and Liverpool was made for me.........
See you there tonight , It will be Fantastic,
SHANKS would be proud of the way they never give up. Good on yerz
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
B_T
 
#20
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/league_of_wales/4582621.stm

TNS want Liverpool Euro play-off

Welsh champions TNS have offered Liverpool an unlikely opportunity to defend their Champions League title.
TNS chairman Mike Harris says the Reds can take his side's place in the first qualifying round draw if they win a play-off match between the two sides.

"We've an open mind to a pre-qualifier for our position in the Champions League," Harris told BBC Wales Sport.

Liverpool failed to qualify for next season's Champions League after finishing fifth in the Premiership.

The Football Association has confirmed that the top four teams will be entered into next season's competition, and Uefa says it has no plans to give Liverpool special dispensation to defend their title.

But the FA says it will lobby strongly for Liverpool to be entered into the qualifying rounds.

Said FA executive director David Davies: "If they are admitted at an early stage they could play one if not two of the smallest sides in Europe and for those clubs it would be a fantastic prospect in terms of both football and finances to face the European champions."

Welsh Premier champions TNS made their Champions League debut in 2000, losing 6-2 on aggregate to Levadia Maardu of Estonia.

Such a game would help us achieve some of our ambitions. And with a bit of luck we might beat them

Only Barry Town have managed to progress past the Champions League's first hurdle since the Welsh Premier's inception in 1992/93.

Harris, therefore, believes a high-profile match against Liverpool makes greater financial sense than playing against a European minnow.

"Such a play-off would enjoy huge media coverage," he added. "It would bring the image of our league to the whole of the UK.

"We suffer immensely compared to other nations because we're right next door to the English Premiership which takes all the media and all the cash.

"We as a nation and as [Welsh Premier] clubs are trying to put very stringent Uefa criteria in place in terms of our grounds which needs massive investment.

"Such a game would help us achieve some of our ambitions. And with a bit of luck we might beat them."

Harris said he has not yet contacted Uefa with his proposition, but European football's governing body is unlikely to sanction such a game.

The Football Association of Wales would also have serious concerns over giving up its sole Champions League place.
 

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