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Archive for September, 2012

Rodgers fear over Suarez tag (Football 365)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers fears Luis Suarez will struggle to shake his reputation as a diver after seeing him denied a penalty at Norwich
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Suarez treble sinks sorry Norwich

Luis Suarez scored his second hat-trick at Carrow Road in the space of five months as Liverpool crushed sorry Norwich 5-2 to record their first Barclays Premier League win under Brendan Rodgers.
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Ba linked with Reds swap (Clubcall)

pLiverpool are being linked with Newcastle striker Demba Ba and could include Andy Carroll as part of the deal.p
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This afternoon was the afternoon that all Liverpool
supporters had been waiting for. Liverpool had finally found their goal scoring
feet and the match was a joy to watch. 
Apart from the fact that Liverpool were in their dreadful third kit
rather than their red, there really was not a lot to moan about.

It was also the afternoon that Brendan gave Suso and Andre
Wisdom their first full starts in the premier league.  Starts which as the match went on proved that
they along with Raheem Sterling had what it takes to become a regular player in
the first eleven.

The afternoon though belonged to Luis Suarez, who having
scored three against Norwich last season, decided that he was going to do
exactly the same again today.  The teams
had only been on the pitch sixty five seconds when a clever move saw his first
of the afternoon go in.  

Norwich who had not any time to settle down was immediately
in a mess and Liverpool took an early command of the game.  The passing and movement style of football
that Brendan has implemented since arriving at the club was immediately in
evidence and what a joy it was to watch.

There was of course the obligatory penalty call from Luis
Suarez that referee Mike Jones decided was playacting.  The trouble is this time it wasn’t for the
simple reason Suarez was kicked in the back by Barnett and sent flying onto the
floor. 

I really hope that Mike Jones on seeing the replays at some
point this evening realises he made a massive mist and apologises.  If not I can see Brendan making yet another
call to Mike Riley to ask why Liverpool are still not getting the decisions
that they are entitled too. 

The refusal to give Liverpool a penalty did not matter in
the end of course, because the team were on fire.  Although Norwich did have a chance when
Simeon Jackson sent one over the bar, it was Liverpool who nearly scored
next.  Suso sent a wonderful ball towards
Suarez who then passed it through to Stevie. 
Unfortunately Stevie headed the ball straight into Ruddy’s hands.

Play quickly began again and it was Luis Suarez who found
his name yet again on the score sheet. Seconds after sending a ball wide, he
nutmegged Michael Turner and sent the ball curling past Ruddy and into the back
of the net.

Liverpool went into the dressing room with a deserved lead
at half time and I think I can say that I am not the only one who wondered if
they would keep up the pressure on Norwich and not fold in the second half as
was more often the norm last season.

I need not have worried of course although we were given a
fright when Norwich nearly scored within seconds of the second half
started. 

Liverpool quickly recovered and as in the first half the
pass and style of football was very much in evidence once again.  So much so that Luis Suarez picked up a ball
and and passed it to Liverpool new boy Nuri Sahin.  Sahin then sent it flying towards the goal
and with then score now three nil to Liverpool, you could have said that it was
game over, but Liverpool very rarely make it easy for themselves, with both
Pepe and  Skrtel making mistakes in the
final fifteen minutes of the game. Mistakes, which unfortunately led to Norwich
scoring two goals.

Suarez of course was chasing another hat trick and his third
goal came after Raheem Sterling sent a ball towards Sahin.  Sahin then sent the ball towards a composed
Suarez who then sent it curling passed Ruddy. 
He had his hat trick and another match ball to add to his collection.

Brendan then began to make his substitutions, replacing
young Suso with Assaidi as the clock hit sixty minutes.  It would have been lovely to see Suso finish
the game but for the time he was on the pitch, he played extremely well and
deserves the plaudits that he will receive over the coming days.

By this time, Reina and his slippery fingers had caused
Norwich to pull one back but Liverpool were not going to give in and a
wonderful shot from Stevie G found the back of the net.

With the game now drawing to a close, Skrtel made yet
another defensive mistake and Norwich were gifted their second goal. 

If both the Norwich goals had happened earlier in the game,
I suspect they would have done all they could to level the score or indeed win
the game.  But it was not to be of course
and Liverpool left Carrow Road with their first win of this season.

A win that showed us the supporters,  that the players are responding to Brendan’s
training methods. Training methods that will ensure we will now begin to climb
the league.  He has also been brave
enough to slot several of the youngsters in the first team.  Youngsters who I am sure we are all extremely
proud off.  They are after all the
Liverpool team of the future.

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Lucas: Worst year of my career

Injury-hit Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has described 2012 as the worst year of his career and his life – but has ‘tried to stay positive’…
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