Saturday, September 13, 2008

JIHAD ABUS VS ALIS-THE RED BLOODATH.

For the first time on the blog we have the PRIVILEDGE OF WINNING A JIHAD. What a feeling. I don't know what to say. The owes in the Mosques were smiling. It was like a different mood man. Even Zohr time on Sunday, after Mosque you see the Liverpool owes and Utd owes faces.

sms from the MANCS were few and far between. Now we now who the better team in Manchester is.

I watched the game quietly with Ebie Jay and Firaz Jamaal. When Utd took the lead after just two minutes I sad Whoa, there it goes again. A Berbatov assist and Tevez finished calmly.

And then Dirk Kuyt the slave on the wing had a golden chance to equalise.I don't know how he missed. You know one thing about the MANCS, They dish us about the own goal and how Liverpool owes only talk about the past.But how quick are they to respond that they are the Champions of Europe etc.
When we talk about the team of the 80s and Istanbul etc,they tell us to talk of the future.

According to the Theory of the black commentator during Italia 90. "Brazil beat Argentina 3-1. Brazil beat SA 2-1 ,That means SA are better than Argentina

Hell if we take this guys Theory to head than we are the Champions of Europe. Not to say that Rafa is a European Mugg. He is a European tactical genius.

Anyway back to the game. 1-0 down after two minutes.then the freak own goal, which I thought was Van de Sars fault clearly. 1-1. From then on we dominated the Utd Muggs and they cant disagree. We could have hit them four had Kuyt scored his two chances. We ran them ragged.


Babbel, Macherano I thought was excellent.Working tirelessly from one end to the next...even Kuyt. His hard work made the goal...and we didn't even have Torres.


But for the MANCS i was surprised at how terrible they were.berbatov well it was his debut.He did create the goal.Anderon was bad. I dont know why the toppie played Rooney out on the right. But who gives a s@#te. We won the game and as the picture sent in to me by Cisse says it clearly





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Benitez - Win Sent Shockwaves
Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez believes the side's 2-1 victory over Manchester United has sent shockwaves around Europe, with The Reds kick-starting their Champions League campaign this week.

Having trailed to an early goal from Carlos Tevez Liverpool hit back with two of their own, the first a Wes Brown own goal after a mix up between the defender and Edwin Van Der Sar, and the winner coming courtesy of Ryan Babel's strike.The Reds then closed out the game to secure a much desired victory over their arch-rivals, and Benitez now believes the side can carry the confidence it has brought into their quest for a second Champions League title under the former Valencia manager."We could not have asked for a better boost to our confidence than a victory over the best team in England, and the European champions," he said. "Now we will go to Marseille in a good frame of mind. That was our best performance of the season and we now feel we can go into a Champions League game in good heart and spirit. "We are still unbeaten, but we had not been at our best. The victory against Manchester United has changed all that. "We have made a statement about our form in domestic competition, and the victory will not go unnoticed in Europe. "We did it without Torres and Gerrard, and we will have to wait and see how they are for Europe. "We have a few training sessions now before the game in France, and both of them have been improving all the time."


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picture of the day

128 comments:

  1. "go" buy Riise for classy og's

    "go" get Van Der Sar gloves that stick

    "go" send Vidic for anger management

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  2. Reyhaan From BabylonSaturday, 13 September, 2008

    and the "REDS" go marching on

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  3. Award for playacting - Javier MAscherano

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  4. He only got that award because Ronaldo was not playing!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  5. Well done boys, you showed a lot of character after going behind to an early goal.

    Our class showed as the gamewent on and once Stevie G came on those pigs atarted shaking.

    Mascherano was magnificent even though he let Teves have a free run in for his goal.

    Riera looks usefull on the wing.

    In case you forgot from my earlier posts..........

    LIVERPOOL FC 2-1 man ure

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  6. Where are all those big mouth utd supporters.

    we fucked you !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. "Go " and company ,use were outplayed and outclassed today ,we were without to of our best players and you were without one only and we still bent use over !

    Fergie had his natural glum look and i think he might be changing his chewing gum also after today .He could c he was being outwitted today by RAFA .......

    YOULL NEVER WALK ALONE
    Ebie kopend .big man ,swoosh and all other lads well done boys .

    KOPOUT KAAP

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  8. ABG (anyone but GO)Saturday, 13 September, 2008

    "go" get ur one man team back
    "go" play Chelski with no Vidic
    "go" fyt to be the nr 1 brand in Manchester

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  9. ABG (anyone but GO)Saturday, 13 September, 2008

    "go" bring Penaltinho back from the Paralympics

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  10. Is Rooney better than Babel ??

    Is Carrick better than Gerrard ??

    Is Van de Sar better than Reina ??

    Is Vidic betta than Carra ??

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  11. Let me enlighten one on the CURSE OF MINI..

    Mini last week quoted that Manure will beat LFC.. And Mini bhai has Vidic in Fantasy team..

    Punisher bhai, u even praised mini for stating that Manure will win..

    "go" get mini to support u MUGGS

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  12. Minis' FB Status....

    Mohammad thinks the scum will sucum 2 defeat in scumser territory(ANFIELD).YOU WILL ALWAYS WALK ALONE!

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  13. Mini's STATUS after tevez goal

    Mohammad reckons SCOUSERS always walk alone

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  14. Minis status after game

    Mohammad RECKONS VIDIC NEEDS 2 B PANELBEATED! Clown cost me dearly

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  15. wow well done
    mmm should i also say...FINALLY!!!
    lol

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  31. For all tha LFC Fans. Please go to the ollwing ling........its hillarious:

    http://www.redcafe.net/f11/liverpool-v-manchester-united-216047/index28.html

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  32. wat's amazing is how these glory hunting C$%T MANC the WANKERS slag of every single player of theirs when they don't win..1 game they lose and you'll find their uneducated C%$T fans calling for fergies head..HA HA!!!!...HILARIOUS to see ronaldo..ooops ronaldoless united lose..scholes looks so fucking slow my 90 year granny with parkinsons moves faster than him..fucken overrated twats.

    about time we got what we deserved against this shower of shit..outplay them every season at home and get fucked by a pussy fluke from a set piece.

    hope chelsea fuck them up next week.

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  33. Where are all those big mouth man ure fans?

    (eating your prawn sandwiches I'm sure!)

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  34. Hey Punisher now I know why you ran away to OZ !!!

    Wheres your wise ass comments now!!!

    ( I hope you not looking at the sheep!!!)

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  35. Let me enlighten one on the CURSE OF MINI..

    Mini last week quoted that Manure will beat LFC.. And Mini bhai has Vidic in Fantasy team..

    Punisher bhai, u even praised mini for stating that Manure will win..

    "go" get mini to support u MUGGS

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  36. Liverpool played really well, javier and xabi just ran the game...the first 25 mins United showed their quality but as soon as we settled down and the nerves had passed, we really dominated. As andy gray said, ' only the most staunch of united fan would disagree that liverpool didnt deserve it'

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  37. One thing that pisses be off is the media! what seems to be missing from all the reports and comments is any criticism of Fergie - playing Rooney wide on the right is rubbish and if Rafa does that with say Gerrard all the "experts" question his tactics. Ferguson the tactical arsehole who lost the game

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  38. Pure Bliss!
    Absolutely phenomical display from the boys. Took the game to Man Utd, and as soon as they did, Man Utd had no answer, caused them to make school boy errors.

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  39. We outplayed them with a great team performance and thoroughly deserved all three points! You’ll read all the sour grape comments later im sure and on how lucky we were! Some arrant SCUM BAGS carried on as if no game took place over the weekend, taking an early Itikaaf I think!
    Riera I thought had an excellent game considering it was his debut and his presence led to Wes Brown panicking, which gave us the goal! Monster Mash culprit of the 1st goal came back brilliantly and controlled really well! Alonso also excellent … Kuyt could and should have added to the misery but played well and I was hoping for Robbie to open his account, but that’s not far away…
    “GO” Blame Fungus-son! He was culpable in engineering such a lame display. What the hell was Vidic thinking with his rash challenges? Ridiculous! But I guess that’s how you play when you outclassed!

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  40. Congrats to you Fools. You guys deserved the win as you guys bossed the midfield. Poor tactics and a poor performance from us. We moved away from our natural game which thrives on width. A midfield with 3 central midfielders and a striker is not playing to our strengths.

    Fergie got it wrong for the 1st time in 4 years, but we just need to pick up and carry on. Last year this time we were on 2 points and written off.

    But a deserved win and an off day for us, but it's the leagues not won in September.

    My worry is Milan. Rijkaard needs to be contacted soon. Ancelotti is struggling to reach the heights and it's time for a fresh approach. I'm not keen on Donadoni, though, he was shocking at the Euro's. He's play was fantastic for Milan but he's coaching style is not the Milan way.

    Again well done, and a deserved victory for the fools...

    Shakes

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  41. Player Ratings: Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United
    After Liverpool came from behind to defeat Manchester United 2-1 at Anfield this afternoon, Goal.com's Chris Myson analyses the performances of the players on show.


    Liverpool

    Pepe Reina - 7: Helpless for Tevez’s opener, but other than that had very little to do in terms of shot stopping. Made one very important save from Giggs in the second half when the score was still 1-1.

    Alvaro Arbeloa - 6: A decent defensive performance from Arbeloa, although he was not particularly prominent going forward. An improving player.

    Jamie Carragher – 7: A reliable performance from the captain on the day. Perhaps could have done more to stop Berbatov’s cut-back for United’s goal, but other than that led the side well and denied the visitors any other clear opportunities.

    Martin Skrtel - 7: A generally composed display from Skrtel. As with Carragher, did not have a huge amount to do in the second half and even charged forward at one point - firing in a decent long-range effort.

    Fabio Aurelio - 7: Quiet in the first-half, but improved significantly in the second as he and Riera ensured that Liverpool’s left side put Rooney and Brown and under consistent pressure on United’s right.

    Yossi Benayoun – 6: Had a few neat touches and well timed runs, but did not see enough of the ball to leave a marked influence on the game. Substituted in the second half.

    Javier Mascherano - 7: Allowed Tevez to drift free for the opening goal, but made up for it with a super performance from then onwards. A great run helped to create the second goal, and alongside Alonso the Argentine ensured that Berbatov and Tevez’s second half service was minimal.

    Xabi Alonso - 7: Provided the back four with an excellent shield and dictated the game more and more as the game went on as Liverpool won the midfield battle. A good performance.

    Albert Riera - 7: An impressive debut from Riera. Quiet to begin with, but grew as the game progressed and troubled United by running at them with pace and whipping in some dangerous crosses. Earned a standing ovation when substituted, looks promising based on that one performance.

    Dirk Kuyt - 8: A superb performance from Kuyt. Always looked the most likely for Liverpool and seemed to enjoy being used as a striker. Had numerous attempts on goal and probably should have scored, set-up the winning goal with a calm cut-back under pressure. Always running and attempting to influence the game.

    Robbie Keane – 5: Another ineffective display from Keane. Had two occasions where he completely missed the ball, one in each half, but will be relieved that his side won, meaning that his performance is unlikely to be as heavily scrutinised.

    Substitutions:

    Gerrard – 6: Didn’t really affect the game, but Pool did score the winner when he was on the pitch. Gave the ball away moments after arriving on the pitch and was almost punished by Giggs. Babel - 8: Scored the winning goal with one of his only touches to send the Kop into raptures. Hyypia – n/a: On in the latter stages.

    Manchester United

    Edwin van der Sar - 5: A day to forget for the experienced Dutchman. Fumbled from a corner early on and will have to take the majority of the blame for Brown’s own goal as he dealt with the situation poorly.

    Wesley Brown – 5: Scored an own goal, although many will feel he was hard done by. Other than that offered nowhere near what he is capable of an attacking threat and was terrorised by Riera for a spell in the second half.

    Rio Ferdinand – 7: Nothing wrong with the performance of the England international. Was composed on the ball and his positional play was solid. Was not at fault for either of Liverpool’s goals.

    Nemanja Vidic – 5: Started well, but was careless in possession at times as United struggled to hold on to the ball. Sent-off for a reckless challenge on Alonso having already been yellow carded.

    Patrice Evra – 6: Had a bang on the head early on and wasn’t really prominent in this one. A steady enough display as he tried to influence proceedings going forward, but like with the majority of his team-mates, it was not to be his day.

    Anderson – 7: Had an excellent first half from an unusual position on the left wing. Brilliantly fed Berbatov in the build-up to United’s goal and also created a good chance for Tevez. Was less effective as the game progressed, with United’s midfield over-ran at times.

    Michael Carrick – 5: Back in the team after injury, but didn’t get into the match as his passing seemed to be off the usual radar. Picked up a knock towards the end of the first half and did not return after the interval.

    Paul Scholes – 6: Steady enough, but didn’t influence the game as much as he would have hoped. Was eventually substituted as the experienced campaigner’s forays forward became less and less regular.

    Wayne Rooney – 6: Deployed on the right wing of a 4-4-2 to accommodate Berbatov, the debate will continue as to where he is best used. Hard working display but Rooney found himself in his own half more often than Liverpool’s. The impending return of Ronaldo provides Ferguson with an even trickier balancing act.

    Dimitar Berbatov – 7: Started brightly and created Tevez’s goal as his debut got off to an ideal start. Saw less and less of the ball as the game moved into the closing stages and picked up a knock on the hour mark, but was causing serious problems for the Liverpool defence throughout the first 25 minutes.

    Carlos Tevez – 7: Finished extremely well after just three minutes to hand Untied a lead they were unable to hold on to. Like Berbatov, suffered from a lack of service in the second half, which will frustrate United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as Tevez consistently looks as threatening as anyone when he is involved in the play.

    Substitutions:

    Giggs – 5: Had a good shot, which was saved well by Reina, but will regret not clearing the ball when Mascherano weaved past him in the build-up to the winning goal. Hargreaves - 6: Was unable to prevent Liverpool from dominating the midfield battle in the second half, but had some nice passes. Nani - n/a: Thrown on in search of an equaliser.

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  42. When you walk through a storm,
    Hold your head up high,

    And don't be afraid of the dark.

    At the end of a storm,

    There's a golden sky,

    And the sweet silver song of a lark.

    Walk on through the wind,

    Walk on through the rain,

    Though your dreams be tossed and blown,

    Walk on, walk on,

    With hope in your heart,

    And you'll never walk alone,

    You'll never walk alone...

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  43. Enjoy the moment while it lasts, it won't be for long! You may have won the battle but the war is far from over!

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  44. Dont you guys listen to lectures in the mosque?

    it is ramadan. we devils are locked away...

    wait till after eid... when u start to eat we will start to feast...

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  45. well done to the scousers.
    no matter how we defend our izzet , the scoreline is what counts.

    liverpool were in no way brilliant , united were just shit on the day.

    the stats tell you that united had just as many chances.

    no matter what tactics our manager used or how many of our players played shit.

    we are united , & we will stick with our manager & players through thick & thin.

    "go" IN SIR ALEX WE TRUST & IN OUR PLAYERS WE TRUST

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  46. in he words of a dumb man named "KOPOUT" , "COME END OF MAY" !!!!

    "go" WINNERS KNOW WHEN TO LOSE

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  47. Swoosh don't be a stupid-saturday had no atmosphere in it-it was a setup to create that false sense of insecurity. I think all u livertwats need to understand that Manchester United are the champions, we are the champions coz answer this question? Who won the 2008/2009 chapions league and premier league-we don't know yet coz it's not over yet so the current champions are Manchester united and not Istanbul flukes!!!!!!! That's what we me Manc's mean Swoosh if you and other livertwats don't understand by "Don't dwell on the past".

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  48. liverpool rules se gat!!!!!! only thing livertwats rules is the way they lose the EPL every season!!! Even with the win on saturday they are still a shite side. They are going to fade away whilst the Manc's peak!!!!! Enjoy the Manc's success you fools coz this has only fuelled the league and the Manc's this time will win it with 3 games to spare!!!!!!

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  49. "GO" to anfield!!!.... wat shit u know when to lose...i guess you plan when to change your network...

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  50. put a name anony mouse !!


    "go" BE A MAN

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  51. Apaprently the cell operators had a new service which no one knew about. If your team lost you werent able to send out an sms. I think vis, Wasim and joe should speak to the various comapnies about this cause it sure was quiet saturday afternoon.

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  52. LIVERTWATS GOT EIDI EARLY THIS YEAR.
    RAMADAAN IS THE MONTH OF GIVING CHARITY.
    UNITED LOVE GIVING CHARITY.

    THE ARC ANGEL

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  53. not as quiet as the blog was since inception !!!

    how many years was it the scousers beat united, 6-7 years.

    "go" SCRATCH YOUR 7 YEAR ITCH WHILE YOU CAN

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  54. Swoosh bhai

    The least you can do is come to my rescue.I know about all the Facebook status and shit but pleeze tell the KOP end what my sms stated after UTD scored?

    Liverpool deseved to win!

    Did Rooney play?????(I aint anti Rooney-I just think he is overated!)

    Azee how was Steyns drop goal?(Classiest I have ever seen!)

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  55. Oh and the way the kop owes are hammering me like I support iether team.

    I was upset coz I got 2 reds in my fantasy team!

    Even though I dont support UTD I have Vidic in my fantasy team YES coz he aint overrated(with the exception of Saturdays game)

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  56. Mini please refrain from commenting or predicting on the Mancs! Keep the curse of Safraaz for Leeds. It is the month of mercy so maybe if Ken Bates asks rally nicely Safraaz will forgive you and lift the curse!

    BTW there will never ever be a classier drop goal than the one Joel kicked over to win us the RWC 95!

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  57. we won the double who give a shit!

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  58. i guess that is the scousers season made! rafa can keep his job for another year! succes is based on the trophies you win not on beating united!
    we got it wrong on the week end and we were bad but a long way to go in the title race!

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  59. Mini--always comment....

    Liverpool..rule!!!! ..

    Manu united are shit...

    and as 4 the anon brother that believes that liverpool won cos united were shit.... united are shit and will always be shit....Sour grapes I think...at least admit your kak team was outplyed and outclassed.....coming from a goal behind against the european and EPL champions shows the class of this liverpool side and what a gr8 achievement it was....admit it or go follow netball buddy!!!!

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  60. And u going to the bridge next.....cmon chelsea...fuck them up sum more......

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  61. Oprah Winfrey to open school for girls in SA
    CELEAN JACOBSON | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Jan 02 2007 08:50

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    United States talk show queen Oprah Winfrey is due to open her long-awaited school on Tuesday -- fulfilling a promise she made to former President Nelson Mandela six years ago and giving more than 150 poor South African girls a chance for a better future.

    Mandela was invited to be among the dignitaries at the opening of the lavish Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in the small town of Henley-on-Klip, south of Johannesburg. He was among string of international celebrities expected to attend -- though the guest list was kept secret.

    Oprah said she decided to build her own school because she was tired of charity from a distance.

    "When I first started making a lot of money, I really became frustrated with the fact that all I did was write cheque after cheque to this or that charity without really feeling like it was a part of me," she said in an interview with Newsweek magazine which went on sale on Monday.

    "At a certain point, you want to feel that connection."

    The $40-million (about R80-million) academy aims to give 152 girls from deprived backgrounds a quality education in a country where schools are struggling to overcome the legacy of apartheid.

    Heightening concerns about declining standards in South Africa's schooling system, the education department said last week that the school leaving matriculation exam pass rate had dropped for the third straight year.

    This year's matriculation class, which started school the same year as multiracial elections in 1994, was dubbed "Madiba's Children" after the clan name for Mandela, who came to power with the onset of democracy.

    Yet two-thirds of the 1Â 667Â 000 children who started school 12 years ago dropped out, and only 5% of the total intake are eligible to go to university.


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    "We know that we still have much to do to guarantee proper education for our children, as well as provide the necessary training for those who need the skills that our society end economy demand," President Thabo Mbeki said in a New Year's message on Monday.

    Many state-funded schools, especially in the sprawling townships that sprang up under white racist rule, are hopelessly overcrowded and lack even basic facilities like books. They are also plagued by gang violence, drugs and a high rate of pregnancy among school girls.

    Top class study and sporting facilities are available, but are largely confined to private schools which are still dominated by the white minority as they are too expensive for many black and mixed race South Africans.

    Winfrey's academy offers a way out for the 152 girls, aged 11-12, who were selected from 3Â 500 applications across the country.

    To qualify, they had to show both academic and leadership potential and have a household income of no more than R5Â 000 ($787) a month. Eventually the academy will accommodate 450 girls.

    Many were interviewed by the celebrity, who was reported to have been moved by visits to some of the girls' homes, a reminder of her own poor beginnings.

    Winfrey, who reportedly threw a lavish New Year's Eve party at the Sun City resort before the opening of her academy, launched the project with Mandela in 2000.

    Built on 21 hectares, the 28-building campus, which was originally to cost $10-million, is said to resemble a luxury hotel more than the rundown schools most of the girls know. It boasts state-of-the-art classrooms, computer and science laboratories, a library and theatre as well a wellness centre.

    "These girls deserve to be surrounded by beauty, and beauty does inspire," Winfrey told Newsweek.

    "I wanted this to be a place of honour for them because these girls have never been treated with kindness. They've never been told they are pretty or have wonderful dimples. I wanted to hear those things as a child." – Sapa-AP

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  62. Oprah Winfrey chooses 'The Road,' by reclusive author Cormac McCarthy
    The Associated PressPublished: March 28, 2007

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    NEW YORK: Before Wednesday, few could have imagined the names "Oprah Winfrey" and "Cormac McCarthy" appearing in the same sentence.

    McCarthy, one of the United States' most revered and press-shy authors — a man only slightly more accessible than J.D. Salinger — will give his first ever television interview, lured by Winfrey, publishing's biggest hit-maker and a media superstar.

    Winfrey announced Wednesday on her TV talk show that McCarthy's "The Road" was her new book club pick.

    "Mr. McCarthy respects her work, admires what she has accomplished, has an awareness of her book club, and thought it would be interesting to participate in the conversation with Oprah," McCarthy's publicist, Paul Bogaards of Alfred A. Knopf, told The Associated Press. "He knew who she was when she called."

    In selecting "The Road," not only will Winfrey meet with an author who, according to Bogaards, has given just two interviews in the past 40 years, but she has taken on a novel with little of the uplifting spirit she often favors.

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    "The Road," published last September by Knopf, is a sparely written story of a father and son trying to survive as they wander through a burned, bare, post-nuclear landscape. Praised almost universally by reviewers, it was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle prize and is considered a leading contender for the Pulitzer Prize.

    "It's unlike anything I've ever chosen as a book club selection before because it's post-apocalyptic. (It is) very unusual for me to select this book, but it's fascinating," Winfrey said on her show.

    McCarthy, 73, is known for novels such as "All the Pretty Horses" and "Blood Meridian," and has been widely cited as an heir to William Faulkner for his biblical prose and rural settings. He has been called too sentimental, but critic Harold Bloom, famous for his discernment, regards McCarthy as one of the greatest living American writers, along with Don DeLillo, Philip Roth and Thomas Pynchon.

    "That shows good taste on her part," Bloom said of Winfrey's choice.

    Winfrey has taken on harsher stories before, such as Elie Wiesel's Holocaust classic, "Night," and, notoriously, James Frey's "A Million Little Pieces," a memoir of addiction and recovery that turned out to be largely fabricated.

    In the coming weeks, the reclusive McCarthy, who did not appear on Wednesday's show and who lives in New Mexico, will conduct his "first television interview ever," Winfrey said.

    "It's a bit of a surprise, but a wonderful surprise," McCarthy's editor, Knopf president Sonny Mehta, told the AP. "This is good news for those of us who have been in the Cormac McCarthy business for a very long time."

    "The Road" is one of McCarthy's most popular books, spending several weeks on numerous best seller lists. According to Nielsen BookScan, which tracks about 70 percent of industry sales, it has sold 138,000 copies in hardcover in the United States. Thanks to Winfrey, that total should increase by hundreds of thousands. A paperback was not planned until September, but Vintage Books, understandably, is publishing one now, with a massive first printing of 950,000 copies.

    "It's going to be a big year for Cormac," said Mehta, noting the planned release later this year of the Coen brothers film, "No Country for Old Men," based on the McCarthy novel of the same name.

    Winfrey's choice also marks the first time in five years that she has picked a work of contemporary fiction. In 2002, she suspended the club for a year and revived it with an emphasis on "classics," such as John Steinbeck's "East of Eden" and Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying." Her pick before McCarthy was Sidney Poitier's memoir, "The Measure of a Man."

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    Associated Press writer Megan Reichgott contributed to this story from Chicago.

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  63. Kate and Gerry McCann in £1million deal to tell all to Oprah Winfrey
    By VANESSA ALLEN
    Last updated at 10:55 26 January 2008


    Comments (67) Add to My Stories
    The parents of Madeleine McCann are in talks to strike a £1million deal with two of America's biggest chat show stars.

    Kate and Gerry McCann are at the centre of a bidding war between Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters.

    Both celebrities are desperate to land an exclusive deal for the couple to talk about their missing daughter. If it goes ahead, it will be the largest publicly-known amount ever paid for a broadcast interview.

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    Oprah Winfrey: Guests on her 'confessional' talk show have included celebrities and presidents, such as Bill Clinton



    Barbara Walters: Tempted out of 'semi-retirement'

    The McCanns, both 39, say they have been forced to consider the bids because their £1.2million Find Madeleine appeal fund is expected to run dry by June.

    But the move, expected to earn them £1million, will horrify those who have already accused them of cashing in since their daughter, then three, vanished from their holiday apartment in Portugal last May.

    The couple's representatives have already met with producers to discuss turning the eight-month investigation into the disappearance into a film and could earn up to another £1million from selling the film and book rights.

    Earlier this month, they faced widespread criticism over their decision to give an interview to glossy society magazine Vanity Fair.

    Last night, their spokesman Clarence Mitchell confirmed that representatives of Mr and Mrs McCann had held talks with producers from both shows, which attract huge audiences in the U.S.

    But he denied they were selling their story to the highest bidder and said money would not be the deciding factor. The couple will appear on the show which can best help to search for Madeleine, he insisted.

    "We have been approached by representatives for both Oprah and Barbara," he added. "They want an exclusive interview with Kate and Gerry.

    "We are discussing it but it doesn't mean we are definitely doing it. Nothing has been agreed."

    Mr Mitchell said the McCanns would only agree to a deal which would widen the search for their daughter.

    The couple, both doctors, also want to campaign for a better Europe-wide alert system for missing children, based on an American model.

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    Spanish TV: Kate and Gerry McCann in front of the cameras last October

    But the prospect of them appearing on a chat show sofa while they remain official suspects in Madeleine's disappearance will enrage their critics.

    Billionaire Miss Winfrey, 53, styles herself as "America's Best Friend" and is considered one of the most influential women in the world. She has made her name from the ever-popular tabloid style soft-focus "confessional" talk show.

    Her interview with fallen pop star Michael Jackson in 1993 was watched by 100million viewers worldwide, making it one of the most watched programmes ever.

    Her 78-year-old rival Miss Walters has offered to come out of semi-retirement to conduct the McCann interview.

    She claims to have interviewed more politicians and stars than any other journalist. Her 1999 interview with President Bill Clinton's alleged lover Monica Lewinsky attracted an audience of 74million viewers.

    A source close to the McCanns said their representatives had spoken most with Miss Walters' producers at ABC News. The friend said: "She is like royalty and has done every major interview, with the presidents and the biggest stars. Her people claim to have the biggest show in the States."

    Mr and Mrs McCann have until now always shunned offers from chat shows, saying they want to be perceived as ordinary parents, not as celebrities.

    The successful bidder for their story could face disappointment about how much they could actually reveal on any chat show.

    As suspects, they are barred by strict Portuguese secrecy laws from discussing any aspect of the case itself, including the events of the night of May 3 when Madeleine vanished from their apartment in Praia da Luz on the Algrave.

    But they have given a handful of interviews since being made suspects, in which they have discussed their feelings about that development and continued to appeal for their daughter's safe return.

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  64. Oprah Winfrey to be in Denver as Barack Obama accepts nomination
    BY PATRICK HUGUENIN
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

    Sunday, August 24th 2008, 7:20 PM


    Richards/Getty

    Oprah Winfrey will be front and center when Barack Obama accepts the nomination of the Democratic Party.

    Barack Obama's famous fans are many, and celebs from Kanye West to George Clooney are slated to stump for the nominee in Denver. But it's Obama's starriest endorser, Oprah Winfrey, who will be front and center.

    Winfrey will be cheering as Obama accepts his party's presidential nomination Thursday, her reps confirm. Though the TV queen has no plans to speak at the Democratic convention, her presence is a sign that she's not going to let the critics of her vocal support stop her.

    Since this time last year, Winfrey has been the highest-profile supporter of the nominee. The 54-year-old talk show host even campaigned for Obama during the Democratic primary, speaking to tens of thousands of supporters at rallies around the country.

    Obama is the first presidential candidate Winfrey has endorsed. In September 2007, she threw him a private fund-raising bash at her 42-acre spread in Montecito, Calif. The party reportedly raised $3 million for the Obama campaign and attracted stars such as Cindy Crawford, Sidney Poitier and Chris Rock.

    In December, Winfrey took her message to the masses, drawing both raves and criticism. Over the course of a weekend, Winfrey held rallies in key states. By the time she had visited South Carolina, Iowa and New Hampshire, she had appeared before some 70,000 supporters, with her rally at a South Carolina football stadium bringing out 30,000 people.

    "For the first time in my life, I feel compelled to stand up and speak for the man who I believe has a new vision for America," Winfrey announced in Iowa.

    For some, Winfrey's tour was considered a golden touch. After all, if her talk show is any indication, Winfrey's endorsement can sell anything from books to bras.

    Critics, however, dubbed the appearances "Oprahpalooza" and accused Winfrey of diverting attention and polarizing the Democratic race. Some felt that she should have supported Hillary Clinton instead of Obama, and commenters on Oprah.com branded Winfrey a "traitor" to her gender.

    Some of the vitriol came from fellow celebs. "She and she alone split the women's vote," comedian Roseanne Barr fumed on her personal blog, "thereby destabilizing the entire party and fracturing it forever along racial and gender lines."

    In an interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC, Winfrey said, "My being in support of Barack Obama is not my being against Hillary Clinton or anyone else. ... My vote for is not a vote against anybody. It's just a vote for."

    By spring 2008, media watchdogs theorized that Winfrey's foray into politics may have even cost her viewers. In 2008, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" reportedly suffered a 7% ratings slide.

    But if Winfrey has decided to step back from the podium, her trip to Denver shows that her support for the candidate remains as strong as ever. When Obama clinched the Democratic nomination, she was nothing short of ecstatic, and told "Entertainment Tonight," "I'm euphoric. I've been doing the happy dance all day."

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  65. Seth

    Stranskys drop was important but Steyns was classier(but I suppose you could argue in the context of the game)

    Ali bla bla

    bla bla wara wara

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  66. we want SWOOSH0018 to comment

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  67. Th mancs were not bad LIVERPOOL were GREAT !!!!!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  68. Hey manc assholes ! Listen to all your comments abd you say we live in the past. One dickhead even had the odesity to write "we won the double who gives a shit" What wonderful supporters you have.

    The results dont lie We FUCKED you up !!!!!( present day!)

    LFC RULES!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD

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  69. You pricks are the type of supporters that only wake up in May!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  70. Cell C network was pretty fine ,in fact Cell C / colours Red like Liverpool so as long as you with us .YOULL NEVER WALK ALONE !

    "GO " The so called better
    connection was F*#%ed j
    just like there team
    "joe" The so called Yebo Yes
    was on the same page with
    "GO " Both support The
    losers !

    Those that support the Reds and
    a true LIVERPOOL supporter i
    Suggest you change your network
    to RED as well cause its the
    network that never leTS U WALK
    ALONE when u need it most !

    KOPOUT KAAP
    Cell C Cavendish

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  71. thats so lame KOPOUT

    "go" touch beckhams ass again

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  72. Mini

    Strankys drop was SA's greatest of all time! Period!

    Jannie's 5 against Eng in 99 was also classier!

    The lighty's drop against the Aussies in the last years tri nations was superb!

    Currie Cup vs WC Final- No Comparison! Don't let your Shark biad cloud your judgement!

    Hey Marty, you remember these heart braking drops against us -

    Guscott, Lions tour '97 to win the second test 18-15 after we scored 3 tries but converted none.

    Larkham, 99 RWC semi, from 40m and the ball fell horribly!

    What about the day Naas kicked the sh*t out of Transvaal in the 89 Currie Cup Final!

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  73. Congrats to Liverpool
    It was deserved
    You played a better game and deserved it
    Enjoy it

    Ebi Kop end

    You have supper with us and now you call us arrogant

    Let me tell you this

    You may see arrogance in me
    but a 2 FACE I will never be

    ARROGANT SCUM BAG

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  74. okay liverpool supporters okay !!!
    liverpool are the best , god made you guys the best.
    1 good game u guys have & now you premiership champions.
    the FA will contact you guys to hand over the premiership trophy.
    u guys deserve it.
    u've beaten the premiership champions as well as the european champions.

    liverpool, you are worthy champions , aaaagh what the hell, why dont we just send the european trophy to you guys as well.

    "go" BE CONSISTENT

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  75. Ay the MANCS are taking a beating.First time on the blog and what a feeling

    You MANCS or Alis always say that we Liverpool guys talk about the past.

    i MET A SMILING Rashid Cassim today. His words were.

    "You only as good as your last game"

    So forget the past MANCS and whether you guys are Champions of Europe bla bla.

    On Saturday teh score was 2-1 to LIVERPOOL.

    Does anyone know where GO was..Couldnt get hold of him. And the Akals were also sad.

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  76. hey swoosh.

    my phone was on all the time boet.

    "go"

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  77. "The go" se gat !!!!

    FUCK OFF MANC SCUM!

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  78. WE BEAT YOUR ENGLISH AND EURO CHAMPS!!!

    YOU GUYS ARE ONLY EURO CHAMPS BECAUSE WE DIDN'T PLAY YOU IN MOSCOW BECAUSE ACCORDING TO THE LAW OF AVERAGES OUR NEXT MEETING WAS TO BE A LIVERPOOL WIN AND IF WE HAD MET IN MOSCOW WE WOULD HAVE WON!!!

    LIKE YOU WHISKEY DRINKING ALKIE MANAGER SAID" WE LOOKED LIKE A CONFERENCE LEAGUE TEAM TODAY"

    WE FUCKED THE SCUM!!!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  79. YOU LIVERPOOL GUYS ARE AMAZING, ONLY IF YOU HERE THE COMMENTS YOU GUYS MAKE LIKE CHILDREN, I KNOW IT MEANS LOT THAT YOU GUYS BEAT US DONT MAKE STUPID COMMENTS LIKE YOU BEAT THE EURO CHAMPIONSYOU GUYS ARE THEBEST AND THAT YOU AS GOOD AS YOUR LAST GAME, ANYWAY VIS YOU RIGHT LIVERPOOL ARE LIKE CELL C - IF YOU LOOK AT ALL THE NETWORKS CELL C ARE THE SHITTEST THEY HAVE THE LOWEST USERS IN THE COUNTRY THEY ONLY SHOWED A SMALL PROFIT LAST YEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THEY LAUNCHED AND PEOPLE ONLY USE CELL C CAUSE THEY GET THE PHONES FOR FREE THEY HAVE NO IDEA IN THE CELL INDUSTRY AND THEY DONT HAVE WIRELESS DATA CAUSE THEY SO USELESS AND HAVE NO DEPTH IN THERE BUISNESS IDEAS AND TECHNOLOGY AND THEY HAVE USELESS AND STUPID SUPPORTERS I AM SURE IT SOUNDS FAMILIAR CAUSE LIVERPOOL ARE THE SAME THEY ONLY WON ONE MAJOR TROPHY IN THE LAST 20 YEARS THEY CANT KEEP UP WITH THE BIGBOYS JUST LIKE CELL C SO I THINK OVERALL YOU ARE THE LOSER PLEASE COMPARE APPLES WITH APPLES AND LEAVE YOUR STUPID COMMENTS OUT AND BY THE WAY CELL C NETWORK IS LIKE LIVERPOOL WE ONLY HEAR FROM U GUYS ONCE IN A WHILE CAUSE YOU GUYS ARE NEVER AVAILABLE AND WE NEVER HEAR FROM YOU GUYS WHEN WE HAVE BEEN BEATING YOU GUYS OVER THE LAST SEVEN YEARS AND WE KEEP ON WINNING TROPHIES WHERE WERE YOU LAST YEASR WHEN WE THRASHED YOU GUYS AND WON THE LEAGUE AND BIG EARS(CHAMPIONS LEAGUE)NEVERHEARD FROM U I AM SURE YOU THE SUBSCRIBER WAS UNAVAILABLE ON YOUR NETWORK WAS UNAVAILABLE OR OFFLINE SO LIKE I SAID WHEN YOU START WINNING LIKE US AND WHEN YOUR SHIT NETWORK COMES CLOSE TOUR 20 MILLION SUBSCRIBERS THEN GIVE ME A PLEASE CALL ME I WILL CALL U BACK CAUSE CELL C AND LIVERPOOL HAVE NO MONEY AND TROPHIES LIKE US MAN UTD AND VODACOM SO CELL SEE U LATER WHEN YOU BECOME THE LEADING CELLULAR NETWORK OR SOCCER TEAM

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  80. Well said Hazrat-the liverpooses can only chat when it's for free-the own goal was for free, take it and enjoy it for a week. By the way, you livertwat supporters are so STUPID!!! Imagine they wand chelsea to beat us this week but they not thinking ahead that if chelsea beat us then it's actually bad for them on the log, but if we beat chelsea they will go top of the log alone IF they win their game. Shame-you need brains to follow a club, not stupid people, that's why livertwats can only talk without seeing the big picture!!!! By the way swoosh, your comments don't matter coz you went against your word abt painting the blog when Mancs won the CL. Keep it up and you will be the moemish on supersport!!!!!!

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  81. Hazrat dont talk shit!

    Please read your supporters comments the whole of last week. Your supporters are retarded,
    We beat you and now you guys can't take it.
    Your own supporters said that they dont worry because they are the Euro champs and being the intellingebt supporters that we are just picked up on that and wanted to rub your facein it.

    The reason why we are performing like this is because all your supporters go on like this and now the result went in our favour so let us have our fun.

    All you scum supporters claim that you will win the league this year so why cant we claim the same?

    We'll just have to wait and see in May who the winners are!

    I just know what your excuse will be next year when we win the title.
    "you're not interested in football now that you're married"

    Remember what you said on sunday "our 7 years badluck is over" Watch out Hazrat we gonna win the LOT!!!!

    Cisse

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  82. BTW Hazrat you only say that Cell C is kak because you have a Vodacom 4U.

    I personally like MTN!!!

    Cisse

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  83. Whats da diff between a piece of shit and a man u supporter? There is no difference. GLORY GLORY LIVERPOOL. chelsea gona beat man u on saturday. Then the pieces of shit gona catch sum more.y? Cos da devils r chained.ha ha wat a joke.united's days are over....

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  84. Da bigest loser isnt man u.its that thing that calls himself 'go' . U should cal uself vomit.

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  85. hazrat, i couldnt agree with you more.

    that b@stard "KOPOUT" should rather port his network to zimbabawe !!!!

    he'll be a trillionaire.

    cisse , you sound just like kopout "COME END OF MAY".

    you guys had 1 good game against united & you claiming the league already.

    you seem to have forgoten how shit your first 3 games of the season were. you guys were nothing above average.

    if united get a draw against chelsea on sunday, they will be in the exact same position as they were last year & guess what , we were compared to samoosas & we won the double.

    to the cake that always states "F@!CK MAN UNITED " , LFC RULEZ"....who gives a shit UNITED WON THE DOUBLE !!!

    & we not talking about the past, cos united are curent premiership champs & curRent european champs , & until that changes , "WHO GIVES A SHIT , UNITED ARE THE CHAMPS" !!!!

    "go" DWELL IN YOUR IGNORANCE

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  86. "go" you are a faggot, and you will continue to butter your mielie... ALL BY YOURSELF.

    you keep telling pool fans to stop dwelling in the past, but let me quote:
    "& we not talking about the past, cos united are curent premiership champs & curRent european champs , & until that changes , "WHO GIVES A SHIT , UNITED ARE THE CHAMPS" !!!!"


    YOU ARE ONLY AS GOOD AS YOUR LAST GAME... LIVERPOOL 2 - 1 United

    Bet your ass burns everytime you read that scoreline.


    ABR

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  87. abr , u dom ding , we still dont know who you support , so until you tell us , "WHO GIVES A SHIT WHAT YOU THINK & WHAT YOU SAY "


    "go" YOU ARE THE WEAKEST LINK , GOODBYE!!

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  88. this is for "go"

    LIVERPOOL 2 - 1 United
    LIVERPOOL 2 - 1 United
    LIVERPOOL 2 - 1 United


    ABR

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  89. ARROGANT SCUM BAG

    Why don’t you read the comments correctly before jumping to conclusions. in my previous post I MENTIONED arrant SCUM BAGS and NOT ARROGANT SCUM BAGS! Go look up the meaning expand your brain and figure out the context in which it was said! might be abit difficult but at least try...
    and leave your name next time anonymous

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  90. I need to 'go' TOILET. Is it a 2 or a 1? That was the score Liverpool beat united by 2-1. wa ha ha!

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  91. Kak 1st 3 games or not-we beat u sore manu gay fuckers..

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  92. When you walk through a storm,
    Hold your head up high,

    And don't be afraid of the dark.

    At the end of a storm,

    There's a golden sky,

    And the sweet silver song of a lark.

    Walk on through the wind,

    Walk on through the rain,

    Though your dreams be tossed and blown,

    Walk on, walk on,

    With hope in your heart,

    And you'll never walk alone,

    You'll never walk alone...

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  93. Ebi Kop end

    My apologies

    We all know how clever you are

    WELL DONE

    ARRANT scum bag

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  94. Ive been an avid reader of the blog since its inception and this has been the first Jihad won by the ABUS. The passion is amazing lol. The MANCS are a reserved bunch.When they won they calmly gloated. But the KOP are punishing the poor MANCS. They are recieving a roasting lol

    Cher Buur

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  95. thanks for the Eiddy Mr Wes Brown

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  96. Cher----

    Its all about IZZET!!!!
    Liverpool have all the IZZET now
    The Mancs have NO IZZET!!!!


    "go" bury your head in the sand

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  97. Cher Buur

    When we beat Liverpool it not such a big beating them. We dont consider them that great

    But Liverpool beating United. Thats big. Thats because we so great

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  98. We al know liverpool vs man u is a huge occasion.big game.1 of da bigest in world soccer. And liverpool won.wa ha ha.izzet is ours.the scousers rule

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  99. Aikona.R u sleeping wena?
    Have u been to FNB sterdium for er a chiefs/pirates derby?

    Eish wena.Beeegist in ther hole werld

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  100. However, Manchester United currently hold the upper hand in the head-to-head record, with 59 wins and 41 draws. Liverpool have won 50 meetings between the sides.

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  101. Sipho learn 2 read. 1 of da biggest ... Duh! Eish! BEE JUST NOT WORKING! I bet u r a man unitd suporter as wel.sorrriii

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  102. Glory, glory Man United, glory glory Man United!!!! We won the double who gives a rats bum abt swoosh and ebi kop and livertwats and their stupid supporters-NOBODY!!!! Coz Man United are the best!!!! We won the double and livertwats won nothing in the past two seasons hahahahahah wahahahahaha!!!!!!!! If your stupid supporters swear so much in Ramadaan they have no Izzet remember that. All the vulgarity is from the livertwats and they have just proved how low and scum they are-swearing in Ramadaan, chi chi chi chi chi!! Put chillies in your mouths!!!! Glory glory Man United!!!!!!!

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  103. how shit was that song the twats sang before the gamE.
    like they choon in durbz n all , YAWL WILL NEVER WALK ALONE N ALL

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  104. However, Manchester United currently hold the upper hand in the head-to-head record, with 59 wins and 41 draws. Liverpool have won 50 meetings between the sides.

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  105. I went to doctors today and told him "I've got a problem, every time I finish masturbating I sing Glory Glory Man United".

    The doctor said, "Don't worry, a lot of wankers sing that".

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  106. I went to doctors today and told him "I've got a problem, every time I finish masturbating I sing Glory Glory Man United".

    The doctor said, "Don't worry, a lot of wankers sing that".

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  109. Exactly "Go"

    That why you guys are shit supporters !

    You live in the past!

    "go" fuck a duck!!!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  110. Hey "go" I know you support the mancs are a bit slow but learn to read properly.

    Read the paragraph above the one where I said "we'll wait till may"(NOT come end of may like you said)

    No one is claiming the trophy just yet but we beat you and we getting under your skin.

    Yes our first 3 games this season were poor and taking that form into the game against the mancs you guys must have thought you're gonna hit us for 6( like your supporters said on this very blog)
    BUT we WON!!! Yes WE WON! LFC not youguys and thats why you guys can't handle it.

    BTW you early games were nothing towrite home about either.You guys can't seem to play without penaltinho. Luck for you the paralympics are over and he should be back soon!!!

    Cisse

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  111. Hey "go" you watched our first 3 games of the season?

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

    BTW"GO" I HAD MY CAKE AND ATE IT TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  112. What good is it that you don't swear in this Holy month but you go to all the malls and drool over women that you only dream of having?


    FUCKING HYPOCRITES!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  113. Liverpool currently hold the upperhand on everything that can be won in football!

    LFC RULEZ!!!

    FUCK MAN UTD!!!!!

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  114. FUCK MAN UTD
    FUCK MAN UTD
    FUCK MAN UTD
    FUCK MAN UTD
    FUCK MAN UTD

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  115. MARSEILLE boss Eric Gerets says Liverpool run forever - just like Duracell bunnies


    YNWA

    LFC 4 EVER!

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  116. I think Fergusons days are coming to an end. We need a new method of play and new modern approach to the game. fair play to pool, you guys outclassed us

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  117. must see

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lRV5rLRc9w

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  118. These livertwats will always be alone at the kop end. They walk on just like johnny walker does-alone. The saying "you will never walk alone" is only to reassure them that after every loss their is another and another and another loss....... can't win trophies these days so they resort to individual games!!!!!!

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  119. Take Saturday, you can easily imagine Ferguson thinking what Rafa is going to do, especially with RAFA being without Steve G and Torres. So, Ferguson thinks fuck it, and goes for the all out attack, a big Mistake!

    Also Fergie assuming we’d play 5 in the middle and 1 up top, goes for the juglar from the off. Yep. Another huge error on his behalf.

    Did Rafa know how Fergie would set out his team?
    Well, obviously I don’t know that for sure. But I think you can safely guess Rafa had a good idea who it would be and how they would play, and therefore he set about to nullify it.
    In my opinion, Rafa out thought Fergie every inch of the way.

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  120. Bewarethe scum are now sponsored by the US Government.

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  121. http://www.chelseafc.com/page/LatestNews/0,,10268~1393663,00.html

    Please read this. How embarrasing! you actually have to create an atmosphere Chelksi

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  122. u could smell rafas fucking sawdust burning. what a fucking clown when they wanted to put to make the substitution, running & waving at the official like a fucking monkey

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  123. Rafa is a clown just like his team

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  124. So fat scouser, for the past 5 years Fergie out thought Rafa then-is that what you are saying? I am so shocked rafa is so dumb. In five years he could only get his team to win once against the best team in Europe!!! How awful. It's a catastrophe fat bastard, i mean fat scouser!!!!!!

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  125. Cisse you guys say every year this is the year and then you guys only finish third and fourth so you say this your year lets wait and see by the way cell c is kak the reasom i bought vodacom 4u is when you buy an investment you look at the best i sure hope you do that lol when you buy a car or sportswear why you buy nike and adidas and not other brands so the same way we are the nike and adidas of cellular and if you like mtn bro thats your choice but i see you still like second best like your team lol and yes next year i will be married cause i am ired of you guys getting me involved when in the last seven years we won and we had been thrashing you guys i never comment on the blog or even call you guys but vis and you were the first to make a comment to me friendship is more important than man utd and liverpool but lot of you guys value your football team more than your lown respect and lives you guys would say and do anything and you dont care thats why i dont make comments on this issue but you guys started so take waht you give any way you guys enjoy your victory i will enjoy my last seven years of victories so please leave me out of this cause you guys get personal and yes i will be married at least i know ill be getting more pleasure that way than from a stupid soccer teams looks like your soccer teams give you more joy than the good things of life.

    this is my last comment all i can say is its not worth it and i ask for maaf cause this is really getting sick with all the mockery swearing and insults, such a shame we cant get so heated up over important issues and most of all it is ramadaan you not supposeto swear or tryto hurt or insult or spoil your next muslim brothers feelings

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