DONT CLOSE THE DARWAJOH (DOOR
With Uncle Bhai Gora
UBG has been very busy lately. Finally we have found out why. UBG was in India and he used his Bollywood contacts and is personally directing the new Shrek movie. Here is a sneak preview of SHREK 1V. JALEBI FOR MY PRINCESS
Watch this video. Put on the sound and we cant wait for it to hit the big screens. Well done Uncle Bhai Gora. You deserve a Oscar
FROM THE KOP END
By RED FOR LIFE
Its probably the most chanted slogan in the world and with no exception it echoes through the city of Liverpool. David Moores must be thinking just how did he allow Rick Parry convince him that it was a better choice to sell to the Americans instead of DIC. After 2 years of broken promises about transfers and the "new" stadium fans of LFC can't wait for them fo finally be sold.The Americans can't hold on to the club for much longer and asked Merryl Lynch to find them a buyer but nobody seems interested at their asking price.The Royal Bank of Scotland will not give them another extension beyond July on the 350 Million Pounds that they borrowed to buy the club and every passing day that they can't sell the price goes down. Que Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the man that Parry didn't want to sell to. He has publicly stated that he is no longer interested in LFC but news coming out of Liverpool today clearly state that he is still very much interested and is prepared to bide his time and wait for the right price to buy.There is no doubt that his riches will help propell LFC back to the top. Fans can say over and over again that money doesn't buy success but it does help. Look at what Chelsea achieved in the small space of time since Abromovich took over and Fergie was never denied funds season after season to out spend many teams in Europe and the new found riches at Man City will make them into a top 4 team provided they can get a "big" manager to pull in the stars.Come May, Sheikh Maktoum could be buying the League Champs and who knows what his deep pockets could buy us..........fingers crossed!!!
Whilst watching the Liverpool Pompey game the Torres song was always playing in my mind. Here is the video
THE SHOOBS CORNER
All the way from the UK
Barcelona - The team to beat this season
I’ve just returned from a trip to Barcelona to watch the Catalans earn their money on the holy ground of the Camp Nou. After watching Messi and team mates put on a display of what I can only be defined as football poetry, it has become clearly apparent to me that if any team wishes to be crowned Kings of Europe, the team they would need to beat is Barcelona. I’ve watched 3 of England’s big clubs from the stands this season, Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal and while most of the English media (and readers of this blog) heap praises on these clubs often citing the attractive football being played by the young Gooners and the devastating counter attack United put on display, the honest truth is that both pale in comparison to what the Catalans are producing. Fact is that television does not do justice to players and their skill and abilities and it was for this precise reason I went to Camp Nou … to witness with my own eyes if Barca are as fast and good as they look on the box – they were even better. Messi is simply phenomenal, Iniesta looks like he can keep going forever, Dani Alves was the unsung hero on Sunday night and Eto, was just well himself (and that says a lot). Granted, their opposition on the weekend wasn’t the strongest of teams in La Liga (laying 12th in the table) but the Barca players controlled the game from start to finish and it almost felt as if the 3 points were a mere formality and it was nothing more then a training session for the Catalan giants. I’ve often spoken to people who draw comparisons between Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
They’re both great play makers and are the hottest property in football. They both run at players (and past them) and both do things on the pitch that seem humanly impossible. I love Ronaldo and love the fact that he’s wearing a United jersey and have had the honour and privilege to watch him from close range at a number of games over the last few seasons. He’s always delivered and I’ve always left the stadium in awe of his ability. No matter how the game plays out, you will always be guaranteed of at least 1 minute of pure brilliance in every United game featuring Ronaldo, BUT he is no Messi. Magic is the only way I can explain the devastation that is Lionel Messi, no matter how good you think he is … he’s better !!!
Ronaldo puts on a great show with his fast feet and step overs and Lionel doesn’t … that’s what makes him brilliant; his simple composure and the manner in which he seems to magically run straight thru players as if they weren’t even there. Last night, I left the Camp Nou not feeling in awe, but feeling as if I had just witnessed a miracle. I sincerely wish United come up against Barca in Europe this year, because if we miraculously manager to beat them, I will know without doubt that anything gained after that is well earned. Somehow, beating a team like the current Barcelona as opposed to last seasons Chelsea makes winning a trophy that much more special. Speaking of Chelski … surprise, surprise. Only that gangster Abramovich can manage to make a brilliant manager like Phil Scolari look like a failure. The sacking of Big Phil is naturally dominating the English media circus right now. Scolari has yet to speak to the press in detail but whispers around Stamford Bridge (which have now become public thru Scolari’s agent) is that it was solely Abramovich’s decision to kick him out. The Russian mobster has once again kicked Chelsea in the nuts … you would think someone who managed to make billions in such a short space of time would learn from his mistakes but Abramovich is coming off like man who would rather expand his ego that Chelsea’s trophy cabinet. The Chelsea fans are no help either … post Mourinho, who delivered trophies instantly (which is rare to get from any manager) the fans have been a roller coaster of support to both Mourinhos’ successors.
In his few weeks in charge of Chelsea, Grant heard nothing but chants of “bring back Mourinho” and “you don’t know what you’re doing” from the fans at the Bridge. When Chelsea accidently ended up 2nd in the League and in the CL final he was applauded and then sent on his way. Enter Big Phil and after winning 8 games, there were chants of “better than Mourinho” heard at the Bridge. At the weekend, it was the age old “you don’t know what you’re doing” which I’m fast believing should be Chelsea’s song and should be sung in honour of their crooked owner instead of the next poor soul that takes charge of the grandfathers of the Premiership …
This weeken I put down all the POLICE ACADEMY'S lol. and I just had to put this video of ZED up..The man is a legend
SHOULD SCOLARI HAVE BEEN SACKED.?
I say the man went for nothing. No reason for it. He is in TOP 4, Still in Europe. Must be a personal vendetta!
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