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    Quote Originally Posted by Reasoner View Post
    Still a fan after today ?
    Lost 3:0 to WBA, but I remain a fan of Liverpool

    Liverpool reached their height under Rafael Benitez and has been struggling to find another good manager. I don't see any positive changes under Rodgers, so this is gonna be another poor season for the Reds.

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    Manchester United

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    Man U here but that poor lose to Everton was just bad 1-0 guess we start the title hunt with a slow start but hey im sure we will finish top 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric0095 View Post
    Technically my 'favorite' team is Vancouver Whitecaps FC. But they don't actually matter... so it'd be between Barce, AC, Inter and Juve.
    Of course they matter...nice 2-0 loss we handed you guys

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    In the grand scheme of the footie world, MLS is irrelevant.

    And ya ya, but this is our sophomore season. There's bigger and better things to come


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    Quote Originally Posted by eric0095 View Post
    In the grand scheme of the footie world, MLS is irrelevant.

    And ya ya, but this is our sophomore season. There's bigger and better things to come
    I feel you there...Seattle is only a couple years old.

    Also, the MLS is irrelevant, Seattle is going to lose Freddy Montero to Europe

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    come on manu securing van persie, not sure how van persie and rooney will match up tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RZoro View Post
    Lost 3:0 to WBA, but I remain a fan of Liverpool

    Liverpool reached their height under Rafael Benitez and has been struggling to find another good manager. I don't see any positive changes under Rodgers, so this is gonna be another poor season for the Reds.
    Ha, glad you aren't a bandwagoner then :P Yeah, I never saw a lot in BR ( outside of 1 season with Swansea) , sure he can prove himself, but eh, not a big fan. Atleast his signing were better then Dalglish...Over 100 million and all of the players turned to dirt. rafa's players atleast stuck fairly well to the team.



    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud_Auron View Post
    come on manu securing van persie, not sure how van persie and rooney will match up tho.
    It'll take time, but when you have 2 world class strikers willing to team up , it shouldn't be impossible.

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    I started watching EPL in 1994. As I recall, during that time Liverpool with Fowler, McManaman and Collymore used to play attacking football to score goals.

    Trophy drought forced them to play solid defensively to keep clean sheet under Houllier, and then Benitez. The strategy worked well in Carling Cup, FA Cup, UEFA Cup and UEFA Champions League, where they can comfortably go into the match as underdog. However, not in Premier League, where they must attack to win against underdogs.

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    Whooo, sunderland just signed fletcher and will get A Johnson soon

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