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Liverpool FC: You'll never walk alone!

A liverpool fc story
Started on 22 July 2013 by Seni
Latest Reply on 14 August 2013 by Seni
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2013-07-25 15:16#122796 wellsy1498 : Dirty Stoke another nice twist here and keep up the results 2nd is a great position

Gracias mi amigo :)


We're behind our boss!



Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard, has spoken out about his manager, John Barnes being racially abused and he clearly isn't too happy about it. Gerrard displayed his disgust and hatred for racism in the game.

When the captain was asked if he had heard about the incident he replied:

"Yeah of course I have. Its disgusting really, absolutely disgusting, I can't stand such in football. Why a manager can't celebrate his teams winning goal astonishes me really. Everyone in the squad is behind the boss and we want to help him as much as we can with this case. However we must remember we must focus on the season too. Hopefully the FA takes action to try and eliminate racism from football."

In case you don't know what happened, during Liverpool's fixture against Stoke City, while John Barnes (Liverpool manager), was celebrating his sides goal in the 87th minute, scored by Gerrard, he was racially abused my Stoke fans. Barnes revealed they made monkey chants and also verbally abused him, using the word n*****.

The FA are yet to respond to this situation but Liverpool are hoping they take actions in hope to eliminate racism in football. Liverpool will wear "KICK IT OUT" shirt in their next match to promote the anti-racism campaign.
Dumb ass Stoke fans, when will they learn?
2013-07-25 15:43#122806 Seni :
2013-07-25 15:16#122796 wellsy1498 : Dirty Stoke another nice twist here and keep up the results 2nd is a great position

Gracias mi amigo :)
Spanish....... WTF
2013-07-25 20:44#122898 wellsy1498 :
2013-07-25 15:43#122806 Seni :
2013-07-25 15:16#122796 wellsy1498 : Dirty Stoke another nice twist here and keep up the results 2nd is a great position

Gracias mi amigo :)
Spanish....... WTF

lool
2013-07-25 20:43#122897 Jozef : Dumb ass Stoke fans, when will they learn?

seems they never do!


Stevie G sends out strong message!



Steven Gerrard inspired Liverpool to a 2-0 victory over Hull City at Anfield. The veteran midfielder scored a wonderful brace to round off a fantastic team performance from The Reds, however that wasn't the only talking point.

Each time Gerrard scored, he celebrated but then revealed his undershirt saying "KICK IT OUT". While doing this, he turned 360 degrees so that everyone in the stadium could see his shirt and hopefully get the message he was trying to send out. A very nice touch from him. The fans responded by chanting "Kick racism out, Kick racism out! Its spoiling football, kick racism out". It wasn't only the Liverpool fans chanting, but the Hull City fans too.

Gerrard gave Liverpool the lead in the 2nd minute, with a typical Steven Gerrard goal. The English midfielder picked up the ball from outside the area and just smashed it low and hard, 1-0. Hull struggled to really impress as they were simply outclassed by Liverpool. The Reds were playing at a quick tempo, one-two football, some may say like Barcelona or the Arsenal way.

Eventually, due to the quick tempo Liverpool were playing at, Hull became tired and sloppy and made some rash tackles. At this moment, Barnes decided to thrown on Raheem Sterling, a player blessed with speed and pace. On numerous occasions he ran circles round the Hull defenders and this lead to him being brought down in the box, penalty. Now when Liverpool have penalties there is only one candidate to take, Gerrard. The ref, Howard Webb, gave the ball to Gerrard, he collected it, placed in on the spot...he slowly walked back...he ran up slowly only looking at the ball and not the goalkeeper... he did what Gerrard does best and smashed it into the bottom corner 2-0. Game over.



We managed to get a few words from Gerrard on the team's performance today:

"We played very well today, we were sharp you know nice crisp passing. I'm glad I got two goals and could celebrate the way I did. The crowd today was amazing, not just the Liverpool fans, the Hull fans too. I want to thank them for their response and hopefully they can help me pass the message on."

Its very possible that for each goal Gerrard scores, he celebrates in the same way till action is taking against Stoke City. The FA still haven't responded to the situation and many fans are getting impatient. For more information of this incident, you can get it here on sky sports news.
Great to see Stevie G still leading the club. My favourite Liverpool play tbh :P
2013-07-26 10:54#122997 wellsy1498 : Great to see Stevie G still leading the club. My favourite Liverpool play tbh :P

mine too :p
Stevie G, what an absolute legend :D
Great job with the might Reds! And Steve Gerrard just can't stop scoring at the moment!
Rab & Arvind: He's such a legend Stevie G!
Steven Gerrard is a Don
2013-07-26 14:58#123088 P-KIDDY : Steven Gerrard is a Don

yes he is
Nice Update, Very Detailed and I love the Picture! Never really thought to use that kinda pic for interviews before tbh

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