ITS A LONG WAIT TIL BURNLEY

Friends Of Liverpool

Saturday 12th of September.
We have to wait until then until Liverpool play their next game in the Premier League.
Yes its the dreaded International break again. A time when teams all over Europe and beyond compete in their groups to qualify for the World Cup in South Africa next summer.
While I love watching major International Championship Finals, I hate the disruption it causes to the Premier League and in particular to Liverpool.
We have not got off to the ideal start, as everybody knows, so for the bulk of the squad to be jetting off all over the place is hardly ideal.
The problems in defence need to be worked on big time, we have conceded far too many goals from corners and free-kicks.
Some in the press have been saying that Jamie Carragher is to blame and that he is past it. I would be Jamie’s biggest fan but he does need to recover his best form, which he will.
Also Lucas in midfield is no Xabi Alonso who is being sorely missed at Anfield.
The great man wanted to leave so we did well to get £30 million for him, where has that money gone Hicks and Gillette?
The team has got off to a slow start this season, nothing more than that, I am sure of it, so I can’t wait until we get back in action on the 12th of September.

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