Friends Of Liverpool

Xavier Mascherano is out of the Champion’s League game tomorrow night against Fiorentina in Italy due to a slight hamstring problem.

However Yossi Benayoun is included in the squad despite suffering a leg injury in the 6-1 mauling of Hull at the weekend.

Squad: Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Skrtel, Insua, Lucas, Kuyt, Gerrard, Torres, Cavalieri, Aurelio, Dossena, Agger, Plessis, Voronin, Kyrgiakos, Babel, Riera, Spearing.

The match kicks off at 7:45 tomorrow evening and we should be hoping for a good result, I mean a win against the Italians.

Meanwhile, the latest on the Middle- East buyout of Gillett’s share of Liverpool seems to have some truth to it as Barry Didato, head of investment at F6 said ”Everything right now is on the table in terms of discussion. The investors are looking at the team’s debt, the current squad and the club’s facilities.”

When asked about a possible future date for the purchase, Didato said ”Within three to four months we’d be able to know.”

So there it is then, we might just be getting the type of cash-rich owners the club badly needs.

My only worry is that that awful man Hicks will mess things up again as he did before when DIC showed renewed interest but he turned them away with his crazy money demands, the fool.

What do you think? Should we welcome Prince Faisel with open arms?

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