WATCH THIS IS ANFIELD TONIGHT ON LFC TV

Friends Of Liverpool

Depressing at work wasn’t it today?
Having to explain to the lads that we didn’t deserve to lose and that we do still have a chance to win the League.

 
I am going to give a free plug to LFC TV now and say to watch ‘This is Anfield’ at 9pm.
Its a good discussion show with John Aldridge in the studio to mull over yesterday’s match and to give us reasons to be cheerful for the rest of the season.

 
Its on Sky 434 and Freeview and its well worth watching.

 
O.K. End of plug, we have got the dreaded International break upon us so its a time to lick our wounds and regroup.
When the players return, they face a ‘Massive week’ as Jamie Carragher said today playing Steve Bruce’s Sunderland who should have beat Utd on Saturday, then its Lyon in the Champions League followed by a run-in with the dreaded Mancs that weekend, tough times ahead!

 
However, in Rafa and his team we trust and we should do fine.

 
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