Friends Of Liverpool

Despite a victory in Debrecini, Liverpool fail to progress to the next phase of the Champion’s League for the first time in 7 years.
David Ngog scored the only goal of a poor game on 4 mins to secure only our second win in the group.
However Fiorentina beat Lyon in Italy to go through, as I always thought they would.
So its the Europa League for Liverpool now and we are 6/1 to win it already.
Lets go for it, its silverware and there is TV money and UEFA
monies to come from it.
But the priority is to finish in the top four this season.
It will be tough with Man City, Spurs and Villa all proving to be contenders for that fourth place this season.
If we can steady up the defending, get Aquilani into the team and Torres back for the rest of the season, then I am hopeful we will have a very good second half of the season.
Meanwhile, Ryan Babel ran to The Press today, giving out about Rafa not giving him enough chances in the first team, how he wants to leave in the Transfer Window and how the Liverpool Squad is split into different groups away from match-days.
Ryan Babel, what were you thinking?

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