Friends Of Liverpool

After that soul-destroying to defeat at home to the Gunners which cost me a few quid, we have a chance to return to winning ways against Wigan at Anfield on Wednesday.
What happened to us in the second half today?
We were bossing the game all over the pitch until Glen Johnson put through his own net early in the 2nd half.
Then a cross to Arshavin(scumbag) found Johnson wanting again and we were 2-1 down.
Fair enough, but we had at least half an hour to get a goal back but we never had a shot.
Blame Rafa, if you want, but I don’t.
He sent out his strongest team, brought on Aquilani when we went behind and Ngog came on to try and change things.
Either Arsenal were very good or we were very poor.
I guess its a mixture of both, but I was amazed at the lack of energy and penetration by Liverpool in the second half.
It was like they had accepted they were destined to lose from early on.
That’s not the Liverpool way, never has been, we fight until the end, every match.
As I say, we have a chance to make amends on Wednesday night against Wigan.
We can and we will beat them, all is not lost.

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