GERRARD UPBEAT AS DOSSENA LEAVES

Friends Of Liverpool

Steven Gerrard came out in an honest interview yesterday when he said that: “The table never lies, we haven’t been good enough.
We are in this position for a reason and it tells us that we haven’t been good enough and the players have to take responsibility for that.
I still think we can turn the corner.
As Captain, I have got to make sure that happens, we need to put it right on the pitch.”
A lot of Liverpool’s player have been issuing statements this season saying the same thing while their own performances have been well below par.
Stevie G has scored 5 League goals this season, the same as Dirk Kuyt while Fernando Torres leads the way on 12 in an injury-hampered season.
I am confident that Liverpool can up their performances this year, despite a poor start to the season.
We have a lot of quality players in our team and the arrival of Maxi Rodriguez will make a big difference to the team.
Stevie then went on to praise Aquilaini: “The boy is a player, he sees a pass and he can dictate the tempo of a game. I don’t want to tempt fate, but he’s very similar to Xabi.”

Meanwhile, its reported tonight that Napoli have agreed a €5 million fee with Liverpool for
the signing of Italy International, Andre Dossena.
The man has never really figured in Rafa Benitez plans despite scoring good goals against Real Madrid and Man Utd last season.
In World Cup year, the player is anxious to be playing regularly to gain a place in the Italian squad.
Best of luck mate.

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