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Liverpool’s injury crisis just got a whole lot worse with the news that Steven Gerrard suffered a reccurance of his groin ingury after a training session on Friday morninGod we badly missed him against West Brom on Saturday. Lucus Leiva and Jay Spearing will not win us the League or any other competition this year or next so its time for Kenny and Comolli to look wide and far for new quality players in midfield for our club.
Weather they be the likes of Charlie Adam from Blackpool or some foreign imports, it doesn’t matter, truth is Liverpool have to buy some quality midfielders and wingers for the new season, the current crop just arent good enough.
With Gerrard, Johnson, Kelly, Agger and Aurelio all out injured, its tough times ahead for Liverpool FC.

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