Which Premier League club should you support, here's a simple flow-chart to help you out. This is not exactly LFC related but we could all use a break from the rumor-mongering, I guess. My favorite is the flow-chart that guides you to Newcastle :)
Caption Contest! I figured that you all could come up with some good ones for this! Training pre-Villa match can be found at link below http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/latest-news/pics-reds-get-ready-for-villa
FC Magdeburg Fans showing their club where the goal is. They have gone scoreless in the last 5 matches. If this tactic works I am not above the Kop doing this at Anfield to help our wayward strikers
In case you haven't heard, ol' 'Arry Redknapp is in a bit of a stick with the law in the UK. Apparently he is too incompetent to pay taxes. His excuses during a police interview read as follows: "I have never written a letter in my life." "I am completely and utterly disorganised. I am not going to fiddle taxes, I pay my accountant a fortune to look after me." "I can't work a computer, I don't know what an email is, I can't, I have never sent a fax and I've never even sent a text message." "I have a big problem, I can't write so I don't keep anything. I am the most disorganised person, I am ashamed to say, in the world." "You talk to anybody at the football club. I don't write. I couldn't even fill a team sheet in." Good stuff 'Arry. If they were still putting heads on London Tower, I'm sure yours would be next. I first saw the image on Cartilage Free Captain and it is originally from arseblog.com. Well done.
Look over Charlie Adams' left shoulder. Raheem training with the first team. Perhaps he will get some action against Stoke?
Picture of Argentina national team showing their support for Fernando Caceres after he got shot.
This picture was tweeted by Insua along with this: "Obrigado al Sporting de Lisboa por el esfuerzo hecho y la confianza puesta en mi!!" For those non-Spanish speakers (like myself) here is a rough translation: "Thanks to Sporting Lisbon for the effort and the confidence placed in me!" It seems like the young fullback has made the switch to Portuguese giant Sporting Lisbon. Until the move is announced officially by the clubs, there is no word on whether it is a permanent switch or another loan. Insua leaving Liverpool isn't a surprise. The surprise is that this move came out of no where and was completely under the radar. I had completely forgotten about Insua until his tweet popped up in my feed. Considering that Insua is ony 22, has showed promise, I'd love for this move to be just a loan and to see Insua return to Anfield after gaining more experience in Portugal. Whatever the details, good luck to the young Argentine. It will be good to see him getting first team minutes with a top team. UPDATE: It seems as though the transfer is a permanent move, not just a transfer