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Benitez Will Be Surely Staying - That's A Positive

Benitez Will Be Surely Staying - That's A Positive

We all know that Liverpool fans are ready to worship any manager who is half-decent, as they're desperate for any success. However, their American owners are, understandably, unconvinced by Rafa Benitez who still lives on that one-off night in Istanbul.

Saturday's 4-1 win at Old Trafford, combined with the rout of Real Madrid must have convinced them that they simply cannot get rid of Benitez - it would look farcical. It is great news, of course, for any United fan.

Now there are claims that Liverpool's victory shows they cannot be taken lightly as challengers in the next few years. Well, remember Gerard Houllier's Liverpool? What a team that was, winning Premier League titles... oh.

Ged now looks a thing of the past and he's often ridiculed on these shores and it's barely mentioned that his team defeated United FIVE times in a row. What a false dawn that was, spectacular. We had the last laugh, of course, when Diego made the scousers cry and the unraveling of Houllier's revolution began.

Let's hope that the Liverpool board will give Benitez a new contract and that soon they'll see it's only yet another false dawn.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday March 16 2009
Time: 9:08AM

Comments

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nicely said.. scousers are so stupid that doesn't understand that Benitez is only CL cup warrior.. he practises "not to lose rather than win"...they have no winning mentality..
Leonax
16/03/2009 09:17:00
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I hope Rafa signs too but for a different opinion than this article. Rafa will come true as he is given the dosh to buy the same quality of players that Chelsea and Man U. have been able to buy. Then the playing field will be level and may the best team win.
magnumopus
16/03/2009 09:17:00
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I hope Rafa signs too but for a different opinion than this article. Rafa will come true as he is given the dosh to buy the same quality of players that Chelsea and Man U. have been able to buy. Then the playing field will be level and may the best team win.
magnumopus
16/03/2009 09:17:00
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nicely said.. scousers are so stupid that doesn't understand that Benitez is only CL cup warrior.. he practises "not to lose rather than win"...they have no winning mentality..
Leonax
16/03/2009 09:17:00
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We had a winning mentality on Sat. Lucky Rafa is so defensive or it would have been a real rout eh?
KB1
16/03/2009 09:33:00
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We had a winning mentality on Sat. Lucky Rafa is so defensive or it would have been a real rout eh?
KB1
16/03/2009 09:33:00
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Saturday was truly hilarious. Best time I have had in a football ground in a long time....Vidic and Ferdinand found out werent they? Even funnier if you gey Barca in the CL as Messi and co will destroy the two donkeys..... As for Scousers being stupid.....Well at least we are all not from London and Singapore you tool..Where are you from?
5 times
16/03/2009 10:05:00
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Saturday was truly hilarious. Best time I have had in a football ground in a long time....Vidic and Ferdinand found out werent they? Even funnier if you gey Barca in the CL as Messi and co will destroy the two donkeys..... As for Scousers being stupid.....Well at least we are all not from London and Singapore you tool..Where are you from?
5 times
16/03/2009 10:05:00
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All together now after me......Fergie's right, your fans are *****e, Fergie is right, your fans are *****e......We didnt even need to say that Keane said it as well!!
5 times
16/03/2009 10:14:00
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All together now after me......Fergie's right, your fans are *****e, Fergie is right, your fans are *****e......We didnt even need to say that Keane said it as well!!
5 times
16/03/2009 10:14:00
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