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Enough Of Miracles For Now

Enough Of Miracles For Now

Dirk Kuyt says Liverpool need a miracle after their 4-4 draw against Arsenal yesterday. Well, the ugliest ever Dutchman is right but I've had enough of miracles thankyouverymuch.

It would be a miracle if United lost two games in a row, they had said but we did it, going down to Liverpool and Fulham. It would be a miracle if Chelsea and Liverpool produced a Champions League duel which is actually watchable - and it turned out to be brilliant...

It's a miracle that yet another Arsenal player scores four at Anfield and a miracle that Liverpool equalised in extra-time and the biggest miracle could have been Fabregas' goal had it not been disallowed.

And, with a little bit of pride, I must say that it's a minor miracle that we won at Porto, considering that no British team have ever done that before. But for tonight I want no miracles: I want United to beat Portsmouth comfortably and take back top spot in the league.

Miracle? No thanks. Unless it means Anderson scoring...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday April 22 2009
Time: 5:11PM

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omg i laughed so hard about the anderson comment....when will that boy ever score....i heard he does it in practice and scores but in matches he bottles it up for some reason but it was a decent game today a good professional win and even without ferdinand we got a clean sheet..... i read how our injury crisis deepened with o'shea and neville out....but i think its a positive...i want to see more rafael, and brown is almost ready....and i don't know if there is any news on fabio....but i think we will be better off...
ibrahiy
23/04/2009 06:08:00
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omg i laughed so hard about the anderson comment....when will that boy ever score....i heard he does it in practice and scores but in matches he bottles it up for some reason but it was a decent game today a good professional win and even without ferdinand we got a clean sheet..... i read how our injury crisis deepened with o'shea and neville out....but i think its a positive...i want to see more rafael, and brown is almost ready....and i don't know if there is any news on fabio....but i think we will be better off...
ibrahiy
23/04/2009 06:08:00
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You can count Chelsea out. Liverpool being Liverpool won't catch up. The title is already yours and it's been that way for a long while now.
RadioactiveD
23/04/2009 14:42:00
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You can count Chelsea out. Liverpool being Liverpool won't catch up. The title is already yours and it's been that way for a long while now.
RadioactiveD
23/04/2009 14:42:00
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well i figured chelsea were out already...with ballack admiting that chelsea's priority is 2nd place before the match......i just hope that we could build on the 3pt advantage and that we get this title wrapped up soon....6 games left i think....so lets hope no more complacancy
ibrahiy
23/04/2009 14:57:00
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well i figured chelsea were out already...with ballack admiting that chelsea's priority is 2nd place before the match......i just hope that we could build on the 3pt advantage and that we get this title wrapped up soon....6 games left i think....so lets hope no more complacancy
ibrahiy
23/04/2009 14:57:00
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